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TIIUKSDAY, DKC. 30. 188G.
Selir llnleaknla from Pepcckeo
Scbr Malolo from S S Islands
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Sclir llnlcalcala for Pepeekeo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Selir llalcnkiila 1.303 bags sngut.
Tlio schooner Hnlcakala brought the
first sugar ot this season from Pepeekeo
VESSELS Iti PORT.
Ilk Star of Devon, I.cncll
Ilk Saranac. Shaw
Bk Nellie May, Autln
llktne W II Dliuoiul, Swift
llktne Eutekii, Meyers
llktne Wretler, Srhnaucr
llktuc Amelia, Xewhall
llktuo Mary Wlnkclniau, Backers
Bktne Ella, Hust
AU bk Manha Duvw, Pennon
Haw selir General Selgol, from French
Filiate Shoala, duo Nov iiO-UO.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Qerinan liark Hercules Seliacfer,
sailed from Liverpool, October Olh, due
Haw pcliooncr Malolo, .1 11 Hollaml,
from Maniliikl, via Tanning's Island,
due December 15-31.
Am lk Maltha Davis, FM Benson,
(,alfq4 from llqston August 7th, duq
Deoomher 1-2Q, to BroWcr'iV; Co. " '
' llrit bark Glengaber, Kolleston, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 13-31, "to
Davles & Go.
Brit bark Martha, Flslier, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lcrc Jan 15-30,
to Sehaefer & Co,
nBrit bifrVLaily Lanipson, Mars-ton,
fnjifi'Uiii Colonies, duo here pi 1'ob, to
Brewer fc Oo.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blukely, due hero Don Ifith, to
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: war-ship Explorer is oh' p6rt.
Messrs. "E. O. TIUj fc Son aio put
with a pretty calendar' for the year
Tin: barkontine W. II. Diinoncl
will tail for Sa'njErancisco on Monday
A. kul line of' STr'aiton and Storm
Cigars can bo found at llollister it
"EfjMPP Justice nylon was con
nected 'with the Honolulu polio force
for 28 years.
The strong winds played havoc
with tho couonmits nt SVaikiki, yes
A scjuXitn rigged Vessel, under
steam, was reported 20 miles off at
2 :30 tliiJ aftOmoon.
MhssnS. Frcotl," ',$; Poappck are
PHPilTs fer the Fredericksburg Browr
ing Co. cf San Jose, Cal.
A xieihno of the choir will take
place nt 3 o'clock to-morrow after
noon nt'Fortl street Church.
TinrTCgular meeting of Kninehn
mOta Lodge of Porfeclion wiU be
held at-7 :"3Q o'cloclc this evening! '
s: ' ' '- i '
Juian Bickerton received numerous
hgratua'tions on his 'new appoint-
inent fropi many friends," tjiis '(jorr
iiig, while at th'6 F'olico Coip't.
Tin: liours pf "recopliop by Her
'Afiijca'ty Queen Kapiohnii to be held
to-morrow have been changed from
11 -a. si. to 2 r. si., to 12:30 to 2 p. m.
The schooner Malolo arrived this
afternoon, 20 days from the llervy
'pipup, wjtlj 57st;ivnrtspipcn,spmo
fiver sjx feet high, for tio Pacific
THH'driU of tho Honolulu Killes,
which was to havo taken place this
ovening, has been postponed until
to-morrow ovening, on account of
tho entertainment at tho Music Hall
-v J ' , , .
'piiuf Hook K&u not yot been
brojight before the Courj. Sjnco ho
Was re-captuied jie has made dis-
n closures of n rpparkaho charactei,
Showing )iovi 'iQ wna l)'uti,iyea by his
The Government oflices will closo
nt 4 v. st. to-day and will not ro-open
before 9 a. si. on -Monday next, tho
anniversary of, Her Majesty tlio
Queon's 52iul birthday, ajl ow
dai'Is l)uy iijtervening."
