Newspaper Page Text
i. . ' i . t.
, . ' , --. aJ-juv-L-jtirjMJlAjUfcVJ,'J!J
f ' f- " '" ' '".j tTv' . "Z7i 7vtvj
" ,K ;
fi-Photograph and Autograph'
Albums, Plush Good3, etc., Just to
hand by last steamer at
D6T- Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
Pastels, Oleographs, Steel Engrav
ings, Etchings, Prints, Clnomos,
etc., in the sheet, to bo bad only at
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 835.
'J? IX 33
FRIDAY", DEC. 7, 1883.
Schr Jlokuola from Koolau
Stmr W Q Hall from Hawaii and Jlanl
Stmr Kaala from Wnialua and Walanac
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stinr C K Bishop for a Circuit of Oahn
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Mokuolu 280 bga rice.
Tho stmr Mokolll will be due to-morrow,
the Llkelike, Lclma and Kilauca
Hou on Sunday, and the Kinau on Tues
GOODALE In Honolulu, Dec. 0th,
Mrs. E. P. Goodale, aged 70 years,
late of Adrien, Mich., U. S. A.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Two furnished rooms arc to let.
Business was very quiet to-day.
If you want firewood cheap call on
Chr. Gertz, Fort street.
White felt hats for ladies and
children can be had at Sack's store.
Messrs. H. Hackfeld fe Co. have
superior brands of Champagne for
'. The Honolulu Social Club's dance
last evening vas a very successful
Merchant street, botween tho
Post Office and Fort street, is being
A blue ribbon entertainment will
be given at tho Y. M, C. A. Hall, Sa
The police caught three opium
smokers last evoning, along with a
lot.of pipes, lamps, etc.
The art exhibition at tho store of
tho Paciilc Hardware Company, is
now open. Evoryonolnvitcd.
Mn. S. Ebrlich, of ' the Temple of
Fashion, lias leased the store corner
of Fort and Hotel streets, and will
shortly move into it.
A committee hns been appointed
to arrange for an entertainment next
month under tho auspices of St. An
drew' Church Association.
To-Monnow morning at 10 o'clock
thoro will bo a meeting of the . Board
of Directors of tho Kapiolani Park
Association, at the office of Wm. G.
Irwin fc Co.
m ' m .
An Admiralty memorial will bo
presonted to tho Berlin Reichstag ad
vising tho expenditure of 117,000,000
marks in tho next ten years in tho
construction of largo mon-of-war.
On tho first page will bo found a
now advertisement, giving full parti
culars of tho Christmas and Now
Year's goods, now displayed at tho
storo of N. 8. Sachs, 101 Foit streot.
Mrb. Pray, a graduate of Dr. Gra
ham's Instituto, Boston, is prepared
to give Massage and Roman baths at
her place, 150 Fort street, Chineso
Church yard, or at tho patient's
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Honolulu Arion Society will bo
held this evening'at 7 :30 o'clock, in
their now hall, Important business
will bo brought up, necessitating n
The following have boon elected
officers of tho Koloft Sugar Company
for tho ensuing year:
W. E. Anton- Cropp Presidon
II. F. Glado Vico President
H. W.. Schmidt. Treasurer
O. M. Cooko, . . .Recording Secretary
E. Muller , Auditor
At tho annual meeting of the
Chineso Y, M. O. A, hold on the 4th
of Decembor, 1888, at Y. M. O. A.
JIall, tho following oillcora wcro
elected for tho ensuing year:
Goo Kim President.
Ahung ,.,... Vice-President
Ho Fon Secretary
Chun Sing Treasurer
Holiday Season, 1S88.
Cabinet Photo Frames, Xmas
Cards, Plush Albums, Writing
Desks, Books in largo variety,
Novelties of tho season in every
lino at tho
Hawaiian News Co.,
25 Merchant street.
The new Portuguese paper, "Tbo
Aurora Hawaiiano," will bo out to
morrow. A trunk marked Christine D.
Young awaits tho owner at Sanders'
Several automatic figures in
Walcrhouso's No. 10 store, attract
large crowds daily.
On Tuesday next at 10 a. m.,
tho semi-annual meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held at tho Cham
ber of Commerco room.
One of tho sailors from the U. S. S.
Alert was thrown from a horso yes
terday afternoon, nt tho corner of
Richard and Beretania streets. He
was not hurt. Several companions
thought it a big joke and had a good
laugh over his fall.
P I.IN J II I II
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Riiles at
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, 1.
0- O. F. at 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Im. O. R.
M. at 7:30.
Monthly meeting Honolulu Arion
Societv at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
Br J. F. MORGAN.
