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fi- 10,000 feet of the latest stylo
Picture and Cornice Mouldings Just
received at Kino Uitos., '
BSr- The public tiro invited to call
and inspect our Goods. "fc will be
pleased to see you at
- Kino Uhos.,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
llack Btand : Merchant and Fort
Btreet. Telephones, 5)35.
"X" XI JE
SATURDAY, DKC. 8, 1888.
Schr llalcnkala from Pcpeekeo
Stmr Mlkahalu from Kauai
Stmr Wnialcalo from Kilauea and Ha-
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Uk Atlanta fioni I'liget Sound
Schr Moknola for Ewa
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Jlokolil for Molokai at 5 p m
StmrKaala for Waialua and Waianae
at 9 a in
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr V
G Hall, Dec 7 Fiom Volcano: Cant
Acland It N, Thos Bain Walker. From
way ports: His Map sty, His Honor
ABst Justice It F Biekcrton.Dan Poster,
11 11 Atkins, J P Oolbuni, H E Jl Alex
ander, Pred H Hayscldeii, J Alooihoad,
III Sherwood, C Alclncclic, .1 KNn
halo, lira W O Acid, Mrs. I Alapal, G
Jones, 3Irs G W C Jones andi children,
Misses Louisa and Akana Jones, J K
Spalding and wife, Mrs A N Gllmau,
Miss Linch, J M Lee, G Ahoy. Miss Da
vis, "W S Akana, Captain J Ross, Sam
l'nrker, H Kuihclani, Miss Mary Ulii,
. "Walter M Pomeroy, U J Ordway, Bcv
S E Bishop, A Bosa, Paul Neumann, W
T Seward, O C Coleman, Mrs Dickson,
V V Ashford, 2 lepcis and 135 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrWG Hall-4,221 hgs sugar, 108
bgs awa, 338 bgs coffee, 7 hides, 73
pigs, 25 hd of cattle and 4 horse.
Stmr Mokolii COO bgs sugar, 25 bids
molasses, 14 hd of cattle, 4 horses
and 300 goatskins.
The hark Escort will leave next week
with Chinese passengers for Hongkong.
H.B. M.S. Cormorant, Captain Nl
cholls, was at Kawalhae, Hawaii, en
The bktnu Ella after unloading lum
ber here will leave for Kahulul, Maui,to
load sugar for San Pranclsuo.
The bgtue Geo 11 Douglas ariived at
Kahulul, Maul, last Monday, 21 days
from San Francisco, with general lrer
ehandise for the Spreckclsvillo Planta
tion. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub steam roller vas at work on
Merchant street this morning.
Ei.skwiu:iie Mr. Lewis J. Levey
publishes a list of bis sales, for the
month of December.
C. Awano has been adjudged n,
a bankrupt, and December 18lh is
set ior the proving of claims.
Mnsmts. G. W. Macfarlano Co. are
opening a now lot of toys, and will
be ready for exhibition next week.
Testimonials as to the merits of
tho Magniphono, appear in another
column. Tboy aro worth reading.
The sale of horses, colts and
wagons in front of J. P. Morgan's
auction rooms thw morning, attract
ed a large attendance, and good
prices wero realized.
"Mr. James Welsh is quito ill in
Wailuku in tho doctor's caro and will
not bo able' to return to Honolulu
this week. Ho fell down in a lit on
Thursday on tho main street at that
BroiiTBMEN should call at Mrs.
Lack' store, Port street, and sco tho
complete outfits. Thorn is ulso lawn
tennis and croquet sets, and the
White nnd New Homo sowing ma
chines for sale
Tun steamship City of Bio do
Janeiro, will bo duo from San Pran
cisco, on or about tho 15th inst, and
leaves for Yokohama and Hongkong,
Por freight or passage to latter ports
apply to II. Jfaokfcld & Co.
Mu. T. It. Walker, British Vice
Consul, and Capt. Acland, It. N., re
turned from a visit to tb Volcano,
last evening. They loport having
had an exceedingly pleasant trip,
and found tho Volcano quito activo.
