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tST Christmas, New Ycnis and
Birthday Cards, of tho very latest
styles, ectected by our Mr. W. C.
King during his late tiip to Ame
rica. Cotuo now before the rush,
and get llrst choice. All goods new.
Anything purchnscd now will be put
aside subject to order.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand: Merchant aud Fort
treet. Telephones, 335.
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THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1888.
Stmr Kilauc.a Hon fioin Ilnmakua
Stmr 0 It Bishop fiom Koohiu
Stmr Mikalial.i foi Kauai at 5 p m
Schr KaMoi for Haw all
StmrlCaala for Waialua aud Waiauae
at 9 a m
Stinr Iwalanl .for Lahalua ami Hama-
kun at 9 a m
Stmr Jas JIaUec for Kapaa at 5 p m
Bk Escort for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C 11 Bishop for a Chcuit of J Oaliu
atmr Jiilauca lion lor llamakua, Ua-
w all at 5 p m
Bk W B Godfiey for Sail Traucisco
Stmr Kluau for Hilo aud way ports at
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilauea Hou 3,460 bags sugar.
Tho bark WB Godfiey will sail for
San Fiancisco to-monow.
San Francisco An ivals: November
21st bktne W II Dlmond 19 days from
Honolulu; Novcinbca 23d bark Forest
Queen 124 days from Honolulu, tchr
Anna 10 days fiom Kahului, S S Maii
posa C days from Honolulu ; November
27tli S S Anstialla 7 days from Hono
lulu. Departures: Nov 18th S S Alameda
for Honolulu; November 2lstbaik Lady
J,anipson for Honolulu ; No ember 22d
sclir Queen for Mahukona; November
27th sclir Twilight for Honolulu; De
cember 1st brig Courney Ford for Ka
hului; December 2d bark O D Bryant
for Honolulu, schr Anna for Kahului,
bktiicHV II Dimond for Honolulu.
Projected Departures: Bark t-ouoma
and schr W S Bowne on December filli,
bark Forest Queen and S S Maiiposi on
December 15th, S S Australia on Janu
ary 2, 18S9 ; sclir Sailor Boy for Mahu
kona on December Cth; brig Consuelo
for Honolulu ; S S Bio do Janeiro for
Honolulu on December 8th.
Port Townsend Novomber 23d bktno
Mary Winkclmau from Honolulu.
Port Gamble November 23d bark
Jas A King for Honolulu.
Hongkong November 24 S S San
Matoo for Honolulu.
Captain Marston, once of the bark
Lady Lampson, has gone to Glasgow,
Scotland, to supeilnteud tho finishing of
a new steel baik which has just been
built there. The vessel will go under
thellawaiiauJlag, and will bo used In
the trade between Honolulu and this
city, bhe is mimed Andiew Wolch, after
the President of tho American Sugar
Bellnery, and her dimensions mo 105 by
by 30 by 18? feet. Alta California.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Phei'ABE gentlomon for Goldberg's
Messrs. Hackfeld & Co.
salmon in barrels for sale.
Two houses on Nuuanu street and
a cottago on School street are to let.
The Kinau Bails at 2 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon, for Maui and Ha
waii. JuaaED haro was ono of tho dishes
served at J. P. Bowon's lunch-rooms
The band will givo a public con
cort at tho Hawaiian Hotel, Friday
Mil. A. M. Howolt left this morn
ing, for a two weeks stay at Mikilua,
by order of his physician.
"The Engaged Girls Protective
Union," is tho nanio of a society re
cently formed in San Francisco,
Miib. R. Whitman, a Bister of Rev.
W. O. Meiritt, Principal of Oahu
College, arrived on tho Austialia,
Okntlemen will meet this evening
at 8 o'clock at tho hall of tho Hono
lulu Social Club for practice in danc
ing. i . '
, Miss Chillburg has just rocoived
now goods from tho East made wpe
cially for tho island trade. Sco ad
At the tegular meeting of tho De
bating Society this evening, tho plat
form of tho Hawaiian Political Asso
ciation will bo discussed,
''Vaiiiety is tho spico of life," at
least so think Wcuncr & Co., for
ovory h'.y there is a chango of holi
day goods scon in their window.
