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June t'0, 1887, mint bo paid nt the olllcc
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lie subject to nti additional 10 per cent.
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NEW YOKK, BOSTON, IIONQ KONG.
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Tlio Commercial Uank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial HunU Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, mid WelHiiglou,
The Blink of Uiilish Columbia, Vic
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Transact a Ueiioral Bunking Business.
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ritdgod to nelthor Beet ror Party.
But (StablUhcd for tho bencSt of all.
MONDAY. DICC. 27. 1880.
The 82,000,000 loan, appears to
have been successfully lloatcd in
London. That U, the portion of it
that was reserved for that maikct,
for it is understood that one-fourth
of the amount was taken up in
Honolulu, leaving three-fourths, or
SI, 300,000, to be placed on the
London Maikct. The way wc
understand the matter is this, the
S 1,500,000 wcie taken by the Lon
don syndicate which Mr. Armstrong
represented while here, and 1,000,
000 wcie placed by them in the open
market, and tenders wcie received,
on the' 17th instant, for 600,000
(3,000,000) or three times as much
as was required. A later telegram
has been sent from London to Mr.
S. M. Damon, of Messrs. Bishop &
Co.'s bank, which says that 525,
000,000 have been tendered for. It
is also said the bonds were market
able, a little later, at ") and 7 per
cent pieiiiiiim. It is rumored that
the Zealandiii brought a credit to
tlio Government of 8500,000. Wc
have been unablo'to see the proper
authorities, to ascertain whether true
or not ; but presume the statement
is rather ahead of time.
For three days the lain fell
heavily, and muddy roads have been
Lumber is being carried to repair
the Half-way Bridge between Koloa
and Lihue, lor the old lumber is be
ginning to rot.
The C. K. Bishop was unable to
make a landing at Kapaa, owing to
the sea being too rough. She steam
ed on to Lihue, arriving on Wednes
The Iwalani anived at G a. jr. on
Thursday, brincing the foreign mail.
and also a large number of Christ
Services were held at the Lihue
German Church on Christmas Eve,
and a goodly number were in attend
ance. The church was elaborately
decorated for the occasion, and the
Christmas Tree was fair to look
Messrs. II. Ilackfeld & Co. sent a
large box of toys to be distributed
among the children who attend the
German school. The ladies of Li
hue donated cakes, candies, etc.,
and the children were in transports
of delight. Their shouts of joy
could bo distinctly heard a mile
away, as each child received its gift
of a toy, sonic cake, and a bag of
There were services in the Ger
man Church on Christmas Day, and
also in the native chinch tit Nawili
wili. Miss Mary Green lias been doing
considerable work among the native
women of Lihue and Nawiliwili, in
the effort to induce them to attend
divine service. It is to bo hoped
that they will heed her counsels, for
the. Sabbath attendance is very
small. Miss Green returns to Hono
The fifty Japanese laborers who
van away from tho Koloa Plantation,
are still in tho Lihue jail. This week
Mr. Taio Ando and Mr. Nakayama
came to Kauai to settle the dilllculty
betwee the Japs and the Plantation,
and, with Mr. Fukushiiua, tho icsi
dent Japanese interpreter, spent
part of Thursday in the prison listen
ing to the complaints of the labor
ers. These complaints consisted
chiefly of the amount of hard labor
imposed upon them, and the III
tieatment by tho hums. Mr, Hane
berg, tho manager, was not accused
by them. On Eriflay the three gen
tlemen went to Koloa, and mode
patibfactory arrangements with tho
oimtiuner, iitul on Tuesday next the
illssnlihllcil mon will vosuino work.
During their incnrectntioit tho .Tups
Imvc been working on lite roads,
and tho iiuw iond from Karma to
Ilananiaulu is pnitlv finished.
On Christmas Eva tho Y. M. C.
A. rooms were opened to tho Japa
nese laborers of Lihue and Nawili
wlli, and a prayer meetings as hold.
Tlic men, overforty in number, were
addressed by .Mr. Vukuiliiina, Air.
Taio Ando, and others. The room
was dressed with evergreens, nnd
after the services, tho men wore
served with coffee, cake, etc.
Kauai, Dec. 23, 188G.
A serious accident' occm red hero
on Friday Inst, the sufferer bring a
Jnpaneso house-servant of Mr. Fos
ter's, lie had found a box of giant
powder caps, and in attempting to
cut one open with a pair of scissors,
it exploded, blow lug off the thumb
and two middle lingers of the left
hand, and injuring some uf the
others. Under the care of Dr. Ray
mond, who amputated the lingers,
he is progressing favorably.