By tho schooner llalcakala which
arrived from Popookoo this morning
it is lcarnod that two natives at that
placo, ono a young boy, had a quar
jol over their supper, whon tho boy
was attacked by the other with a hoc,
inflicting injuries from which ho
died. Tho murderer nindo his es
cape, and up to Woducsduy hnd not
JBi5? A nice present for your wife,
daughter or sweetheart: one of those
fine Fail-child Gold Tens and Holder
Hawaiian Ni:ws Co.,
25 MercUaut street.
Whoopino cough at Wailuku.
H-. B. M. S. Cormouant was at Ka
waihae on Thursday.
Mu. A. M. Hcwett was out this
afternoon for a drive.
The King ic turned from Kailua
on tho W. G. Hall last evening.
Skveuai. members of the bar re
turned from Lahaina last evening,
Tiikkk is a good programme for
the Blue Ribbon entertainment this
Tin: pupils of tho Kamchameha
schools will observe tho birth of tho
founder of tho institution next week.
A nativk went out fishing on No
vember SO th, at South Point, Kau,
Hawaii, in a canoo and has not since
Cmnr Justice Judd returns from
Lahaina to-morrow moining. Tho
term of Circuit Court held there was
a brief ono.
Shuvicks will be held at tho Latter-day
Saint church on Sundays. In
native at 10 a. m., and in English at
Suveuai. photographs of tho teach
ers and scholars of tho Kawaiahao
Female Seminary weie taken yester
day by J- A. Gonsalves.
Tin: first number of the new l'oi
tugucse paper "Aurora Hawaiiana"
was published to-day, and presents a
very ci editable appearance.
Tin: Boaid of director.-, of the Ka
piolani Park Association met this
morning at the ollicc of V. G. Iiwin
it Co., and then adjourned to 10
o'clock Monday morning at the s-anio
His Honor Associate Justice Bick
ertou and family returned fioni Wiii
mea, Hawaii, on tho steamer W. G.
Hall, which called for them ut Ka
waihac. Tho term of Ciicuit Couit
held by His Honor at Waimca, was
an exceedingly heavy ono, tho calen
dar containing seventy criminal and
three civil cases.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Blue Ribbon entertainment at the
Y. M. C A. hall at 7:30.
Section No. 225 Endowment Rank
K. of P. at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
I1Y L. J. LUVKT.
At 12 o'clock noon, at his sales
rooms, by order of the Commission
ers of Crown lands, a number of
leases of Crown lands on Hawaii,
Maui and Oahu, full particulars of
which appear in an advertisement
Capt. Hubbard of the S. N. Cas
tle went to Maui on Tuesday by the
Likelike, taking with him a South
Sea island boy who works on the
vessel. The boy bad a sister on
Maui whom he was desirous of visit
ing. On arrival he found that his
sister had been dead some nine
months, and he consequently felt
very bad over it. He had taken
some now clothes along with him for
The art and fancy goods exhibi
tion at tho storo of the Pacific Hard
ware Company is attracting the at
tention of a large number of people.
Tho pictures are said to bo, by those
able to judge, the finest ever im
ported into this market. The ori
ginal of one of them "The sword
dance," is valued at 825,000. Thero
aro altogether about fifty pictures,
some of them rery large ones, des
cribing summer, winter and marine
scenes, figures, flowers, etc. The
exhibition is open to everyone.
AUCTION SALE OF CROWN LAND
Tho auction sale of leases of
Croyn lands by Mr. L. J. Levey, at
his salesrooms, announced in our
advertising columns for 10 o'clock
a. in, on Monday next, presents an
opportunity which seldom occurs for
securing llftcen-year lenses of agri
cultural and pastoral lands. Those
lands aiu not all in ono district nor
on ono island, but aro scattered
over the islands of Hawaii, Maui und
Oahu, and vary in dimensions from
tho fraction of an acre to many
hundreds f acres, Intending com
petitors should carefully scrutinise
the advertisement, where particulars
arc given, and ulso tho maps of the
lams, before the time of tho sale.
The maps will be on view at Mr.
Levey's auction room, on Monday
morniug, prerious to tho sale,
H.ivo just opened out a Large New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Sot and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Rings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Wntchcs and
Watch Chains, Lrdics' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, S'lvcr Ware. etc.
