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WEDNESDAY, DISC. 22. 1880.
Bktno.Tohu Smith fiom Newcastle, N
-S S Ansliallu for Snn Fianclseo. nltinnu
Stinr Iwalnnl for Kminl, ill ti p in
Sclir Mima for llonmiica and I.uupii
liochoo HI1ill IIJWII IIMM
For .San rraiieWco. wv ti S Australia,
nci'cinhi'i"J2 Cnhln: 0 A ClmiJln, .1 M
Oat. .Ir, ami wife, Mls Mai y Agiic""
Veldlcd anil Dickson. Stecrajro: J
Adams J Huikc C Shaw, Mr Yates
G W Foster, II Doilnmnd ami wife, A
Jatpilin, wife and ;'. chlhlicn. WStott,
XV Tavores wife and :) childien, Jim
Dolle.v and child, 1) Itose, Mis ,Me
Mullcii, Fietl l'lnth Wsihln, .1 Thomas
and w Ifc, J Zehnnder, .1 and I.. Yankee,
O 'l' Hoyt, A Schmidt. V. V Payne, .J
Halm, I) Can oil and (! Chlnc-i'.
Qer haik Pacific. Oilman
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
Ilk Star of Devon, I.ovell
Ilk Saranae. Shaw
Bk Xellle Mav, Autln
Bktne W II Dlinond, Swift
Bktno Eineka, Meycn
Bktne Wi caller. Schimuci-
Bktne Amelia, Xowhall
Bktne Jlarv Winkclman, Packet
Bktne Ella', Bust
Bgtnc Clans Spreekels, Drew
Haw schr General Seis;el, from Ficneh
frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-110.
Ger bark Ilydia, from Hongkong, duo
December 1-1 ".
German bark lloieules Sehaefor,
sailed from Lhcrpool, October 0th, due
IItiwehoorcrMiilolo, .T B Holland,
from Manlhiki, la Fanning'" Island,
due December li-!!I.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, llollcston, fiom
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Davics & Co.
Biit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept i), due lere .Tan Ifi-ao,
to Sehacfcr & Uo.
Brit bark Lady Lampon, Maiston,
from the Colonies, ilue here in Feb, to
Browcr & Co.
Am bktne S N C.istle, Hubbaul, fiom
Tort Blakely, duo heie Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Toys will he given away to-nionow,
nt Sach'b store. Eveiy customer will
bo entitled to one.
Tun christening of u beautiful
little liabo will take place at St.
Androw'H C.ithedial onOCmns. day.
Mepsks. Wni. O. Iiwin & Co. .ship
ped 3.0G8 bags of sugar by tho S. S.
Australia, and Mc.-rs. Hymun Bios.
Tun ustuhbcrvioes at the Chinches
this evening, with the exception of
St. Andiew's Cathedral owing to ica
aons already given.
Tun only business in tho Police
Court this morning was the dischaigo
of tho eight pii&oncis biought up
labt week fiom Waian.ie.
"Thu Chiist-child and the childicn
of Fort-street Chinch and congiega
tion," will be the subject at the piayer
meeting in that chinch to-night.
At noon to-monow, Mr. Lewis .T.
Levey will sell at his Saleroom,
Bass' Pale Ale, Guinncts' Dublin
Stout and other celebiated biands of
Tun I. I. S. N. Co.'s steanieis have
recently loceived huge letteied signb,
with their lespectivo names on, cou--Bpicuously
put up over tho vUieul
houscs, so that they may bo icadily
1)K. Doinuuj, evangelist, of New
Haven, Conn., who bpoko to an inter
ested audience last Sunday eiening
at tho Lyceum, will conduct tlio
mooting at the same place this even
ing. A coidial invitatiuu is extended
to nil. '
JIvhTio Lodge, No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, will meet at their hull, this
ovening at 7 :H0 o'clock. The special
business of tho meeting will bo tho
nomination of olUeers for tho ensuing
year, anil a full attendanco is theie
foie particuhuly duiicil.
This week many bcIiooI childien
liavo wended their way hoinewaids to
t'io other Islands, to spend a happy
Xmas with their patents, wliilo otheis
. remain in town for tho hiief holiday
term, their paients coming to town
to shiuo tho Xmas festivities with
their dear childien.
tKi'VHiUN rains last night and
muddy htieels to-day. Conbequonco
is, gentlemen wcio seen and heaid to
hold a conveiMition aoiof-s Mer-
chant sticet. liu))Obsible to cross
either Fort, King, Mou'lmut, or any
other hlieet without saciillcing a ten
A jiUMOAii entoitaininont, under
tho lcadeiship of H. K. H. Piincebs
Liliuokalani, will ho given at the
Kaumakapili church on Satin day
ovening, 1- 2.'ilh, at 7 :!!0, tlio juo
ceeds of which will ho for the benefit
of the Second Division of tho Liliu
okalani Educational Association
Tin: public geneially and tho
ladies in particular notbeing satiated
. with evening iambics to Queon
sticet, the active lopieM'ululivo of
Mcssis. E. P. Adams it Co. will pre
side at another auction lo-nionow
. evening, at saleroom, and at tho
usual hour. Next month tho genial
James will havo other mattcis to at
tend to, of a sweeter clnuacter than
THE VEATHCR AND ITS EFFECTS.