There died yesterday at l'unaluu,
G. II. Iviniakua, an old and well
known resident of Kau. He used
to work with Mr. Lyman when J,',j
latter was raising csHhi in Kau.
After thevuiniation started, he took
to cant planting, in partnership with
"Rev. J. Kauhanc. Not being suc
cessful in this he gave it up some
years ago. He bore a good name
amongct those who knew him. He
had been ailing for some time, but
his death was sudden at the last.
Kau had been visited by good
rains during the last few days, and
cane and pasture lands arc looking
well in consequence.
Pallida, Dec. 22,' 188(5.
CHRISTMAS AT THE CHURCHES.
Special Christmas services were
held in all the foreign churches, in
some on Christmas Day, and in
others on Sunday following. They
were of an interesting and impres
TUT. ISOMAX CATHOLIC CATllr.llllAI..
The Saviour's nativity was com
memorated at the Roman Catholic
Cathedral in a method practised by
that cluucli from time immemorial.
Low masses commenced at 5 o'clock
a. at., and lasted until 9, at all of
which, excepting the first, Holy
Communion was held. At 10 o'clock
came Pontifical High Mass. On
this occasion the Bishop of Olba
was assisted by the Reverend Fathers
Lconore, Clement and Sylvester.
The music of the occasion, which
was a superior order, was furnished
by the St. Louis College choir and
brass band. It is worthy of mention
that the whole of the boarders of the
College marched into the church in
a body, dressed, for the first time,
in their now uniform, which looked
extremely neat and pretty. The
Bishop delivered a short and im
pressive discourse, in which he de
picted the wonderful love of God,
as exemplified in the gift of Jesus
Christ to be the Saviour of all
mankind; and at the same time
showing that the co-operation of
man, whose part is faith and
obedience, is essential to salvation.
The immense congregation filled the
church to overflowing. The mass
was followed by the sacrament of
baptism, a'dministercd to children
and adults. Confirmation, succeeded
by the Rosary and Benediction,
came at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
st. Aximnw's catiii:iiiai..
The Chancel, tho only portion of
the new Cathedral completed, was
somewhat hastily fitted up for occu
pancy, and used for the first time
on Christmas Day. The evergreen
and floral decorations were profuse
and appropriate to the occasion.
Services were held at 0:80 and 7:30
a. ji. At 9:30 a. jr. came a
third services, when the Bishop of
Honolulu delivered an appropriate
sermon. At 11:15 the second con
gregation assemblpd, which was
augmented by visitors not usually
forming part of the congregation.
The Reverends Alexander Mackin
tosh and Hcibort II. Goven assisted.
Reverend George Wallace delivered
an able sermon, in which he eluci
dated the plan of salvation by the
manifestation of "God in the flesh."
The church choir, led by the organ,
which was skilfully played by Mr.
Wray Tailor, and assisted by the
congregation, performed the musical
part ol the servico splendidly. The
sacrament of baptism wns adminis
tered in the afternoon.
AT 10IST bTltlXr CHUltOII.
A special programme had been
arranged for Sunday evening, but
it was set aside, owing to the
absence, through illness, of the
organist and choir leader. The
services were conducted by the
pastor, Rev. J. A. Cru.an, assisted
by Rev. Arthur II. Smith, of the
North China Mission, who is, at
present, making a short stay, en
route for Tientsin. An able dis
course was delivered by Mr. Smith,
from the text, "And of His King
dom theie shall bo no end." Tho
nature, tlio principles, tho potency
and the iiresistiblc character of the
Kingdom of the text were briefly,
but forcibly depicted. The anthems
and hymns sung by the choir, wcie
very effectively rendered, Mrs.
Cruzan presiding at tho organ. Tho
floral decorations weie very elabowite
and formed n special feature of the
AT TJIK I.YCKI1M.
