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THURSDAY, DKC. 23. 188(5.
Schr Emma from If mini
Sclir Mlllt Mtii'il? fronfLiuwl
CARCDES FROM TsLAtufpOnTS.
Sclir Thiuiiii U0 bac-j ot l lec 20 bn
ot iitgsir, nml !H liciul ot cuttle.
Tho S S Attstinlln sailed yesterday
nnou for Sal) Kinuelseo. with -1,703 bigs
of sutjiiv, 3.2S.1 b:iK3 of nee, 2II boxes of
leaves, 100 lulls of rugnr oaiie, 23 boxes
of glliut', 170 boxes of nsb, 222 bugs of
nwn root. 585 bdls of giccn hides, 37
dry hilled, in billet of goat sklna, 17
bales of sheep skin-!, 22 bills ot tallow,
2 boxes of mint, 1 box of plants. Ii boxes
of express matter, 2 bags of coin (91,
lflli). and 2,:)2S bunches of bananas.
VESSELS IH PORT.
Uk Forest Queen, Winding
31k Star of Devon, T.ovcll
Ilk Sarauae. Sluiv
Jlk Nellie May, Austin
Bktno W II Dinmnil, Hwifl
llktne 13iucka, Meyers
llktno Wicstlcr, Schnaiier
llktnu Amelia, Xowhnll
llktno Mnry Whikchnan, Hacker
Bktno Ella, Ititst
Ugtno Clans Spieekcl, Drew
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-30.
Gee bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German baik Hercules, Sebaefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October Oth, due
February 20 2S.
Haw schooner Malolo, J 15 Holland,
from Manililki, via Faunlng's Island,
(hie December 15 ill.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M. llenson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December "1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glcngauer, Itolleston, from
Liverpool, due heic, .Ian 15-31, to
Davics & Co.
Brit bark Martini, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, duo lerc .Tan 15-aO,
to Sebaefer ite Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Mnitoii,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktno S N C.istlc, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dee liitli, lo
Castle & Cooke.
LUUAL & CEKEHAL HEWS.
Minok pies at 1 loin's for the mil
)ioi), Waikiki road and Kapiolani Park
-Tun Honolulu Rilles will drill in
company this evening.
Honsr.S for sale, advertised by II.
J. Agnew, at Kapiolani Park.
Tin: volcano panorama will be
open as usual on ChiistiiniR Hay.
SfuiMNU .stream lose five feet last
night, and Pauoa stieani over six
feet. . '
tioi.ONnr, Samuel Norris says he
expected tho Mission to Samoa, but
was too late for the job,
The i oaring of tlio surf was very
audible this morning, on account of
of the southeily bree.e.
A jiiddu: aged white woman is
wanted for general housework. Must
have a knowledge of Cookery. See
Adv. v t
A. uiiowN maic has been lost fiom
the' pieniises ftf Hon. S. R. Dole.- A
-reward will, be given to anyone le-
j Pn, Rpboit MeKibbin and tlio Sui
yey Department have our thanks for
information legarding the heavy lain
Tin; schoonef Malolo, Holland
master, Willie Smith fi eight clerk, is
hourly expected fiom tho South Sea
Islands, with laboieis.
A oaub.i: celelnio will shortly be
heard in our courts of law. Eminent
counsel havo been letaincd for both
side. More anon.
On exhibition in Mr. .fas. Williams'
window, Fort stieet, may bo seen an
pijab'oiato painting of if peacock oii
yo)vot plush, by Mis. Oidway.
Omi Sol nguin appears in nil his
Hplepdour mid brightness', and line
Woathor may reasonably, bo anticipa
ted for Xnias Day, Let us 1'iopo so.
A ii;w charming young ladies weie
arouml sollim: tickels for a conceit to
bejgiven in aid of Kauijmkapili build
ing 'fund. Tlio report having been
Tin: Geinian baik Pacific will sail
on Christinas inouiing, lain or sliino,
Tho captain says she will leach
Germany in 120 days, or carry away
PA;TAf l'aul'ri ijoiv barkeijtiup
will bo- named, it ii said, Iva Moi.
Captain Blumo, of the Horn Rlutno,
it is fuitlier said, will take command
of llio W, S, Bowne,
KiniiT South Sea Islanders, six
men and two women, having woiked
out their labor coiiliacts on Kleelo
Plantations, Kauai, ictuincd lo Ho
nolulu by tho schooner Enuna, this
Two or three bundled hanelfaof
molasses, which havo been at Unliiwa
for i-pmo time icily for sliipinent to
Hbuoliiiu, lire said to bo swelling,
bursting, and Hooding the neighboi
hood with hWcetiieps.
