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It has pleased His Mujestv the
King to appoint, Col. the Hon.
Ur.unan V. JlAcrAELAxn,
to bo Chamberlain lo the lloyal
Iolani Palace. Doe. 17, 1888.
' ' Water Motice.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of chap
tcr.XXVII of the laws of 188G.
All persons holding water privi
leges or those pitying water rates, aio
hereby notified that the water rates
for the tcnn ending .lime !50, ISS'J,
wjll bo duo and payable at tho oflieo
of tho Honolulu Water Works on
tho 1st of .hinuiiry, 1889.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen diiys, after they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
J Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Hates are payable at the ofliee of
tho Water Works in I ho Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
(Hi AS. li. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Dee. 14, 18SS.
X' II u
Pledged to ncitlicr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 1S88.
BRITISH ANNEXATION IN THE
The following is the text of the
proclamation read bj Capt. Uourke,
of H. M.s. Hyacinth, at the differ
ent islands and districts of the Cook
group proclaiming the assumption
of liritish sovereign'. In each
case a translation of the proclama
tion into Rarotongan was read by
the "Rev. Mr. Hutehins, the mission
ary in charge. of these islands:
"British Consulate, Rarotonga, 27th
October,-1888: To . The
English Government having been
petitioned to grant the protection of
the British flag to the Cook Group
of Islands, I, by virtue of orders
received, have this day hoisted the
same over the distiict or island ;
and I do hereby declare to the Ariki
thereof, in the name of Her Majesty
Queen Victoria, tbat his, or her, ter
ritory lias become part of the Brit
ish dominions. All laws and cus
toms at present recognised will ie
main in force, and his or her admin
istration over the district will not
be interfeied with. I enjoin him,
or her, to exercise his or her, author
ity with moderation and care, to
rule the people with justice, and to
remember that she or he, now be
longs to that great country which
has done so much for the advance
ment of civilisation in all paits of
tho world. I further declare that
all persons, of whatever nationality,
who choose to reside in the country,
must conform to the laws thereof.
Given under my hand this 27th day
of October, 1888. (Signed) Ed
mund Bouuke, Captain H. M. ship
Hyacinth." In every cae the na
tives welcomed the proclamation
and the hoisting of the ilag with
heart' cheering. pAucklnnri even
Tho display of Messrs. G. W.
W. Macfarlanc & Co.'s new lot of
water colors, etchings, gravures and
Christmas cards are attracting much
atlentioh'and selling quickly. The
invoices , are from the leading art
stores of "Paris and Now York, and
comprise the very latest styles in
Among tho pictures may be men
tioned a superb etching of an En
glish landscape on the river Leeds,
which is one of the finest specimens
of this lino that wo have seen.
There is also another etching of an
ideal head wlii6h attracts unusual
attention. Apotjicr picture, tho
"Immaculate Conception" is a gem
of art, likewise "The Morning
Walk," nn ctohing of particular
merit. All of these aro exquisitely
mounted and artistically framed.
A picture of a Japanese girl in
greatly admired, and with its art
istio framing of bamboo and silk
makes one of tho most effective pic
tures of the collection.
Tho "Angel Choir," "Cupid's
Aim," "Returning from tho Vine
yard," ''Masquerade," aro deserv
ing of special mention.
In nddition to tho above there aro
a great many noVeltie3 in the way
vtr 'calendars, books, portfolios,
"Christmas cards, etc, which for
their novelty of design and artistic
excellence aro quito ahead of what
we have heretofore seen in Honolulu.
I100ULU AND HOOLA SOCIETY.
Following is the report of the
Treasurer of the IIooulu and lloola
Society, presented at a meeting held
July 23, 1888.
