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BOyKlng Bros.' Art Store
Artists' Mnteiiuls of all kinds.
flQT King Bros, have just received
a fine slock of New Goods, suitable
for Christmas Presents. Call early.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
MONDAY, DEC. 10, 1888.
Stmr Likcllke from Maui
Stmr Miknhala from Kauai
btmr Jas Makec from Kapaa
Sclir Jlary from Kauai
Stmr iMokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
StmrKaala lor Walalua and Walanne
at 9 a m
Stmr .F A Ciiniinins for Koolau
Sehr Ka Moi for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Likelike for Maul and way ports
at 5 p in
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Schr Haleakala for Tepcckco
Stmr W G Hall for Lahalna, Maalaea,
Kona. Kan and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
JJktne Planter for San Francisco
From Kapaa, per stmr Jas Makee,
Dec 8 P Bidell, Mrs W II Wee, Mrs
Phillips and 2 children, and 17 deck.
From Walanac and Waialua, per stmr
Kaala, Dec 8 Hon II A. Widcinann, J
Perry, Mrs Livingstone and 30 deck.
From Kauai, per stinr Mikaluila, Dec
9 CaptL A Alilboni, C Borchgrevink
and wife, A Lindsay, J A Cunningham.
C W Spitz, E Kopkc, H Isenbcrg, H
Hoffmann, C Bcrtulmann, Jr, C Scliolz,
Miss M Forbes, Miss Ana Weber and 40
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mikahala 2977 bgs sugar.
Stmr Likelike 1810 bgs sugar.
EjjTlie steamers Kilauea llou and Lehua
are due to-day, tbc Kinau to-morrow.
The Am bark Atlanta, Captain A
Anderson, arrived on Saturday, the Sth
Inst, 28 days from PortTownsend, with
nearly 700,000 feet lumber for Messrs
Lowers & Uooke and was docked at the
Fort street wharf. Experienced heavy
weather almost the entire passage.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A gold. neck chain has been found.
. . . .
A certificate of deposit has been
at Kaneoho is looking
Tlain sewing or
jiurso is wanted.
a situation as a
Tjiiut.y cases were on tho Police
Court calendar this morning.
Beveiui.. communications have
ueen held over on account of insufli-
J. E. BuoWn & Co. are now group
ing parcels for foreign countries to
.send by tho Zealandia.
Tu another column will bo found
the list of Mr. J. F. Morgan's even
ing sales. Out it out for future re
ference. The "Owl" for tho month has ap
peared with a strong voice. Copies
.can be had at tho Hawaiian News
ExoELSioii Lodge No. 1 I. O. O. F.
is forty-years old to-day. It is tho
oldest lodge of Odd Fellows this
.side the Bocky Mountains.
Pehsonb indebted to Mr. A. M.
Hewitt are asked to pay their bills
at 'Jiis bookstore, as tho condition of
liis health' precludes his calling upon
The Supremo Court in banco this
morning gave a decision in tho case
of H. A, Widoninnn vs. Minister of
Interior, injunction, relating to tho
grading of theJIIalokauila street. Tho
decision was in favor of tho defend
ant. The Directors of tho Kapiolani
Tark Association at a meeting hold
Ihis morning, granted to tho Ha
vmiian Tramways Company tho
privilegp of laying car tracks on their
property through tho Park. Tho
site of, tho proposed track was select
ed by tho Hireotors themselves.
The sale of Crown land leases by
1 Mr. L. J. Levey this noon wns largely
.attended, and spirited bidding took
place. Tho salu realized $3,288. No.
2 land at North Kona was withdrawn
on account of dispute in ownership.
Six apanixs on Oahu were also with
drawn because thoy could not bo Jo-tatod,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
EST By the above steamer we
will receive another invoice of those
Beautiful Xmas Cards, hunt! painted
on porcelain. Call early and get
Hawaiian IS'kws Co.,
25 Merchant streot.
A cool bedroom is advertised for.
Miss Humble, dressmaker, has a
Tiik Kinnu'is duo to-morrow
Hawaii and Maui.
Fnr.sii frozen oysters can be had at
the Beaver Saloon to-morrow.
Tin: Supremo Couit will sit in
banco on tho 17th to hear such cases
as may bo ready.
Look in at Vcnncr& Co.'s jowelry
store and examine tho elegant stock
of holiday goods.
A iikakk collapsed on Beretania
street Sunday afternoon. Tho occu
pant, a boy, was not hurt.
The Hawaiian Band will be gladly
welcomed back at Emma Squaro
this evening after a week's absence.
The steamship Australia is due at
noon to-morrow from San Francisco
with thirteen days later news and
sixteen days mail for tho Post Office.