This morning a Dau.y Buxu:tin
reporter said lliu rain last night was
refreshing, and matlo nn item to
that effect. This afternoon he came
into the olllco drenched, having been
zealously fullllling the duties of his
profession. (Jn this latter occasion
n brother scribe niailo an item out of
him and this is it. "Fine wo.itlioi for
A CARRIiGE'foR "SAMOA
The Hawaiian Caniage Manufac
tory t,old to His Majesty, ycstoulay,
a handsome SOOO carriage, to be
sent lo Samoa. The cairiage, an
elaborate piece ol woikniansliip. is
ti ci edit to thu faetoiy. It is artis
tically painted, comfortably cushion
ed, splendidly designed, and orna
mental in the extreme. The com
pany will shortly turn out a new
dray for Iluslacc & Uobertson, and
one for II. F. llcbbaul.
THE "DAILY DULLETIH" HANSARD.
Tlio only full and complete report
of the Legislative Proceedings of
the Session 1880, is the Daily Uui.-i.i:tin-
Hansard. It is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
has been highly complimented for
the success of his undertakings. A
few copies left, which are to be had
at J. II. Sopor's Nows Agency,
Merchant street; T. G. Tin inn's, or
at the Daily Uui.i.inx Ollice, Queen
street. Price Sil.00 each.
Two "MablcMoriison" wax-roses
were plucked from the garden of
Mr. F. Macfarlane this morning, and
placed on view at Bishop & Co.'s.
These loses were laige and pure
white. They greatly resembled
waxandwcie odorless. "Wax loses
grow on unsightly bushes, Mr. Mac
failanc says, and bloom about twice
a 3'car. The (lower which is sup
ported by a huge stem for a lose,
turns to a purplish color as it grows
old. The ilowcrs seen at the bank
were the second ones that Mr. Mac
failanc was successful in raising.
They aie pretty to look at, but pcr
l'mnclcss. MRS. GEO. WALLACE'S ACADE
MIC SCHOOL FOU GIRLS.
The Academic school for Girls,
Mrs. Geo. Wallace, preceptress,
closed upon Fiiday, Dec. 17th, for
the Christmas holidays. Tho next
term jill begin upon Monday,
January 3d. This school offers tn'e
best advantages to the lcsidents of
the Hawaiian Islands for (ho educa
tion of their daughters. The couise
of study from the primary tluough
the collegiate course is full and
thoroughly taught. French and La
tin arc taught without extra charge.
No effort is spaied to lender the
school select and worthy of confi
dence. . Reference is made to many
prominent icsidents of Honolulu
who have had daughters in the
AN ATTEMPT ON THE TEMPLE OF
When Mr. Ehrlich, of the Temple
of Fnsliinn. nnnin tn his nlnpn iif
. . .. .J ...w ...ww .,.
business, this morning, he found
that somebody had been tampering
with the locks of both doors, and he
was unable to operate either of
them with their respective keys. An
examination discovered something
bright and shining inside tho locks.
It was taken out with a little difli
culty, and found to lie bioken knife
blades. In one lock Were two pieces,
and in the other one. They were
perfectly new, and apparently had
never been used. Everything in the
stoio was in the condition left on
the previous evening. Whether the
object was to manipulate the lock,
and effect an entrance for purposes
of plunder, or whether malicious
mischief was the object of the mis
cicaut, are unanswered questions.
DEPARTURE oToTsT sT AUSTRALIA
The departure of the O. S., S.
Australia this noon for San Fran
cisco was not largely attended on
account of the inclemency of the
weather, and the muddy condition
of the loads. Tlio passenger list
was small live cabin, and thirty
nine steerage. Neither was the cargo
laige on account of there being no
sugar. It consisted of a vaiioty of
island products valued at S 15,
'105. U8. The (lower venders on the
wliarl sold but few leis, and the
vessel's departure- would havo been
gloomy if llorger and his boys had
not been there to enliven the bcene.
The vessel glided into the stream
wliilo handkei chiefs on the wharf
waved Aloha to C'apt. Houdlett and
Nearly a month ago the barkentino
Geo. C. Perkins biouglit to Hono
lulu, for Mr. J, II, Congdon, of San
Francisco, a deck load of hogs.
Dining tho passage- down sonio -10
odd of tho hogs were smothered to
death by an accident on the vessel.
