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T-mrniTTtrnT riVi1 iivrraratsnny,.trmiTW'Mre.tf.r.fpa
Corner of Fort
May be seen one of the most
Elaborate Displays of
Etc., ever brought to view
in this City.
And a choice aisoitmcnt of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Just received ox "Zialnndia," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Having now passed into Hie hands
of responsible parties is prepaicd .it
shoit notice to do all Washing iu a Su
perior Manner. A comiJcr.tble
has been made from the scale
former rates, and
f, Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
& Who -will favor the Establishment
i? with a trial. LO
I HDSTAGE k ROBERTSON
LL ordcis for Cartage promptly at
x. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
m quantities to suit at lowest pi Ices.
Ollioo, adjoining E. I'. Adams & Co.'s
9!?2 ly MniiiM T luphonu No. 19.
JI. M. 1I1NSO.N.
(i w smith.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
113 &11U Fort Street, - - Howlulu.
Depot for Ilocrlcko Iz fc'olu eric's
Rlck'eeker'a Perfumes mid Toilet
" TO LET,
THE well known Old Corner
I'reiuJsew. Apply at tho HEA
VER SALOON. 07 tf
and Hotel Sts
Inter-Island $. I. Co.,
Tlie Best Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kiiauea
The new and -taunch
Steamer W. G. Hail
Leave" Honolulu nl 10 o'clock a.m. on
mi DAY, December 17th.
The steamei asses along tho entile
toast of ilic lyevwird side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing sccnci;, and will slop at KeulalvC
knu Bay, wlieic mllicient time is allow
ed to visit Hie Monument of Captain
Touiistsby this ionic reach Fnnaluu
at fi o'clock on the da' nftcr leauig
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists v 111 be conveyed
by railroad to Pallida, thence by Stage
coach to Half.vmy House, whole hoises
unu guides win ic in attendance to con
vey them to thu Volcano.
Tourists will have to nights and one
whole day at thu Yolcano House.
Tickets for tile round trip, $50, wh'oh
includes all expenses.
Apply to IUHKY AltMlTAGE,
Agent, at 'Williams' Photoginph Gallery,
Port sin ct, or at the olllcu of tho 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. .l',0 Cm
.r. hopp -sc co.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers anil Impoiters of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Halls or l'nitles in smull or huge
bill quant itlec ly.
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Go,)
Dealers hi all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
Land at tho Gazctc lilock; Jtcichunt
(ST The English Admiralty Charts
always on hiiild. 1 hy
Tho Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for solo
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
-us Bar Iron. iy
Ulu gttUjj guUd'an.
WEDNESDAY. DKC. 22, 188G.
POLICE COURT NEWS,
'IVmday, Dec. 21st.
Drunkenness. Kinio and J. lUoran,
AssuulC and battery, prolan,
costs, SI5.20 and liard labor lfi days ;
Moses Pala, $!.20.
Distiiiliing the quid of the night.
Kaawaloa, lcpiitnaniloil and dis
charged. The eight Wnianao men were re
iimndcd for jttdginent until to-mor-tow.
Monday, Dee. 'JOtli.
Chung Yung Leung vs. Hew
Cliuli. Assumpsit for 00. Judg
ment for plaintiff. Inlet esl, com
mission and coals, 55 18.00 added.
.1. Porch a vs. A. 1 C'ulvao, con
tinued to Hie L'llnl. .
John Pcnos vs. Ivena (w.). As
sumpsit for SGO. Continued 1,V
consent, until moved on.
V. S. Luce vs. K. L. Parker. As
sumpsit for 822' and an est. Judg
ment for plaintiff. Commission and
costs, $10.0.") added.
Davis & "Wilder vs. E. L. Parker.
Assumpsit for S'M.OS. Judgment
for plaintiff. Commission and costs
Seven additional cases aic hooked,
and continued to futuie dates.
HORSES FROM THE COLONIES.