Ab Xmas day falls on a TuoBday
iho Kinau will sail tho day after,
Wednebday tho 20tl. She will re
turn from tho trip January 1st.
rSir Call and soo the beautiful
assortment on salo at the
Hawaiian NkWs Co.,
25 Mci chant stroet.
Tun steam roller will bo at work
on Hotel sticet to-morrow.
Mil. T. P. Scvcrin has opened tho
old Montano photographic gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets.
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The weekly lhctorical exeiciscs at
Oahu College took place yesterday,
when a very interesting programme
was carried out.
The Knnichnmclia school baseball
club has accoptcd a challongo from
tho Mystic baseball club, for a friend
ly gnio at the Makiki Bccrcation
grounds, New Year's day.
Tiik Hawaiian News Company
have tho Mclo Hawaii for salo bound
in plush, with gilt finish, in assorted
colors. There arc eighteen numbers
altogether, including tho three latest
In tho bankruptcy of P. Mclnei ny
beforo Mr. Justico Preston, two
claims were pioved amounting to
$620.50, and T. F. Lansing waB ap
pointed assignee, under bond of
A meeting of tho Executive Com
mittee of the Hawaiian Rifle Asso
ciation will bo held Saturday, even
ing, at 8 o'clock, at the Hawaiian
Hotel,' to arrange a piogramme for
the target practice on New Year's
A tine Bologna sausage from tho
City Meat Market, was left at the
Bulletin office this morning. The
excellent quantity for which Tinker's
sausages have been noted in the past
is more than maintained. Tiy 'cm,
they are immense.
Oun old and esteemed fiiciul Spitz
returns to home to Nawiliwili, Kau.ii,
this evening, after a stay of several
days in the city. Mr. Spitz takes
along a milkshake machine with him,
and will heicafter treat the people of
Nawiliwili to "shakes."
Miss O'Brien, who takes charge of
the millinery department .it C. .7.
Fishel's store, is a lady of much ex
perience, and will give every satis
faction to Mr. Fishel's numerous
patrons. A new stock of millineiy
goods has been received.
The S. F. Chronicle of November
30th, has the following: E. A. Pierce,
an old rosident of Honolulu, who
enjoyed the distinction of serving as
Secietary of thico successive Legis
lature under the Gibson administra
tion of affairs in the Hawaiian King
dom, is in tho City and County Hos
pital seriously ill with a bronchial
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Y. M. C, A. ajnging class, at
Debating Society at usual time
Moonlight concert ' at Thomas
Square at 7:80.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rides at
Childrens entertainment at vestry
of Central Union Church at G:30.
Auction sale of Xnias goods, at
L. J. Levey's sales rooms at 7.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
ur j. r. morgan.
At 10 a. m., credit sale of dry,
tailors and furnishing goods at sales
room. THE PYTHIAN FLAG.
At the regular meeting of Mystic
Lodge No. 2 K. of P. held last eve
ning, tho Pythian flag, the gift of
Mrs. and Miss Hassinger, was pre
sented to tho Lodge by Bro. M. E.
Grossman, P. C, with suitablo re
marks. It was accepted on behalf
of tho Lodge by Vice Chancellor F.
Waldion in a neat and appropriate
BOOKED. TO LEAVE.
The following are booked to leavo
for San Francisco at tho olllce of W.
G. Irwin & Co. :
By tho Zealandia, Dec. 15th : F.
Wilding, J. M. Sass.
By the Australia, Dec. 18th : R.
G. Denig, wife and two children,
Hon. II. A. Widomann, C. O. Cole
man, JHajor beward, Mrs. 11. T.
Broderick, Miss Rickard, Master
Itickard, Col. S. Hoffman.
PREPARING FOR OPENING DAY.
Great preparations are going on
in tho utore of Mr. O. J. Fishcl,
corner of Hotel and Fort streets, for
the grand opening of holiday goods,
personally selected by tho proprietor.
From what we have seen it is doubt
ful if u liner stock of goods could
be seen anywhere, and particularly
must the attention of gentlemen bo
called to tho Btock of ties, scarfs,
etc., which aro something entirely
new to this market. Oppning day
will be on Saturday, and then
everyone can seo for thoinaclves,
IIao just opened out a Largo Now
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Sot and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Tins, Rings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, eto.
