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MONDAY, DICC. 27. 1880.
S S Zealandia from Hon rraneUeo m-
routc for thu Colonics
Stmvl.lkellke from Knhulnl
Stmr.Mokolh from Moloknl
.Stmr.las Mnkcu from Knual
Schr W S lliiwno fioni ?un l'rnncUeo
Sehr Ehukal from Wnlahm
Ohlllnn Corvctti! from Valparaiso via
Stmr Iwalanl from Kuunl
Stmr I.ehmi from Wltiiltvnrd Ports
Schr Molwahlnc from Hawaii
Schr Hob Hoy from Koolau
SchrMauuokawai from Koulnu
Schr Sarah & Kllzn jvoin Koolau
Ilk Manila Davis, Hennn from Boston
German bk P.icltle for Germany
S S Zcnlnndla for tho Colonics at 0 a m
Stmv Klnau for tho Volcano anil way
port! SI nil' Mokolli for Moluknl
Slmr Surpilsc for Kuan
Schr Kmuin for Kauai
Schr Leah! for Hntinlcl
Schr Kaulkcaoull for Kobala
Schr Jennie Walker for Fannlngs Is
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall for Lahalna, Mnalnea,
Kona & Kau at 10 a. m
Stmr Likellko for Kahulul at 5 v m
Stmr I.chua for Wlndwnvds Ports at 5
Stmr Jas Makee for llanamaulu anil
Stmr II IHsliop' for Waianac, Kllauca,
ami Uanalci at 13 noon
From San Francisco, per Schr W S
Bownc, Dec 2fith Miss E A Wall and
Miss M Moigan.
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl,
Dee2Gth OX Wilcox, Taro Anilo and
wife, G O Xaakyaina and wife. F Na
kayama, Mrs Green, M McCulloch, 2
Cliincse and 07 deck.
For Samoa, per S S Zealandia Dec
20th His Ex .1 K Bush, Miss Bush, a
child, Homy F Poor, J D Strong, Ka
noa, D Moehonua. and Hiram.
From Kahulul, per steamer Likellko,
Dec 25th Mrs J K Hanuna,E W Doyle,
D T Bailey, Miss Lizzie, G W Norton,
C Anderson, II llause, Mrs Ferguson,
Hon H Kuihelaiil, H Olsen. II M hit
ney .Tr, Guy Wodehoue, 2 Chinese and
From San FraneUeo, per S S Zealan
dia, Dec 20th Hon J A Cummins and
daughter, AhYoung wife aud 2 child
ren, Kev AH Smith wife and 2 child
ren, Hon S B Dole and wife, M S Green
bauni, Mrs Dickinson, Miss Cataliua do
Alcala, Hon C It Blhop, Jos S Wright,
Slid Al D Hall, W 11 Holmes, JnoT
Arundel and servant, F'AInrtln, F Ford,
aud B F Saylor. Steerage: J Aloses
Hirum, C E SimnionUs, A Fossman and
son, L E Smith, .0 B Wood, Chas E
Carter, Vermont Kenncr, A Kobcrts,
11 Shcofleld, Wm Henneberg, George
Nelson, and 37 Chinese.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
x Stmr LlkcliUc 2,111 bags sugar,
fltmr Jas Alakee 23 head cattle.
SMir Molwahlnc 2,100 bags sugar.
Stnir Alokolil 320 bags sugar, 37 bbls
Schr Khukai 800 bags lice' 2G hides,
JHHurkeys, and 13 pigs.
Stmr Iwalanl 220 pkgs paddy, 120 bags
rice, 13 hides, and 20 head of
Stmr Klnau 1,503 bags of sugar, 10
bags of ginger, UOO hides, 1 horse
and 100 plsgs of sundries.
Stnir Waialeale 1,413 bags of sugar
and 2 horses.
Schr Kau ikeaoull 2,104- bags of sugar.
Schr Lcalil 300 bags of paddy.
The Mol Wahine with sugar from Ko
holalelo and Kukalau, nnd the Luka
from Kobala, are expected here to
night. The steamer C R Bishop is expected
hero this evening.
The Waialeale sails on Wednesday
next at 8 A M, for Lahaina and Hama
kua. One of the prettiest specimens of ma
rine architecture In port Is the schooner
Lovina, which hauled into Mission No.
1 yesterday. She has "Just been com
pleted by her owner, Captain Matthew
Turner at his shlpyaid at Benecia. Her
tonnage is 07.07, and she will trade be
tween the Islands in the South Pacific.