CST Prices within the reach of all.
Tlio KiiigMs of Pythias
The Trip to Wailuku.
Formation of New Lodge, Etc.
(From our Special Correspondent.)
Casting off the lines n little past
five on the afternoon of Tuesday,
tho steamer Likelike, commanded
by Captain William Davis, went on
her way, having on board the
Knights of Pythias excursionists,
over fifty in number, including
wives, relatives and friends of the
members, bound for the port of Ka
When past the Honolulu Light
Houso and after the Royal Hawaiian
Band, whioh accompanied the excur
sionists, had been playing "Aloha
Oc," and the knights had given
three cheers for the Wailuku pil
grimage, a presentation was made
on board to "Bro. J. A. Ilassinger,
P. C, from Mystic Team, Dec. 4,
1888," of a beautiful charm mono
gram, lettered with the words just
quoted. The gift was in recogni
tion of valuable services rendered
by Bro. Ilassinger as chairman of
the committee of management, who
was untiring in his efforts to assist
in getting up the excursion party in
connection with the staiting of a
new lodge of Knights of Pythias in
AVailuku, Maui. The presentation
speech was by Bro. Daj'ton, P. C,
and was suitably responded to by
the recipient in his usual affable
The night was a breezy one.
When amid the Molokai channel we
had experienced strong head wimN
and heavy sea, resulting in the
steamer's arrival off Kaunakakai
after 12 midnight, which is con
sidered by some as unusually late,
10:80 being generally the hour to
arrive there. After landing the
passengers for that place, which
occupied about half an hour, the
steamer proceeded on her course.
Arrived atKahului the next morn
ing about 8 o'clock. Here we found
at anchor the Alden Besse and the
Geo. II. Douglas, awaiting their
lespective loads of sugar. From off
port we could see the towering
chimneys of the several sugar plan
tations sending forth their smoke,
thus telling of operations going on
in this their grinding season. The
fields were resplendent with growing
cane. What was once uncultivated
land has now been turned into su
gar producing areas.
The landing of the knights at
Kahului was saluted by the firing
off of Chinese bombs. Dr. M. K.
Grossman, who had come there via
Lahaina, andja goodly number of
the Wailuku knights were on hand
as a reception committee to greet
us. Tho boat made several trips
before we were all ashore. After
two or three numbers by the Band
played at Kahului and a stroll
around the place, wo were off on
the trains for Wailuku, a distance
of three miles inland. Songs by the
Band boys as wo rode past resi
dences and stores enlivened the
quiet solitude of the places for the
time being. Tho car ride was some
what appreciated by the passon
gers, and wo could not help think
ing then of the Honolulu and Pearl
River Railroad to be built in the
near future. It was half past nine
Wednesday morning when we ar
rived at tho Wailuku depot.
CONIT.ItltlNH OFMIANK3 ON MUJIUEUS OP
AI.OIIA I.OI1UK NO. 3, K. OP 1
No sooner did tho Honolulu
Knights arrivo in Wailuku than pre
parations were made in the lodge
upstairs of a two-story budding sit
uate on tho corner of Main and
High streets, the properly of Mr.
Edward Bailey, for instituting tho
new lodgo of Knights of Pythias.
Considering tho toilsome trip Hie
members had the night previous,
they worked hard Wednesday dur
ing the day and evening in tho pre
liminary details required to make a
regular lodgo room suitable for all
purposes, foremost among thorn
were the untiring efforts of Bro.
Geo. C. Stratemeyer. To have
some idea of tho work done, it may
bo stated that it tonic from 70 '
m. Wednesday till near 5.a. m. on
Thursday to confer the three ranks
of tho Order on the twelve persons
wlio presented tlicinsolvcs for mem
bership. Following aro the paints
of tbo candidates;
Dr. Geo, Herbert, government
resident physloinn, AVailuku;
0. 3ti V. burster, &ucnrboilcr.