Tiik Echooner (leneral Seigol,
which sailed teveial months ago on u
sharking oxp.edilion, to Fiench Fii
guto Shoals, is over jluo heio, A wag
says that sho has inn shoit of juo
visions, and is staying out to niako
them last longer,
. & . i - i i - i : 1 i """"i" .ruBFiBHr
The store of H, JIny &, Co, will bo
clocd on Christmas Day.
Tim slennier Kinati fioin IHlo,
and tlio W. 0. Hull from lliuvnii mitl
Muni, mo expected hero lo-inoirow.
At Kiiir Urns.' may bo fccn a
photograph of II. R. 11. Queen Vic
toria, of deal Britain, taken fiom
life. Tlio picluro is the piopcrty of
ItiB Majesty (ho King.
To-Moiiitow being Uliii.-ina ltyo,
Mr. II. .1. Nolle, of the Heaver ,Sit
loon, will tieat liis patronu to 'I'm -hoy.
Tlicie is bound to be a full
house at the Reaver at noon to
mortow. Tun wooden building, fonnorly
oeeu)iied as tho "Kinpiie Saloon" will
bo knock down by Auctioneer Mor
gan, on tho pioinises at noon to-inoi-iow,
to the highest bidder. Cash, of
A wao nays, Hint while policemen
wcro searching tho hold Of the baik
.1. II. Rowers, just previous to her
failing for Hongkong, Chun Hook
wiih seen silting astiide one of the
yard anus, with his linger.-) to hi.s
A PoiiTWiur.sr, who works in this
city, was about to bo discharged le
contly by his employer. The em
ployee besceehed in a most eai nest
mnmicr that hi.s services be letaincd,
pleading that he wasjin orphan,
having neither sister no! luothets.
Tun "Homo News" says th.it
"tho King of Iho Hawaiian Islands
has conferred the Companionship of
tlio Royal Order of Kapiolani for
nioi it on Mrs. Cyril Flower, who was
on Oct. 30 invested by the Hawaiian
Chiuge d'Ail'aiies with the jewel and
insignia of the Older."
To prevent an incandescent illu-'
minatiou by the action of tlio lain on
ii lot of Imnels of lime, piled, on a
vacant lot at the comer of Queen
and Alakea sheets, Mr. K. H. Thomas
hot a gang of men to woik this niorn
ihg, and in n shoit time, had tho lime
safely boused under a loinponuy
roof of comigated iion.
Tin: tcbooner Emma arrived this
morning, eight days fiom Kauai,
with .'11 head of cattle, for Mr. Wm.
MoCandless. Tlio Emma stinted
for Honolulu witli 33 head of cattle,
but two of them died dining the pas
sage. They weie, tho whole time,
without food and had no water, ex
cept what they licked oil" the deck
when it rained.
Mnssiis. Egan it Co. sold out llioir
pontiro slock of umbrellas vestenlav.
The sale of rain proof coats, "or as
they aro also termed, "Mackintoshes"
afCer tho name of the lirst manufac
turer of thai useful article of wealing
apparel for ladies and gentlemen,
followed. A .few of a very supeiior
quality (London make) still on hand.
The rain is not over yet.
The name of Mr. Funieaux was
inadvertently used yesterday in our
article on '"'The Volcano" for that
of Mr." J. Tavern icr.
The Cliristmos entertainment of
the Retliel Union Sunday-school has
been postponed snip dp by a resolu
tion of the Conunittoe, owing to the
inclemency of tio weather.
XMAS NUMBElf " "oT'THT " DAILY
The Daily Hui.i.irm will be issued
as usual to-morrow iifternoon, ac
companied by an extia Chisistmas
Sui'i'Liair.ST, containing an original
local story, a reprint stoiy for young
people, and Lord Salisbury's Man
sion House speech. Anyone want
ing extra copies should send in their
orders before to-morrow p.qp.n,,
A NAIL IN A FOOT.
Captain Rust, master of the bark
cntine Ella, met with a painful acci
dent yesterday afternoon, lip was
stepping off the vessel when he
tread, with his whole weight, upon
an upright nail. Tho nail penotrated
his shoo, and entered tho foot to the
depth of about half an inch. When
tho captain raised his foot, lie car
ried witli it tho plank lo which tho
nnil was fast, and it was with con
siderable dilllculty and pain that the
nail was taken out. Two of the
Captain's toes aro crippled from the
effects of tho wound, and the whole
foot is greatly swollen,
SPECIAL OBANP CONCERT FOn CHRIST
Following is tlio musical pro
gramme of tho ChiiHtinns concert to
he given on Saturday next at '1 :3()
j'. si., nt Kinuiu Square ;
HOVAI. HAWAIIAN 1IA.VI).
March Glory . ,,. Micbiels
Medley Comic Fantasia .Rivieio
Waltz .Ipbilee ....