At 10 o'clock, administrator's
sale of horses and colts, the pro
perty of Z. Y. Squires.
Immediately after the above sale,
horses and cows, fine stock.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
to-morrow evening at the Y. M. U. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
Piano Solo Jlr. J. F. Brown
Reading Miss May Dillingham
Song Mrs. Geo Ross
Reading Mr. J. F. Brown
Song ."Mrs. J. F. Brown
Address Hon. L. McCully
Everybody is cordially invited to
THE DEBATING CLUB.
An interesting discussion took
place in the Debating Club last
night, on the subject of large land
holdings. Tho subject announced
for next debate was the plank in
tho Hawaiian Political Association's
platform which relates to the elec
tion of all Government ofllcials. Mr.
Heinemann resigned the treasure
ship of the Club, on account of in
tended departure from the city, and
Mr. A. Vogel was chosen to fill the
H. F. D.
Chief Engineer Wilson presided
at tho regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Representatives of tho
Honolulu Firo Department, held
last evening, at tho Bell Tower. The
.Chief announced that the Interior
Department had secured the Moss
man premises, corner of Beretania
and Fort streot, as a fits for tho
new Central Station and Bell Tower.
He also stated that the erection of a
new engine house for China Engine
Company No. 5 would bo proceeded
Y. M. C. A. BOYS.
Tho monthly meeting of the Y.
31. C. A. boys' was held yesterday
afternoon in tho Association parlors,
Mrb. B. F. Dillingham, President, jn
tho chair. The attendance was
very good. Mr. Frank W. Damon
gavo a very interesting talk on
"Jerusalem and its environs," illus
trated with diagrams. It was very
much enjoyed by thoso present. A
collection was taken up amounting
to $13.50. At tbo next meeting Mr.
Chas. M. Cooko will talk on "Tho
CHRISTMAS AUCTION SALE.
.There was not a very largo at
tendance at tho salo of paintings
and art goods by Mr. L. J. Levey
at the storo of G. W. Macfarlano &
Co. this morning, but thoso who
wcro fortunate enough to bo pre
sent secured some good bargains.
Everything was sold as announced,
without any reserve. Among those
who purchased pictures were
Messrs. A. J. Cnrtwright, F. A.
Schaefcr, John Ena and Sam Park
er, Next week Messrs. Macfarlano
& Co. will hold an evening sale of
toys, duo notice of which will be
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER In
JL Honolulu "Tlio Dally Bulletin.
SO cents per month.
Have just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamond .Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, BaOj9, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Rings, Ladles' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches nnd
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, etc.
EQr Prices within tho reach of all.
CHURCH ASSOCIATION MEETING.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the St. Andrew's Church Association
meeting was held last evening in tho
old Cathedral building, with a fair
attendance of members. After
routine business had been trans
acted, the Rev. II. II. Gowen gave
a very interesting lecture on church
architecture, illustrated with a scries
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE DOLE, J.
Friijay, Dec. 7th.
Guardianship of Mary Lahapa, a
minor. Petition of Kamala (w) and
Kainuwai (k) that Sam Haluapo and
his wife Kaluaimaui be appointed
Guardians of said minor. Contin
ued from 5th inst. O.rdcred that
petition be granted,, that they act
under a $100 joint bond, and ac
count annually to the Court. J. L.
Kaulukou for petitioners; S. K.
Kane for Kamaka, contestant.
Fuidat, Dec. 7th.
Two drunks had to pay the usual
Yock Lan charged with having a
preparation of opium in possession,
was lined SCO and sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for thirty
days. A nolle pros was entered
against Ung Ing, charged with the
HEAVY EUROPEAN I1EET CHOP NEW
HAWAIIAN SUGAR AT HAND.
We are on the threshhold of the
new Sugar year in various parts of
tho world. The European Beet crop
of 1888 has been in the hand of tho
fabricauts for several weeks. The
crop will be the largest in many
years. The late estimate of. M.
Licht which was thought in some
quarters to bo extravagant, is likely
to be realized, despite the adverse
criticisms. Tho desire of sellers to
work off stock and to make con
tracts for forward delivery is looked
upon as confirmatory evidence in the
belief of a large Beet Sugar crop
in Europe in the next few months.
Despite tho favorable statistical
position as respects stocks of old
Sugar in the loading markets of the
world, new Sugar is being offered
at reduced prices. At London,
October 25th. Austrian and German
Beet Sugar was quoted at 14s lAd,
but a week later the now crop from
the same sources was offered at 12s
7Ad. The price just twelve months
before was 12s 4Jd. New crop
Brazil and Demerara Sugar was
offered in New York a few days ago
at reduced rates. Of course sonio
allowance must be inado for thoso
whose circumstances compel them
to make an early exchange of crops
Immediately following tho offer
ing of new crop European Beet
came new crop Brazil and Demerara.