Tiin"P. O. A"."'uhtlerntands that
tho Hon. Frank Paii, Slorifl' of
IJavaii, and i jtoprceentatiyo for
4 jilo, has ' been appointed Ilepuly
Majshal of to Kingdom, vipo Mr,
Mil Lewis J. Lovoy will boll at tho
Fish Market to-morrow morning, at
9:30 o'clock, 30 cords of firewood.
t At 10 o'clock at his salesroom, ho
will disposp of sonio general mop
eliandjso, etc., to tjio Jiigjieet )jilier.
I'll .- -- -m-U
TjusmorniiiK while tivl20pouiiil
tlomiinhii of sulnlfiirio nofdwns Iumiiu
lU..ift. n. fi-vk ii W.itm in f rnni nf
Jli.-4lVjibter&ao.'8 soda workn, Hote
ono was spattered with tho ncd Jiptt
'no daijjngo icsuted tiorefipin,
Four Btreet Sunday bchool heldn
' iiicnic, in tho Yoseinito rink, this
nf Uu noon, under tho supervision of
Messrs, Atherton, John Wiitcrliouso
nd AV, W. Hal) and liulies nf tlio
suliool. Tho attendance of children
was largo, and a pleasant timo was
had in skating, playing games, and
eating ico cream,
Tun Christmas entertainment of
the Hcthcl Union Sunday school will
bo hold this evening nt the Lyceum
at 7 o'clock. Besides the childien of
iho Sunday school, their pnients and
friends nio cordially invited to ho
TRIAL TRIP TO BE.
Mr. Mark Robinson's banana bout
will make Iter trial trip, probably, to
Ea, in a day or two. The occa
sion will bo one of glee. "Wny
Down Upon the Swanny Kivcr,"
"Huckleberry Finn" and other
popular songs will be sung. A bottle
of ginger ale will be broken in the
christening, and the party will be
regaled with lcnionndc.
Mr. TI. E. Mclntyrchas iinpioved
the sidewalk in front of liis resi
dence on King street, with a. cover
ing of crushed coral and black sand.
There are many places in the city
where sidewalks arc supposed to be,
hut after a shower they form noth
ing shoit of mud-holes and traps for
the unwary. On a dark night, it
is always preferable to walk in the
middle of the road and take the
risk of bolng run over, than it is to
grope along a rugged sidewalk with
a chance of breaking your neck.
As Major Ilorsoy Cornbin would
say, "ItMs 0 to 4 on a broken neck,
a dislocated collar bone, or a sprain
The performance at the Opera
House commences at 8 o'clock this
cyenjng, Hip doqrs opening $ half
iio'ur carjier. Success", as 'far as at
tendance is concerned", has been
already assured, Jy nearly all the
sitting accommodation having been
taken. And there is no doubt that
UlP pyrl'qfiiiancp itself 'Will also be a
success. Most of tho aotors and
notrossoa, although nmntoiU's, have
had some stage experience. The
play has been carefully and thor
oughly rehearsed, and the prediction
that an evening's amusement, well
worth the admission charged, awaits
ticket-holders, is confidently, yent
it'red,' ' !'' ' "' ?
The Hawaiian Band will serenade
Her Majesty the Queen at the Palace
at 8 :30 o'clock to-morrow morning.
It will pjay during tho, loco.ption at
tlio j'alaco tq-i'norrow, fro'm 12:30
until 2 o'clock', and in the evening
the band will furnish music for an
informal dance at the Palace. On
Saturday, B.andmfpHcr B,or&ci' and
Ills hoys' will niakp Now Year's calls
on tlio JRoyal family, the Ministers
of the Crown, and the Supreme
Judges, and at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon wijj pay at thp luaij n,t the
Pajacp. ' '
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
At the regular meeting of Oahu
Lodge Np. , Knglts qf P.ythias,
lie'ld last' evening, the following
ofllcers were olected : C. T. Iloyt,
P. C, i C. TI. Clark, C, O. i C. W.
Hart, Prelate j J. C. Whito, K. of
R. and S. ; S. Dwight, M. of F. ; J.
A. Rodanct, M. of E. ; J. Maik
ham, M. at A.
