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fifiy Christmas, New Ycnrs anil
Birthday Curds, of llio very latest
styles, selected by onr Mr. XV. C.
King daring Ills lulo tiip to Ame
rica. Como now before the rush,
and get first choice. All goods new.
Anything purchased now will be put
aside subject to order.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 1888.
Stmr Kaala from Waialua and Walnnno
Bktnc Ella from Humboldt
Bk Lady Lampson fiom San Francisco
Stmr 0 It Bislioi) irom Koolau
Schr Kaulkeaoull for Kohala
Schr Moiwnhine forllamakua
Schr Lavinia for Ewa
Schr Munuokawai for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kuala for Walauao and Waialua at
For Maui and Hawaii, per Kluati,
Dec 4 For Volcano: Henry Woimiug
ton, J W Webster. F Wilding, Captain
Cluney. For llilo and way ports:
Chief Justice Judd, Ills Excellency
L A Thurston, Paul Neumann, (Jlias jn
Spencer, V V Ashford, XV O Smith, A
Kosa, G P Wilder and wife, SE Bishop,
H M Whitney, W J'omeroy, XV E Bow
el, Geo Campton, V J Wiigbt and
wife, J F Colburn, F Banker, XV U Mc
Lean, Itev Father James, Major Sam
Parker, W Burlowltz, and about 80
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Dec 4
HisExJoua Austin, Dr Kimuhura,
D Trask, viiss Louisa Kaluna, O Lar
sen, O Smith, Miss Austin, and 50 deck.
For Maui per stmr Likelikc, Dec 4
J A Eodanet, J W Pratt, Miss J Hare,
Miss Dayton. J Lucas, J M .Mcl.hcsney,
HobtMoie, Miss McChcsney, CaptL U
Hubbard, M A Gonsalves, Jjmes Hunt,
James Welsh, A Lucas, Dr It B Wil
liams, Judge Dayton and wife, J AHas
slnger, AV G- Ashley, Z K Meyers and
wife, Mrs II Johnson, Miss Bichle, THiss
Mct'andlcss, It M Fuller, A Gartenberg,
C J McCarthy, P O'.-ullivan, G Strate
nieyer, M N Kennedy, C XV Ziegler, P
A Dias, Jnb Kidwcll, Frank Gcrtz, F
Harrison and wife,Misses Nott (2), Miss
"Ward, Fred Lewis, J L Torbct, Mrs
Hebbard, MissL Torbert, F Waldrou, C
T Wilder, W (J Wilder, Jr, A W Rich
ardson, Prof H Beiger, Henry Smith,
Tlios Lloyd, Major S D Holt.J 0 White,
J Riley, members of the ltoyal Hawai
ian Band, and 40 deck.
Tho bark Aldeu Bessie is still at Ka
bulqi, Maui- She will leave that place
. within a fortnight with sugar for San
SCHMIDT In this city, Dec. 5, to the
wife of H. XV. Schmidt, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A Heiwfokd bull is offered for sale.
The "Fiiond" for December is out.
Another rat was caught in the
Supreme Couit this morning.
The topsail schoonor Malautu is
offered for sail. Particulars else
where. . ,. . .
The road at tho corner of Garden
Lane. and Hotel street lias boon re
Tun Minister of Foreign Affairs
and tho Minister of Interior nro both
"nbsent from the city.
. . .
, ;The caso of James Bennett,
charged with larceny of a chequd
has been .remanded to Monday.
The bark Lady Lampson is outsido
from San Francisco, as wo go to
press. Slio ought to have later news,
M. Goldhkho had an addition to
his family to-day in sliapo of twin
boys. Call at his storo and seo them
find congratulate him.
Tin: members of tho choir of tho
second' congregation of St. Andicw's
Cathedral, aro requested to attend
rehearsal this evening nt tho usual
i ' .
JCeep in lnind that Mr. Jos. Tinker
of, tho City Meat Market, lias always
nice bologna sausages on hand, of
his own manufaotuio. They are niob
for breakfast or lunch.