Waltz Mi'dlejvChi istriiu,
1'olku Medley .ew Year
Mmch Medley Vacation,
I.ipolipo ka Wai o ICleilo
Aia lliki .Mai
Mutch Jubilee , Merger
Waltz I.ei Aloha . . Cotlin
I'olka Skating JtiiiU Farbacli
March Ipo hauiio Uerger
. Hawaii l'onoi,
Mii,. Laviuia Knpti, who has been
regulaily appointed iidininistmlrix of
the estate of tho Into ICoono Kapu,
loquosts that all accounts against tlio
ctituto bo icndered to heratonce, and
all debts owing paid lo her, at her
l evidence, I.eleo.
THE LAST OF THE SEASON.
To-night nt 7 o'clock, Mr. James
Morgan will, nt the auction rooms
of Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co., for
the last time of asking, beseech the
public in an outspoken manner lo
purchase tho balance of Xtuas goods
that he has to dispose of. Pur
chascis and vendor are unanimous
in-their hopes that it will not rain
to-night, and thereby f-poil the fun.
The goods to be void comprise lino
shawls, silks, Japanese goods, glass
and crockery wares.
UEPARTURE"oTMR. J. M. OAT.
Our old friend Mort, when about
to ascend the steamer's gangway
yesteiday, said to our repoiter, Hint
lie appieciated a few jokes that had
appeared recently in the Daily Uri.
li:tin columns. They roinindcif him
of the time he used to got off his
innocent jokes, when he llrst started
his bulletin board. Everybody knew
Mort, and Moit knew every body.
Stroking his handsome beard, just
as he was about to say "good-bye"
to the writer, Mort said: "I guess
I won't find time to write to you all,
hilt if you look over the 1 xas
Sifeintx or the Arktintui Traveler,
it is possible you might drop across
an original youk or two from "youri
A man with the cognomen of
Foster, lately bartender at the Um
pire saloon, skipped by the Austra
lia yesterday, leaving, it is said,
many creditors to mourn his dc
paiturc. Foster was known as the
dandy boy with a skating-rink head.
He was discharged from the saloon
the other day, and being anxious to
get away, neglected calling on his
friends and bidding tlieni good-bi'o,
Notwithstanding the attempted
burglary at the Temple of Fashion,
the interior of the store is in nowise
denuded of its contents. There is
still within this spacious stoic a full
assortment of Gents' furnibhiiig
goods including every article that is
necessary to complete a wardrobe.
Mr. Khrlich and his active and
polite assistants are at all times on
hand to wait on the public, The
Ladies' department appears to con
tain everything required, but to
describe cvorything bullies the pen
ol our block-headed scribe, who is a
eclcbate. It is a notorious fact that
the "Temple" is largely patronized
by ladies, and is of opinion that the
affable Mr. Ehrlicli is the source of
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
No. .1 Ni:w Sr.mus.
The third number qf the new
scries of our Bi-monthly Summary,
is now out. It contains '10 columns
of purely local and original matter
relating to the Islands, and more
particularly to Honolulu. For a full
and complote 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 send to one's
friends abroad. The outgoing mail
is duo here on the 17th instntit from
Austialia, an.d wjll leave for San
Francisco the same day. The Susi
jiauy can be be had at tlm Daily
Rullltin- ollicc and at J. II. Sopor's
News Agency. Price 10 cents per
Tho recent speeches of Lord Salis
buiy and Count Kalnoky have caus
ed considerable discussion through
NO CHRISTMAS DINNER will
ha nt. in letu without a box ot Crys
tal Soda Vi rks Celebialcd
QETS of Jubilee I'liotngr.iplih, em
O hii'Cluy all tho noiahlu fcccius of
ilia festivities, can lm obtained at Wil.
I iains l'Jiotoj.'vnpli'to (Jallcry. J ti
CIHRISTMAS and New Year Curds,
' nil new ami of the eiy latest ilu.
sijjiif, liuvinir been carefully sclented by
mil Ir. T. J. KhMf, who Iiiik just ie
tiirni'il from llic (JoiiM. Cull nuiv at
Kill" Uicfc.- Aft Store. J0
Du. Flint's IIiiakt Hiimhdv is a
Specific for all forms of Jlciut Din
eiiho and aho for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciicultiaoii, Desciijitivn boulc
with overy bottle. Uenson Smith fc
Co,, Agents, :i!51
1'A'inoNizi: Home Industry by buy
ing eigiirH of .1, W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the CiyMal Soda
Works, where he is piopaied to iill all
ouleis at the lowest pochiblo whole
halo prices. I t-laiul oiders solicited
and pionptly filled,, The attention
of dfitlnrri is icopeetfully invited to
the fact "no licciit-o is leoiiiied" to
tell tlieoo cigiiiw, Do not toiget tho
niuiie .1, W. II ingley, nor the place
Ciytital Soda Winks, Hotel btieet.