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
will bo out to-morrow with a com
plete account of Knights of Pythias
excursion and other interesting local
Hon, Henry Waterhouse officiated
at Kautnakapili Chinch Sunday
morning in the absence of the pas
tor, Kev. J. Waiamau, who is bick
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
the semi-annual meeting of tho
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will be held at the room of tho
Tiios. K. Nathaniel was charged
in the Police Court this morning
with assault and battery on his wife.
There are other charges ponding
against the young man.
Tun sale of horses, etc., belonging
to the Squires estate by Mr. J.F. Mor
gan on Saturday, realized $1,099.50.
'The sale of cows and horses which
followed brought $510. Total jjil,
009.50'. .. ,
At St. Andrew's Cathedral yester
day morning the Kev. Geo. Wallace
preached a sermon having special
reference to the observance of Sun
day. He prefaced his remarks with
a few words about the
Two new classes in book-keeping
will ho started by Mr. P. C. Jones in
the Y. M. C. A. parlors thiri evening.
A class for beginners at (5:30 and
one, for advanced pupils at 7:15.
Young men desiring to join either
class will please bo on hand
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
Harmony Lodge No. 2 1. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class,
beginners' class at 0:30, advanced
On Thursday evening at 7 o'clock
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a special
sale of Christmas goods at his sales
room by order of G. W. Macfarlane
& Co, It, includes art and fancy
goods, French and English toys,
and tho balance of oil paintings
which will be sold without reserve.
MR. HAYSELDEN ARRESTED.
This morning about 11 o'clock,
Mr. F. II. Haysolden was arrested
on a warrant charging him with'
conspiracy in tho first degree con
trary to Section 28 of tho Penal
Code, Ho gave hail in tho sum of
S500 for his appearance in tho Police
Court Tuesday morning.
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
publio concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: l'AHT I.
March Imperial City Schlomer
Overturn Poet arid Peasant, ....c-uppp
Cavathia Tho Pirate Uclllnl
Selection Bohemian Girl lhilfo
Puhium, Kona, Main i ko Ao.
Medley Hlack Brigades Beyer
l'liul'ihia -Mill la the Forest.. Miehuells
Walt. Tho Syrens, ,,Waldteufcl
Polka A Good Kins Wnldteufel
Mil, ' T'l I H'C
Monjuy, Dec. 10th.
Seventeen drunks contributed
$102 to the treasury.
Manuel Perry was fined $2 for
carrying .one more passenger in his
hack than the )aw allows,
Ah Kill for violating rule 3 of the
I pxpress regulations was fined 5,
Have just opened out a Large New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Karrings, 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.
B6T Prices within tho reach of all.
ft Milts of Pylas
The Picnic, Ball, Hospitality, Etc.
(From our Sjiccial Correspondent.)
As by the conferring of
grees upon members of
Lodge, sufficient was done
constituting them Knights
Unas, the next step was to
themselves and elect their
This was on the following
(Thursday) when these
were elected and installed oincers
for the balance of the current term:
Win. A. McKay, P. C. ; Albert
Barnes, Chan. Com. ; George Her
bert, "Vice Chan. ; Fred L. Stolz,
Pre. ; E. A. Bielenberg, M. of E. ;
George Ross, M. of F. ; George C.
Potter, K. of K. & S. ; Charles M.
V. Forster, M. at A. ; Win. A.
Barnhardt, I. G. ; L. M. Vettlesen,
At the conclusion of tho installa
tion ceremonies, Bro. D. Dayton as
Dep. Sup. Chancellor, handed over
to the Chan. Com. the Charter of the
new lodge granted by the Supreme
Lodge, Knights of Pythias of the
Woild. In this connection it may
be stated that the lodges in this
kingdom work directly under
the Supreme Lodge, and ate not
subordinate to any Grand Lodge,
there being none in the jurisdiction
of the Hawaiian Islands. Washing
ton D. C, is at the present time the
headquarters of the Supreme Lodge
of the world.
Thus ended the work of institut
ing the third lodge of the order in
this jurisdiction, and great praise is
due therefor to Bro ILL. Austin P.C.
of Brooklyn Lodge No. 118, Kansas
City, Mo., for being the promoter of
Aloha Lodge No. 3. It is Bro. Austin's
intention as well as membcis of the
two lodges in Honolulu, now resi
dents in tho Wailuku district, to
transfer their membership and af
filiate with the Wailuku Lodge.
To those who are curious to in
quire what are the benefits to be de
rived by becoming a Knight of Py
thias, suffice it to say that the three
I great pillars of the Order arc found
ed upon iTieiiusiiip, unamy anu
Benevolence. The Order univer
sal, like other kindred societies, has
its share of the responsibility for
the care and support of its widows
In honor of tho inauguration of
Aloha Lodge No. 3, a
KECEI'TION AND BALL
were held the same (Thursday) eve
ning in the Wailuku Skating Rink.
