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BST" Paintings of Island Scenery
by Tavcruicr, Furucatix, Strong,
Bamsfleld and other artists always
on hand. Kino Bros.,
SSy Picturo Fiamcs and Cornices
rondo to order at short notice, by
fitst-class workmen, from the largest
stock of mouldings in the Kingdom
at Kino Bitos.,
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
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THURSDAY, DKC. C, 1888.
BkLady Lainpson fioin San Francisco
Stmr Viva fiom Molokal
Schr.Hceia from ICoolau
Echr Knulkcnoull for Kohala
Btmr Kuala for Wninnac and Waialua at
1) a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C It Bishop for a Ciicuit of "Oahu
From San Fiancisco per bark Lady
Lainpson, Dee 5 F Ilolling and wife,
L E Imlny, W I Alexander and Si D
Foe t-an Fiam'isco per bgtnc WGIi
win, Dec G W Kendall.
TliebtncWO Iiwin, Captain Mc
Culloeh, sailed for Han Francisco this
moi ning, taking 4,-189 bgs of sugar, 2,
148 bgs of lice, and 110 lbs of molasses.
. The bktnc Planter, Capt Penhallow,
expects enough sugar by the steamcis
Mikabala ami Cummins to completely
fill her up. The Planter will get away
for the Coast on oi about Tiusuay next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Anursk girl is wanted.
The W. G. Hall is duo to-morrow
afternoon from Maui and Hawaii.
A new crossing has been made on
Fort street, at the corner of King
The new building adjoining the
Police Station, is rapidly approaching
The AV. G. Irwin took a mail to
San Francisco this morning, consist
ing of two letters and one paper.
H. B. M, S. Hyacinth has taken
possessioruof tho Cook islands in tho
name of the British Government.
At tho regular meeting of Mechanic
Engine Co. No. 2, held last evening,
only loutine business was transacted.
The front of Honolulu Halo is re
ceiving a coat of paint which makes
it present quite a respectable appear
ance. Thehe will be a dance for ladies at
the hall of the Honolulu Social Club
this ovoningjcommencing at 8 o'clock
The thanks of the Bulletin aro
duo Cipt. Sodergrcen of the Lady
Lampson, tho pilots and A. M. Hew
ctt for lato San Francisco papors.
- The meeting of Engine Co. No. 1
announced for last evening, has been
postponed, for one week, owing to tho
absence of Foreman More on Maui.
Mn. Seaborn Luco waB in San
Francisco when tho L.idy Lampson
left. Mr. Luco is probably on his
way to tho Islands on tho Australia.'
Ab will bo seen in our By Author
ity column tho Board of Education
calls for tenders for tho construction
of schoolhouscH at eight dili'eient
Dr. F. Schmorl, whoso card ap
pears elbowheio, ciues all acute and
chronic diseases, and has a sure euro
for whooping cough. Tho latter ho
can cure iiTaido of threo to iivo days.
His olllco is at 08, Hotol street.
A largo number of people have
visited the upstairs salesrooms of
G. W. Macfarlano & Co., whero is
exhibited the goods to be sold at
auction to-morrow morning, at 10
o'clock, by Mr. L. J. Lcvoy. The
pictures to be offered were fully
described in these columns a shoit
time ago. There is also writing
desks, music portfolios, choico Dres
den and Bohemian wnro, latest no
velties in ornamental vases, travell
ing and cariiago rugs, Axminster
ceutro and small rugs all patterns,
pieces of fancy parlor furniture,
choice fans, etc. A largo assort
ment of toys aro being opened, a
few will be offered at tho sale, whilo
the rest will be resumed for a special
The largest nssoitment of Xmas
Cards and Holiday Gifts al the
Hawaiian News Co.,
26 Met chant street.
JS"Wo will not be undersold.-a
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society at usual time
Honolulu Social Club dance with
ladies at 8 o'clock sharp.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Nutianu Chapter of Rose Croix
No. I A. and A. S. 11. at 7 :30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY L. J. LEVEY.
At 10 a. in. Xmas auction sale of
paintings and art goods, at the
salesrooms (upstairs) of G. W.
Macfarlano & Co. Goods now ready
The awa licenses for the ensuing
year for the island of Oahu, were
sold at noon Jo-day in front of Alii
olani Hale by Col. J. II. Boyd, auc
tioneer as follows: Honolulu: No.
1, J. I. Dowsett, 8850; No. 2, D.
Manaole, 1,115; No. 3, D. Mana
ole, 5.710. Koolaupoko: Nawahine,
StlO. Waialua, Kaiakawaha, 330.
Ewn and Waianac: Mailc, $500.