D. Dayton, V- C., Gcp.rae iicas,
P(. C, and 0; J. JtfoCarthy, P. C,
Trustees'.' ' '
siystic i.opon NO. 2.
Tlio following ofllcers were cect:
qd at a meeting ot Mystic Lopgo No.
Jj,' Kniglpts 'of Pythias, "tield last
evening ;' G-co. C; Stratemeycr, P.
C; K. pullpr, Q. Cti A-'finrtep-borg,
V. C. j Frank Gorw, Prelate;
J. II. Lovejoy, M. of K. ; F. Wal
dron, M. of F. ; J. Rothwell, K. of
R. and S. ; L. Touissant, M. at A.
Jj A. Mohrtens, Z. K, Jfcyef, flnd
M.' firossuraii,' Trustees.
AUDIENrjf AT THE PALACE,
Vostcrtlay foiouoon, His Majesty
the King gave iiudioneo nt Iolani
Pala'co to F. A. Schaefer, Esq.,
Consul for Italy ; Captain Luis A.
Goui, of the Chihjan map-of-war
Pllooinnyo, Upuiniandcr ynlonBiielo,
Llli'iitennn'ts A. Cuv'eas, E. F. Farin,
Juan Wjlliams, A. C. Espinpsa and
Wldsliipinah 'Juan 1J. Flllippi, ofll-
ccrs ortnq vpssei, 111a iv
of Foreign Affairs, introdw
intiQiVueed V, A.
who In turn pi'c-
Hontoil Captain Cionl nml liin olll-
cers to tlio King. Captain bom
expressed his appreciation of the
distinguished honor conferred upon
himself nnd his olllcers, to which the
King rppled u a sutabp innunor.
nis"lInJo'sty was utte.iuled by Hon.
A.' S." Ceghoin, His Excellency
Hon. "VaJtcr" Jr. Gibspn, His lixeel
Icnoy tlip Hoii. Ciirtjs 1 Iaiihca,
pifj Majesty's pliqml)ei)iiin Cap
tain $aiii)iol Npwlpip, tjijnrtpripasitir
Upneral pf thp Forces, ami Majors
A, 15. llayloy; aainucl l'arker, f,
II, Cornwoll, mid "V. V, Ltnnnlic
hoi of Ills Majesty's Staff. P.
Romo SJ8 or 2(5 veins atro. Dr.
Robert McKlbbln Shoved' his'-incdieal
lihll from wkirp IMsltop & Co.'a
bank now stands, to Queen street,
11031 iloqr to 4lcrpp Co.is. vitlin
i$ ibpye number, pf years ufld
tliaj; saincj q( ialj tip doctor m
matp many nersQipj agl ami vrv.
'4'lie old codgor, ns his friends would
often call hiin, was a little gruff at
times, but ho knew what lie was
about, and would carry out bis in
tentions, if lie had to pin his put lent
against the wa. Tlie loejor liu'a
been a great friend to bcnmun, wlio
on being hurt, would always nitikc a
bee-line for tie Doctor's ollluo. At
leisure momcuts, when tho Doctor
was In good humor, ho would toll
remarkably funny stories, lie is
now removed from Queen street to
Port street, near Merchant street.
The Doctor's lcmovnl has been n
surprise to sonic, particularly to an
elderly lady, who, on hearing that
he had moved said, after a few mo
ments' thought, "so tho Doctor has
BEt'ORU JWST1CK PltESTON.
TnuiisDAV, Dec. 30th.
The Coiut opened at 10 a. m.,
and the following cases were dis
posed of :
The King vs. Ah Wing and All
Toy, opium in possession; appeal
from Honolulu Police Court. Sen
tence of lower Court confirmed.
The King vs. Hun Wo, malicious
Injury, appeal from Honolulu Police
Court. Sentence reduced from 15
days to 3 days.
