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Cliri&tmns, New Ycnrs and
Birthday Cards, of tho very latest
6lylea, (.elected by our Mr. V. C.
King during his late tiip to Ame
rica. Conic now before the rush,
and gel first choice. ' All goods new.
Anything purchased now will bo put
nsido subject to order.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 1888.
!' ..U'l-1 HAM, I I.H UOfm'PHII 1 J Jill mi ;m.i
S S Australia from San Francisco
Schr Luka from Kohahi
Sclir Lcahl from Hawaii
Stmr ICaala from H aialua and Walanao
Stmr .las Makce for ICnpaa at 5 p m
Bk Escort for Hongkong
fcchr llaleakla for i'epeekeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Schr Ka Moifor Hawaii
Stmr KimU lor Waialua and "Waiauae
at 9 a 111
Stmr Iwalani for Lahaina and Hama-
kua at 9 a 111
From Maui and Hawaii, per steamer
Kinau, Dec 11 t'apt Ulunev, II Wor
miugton, J N Webster, F Wilding, W
Uerlowltz, W K Sims, A Gilflllan, .1 W
Young, Mrs R Kyeroft and 4 children,
.las McAndrews, J J Jlonaghan, G H
Luce, E O Peacock, Sirs J Nawahi, J
Hadway, E WBainaid, G W Paty, Mrs
C Notlcy. O N bpencer, E P Low, Mis
Geo Fox and a ciiihlrcn, I, Ascu, Ash
ford Spencer, Miss M Kahnlelaau, W
Lanz, Aliss Stella Kaaua, Mis Mary
Kalaukoa, Miss Hoopii, Miss Deitha
Smithies, Mrs J E Barnard, E Dolan, J
Al Kapahu, A O Dowsett, A W Richard
son. Ah Lau, Ako, G W Yarrick, J M
McOhesuey, Major W H Coinwell, His
A Uornwell, Miss Bella Vida, and 110
From San Francisco, per S S Aus
tralia, Dee 11 Mrs (J W Crocker, .1 B
Burdell, Col S Hoffman, Mrs J I Dow
sett nnd child, iss E J Dowsett, Miss
Alice Roberts, Hon James Campbell,
wife, 3 childien and servant, J T Aiun
del, Mrs,M Hunaike, Dr A II Bailey,
Mrs Rogers, Isaac Damon, Ed Cliffonl,
O L aifel and wife, E Wight A Haas,
W S Luce, M Dickson, Misses Dickson
(4), Paul Bcvan, B Y Bevan, Mrs John
Brodie, W W Dimond and wife, W E
Fostur and wife, Mrs A Young, MPico.
wife and grandson, It Young, Miss M
Green, it D Gwin, Miss O'Brien, J II
Thompson, W F Love, Mrs It White
man and son, W Burnham, H C Lyons,
and 23 steerage.
For Maui and Hawaii, per steamer
Likelike, Dee 1 1 Maj Gen Cunliffe, A
T .Atkinson, Master Albert Atkinson,
.lolm T Baker, Hon II P Baldwin, and
'For Kauai, per steamer Waialeale,
Dec 11 Capt II Ablboru, Rev H Iscn
berg andiwife, ond 10 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 3,850 bags sugar, 98 sheep,
283 hides, 212 bags spuds, GO bags
corn, 210 pkgs suudiics.
Schr Luka 100 bags sugar.
Schr Manuokawai 407 bags rice.
S S Australia sailed from San Fran
cisco, Dec 4th, at 2 p in, with CI cabin
and 23 steerage passengers. Freight
122S tons. Dec 4tli to Olli, light $i E
winds and flue weather; Deo 7th to 8th,
strong S to S V winds and rough sea;
Deo Oth'to 11th, llghu N E tiades and
The sailing of the steamer Mikahala
lias been further put off until to-morrow.
At Cairo, Egypt, November 1888,
Mathcw Watson MeChesncy, aged 82
ycais 0 months.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. John T. Arundel returned on
Tun Australia brought alnrgo mail
for tho Post Ollicc.
Mn. Seabomo Luce arrived on tho
Australia looking well.
Thf rain caused a postponement
of the band conceit last evening.
Tub Rov, J. AV. Kaapu of Ilnnulei,
died last Sunday Very suddenly.
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Mr. A. M. Ifuwott has our thanks
for a complete file of late San Fran
Tjiu mombcid of tlio Altar Society
will moot nt tho Convent to-morrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
PiiKKSUiu: oh our space crowds out
eovcral communications, local matter
and foieigu news.
