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'FIUDAY. K0. 31. 188G.,
VBktno Planter from San Francisco
Jugtnc W G Irwin from San Francisco
i ' UblWIIUHb;
1 Uideetnber ill
f yAr llaleahaln for Fence
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
fttttir Llkelko for ivnhulul
tmr SuinrWo for Kuan
itmr Mokolil for Molokal
a Tibinn V II nimniiil for Sun I'luuclsco
x Steamer Llkellko Is due to-inorrow
ai . oini'illnff
V The Uktne Planter, Perihnau master,
and the ltgtno W. G. Iiwiti, MeCulloch,
iluibter, arrived this morning, iaeb 21
', .days from San Frnnolco, with large
: (riirgoes of general nierehamll'c.
From Han FiancUco, pet HktnoPlnn-
i ter, Dec :Ust Mrs O'llrlen, Mis Kynn
S and S children, MNs Lucas and Mrs
' VESSELS IN PORT.
BJitne rianu-r, Perrlinan
Jlglne W G Irwin, MeCulloch
31k Star of Devon, Lovcll
Ilk Saranno. Shaw
111, Vnllln Atnv. Austin
U uoWll Dinioml, Swift
Mfcrinnrcil Kelrel. from French
Sfoalsjauc Nov" 20-30.
rKVJUyqra; lrom iiuuxnuiig, "
man,, bark Heroines, hcnneicr,
frdm JLlverpool, October 0th, due
" Urll bark Glengaber, ltolleton, from
Liveipool, due huio, Jan 15-:U, to
Davles & Co.
Brit bark- Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, jailed Sept !), due lore Jan 15-80,
to Sclr.iefer & Uo.
Urlt bark Lady Lnmpson, Mnrston,
from tho Colonies, due here in Feb, to
, Biewqr & Co.
' Aurbktnu S N Castle, Hubbard, from
' 1'ort dJlakely, duo here Dec lfltli, to
Cjistle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Honolulu Rifles will drill this
Mnssns. C. R. Bishop & Oo.'s bank
will bo closed to-morrow.
r"I'in: Co-tmitncrshin firm of Messrs.
frown & Phillips is dissolved.
! The Honolulu Dramatic Club will
Lvo another entertainment next
'rP, -r . ...c x,. a -
iz y January term oi wiu oiijiuiiiu
GainiTapena on Monday next at 10
Al m. ,
'Tun Hawaiian baric Star of Devon
, had a pretty display of flags flying
Tim limni in tlin Piilnno viml is
I being superbly decorated for the
Tin: Kinnu from the Volcano, and
jLiiC iltl Eureka, Meyers
VVljitno Wi est lor. Sclnmuer
fcTiM5PJ'"u Amelia, Xcwhall
fZ j! Mary Wli-kclnian, Hack
if J CO- s.tiElln, Kust
m rrT -
7k.f. in? afV
I,, i the lwnliuu Horn Kauai, are uuo noio
J (Sunday morning.
Ml ., zr-:r". r1 r, ,..:if
sb'il on Monday, at 12 noon,-4C &haies
dl block in tho Peoples' Ice Co.
v . .- -
A c'ohuugateu ilOll AuilM? TS JIC"B
Uliilt oi tho corner of Queen and
Alakea streets, to be u.scd as a btoie
hoiibc tor Mr. E. B. Tlioma.
The Royal JIawi'ian Band will
iw.t in.il.-o Nmv "YTiiir'H i:iilh to-mor-
II row, being engaged to play at the
i ltiau to be given at the Palace.
11 Tins evening at the Skating Rink
is specially for tlio lauies, in accord
ance with thd legulations of that
fu6cinaling placo of amusement.
O.N Sunday next tho Row J. A.
Cruzan will conduct tho morning
borvicc, at tho tibiial hour, and tho
"Row Dornian will preach in tho evon
'ing. i Tin: Queen's Own, 22 strong,
marched to tho battery this morning,
k t() firo ,tho Royal salute, and tho
)ljing's 'Own 22 btrong, went to the
' "" laco, to act as guard of honor.
The V. Ci. .Irwin which arriveil
'this morning fiom San Francibco,
. brought 15 horbes and 1 bull for Mr,
( Lowell, 1 bull and S cows' for Mr.
, Henry Mucfailane, and 1 cow for Mr.v
jI Thekh will bo a "giaud" inHtalla-
, tion oi omcors oi uium J.odgo, JC. of
S. P., next AVednehday evening. Dojmty
ruipicmo unaneeiior JJavui uayion
will bo tho iuBtiilliug ofllcur, assisted
by tho piiBt olllecrs of Mystic Lodgo
""' "' uarKumino inary wiuKciman
Will piobably get away noxt week.
S,ho lias boon heio sineo November
ljth, neaily two inontljH, Tho Geo.
