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TUESDAY,. DEC. 28. 188G.
Stun- W O Hall for Lahnlim, Mnalne.i,
Kona & Kuu :it 10 A M
Stmr LlUcllku for Kahulul nt G l- m
Stmr Lcliun for Windwards Port nt "i
Stmr Jas Mnkvc for Ilamumultt and
Kaiua at fi f m
Sfmr K Bishop for Wnlauac, Klluiicu,
mid lliimilel at Vi noon
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwitluiil for Kaiuil at 5 i m
Stmr Widalenle for Lahalua and llamu-
kua at 8 A M
Dgttic Clans Spiccl:cl$ifor San FinneUeo
UR Forest Queen for San Friinclsio
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Klnaii, Deu 27th For the Volcano:
Captain J II Barbour, U S A, Miss
Fannie Harbour, and W H Sims. For
llllo and wavimits: J P Parker wife
and family, lion W U Parke. Miss Ber
tha Smithies, Mls VAW.t Kanehakn,
Miss Clara Low, Brothers l.oitl,.I"5cpli
,lr, and Mieliael, Very Rev Father Leo
noic, Mrs A. Silva, J J Jones .1 Viura
and wife, C B Makee, W 11 Holmes, K
11 Atkins, Mr Wright, and about 130
For Lahalna, Maalaea. Kona and
Kan, per steamer W G Hall, Dee 28th
Bishop Willis, M Beromileld, Mrs
Fisher, .1 Campbell, J Kaleknla, Mrs
Burgess, Mr Howling and 45 deek.
The German baik Paellle got away
yestei day afternoon for Germany with
L'OO tons of copra, MO tons of guano,
501) bales of wool, and 220 pounds of
taro Hour, valued at 11,088.88.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Foiest Queen, Winding
Ilk Star of Duvon, Lovcll
Bk Saranae. Shaw
Bk Nellie May, Austin
Bktne AV X Dlmond, Swift
llktnc Eureka, Meyers
Bktne Wrestler, Sclin.-uier
Bktne Amelia, Xewhall
Bktne Mary WInkulinan, Backers
Bktne Ella, Bust
Bgtne Clans Spreckels, Drew
Am bk Manila Davis, Benson
Haw selir General Seigel, from French
Irrigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German hark Hercules, Schacfer,
sailed fiom Liverpool, October 0th, due
Haw schooner Malolo, .T B Holland,
from Manihiki, via Fannlng's Island,
due December 15-111.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengabcr, llolleston, from
Liverpool, due lieic, Jan 15-IU, to
Davies & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schacfer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Ain bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL
Sups or sittings in
Church can be had by
Mr. J. B. Atherton.
A sum: of rooms advertised to let,
piesonts an opportunity which does
not occur every day. Full particulars
can be had at the Bulletin oifice.
On the bankrupt estate of Quong
.Yuen and Yoik Kce, a final dividend
of 24 per cent has been declared, and
the same is payable at the oflice of
Hon. W. C. Parke.
The baik Forest Queen bails to
morrow for San Francisco at 10
o'clock.- Captain Winding is of
opinion he will reach the Coast
befoio tho next steamer.
Mn. C. O. Berger, Insurance agent,
sets forth in a most concise manner
the advantages to be gained by in
suring in the New York Life Insur
ance Co. Seo advt,
Miss Chillburg.who recently open
ed a millinery establishment adjoin
ing the shooting gallery, on Fort
street, is meeting with success in ad
vance of her expectations.
I. O. O. F. Election.
The following officers were elected
at a meeting of Harmony Lodge No.
3,1.0.0. P., held last evening:
W. O. Atwatcr, N. G., Chas. J.
McCarthy, V. G. ; L. C. Abies,
Treasurer; W. C. King, Secretary;
M. D. Monsarrat, Cecil Brown and
F. "Wilhelm, Trustees.
A Treat to Come.
A treat is in reserve for the public
of Honolulu. Next Thursday even
ing Simpson's three- act comedy,
"A Scrap of Paper," will bo put on
tho stage at tho Hawaiian Opera
House. The cast may lio found
among our advertisements. Tickets
aro procurable at J. E. Wisoman's,
at 81.00, 75 cents, and 50 cents.