Mn. L, J. Lovoy will hold his rogu
lar cash sale at 10 o'clook to-morrow
morning when lie will clear qnt a
largo quantity of goods at any price,
po as to make room for now goods for
tho holiday season,
On Friday noxt, commencing at
10 o'clock, Mr, L. J. Lovoy will hold
a Christmas auction salo of paintings
and art goods, at tho salesrooms of
G. V, Macfarlano & Co. Tho goods
will bo ready for inspection to-mor-row
DIARIES for 1889.
Cj7"Wo have just received our in
voieuof the Pacific Coast Diaries for
1881). Call early as they arc going
fast. Remember wo will not be un
dersold on Holiday Goods. Call and
Hawaiian News Co.,
25 Mei chant street.
Another oil painting by Joseph
Nawahi, is on exhibition in A. M.
Ilowctt's storo window. It is a viow
taken from Diamond Head and shows
pait of Kapiolani Tark, Waikiki,
Punchbowl and tho "Waiauao moun
tains. EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles at
Monthly meeting Protection Hook
and Ladder Company at 7:30.
Oahu Lodgo No. 1 K. of P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Services at the churches at 7 :30.
Engiuo Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
Engine Co. No". 1, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
TWO OIL PAINTINGS.
In King Bros, art gallery, may be
seen two panel oil paintings, one a
bunch of ohias or mountain apples,
the other a bunch of mangoes. They
were painted by Miss P. E. Bishop
and are perfect little gems. So
faithful are they to naturo that one
is almost tempted to pick the fruit.
A close examination discloses the
most artistic work.
DEPARTURE OF THE LIKELIKE.
There was an unusual crowd of
people on the wharf yesteiday to
witness the departure of the Like
like for Maui with the Knights of
PythiaB excursion party onr board.
The flag recently presented to Mys
tic Lodge by Mrs. and Miss Ilas
singer, was flying from the steamer's
mainmast. Punctually at five
o'clock the steamer left her dock,
amid cheers from the croud on the
wharf. The members of the Hawai
ian band gave several native airs as
the steamer passed out the channel.
NEW SCHOOLHOUSE AT KAANA
PALI. The Board of Education has re
ceived the following tenders for the
erection of a new schoolhouao at
Kaanapali, Lahaina, Maui :
Geo. Lincoln $1,G90
S. Kanahele 1,560
II. F. Bcrtelman 1,500
A. Trask 1,380
Smith & Mills 1,330
James "Wallace 1,280
Andrews & Kaaumoana 1 ,2G5
The last named tender was ac
cepted. SUPREME C0URT--IN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE DOLE, J.
la probate, guardianship of Mary
Lahapa, a minor. Petition of Ka
mala (w.) and Kainuwai (k.), for
appointment of Samuel Ilaluapo as
guardian. Continued from the 3d,
and further continued by agreement
of counsel to the 17th. J. L. Kau
lukou for petitioner ; S. K. Kane for
IU I'lJllt I .1 i.Jl.,,1 , I 1
' POLICE COURT.
"Wednesday-, Dec. 5th.
Five drunks forfeited bail of SO
Peter Peterson, pleaded not guilty
to a charge of drunkenness, but was
found guilty and fined $5 and $1
Thos. Brown, was fined $5 with
$1 costs, for the same offense.
Editor Bulletin: As a well
wisher of tho Islands, I would like
to know how it is that men-of-wars
men of overy nation, but that of the
Unitod States, aro arrested merely
for safe keeping, while those of the
United States have to pay line. Is
it because there is a dominant Eng
lish party hero or that the American
element is in a hopeless minority?
Anyway tho fact remains, that Am
erican men-of-wars men have to pay
fines and English men-of-wnrs men
A GOOD lcsponslble respectable Gill
as Nurse hi a gentlemen's family.
Aply J. K. BROWN & CO.