O. Perkins, which lately sailed for
mi I'l-ancisco, wuitcd hero two
jnths for a cm go.
tjAiTAiN Goo. Tiait, master of tho
lioouor Sybil, of Auckland, was
puked ovcibonrd, near Manahiki,
j)iitl),by tho jibing of tho main-
jbm. Ono of his sailors went over
,"oi imii, nut uoioro nicy weio
tfc -ked up, tho Captain was dead.
A SEA C(PTAIN SHOT AT.
(Victoria, Dcci-mbcr 'Jth. Captain
Iftlgg of the barker. R. Foster, was
i im i, lu-uuy uy ntfiiarti uienn,
do tho former (ns standing on
IV vessel at Ksnuhualt harbor.
x..o lillc ball struck the ship, but
jijurcu uo one. uienn wnanncstcd.
At nti curly hour this morning,
about fiO members of tho Police
force, led by the Reformatory
School Rand and tho Portuguese
Rand, playing alternately, matched
to the Palace, where they paid the
customary birthday respects to Her
Majesty the Queen. Mnrshal Knulu
kou marched in front of his men
within olllcer on cither sido of him.
A HERO'S FUNERAL.
The funeral of Captain Grace, of
the Atlantic liner America, and
Commodore of the National Line,
look place on Nov. 21), ii presence
of n largo number of associates and
friends. During the recent heavy
gales in the Atlantic Captain Grace
remained at his post on the bridge
for forty-eight hours, though almost
stnrvcdto death and drenched with the
waves. When the gale moderated
ho went to his cabin, took to his
bed, and died in a few hours from
inflammation of the lungs.
AN INTERPRETER WANTED.
The first case brought up before
the newly appointed Police Justice
yesterday, was against a Chinaman
and a Portuguese, charged with
affray, neither of whom could speak
the English language. The Chinese
interpreter Mr. Li Chcong, was on
hand as usual, but the Government
not having provided for a Portu
guese interpreter, and there being
uo one who could, or who would, in
terpret in that language, the case
was postponed for a while until some
one was found to till tho void.
The following Decorations are
gazetted in this morning's Adver
tiser: Mr. Gideon "West and Adjutant
J. Kahalcwai to be Ofliccrs of the
Royal Order of Kapiolani.
Captain Robert Parker, Lieute
nant S. Maikai, and Lieutenant F.
J. Fcary, to be companions of the
Roj'al Order of the Crown of Hawaii.
Rosa Puniwaa Kaukaha to be
Companion of the Royal Order of
It has also pleased His Majcst3
to confer the medals of the Royal
Order of Kapiolani upon W. Ivaau
wni, W. AVana, Mrs. Mahoc, Mrs.
Kaaipuaa and Luakini.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Along with this issue of the Bul
letin our subscribers are presented
with a time table, showing the date
of arrival at Honolulu from San
Francisco, and departure from Ho
nolulu for San Francisco, of the
Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamers, for the year 1887. This
table is made up from the Com
pany's published tabic, omitting the
portion relating to Australia and
New Zealand, and presenting in con
cise form taat part which is of in
terest to islanders. This table, we
trust, will be serviceable to our
At the Iiycouin.
The services to-moow will be as
Sunday school and Bible class at
9 :45 o'clock.
Public Worship at 11 and 7:30
n'dock. In the morning the Sacra..
administered. In the even in ir ,.,
Rev. E. C. Oggel, the v w,n
nrcach on the oncnir .-.!. i.
tiW.. V- ..iB"Uji:.uitU
1-v.ix oi i rayer," as suggested by
the Evangelical Alliance, ''O Thou
that hcarest prayer, unto Thee shall
all fresh come." Ps. 05:1.
A cordial invitation is extended to
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
No. 4 New Sekies.
The fourth lumber of the now
series of our Bi-monthly Sumjiahv,
is now out. It contains 30 columns
of purely local and original mutter
relating to the Islands, and moro
particularly 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 ono's
friends abroad. The outgoing mail
is due here on the 17th instant from
Australia, and will leave for San
Francisco the same day. The Sum
mary can bo be had at the Daily
Bulletin odicc and at J. II. Sopor's
JNows Agency. Price 10 cents per
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
"A Styrap of Paper," Simpson's
three-act comedy, wns put on the
stage and acted, last night, in a
manner highly" creditable to all con
cerned. In faq'tt l ;matours might
have passed Sov professionals, do
perfectly did t1,c.V P'y their res
pective parts. Mr. J. F. Brown
and Mrs. J. D. Stiong sustained the
principal characit?rs wit such con
summate ability th'lt tll "ost severe
critic would haw "clilllculty in lind
ing a defect, iur. v- Wshop was
laughably droll, a ' Mr. II. AV.
Morse did about -s wtl1 as it as
posslblo for auyono ,o do. Miss li.