The exercises tit the Lyceum ,'
Sunday evening, were- attended by n
pretty full aiidIciico,aiid consisted of
tho parts announced In tho pro
gramme published on Friday. The
Kundtiy nehool littlo people acquit
ted themselves very creditably. The
musical exercises, in eliaige of the
church choir, were very line. Alto
gether, the Bethel Union congrega
tion entered into the spirit of the
Christmas anniversary, and tho
occasion will bo, remembered an one
of special intercut. The floral
denotations wen very tasteful and
Yesteiday, the services at Kau
makapili Church were unusually
attractive, and a huge eongiegation
attended. His Majesty was present,
attended by his Chamberlain, Gov
ernor C. 1 Iaukca. Their Excel
lencies L. Aholo and Paul P. Kanoa
were also present. As tho King
and his attaches entered the sacicd
cdillce, the National Anlliem was
sung by the choir and congregation.
Tho Rev. .1. AVnhmuiu, Pastor of
the chinch, deliveied an address ap
piopriatc to the occasion. After the
usual devotional exercises tho atten
tion of the congregation was called
to the building fund for which a
collection was made and the s.tUU)f4 -
conn or. ...... 1!...l (i,v--jC.-r..-i. ...
8800.25 realized thrratoXfiplnuseof
n.'.v.iii.'.Vi'jio effaracter was frequently
made during the deliverance of an
impressive address made by His
Majesty. In his (the King's) opin
ion, tho amount collected retlected
credit on the congregation taking
into due consideration the many
pressing needs of the Christmas
Several companies of tho Ha
waiian military forces were pie3ent,
also the Royal School cadets.
KAWAIAHAO SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Yesterday, the usual quarterly
exhibition of the Sunday schools,
affiliated with tho Knwaiahao Church,
took place under the direction of W.
R. Castle, Esquire, Superintendent
of said schools. Tho singing and
lccitations by the children, and also
by the adults, were highly creditable.
Tho Reformatory School boys at
tended tho chinch, and took part in
the special service rccitativcly,
vocally, and instrumcntally.
Addresses were made by Messrs.
Henry Watcrhouse, W. A. Kinney,
and Lima Naone referring to the
death of the late Rev. L. Lyons.
The old church was filled with a
large native congregation.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT AT EMMA SQUARE.
Professor Bcrgcr arranged an at
tractive progi amine for the usual
afternoon Christmas concert, at
Emma Square. It was divided into
four parts. The first consisted of
three piece, played by tho Royal
Hawaiian Band ; the second, three
pieces by the Refotmatory School
Band; the third, ( two vocal selec
tions by Kawaiabao Church Choir ;
and the fourth, four pieces by the
Hawaiian and Reformatory School
Bands, combined. It is needless to
say that the music was excellent,
and the fact that that the large con
course of people in attendance re
mained to the end is proof that it
was appreciated. Every scat in the
Square was occupied, and more
could have been utilised if tiiey had
been available. The surrounding
thoioughfares were also pretty well
taken up with carriages, in which
people sat and listened to the charm
ing music, lho weatlier was tieiigut
f ill, and added greatly to the chaiin
of the music. The conceit began at
2:30, and lasted until about 5. At
the close, the Itcfoimatory School
Band marched thiough the town, on
their way home, playing lively and
XMAS AT THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
The patrons of the Hawaiian
Hotel were made awate that it was
Christmas by special arrangements
and piovisions in keeping witli the
season. The manager, Mr. W. S.
Bartlett, had the principal rooms
festooned and otherwise decorated
with greenery. In the evening the
large dining hall tables were the
bearers of a splendid dinner good
enough fori European or an Ameri
can epicuic. The menu, artistically
printed in mauve on a neat little
folding card, embraced a great
variety of choice delicacies, which
the test of a keen appetite proved to
bo of excellent quality. In addition
to the regular boarders of the Hotel,
many others visited tlio dining room
on this occasion, and rose from the
tables with the feeling that Christ
mas dinner at the Hawaiian Hotel
was a splendid meal.
CONCERT AT KAOMAKAPILI.
A concert was given in the school
loom of Kaumnkapili Church,
Christinas evening, under the patro
nage of Princess Liliiiokalani, in aid
of the funds of the second division
of the Liliiiokalani Educational So
ciety. An admission fee of 50 cents
was charged. Tho large room was
completely filled. The intention of
giving tho concert having been con
ceived at tlio early part of tho week
only, 'theio was but little time for
lchoar&al and general preparation.
Nevertheless, the singers did credit
ably well. Solos, duets, trios,
quintettes, mid choruses made up
considerable variety. The large
audience was in good humor, and
leceived every effort with applause,
mid some with uproatious applause.