The hogs were consigned to Mc
Clicsney & Son who, by request of
Mr. Congdon, declined paying tlio
freight bill (000) untiUtho death
of tho 10 hogs was nfaifo good.
McChcbiioy & Son uIIumI 81f0,
which tho agents of the Perkins re
fused to pay. A suit was brought
by tho agents of the Perkins against
J. II. Congdon for $000. Mr.
Congdon having received news of
IiiK wife's illness prepared to depart
by the S. S. Australia this noon.
Ho left his affairs in tlio hands of
McChi'sney & Son, and would have
given bonds if they had been asked
lor, As tho steamer was about to
Jeavo tho wharf OJllcer Fehlbchr ar-
ro9tod Congdon and brought him
ashore. Although all of Congdon's
personal effects wcro aboard the
steamer, no attempts wcro niado to
get them off. A crowd of people
galheiod about the prisoner, who
quietly submitted to the arrest.
"Tho following stupidly nonsensi
cal question has been sent to tins
olllco for a reply, and as it is entire
ly out of the lino of our tastes, it is
heie passed on to tho public:
If Gynbcigdriukenslcin should
chase Xosbig up a Brown Hill,
coveicd "with Mist; then Into a
Wntcrhouso lo Pierce his Unit in
Savage Love, with the Spear of a
King Fisher; catching the Luce
blood in ji Hoin, until it was Fuller
than a Seal ; dragging the remains
for miles, iiito a West Laino ; then
into a Hall of a Castle, to Hammer
Poor Nosbig's head against a Bar
ber's Howe of Nicoll "White Sachs,
tossing a limb into a Hopper of
sell, calling a Black Smith and a
Taylor, who rose on that Winter
night, to Foster tho i cumins that
they .May Hewitt to pieces, and
Xott Lack for food to Cooke with
Graham bread, sending for u young
Schuinan of Low statin c, a Singer
of repute, and a Miller from South
wick, asking them Howe to Tuck a
Valentine in the neck of a "Wolf,
more Wilder than the Lyons of the
Parke, would the bottom of Kilauea
fall out or would Punchbowl indig
nantly Hare up?
Xo. I) Nnw Si:uii:s.
The lliiid number of the new
series of our Bi-monthly Summary,
is now out. It contains -10 columns
of piucly local and original matter
relating to thu 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 sendto one's
fiiends abroad. The outgoing mail
is duo here on the 17th instant from
Australia, and will leave for San
Francisco the same day. The Sum
mary can be be had at the Daily
Bullltik ollice and at J. II. Sopor's
News Agency. Price 10 cents per
ACCIDENT TO THE ROYAL YACHT
The Royal yacht Osborne, which
lecently conveped the Duchess of
Edinburgh from Marseilles to Malta,
arrived !it Poitmouth, after a very
lough and trying passage. She en
countered such terrific weather in
the Bay of Biscay that her paddle
wheels were seriously damaged, and
the essel had to lay to for four
hours lo clear away the bioken
(loats. A similar accident befell
that vessel in the English Channel,
and she was again compelled to lay
to in a heavy sea so clear away
wreckage. Home Xcws.
LIGHTING RAILWAY TRAINS.
Electric lights have been used for
three months past in a dining-car
l mining between Paris and Brussels.
Tlie electricity is supplied from the
constant batteries of Desruelles.
Forty-five of these in (ifteeir boxes,
weighing neaily 1-lOOlb., aic attached
under the car. They aro said to
affoid light for seventy hours to
twenty-one lamps with 100 aggregate
caudle power. The light is very
steady for the first twenty hours,
and then begins to grow weaker. It
is slated that to supply tlio same
light fiom an accumulator nearly
twice the weight would have to lie
cairicd. Home News.
. J U
iVTO CHRISTMAS DINNER will
JLI Iiij i nini lulu williout a box ot Ciyi
lul Soda Woiks Celebrated
L,EMOX SOIA. 15
QETS of Jubilee Pliouriphs, cm.
O briiclng all tho iiomblu scents of
thu fiiivhlui, can ho obtained at Wil.
liams Photographic Gallery. 1(1
MCCARTHY has nimo'La Novodud."
CIHRISTMAS and New Year Cards,
' all new mid of the eiy latcit de
signs, having been carefully sclu'ttd by
on) Mr. T. .1. ICint;, who luii jui-t ic
tin nuil from l.o (Joust. Cull tarly at
KIiil' ISris.- A.tStii e. SO
1)K. Plint'h HriAitT RiiMnnv is a
Specific for all fouus of Heart l)is
oau and alho for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciioultiaon. Detciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. 351
Pa'mios'ixi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigais of-J. W, llingloy, Cigar
Manufactuier, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, whom bo is propaieil to nil all
oidciH at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Inland oideis solicited
and piomptly lilled, Tlio attention
of dealers is li'spoclfully invited to
tho fact "no license is lequiied" to
sell these cigars. Do not foigettho
iiaiiio .1. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Ciystal Soda Wtukb, Hotel sticot.