Seats may be reserved at the same
place, without extra charge, Those
who wish to see the pla', should
lose no time in procuring their
Tho cntcrtaiuriicct, this evening,
at the Y. M. fiT A. Hall, will coin-
Tho Hop Pickers.
-Villkins ' and Ills
Tableaux Living Pictures.
(1) EvaandTobsy, (2) Betty tho
milkmaid, (3) Tho nun, (1) What
the Daisy lived to see, (5) Maud
Mullor, (G) The Egyptian Girl.
Part Song Tho mice in council.
Tho Police Court room, behind tho
bar, was literally piled full this
morning, with a dense mass of cx
oilcd spectators nsscmblcd to get n
sight of Chun Hook, who was ex
pected to be up for attempting to
escape the effects of f owner sent
ences. Chun was there, but was
not pill on trial, us some of the
preliminaries were not fixed, and
the authorities are in no hurry about
An Islander Abroad.
The Kcto York Mirrpr, of De
cember the 4th, has tho following of
interest here, as Mr. C. B. Poor is
brother to Mr. II. E. Poor, manager
of the Postal Savings Bank, and at
picsent attached to the Hawaiian
Commission to Samoa,on six months'
leave of absence from tho Post
The Mirror has received the wedding-cards
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
B. Poor. The couple were married
at tho Briggs House, Chicago, just a
week ago. Maud Hart is, the bride,
was a member of thu Under tho
Gaslight company, playing Peach
blossom. She is now playing Shakes
peare Jarvis in Lilt's Lights o Lon
don company. Husband and wife
aro members of the same company.
, j .i i i
tui: mission school, rowi.uu's yakd.
Tho young people of the Mission
School, Fowler's yard, assembled in
tho lecture room of Fort street
Church on Christmas Eve, where
exercises of a very interesting
character were gone through by the
school, followed 03 a liberal distri
bution of dolls, toj-s, candies and
other gifts to tho young people. A
well-arranged Christmas tree had
been erected on the platform, and
presented a somewhat unique ap
pearance with its various fruits and
its base surrounded by a large array
of dolls of various sizes. The
school numbered about 40, most of
the children being Swedes and Nor
wegians whose invariably white hair
and faces were particularly notice
able. The exercises were conducted
by Miss Abbic Johnson, superin
tendent of the school ; Miss Fille
brownc presided at the piano and
Mrs. Simpson, Miss Mary Kusiang
(Chinese) and members of tho society
of Christian endeavor of Fort street
Church assisted in carrying out all
arrangements. The means for get
ting up the tree and loading it were
also-provided by the society of
Christian endeavor. Scripture reci
tations, Christinas songs and dia
logues by the school, took up the
time for about an hour, after which
Santa Claus, with tooting horn,
snow covered coat and immense
gray whiskers, rushed in and tho
distribution of presents came next
in order. This being attended to,
refreshments were served, and this
little "raerrie making" came to a
The Chinese Mission Schools'
Christmas festival look place in the
hall of the Chinese Y. M. C. A.
Tho preliminary arrangements and
the programme of the evening were
under the direction of Mr. F. "W.
Damon, assisted by the Chinese
pastor, Mrs. Simpson and others. A
magnificent tree spread itself over
the platform, and reached thence to
the ceiling. A New England lady,
recently arrived, pronounced it the
finest Christmas tree she had ever
seen. The school children were ar
ranged, boys on one side and girls
on tho other, tothe right and left in
front. The muster of juvenile
Mongolians seemed to be about
double of the number present on tho
corresponding occasion, last year.
The boys and girls bad, over them,
their respective silken banners bear
ing Christian mottoes in the Chinese
character. Recitations, dialogues,
Christmas songs, and addresses by
Mr. Damon and the Chinese pastor,
were given, alternately in English
and Chinese. The facility with
which the infantile Chinese express
ed their pieces in English was a re
markable feature of the exercises,
some of tho learners not having com
menced English until about July
last. Tho presentation of gifts occu
pied considerable time, as tho list
was a very long one. The exercises
were all of a singularly interesting
nature, both in themselves and in
the reflections which could not but
be associated with them. The hall
was crowded by adult spectators
both Mongolian and Caucasian. A
number of rccently'nrrived tourists
from the United States were among
tho spectators, and expressed them
selves intensely interested, if not
astonished ,by the exhibition. Mr.