The King vs. Apana, selling
liquor without a license. Sentence
of lower Court confirmed.
THE "DAILY BULLETIN" HANSARD.
The only full and complete report
of the Legislative Proceedings of
the Session 188G, is the Daii.v'Uui.
ixtix Hansard. It is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
has been highly complimented for
tho success of his undertakings. A
few copies left, which are to be had
at J. II. Sopor's News Agency,
Merchant street ; T. 'G. Thrum's, or
at the Daily Bulletin- Olllee, Queon
street. Price 3.00 each.
A Now Explosive,
The Homo Arcws says s Another
Explosive, rejoicing in tho
curious uamo of "silotvaar," has
been discovered, this time by a
a Russian, M. Rucktchcll, an en
gineer. As compared with ordinary
gunpowder, the penetrative power
of the new explosive, when used for
cartridges, is stated to be ten times
greater. The compound of winch?
tliq cplaslyo consists is still the
secret of the inventor. Tho explo
sive emits no smoko nor heat, and
the dlschargo Is unaecompaVncd by
any report. Since these experiments
the Russian war and naval authori
ties have had tho. npw explosive
csqm'no,tl antlj tested by experts,
who aro statod to have reported
favourably upon it. It is further
stated that a motive force may be
generated with the explosive by
means of n,u engine, coisli noted by
tho inventor, for 'winch he claims
superiority over steam and gas
engines. The inventor has patented
both the explosive and the cng'inu hi
A new telcgraphjo cable between
England and It eland is to be laid,
the shore etd jojninc England at
Nevin, pi Cornryanbliirp.
Groll, tlie well-known historical
painter at Vienna, lias been couunis
bioned by CJuoen Victoria to paint
her a llfo-sizo portrait of Trince
Alexander of Battcnberg.
The Severn Tunnel will be used
for the first time for passenger
tradlc on Dpo. 1&i. Tile',' tunnel
sinco its opening has been available
for coal and 'goods trains, and as
many as 100-trucks a day have oc
casionally been scrit Mirqiigb, t,
CIO lo the UNIOX FflKD QO., fr
J Hay anil flrain. 21
LST WEEKoTtho Volcano IMno
rnma Kxliibilton. . 18 tt
SETS of Jubilee i'iiouj;r.i)lis, em.
hrnciug nil the noiablu sccnii of
thu festivities, c.ni ho obtained at Wll
lining Photographic Qalluiy. 1(1
CHRISTMAS and' New Year Curdii,
all new and of tlio vuiy latest de
signs, havlnir been carefully Rclcctc.il by
our Jlr. T. "J. KlnKi "ho has jul re.
turned from tho Const. Call early at
Kins Ercs.' Art Store. SO
Du. Fmxt'h IIhaut IIiiMnoY is a
Speeitlo fop"H f onus o'f Heart Di
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle, Rcnspn, Sm'th
Co., Agontj). ' 31
I'ATitpjpzp Homo Industry by buy
ing cigarn of J. AV. Hinglcy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Oryptiil Kodu
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tlio fn.ct; "po 'kiui.ro iji required" to
soil these elguw. 'Do hpl forget the
nanio J, W. Hinglcy, iur Hie phieo
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
EHSONS DlWIKINfl RMIM OH
SltlliifTH ut ilia Fort.St. Church can
proouro Biiuio uy applying 10 ino-irca-suior,
Jlr. J. IJ. Athciton, at Cattle &
Tliu Very Hcl, .(nut nrrlvpcl by
! tfurniiuc," for hiiIj
SI -75 PER CASE
By the Dray Load-25 Cates,
Wo Biaranlco tho 'Ieni'l" Oil,
just arrived by ' Snranac," as b'pnrlor
to any In Jhu, market n a Fiily
CASTLE & COOKE.
Pioneer Steam Candy Fact y
ake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Omainentci in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to mako 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 BASKETS, BOXES and
COKNUCOPJAS, Wax Tapers mid self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in HORN'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. IIOKN" will sell nt the
Lowest Prices tQ 9uit the Times.