Miss Leiliulu Kapeua's singing was
especially appreciated, His Majesty
the King was present during the
latter part of tho concert. Tho
luige nttemhiiico indicated a respect
able addition to tho funds of the
XMAS PrtESENTS TO CHIEF CLERK
Before closing the olllces of the
Interior Department on Christinas
Eve, some of the gentlemen on the
staff of that Bureau of the Govern
ment Administration, tendered to
Mr. J. A. Hasslngcr, the Chief
Clerk of the department, tokens
of their appreciation of their superior
olllcer. Col. Boyd, Second assist
ant clerk, donated an elegant card
basket of silver with blue glass bot
tom, bearing figures in while of
chihhen disporting themselves on a
bright summer's day. From the
Third assistant clerk, Mr. George
Smithies, Col. Hassinger wns the
lecipicnt of a unique, and beautiful
kukui nut watch guard charm, with
an inlaid gold monogram.
The staff of the same department
had previously presented (1th De
cember) Col. Ilassingcr with a valu
able birthday gift in commemoration
of tho aniiivcrlvr-rvf-h's lf)th bh to
day. It coasted of a iisuiCiVuffiV?
silver wale set, comprising an ice
"pitcher jVolcd in a frame, a gold
lined ind a plain silver goblet.
Lionel Ilassingcr received these
Mcns of highly appreciated services
...!.i. n. .. . i
with the grace of a true gentleman,
and his return of thanks to the
donors, was, on both occasions,
sincere, flowing with eloquence, and
interspersed with wit.
BOUNTY TO BARTLETT.
Christmas Eve brought to Mr. W.
S. Bartlett, the obliging manager of
the Hawaiian Hotel, a tangible
token of tho esteem in which ho is
held by the employees of that hos
telry. Mr. P. M. Lucas, chief ste
ward, acting for himself and asso
ciates, presented Mr. Bartlett with
a pretty and serviceable walking
cane. It was made of highly po
lished curly koa, surmounted by an
artistically engraved gold head. The
top bore a representation of the
Hotel, encircled by the recipient's
name, and the sides of the gold
attachment representations of Dia
mond Head and the Pali, with the
inscription of the words: "Presented
by the employees of the Hawaiian
Hotel, on Christinas, 188G." Mr.
Bartlett prizes the gift, both because
of its intrinsic value and the kindly
feelings which prompted its bes
towal. A Fsittil Accident.
On Friday afternoon John
Thomas Lishnian, Ebon Low, Willie
Rogers and Geo. Lucas went over
the Pali, to spend Christmas Hay in
sporting, at Koolau. They arrived
at Kailua all right, and in the morn
ing wore joined by Hay Wodehousc.
Tho party spent the forenoon of
Saturday in shooting, and in the
afternoon loturiied to Kailua house,
to prepare lunch. John Lishnian
and Eben Low, out of pure love for
spoit, mounted their horses and
gave chase for a young cow. They
wcie galloping after tho animal, and
were enjoying the sport, when sud
denly the bridle of Mailc Twain,
Eben Low's horse, broke, and the
rider collided with Lislnnam with
terrible force. Eben Low, who was
thrown about fifteen feet distance,
sti tick on his shoulder, while John
Li simian fell under both horses.
He was extricated as soon as possi
ble, and taken under a tree close by,
where his companions did their ut
most to resuscitate him. Failing to
restore consciousness, the parly bore
the injured man on a litter to the
Kailua house, where efforts at re
suscitation were renewed. Long
before daylight Sunday morning,
Eben Low started for town, arriving
hero about 5 o'clock. At 7 o'clock
Dr. Emerson started for Koolau,
and on his arrival there, found John
Lishnian in a very critical condition.
Dr. Emerson did all that was in his
power for the j'oung man, but to no
effect. Dr. Trousseau, in company,
with the Lisliman family, left for
Kailua yesterday afternoon, and
vigoious efforts were made to save
the young mail's life, hut all failed.
He died at !) o'clock this morning,
and was brought to Honolulu.
John Lisliman, son of Robert
Lishnian, was born in Sydney, Aus
tralia, and was 23 j'ears of age. He
was clerk in Gonsalves & Co.'s,
Queen stieet, and was well liked by
all who know him. His death
brings sorrow to many hearts. The
remains will be buried from the
icsideiice of Mr. Robert Lisliman,
Makiki, to-morrow afternoon, nt
3 :3() o'clock.
