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BST Christmas, New "lehra Arid
Birthday Cards, of tho very latest
styles, selected by our Mr. W. C.
King duiing ids lato liip to Ame
rica. Come now before the rush,
and get lirat choice. All goods new.
Anything purchased now "will be put
aside subject to order.
. HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
FRIDAY, DEC. 14, 1888.
Stint Ewa fioin Ewa '
Schr Kuwnilntii from Koolau
M S Hyacinth, 18 days from Ta-
Schr Lavinla fiom Ewa
Schr Mlllo Morris horn Koolau
Stmr C It Bishop for a Ciicuit of Oaliu
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Hainnkua, Ha
waii at 5 p m
Ilk W 11 GoiUiey for San Francisco
Stmr Klnau for llilo anil way ports at
2 p m
Stmr liwa for'Ewa
jFor Kauai, per stmr ilikahnla, Deo 13
Chi Mian Com adt, C W Spitz, Jliss
Bishop, P Bishop, C Ciopp and wife, E '
Kopke, E Hudson, Di J K Smith, W
Leippe and w ifc, JIrs W II Rice and
childre'in Mr Lindsay and otlicis.
For San Fiimcisco, per balk W B
Godfrey, Dee 14 J Sherman and w Ife.
For Wlndwaid Poit, per steamer
Klnau, Dec 1711 O Lyons' Mi Waifcl
' and wife, G- V Mucdoug.il, Mr Buin
liam, D'Bevau, B T Bcvan, Mrs A. Hai
rlson, Mis Notlej' and niece, Miss 2T
Hind, Dr Bailey, B D Baldwin, May
Baldwin, E W JJainaid, G W Paty, Mis
and Miss Kruger, O E Ohapin, G Ako,
Mrs Taylor, Ii Aseu, L Achoy, C Afong,
Sam Paiker, Jlr Lyons, wife and chil
dren. CARCDES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O It Bishop 1315 ugs'iiec.
SchrJKawallaul (300 bgsilce.
Stmr Ewa 000 bgs lice.
The Hawaiian bark W B Godfiey,
sails this morning for San Fi.mcN'o
,with 18,371 bags sugar, weighing 3,
003,140 pounds, valued at 99,531.'i0.
Schooner Lavinia brought 400 bunches!
of bananas fiom Ewa this inoining.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Wenneu & Co. are showing watches
'T i T-
' ' About $100 was cleared at tho ball
grccently held by Honolulu Engine
f CofNor " . .
T d-i z -j i
THEdatof-Mrs: L. F Jp-Dicksbn,
was n Lady Companion of tho Royal
Order of Kapiolani.
The Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany bas( decided to put. in a new
2-tbn .roller atl'uhala, Hawaii.
A tempkkance npeting foi men
only will hp hold in Brewer's block,
"' Saturday evening, at 7 :30 o'clock.
' . i
Tun Xnins sale last night at L. J.
. .,QLevey'a salesrooms w&s largely "at
"" fende'd, and a good riiany things were
''"'The Royal Mail steamer Zea
' 'laiidia is duo at any moment from
tho Colonies, on louto to San Fran
fcisco. Dhe' Hawaiian Band will give a
1 public concert at tho Hawaiian Hotol
tliis evening, to which tho public is
InnjiyKj ypa read th6 LVpombcr
number of tho "New York NcwsliCt
ter?" If not, ask Mr. C. O, Bcrgor
The steamer City of Rio do Janeiro
will bo duo to-monow, fiom San
Francisco, on route to Yokohama
nd Hbngkong. Slio will have four
dayoJater nowa. ' '
In tho I'plico Court yesterday
afternoon, Geo. Patterson and P.
' McDonald, weio each fined $10 with
,93,10 costs, for furious and heedless
driving, Ai) appeal was noted.
- Pautikb inteiuling sending paicels
l by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s oxpiess,
should in ako out an invoico of con-
-, tents, boforo leaving them at tho
ofhco in U. W. jilacfnrmno & Co.'s
Hon, J. H. Walker, Agent for tho
Royal Firo and Lifo Insurance Com
pauy, iB distributing littlo books giv
ing full particulars of tho amplo re
(jsoiircc and tho principles upon
(il which tho company is conducted.
There is a financial statement.
Mesbbh. (J, W. Mucfarlano & Co.,
''received on tho Australia a magnifi
cent assortment of Christmas and
New Year's cards, of tho vory latest
and choicest designs, also a number
of pictures with artistic frames, such
us havo nover befoio seen in this city.