Damon and his co-workers were
congratulated on the success attend
ing their efforts for tho Chinese
Another Xinns Festival.
Tho members of tho juvenile de
partment of tho Young People's
Christian Temperance Union were
treated last evening, through the
generosity of tho W. O. T. U., to
their.sharo of tho festivities of the
season. Tho superintendents of tho
order, Mrs. Southwick and Mrs.
Simpson were assisted, on tho occa
sion, by Hrs. Dr. Gray. A well
laden treo had been prepared, dur
ing tho day, in tho parlors of Fort
street Church. Santa Claus was
elllciently personated by Mr. T, S.
Southwick whoso former resideuco
in Manitoba, qualified him to act
well the part of an ai rival from tho
region of snow and frost, tho home
o the mythical patron &aint of ovcry
ynlctudo festival. Festoons and
bouquets dccoiatcd the room In a
handsome manner. The young pco
plo took patt in tho songs and were
aided by tho tones of the elegant
piano, presided nt by Mrs. Simpbon,
and which on this, as on many other
occasions, was made to enhance tho
feast of reason and How of soul.
More interesting of all to tho little
folks were tho trophies of enlistment
in the army of sobiicty, borne away
by them in the form of presents
from their kind friends and patrons.
Tho efforts made by the ladies on
behalf of these future citizens of
the country rellect honor upon them
selves ami will, in time, bo grate
fully remembered by the recipients.
POLICE COURT NEWS.
Tiiuusiur, Dec. 2!lrd.
Drunkenness; Kcahialoa, SG,
Assault and battery; Kanakauui,
Monday, Doc. 27th.
Drunkenness; S. Daylcy, II.
Christopher, W. Snow, W. Crutz,
Iloomuu, Iaea, Kahcle, Fauaka,Pu
nikala, Kalaaukapu, Lcwai, Ahewa,
Kimo, Lacula, Kckai, Ivamakac, J.
Williams, O. Gnudh, Kcoki, Umi,
Ivailianu, Ivcaka, Kaiiannnui, $0
each ; O. Hansen and Albert Bray,
Affray; Tal Larson, 15; Jjis.
Fague, remanded to the 28th ; Kimo,
815 ; Knuhini, discharged.
Larceny; John Ilapa, remanded
to the 28th.
Assault and battery; T. Crow
dcy, 87.50; Howard, 15.
Disturbing the quiet of the night;
Selling liquor without a license ;
Nawclu, remanded to the 28th.
Adultery; Kahai (k), 831 and
llaupu (w), 81G.
Tong Yin vs. Sung "Wo Tai. Ac
tion on promissory note for $180.
Judgment confessed. Commission
and costs, 815.00. W. R. Castle
Makoi (w) vs. Andrew and Lu
kai (w). Assumpsit for 815. Dis
continued. Costs, 3.25.
Tin Wo vs. Lai Hung & Co. Ac
tion on note for S41. Judgment
for plaintiff for 822, with interest,
commission and costs', $5.00 added.
Thomas Rcwcastle vs. Mrs. Mag
gie Cowes. Assumpsit for 81G.02.
Discontinued, costs, $3.
John Finos vs. Kuia (w). Dis
continued, costs, 82.50.
M. Mclnemey vs. C. II. Judd.
Assumpsit for 8G.25. (Continued
from April 12th last). Judgment
for plaintiff with costs, 83.05.
Tuksiuy, Doc. 28th.
Drunkenness. II. Tobcrt, 8G ;
Win. O'Biien, nol. pros.
Selling liquor without license.
Affray. Jas. Fague, reprimanded
Common nuisance. D. N. Han
Larceny of about 80. 75. John
Ilapa, 813.10 and hard labor nine
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
No. 3 New Sr,im:s.
The third number of the new
series of our Bi-monthly Summary,
is now out. It contains l6 columns
of purely local and original matter
relating to' the Islands, and more
particularh' 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 send to one's
friends abroad. The outgoing mail
is duo here on the 17th instant from
Australia, and will leave for San
Francisco the same day. The Sum
siauy can bo bo had at tho Daily
Bulletin office and at J. II. Sopor's
News Agency. Price 10 cents per
The text-book on hygiene authori
zed by the Connecticut Legislature
last winter is to bo prepared bj' the
Stato Board of Education, and will
be ready for the public schools about
Beckmann, an architect of Berlin,
has contracted with the Japanese
Government to erect at Tokio
palaces in European style, for the
Imperial Parliament, tho Ministry
of Justice and tho Police Bureau.