Fotwithstauding the very pioba
blc prospect of obtaining horses
from the Colonies, and mote espe
cially from Canada, as a means of
teplenishing our dwindling home
stock, thcic are still many impoi taut
icasons why the tenant-farmers of
this country should tin n their atten
tion to hoisc-hreeding. Without
some special encouragement and a
distinct uiulerstaiuling that the
venture would pay, farmers might
well refuse to enter upon an cnter
piisc of doubtful luciativencss. But
now that the dilllculty of obtaining
stout and serviceable horses for the
hunting lield or for the military ser
vice is notorious, the In ceding of
such horses in these islands, if pro
perly entered upon, should revive
the "horse-biecding industiy,, which
has lately fallen into such disfavour.
The troopers lately brought from
Canada by Colonel Eavenhill aver
aged a very high price ; and it is
believed that horses of the same
stamp can be bought cheaper at
home. It has been wisely suggested
that England, Scotland, and Ireland
should have the same chance as
Canada by sending two competent
officers to make a tour tluough the
bleeding clistticts of the United
Kingdom. This would encourage
tenant-fanners to bleed at home,
and would induce thein to pay for
the use of huge shapely and high
mettlcd mates to be mated with
with thoroughbred stallions. It is
only by the production of high-class
hoises that the farmer will secure
profit to himself and satisfaction to
his customers The day has not yet
armed when we can depend on laigc
importations of horses from Canada
and the Colonies. Home News.
BEACH! AND HAUL AN .
Reach and Haitian had not ai rived
at any understanding as to a race
for the championship on the 10th
November, though both men have
plenty of friend? who arc prepared
to stake money and' to bet on them.
Should Beach retire, which is much
disputed, Haitian's right to call him
self the champion sculler will be con
tested by Gauduur, who is aheady
engaged to nice the Canadian next
'year. No one can form an estimate
of Transatlantic racing unless he
sees it himself. As legards what
could be judged of the Australian
and American performances in Eng
land, the undoubted impicssion is
that Gaudaur is the best of those who
opposed Beach. In America, too, it
is beginning to be believed that
llanlan's supeiiority to either
Tccmer or Gaudaur "is open to dis
pute. Since his arrival in England
the ex-champion has not done milch,
and in the late double-sculling ic
gatta he did jiot take pait. The
public, however, were attracted in
great numbers to the professional
foui-oaieu lace, tho . contending
ciews being made up of the eight
best men in England at the piescnt
lime. After an cclim; racp on the
Thames courso from Battersea
Chinch to Hammersmith, llanlan's
ctew won.--f Home News.
N EVS Fap'eIT ED IT0BSI N "LlMQO.
The editors of ho less than four
well-known St. Petersbtug news
paper have been committed to
prison. Tho editor pi tho Arovoe
Vremyu has been sentenced to
tlueo months' imprisonment for a
libel on a Tutkish subjCcl, an hotel
comiuissionaiie in Vienna; the editor
of the Novosti is condemned to the
same punishment for defaming the
character ot certain diiectors of tho
Kazan-Kozlolf Railway; and the
editors of tho S7. lcte'mbunj Arews
and tho Art Jlcvkio have' respec
tively to pay 100 loublcs line and to
undeigo a foitnight's arrest at the
guaid-house, for descanting upon
tho sumo theme as that chosen by
the Novosti. Homo News.
JUBILEE MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK.
A movement has been started
among the English and Canadian
residents in New Yoilc for the cele
bration of tho Queen's Jubilee ou
the 281U of June jioxtycnr. Mem-
bors of tho Canadian Club, tho Soub
of St. George, tho Ucnovolonl So
ciety, the St. Andrew's Society, and
tho St. George's Society have been
deputed to select a comtnitleo of
twelve to carry out tho project. C-nc
of the suggestions made is that a
colossal statue of Queen Victoria, a
bundled feet higher than M. Uart
holdi's Statue of Libcity, should bo
erected some miles nearer the en
trance to the harbor. An elevated
spot near Port Wadsworth has been
suggested as a suitablo site for the
memorial. Home News.
TESTS OF HONESTY.