PROPOSED PACIFIC MAIL SER
VICE. A late London telegram states
that Sir Dillon Bell, repicsenting
New Zealand, was in treaty with the
Canadian Pacific Company in refer
ence to a mail service in New Zea
land. The company expressed their
willingness to deliver mails in Bris
bane, Australia, under 35 days
from London, and to establish
branches at Fiji and Auckland for a
ABOUT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
What could be nicer for a Christ
mas present than a velvet centre
rug. A splendid assortment may
be seen at the store of T. H. Davies
& Co., Queen street. From now
up to Christmas they will sell theso
rugs at low figures. Their sales
rooms at the present time are well
worth a visit, containing as they do
the choicest kind of goods suitable
for the holiday season. There are
novelties of all kinds rarely seen in
this market and at the most reason
MAP OF HONOLULU.
Wo aro indebted to Professor
Alexander, chief of the Survey De
partment, for an excellent wall map
of Honolulu and sunoundings. It
is the production of tho Survey De
partment, and is drawn with remark
able clearness. In addition to mark
ing out the limits of all properties
of importance, it gives the names of
their respective owners, and em
braces a much greater area than any
other existing chart that we havo
seen. Tho Eastern part of tho
map begins at Diamond Head,taking
in a part of the ocean beyond the
reef on the South, and extending
inland to a distanco of orer three
miles. The roads, enclosures, ele
vations, etc., are most distinctly
marked throughout, and tho map in
cludes a considerable portion of the
Falolo, Manoa, Fauoa, Nuuanu, And
Kalihi Yalleys, taking in the Kamc
hameha school beyond Palnma. To
tho seaward of Honolulu, following
the line of coral reef fiom Diamond
Head, the entrance to tho harbor is
so clearly drawn, giving tho posi
tions of the Bell, Spar, Barrel, and
other buoys, as to be of great ser
vice to vessels entering our port.
Taken as a whole this map is a most
ci editable production, and must
piove of very great service to the
public at largo as well as to the Dc
paitment for which it was moro par
Copies may be had nt the hook
BRITISH IMPERIAL FEDERATION.
Mr. W. II. Smith in a recent
spqech at Gloucestc.r, England, said
th.it carrying out the colonial de
fence scheme meant practically Im
pel ial federation, m tho colonies had
become partners with England In
defending their mutual interests.
As an evidence that the attachment
between the mother country and the
colonics was enhanced by the dis
tance which separates them, ho
quoted tho fact that New South
Wales had sent a contingent to the
Soudan, He said the colonies were
tho life-blood of England, and tuubt
eventually become stronger and su
persede the old country.
WENNER & CO.
Have just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds. Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Brfcfc, Lace
and Scarf Fins, Rings, LafHfcs' nnd
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, etc.
EST Prices within ths reaoh of all.
A MUNIFICENT OFFER.
At a meeting of tho Congrega
tional Union recently, in Melbourne,
Australia, Mr. Geo. Taylor, a resi
dent, offered to give $50,000 yeaily
for three years, if the public would
subscribe a similar sum, for the es
tablishment of a Congregational Col
lege in connection with the Mel
bourne University. The samu gen
tleman also offered togivcS100,000,
on condition that the public would
subscribe? similar amount, for the
establishment of a school. A list
was at once opened, and $50,000
were subscribed in the room.
HOW TO CATCH MILKTH1EVES?
A well-known citizen of Honolulu,
recently, having been greatly an
noyed by losing tho contents of his
milk can for scveial days in succes
sion, at last desperately resolved to
catch the thief or perish in the 'at
tempt. Accoidingly he armed him
self with a shot gun, charged to the
muzzle, and at 2 a. m. arose from
his bed and sallied foith with miii
deious intent, to await his victim.
Soon the milkwagon airived aud the
usual quantity of the (pure?) article
was duly deposited in the can, and
our huro, who was now thirsty,
resolved that he would make ccitain
ef at lost a portion of it, took a
gooddrink, replaced the can, and
oncc'moio l.iy in ambush. Slowly
the houis passed, and no illain ap
peared, but our friend was deter
mined, (as were also the mosquitoes)
aud persevered notwithstanding,
until at last the darkness of night
gave placo to dawn, and finally the
sun aio3e in all his gloiy. bull the
thief came no', and the one in hid
ing came foith with a chuckle of
satisfaction, happy in the thought
that for once he would enjoy in lull
the lacteal liquid contained in yon
der can, and he hastened to grasp
the prize, only to find it empty 1
His anathemas were deep and earnest
as this unexplained emptiness broke
upon him ; but when upon a closer
scrutiny of the offending receptable
a small hole was discoveied in the
bottom, he was strangely silent, and
returned to the bosom of his family
remarking that "ho didn't care much
for milk anyhow." A new can has
now replaced the other, aud all is
pcace.in that household.
SUPREME C0URT--IN CHAMBERS.
liEiORE PRESTON, J.