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Tug CJiribtiijas numbers of tlio
Graphic and Illiibtrated London News
canio by tlio Australia,
News canio by the Australia of the
death of Mrs. Vlkup, MUbionnry at
kusaie Island, in July last.
Tug Australia brought in gold
coin $100,000 for Bishop &. Co. and
.$20,00Q for tho U, S. S. Alert,
C2fr"Call and sit! the beautiful
assortment on sale tit tlio
Hawaiian Nuws Co.,
26 Merchant sttroat.
Purser Kiel of the Australia has
our thanks for lato San Francisco
Mr. Tlios I. Bergen, the law part
nor of tho late Hall McAllister, is
stopping at tlio Hawaiian Hotel.
W. F. Love, our "landed proprie
tor" leturned to his island homo on
the Auslialia. He looks Lovely.
Miss O'Brien airivcd on tlio Aus
tralia to take charge of tho millinery
department at C. J. Flshsl's leading
The holiday goods to be sold to
moi row evening by order of G. W.
Macfailone it Co., are now on view
at L. J. Levey's salesroom.
In the Police Court thin morning
nine drunks had to pay the usual
amount. Falailo was Bent on the
icef for forty days for assault and
battery on a native and his wife.
Hon. James Campbell, wife and
family, Hon. W. E. Foster and wife,
Mis. J. I. Dowsett and family, Mrs.
Dr. Rogers, and Mrs. Dr. Brodie,
were among the arrivals on the Aus
The regular sociablo at tho vestry
of Central Union Church will be
omitted this month, but to-morrow
evening the children's entertainment
will take place as announced at 0:30
The Australia arrived at 8:30
i) clock last evening, having been
delayed by heavy weather and other
causes. Sh brought 51 cabin and
23 steerage passengcis, and 1,225
Tub Australia leaves next Tuesday
at noon for San Francisco. Her next
sailing dale from the Litter place is
fixed for January 2d, 1839. In
March the steamer will bo laid up
for repaiid and a chattered steamer
will take her place, tunning on the
now time table.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Services at the churches at 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifle3 at
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion So
ciety at usual time and place.
SUBMARINE GABLE TO HAWAII.
The following relating to the above
subject appears in President Cleve
land's message to Congress:
Pioclamation was duly made on
the Gth day of November, 1887, of
the conventional extensions of the
treaty of June 3, 1875, with Ha
waii, under which relations of such
special and beneficent intercourse
have been created. In the vast
field of oriental commerce uow un
folded from over our Pacific bord
ers, no features piosent stronger re
commendations for Congressional
action than the establishment of
communication by submarine tele
graph with Honolulu. The geogra
phic position of the Hawaiian group
in relation to our Pacific states, cre
ates a natural interdependency and
mutuality of interest, which our pres
ent treaties were intended to foster
and which make close communication
a logical and commercial necessity.
Editor Bulletin: Will you
kindly oblige tho undersigned by
giving space to these lines. Some
time ago I took the agency for a
certain laundry, doing business in
Honolulu. In accepting the agency
tho agreement made on my part was
that I should obtain all tho custom
ers possible at such rates as could
be accepted. Betides, as I had to
pay tho rent for ollicc and most
other sundry expenses ut of my
own pocket, I was to receive and
deliver all such washing as should
be offered at the otlico, or what I
should call for amongst temporary
customers. From the amounts coi
lccled of such customers as had
washing done through my agency, I
was to receive a certain percentage.
This was all I had to do with it. I
certainly took no responsibility for
any clothing, or the faithful perform
ance of the washing to be done while
in the custody of others, Finding
my income insulllcicnt, I started a
laundry 011 my onn account, for the
purpose of improving my ciicuin
stauces. Therefore I withdrew from
tho agency of that certain establish
ment. It uow conies to my ears
that ceitain parties flouted tumors
about town that clothing had been
lost through my fault. If theso
words aro not withdrawn, and such
conduct desisted from, I bhall write
again, only more plainly.
Alubiit M. Mkiniuhdt,
Prop. International Laundry.
Have just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, llanglcs, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Rings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chain1?, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar Hut
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, etc.
J$3r Prices within the roaoh of nil.
DEATH OF MR. M.W. M'CHESIIEY.