V. Eaton of the Boston Globe,
has been making experiments upon
human honesty with a dozen cotton
umbrellas. lie had a nickel plate
put on the handle of each, engraved
as follows: "Properly of the Bos
ton Globe. Please return" ; and
then at ranged so as to loan the um
brellas, during a sloim, first to a
do.en woiking women, and then,
again, to a dozen men the lnltcr of
all classes. Fiom the women the
umbrellas all came back within a
week. From the men, at the end
of a month, only one had come
back ; and that had been stolen by
a personal ftiend from the rack of a
church festival. The late William
E. Dodge w as persuaded one day to
make an experiment of a kindred
character with ten $10 bills, lie
had his Secretary write to him ten
short business letteis, each remitt
ing 10. The money was duly in
closed in each, and they were drop
ped pail in the Produce Exchange,
part in the Gold Exchange and part
on "Wall and Broad streets. Out of
the whole leu letters three came
back to him. Cincinnati Enquirer.
REMEDY FOR TIRED EYES.
People speak about their eyes be
ing tired, meaning that the ictina,
or seeing portion of the eye, is
fatigued, but such is not the case,
as tho retina hardly ever gets tired.
The fatigue is in the inner and outer
muscles attached to the eyeball and
the muscle of accommodation, which
surrounds the lens of the eye. When
a near object is to be looked at this
muscle tclaxcs and allows the lens
to thicken, increasing its refractive
power. The inner and outer muscles
are used in covering the eye on the
object to be looked at, the inner one
being especially used when a near
object is looked at. It is in tlm
three muscles mentioned that the'
fatigue is felt, and tclief is secured
temporarily by closing the eyes or
ga,ing at far-distant objects. The
usual indication of strain is a red
ness of.the inn of the eyelid," be
tokening a congested state of the
inner surface, accompanied with
some pain. Sometimes this weari
ness indicates the need of glasses
lightly adapted to the person, and
in other cases the true lcmcdy is to
massage the eye and its surround
ings as far as may be with the hand
wet in cold water. Ex.
40 Columns Or
IO Cents per Copy.
S2.00 per Annum.
To he had at J. H. SOPER'S,
tho BULLETIN OFFICE and
from the News Carriers.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakea HtvcelM.
Opeifeveiy Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at tho pieseut
time of oer l'!e Thousand Volumes.
Tho llendhix Itoom is supplied with
about llfty of the leading ncwspapeis
A J 'iu lor is piovlded for conversation
Tonus of mcmlici ship, llfty cents a
month, payahlo ijumtcily In advance,
No foimallty lemihcd in joining except
signing thu loll.
.Strangeis fiom foielgn countries and
vlsltoisfi oi)i tho other islands mo wel
come to the looms at all times as guests,
Tills Association having no lcgular
means of summit except the dues of
mcmhcis, it is expected that lcsldcntb
of Honolulu who deslio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all -who feel
an interest In maintaining ait institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become lobular conlributois.
S. H. DOLi:, Piesident,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
J I. A. rAHMELEE, Seeictuiy,
O. T. HODGEHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall aud Llluaiy Committee.
JOHN I0TT, Id. 8 Kaalmmanu Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
093 SHEET IRON W-ORK
(Foimcily with Simucl Noll).
Importer and Denier in
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWAltE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
J3" Stoic formerly occupied by S. NO'JT, opposito Spreckcls . Co.'s Rank. -"a
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'tL
(Successors io Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noit.)
Now Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From the very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Stoclc ol G5-ool in Every IAue.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 05
King Street, uetween Fort and Alakea (Streets,
Just received per Australin,
Cape Cranberries, Fresh Apples, Almonds. Walnuv, Pecans, Brazil Nut, Filberts
Figs Dilep, Table Itaisins, Curianls, Boston Btown Bread, Lemon, Citron and
Outage Peel; Imperial Plums in glass. Olives, Prune-', Wilburs Cocoatinn, Instan
taneous Chocolate, Cuiried Oysters, Plum Pudding, Mince Meat, Cakes and Ciack
eis, Soloon Bread, Medium Bread, Oysterp, Sardines, Bird Seed, Liquid llenuct,
Extract;, Hose Watei, etc, etc.
All tit L.o'vveMt XKtvLeM and SJitiwi'aetion Giiax-txiiteetl.