JUST Prices within the rcnoh of all.
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: TAUT I.
Maich Crow n Pi luce Krai
Ovei turc Iphigcnia Gluek
Waltz Iia Ghana Bucalossl
Reminiscences of Gounod Godfiey
Ala Hlki Mai, Ipo Lau.ic.
Medley German Songs. . . .eidcnglauz
Finale Sti adolla Flotow
'Valt -Don Ca)sar Delllngcr
Polka Black Hussars Mlllockcr
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Mr. S. B. Rose, local agent of the
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York, is distributing very neat
ly gottcn-up blotting pads with a
place for mcmoiandaand a complete
calendar for the year 1880. Ac
companying them arc two neat
pamphlets showing the value of life
insurance and giving some wonder
ful figures. This old aud reliable
company never forgets the holiday
THIS EVENING'S SALE.
The special sale of Christmas
goods by order of G. W. Macfar
lane & Co., takes place this evening
at 7 o'clock at the salesrooms of L.
J. Levey, corner of Queen and Fort
streots. The goods have been on
exhibition tho past two days, and
have been admired by hundreds of
people. Theic will be offered a
choice selection of ait and fancy
goods, a lot of English and French
toys, also the balance of a collection
of oil paintings. Everything will
be sold without reserve, so that bar
gains maj' be looked for. Special
accommodations for ladies.
G. A. R.
The officers of Geo. W. Do Long
Post, No. 45 G. A. R., for the en
suing year are as follows:
F. Turrill, P. C.
W. II. Wilkinson, S. V. C.
M. Adlcr, J. V. C.
J. J. Greene, Q. M.
N. B. Emerson, Suigeon.
J. Sherman, Chaplain.
S. McKeague, O. D.
T. Short, O. G.
The retiiing Post Commander,
Col. V. V. Ashford, was unani
mously chosen for presentation to
the Adjutant-Geneial for position
of Aide-de-Camp on the Depart
It will be remembered that the
Royal Hawaiian band accompanied
the Knights of Pythias on tho recent
pilgrimage to Wailuku, Maui. The
Knights to show their appreciation
of the valuable services of Prof.
Honry Berger, bandmaster, decided
to present him with a token. Ac
cordingly at two o'clock this after
noon Bros. J. A. Hassinger, W. G.
Ashley, M. E. Grossman and C. J.
McCarthy called on the Professor at
his residence, Hotel street, and
in the name of the Pythian
Knights presented him witli a
very handsome silver tilting
pitcher, with a pair of gold
lined goblets. The following in
scription was engraved on the
"To Prof. Henry Berger, as a
token of esteem from tho Pythian
Knights of the Wailuku pilgrimage,
Accompanying tho gift was an en
grossed address, rend by Bro. Has
singer. It was as follows :
Prof. IlENnr Behgeii, Band Master
Royal Hawaiian Band.
Dear Sir: Tho undersigned
Knights of tho Pythias pilgrimago
to Wailuku, beg your acceptance
of this littlo token of our duo ap
preciation of tho untiring manner in
which you devoted day and night
in aiding with your band to make
our excursion n complete success
and enhancing the pleasure of our
hosts on Maui as well as ourselves:
J. A. Hassinger, W. G. Ashley,
F. Waldron, Kobt. More, T. K.
Lloyd, Fred Harrison, C. J. Mo-H
Carthy, W. C. Wilder Jr., M. E
Grossman, C. T. Wilder, Frank
GerU, F. M. Lewis, J. C. White,
M. N. Kennedy, J. L. Toibort, F.
llustace, M. A. Gonsalves, Z, K.
Myers, J. II. Hunt.C. "W. Zeigler, A.
Gartenberg, A. W. Richardson, P.
A. Dias, John Kidwell, Henry
Smith and J. M. McChesnoy.
Prof. Berger was very much taken
by suipiise. IIo accepted tho gift
as a token of tho Knights apprecia
tion of his services. IIo had done
nothing more than his duty, and
was glad they were pleased with his
efforts. IIo begged to thank them
yery much for tho handsome present
whicji ho should always remcinbor
JUST" From this day until Xmas wo
will soil everything at Gico,tly Re
duced Prices for Cash, a flue' line
of Watches, etc., on hand. Come
and sou for yourself.