Mr. Matthew Watson McChcsney
died recently at Caito, Egypt, in
the 83rd year of his age. He left
San Francisco last May to make a
long wished for trip to the Holy
land, quite a hazardous one for one
so advanced in years. lie left Lon
don late in September with Cooks
excursion party. The route of the
party embraced Paris, Borne, Con
stantinople and Athens. His last
letter to his relatives was dated from
the latter place.
The deceased was born at Tro',
New York.Fcb. 2 2d, 180G, of Scotch
Irish parcntagc,and served an appren
ticeship of seven years as n tanner
and currier- He afterwards did
business for many years at New
York and New Orleans, at which
latter city he resided during tho
civil war. lie was a staunch adhe
rent of the Union cause.
Some ten j-cars ngo he laid tlio
foundation of the business now be
ing conducted in Honolulu by
Matthew W. McChesney and
Sons. He has been very ac
tively engaged in bubiness during
his entiic life up to the date of his
departure on his lecent travels, so
suddenly terminated by his decoase.
The body was to be embalmed and
sent to San Francisco.
Tlio deceased leaves a widow, at
San Ftaucisco, two sons, Henry N.
now at the latter place, Robert AV.
at Honolulu, and a daughter, Sirs.
N. W. Griswold at San Francisco.
One son, James, died at Hot Spiings,
Ark., someyeais ago, the result of
wounds teceived at the battle of
Wilson's creek, Missouri, iu the late
DEATH OF MRS. DICKSON.
It is with much regiet we an
nounce the death of Mrs. Dickson,
which took place at the Grand Ho
tel, San Francisco, Nov. 22d. llcr
four daughters, brother-in-law Mr.
Robert Dickson, and sister-in-law
Mrs. Howard, were at the death
bed. Services were held at the
Grand Hotel conducted by Revs.
Walter Frear and J. A. Ciuzan,
both former pastors of tho deceased.
The body was embalmed, biouglit
to Honolulu on the Australia, and
now tests at the family residence,
Mrs. Laura Fish Judd Dickson,
daughter of the late Dr. G. P. and
Mrs. Judd, was born at the old
mission premises now used by the
Kawaiabao Female Seminary iu
Honolulu, on the 8th of September,
1835, being twin with her brother
Col. Charles II. Judd. She was
educated iu this country, and made
Iter first visit to the United States iu
1859, going around Cape Horn in
the "White Swallow" in company
with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder,
and returning by way of Panama.
She was mariied in 18G2 to Joshua
G. Dickson, of the firm of Lowers &
Dickson, lumber merchants. Her
husband deceased in 1880, leaving
four dnughtcrs and his aged mother.
Mis. Dickson's health failed rapid
ly the past summer, ahd as slio had
always gained in health by a trip to
a cooler climate she went to Cali
fornia by the last Alameda. All
that medical skill and the untiring
nursing of her dnughteis and nu
merous friend were of no avail, and
on the 22d of November she entered
into the rest of Heaven for which
she was fully prepared by a life
consecrated to God and humanity.
Tho funeral will take place Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock from thu
family residence, Beretania street,
The steamship Australia brought
dates to December 1th, inclusive.
Following is a summary:
Rear-Admiral Edward Simpson,
U. S. N., died at Washington, De
A large number of vessels were
driven ashore on the Atlantic coast,
Nov. 2fJth, during a violent storm.
It is reported that Jay Gould lias
bought the telegraph lines of the
Atchison, Topeka and Sauta Fe
Company for 300,000.
L. V. Williamson, tlio aged Phila
delphia philanthropist, has devoted
$2,000,000 to tho establishment of a
great industrial school for boys.
Yale beat Piinccton iu a football
game byascoie of 10 to 0, Nov.
Senator Sherman considers the
union of the United States with Ca
milla more than a possibility.
President-elect Harrison's private
secretary will be E. W, llalford,
mauagiiig editor of the Indianapolis
United States Consul II. M. Sew
all will leave San Frauoisco for Sa
moa, Dec. 10th.
B& From this day until Xmns wo
will sell everything at Gieally Re
duced Prices for Cash, a fine lino
of Watches, etc., on hand. Coma
and sec for yourself.
G6mi:s & WtCttMAN,
OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.
Kinney has hung out his shinglo
and is waiting for clients, but as
Hall McAllister is dead, there is
room at tlio top.