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. Htf
E. MclNTYRE &. BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALEHS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COHNEK FORT AND KING STREETS. "
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Slates and Europe
Frcsh Calilornia Pioduccby ceiy Steamer. All ordcis faithfully attended to.
and Goods dclivettd to nny part ol the city free of cliarce. Island orders foli.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145. Telephone No. 93. 108 ly
Telephone 240. . P. O. Box 297,
LEWIS & CO.,
Importers and llualci'H in
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
A nice assortment of Crosse &BIackwell's and J. T. Morton's English Groceries
always on hand. Also, a full lino of the leading American brands of
,- CAN3SED GOODS
Fresh GooJs of the "Season on ICE received hy every bteamer of the Oceanic
S. S. Co.'s line.
Crystal Sofla Io
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Bodn, Lemonade, Bnifaparilln
Fruit Byrups and Essences aud
mado from the puro Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to ho the ban.
tf We also Invito parties intending
stinting ktores tor tho sulo of iced
drinks and wishing fouutaiu supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tlie.Crystal Soda Works,
P.O. Box '137, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
Now Photograph llooms.
OVER "Nlchol'a r-toro, Fort street,
next tho Shooting Gallery, Pio.
turcs, Portraits and views. First class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
9 V SWt
Dn. 13. O. West's Nnnva and DnAiu Treat-
tIEXT, a unrnntccu Bpoclno fur Jljutorin, Dlzzi.
noes, (3onuUlon3. 1'itfl, Nervous Nouriiluin,
lloadncho.Norvoua Prostration, causoil by tliouso
ot alcohol or tolmcco, WnkofulucBS, Mcntnl l)o
jircjslou, BoftonliiRof tho Drain, rosultmu in in
winity and londinc to iniecry, dcruy und deuth;
l'roimituro Old Aro, llarronucss, Loss ot l'onor
in oithor box. Involuntary Losuoa and Hponnntor
thocu, caused hyovor-oxortlon ot tho brain, nelf
ubiiBo, or iivor-lnduleonco. Kach box contiiinu
ono month's treatment. $1.00 n box, r eix boxes
for S3.W, Bon t by mull prepaid on recoipt ot prico.
1VI3 GUAKAXTI3IS HIX KOXI3S
To euro nny caso. With onchordor received by in
for nix boxoe, uocompanlod with 85.00, wo will
Bond tho purchoHor our written euarunteoto re
fund tho money it tho trtntmont does nut effect
u euro. Q uuruutoos issuod only by
ISuoi-.xiei'jait ite co.
7nwillT-irlh-iborrcwtrd forinr iof Urer CompUlct1
cftas&t cur Willi Wcit'f VrscttlU Urer I Ullt vUn lb dlrrc
tlooitr (Irlnly complied with. Tlcyr purvly vcgcUlle, q1
fverUW to civ lEtltJutlon, Bujir Ccittl. Largo Lom.coa
tftlQiuc 0 pllli, V5 cent. yr ul lj U dnigxliU. liwir of
EonotrMti tnj ImlUtloDi. Tit ffnulo tuuiufMtarcd ouly I
JOHN O, WUT & CO, HI k U3 W, Uftdlwa St., CiWnL
Int UW (iicltgt iut ly uull -prcpalloa rccth; Uf 3 icntilp
JlolllHtui" tt Co.,
Wholesale nnd Retail Agents.
riOODPASTURAOE FOR HORSES.
JC Apply to PRED JOHNSON,
Health is Wealth 1
Oltf Loycs lliikeiy. a ' $&,,
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will rejoice,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO;,---
21 First Street, S.F, 89
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
C. E, FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Ollice, with N". F. Bur
gess, g4 King Stij.et, will hq promptly
attended to. 691y
S. M. CARTER,
His ou hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay "Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Harrl and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
Outers arc hereby solicited and will
he delivered at any locality within tho
ISfo. &K$ TRXTSGc IS-DCIMEET.
Itotli Telephone?, 1S7. H
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zculandia,
70J Queen & Port Street Stores. tf
II. HACKFI2LD & Co.
Having fccuied tho Servlcos'of
Geo. C. Strateineyer
wo nro prepared to oxecuto all
House or Sig-ii
nQNOLULU PLANING BULLS.
RYAN'S 'iBOAT BUILDINO
SHOP, Rear of Lucas' Mill,