A WO MAN to take care of Chlldreu
and attend to General Uousowoik.
Apply at the Ofllee of tho Daily Bulle
tin. 113 St
MUSIC furnished .for balls, parties
and serenades by Palmer's String
Band. Orders left at O. E. Williams1,
or ring up Mutual Telephone Jt.'HJ. 74 tf
WENNER & CO.
Have just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Rings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, etc.
JBSF Prices within the reach of all.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Horses 5 Cows
On Saturday, Dec. 8th,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
Immediately after the Administrator's
Bale, in ftont of my Salesroom,
I. will sell at Public Auction
2 IMPORTED DURHAM COWS,
Good Milkers. Alsc,
2 FINE HAWAIIAN MARES,
Broken to Harness.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
114 4t Auclloucer.
Aflministrator's Sale !
HORSES & COLTS,
BY order of Hon. W. O. Smith, Ad
ministraior (with tho will annexed)
of thi! Estate of Z. Y. Squires, deceased,
I will tell at Public Auction, in front
of my balesroom, Queeu street,
On Saturday, Dec. 8th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The Following Stock:
1 Pair Wagon Mares,
Sired by ("Cator;"
1 4.Yeai Old Gray Colt,
1 Yellow Saddle Mare,
2 Riding'Mares, Oregon Stock
5 Young Colts & Fillies,
(a to S years old);
1 4-Wheel Wngon,
. 1 double Harness,
2 Spanish Saddles,
2 Bridles & 3 Halters.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
111 lw Auctioneer.
OWING to additional ropal's boing
required to School Street Urldjie,
sild Bridge will bo closed to all truffle
until further notice.
n. F. HEBBAKD,
113 In Road Supervisor.
HOTJ8E on Berclania street
lately occupied by Z. E.
Myers, Esq. For further par.
ticulars inquiro of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
110 lw Custom House.
Hereford Bull, im.
ported from New Zon.
land; about 6 years old.
Can be seen in tho paddock opposite
funahou, Iuquire of
o: H. JUDD,
114 lm At A. J Cart wrlghl'a.
Schooner For Sale.
THE Top-suil Schooner
'M-ttnutu," 107 tons
register, built in New Zea
land In 1870, will be told
w tu her Sails, Boats, Chronometer and
full Inventory of fittings Sim h a lino
-vessel, a good stiller, and la excellent
condition, Anply to
114 lw TUEO a. DAVIES & CO.
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLAHE & Co.
Havo Just Opened a New
FANCY GOODS !
Wlilch aro now on exhibition nt
their Salesroom (upstairs), and
For Sale at Great Bargains i
JCSy-Tlieso Goods are just to hand by
recent urrlvulu and comprise uu
Unusual Choice Solection
Latest European NoveltieB,
OB PRINTING ol all lsludi ese.
cuted at tho Daily Bullktin Office.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Lovoy.
AUCTION SALE OF
Crown LanJ. Leases !
Hy order of tbe Commissioners of Crown
hands, tho Leasts of tho fol-
lowing Lands for a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
Will he eold nt Public Auction,
On MONDAY, December 10, '88
AT J O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At the Salesrooms of Lewis J. Levey,
1 Haolnhul, N. Kona, about 0 miles
North of Kallua by rojd, land extends
from tho tea to tho woods, portion near
the uppor Government road, good for
colico raising, said to have a good sea
fishery, area about 1000 acres. Upset
2 Buna 8, N. Kona Bcmnant of
about '20 acres at tho sea, mile Bouth
3 Onouli 2, S. Kona, containing 3G7
act es, four miles from ICnawaloa Land
ing, formerly leased by II. N. Green,
4 Honomaliuo, S. Kona, Ahupuaa
ne.ir the ICau line, land extends from
the sea to tho upper ridge of the Kona
forest, landing good about 2 miles from
upper Government road, area about 3000
acres. Upset price, 8250.