7XGI.ISU OK OKKMAN NVJISE
U (lirl. Apply at liui.i.ui in Ori'ici:.
. to do (,'t'iii'iiil hnuriiiwnrk, in a
tmull family, Miiht be a f-ooil cook.
Apply at iJilhifll- , 1(1 :t
UOKS13S FOIt SALE.
CA H1U A fllC.llL'a l) Y
and Woik Iliiitu-, Also,
a few well In (tl Mines
for brccidliif,' piirpn.es.
y 1 1 i
Pioneer Steam Oeody Fact' y. - m
Cake, Pastry & Bread Bakery. - P p . :W
mi ii i i " wisSlSai
ESTABLISHED 1863. TEUPS E (fIC 111116111 ! I' ' ?"
F. HREa, -
And Only Practical Ornamenter in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to nialce 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, 130XES and
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in largo variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in llORiSJ'S well
known style which delies imitation.
Of all known Yariety on Hand and also Made to Order.
CANDIED PINEAPPLE, FRUIT GLACES,
AH of these in tho greatest variety of goods ever shown in
Honolulu. HOKitf will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing- is believing- everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
At 3.00 for one, and So. 00 for two Gallons. Made from Uich Egg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Daily Cream ; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to bo the liichcst,
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 ARTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-thrco years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and loo Cream
Between Port & Nuuanu.
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT !
We have received during the last few weeks ninty-lhree
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS.. It has taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. "We are now pi'u
pared to have the public inspect this new stock of iNovellies.
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 A&T 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 CONVINCED!
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, (old Prames,
Plush Frames, MiiTors, Silverware, Prass Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, Bouquet Tables,
liron,o Frames, Ebony Brackets,
Medallion Photographs, Autograph Albums,
Holiday Souvenirs, Grapboscopes, .Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, A Vail Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christinas Cards,' Etc., Etc.
pur recent importains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, "Bron.o, (Jilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which wo tire prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
.KING BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets. OPE &VEINIRSGS.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Both Telephones No 74.
ilHIPORTM NOTICE! 1
Clothing; Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
rwear, etc., etc.
MOT LOSE YOUR CHANCE !
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - -
Corner of Fort &
.1UST DECEIVED, TH33
HATS, GAPS, ETC , ETC.
Tj;itos(, styles nml "Novelties in Ncclcware.
Also, by icpcntcil mid pjicclnl request, n Finiill invoice of tho linest linntl.mRile,
01)tiuiiiil)li! ill tlio
Isow liavc on liawl a hirgc
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Lmlics' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
S TOO IE OF FURNITURE
in all lines. LateHt Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
V. IIOKN, I'rnctical Confectioner,
I'ustiy Cook nml linker.
71 Hotel .St. "GUtSf" Telephone- 74
WEMER & COL
no. o jroit',r wxvuJS-iaT.
Cojibtn JUly on Imiiil a l.irpu nssortiueiit
of every debcrlptiiiuof .lewelry, Watches,
Gold mid Sliver Plated Wnre. Ac.
Wolfe 6l Company,
Grocory und Feed Store,
;uiiil (i!) Hotel btrect,
Fresh Orocoricsanil I'rovibionsrecelvcd
by every Steuiner.
1', O. llo 1!10, Hell Telephone No.
:ii!i .Mutual Telephone No. 11)1.
The White House,
No. 11H Ntiuiiim .StiHsot,
Honolulu, II. I,
I'rlvnli1 Kiiiiiily Hotel; Terms Hcison.
ulile; Flrei-diu,!. Aecotiiinoaailuun.
M. N. S.VXDEHS, 1'ioprk'tor.
- Opposite Irvin & Co's
FINEST LINES OP
Eat tern lnmkcts.
Will be open every nUerncon nnd even.
Ing iih follows:
Slomlny, Tiirsitny, Wt'iliipHilny nnd
To tho piihllc in general.
For hulles nml gentlemen.
For Imliuh, guiitlciiKu anil children.
Letbons In I'nuey Skrtlug.
Friday and Butiirday Kveninps.
WIl.lilAM WAU, aianacer.
jlyMSkA" THOSE VKHY DTSI1U.
cfjiSa lilu picmlttb Xu 105Xuuanu
Bt2LSSB Avenue Duelling contains
S rooms; any I aseiiuni under all; Ultch
cm, pantry, huthrroui nnd tervniu's room
ntlaehed, cm iliiyo house, stable, fowl
Imiihc; all eonviniently arranced, quiet
healthful lieMlfn; neat erounds fruit
tree. Ten minutes wall; from Post
Ofllee. Enmiire adjolnlnu nreui'.es of
72 tf J. Hi WOOD,
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