Prop in and look at them.
JC-Call and seo the beautiful
assortment on sale at the V
Hawaiian News Co.,
20 Moi chant Btroot.
Lots of holiday 'goods ai rived on
tho Australia. c '
Mil. Honry C. Lyon, Agent for tho
Raymond and Whitcomb excursions,
isi n town. ' v: ',
A notice to tho creditors of tho es
tate of G. On Chong, a bankiupt ap
Prr.siDENT-nLKCT Hairison and Vice
President Moiton nic on a visit to
M. Goldberg, corner of Merchant and
..o . k ,
And now comes our bid' frio'rid,fAi
L. Smith, with an announcement of
his stock of holiday goods. It is to
bo found in another columrvraiid
should bo icad bv all.' . ! "
One week fiom to-morrow tho
crand bazar for tho benefit of the
funds of the Hooblti , a'lid Hoolft' La-i
hui Society, will bo belli at-'ilio Ho-'
nolulu Rifles Armory.
It will be necessary for the public
to keep a sharp lookout on our advei
tising columns, for the dates of the
numerous Christmas sales to bo held
within the next ten days.
The choir of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Catbedial
will meet this evening, at 7 :30 o'clock
sharp, at tho residence of Mr. T.
May, for rehearsal of tho Christmas
The grand opening at C. J. Fishel's
will tako place next Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday, The window
on Hotel street is full of veiy hand
some silveiware for presents, while
on the Fort street sidn is dispUved
a choice assortment of gents tics and
scaifs, tho very latest fashions. Look
for yourselves, gentlemen.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles at
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, lm. O. R.
3VT. at 7 :30.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
R. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council Nor-G89, Amor-,
ican Legion of Honor, at 7:30.
Public Band concert at Hawaiian"
Hotel, at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
.W5& ; J rivEY.'
, ,,At 12 o'clock noon 100, choice
At 7 p. m. new Japanese goods
just received from Japan.
HERE YOU ARE, SMOKERS.
Mr.-Hi1 J. Nolte, of the Beaver
Saloon, has just opened out a brand
now, assortment; ot-Meerschaum and
fine briar'pipbs, cigars andi cigar
ottc.holdcjs, vyhich, for .quality and
beauty of finish cannot bo excelled.
There is also smoking sets in hand
Borne plush cases, and everything
required'by smokers. rNolto has al
ways! on hand tuo' ijeit Tfiran'ds of
cigars and tobaqgo,, J i,
Mr. Theo. i Seveiin, well known
throughout 'the group as a skilful
nhotouranhic artist, has opened the
old Montaho'fltudio, corner ofiFort
and King streots. The place has
been thoroughly lenovatcd and fitted
.unan neat stvle.. Mr. Severln will
' tj)le picVure" in anyjstyfe, apd'lios
will nlso take orders for crayons',
pnimings, etc., and solicits ama
liur'worl. Givo htm tv'call.'
r " iBAND CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this evening at the
Hawaiian .Hotel, commencing a.t
TOo'clock, Following is tho prq-
Oveiturc Emma of Itrsbiug. .,,,...
Cavatlrfo Queen of Golcolida.i.. . .!..
?., , Donlctll
Walt Willi the Streams Maulals
Mcdloy Night in Now Voik. . . .Brooks
lj'ajajna, Kona, Main I kq Aq.
RuminlBceiices pf Donletti.... Godfiey
Fantasla-iFoigo In llie;Forost.,.."?.
Onvotto Welcome Kluss
polKa Military Waldteiifel
lii) '"; mi II I I I. . I I , ';
Jrr tva FmrjAT.i Dec? 14th,
v D. FeojiSvas flned'gO ' for 'drunk
enness. Ah Wo was brought i up qn re
mahd charged with larceny of a
package of tobacco. Tho prosecu
tion was withdrawn.
Take jnas sent on the reef for
tifclve-'fiours1 for U8lngfvulgar lan
Havo just opened out a Largo Now
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, 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.
J$&" Priocs within the roach of nil.
RETURNS 'FROM- ANNEXING THE
RESCUE OP TWKNTY-FOUK SHIP-WKECIv-.tT
SAILORS ON JfALDEN ISLAND.