Geo. O. Potter, overseer, Wnihce ;
Geo. Robs, bookkeeper, Spreck
L. JL Vcltlcsen, storo-kecper,
F. L. Stol, bookkeeper, Wilder's
K. A. Bielcnberg, storc-keepor,
A. Barnes, bookkeeper, Wailuku
W. A. Barnhnrdt, engineer, Wai
hoc; W. A. McKay, postina9ter and
tax-collector, Wailuku ;
F. S. Armstrong, sugar-boiler,
James Cowan, engineer, Ilamn
kuapoko. Owing to jury duty on tbo other
Hide of the island", Lahaina, and
other unavoidable circumstances,
six ot tho proposed members of the
new lodgo, making the full comple
ment of 18, wero unable to be pre
sent; however tho conferring of the
ranks on them is to bo done by the
ofllccrs of tho newly made lodge.
The following programme was
posted up at the Pythian headquart
ers, on arrival of the Knights in
PrTiiiAN IIi:aiquai;teks, )
Wailuku, Maui, Dec. , 1888. )
11:30 a. m. Flag will be hoisted
at headquarters and band will play
until 12 m.
1 :30 p.m. Tho Honolulu Knights
will assemble at Aloha Hall by order
of the Deputy Supreme Chancellor.
G p. in. The applicants for Aloha
Lodgo will assemble at the hall.
7 p. in. Tho band will give a
concert at the residence of Dr. Her
bert. Per order
J. A. Hassimjek,
Chairman Cora, of Arrangements.
After which the flatf presented by
Bro. Ilassinger to Mystic Lodge was
hoisted on tho flagstaff, the bnd
led by Prof. Berger, playing appro
Following are tho names of repre
sentatives of tho Supremo Lodge as
sisting at the ceremonies of confer
ring the ranks on members of Aloh
Bro. D. Dayton, Dep. Sup. Chan
cellor ; Bro. Geo. Ashley, Sup. Vice
Chan. ; Bro. A. Gartenberg, Sup.
Prelate; Bro. II. Smith, Sup. Pa9t
Chan.; Bro. C. W. Zicgier, Sup.
Mas. at Arms ; Bro. Fred Harrison,
Sup. Inner Gd. ; Bro. John C.
White, assisted by Bro. F. Gertz,
Sup. Out. G.
In the conferring of the third or
knight rank, the following team of
Mystic Lodge No. 2, performed the
ceremony in the amplified form of
the ritual of the Order: King, Bro.
M. 13. Grossman; Chan. Com. Bro.
J. A. Ilassinger; Prelate, M. N.
Kennedy ; Fellow Councillors, Bros.
G. 13. Stratemeyer, Z.K. Meyers, F.
Waklron, A. Gartenberg, C. J. Mc
Carthy, Jas. L. Torbert, F. Lewis,
P. A. Dias and Geo. Ashley.
Thursday morning the Royal Ha
waiian band gave an open air con
cert which attracted hundreds of
people. In the evening a reception
and ball were given in the skating
rink in honor of the inauguration of
Aloha Lodge. It was a grand af
fair, the interior of the hall being
beautifully decorated with flas,
evergreens and colored lanterns.
The Hawaiian band furnished music
Yesterday there was to bo a pic
nic to Iao valley, followed by an ex
cursion to Kahului on the railroad.
To-day was to be devoted to sight
seeing. The excusion party will
reach Honolulu Sunday morning.
ALL ABOUT A LITTLE BOY.
A native boy, eight years of age,
was taken to Molokai a week or two
ago, without the consent of his pa
rents. The latter had a warrant is
sued for his return and it being
served on the parties who hud the
boy, he was returned to Honolulu,
arriving last night in the Mokolii.
A charge of disobedience to parents
was entered against the boy in the
Police Court this morning, but at
the request of tho parents, a nolle
pros was entered. They were only
too glad to got the little fellow back.
(Patent Applied For)
For the Bcneflt of Those Using Tele
phones. The object of tho "MAGNIPH0NE" is,
to convey a clear and distinct menage
over Uio wires, and to enahle tho tseuder
to do to In a conversational tone of voice
or a whisper.
Atiialwlll convince the most seep,
tlcttl of Its merits,
Polluwlni; ure appended only a kf.w
of the jianv testimonials now in posoes.
slou of the Agents ut Hun Francisco,
Omen Chief or Fiiik Hm-AW-nuNT,
Ban Francisco, Cal., Sept. U5, '88. j
Ukxtmcuisi: Tho "Magniphono" put
rui hv jou, does nil you claim for It.