SPECIAL Inducements offend In
lluy and Gndn by tho UNION
FKED CO. 10
NO CHRISTMAS DINNER will
liu umniluta without a box ot Uryi
tul Soda Works O'clehrnttd
LAST "WEEK of thu Volcano Pauo
lama Kxhibitlon. lHlf
SETS of Jubilee Photographs, cm.
briiclng all tho noiublu bccius of
tlio festivities, can bn obtained at Wil.
llama Photographic Gallery, (0
CH RISTM AS imd New Year Cir.Is,
all nuw unci of the veiy latest ilo.
blgnv, having heon carefully K-Icetcd by
our Jlr. T. J. ICIiik, ho him juM re
turned from the Uoast. Oall early at
Kins Urea.-Ail Store. 0
CtlX GOOD DHKSSMAICBUS wauled
O at OIiip, J. Kl-liol'iJ Drcfsinaking
need to uunly.
I71XGLIS1I OH GERMAN NURSE
li Girl. Apply at HuiiiKruiOmci;.
Pioneer Steam Gently Fact y.
Cake, Pastry &
. ESTABLISHED 1863.
And Only Practical Onwuiicnlci' in the 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 hoth plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christmas Trees. An im
mense assortment or Fancy BASKETS, BOXES 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 and sizes, ornamented in IIOHN'S well
known style which defies imitation.
Of 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
Honolulu. HOKE" will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfulby invited to
call and be convinced.
STKA2V1 MABE IGK CREAM.
At S3. 00 for one, and 65.00 for two Gallons. Made from Rich Egg
Custard, It h made from 'Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Clelatine, and acknowledged to be the Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specialty exactly, but arc 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 Fort & Nuuanu.
"We have received during the last few weeks ninty-three
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. It has taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. We are now pre
pared to have the public inspect this new stock of Novelties.
"We caref filly 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,
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, Graphoscopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Qhls, Etc., Etc.
Our recent imnorlitins contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, lironzo, (.Jilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from -which "we are prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets. OPEN EVENINGS.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Both Telonhones No 74.
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear) etc., etc.
DO NOT LOSE YOUR CHANCE !
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KEOE1VED, THE FINEST LINES OF
GiistoH'aile doling, Gents' Furiiisliii Goods,.
HATS, CATS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neekware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a sninll invoice of the IIiicbI liand-mndo,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable In the
WEST, DOW & GO.
Now lmve on lianrt a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's bizes
Fancy Goodsan'd Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OF FURNITURE
in all lines. Latent Styles Xmas Carcta.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and linker.
71 Hotel St. -tS!r Telephone 74.
WENNER & CO.
NO. 3 ITOJirr STXia313rX''.
Conblantly on Vxn& n lurgo assortment
of every tlesciliilionof Jewelry, Watches,
Gold uud Silver Plated Ware, &c.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
(Wand GO Hotel htreet,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Jlox iao, Hell Telephone No.
J 10 Muluul Telephone No. It) J.
The White House,
.No. J1H Nunimii Htrc-ot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family llotul; Tcriiy Reason,
able; l'llbt-cliins Accouuuodallous.
M. N. BAND BUS, Proprietor.
FASHION ! :
Opposite Irwin & Co's
"Will bo open every uttcrncon nnd even,
hit; as follows:
aromlny, Tuvmlny, WcilnrHtlny mid
To thu public ingcnerol.
For Indies niid gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Kcningi.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
THOSE VERY DK81RA.
bio prcmiecB No. JU3 Nun tnu
Avenue. Dwclllnir coniiiiu
8 rooms; airy buscinent under nil: kuch
en, p.mtry, bathroom and servant's j.om
attached, cairiage lioutc, sluble, inl
house; nil conveniently arrnuccd; rulet
heal lb t'ul Iceatlon; neat ground.", ,ruit
trees. Ten minutes' ulk rom J'ost
Olllce. Enquire adjoining tncinlfu of
73 tf J. II. WOOD.
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