Thuusdav, Dec. 0.
Kcawchiku (w) vs. Nannie R.
Brewer. Petition for dower. Hear
ing appointed on 30th till. Heard
and decision reserved until to-mor-monow
a. m. M. Thompson for
plaintiff; C. L. Carter for defend
ant. POLICE COURT.
TiiunsDAY, Dec. Cth.
Two drunks had to pay the usual
Pake (k), was charged with as
sault and battery with a knife on A.
Yuen Lung, charged with violat
ing Chapter G7, section 1, laws of
1888, was remanded to tho 11th.
THREE DAYS' LATER NEWS.
The bark Lady Lampson, Capt.
Sodergreen, arrived in port last eve
ning fouiteen days from Sam Fran
Francisco with three days' later
news. Following is a sumraar':
An active revolution was in pro
gress in Bolivia at latest acrounts.
Nikolaus do Luis, Jhe German
philologist, is dead.
William Reginald Courtenay, Earl
of Devon, died in England, Novem
ber 18th. He was in his eighty
The Empress Victoria of Ger
many and her daughters are visiting
Queen Victoria at Windsor Castle.
There was a severe shock of
earthquake in San Francisco on the
18th, at 2:28 o'clock p. in. The
vibration lasted ten seconds, and its
course varied from north to south,
to northwest and southeast.
Major Farnsworth, Inspector
General, died at Fortieas Monroe,
The police of Lille, Fratice, have
arrested u gang of six men who sev
eral years ngo stole in Brussels and
Mons bonds of tho value of $100,
000. The Beaver Falls Rolling Mills at
Beaver Falls, Pa., was burned Nov.
19, Sixmenweie seriously injur
ed. Two will die.
Edmund Condina, tho French
diamatiu author, is dead.
A spinning mill at Bella, Italy,
was burned Nov. 19. Loss, $200,
000, Three children wero burned
Heavy floods cans! (&tik des
truction to crops during September
in Chili. During one storm ib is es
timated that at least thirty-six inches
of water fell, causing much damage
in Valparaiso and the surrounding
A special dispatch to the London
"Times from Tientsin says, tho Chi
nese Govoiumont has lonined that a
secret treat has been concluded be
tween Russia and Corca, providing
for a Russian piolqctorato of Corca.
A duel between Andileux and
Guyot, resulting from the chaise
made by tho latter in La Lantei uc
that the Times trial was the out
come of collusion between Nuna
Gilley and Andrioux, was fought at
Paris, Nov. 20. Swords were used.
Andricux received a slight wound
in the chest.
Tho London Staudard regrets that
Lord Randolph Churchill differod
with Salisbury iu.iegaid to the
Sackville affair. It eays: "A
knuckling-down policy is not the
best nor the wisest policy in the face
of such notorious and repeated aims
of unfriendliness as we have leccntly
experienced at the hands of the
United States Government."
Marshal Bazaine's widow writes
to the Paris Figaro denying that
she left her husband tluough a dis
agreement. She states that she was
compelled to go to Mexico on family
matters, and that she regularly sent
Marshal Bazainc sufficient remit
tances for all his needs. He did
not, says the widow, die in poverty,
notwithstanding that his mode or
lifo made him poor, despite his sup
plies of funds.
The report comes from Rome that
the Pope is going to iBsue an ency
clical letter, in which ho will urge
upon the great powers tho necessity
of disaamament, in order to proservc
the peace of Europe and prevent
disastrous consequences to the in
dustries and welfare of several coun
tries by tho drain of elaborate and
increasing war measures. There is
no direct confirmation of the report,
and it is generally discredited al
though such a letter would surprise
Plans for the proposed railway
across the isthmus connecting Nova
Scotia with New Brunswick have
been approved by tho Canadian
Minister of Railways. Contracts
have already been awarded two En
glish capitalists aggregating $5,500,.
000, exclusive of terminals at cither
end, which piomisc to prove most
expensive Vessels bound for Eu
rope from Boston and New York
will save 500 miles by utilizing this
railway. They may sail up the Bay
of Fundy, after being hoisted by
hydraulic lifts, and be transpoitcd.
to the Gulf of St. Lamencc. The
railway will be about forty miles
long. The contracts call for the
completion of the work bf 1892.
Ll-l.mi'Jl.HWIL i M.-P. J. . jt HI"!' '
A NURSE GIHL, to look after a
babj. Apply to
115 3t Mus. H. G. WILDER.
A GOOD responsible respectable Girl
as Nurse in a gentlemen s family.
Apply J. B. BROWN & CO.
A WOMAN to uko cue of Children
and attend to Genual llousewoik.