Put them on nil our Stations und send
hill to litis offlco.
David Boannki.l, Chief.
Wu. E. Hall, Clerk Chief of Police.
San KrunoUco, says: "We cheerfully
give our report in favor f the 'Mngnf.
S. P. TiiOKNB, Manager Grand Hotel,
Ban Frupcisco. says: "1'liu Uagul.
phones' are giving entro satsfaetou."
Agent at Honolulu.
Brewer's Block, jrate Btroot,
i&TOfllce Hoursxl from 13 noon till
2 P. M. 117 It
ifettcH bntTtr Ms fund am chtu'ld 10 ttntt
per Hneftr tit first imtrtita, end a ctntt ptr Hut
retry tiittimml intfrhtn.
TAX'S IJOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
At the ELITE."
Call for them while
TIf THE SUPKEME COURT
JL f the Uawailnn Islands. Id the
matter of C. A.WANG against whom
a Petition for adjudication was filed en
the 80th dav of Koveuber, 1888, In said
Court. In Bankruptcy, before Mr. Justice
Prciton. The 8lh day of December, 1888.
Upon reading the said Petition, and
upon proof before me taken, I do find
that tho said C. A.WANG has become u
Bankrupt within tho true intent and
meaning of tho Act approved on the
20th duy ot August, 188-1, entitled "An
Act to regulato proceedings in Bank
ruptcy in tho llawtdiau Islands."
And I do hereby declura and adjudge
him Bankrupt accordingly.
And I do further order that tho Credi
tors of the said Bankrupt come in nnd
provo their debts before such Justice of
the Supreme Court us shall he sitting in
Chambers at Alliolani Hale, Honolulu,
on the 18th day of l)eceber, 1888, be
twecn tho Hours of 10 o'clock in tho fore,
noon and noon f tho said day, and elect
ono or morb Asslgnco or Assignees of
the said Bankrupt's estate.
And that notice thereof bo published
alternately for three days each iu the
Hawaiian Gazette and Daily Bulletin
newspapers published in Honolulu, In
the English language.
And that the uidd Bankrupt shall
immediately file undar oath with tho
Clerk of this Honorahlo Court a sche
dule of his Creditors and Assets, aH
required by the said Act.
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: William Fostkii, Clerk.
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Corner of Fori & Hotel Streols.
THE DAILY BULLETIN In a livo
evening paper. 60 cents per month.
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Just Received by Last Steamei
A FULL ASSOKTMENT OF
Toys, Toys of all Description,
Dolls, Dolls in all Sizes.
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Wc call attention to tbo Ladies that wo aro Closing Out our
Entire Stock of
Ginliams & (Mb at ai Immense MoctioiL Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing: ut Low Prices,
Boy's Kneo Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes !
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
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Persian Casseneres in all SMes,
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
UHJH,I,.IU1 -. .
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WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy km SiiaWe for tie Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
X.UOO CurtalnH, Stampod Tlllen, Blioe XSutga, 33to.
Fall Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We call particular attention to our fine selection in
Castom-maflB Clolii'for Gents, looms & dim!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats it Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
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Call on us beforo going elsewhere.
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For Your Wife k dim
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The Actual Results ot these Policies as
paid since J882, have by Jar
been greater than tliosu
ot any other
Over $1,000,000 Insuranco in Force
On These Islandi.
C3TFor full particulars, ratea, etc
. O. ItUUGUlt,
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
THE OLDEST DAILY, In .the
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Caps & Robes, etc,
in New Styles.
63 & G5 Fort Street.
OOIS-K3a K2-NEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
in Point Laces on exhibition here"Wl
17 - 88
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Will Sell for the Month of Do
Greatly Reduced Prices
Ills Kxccedlngly Fine Asart
Wines ! Liquors !
BSrFumllica should not fall to take
advantage of this opportunity to supply"
themselves with their Block for tho
Holidays. f. -
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By his Attorney-in-Fact,
No, 26 Merchant Street, H. I
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