II. B. M. S. Hyacinth, Captain
Edmund Bourke, arrived in port
. thj morning, eighteen days fiom
'Tahiti, and anchored in the naval
'row between 'the Cormorant and
Alert. Sho left this port October
3d, on a short cruise. Her destina-
j tionj was the Cook gi oup of islands
'five in numbor, Rarotonga, Man-
gaia, Aitutaki, Mauki and Atiu,
which were annexed to tho
British Empire. Tho Union Jack
was hoisted on each island and
saluted with twenty-ono guns. Tho
natives flocked together in large
numbers, and were very pleased
with the idea of being under a
British protectorate, It is rumored
that a Governor has been appointed
and will shortly leave for the group.
Tho f hacinth fell in with consider
able bad weather during her cruise.
On December 4th, she touched at
Maiden island, and found two ship
wrecked crews, in all twenty-four
men. They included the master,
two mates and thirteen of the Ger
man ship Ilcnnan, and eight of the
crow of the Swedish bark Virgo,
both vessels having been wrecked
on the island within a short distance
of each oilier. The men wore all
brought to Honolulu, and have been
handed over to their respective con
suls. Tho Hyacinth had also on
board two disticsscd Britisli sub
jects, namely, one Lascar fiom Raro
tonga and one Englishman from
Tahiti, and one American from Eaio
tonga. Full particulars of the two
wrecked vessels will be found be
low. Tlie Ilj'acinth will piobably
remain nuru uivu imjnuis. vyu()iaiu
LAcIand, her'-new commander has
been in Honolulu several weeks
awaiting her arrival.
Follow ingis tho statement of Capl.
Binge of the Hermann, one of the
vessels wrecked :
I arrived at Maiden Island vyith
the German ship Hermann, on Nov.
24th, from San Diego, Cal.. and
found there thoSwedishbaik Virgo,
loading guano for Europe. She had
'about 700 tons of guano on board.
On my arrival the wind was light
S. E., and shifted the next day
round the west, but this odours very
qftcn between November and March,
jljljo bark was, laying at a buoy
moored with a chain from shore and
a three tons anchor with GO fathoms
li inch chain... Tho Hermann made
fast to a buoy, which had only a
chain 'from shoro, and we lowered
down our big anchor to 43 fathoms.
The ship was only a cable's length
from iBliorof and wo Bounded in
fifty-two fathoms under our bow and
had no bottom with one hundred and
twenty fathoms lino nt the stern of
the.ship. The first two days wo had
light westerly winds and not' more
surf on tho beach than is generally
(he ease. Then tho weather became
squally and a very high swcjl made
a heayy surf on the beach. The
wind was still fiom west right on to
tho land,'and wo wero so close on
shore that it was impossible to mako
sail. Wo tried to lay out another
ffnoU'oV, t bui without success. In
the evening of the 27th about 5:30
p. m., tho gwedish bark commenc
ed to strikoiand went into the break
oiiji very fast. Eight qf tho crew
landed with their effects safely in a
bout; biit unfortiiuately the second
boat capsized in the surf, and six
weie drowned, (Captain, mate,
carpenter, cook, and two seatneu.)
This was about 7 :30 p. m. At the
same timet we 'Bounded under the
stern of tho Ileimnnn, getting be
tween 3 and 13 fathoms as the snip
swung through 2 or 3 ponts of the
compass according to tho direction
of the squalls, but she was so closo
on shoro that the rollers commenced
to break under her sternpost. At
Q. p. in. a ve;y heavy squall set in
TfrOpiWest anrtjdiiftcd tho ship near
er to tho land, and at'SiSO p. in.
s)io gave tho lirfit btroke, some chain
van out, and sho went high up on
the icef quickly. -Tho ship was
lying in the middle of the breakers
and to land with a boat was im
possible. Wo manged to get a lino
on shore and rigged a whip for
landing through tho heavy surf.
Tlie Hermann )as un iron ship witi
SGO tons of ballast on board and we
f considered there was danger of her
slipping ijowu tjiq reef, as soon as
sho should All with water. Sho vns
BEAD THIS !
SSS- From this clay Until Xmas wo
will sell everything at Greatly Re
duced Prices for Cash, a lino line
of Watches, etc., on hand. Come
and seo for yourself.