She will sfait ion her maiden voyage to
Honolulu in a few days, in command of
Captain E. O. Divoort. She takes down
23,000 feet of lumber, 1,000 feet mould
ings aud a small assortment of merchan
dUo. S. F. Call, December 13th.
At tho Queen's Hospital, on the 27th
December, of consumption, James D.
Lawson, C3 years of age; native of
Scotland. A former resident of San
Frnuclsco, where his wife is a doctor.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
FltESH oysters at Noltc's.
Tin: Chilian corvette Pilcomayo
will probably remain in port about
Tin: Postinnstcj-Gcnoral roports
having received 25 bags of mail, per
S. S. Zealandia.
Tub funeral of the late .1. D. Law
son will take plnco from the Queen's
Hospital at 2 i. m. to-morrow.
Mic, W. Anderson, tho accommo
dating purser of the Zealandia, has
our thanks for obliging nows favors.
Mn. P. O, Jones, being engaged at
Fort-street Church in connection
witli the salo of pews, there will be
no book-keeping class, this evening,
Ki.Ul-l .. V(. in
LASTTliiusday morning, while the
steamer V. G. Hall was olt iionoapu,
14 dUtinot Columns of smoke weio
.I .i. ,.. .i...
been imjiuiik irom wiu vuim, uu
west side of Maunaloa, above
Tiik Mutual Telephono hoys were
presented with a OhristnuiB hox of
ifOJ, on Christmas morning. Tho
amount waH Btihseiihed by persons
umhk thu telephone, as a recognition
of tho boy attention to the patron'H
X special service for children wna
hold nl Fort-ilrcet Clnirch yesterday
morning. Tlio Nov. .1. A. Uriinii,
moisted 1y Mr. Atliorloti, Hupcrin
toiulont of tin1 Sunday School, con
tltictcil the liroceetllngfl.
llv it cuiiicitleiifo, tho S. P. Zi-u
laiidia nriivud at this poit on Christ
nuiH D.ty, live yearn ago. Mr. (Minn.
Michivlfl, tho colcbiutcdoornoUoloisl,
nrrlvurl on Hint day from Ktiropp
nccomiiaiilt'd by Mndnmoinfllo Mi
clik'ls. Tin: usual Saturday afternoon con
curl in Eninia Senate will not bo
given this week, us the baud will
play on that day nt tho Palace, dur
ing the celebration of the anniver
sary of Queen Knpiolani's birthday,
to be held on that day instead of
Friday, the Hist December.
Tin: younger liioinberH of the
Young People's Christian Temper
ance Union, Mrs. Southwiek and
Mie. Shnpbon, superintendent!), will
have a Christmas tree festival in tho
parlors of Foit-stieet Church, at 0
o'clock, this evening. Tho festival
will be under the auspices of this V.
C. T. U.
To-uav is St. John's Day. Ser
vices appropriate to the day were
held tliis morning at St. Andrew's
CAthedial. To-monow is St. Inno
cent's Day, and the Holy Commu
nion will be. administered in the
morning nt half-past 7 o'clock, and
special prayers at !) o'clock nt tho
above named place of worship.
" Tiik Child's Bible " figured pro
minently in this year's Cluistmas
presents to children. This work,
with its large type nnd numerous
illustrations, was one of the best and
most suitable gifts in the market.
The agent, Mr. De Kay, could not
have timed his visit to tho country
An express laden with lumber got
stuck in Liliha street, the other day.
The lumber was taken off, and then
a second horse ridden by n man,
attached to the express by a rope,
a In. Paniolo, to assist the first in ex
tricating tho vehicle from the mud.
This true story is here related to
show how badly that street needs re
pairing. Mrs. Kruger, teacher of music,
who formerly resided on Liliha street,
has recently removed to King stroet,
near the lower end of Liliha street.
She gives lessons on the piano nt her
residence, nnd vibits families for tho
same purpose when dcsiicd. Mrs.
Krugar is an accomplished musician,
endorsed by no less an authority
than Professor Bergor, the Band
master. In response to orders from bead
quarters, tho Honolulu Eifles assem
bled at Queen stieet armory shortly
after 9 o'clock, yesterday morning,
to attend Kaumakapili Chinch with
other military companies. On reach
ing tho armory Cnptain Ashford
learned that the church service did
not begin until 11 o'clock, and not
wishing to keep tho Eifles waiting so
long, ho dismissed tho company.