Apply at tlio Olllco of the Daily Bum k
tin. 113 at
STRAYED or STOLEN
ITUtOM the reMJenrnof
: Mr. Noit, ICing
sircet, n Hut Mure with
white face." A rewnnl
will be ciTcn to Hiiy person returning
ak1 Mric to Mr. Nnti's resilience.
Schooner For Sale.
rpilE Top tail Schooner
X "iliilautu," 107 tons
register, built in New Zea
land iu 1870, will ba Bold
wtli hor Sulls, Boats, Chronometer and
full inventory of lUtings biie h a line
veseel, a good aalkr, and In excellent
condition. Anply to
114 lw THEO a. DAVIE8 & CO.
Best Xmas Present !
A Nigb VolvBt GontrB Hne,
ALL SIZES & KEY DESIGNS,
JKSTSlieeial Discounts for the noliday
Solatia only. 115 Sw
Cliil) House Restaurant
King Street c HeaF Alakea- k '
Itonrd (SI SO l'cr VoJi. . -
Htuulu aieiil . its CeiitN i:ucli.
A flmt-clafR Cook luis been cngagid to
eucrml lliu ono hciclofoio ciunioyul
Tho Tables uro Marble top and Okan;
tho Waitua attentive.
3073 3m Proprietor.
A'oHctt tinJtr t'di het or chtj-gtd 10 tvtfi
per lUieftr thtjlrtt truertim, nnd i otnttptr line
citry andMonul iwerlien.
t TAN'S BOAT BTJILDINa
U SHOP. Bear of Luciii' Mill.
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Hexornn. B ai mc "L.UUL..-
Call for them whllo
Horse, Brake & Harness
uuicr, wiin iuiiii,
Apion, etc. Thehoiso
is quiet and gentle, aud
drles without blind
ers, and under saddlo is a splendid aid.
nial. Tor particulars apply at the Hul
letin Olllco. lit! tf
rpiIL Splendid Grnv
JL Stallion 'l'rince,"
4 years old. will be sold
for one half ids Taluc,
$GQ0 in Uold Coin. If tiot sold in 10
itnya, will be sent buck to Su Francisco
on next steamer. Apuly to
llllw II. WOBMINGTON.
A Place to Make a Good
The Best Company
Cask ABBctH - 8118,H00,S51 8H.
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Willscll jouaPoliryof Insurance which
i IncouttBtfihlc after Two Years, and is
an absolutely s.ifc investment. Cull on or
S. IS. ftOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Isli-iuts. ocU0 88-ly
OH AS. J. FISHEL.
Corner of Fort & Hotel Strcols.
'PHE DAILY BULLETIN la livo
X evening paper. CO cents per month.
WL LiS l
I Is lHI Ip9 j
03 & G5 FOltT STREET.
Just Received by Last Steamer
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Toys Toys of all Description,
Dolls, Dolls in all Sizes.
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
We call attention to tho LadioB that wo are Closine; Out our
Entire Stock of
Giulianis & Mots at ail Immense Redaction Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing: at Low Prices,
Boy's Knee Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes !
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
3RillowLS I5,X333BOTS XiltlOMLS
Dress Goods, Dress Goods. .
Persian Cassemeres in all Has,
Doublo "Width, at 115 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses, .
Lace Caps & Robes, etc.,
Just Itccehed in New Styles.
-SKS THE -ssa-
E33-T &c company.
NEW GOODS"! BSTXEW
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy &oofls SmtaDle for tliB ilinay Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Lnoo CurtaliiB. Htampod TiaioH, Blioo Uair, 32to.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wo call particular attention to our fino selection in
Coslom-iafle GIoMbe for
Furnishing Goods, Ti links,
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Misses' Boots, SloBS&Sliiirs& Gents'
Call on ub heforo
CSTMrs. E. C.Rowo's beautiful work
For Your Wife k CliiUra
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
Tho Actual HcsultB of these Policies as
paid since 1882, imvo by far
been Greater than thoso
of any other
Over $1,000,000 Insurance in Force
On These Islands.
EST For full particulars, rates, eta
. O. VEIIGKIt.
Honolulu. Geiicrnl Agent Hawaiian
PHE OLDEST DAILY In two
JL Kingdom "Tho Dally Bulletin."
pva?WMmw?caiWiiMtS'ww''1 "m wywaw
G3 & G5 Fort Street.
GOOIS - 3 8-NEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Geils, Mils k Mini - j
Hats A- Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
going chow here.
in Point Lacos on exhibition horo-
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Of Supplying Yourself With
W. S. LUCE
Will Hell for the Month of De
Greatly Reduced Prices
His Exceedingly Flue AworU
in cm of
Wines ! Liquors !
eS-Famlllea sh'onld not fall to Ukt
advantago of this opportunity to supply
themselves with their Stock for the
W. S. I.UCE.
By his Attorney.ln-Fact,
No. 26 Merchant Street, H. I.
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