As seeing s believing everybody is respectfully invited to
cidl and be convinced.
At S3. 00 for ono, and Sij.OQ for two Gallons. Made from Kich Kgg
Custard, It Js n:te from Woodlawn Dairy Cream ; guaranteed to be
made vtUout Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Kichest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Jsot a specialty exactly, b,ut aro made now us before of superior quality
and ricliuos3 of ilav'o'rand OKNAMENTKD IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yot excelled in
Factory, Store aid Ice Cream
Between ort ft Nunanu-
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT !
We havo roeeived during' the last fow weelcs ninty-three
casoB and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. It has taken
.some time to unpack and arrange them. "Wo are now pre
pared to have the public inspect (his new stock of "Novelties.
We carefully seleoted these goods during our recent trip to
tho United States, and we unhesitatingly claim this to he
the largest, finest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND ART GOODS
Ever shown hi JIp.nolu.lu,
cash, sp they can be sold
CALL AND BE
The following is ji Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paint'uigs, ;rtolypes,
'.photpgraphs, "Water (Jolors, Pastel Crayon Paintings,
Photo Albums, Gluey Photo Panels, Gold Frames,
Plush Frames, Mirrors, Silvcrwaro, Brass Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, Bouquet Tables,
"BronjHi 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 Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent iiujiorlains
of all of the latest styles in
Plush Picture "Mouldings,
make frames to order
Hotel & Union Streets,
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Both Teleohonos No 74.
These goods were
about one half the former
contain a Conmloto Assortment
Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
from which o aro prepared to
short notlcy, at the lowest possi-
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 &
JUST RECEIVED, THE
IT J.. JJL
Palest Styles aiid "N"ovelties in Xeckware.
by icjicatcd and special request, a fnuill invoice of the finest hamKnlftdt?,-v
Obtainable in tho
1ST, DOW & CO.
Now have on hand a large
Assoitment of Music Goods!
Including f.adies and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goodsiand Tors JLnjGrveat Variety.
' " Have also replenished their
stock oir axjn,isrirj:xJi,3s:
In all lines. Latest Styles Xmae CardB.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
1 1 n H
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
V. HORN, Prnclieal Confectioner,
Pastry Cook anil Halter.
71 Hotel St. -BH)?- Telephone 74.
VlfEMER & CO.
NO. OS JTOIVX" H''JllJtSXl'X'.
Constantly m linml 11 largo iiHhortiiicnl
of every description of Jewelry, Watthcs,
Gold and Silvur Plated Wuie, &c.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
Viand C!) Hotel btrcct,
Krcsh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steniner.
P. 0. Itox ICO, Hell Tolpphoiiii No.
310 Mutual Telephone Nn. 1UI.
The White House,
rs'o. 11H Niiunnu Htroott
TlJtioltilii, H. Ti
Prlvalr Kaivlty H'liul; Tcrnis Itenaou.
abUj Firat-elas Arroimnouniioni,
a 10 ly
TANT NOTICE !
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
FINEST LINES OF
ETC , ETC.
Will bo oieu every alternrou ami nea
1 11 1 j us follows:
Slouilny, Tni'Hiliiy, IVrdurNiln unit
To the public in(gencral.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For lml iff, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Managw.
THOSE WAXY I)rr,iHA.
Me prcmlfts No 105 Nu .ami
Avenue. Dwelllm; C'.i'iulm
S rooms; nliy ban'inent under all, i.itch
en, p'tulry, bathroom nnd bmnnf., mu
fvilnchid. ruirUgci licueo, ttnlib. i'o 1
Iioiiir; all conveniently urrurcccl; ( uict
ItfaltUfui lccjJtlen; ucat ground?, rult
ircc. Ten minute' valt froir .-'ost
Ofllee. Enquire adjolnini; pu-mUui ol
72 tf J. U. WOOD.