"Captain" Unger has not been
prosecuted. The grand jury came
to the conclusion that he did not in
tend wrong. Ho had been advised
by a lawyer, Kinney I think, that he
had a right to vote, and acted upon
the advice. The clerk who register
ed him also said that he had told
him ho was entitled to vote. The
fact remained, however, that he had
not been twelve months in the State
as the statute requires, but the
grand jury considerately resolved
that ho had technically never been
out of it.
J. G. Spencer and Mrs. Spencer
will return by the Mariposa, the
former in better health than when
he left Honolulu.
Frank Austin is coaching English
experts at the Palace, but the elec
tion of Harrison and the prospect of
a 50 per cent, cut iu the sugar duty
appear to have somewhat changed
their views legardiiiR tho value of
the Austin plantation pool as a pay
ing investment. English experts
ate not always understood by island
manipulators, but theic is hope they
may brace up somewhat before
reaching London. Any sugar land
in Hawaii should pay with judicious
W. II. Graenhalgh passed through
this city "lioinewaid bound." Ru
mors ciedit him with a royal com
mission. The advancing price of sugar has
a blimulating effect.
Coimil-Getieral MoKinley goes
around on two sticks, having thrown
away his crutches. He cannot bo per
suaded to tiy the faith cure. He is
always alert about Hawaiian busi
ness. Julius Smith is always employed
on railioad woik, and will take the
field again in a few days.
Genige Gresley Jackson is out for
the Southern Pacific Railroad and
is steadily forging uhead.
Mort Oat is in business at Oak
land, and his brother "Johnny'"
may be seen around tho Merchants'
Exchange in business hours. The
climate is not genial.
Joe Carter returns by the Mari
posa. Ho looks well.
Wra. G. Irwin is domiciled at the
Palace with his family. lie seems
to enjoy his vacation very tho
roughly, but in bis heart thinks
that Waikiki discounts "the gloiious
climate of California."
Clarence Macfarlano is sometimes
visible on Montgomery stieet, anil
his brother Geo. W. is said to be at
St. Louis with the probable chance
of a speedy return to San Francisco.
Messrs. Waller and Agnew arc
aiound, and don't seem to have lost
llesh or faith in the future.
Picsident Cleveland, in his mes
sage to Congress, advocates the lay
ing of a cable from the Coast to the
Islands. He evidently did not know
that about tho first act of the Gov
ernment after its installation was the
gianting of an exclusive light to an
old Tasinunian skipper, which a sub
servient Legislatuie subsequently
ratified. No chance for an Ameri
can eible. The Tneinaniau got a
beat on the Board of Directors of the
London Pacific Cable company by
virtue of this concession, and the
question which agitates enquiring
minds is how was Premier Green
captured? When this fact becomes
known at Washington it will not bo
considered a friendly act of the Ha
The Senate tariff bill will be pass
ed by that body and by tlio House
after its organization iu March, as
the Republicans linve a majority.
With cheaper labor tlio planters muy
still pull through if the Sugar Trust
does not steal everything iu &ight.
The annexation of Canada has be
come an active question iu Ameri
can politics. The Dominion is des
tined to lie absorbed by the great
Republic. This result will proba
bly bo hastened by a recent sociul
event which has excited gieat indig
nation in tlio State. A distinguish
ed American citizen, Mrs. Lnngtry,
was snubbed by Lady Stanley, wife
of the Govotnor-Gcneral, and the
Jersey Lily retired to hor privato
car in thu sulks instead of attending
the public ball and outshining thu
gieat daino, American chivalry tis
upon its mettle, and it is hound io
knock out the British aristocrats
who lord it in Canada,
Commodore Price of tho U. S.
Navy is dead,
Win. O'Connor is champion oais
mail of Aineiica. ImviiiLr defeated
, John Teenier on the Potomac
Hull Mc-Alliblci-, thu well kimwn,
I San Francisco lawyer, is deacjj "
JtcttcciVJultrihti heai are clmyiA 10 ttnti
ler Urfar tteflrtt Insertion, fuid 6 imt ' tint
tttri adtiiUvnal tnttrtlon.
YAK'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hftva jun received ot Australia
another lot of that " PlllLADI'.bl'niA
LAGEK HELR" in kcg, which they
are offering to thctr cuetomcrn. lit) lw
17R0ZEN Ointers, Grapes, Ikrtlrtt
. l'taro, Otobaqe, Caullllewtr, Ore
ft 'ii Applei, fitnokcil Salmon, Onions
and Potktoe, per 8 S. "Australia."