6 I'onnbawai, llilo, Sec. I, extends
frum the Ilalal Hills towards Mauualoa,
about 10 mllua. Good for glazing pur
poses, urea 2,890 acres. Upset price,
See. II, remaining portion of tho sea
frontage, containing about 8 or 10 acres.
Upset pi ice, $100.
Sec. Ill, IV and YI, Bcmnants in
town, good Building Lots.
7 Polipoli, Waiehu, Cane and Kula
Land. About 60 acres. Upset price,
8 Alamihi, Lahaina, Kula Land and
Fish Pond, containing an area of 9$
acres. Upset price, $25.
9 Lapnkca, Luhaina, 20- 00 acres in
10 Illkabi, Lahaina, Remnant of
11 Mokuinia, Luhaina, Fish Pond at
Waince, makai of Church.
12 Waialua, Hunu, good Pasture
Laud, area about 800 acres. Upset
13 Napill, Kaanapali, Pasture Land,
about 300 acres.
14 $ Kaukiihoku, in 0 pieces, 8 44.
Apaua 1, rS4 acre,
Apauii 2, &9G acie, 1 taro patch of
Apnna 3, 388 acre, 2 taro patch of Kau
palt. Apaua 4, 177 acre, I taro patch ol
Apnna 5, 0 acre, 1 taro patch.
Apmi V, 07a acie, 2 taro patch.
15-1'ukelc, Palolo Valley:
bee. 1, Taio and Pasture Land, 1C2
Bee. II, makai part of Valley, Pas.
turo Land, 301 acres.
1 6 Waiomao, Palolo, Taro and Graz
ing Land at head of Valley, area 74BJ
acres. Upset price, $380.
17 Poloke, Makiki, remaining half,
tarn land, 437 aero.
18 At Kaneohe, Koolaupoko:
(1) Part ot Sec 1 Pasture Land nnd
Fish I'ond ntar Mokapu, 853 acres.
(2) Sue. O, icmainiug portion of Ka.
uoliouluiwl, Pasture and Fish Pond,
contaln'ng 5 acres.
(3) Sec. D, Kaluapuhi, Taro and Kula
Lund, U acres.
(4) Sec. D, 2, Khluapuhi, 1 15-100
(5) 8ec. F, Walkalua waho, at sea,
Taro and Kula Land, 2J acres.
(C) Sec. G, Walkalua walio, tho lele
called Lannlla, Taro Land, 51). 100 acib.
(7) tiec. U, Walkalua Loi, CI-100 acre.
(a) Sec. J, Keaalau, Lele of Wnikalua,
00 65.100 acres, Fish Pond 8 acres, re
mainder good pasturage at sea.
(9) Two Islands of Mokumanu, off
B2T Further particulars of tbe abovo
Lund?, Istc., may bu obtained at the
odlce of tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Alilolani Hale.
CUBT1S P. IAUKEA,
Commissioner & Agent o( Crown
LEWIS J. JLEVEY,
58 tdw 111 7t-d Auctioneer.
ALL parties indebted to W. 8. Luce
on tho 80th day of Septomber last,
are requested to settle up their accounts
at once. W. S. LUOE.
By hia attorney. in.f act, Frank Ilrown.
rPIIB undersigno 1 being about to leave
JL the Kingdom, requests the imme
diate settlement of all accounts duo
N. F. Burgess, or steps will be taken
to collect tho same.
109 2w G. W. BURGESS.
I BEG to inform tho PuMlo that I
have disposed of my interest in the
Expiess Business, known as Cummlngs
& Fisher, to Jlr. Fisher, who is rcs
potisililo for all debts.
W. II. CUMMINGS.
Honolulu, Deo. 4, 18b'8. 113 4t
A I'laco to Mnko n Good
The Best Company
l'uh AHMCtN Stl8,H00,H51 UH.