Parke, Miss R. Ma" a Miss S.
King merited tlte sa " compliment.
Miss Z. Atkiuson flayed a pretty
little patt very prctl.'ly- Mr. F. P.
Hustings and Mr, ! Dowsclt re
presented charaete rs that had not
much to do, hut they did it Ihor
oughly well. In liort, no expecta
tion had been raided respecting the
perforiniicc that was not fully
realize Notl-'ing but tho most
C;irp'ul-'n(i.-"faorougk study could
havo produced Mb result that Wis
manifest last night. Tho audience
was large, and evidenced deep in
terest by close attention thioughour.
Appreciation was also evinced by
frequent applause. His Majesty
i the King, accompanied by Princes
I Kcliinhonui, Kalaniannolo and Ka
wanannkoa, occupied tho royal box.
THE "DAILY BULLETIN" HANSARD.
The only full and complete report
of the Legislative Proceedings of
the Session 188C, is the Daily Boi.
i.inisr Hansard. It is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
has been highly complimented for
the 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 Bii.i.ktin- Olllce, Queen
street. Price $3.00 each.
Loss of tho Swedisli Baric
Diaitii, n tho Starlmok
For the following we arc under
obligation to Captain Holland, of the
The Swedish baik Diana, Captain
J. Meyer, of Ilcilscnbcrg, Sweden,
bound from Port Townscnd, V. T.,
for Sydney, with a cargo of lumber,
went ashore on Starhuck Island, on
the night of August 11th last, be
coming a total wreck. Tho captain
and crew remained on tho Island
until October 12th. No vessel hav
ing been seen in that time, Captain
Meyer, the first and second olllcers
and 8 men, put off in two boats,
steering for Maiden Island. Mis
sing that Island, and after being 14
days in the boats, they sighted the
Island of Manahiki. After remain
ing at Manahiki a few days they
were taken to Australia by a passing
guano vessel. Four of the ship
wrecked crew were left on Starbuck
Island, there not being room in the
boats for them.
The Cork correspondent of the
Dublin Freeman's Journal tells the
following strange story : "From the
unquestioned facts, which have re
cently come to light in Coik, it
seems that some persons arc en
deavouring to procure informers re
garding the alleged existence of
Fenian societies in Cork, and that
large sums of money have been
offered with the view of obtaining
the required information. It ap
pears that a well-known gentleman
in Cork, who was suspected of be
longing" to a secret society, has been
interviewed by two of the most pro
minent members of tho detective
forco very recently. A detective
went into the premises of the gentle
man alluded to, and, after some in-
troductory rcmaiks, said if he re
quired plenty of money he could
have it by dropping him a line or
two per month concerning what
look place in Fenian circle in the
city. The detective stated that
they were receiving information on
these matters from three or four
persons in the city at present ; that
they were not at all satisfied that
their information was correct, and
that they wanted a man like ';;,-
who was well ii)) in tlSSecrets of
.the organization, to give them bona
Jide information relating to the past
as well as to the future of it. The
TCtBCtTCJll5)J'y.t,u o, gwtvrtviUou iliat
if the information was given in the
way ho wanted ho would pass by his
informant in the street and pretend
that he had never seen him. The
attempt at informer-manufacturing
was, however, entirely unsuccessful,
and the detective was directed to
take his departure, and to lose no
time about it. Three days subse
quently a district inspector called at
the same place, being, no doubt,
convinced that his underling had
played his cards badly. He repent
ed the detective's offer, which was,
however, refused. The district in
spector expressed an opinion that
there was a Fenian circle working
in the Cork young Men's Socict3r,
tho Cork Literary and Scientific So
cict', and the Cork Young Ireland
Society, and asked the gentleman to
join one of these clubs. He, how
ever, refused, and stated his belief
that nothing of the kind was going
on, and that the inspector was en
HAY AND GRAIN. Tlio very
choieeH uiticlc at the very lowest
prices at the UNION PEED CO. 22
LAST WEEkVTiio Volcano Pmio
rama Exhibition, 18 tf
SETS of Jubilee Photographs, em.
bracing all tho notnblo scents of
tho festivities, can lie obtained at Wil.
llamB l'liolagrapliio Gallery. CO
C1 H R ISTM AS null New Year Ounls,
all new and of the vciy latest de
tsitfne, lmving bcun caiefully selected by
our 2Ir. T. .1. KhiB, "ho hub jim re
turned from the Ooust. Call early lit
KiiiK Bros.' Art Store. SO
Dit. Flint's IIiiaht J(i:mi:dy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease ii'nd uIbo fur Dide.isds of Kidneys
and Circultiaon, Descriptive book
with every bottle, ltoiibon .Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Pa'jkoni.i: Ilomu Indiibtiy by buy
ing cigars of .1. Vv". Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho CryMal Soda
Works, where ho is propau'd to fill all
oidun at tho lowest pos-bible whole
sale prices. Island outers (solicited
and promptly tilled. Tho attention
of dealeis is icspectfully invited to
tho fact "no lieoiuo is required" to
soil thcbO cigaib. Do not forget tho
name J, W, Hing'oy, nor tlio placo
Ciybtul Soda Woikv. Hotel Htrcot.
l StaamCandv Facf v I - " 7 :". J.