Uhestnuts, Almond mid Wnl nuts, Fresh
Hal mux cm ice, at the California Fruit
Market. 120 It
To Stand this Season, Jan. 1, '89
At Hokulela Htk JTarm,
Tho Importod Morgan Stallion
SS for Uaeli Hare.
Mnres bred to "GtORY" can remain
on the farm ut a pRBitmige at $12 per
annum. Every care tiiken but 110 res
8&-Mares not proving in foal may be
returned next season free of charge, if I
still own the Horse. J. GAY.
FIREWOOD at $10 per
corit. Applv at
BY a respectable Middle Aged Person
plain Bcwing, or a si illation us
nurse to an invalid. Inquire Bum.ktix
Ofllce. 118 3t
HAB Coral Hock, black Stone, Black
anil White Band and Soil, for sale
in any quantity. Apply at the ofilce of
W. (J. Achi, Kaahumanu street. 119 3m
TAVLE3 and Carriage house at Ka.
palatini, i oo m to aeeomnda e e'ncht
horses and lluee carriages. Apply to
111 2w JOtlNF. CLLBUHX.
TVTISS HUMBLE has removed to
XiX Adam'b LTiie, next door to Mrs.
lirickv.nud, v.hfre she has resumed
humneS'S, iind will he happy to meet all
her uld ru'tomers. 118 lw
MHS. GASCOYKE Is prepared to
leroivt' orders for Djclng all
c'akSM of Goods at the Thompson'
Celebrated Dye Works of Sun Fran,
oihoo. Samplis of the Dye in all the
various colurs anil shades can be eeen
on apuliciUion te Mrs. Gascoync's Dress
making Rooms. Ordets pioraptly at
tended to. 103 lm
OC-3'AS. J. F1SHEL.
Cornor of Fort & llolol Shoots.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN U a lhe
4. evening paper, DO ouU pur month.
03 & G5 TOUT
Just Received by Last Steamer
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Toys of all Description,
Dolls, Dolls in all Si2e.
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
We call attention to tbe LaiIUs that wo ore Closing Out our
Entire Stock of
miliar k CMiots at ;iu Immense Miction PpIgbs,
Children's & Hoy's Clothing: at Low Prices,
Boy's Kneo Pants,
Ladies', GentY and Children's Shoes I
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace Gaps & Robes, etc.,
Just Received in
Dec-l-88-lm 03 & G5 Fort Street.
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JBlCS-JkJK -Sc 30jyKFJkJJST.
NEW OOOIS-a8r-XEW GOODS-&S JS5-KEW GOODS
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy trooas SnitablB for tbe Holiday Season
Satin Tublo Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
l,ao Ciii-tulna. Htampod Tlclle, Hlioo Hub;". 3Eto.
Full Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, taasene, Tinsel, Poh-Pobs, Etc
Wo call particular attention to our fine selection in
GutOMii Mil for Ms, Yoitls k GUUnn !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Vlises,
Ilata fe Cips, Et., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want bomething very fine in
I 0. TUTinnnnl Tlnn4n flllnnn
Cull on us before
carMrs. B. C. Rowe's beautiful work in
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For Your Wife & Clilflrei
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Oo.
The Actual Re&ultH of tliefo Policies us
paid i-liice 188I), lmvu-by Inr
liccu greater tlmn those
ol any oilier
Over $1,000,000 Insurance in Force
On These Iblandi.
C8P For full pnrttcul.ui, mlm, etc
. O. UKUGEU.
Honolulu, General Agent Havidlau
THE OLDEST DAILY In
X Kingdom " 1'hii Dully llulletin."
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0 (llinnn-nr. 0 ft..,.!
Point Lacos on exhibition hereTM
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rpilK undersigned being about lo 1miy
JL the Kingdom, request! tho imme
diate gvtilument of nil account! dn
N. F, Burgees, or steps will be taken
to collect the same.
100 2w O. W. BUHGK8S.
ALL parties indebted to Yf. S. I,uo
on the UOlh day of September last,
are requested to settle up their accounts'
uttMicu. W. 8. LUCE,
lly bU atterney.in fact, Frank Urown.
A Place to Make a Good
The Best Company
Uuak AasetH - 11U,U0,U81 UU.
Life Insurance Go.,
Or NEW YOUK.
Will kcII you a Policy of Iniuranc vrhlob
Is Incoulfstabl after Two Yearn, and lb
an absolutely sufo itivejttmsnt. Call ou ,
. B. JKOSE,
Honolulu, Qenstal Agent, Urailtn j
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