UO.MB9 & WlCHMAN,
stiiking very hard amongst tho coral
blocks, but. kepttight over nn hour's
time, then sho became leaky and
fllldd kvcry quickly. ThoVjcrow got
on shore through the surf first, and
when 1 16ft the ship, 11:80 p. m.
the water washed about 3 feet above
the between deck and tho sea brblce
over the port rail. Tho next week
thero was nothing but storm nnd
hard squalls fiom the west, with
vcr- high sea and breakers, "but wo
succeeded in saving some provisions
and other small things from the
wreck, as we expected to bo com
pelled to remain on the island till
about March, 1889. The Hermann
broke up very quickly. Tho second
nlghfc the ship parted just above tho
top gallant forecastle and the fore
mast went overboard. The fourth
night the ship broke again about
the main hatch, tho mainmast went
and left only the lower mizenmast
standing. The sea washed right into
tho wreck and commenced to brenk
up the after part. On the 4th De
cember, II. B. M. Ship Hyacinth
called nt the island, and we were
all taken on board for passage to
Honolulu. Twonty-four men all
told. Sixteen men and ofllcers from
the Hermann and 8 men from the
Viigo. C. Binge.
A DARING EXPEDITION.
Mr. Nanscn, a Norwegian ex
plorer, who was landed on the
east coast of Greenland, in
the spring has now been heard
from. He and his ." followers cross
ed the peninsula from'east to west,
using snow shoes and skates, nnd
dragging a sled, that also could be
used as a boat, in which they had
their provisions, etc. The expedi
tion ai rived atErikstad, Greenland,
on October the 18th. This is one
of the most daring exploring expe
ditions ever undertaken, and Nan
sen will hereafter be ranked as one
of tho foremost Aictic explorers.
ACTION FOR LOSS OF A HORSE.
In the Civil Court a native named
Pahauki sued C. H. Kingsley, officer
of the Board of Health, for $125
damages for loss of a horse. When
Kingsley was attempting to arrest
two lepers at Ewa a horse was kill2
ed, hence the above action. Police
Jii8tico Dayton, in giving judgment
this morning, said that the woman
who owned the horse was the guest
,of the' two lepeis, and the animal at
the tunc of the affair was in their
yard. Upon looking over the evi
dence, he was of the opinion that the
leper paity commenced tho firing
and wero responsible, therefore he
would decide in favor of the de
fendant. THE DEBATING CLUB.
Whether the principal officers of
Government should be appointed,
as now, or elected, was debated by
the Debating Club last night. The
attendance wns slim, but the dis
cussion was animated, Mr. D. Lo
gan defended the appointive system,
and Mr. John F. Smith led the op
position. Several gentlemen fol
lowed, the majority favoring the
appointive system. Two or three
gentlemen not members of the Club
wero present, and were- invited to
speak. One of these, Mr. Dan
Lyons, tho father of tho Hawaiian
Politicinl Association and of the
platfoimof that Association, of
which the elective principle is the
main plonk, delivered an able
speech, in which he explained with
rtltTninnDO rtn1 fm na It la vnntintia -4ft
j,yiVMIUV0 UliVi IVIbb 41 KJ 11,JU1I9 lUt
laYorlng election. Tuq subject an
nounced fdr next debate was, "Is
the granting of exclusive franchises
for works of public benefit a wise
policy?" Mr. Ncth and Mr. A.
Robertson being tho lenders. Two
new members wero proposed.
SULPHUR FOR WHOOPING-COUGH.
Dr. Mohn, according to tho Re
vue Mensuclle des Maladies PEn
fance, claims that ho has in a num
ber of cases produced instant and
permanent cure of whooping-cough
by fumigations with sulphur. a
method of procedure is as fol
lows: In the morning the children
nie clothed and removed from their
sleeping-room, in which are hung all
the clothing, toys and in fact every
thing with which tho children arc
brought in contact. In this room
about four ounces of sulphur for
every cubic yard of space is ignited,
and sulphurous npld allowed to rp
main in the room for about fire
hours, The room is then well aired,
and the next evening the child
sloops in a room and bed which havo
been completely disinfected, and it
is said fhat pure s at puce prq
nouueed. JOB PRINTING of allkladi exe
cuted ut the Daily Bollutin Office.
Private advices from Tahiti tinted
Fapcetc, 20th November, stale
"Casco's mainmast head carried
away and sho returned for vcpairs.
Sho will leave hero in about 11 days
for Honolulu direct."
It is probable therefore that tho
yacht is now about 4 days out, and
may consequently bo looked for
about the 30th of this month.