Thus far tho shipments of Brazil to
New York and othor Atlantic mar
kets have been comparatively light.
But in view of the changed condi
tion of labor in Brazil slaves hav
ing been emancipated planters will
realize as rapidly as possible. Tho
first offerings from the colony of
Demerara brought 3c cost and
freight for OG test Centrifugals, but
since then tho samo grade has been
offered nt 3go. Other West India
Islands have commenced to ship
new crop Sugar to New York. Free
shipments from Cuba, tho great
sourco of supply in the Atlantic
StatCB, will soon be in order. Tho
Java crop is now going through the
mills and four steamers aro now on
tho way with cargoes for tho Atlan
tic States. Threo cargoes of Java
havo also been bought for tho Amer
ican Refinery in this city. It wns
expected that these cargoes would
bo here this mouth. One of them
is coming by steamer. Another by
the Dlouc has been detained at
Hongkong for repairs to vessel. As
tho American Refinery wants this
dutiable Sugar for export, in order
to get the benefit of tho rebate, the
delay is annoying. The only dutia
ble Sugar here of any consequenco
is from Manila. The California Re
finery has bought liberally from tho
Philippine Islands in the past twelve
months. There aro now three ships
on the way from the Philippine Isl
ands, or entered out, with Sugar
for the California Refinery of this
New Hawaiian Sugar is now com
ing to hand. Tho Lady Lampsou,
which arrived on tho 2d, brought
COO tons, Tho work of grinding be
gan in October, and nt nu earlier
''.:t tlitia usual. A opell of dry
vcntUrr in some Sections of tho Isl
ands induced an early cutting of
cane. It is said that tho crop will
bo about tho samo ns Inst year, or a
little over 100,000 short tons. Tho
fleet now on tho way will bring raoro
new than old Sugar, though it is not
usual to expect much now Sugar
from the Hawaiian Islands until the
1st January. Vessels now on tho
way down will generally load back
with now crop. Tho local refineries
are well supplied with raw Sugar,
and before their stocks run out new
Sugar will bo here in abundance. It
is possible that both reflncriss may
case up a little on product, if they
have not already done so, as tho
demand is considerably less than it
was a few months ago. Tho Cali
fornia refinery has a new element to
work upon in the .product of the
new Beet factory at Watsonville. It
is hoped this industry may havo a
fair trial. To this end there should
be no disturbance in tho present
duty on foreign Sugars. The Louis
iana planters aro also entitled to a
continuance of this, protective sys
tem. They furniBlt about one-tenth
of tho supply in the Atlantic States,
and the domestic Sugar is now Book
ing a market on tho Atlantic sea
board. rs. F. Bulletin, Nov. 13,
AN OLD SCHEME REGENERATED HOW
IT CONCERNS SALMON AND
The Dominion government has
scut an invitation to tho colonies of
New South Wale3, Queensland, Vic
toria and Now Zealand, to send
delegates to Ottawa, and there dis
cuss and prepare a reciprocity treaty
which shall bring about partial free
trade bBtweon Canada and thccolo
nics. The movement is one in which tho
San Francisco lumbermon, salmon
canners and the wool importers are
most vitally intprestcd, and one in
which the commission men are Bome
The proposition of tho Dominion
government, and the effect, if it is
carried out, aro simple. The colo
nics 'now consume great quantities
of canned goods, especially salmon,
and lumber, part of which aro pro
duced in British Columbia. The
bulk of the merchandise goes by
way of San Francisco, and all pays
a heavy duty at Sydney and Mel
bourne. The colonics in return
send Canada heavy shipments of
wool and other merchandise, which
arc subject to the Canadian duty.
Canada wants both parties to
drop the collection of these duties.
This measure, if adopted, would
give Canadian lumber, and canned
salmon the preference in the Aus
tralian trade. The salmon canners
think that in this event the entire
British Columbia pack would go to
Australia and New Zealand. TIub
would cause a big contraction in tho
exports from this port. Tho same'
is true of the lumber exports.
Canada would in return derive a
benefit from manufacturing the im
ported -wool, and it is not at all im
probable if an understanding is ar
rived at, that the old scheme of the
Canadian Pacific's, to run a line of
steamers to Honolulu and'tho Colo
nies, would bo revived.
The imperial government of Great
Britain has offered a subsidy of
15,000 annually for such a line,
and the Dominion government has
supplemented this with an offer of
15,000 annually. If to this is
added 35,000 annually, tho sum
now paid by the different colonies
for tho trans-Pacific service the
total subsidy reaches 95,000. This
is more than enough to sustain a
splendid lino of steamer. fS. F.