Jan. 5, Cash ftoin the Itank
Bishop & Co 5110
Jan. 13, Deposit in the Hink of
Chms t-preekels it Co.,
withdrawn 500 00
Interest 11 00
Feb. 15, Cash iccelved from a
friend 30 00
Feb. 10, Cash Donation from
Queen Knplohuil, Jubilee
year HUG 1)5
March 2, Interest on Bond- in
cash book number 552,
Mrs. Dickson CO 00
March 22, Cash Donation from
Mr. Armstrong 500 00
May 4, Cash received while
Treasurer was In foreign
lauds SO 00
Dec. Ill, Interest book number
552, Mrs. Dickson, $91 25
less charges S2 02 83 03
Dec. 31, Balance in book num
ber 552, Mrs. Dickson.... 078 12
Dee. ill, Interest book number
151 50 00
Dec. 31, Interest book number
318 27 15
Dec. 31, Interest book number
515 13 SO
May, Cash from Auwaiolimu.. 11 85
Julv, Interest on bonds $2,000
"lycar 120 00
Juno a0, Donation W I Bishop 35 25
June 30, Donation Mr. Taylor. 25 00
June 30, Cash from bonk 451
and entered in the Walalua
book 10 10
Juno 30, Cash from book 451
and given to the Stiangers
JL-ricud Society, donation
of "W. I, BMiop 35 25
July, Cash received at meet
ings from January 1SS7, to
JulvlSSS 171 20
Total of receipts. .2.300 75
Jan., Paul to Spaulding for
cloth, etc $ 27 05
" Clothing for poor people. 4 50
" Food 2 75
April (i. Balance paid to Ticas-
m or 2 GO
Feb. 20. Books for Secretary. . 1 75
" Cash repaid Queen Kapio
lanl for cash expended.. .. 10 00
" Cash for stationery 1 00
April 4, Cash given to'Saffcry. 5 00
June 4, Cash paid for con-
July, Cash paid for condensed
milk 1 00
This balance ($2,333 50) has
been deposited in the Postal Sav
ings Bank, as follows.
Jan. 14, Deposited in book
515 $ SCO 35
Feb. 18, Deposited in book
515 383 05
March 2, Deposited in book
515 50 00
March 2, Deposited in book
552, Mrs. Dickson CO 00
Mai oh 2.1, Deposited in book
348 50 00
May 4, Deposited in book 248. 20 00
Dec. 31, ' " " HIS. 27 45
' " " " 515. 43 f-0
' " " " " 451. 50 00
" " From Bishop & Co. for
book 552, Mis. Dickson
and deposited In book3IS. 701 75
Feb. 17, Deposited in book
515 j CO
June 4, Deposited in book 451. 45 75
June 4, " " " .151. 05 50
July 10. ' " " 515. ISO 00
July 23, Balance in hands of
Treasurer this day 14 25
Total 2,333 50
In tlio hands of tlieTrcasiucr.
Total 0,992 00
Tho Society expresses its sincero
thanks to Ilis Majesty Kalnkaua for
his generous gift of 1000 on the
28th of Dec, 1880, and also to
Queen Kapiolani for her gift of
8300. God bless them both. Tho
Society also wishes to thank those
who have assisted them.
Annii: G. Dovt'snrr,
Treasurer of tho Ahahtii IIooulu
a lloola Lahui.
Honolulu, July 23, 1888.
King Milan has issued a final de
cree that the divorced Queen shall
henceforth be addressed as Madame
Natalie do Keezko. All of tho pre
sents given by ex-Queen Natalie to
King Milan have been returned, and
ono million francs have long been
placcdat her disposal.
I also present a report of
property of the Society up
date, as follows :
Bonds in the Bank of Bishop
Cash book 515, A. G. Dowsett
" " 348, Treasurer
" " 451, Kabalcwai....
" " 1837, Waialua
Cash book 218, Latipahochoe.g
" " 234, Puniihoa, Hilo
" " 1883, llonuapo... .
" " , Honokaa
" " 1884, Komi (I'ath.).
' " 1880, Wainica......
" " 1887, Waipio
' ' 1S8S, Puna
" " 1885, Kallua
Cash book 18U, Uonokawal..?
" ' 1842, Olowalu
- " " 1843, Walluku
" " 1814, Knhakuloa....
Cahh book 1838, Kaunakakai.iS
" " 1839, Kawcla
" " 1840, Walalua
' " .Ilalawa
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SUPREME C0URTHN CHAMBERS.