7XOLIS'I OH GKKUAN NUltSK
li (Jin. Apply at Isuii.i.TiN Okhoi:
HAVING t-rinrcd Hie services of
MH..J.M. OAT, Kdicral pur.
rliusliiK iifjt'at m 'hoi rnuioitfco, I sWdl
jn future ho preimnd to 1111 all orders hi
our liuopntiiciilarly, orauy specl'il or.
dm, v.llli tlio imiiiuw'u thnt Mr. O.u'i
peiBOiiul attention will bo ghuu in the
selection aud puichasu of all ailklm
ordcied. (08) J.H.SOPJSH,
And Only Pniclicjil Ornainuntei' in tho 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 Christinas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
COKNTTCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Jionhons in largo variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in HOPN'S well
known style which defies imitation. .
Or 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
1 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 MADEi IGEI CREAM.
At S.'J.OO for one, and S.r.00 for two Gallons. Made from liich Egg
Custard, It is made from Wooillawyi Dairy Cream; guaranteed to lie
made without Starch or (Tclatine, aiuNacknowlcdged to bu the Uichcst,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specialty exactly, but are made now as before of superior quality
and richness of flavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and' Ice Cream
Between Eort & Nuuanu.
"We have received during the last few weeks ninry-three
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. It has taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. "Wo are now pre
pared to have the public inspect this newstocbof Novelties.
AVe carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
tho United States, and wo unhesitatingly claim this to bo
the largest, iinest 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 thu former
CALL AND BE CONVBNCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
tions :. "
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artofyp.cs,
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,
Bron.e "Frames, Ebony Brackets,
Medallion Photographs, Autograph Albums,
Holiday Souvenirs, Graphoscopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, "Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christ nuts Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent importains
of all of tho latest styles in Oak, Bronze, (Jilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which wo aro prepared lo
inako frames to order on short notice, at tho lowest possi
' KING BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotol & Union Streets. OPEfitf EVEfiSSGS.
in Candy Facf y.
& Bread Bakery.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Both Tcleohoncs No 74-
contain a Complete Assortment
Giofhing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, etc., etc,
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
.1UST HKUE1VED, TIIK VINES'!' LINES OV
II ATS, (JAPS, ETC , ETC.
latest Styles :nul Novelties in NeclcAvsive.
Also, by lcpeuttd ami special requcM, a tninll nnoicc of 11m linctt linnd.madc,
Obtninablti In I ho
"" Xow bave on band a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
JndiuHng I.ailie,s' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy &oods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have albo replenished their
J$rX,OOB: OF "J?'TJDRTS,'IrJ?TJK,DB
In all lined. Latebt StyleB Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
V. IIOHN, Practical Confcclioner,
l'aatry Cook and linker.
71 Hotel St. <Sr T'leihonu7l
WEMER & CO.
NO. 03 XOirX' kS"J?llX3J2,X'.
Constantly on bund a lurgu assortment
of overy debellation of Jewelry, Watches,
Gobi ami Silver l'luted Wine, i&c.
Wolfe 6l Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
OTind U'J Hold street,
Ficsh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
I, t). ilox 1SJ0, Hell Telcbouo No.
:iin Mutual Telephone No. 1'J I.
The White Mouse,
.'. J IS Nmiiinu Hti'ixti,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Vuniily Hotel; Teuns Itoison
.ihlu; VXb dti&H Aaominoiiiitloi.
M. . B.VNi)BRS, Proprietor.
Ion to' Ennui
Will bo open every nltcrncen and even.
iiJK at follows:
31 on tiny, Tui-Hiliiy, AVoilnohitny nud
To the public in general.
For Indies nuil jrcnllemeu.
For ladicp, eenllcnun and children.
Lctsons In Fancy S!;ntlng.
Friday anil hntuiday Kvcnings.
WIU.IAM WALL, Manager.
TIIOSK YKHY dfsira.
bio prenihcs No. 105 Xmiaim
Atnl" Drte'llnir eont-itiu
8 iDoiiis; uio f'" einini iniilrrall; kl'.ch
en, piniry, b.itiirconi and tcrvunt's .ocm
nitachtd, cairbmo house, ctalilc, fowl
Uoiibu; all eonvi.iitntl.v uuunutd; (pjiet
l.c.ltlii"'i! lieii..iij uunt croundti, frult
trocj. Tea nilnulo' wU from Post
Olllco. Kumiiiu nd'olulnu nrcinlfca of
p5 tJ v!1
vj. mat i ioj-)?'
iiitXllS'J&mtMi'A HViJftMetltflM,.:.., - ? -' -.e&'..!iL.3UMf. .,y.M r fywMrHitin;i
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