Post, Nov. 13, 1888.
rpHE monthly meetie of the Hono.
JL lulu Arion will be .held in their
now hull THIS (Friday) EVENING, at
7:30 o'clock. All members are rtqaested
to be present ai important bublueuA la
going to take place Ho It
nnilERE will be a meeting of the
X Board of Directors of tho Kapio
lani Park Association TO.MORHOW
(Saturday) MOKN1NG, the 8th Inst., at
10 o'clock, at the olllce t W. Q. Irwin
& Co. I'KR ORDER.
A SEMIANNUAL meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital, will be held at tho ruora of
the Chamber of Commerce, on TUBS.
DAY NEXT, tho Ulh instant, nt 10
o'clook a. u.
F. A. EOIIAEFER,
A WOMAN to tako care of Chlldrou
and attend to General UoiiBowork.
Apply at the Olllce of tho Daily Bulle
tin. 118 fit
Iteutx jt Uelitermauu
Ami Clms. Farre
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
per Kuw iklrtl InnrHtn, ptorf 6 etnttptr lin
tttrt adtHHmai imtrttn.
TAN'S BOAT BUILDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
Minn a Pin
I ...h.jOt IlOOllW oww
L WVB U lt. tl UT TTIt? II
oxeurur, g l 'uo w-"
P Call for Ihcm while
FIREWOOD at $10 per
cord. Applv at
Mrs. L. C. Pray,
Genuine Massage Roman Baths
10S Frt Street. Chinese Church Yard.
A NURSE GIRL, to look after a
jox. obv. Ai
in. 8. G. WILDER.
A GOOD responsible respectable Girl
as Nurse in a gentlemen's family.
Apply J. E. BROWN & CO.
MRS. GASCOYHE is prepared to
receivo orders for Dyelnc all
classes of Goods at tho Thompson's
Celebrated Djo Works of San Fran
cisco. Samples of the Dye in all the
vnrious colors and shades can be seen
on application to llrs. Qascoync's Dress
making Rooms. Ordetn promptly at
tended to. 109 lm
A Place to Make a Good
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Will soil yon a Policy of Insurance vrhlcli
1b Incoitesublo after Tiro Years, and ib
an abioluteiy safe investment. Call on or
8. It. ROSE,
Honolulu, Genoral Agent, Hawaiian
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Cornor ol Fort & Hotel Streets.
E DAILY BULLETIN Is a live
CTenlng paper. 60 cents per month.
G3 & 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
Xmas & New Year's Goods
SUITABLE lor PRESENTS.
Wo call attention to tho Ladici that wo are Closing Out our
Entiro Stock of
GiMliiiiu;; k MH at an Imnse Mitrn Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing: at Low Prices,
Boy's Knee Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes I
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
JRilbbous 3EM333BOITS Xfciilton
Dress Goods, Dress, Goods.
Persian Cassemeres in all SMes,
Douhlo "Width, at 35 Cents per Yard ;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace Gaps & Robes, etc.,
Just Received in New Styles.
-&S THE -3Bt-
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Ms SiaMeforiiie Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Lnco Curtains, Htainpod TlclleH, Hlioo Saare, Etc
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Vo call particular attention to our fine selection in
i'lisiijiii-iiilii ciotlii for Gents, Ms k GlUHren!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, . .
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
LadiGs' & Misses' Boots, Sloes & Stiiers & dents' Gaiters
Call on us hoforo going elsewhere.
tar Mrs. E. 0, Howe's beautiful work
For Your win & Ciiileii
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
The Actual Results of these Policies as
paid eiuco 1882, havo by far
been greater than those
of any other
Over $1,000,000 Insurance In Force
On These Islands.
tar For full particulars, rates, cto
C. O. UBUUI3U,
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
nuE OLDEST DAILY In tho
X Kingdom "Jho Daily Bulletin."
63 & G5 Port Street.
GOOS - aj - NEW GOODS
in Point Laces on exhibition herein
17 - 88
Of Supplying Yourself With
W. 8. LUCE
Will Bell for tho Month of De.
a comber at
Greatly Reduced Prices
His Exceedingly Fine Assert.
STFamUles should nt fall to Uk
advantage of this opportunity to supply
themselves with their Block for tho -4
W. S. LUCE. ., &j
By his Attoruey.lu.Fact,
No. 26 Merchant Street, H. I.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING, ,i
X advertise It la Uis Duty SkzwrDf -
- ' f " ; , ;
'.i a -5?'. .