Gomes & Wichman,
For several days last week, Ililo
was visited with a severe thunder
storm, accompanied with wind and
lain. The lightning was especially
sharp. It struck a fine grove of
some 13 trees makai of tho Volcano
road, near J. D. Mills' old store.
Probably most, if not all of tho
trees will be killed, as they all stood
.very near cacii other. Tho bolt
struck three of tho trees running
down the trunks until- near tho
ground, when it branched off and
ran through the wet grass, its tracks
looking very like a dissecting map.
Tho telephone wirc3 conducted the
fluid into many of the houses in
town, and although no damage was
done, still it was uncanny to see the
lichtniiur playing aiound the rooms
where the instruments were situat
ed. The weather now has cleared
up, and Hilo once nioro has donned
its gala-day dress.
A week ago to-moirow the Lur
line arrived from 'Fiisco after ono
of Capt. MatBon's famous trips of
13 days. She will be followed by
another vessel early in January.
Passengers by, the Lurlino are
Misses Low and Hitchcock, Messrs.
Swartout and Richards, and E.
Richards. She also has a full load
of provisions, merchandise and live
Another murder still to leport.
Our Sheiiff no sooner get9 back
from the Wairaca term of Court,
with its long list of murders, bur
glaries, forceries, and larcenies,
when he is called off to look up an
other murder case. A week ago
yesterday the news was brought
over the wires that a native had
killed another native, out on the
Pcpcekco Plantation. An inquest
wa3 held the next day, and the fol
lowing facts were brought out: A
South-sea Islander, on going fiom
his house to another one not far off,
about 7 p. in., when near the other
house, suddenly received a blow
fiom a hoe in tho hands of a man,
who seemed to be chopping at
something lying down on the ground
in front of him. The islander cried
out, "Auwc kuu make!" and ran
off. This was within ten feet of a
house where more than thirty men
were staying, and who had not
heard a sound from the sceuo of the
tragedy until the islander's voice
aroused them. Some of them then
ran out, and seeing a man cut
ting at another with a hoe they at
tempted to arrest him, but he was
too quick and made a break for the
cane fields. They, however, were
able to identify the man. His name
is Nakii, alias Lipine. This same
man was one of the graduates of the
Kaimiloa, and has probably profited
by his sojourn at Samoa. The
Sheriff yesterday had a largo party
of police and plantation hands out
searching through the cane fields,
aud found where the man had slept,
but could not find him. He was,
however, found yesteiday near Mula
gulch, by a party of natives, aud
was at once caught and brought to
town and lodged in jail. The sup
posed cause was jealousy. The
prisoner is now in Oahu Jail. Ed.J
A daring burglaiy was committed
a few days since, ou Judge Austin's
olllce. Between the hours of 3 and
G in tho afternoon some ono entered
tho office through a back window
and burglarised the safo of somo
8100. Suspicion immediately point
ed to one man, who has been ar
rested and is now in jail awaiting a
hearing In the case. Hilo.
Hilo, Dec. 8. 1888.
Tho Cormorant remained at Hilo
for Ave days, taking her departure
early on Saturday morning, Deo. 1.
Her course was skirling the Puna
coast, and her piobable destination
Whooping cough is now raging at
Ililo as an epidemic, and was most
probably impoitcd from Honolulu.
Tho change in tho time of the Ki
nau's sailing from a weekly to a ton
day service is causing considerable
Since writing tho above nows has
come to hand of a murderous assault
at Kawaihae, a native attacking his
wife with a knifo but without caus
ing tho death of his victim.
Hilo, Deo. 8.
POLICE COURT. ,
TiiunsiMT, Dec. 18th.
Five drunks had each to pay $G,
R. A. Burgett, charged with us
ing threatening language towards
Frank May was remanded, the com-,
plainant being sick.