The affair was a brilliant one and
successful in every particular. The
ball room was tastefully decorated
with flags, mottos, evergreens and
flowers. The music by the Royal
Hawaiian band was of course, all
that could be desired, and. the sup
per was equal to any given in Ho
nolulu. There were twenty num
bers in the programme of dances.
Prof. Berger, leader of tho band,
was floor manager; the reception
committee with red rosettes were,
Dr. Geo. Herbert, A. Barnes, E. A.
Bielenberg, F. L. Stolz, Win. A
McKay and E. Hoffman ; the floor
committee witli blue rosettes were,
Geo. C. Potter, Fred Armstrong
and Geo. Ross. Dancing was over
at half-past one Friday morning. It
was said that on no former occasion
of a ball was there a fuller attend
ance of guests, and it did seem that
the whole of tho Wailuku people
was present. Many were tho ex
pressions of satisfaction heaul
through tie eyenlug's entertain
ment. Through the kindness of
Mr. G. P, Wilder (Kaulca as hu is
familiarly called), special trains
wero despatched to and fro for the
accommodation of guests coming
from beyond the Wailuku outskirts.
to Jao Valley was on Friday the 7th,
distanpe betwpen three and four
miles. Upward of seventy people
ventured up this famous valley.
Tho road to it showed Bigns of a re
cent rain, and for carriages the
pathway was about two-thirds of
tho way, while those of tho party on
horseback could go up as far us a
spot known as tho table land. In
some places the carriage road would
be through thickets of lantaua, and
so thick was the growth of this wild
bush at tho cxtiemo end of the carriage-road
that to turn tho carriages
horses had to be unhitched from
them. There were about ten car
ta lt'!K.ir.'riij?yfjM) w,!'''.'yg!! jl"
riages used by tho party, and in the
return houio the rear carriage was
tho first to start, tho first which led
on tho way up taking tho rear. Bo
foro arriving at tho place where the
picnic was to -bo hold, there were
two crossings of a running stream
that had to bo waded by Ibosc of
the party in carriages. This was
done by means ofthfeo or four
horses boing used, led by a naltvo,
and going back and fortii. Being a
sort of rural felicity, the ladies
didn't mind it.
While the iinu was being prepar
ed, and tlio stones heated to Avlua
(roast) the pig a la Hawaiian, an
hour was spent by some of tho party
visiting the table land, about one
mile further up the valley. The so
called table land is upon the sum
mit of a high hill surrounded by a
lofty range of mountains, separated
from the hill by deep ravines.
Standing ou the hill top one im
agines himself encircled, horse
shoo like, by a range of steep,
mountains. Wild roses abound here,
and as evidence that one has as
cended to the top of the land he or
she must return with lcis made of
the wild roses and ferns.
It may not have been generally
known by the party, but it is never
theless a fact, that of those who
started with one guide for tho table
land five were so far behind tho
rest minus a guide, that they lost
their way thither, havinjr cone on
the wrong track. Of the five, two
were ladies and three "gentlemen.
One of the gentlemen acting as an
amateur guide, proved himself a
failure, so much so that one of tho
gentler sex could not help but sob
in tears. However tne live man
aged to get out of the bush easier
than getting into it.
Returning to the place where the
iinu was, we found tho table, or
rather a mat, beset with the eat
ables common to native Hawaiians.
After a few moments' pause, tho
ladies and gentlemen sat (well some
lav") down to do justice to the
inner being tho luau began. Mr.
A. W. Richardson having with him
his camera, took a successful photo
graph of the party while eating.
After the luau the party returned
to town after thoroughly enjoying
In the evening the day's sport
ended with an open air concert at
The first concert given bj the
Band was at the residence of Dr.
Geo. Herbert on Wednesday even
ing. Thursday evening the Band
played for tho grand ball. The Wai
luku Hospital was on Friday morn
ing favored with music by the Band,
aud in the evening special trains
were despatched to convey mem
bers of the Band, the Knights of
Pythias of Honolulu and Wailuku,
and others to Kaliului for an open
air concert at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Wilder. Professor
Berger's boys rendered some fine
music and singing on this occasion
and they were frequently applaud
ed. During tho evening's enter
tainment, through the kindness of
the host and hostess, whose doors
were thrown wide open for the re
ception of visitors, tea, coffee and
cake were served. Mr. Wilder
personally waited around and was
particular to see that each visitor
partook of some refreshments. After
the concert the Band and visitors
were conveyed back to Wailuku.