Iustallation of oflicers of Lodge
Le Progres do l'Oceanic, No. 124,
A. F. and, A. M., for the ensuing
year will take place this evening at
the Lodge rooms on King street,
commencing at 7 :S0 r. at. Tho in
stallation of olllcers of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. and A. M., will
also take place this evening at the
same hour, at the Lodge rooms on
The latest report of the sugar
market (Dec. 15th), per O. S. S.
Zealandia is as follows: New York
market, Cuba centrifugals, 0G per
cent test, 5J cents ; San Francisco
market, Manila, 91 per cent test,
4.59 cents; London market, Ger
man beet, 88 per cent test, lis.
L E. MEYERS, THE. PEDESTRIAN.
The celebrated American pedes
trian, L. E. Meyers, passed through
per S. S. Zealandia en route to the
Colonies. His best record for a
quarter mile dash, is 48 3-5 seconds.
His performances in the Colonies
will be looked forward to with great
interest by the sporting world.
NOT THE REFORM SCHOOL BAND.
The sercnaders who enlivened
Palama with music, Inst Friday
night, were not Reformatory School
Band boys. Several of tho company
were boys who had been members
of that band, but whose respective
terms had expired, and henco their
connection with the baud and the
institution had ceased. This ac
counts for tho wrong' impression
that it was the Reformatory School
Tho Royal Hawaiian Rand will
play at Emma Square this evening
commencing at 7:80. Following is
Maieh King's Review Unrath
Overture Struggle for Fortune, .tiuppo
Flnulo Gluramento Sauelll
Selection The Lomhaullanb.... , Verdi
SelectionGrand Duchess.. .Offenbach
Waltz r allies , . , . Crow e
Gavotte The Stnis Kv.ins
Polka You mull Faust
Zculumlin, Arrival and
The O. S. S. Co. 's steamship
.Zealandia arrived witli tho mails,
considerable freight, and pabscugern,
as per list elsewhere, last Saturday
evening, shortly after 5 o'clock. Sho
left for Auckland unci Sydney about
0'80 tho following morning. Sho
took from liorc the Hawaiian Com
lnlssloncr lion. J. E. Hush, mid
liii Secretary, Mr. II. I Poor to
Samoa. His Kxoolleiiey W. M.
Gibson, accompanied li.v Mr. .1. S.
Webb, of the Koreijrn Olllco, was
present to bid ndlett to the Cominls
lioncr. Ueing o early in the morn
ing, tho general public wens con
spicuous for their absence. Tho
carriage, which it was intended to
take to Samoa, was left behind,
owing, it W said, to its landing being
likely to delay the steamer too long.
C. fi. MKXSOX.
Mr. Charles Edward Ilenson, well
known In this community, died at
his residence, Manoa, this morning.
He had been a severe sufferer from
consumption for several months
past, and that dreadful disease ter
minated his earthly existence, as
Mr. llciibon was a native of "Wis
bench, Norfolk, England, and was
born January 4, 1844. lie was,
after leaving England, engaged a
while in farming in Nebraska, and
more recently carried on n commis
sion business for a short time in
San Francisco. He came to these
island about six years ago. He was
a much respected member of the
Masonic fraternity, in which order
he stood high, lie was also a mem
ber of the Anglican Church choir.
The deceased leaves a young
widow to mourn his death, and a
large circle of friends, who can
testify that he was a man of probity,
honor, and rectitude, and command
ed the respect of all who knew him.
The funeral will take place from
the Anglican church at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning, when all inter
ested arc invited to attend.
HAY AND GRAIN
lowcst prices ut
ND CHRISTMAS DINNER will
bo complete without u box ot Crys
tal Soda Works Celebrated
LAST WEEK of the Volcano Pano
rama Exhibition. 18 tf
Jubilee Photogr.iphs, cm.
O bnicinj; all the
noiamo seems oi
ihu festivities, can bn obtained at Wil
liams Photographic G.il!cij 10
CH RISTM AS ami New Year Cards,
all new and of the very latest de
wigns, having been carefully selected by
our Mr. T. J.King, who has ju-t re
lumed from the Const. Cull early at
Kins Bros AH Stoic. ' 0
Dn. Flint's Hi:akt IIumkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulliaon. Descriptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patkonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. AV. llingley, Cigar
Mnnufactmcr, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to till all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
bell these cigars. Do not forget the
namo J. W. llingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda "Works, Hotel street.
CI IX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
kD nt Chas, J-
None but good hunas
need to apply.