Beach again defeated Hanlan at
Sydney, Nov. 27th.
It is reported that another great
loan has been decided upon by the
The final score in the six days'
walking match at New York was as
follows: Littlowood, G23 miles 132
yards; Herty, G05; Moore, 553;
Cartwright, 54G; Cartwright, 54G;
Norcmac, 542 ; Hart, 539 ; How
arth, 53G; Conner, 53G; Golden,
534; Mason, 528; Taylor, 450;
Campana, 450; Elson, 421; Peach,
2G2 ; C. Smith, 201.
Ntttee under tM keod am charged 10 ttnlt
per tint for thtfirtt inurtton, and S cenitfer hne
evert mUUional imcrtion,
RYAN'S BOAT BUTLDINa
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
havo juat received ex Australia
nnotlicr lot of that " PHILADELPHIA
LAGEU BEER" in keg, which tliey
nro offering to their customers. 110 lw
2 HOUSES on Nuuanu Ave
nue and 1 Cottage on
School street. The above are
in first class order. Apply to
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
121 lw Queen street.
TO the Creditors of the Estate of
G. On (Jhong, a bankrupt, tako
That the undersigned, Assignco of
the Estate of G. On Chong, a bankrupt,
has preparatory to his final account
and dividend, submitted Ills account
as such Assigned and filed the tamo
beforo Hon S. B. Dole, Justice of the
Supremo Court, lit his Chambers, to
irhom he will at 10 o'clock a. it. on
SATURDAY, thu 22nd day of Decern,
bcr, apply for u settlement of said nc
count and for a discharge from all lia
bility as such Assignee, and for an order
to make a final dividend.
Ami that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest the
same. W. C. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of G. On Chong.
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken (he Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montnuo, corner of King
and Foit streets, and is pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing Done lor AmatourH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
JtS?" Entrance on Foit Street, -a
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streeli.
THE DAILY BULLETIN i ft live
JL evening paper. 00 cents per month.
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Just Received by Last Steamer
A PULL 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.
Wc call attention to tho Lidio3 Hint wo are Closing Out our
Entiie Stock of
(iilliiifiu; & Clevis at ai Iimusb Miction Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing at Jjow Prices,
Boy's Knee Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes !
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COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
I&ilblboiis DE5,I3B3B01VS Ifcitolboiiw
Dress Goods, Dress Goods.
Persian Gassemeres in all Mes,
Douhlo Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace Caps & Robes, etc.,
Just Received in New Styles.
-3 T DEC 3B -fr
DEGKAJN Ac GOMJP-AJSTSr.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
H.'nnm 1 1 j
Fancy Qoofls Snitable for tbe Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Laoe Curtains, Stamped. Tidies, JSlioo Banv, Etc.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Anasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Eta
Wo call particular attention to our fino. selection in
Ciislii-iiiiiilG cioli tor Gents, Tonis & Clin !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Htc, Etc., Etc'
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something Tory flno in
I 0. Winnnnl Tlnntn Minna
K IBS DUUlii, &1H d iMipi'ii d IMUi
? Call on us beforo
CSTHrs. E. C.Rowo'a beautiful work
.' i , . Sept
For Your life & Cliilflra
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
The Actual Results or these Policies as
pnid since 18B3, have by far
uecii greater than tliono
o any other
Over $1,000,000 Insurance in Foice
On TIicbo Islands,
tST For full particulars, rates, etc
O. O. IlEUGEIt,
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
PHE OLDEST DAlLY ? ,tlo
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G3 & 65 Fort Street.
GOODS' JSEW 6GOBS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
0 fll-nr, 0 nnnU1
in Point Laces on exhibition here"Ml
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THE undersigned being about to leave
the Kingdom, requests the Imme
diate settlement of all accounts dun
N. V. llurgess, or steps will be takea
to collect the same.
10D2w G. W. BURGESS.
ALL parties Indebted to W. S. Luoa
an the SOth day of September last;
nro requested to settle up their accoumU
at once. V. S. LUQE.
By hi) attorney-in-fact, Frank Brown.
A Pluco to Make a Good
The Best Company
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Life Insurance Go,
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Will sell you a I'oucy or jusutuumtmiumi
ia Incontestable- after Two Ymts. a '
an absolutely safe Invettmtat. Call on M
. B. ROMK,
Honolulu, General Agent, IlawaltM
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