W. R. S. Ralston, a well-known,
English writer has become insane on
tho subject of tho Whitechapel mur-(ersf
Xetleti under thit htad nn cfiargul 10 cents
per Untfor Ihtflrtt insertion, utut 6 cents per lint
nerg adiUlonal Initrticm,
VAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lurna' Mill.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just rccelTcd ox Australia
another lot of tlm; PHILADELPHIA
LAGKll BEER" in kegs, which they
aro offcrlnc to their customers 110 lw
MISS BUMBLE lins removed to
Adam's Lane, next door to Mrs.
lirickwood, where she 1ms resumed
business, and will bo happy to meet all
her old customers. 118 lw
MBS. QASCOYNE Is prepared to
receive orders for Dyeing all
classes of Goods At tho Thompson's
Celebrated Dyo Works of San Fran
cisco. Samples of the Dyo lu all tho
various colors and shades cnu be teen
on application to Mrs. Gnscoyno'aDre3s.
making Booms. Orders promptly at.
tended to. 109 lm
CERTIFICATE of deposit in Bishop
& Co.'s Bank No. 16G73 for $1,
997.59, dated October 23, 1888, in faTor
of G. P. Wilder, has been lost and pay
merit thereof stopped at tho bank. The
public aro warned against taking or no
gotlnting the same and tho Under will
pleiBo return It to G. P. Wilder, Kahu
lui, Maul j or, S. G. Wilder, Honolulu.
rpiIE Splendid Groy
JL Stallion "Princo,"
1 years old, will bo sold
for ouc-half his value,
$500 in Gold Coin. If not sold in 10
days, will be sent back to Stm Francisco
on next steamer. Apply to
115 2w H. WORMINGTON.
IS THE SUPREME COURT
f the Hawaiian Islands. In tho
matter of C. AWANG against whom
a Petition for adjudication was filed on
tho 30th dav of November, 1888, in said
Court, lu Bankruptcy, beforo Mr. Justice
Preston. Tho 8lh day of December, 1888.
Upon reading the said Petition, and
upon proef before ine taken, I do find
that the said C. AWANG has become a
Bankrupt within the truo intent and
mcaninc of ths Act approved on the
29th day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Bank
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islauds."
And I do hcroby declare and adjudge
him Bankrupt accordingly.
Aud I do further order that the Credi
tors of the paid Bankrupt come in and
prove their debts before such Justice of
the Supreme Court as shall be sitting in
Chambers at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu,
on the 18th day of December, 1888, be.
tweeu the houisof 10 o'clock in the foro
noon aud noon of the said day, and elect
one or more Assignee or Assignees of
tho bind Bankrupt's estate.
And that notice thereof he published
in tho Hawaiian Gazette and Daily
Bulletin newspapers published in
Honolulu, In tho English language.
And thut the said Bankrupt shall
immediately Mo under oath with tho
Clerk of this Honorable Court a sche
dule of his Creditors and Assets, as
required by the said Act.
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: William Fobtkii, Clerk.
Cornor ol Fort & Hotel Street.
THE DAILY BULLETIN in a live
evening pspor. (0 ceuU per month.
jjH i oiina
li L t't'is jn3 pi i?3 jtr n f ca
G3 & G5 FORT STREET.
Just Received by Last Steamer I
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 for PRESENTS.
We call attention to the Ladies that wo are Closing Out our
Entiie Stock of
(iiii'iliiii k Cheviots at ai Iiib Mictioi Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing: at low Prices,
Boy's Kneo Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes !
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Iillbou 3E03:BOTS OR-xblbosis
Dress Goods, Dress Goods.
Persian Cassemeres in all Sliailes,
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace Gaps & Robes, etc.,
Just Received in Now Styles.
Dec-l-88-lm G3 & 65 Fort Street.
-SICS T H 3E aSfi-
EIG-jAJS z COMPANY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy Goods MaMe for the Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Lnoo GurtaliiH. Htampod Tiaicij, 31ioo Subs, 3Sto.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Poa-Pons, Etc
Wo call particular attention to our fine seleetioa in
Gnsionfle Gloini for Gents, Youtls & Cllra !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Eto,
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style 1 you want something Tery ftue in
Lies' & Misses' Boots, Sloes & Sliers & (Ms' Bailors
Call on us beforo going elsewhere.
tSTMrs. . C. Howe's beautiful work
For Your Wife & CMIto
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ALL parties indebted to W. S. Itco
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