The last place for the Band to play
was the residence of II. Morrison,
manager at Spreckelsvillo. It was
on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4
o'clock. 'This not being generally
known, the throng of people pre
sent outside of our own party, was
very small. The music and singing
by the bandsmen were, however, ap
preciated then as on previous occa
sions. The bandsmen had the Wai
luku Court House as their head
quarters. Besides these concerts the Band
played an hour dally, 8 to 9 a. m.
near the Post Office, corner of Main
and High streets. At all of tho
concerts throngs of peoplo congre
gated, whose praises for the fine
rendering of music were heard on
The Pythian excursionists seem
to have heen favored with clear
weather Ihrouclioul, ao say the
Wailuku kamaainas, considering
that it had been raining now and
then sinoo November lGth up to tho
Sunday previous to our arrival. Wo
found the evenings in Wailuku
cool and refreshing, but as yet
there is no snow on Haleakala.
TUB l'VTHIAK FI.AO,
Presented by Bro. Has3inger to No.
$ lodge was carried along with thp
excursion to Wailuku. It had its
placo on tho stepracr Likeliko'a
maiuinast both at her sailing from
Honolulu and on arrival at Kuhului ;
also on the return from Kuhului and
arrivul in Honolulu. It had Hoatcd
in the breeze daily from the Pythlau
flagstaff at Wailuku. An imposing
scene was when on Saturday last,
tho ing wqs lowered, fpr tie lftstj
tiii)o from tho Wailuku staff, prp
paratory to our return for Honolulu.
The knights had formed a triangle
with uncovered heads, and at ho
very moment for lowering it slowly,
the Uaml Btruck up tho tune "Aloha
Oe." Tho lowering of the flag and
the playing of tho music finishing
at tho same time, mado it impres-
ively effective, bo muoh so that
many of the by-standera were shed
ding tears ou the eve of our depart
ure from Wailuku.
Accorded us during our short stay
in Wailuku was one wo cannot soon
forget. Wo wero treated like princes,
in fact none such werccrcr bet
ter treated by the Wailuku residents
than wo wore. Tho brother Knights
of Wailuku are to bo congratulated
for tho successful and complete ar
rangement of alt details counoctod
with the inauguration of their lodge
in Wailuku but brethren,
"Let us harmonious sec,
Our Order extended he,
All nations O'er."
THE KXCUUTIONIST8 RETUnN.
Returning by special train from
Spreckelsvillo to Kuhului, wo were
met by the Wailuku Knights in a
body, who had como to bid us good
bye. Of course the Wailuku Indies
came too, perhaps to see our Hono
lulu ladies (?) off. After tho play
ing of two or three pieces by the
band on tho wharf, and handshaking
of friends, wo were off on the boats
amid cheering and waving of hand
kerchiefs. After boarding the
teamer, Capt. Davis immediately
gave orders to hoist anchor and
away we sped on our way back to
Honolulu. The Likelike touched at
Lahaina and Kaunakakai for passen
gers and tho mails. Musio and songs
on board tho steamer by tho passen
gers reigned tho most part of tho
night, and there was little or no
sea sickness. Capt. Davis and other
ollkers of the steamer Likelike were
yery attentive to tho wants of tho
excursionists botli in going to Wai
luku and on their return. Before
stepping ashoro in Honolulu, a vote
of thanks was tendered to tho Cap
tain and officers of tho steamer for
their kind attention. Capt. Davis
acknowledged the compliment in
suitable terms. Tho party arrived
in Honolulu Sunday morning a little
The Pythian goat was safely re
turned under tho nursing care of
Bros. Grossman and Hassinger.
Wetictt wnrfw this htd an clitrgcd 10 tts
per lintftr thefint imertUa, mad 6 cents per line
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
At the ELITE."
Call for them while
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CHAS. J- FISHEL.
Corner of Fort & Hotol Streets.
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Just Received by Last Steamer
A Fl'LL ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Toys of all Description,
Dolls, Dolls in all Sizes.
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Xmas & N
call attention to the Ladies that we are Closing Out our
Entire Stock of
(iill k Clevis at mi Innse Much Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing at Low Prices,
Boy's Knee Pants,
Ladies', GentV and Children's Shoes !
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
JEfcitotooiis XfclDBJBOTVS Ribbons
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace Caps & Robes, etc.,
Just "Received in Now Styles.
C3 & G5 Fort Streot.
-SES THE SJ2I-
EGhrs &c ooimcjpiy'.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy Goods Suitable for tne Holiaa? Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Sarahs,
Liico OurtalriH. 8tamiod 'X'lO.leu, Blioo Uubb, IILo.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, irrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We call particular attention to our fino selection in
Cistonfle GloMi for Beats, Tools k GdMm !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats ifc Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc. J
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Lais' k Misses' Boots, Sloes k Slippers k (teats' Qaiters
Call on us beforo going elsewhere.
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The Actual Results of thete Policies as
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of any other
Oyer $1,000,000 Insurance In Force
On These Islandi.
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Qenoral Agent Hawaiian
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Ills Exceedingly Pine Assort
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Bar Families should not fail to take
advantage of this opportunity to aupply
themselves with their Stock for tho
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