Arrivjil of the Chilean
The Chilean traiuing corvette Pil
coniayo arrived yesteiday from Val
paraiso. Reports having loft thero
October 28th, and arrived at Easter
Island, November ICtli. On the
2!lrd she left for Honolulu. The
Pilcoiimyo was built in 1874 in Eng
land, Her engines are 250 horse
power and sho carries five guns for
saluting purposes. Her crew num
bers 99, including fill hoys. The
following is her list of olllceis:
Captain, Louis A, Goni ; Com
mander, Edouard Valcnsuelti ; Sub
lieutenants, Arthur Cucvas, Emit
Gariu, John Williams, Darius Espi
nosa, Alexander Barilcz; Midship
men, Robert Monrcal, John Filippi,
Richard Uuenero, William Soub
letlo, Albeit Vargas; Surgeon, Dol
phin Araya; First Paymaster, Jo
seph Cortis; Second Paymaster,
August Goominoj Engineer, Archi
bald MuNiuighton ; School-teacher,
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Tho Cfc S. S. Zcahindla from San
Francisco, arrived Satin day last,
bringing dales to 18th instant. Wo
stuninarizo the most, impel taut items
briefly ns follows :
Dlpthcria is prevalent in San
A now yacht to bo named lho
Thi6tle is in course of construction
at Glasgow. She is intended to
compete for tho "America Cup"
It was believed in London on tho
lGtli that the Cabinet was to bo re
constructed, in consequence of the
triumph of the section favoring Irish
coercion, nnd rumors were revived
of Sir Michael Hicks-Beach's resig
nation. The Campbell divorce case in
London has not closed.
England has decided to reduce
the Egyptian standing army to 10,
000 men and the army of occupa
tion to 5,000.
Count Bismarck informer, the
"iTifu'gctCnmmittcc of tho Iivehstag
that complete accord exists between
Germany, England and France con
cerning the relations between the
Sultan of Zanzibar and Germany.
Tho Bulgarian muddle continues.
Russia refuses to recognize the can
didacy of Pnnco Ferdinand of Saxe
Coburg-Gotha for tho Bulgarian
Lord Salisbury has reduced the
rents on his Hatfield estate, Eng
land, twenty per cent.
The Tory Government has deter
mined to carry out a coercion policy
M. de Lcsseps has stated that the
Panama Canal would be open for
traflle in 1889.
Farmers in the north of Wales aic
resisting the collection of church
Why do the ladies flock in such
numbers to night auctions? Is it
to see or to be seen?
When will "Intelligent Jack"
commence to instill intelligence into
the heads of the Hawaiian Army?
How many trips a year will Major
Horsey Do Cornbin make betw een
Waikapu and Honolulu before he
becomes a Colonel?
Who struck out the words "not
less than ten dajs apart" after the
second rending of the Subsidy bill
had passed the Legislative Assem
bly? Is it true that Nosbig has been
delegated to represent His Majesty
at the Jubilee Celebration of tho
50th year of the reign of the Queen
of England ?
Is it etiquette for Hawaiians, edu
ted in the English language to speak
the native language when in the
company of foreigners who only
undci stand the English language?
Is it honest to return 10 cts.
change when a quarter is tendered
for a ten-cent article'
If France and Germany, or Eng
land and Russia should go to war,
would "Intelligent Jack" advise
His Majesty to remain neutral?
Is it liuc that Celso Cnjsar Mo
reno has offered a reward of $10,000
for Nosbig's scalp?
Thursday, Dec. 23rd.
Before Preston, J. Hop Sing et
al. vs. Kum On, foreclosure of moit
gagc. Messrs. C. "W. Ash ford and
W. A. Kinney for plaintiffs, Hon.
Paul Neumann and Mr. F. M.
Hatch for defendant. Arguments
weic hcaid and decision reserved.
Before Judd, C. J. J. II. Cong
don, who had been arrested on a
warrant on Wednesday, as he wis
about to leave by the steamship
Australia for San Francisco, applied
for the issue of a writ of habeas
corpus, discharging him from the
custody of the Marshal. Messrs.