ENGLISH OK GERMAN NURSE
Girl. Apply at Uullutin Office.
A MIDDLE AGED WRITE WOMAN
to do genural houHcwnrlc, in a
small family. Must he a good cook.
Apply at this office. 10 8t
A SMALL BROWN MARE from
thu premises of Hon. S. U. Dole.
An one returning tills marc shall lie re
warded. 10 :it
A LARGE BLACK
Now Foiuullanil Oog. Apply to
KHEI) WHITNEY, at Irwfil &. Co's.
npo the Creditors of the IJiinkrupt
X Ehtate of Qnong Yuen i.nd York
Kee take notice Tlut the undcrsluuid
Assignee of the Hslate of Qurng Yuen
and York ICeo bankrupt", hus pivpaia.
lory to Ills Unci ieeuuut and dividend
submitted his necountH us such AbMgnee
nnd tiled the mine hcfoio Htm. A. F.
Jiuld, Chief .liiiileo of tho Supreme
Court at Ins Chunihiis, to whom hu will
apply at 10 o'elrek on TucMluy the iiSlli
duy of Uceembur hist., fur a settlement
ot sam aiconms unu tor a m.-i'imrgo
from all liability a biiuh Assiguuo and
for mi order to make a llual dividend
tiiid that any pci'cou interested may then
and thoie appear nnd contort I lie same.
AV. U. I'AHKK,
Honolulu, Dee. 21st, 188Q. 1 1 fit
126 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, II. I.
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
1'r.uillcK! PlunibuiP, Oils Fitters
and Copper-iiiiltliH, No. 71 King striet,
Honolulu. 1ST JIoiifu nnd Ship Job
Wrk promptly executed. 103
Cake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Oriuunenlor in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to ma Ice 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 13ASKETS, 130XES and
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting- Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions nnd sizes, ornamented in HOTt'N'S well
known style winch defies imitation.
Of all known Yariety on Hand and also Made to Order.
CANDIED PINEAPPLE, FRUIT GLACES,
All of these in the greatest variety of goods ever shown in
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 MABE ICSE CREAM.
At 83.00 for one, and 55.00 for two Gallons. Made from Kich Egg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Daily Cream ; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to bo tho Richest,
Purest and Cheapest leu 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 ycais' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and Ice Cream
Between Fort &' Nuuanu.
tvliius DtiUdi Ml a! Unci
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT !
"We have received during the last few weeks 'ninty-threc
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS, ft litis 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 CONVINCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Allotypes, ' t
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,
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, Christmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent importniiis contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which we are prepared to
make frames to order on, short notice, at (lie lowest possi
KIM BROS." ART STORE,
Hotel 4 Union Streets. .OPEN EVENIFiCS.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Eoth Teleohones No 74.
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, etc., etc.
DO NOT LOSE
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Gutoi-iii Clotting, Gents' FnrnisMnE Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
liiitost Styles and "Novelties in Neckware.
Also, hy repeated and special request, a email invoice of tho finest hr.nd.mndc,
Ohtamahlc in thu
WEST, DOW & CO.
Now have on hand a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Endics' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OU1 FURNITURE
In all liues. Latest Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
V. IIOUNr, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Uuker.
71 Hotel St. i3r Telephone 71
WEMER & CO.
WO. 03 3POXVT Bl".!:!!
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every description of Jewelry, WalchcB,
Qold and Silver Pliitcd Ware, &c.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Storo,
Cljand C9 Hotel street,
Fresh Groceries nnd Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box iao, Hell Telephone No.
MO Mutual Telephone No, 101.
The White House,
JS'o. 11 Nuiiiiiiii Htreet.
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Kamily lloiel; Terms lleasou.
abloi Flrst.clas AeconimoUR'ionn.
M. N. BANDKHS, Proprietor.
YOUR CHANCE !
Will ho open every altcrncon and even.
ing as follows:
Hominy, Tiicmloy, IVeilucmlny and
To tho public ingeuurol,
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentleineaaml children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, ManaRor.
THOSE VEKY DKSIHA.
hlo premises No. IDSNu.innu
Avenue. Divclllnir cim aim
8 rooms; airy uutcmeni under all; kitcli
en, imntry, bathroom aud bcrvant's room
attached, carriage house, etnhlc, ftml
house j all conveniently urrnnscd; iuiet
healthful location) ueat uruuuds, fruit
trees. Ten minutes' wall; from Post
Olllcc. Eunuiro adloluinc premises olr
'TOtf J. if. WOOD.