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Will sell you a Policy of Insurance which
is Incontestable after Two Years, and lb
an absolutely sufo investment. Call ou or
8. IS. HOME,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islunds. oot-0 88-ly
A'ttice Kaekr thh kcd art charged 10 ctnti
per line for tkflr$t intcrtion, and 6 otnti per line
ceery addiHtnaUnitrNon. ,
TTAXTB BOAT? BOTLDINa
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
,.h tfV.. . . lllllllU IUO
HosrsLritr. g Ai ub - nut lb..-
Call for them while
CORAL STONES and BRIOKS, for
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
110 lw Queen stcet.
rpHE Splendid Grey
4 years old, will be sold
for one-half his value,
$500 in Cold Coin. If not sold in 10
days, will be lentbaclc to Sin Francisco
on next steamer. Apply to
111 lw H. WOBMINGTON.
Horse, "Brake &. Harness
THE Brake is in good
order, with Lamps,
Aprou, etc. The horse
is quiet and gentle, and
drives without blind
ers, and under saddlo is a splendid anl.
mal. For particulars apply at tbe Btii.
letin Ofllee. 113 tf
Q TABLES and Carriage house atKa
O palama, room to accomodate eight
horses and three carriages. Apply to
1 1 1 2 w JO H N F. CCLBURN.
AS removed his residence to the
" Dudolt House." Kinir street,
where he mav be found at nlglit from
9:30 p.m. to G:3C . if. Mutual Tele
phono No. 174. 103 lw
THE Hawaiian Business Agency is
alone authorised to collect all of
iny accounts and receipt for same in my
name. 1.0 SAM SING.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 18S8. Ill lw
CHAS. J. F1SHEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotol Streets.
THEDAILY BULLETIN ia a live
X evening paper. 50 cents per month,
I nil Em Ejhgbh
G3 & G5 FORT STREET.
Just Received by Last Steamei.1
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Toys of all Description,
' Dolls, Dolls in all Sizes.
ALSO A LARGE, ASSORTMENT OP
Xmas & New Year's Goods
SUITABLE for PRESENTS.
Wo call attention to tho Ladies that wo arc Closing Out our
Entire Stock of
GiMliiis & GliBviots at mi Immense lieiuelioii Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing at Low Prices,
Boy's Knee Pauts,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes I
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
:R11bl)o:uLS U,I3B3BOlX 3Ritlto:ns
Dress Goods, Dress Goods.
Persian Cassemeres in all SMes,
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace .Caps & Robes, etc.,
Just Received in New Styles.
-SkS5- T H
EGJ-AN Ac COMPANY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OP
Fancy Ms Suitable for the Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
X..UOO Curtains, Stampod TlclloH, Shoe Baas, 3Eto.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wo callparticular attention to our fino selection in
Cistonie Cloilm for Gents, Mk & Cliilta!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats &. Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want
,) 0. HR-'nnnnl Tlnnti Minnn
i mmi mis, mm
Call on us heforo going elsewhere.
t2T Mrs. E. 0. Eowe's beautiful work in Point Laces on exhibition hero"a
For Your Wife & CWlftren
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
The Actual Results of these Policies as
paid since 1882, have by far
been creator than those
of any other
Oyer $1,000,000 Insurance in Force
On Thcao Islands.
tW For full particulars, rates, etc.
O. O. JlERGEIt.
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
Islands. v Dec-l-88-lm
THE OLDEST DAILY, In tho
X Klugdom "The Daly Dulletlu."
63 & G5 Fort Street.
OOIS-a KT-NBW GOODS
something very fino in
0 Hli. 0 fl ..)
a mmm a mm
Of Supplying Yourself With
W. S. LUCE
Will Bell for the Month of De.
Greatly Reduced Prices '
Ills Kxceedintly Fine Assort,
Wines ! Liquors !
EQrFatnllics should not fall to take
advantage of this opportunity to supply
themselvts with their Block for tho,
W. S. IiUOE.
By his Attorney-in-Fact,
, h. Lsi
No. 26 Merchant Street
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING, 'M
X advertls it U the Da-y 9uum(
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