Ash ford & Asliford, associated with
whom were Hon. Paul Neumann
and Mr. J. T. Dare, appeared for
the petitioner Mr. F. M. Hatch for
the Marshal, respondent. The
pleadings having been read, argu
ments of counsel wcro lieaid cover
ing numerous and important points
of law. The petitioner is the de
fendant in a civil suit now pending
in the Supremo Court, and wns ar
rested by order of Mr. Justice Mc
Cully, as he was about to leave the
Kingdom, until such time as he
should give bonds to secure the pay
ment of a debt alleged to be due
one Ackcrman, Captain of the bark
cnline George C. Perkins, for
freight. Counsel for petitioner
argued that the application for the
warrant of arrest was imcomplete,
in that it did not allege any debt
duo; that tho allegation that defen
dant was intending to depart from
thu Kingdom was of itself insufll
cient to justify tho arrest; and that
the facts staled on behalf of Acker
man should have been positive, and
not merely on belief. The form of
the jurat and the bond filed on his
behalf that ho will respond in dam
ages in case ho could not sustain
his case were severely criticised by
petitioner's counsel. It was also
suggested that n writ of habeas
corpus would, if grunted, confound
the piciogntivcs oftho Justices, to
wit, whoro one Juslico orders tho
arrest and another orders the dis
charge; and it was contended by
counsel for the respondent that the
better course would have been to
apply to tho Justice who authorized
the isfaiiunco of the warrant to vacate
the biimo, Somo powerful argu
ments were hi ought out on both
sides, On tho prisoner stating that
ho wn conveniently provided for
by lho Marshal, Ill's Honor slated
that ho would render his deolfion In
the matter at 1 o'clock tho next day.
Mr. Abraham Hoffiiting Imu been
recognised us Charge d'Affaircs of
His Majesty the King of tho
Hawaiian Islands in tho United
rMV. lUNl.ilAb OK TUB LATK
J- JOHN LISHMAN will tnko
pl ice from ihe.ro lilvnee of hit patcnlK,
AInk.kl, TO MOUKOW, Tucidny, nt H:f!0
('cl ck, p. m. 18
Shares of ice Siock
Wo hnvu rL'r.uj wl
VsU'llCtloilB to sill
ut our Salesroom,
U Tilit6 Auction,
on Queen Stieet, on
Monday, January 3rd I8B7,
At Vi O'clock noon,
46 Shares of Stock in the
People's Ice& Kef. Co.
The above 'will lie sold in lotsof -Five
E. P. ADAMS
Thursday Evening, Dec. 30th
Amateur Dramatic Performance of J. Palgrave
Simpson's Thrco Act Comedy
"A Scrap of Paper,"
With tho following Cast;
Puosi'im CounAMONT.. . Mr. J. P. Hrown
Bakon Dk L v Glacii.uk. .Mr. W. Moisc
Uiusuuouciii: Mr. 1?. P. Hastings
Anatolk Mr. P. Bishop
Bavtistr Mr. J. Dowf ctt
Louisk l)n La Gr.Acumrs. .Miss B. Pnrko
Suzanm: De ItusEvir,Li::MK..T.D Strong
Matiuijik M iss R. Mnkcc
Zunohiu Miss S. King
rAilLixn Mhs '.. Atkinson
Pi'iccs ol" .Acliiiijssiou
Purquctlo and Drcs Chclc...
Box l'lnn open at J E Wiseman's on
TUESDAY (2dlh), at 0 u. in.
Seats rcscivetl without (x'ru ehftige.
Doors open at 7:ao p. m. I'eil'i rmnnte
lugini at.8 p. in. 18 4t
JS.-X. ZcalnuUin, tit.
Tableaux, Pantomime, Singing,
ATV Y. X. O. jV. H AJLXj,
Tuesday, December 28, 1886.
Commencing at 7:110 o'clock.
For lho Benefit of lho Associutlon.
17 AflmiKsion, 50 Cent. St
On 'Wednesday, Dec. 29th,
At 10 o'clock, a. in., at Ihe residence
of J. MclCechnle, Et-q , No. 13 School St.
we will sell at Public Auction, the En
tire Household Furniture, confuting of
B. W. Marble Top Table
Uplu leered Lounge,
Cupet folding ltockcis,
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
Sofa Hugs, Lncu Oiuiains,
It. V,'. Whatnot,
Double Bedsteads, MattreBses
Crockery nnd GrhitBware,
Kitolica .Stove mid UleiiHils, Meat tiafe,
liuth Tub, etc , etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
rnilE ANNUAL BALE
JL il'iil biUiui'B will li'i
held at lho
Korl.N. Church on MONDAY EVEN
ING, IKloiiiI er 27. 18Mi. mv 7:!10 o'clock.