F. HORW, - - - .
And Only Practical Ornuimmter in the IvingdouT-eor
fully invites Parents and those who intend to make lx.,ct
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock; tho largest ever shown in Hono
lulu, consisting- oC many thousand pounds of! both plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christinas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
COiraiTCOPIAS, "Wax- Tapers and self-supporlin- Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in IIOE.!N'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. HOlllSr will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing- is believing" everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
At 83.00 for one, and 5.00 for two Gallons. Made from Bich Egg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Bichest,
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-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and Ice Cream
Between ort & Huuanu.
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT !
We have received during- tbe last few weeks ninty-threc
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. T has taken
sonic time to unpack and arrange them. We are now pre
pared to have the public inspect this new stock of jSTovelties.
Vc carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United States, and we unhesitatingly claim this to lie
the largest, finest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND AUT GOODS
Ever shown in Honolulu. These goods were bought for
cash, so they etui be sold for about one half the former
CALL AND BE CONVINCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
tions : ' -
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artotypes,
Photographs, "Water Colors, 3'astel Crayon Paintings,
Photo Albums, GHace Photo PanelsGold Frames,
Plush Frames, Mirrors, Silverware, Brass Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, .Bonrptet Tables,
Bronze Frames, Ebony Brackets,
MedallioipPhotographs, Autograph Albums,
Holiday Souvenirs, Graphoscopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Girds, Etc., Etc.
Our recent imporlains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, liron.e, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which wo arc prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets. OPEN EVENINGS.
nr .a " n.
and hundreds of other articles
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Both Teleohones No 74-
CI AL !
EKflf V3 ftju ' ",t .
tot! k s ut ,he
m iitta:o1 STOCK
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Gook Boots
Underwear, etc., etc. '
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - -
Corner of Fort &
JUST KECE1VED, THE
i j m.Ai.: n
IU1U 1UUUU UllflUUlg,,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETp.
Iititest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a snudl invoice of tho finest liand.rnade,
Mosf Durable Gents9 Shoes
Obtainable in the
I, DOW 4 CO
Now have on hanil n large
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goodstand Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OF JUIfclVXTTJjEfciE!
In all lines.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
Will bo open every afternoon imii even
ing an follows:
aromlay, TutMlny, WrilurHilny mid
To tlio public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Wessons in Fancy SKatlng.
Friday and (Sumnlay Evenings.
Wil MAM WALL, Manager.
The White House,
IS'o. 118 rViiiinim Hti'cet,
Honolulu, H. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Ilcason.
able; First-chips Acioiuinodntlons.
YOUR CHANCE !
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
FINEST LINES OF
KK K l
StyloB Xmas Cards.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
AVfctrJEJL. (SXi5IKK IF SUF
lletent induccinenr U offered) will '
leave Volcohaina for nonoliilu iircct "
nliniil March noxt nxd will take freight '
and pnssenuers at very low rtcs.
Laborers anil others wishing to pre.
engage, passage for their faintllcj or
friends may niaku arrangements with
the undersigned. For frclidit or pasncc
03) apply to PAUL 110HM
To Planters and Employe rs
npjJH UNDEIISIGNED DEGS TO
X Intimate that he has made nrrnur;e.
inentBto bring fiom Japan e.pcriciKcd
ladles' maids, ltousemulds, children's
nnrhcs, house and stable boys, garden,
crs, and general 6crants, agricultural
auu general lauorcrs, saiiorp, etc.
Tho knowlwlgo acquired by the un.
dersiguid of tbu Japanese dining his
stay of 10 years In Jnpun enables him to
select suitable persons, which will glvo
satisfaction to their employers.
Persons wishing to avail themselves
of llils opportunity to secure good ser
vants and laborers will please rommuul
cate with the uuilertigncd, who will call
at nilices and private lionises, If dethed,
to glvo information and receive on'.jre.
Tho undci signed bus had mui. . ex.
pcrlenco with tho laboring cla of
.lupiiii, and '.villi UU l.'uowUdgo o 'lie
lungimgo may bo able 10 givu Vf.ltinblo
advice to plnuturs and others. Jlj is
willing to vlth pluutatioas-and inillh on
thelslunds, PAUL 11UJ1V,
No. VJ IJcrctanU Stieet, or Ki. 81
King Street. Mutual Telcilione UO .
M u. m