17 it 1 C. .1 ONES, Secretary .
Tor Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lmfiilihi Street.
Atprei.oui reuupleil by I', Opki
gelt, Eii It conlnlus pnrloi, ilinliij.'
loom nml L' hediooaiH, huih, p.tntty and
kitchen, A huge yaid with imtlinilil
Iuks for homes, carjiugo nnd seivnuK
17tf Apply to 11 .1, A fi N E V.
1 RYAN'S ,BOAT BUILDING
XV SHOP. JUar of Lucw,' Mill,
COTTAGE TO JvKT.
fN NUUANU 6THKKT, a Ooll.igt.
containing it inopiv, etc. Apply to
JAW, tY, UVJJKHTBOK.
gMW W ! UMlttnTIIIIWIIMII I tf JIIU M IBQ
The Very llist, JiihI nrrUeit li.v
"Hnvnnne,'' ror xtil nt
S1,7S PER CASE
Jly tlio Di ay load-20 Cases,
Wr giinrnnteo tho u5Vrl" Oil,
Juit arrived by ' Fariimie," ai Superior
to any In the marlal ai a I'limiiy
Having teemed lho Services of
Geo, C. Stratemeyer
we aio prep.u ul to c.cciitu all
House oi Sig"ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Hie Propiietors take plcasuie In an
nounelin; to their friimds and tho gene
ral public, lli-U they linvc'rciiioilclcu ami
lotltlud the pieinitoj immediately aboe
Ilolel Slicut, where on ami nficr next
Sitiirday ICve will be found lho bast of
- Tho Moikct afford.
The Stock was purchased under tho
s-llioi vision of Jlr. J.is. Dodd, while"
Kast, and having been so long in lho
business-, he knows tlio wants of tho
trade, nud lias purriinscd tho article that
will pli'ti'o tho mrst fastidious.
Thanking our ftiends and patrons for
pist farms, and desiring n coatinuauco
of the same,
We are, icfprctfully youn,
" lw Pioprictont.
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a largo slock of all lho mosk
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy. Pipes
Of the Newest Designs, aud Smokers'
Paquisilcb of eveiy kind.
100 Fort Street.'
WILL bo sold a', public ai.ciwn on
Dee. 28th, 1880, at nooii, tho fol.
One bjnek horse, star on foicliend, bob
t'lil, tliod all louml, hraiukd U I and in.
One black borec Cold), one hind foot
white, branded 8 on tide, K A right hip
mm iimeMnminij! nritnu on utc nip,
,T. KUK1IAIIU, Poundniiibter,
SVuimimo, Ewu, Ouliu.
Due. 22, 1880. 1(1 4t
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
VESSEL (STEAMER IF 6UF-
flclent inducement is offered') will
leave ickohuma for Honolulu direct
u bout .March no.t ludwill ttiLn freight
and passenireis at very low rate?.
L'iboiers nnd other) wishing to pro.
engage piis&ugc for their families or -friends
may make artaugenients with
tho undersigned. For frelirhl or passago
01) iip ply to PAUL HUI1M.
To Pluntoi'S ami Employers
a -AUK UNDEHSIGNED BEGS TO
. intimate that ho has made arrange,
meiits to bring from Japan experienced
Indies' inuid-), liouscimudR, cblldien's
miihts, hoiibO mid nibble oyi, garden
era, and general fei units, agiieujjmal
and geneuil IuIioiith, eailotp, etc. I
Tho Knowledge acquired by tlio un.
flu'dlgiud of thu .hii'iincso dining Ills
Hay f 10 years In .lupin enables him to
select Miilublo peuoiiF, which will give
Batihfaotioa to then employer?.
Ptrhous wj tiling to nvajl Ihemsclrcs
of this opportunity to tecum good or
vaiitynad hiboreiH will plenso ciniiuiunl
cuio wuh tho iiiiileuliud, who will call
at o'l cis ami private houticB, If defcired,
In give liiloriimikn nnd iteelvt) older,'.
'Ihe urulciHlgucd has hud much ex.
peilem-e with the liboiing eludes of
Julian, mill with hlu knowledge of the
hmguiigo may bo able to give vnliiublo
mhlcoio pluulJM and other- Ho is
willing to hit plulU (lions nud mills on
Ilia Ishinds. PAUL iiUUM,
No, 128 JlertHiinU Stieet, or No. 81
King Street. .Mutual Telephone JtOU,
as Presents! ?
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