BErOKU PRESTON J.
Tuesday, Dec. 18th.
Guardianship of John Baker.
Ordered that tho account of W. O.
Smith, guardian, bo approved, ho
discharged and his bond cancelled.
The ward of tho estate having de
ceased, the matter is transferred to
the Second Circuit Court, Lahaina,
T. E. Evans being appointed admin
istrator by the Circuit Judge. W.
O. Smith, administrator in person.
In re bankruptcy of C. Awang.
On account of books, etc., being de
layed at Lahaina, the hearing is con
tinued until the 26th hist.
SUPREME COURT-IN BANCO.
DEFOnn JUDl), C.J. M'CULI.Y, ritESTON,
lllCKEllTOX, AND DOLE J.J.
Tuesday, Dec. 18th.
Law division. Wm. 11. Chilton
and Henry Bradley vs. Lorrin A.
Thurston, Minister of the Interior.
Petition for writ of mandamus.
Plaintiffs' appeal of oth hist, from
decision of Mr. Justice Dole of 3rd
inst. for defendant. Argued nnd
submitted. A. S. Ilartwcll for
plaintiffs; Attorney-General C. W.
Ashferd for defendant.
Criminal division. The King vs.
Lau Kin. Not keeping his books in
the English, Hawaiian, or some
other European language, thereby
violating chapter 41, Session Laws
of 18S8. Defendant's appeal from
Polioe Court, Honolulu. Defend
ant's argument partly heard, when,
at 4 p. m. the hearing is continued
until to-morrow at 10 a. m. Attorney-General
for the Crown; Paul
Neumann for defendant.
"Wednesday, Dec. 19th.
The King vs. Lau Kiu. Violat
ing chapter 41, Session Laws of
1S8S, by not keeping his books in
the English, Hawaiian or some Eu
ropean language. Defendant's ap
peal from Police Court, Honolulu.
Partly heard yesterday and contin
ued until lo-day. Further contin
ued to-day on account of the illness
of the Attorney-General until Fri-
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CT'OK two Indies, Booms in a
quiet locality with board,
Boa wiumi easy rencu 01 iowu.
Address, "A. B.," ult.ltin Office.
FOB lilSKT or JJSASE
r"JpHE Store and Ofllcc3 on
MrSS cupied by Chilian & Co. Pos-
session given in Jnir ary. For teruiB
apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.
A KESPFCTAKIE woman lo keen
xl lioute ami capable nffcupei intend
ing the cooking for an invalid ; no other
need apply. Apply at Iiui.i.h'fiN Ofliee
Come At Last !
ANOTHER coiiMinincnt. this sea.
son's cutcli, New Z'JAliiml Slur
Buind Mullet. Alcn, New Zealand
C.inncd Boast Beef nnd Assorted Jams.
J. E. BROWN" & CO.
125 1w.il (IGlt-w
HAS Coral Rock, Ulack Ktone, Black
and While i-aiul and Soil, for sale
in any (piantity. Apply at the ofllcc of
W. 0. Aclii, Kiinhtinnnu street. 119 Sm
HAVING been appointed Assignee
of the Estito of P. Mclnerncy,
Bankrupt; I hereby requou all persons
having claims against said estate to pre
sent fame at onco duly proien before
the Court, and all pusons indebted to
Mild otite will make immediate pay.
nient to mo at tho office of M. Phillips
& Co. The collection of all accounts
remaining unpaid on Jaaunry'15, 18S1),
will ho enforced according lo law.
TIIEO. F. LANSING,
121 lw Asslgnco Estuto P. Mclnerncy.
To Stand this Season, Jan. 1, '89
Av Slokitlcla MtouK Farm,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
lV5 r.r I'.ach 3Ian.
Mares hied to 'GL0KY" can remain
on the larm at a pasturage tit if 12 per
annum. Eveiy care tuken but no res
JCSyMnres not proving ii foal may bo
returned nexv season fieo of charge, if I
Mill own the Horec. ,B, WAY.
EX "O. I). UHYANT."
28,000 Red Bricks,
234 Mike Shingles,
1,411.1 It. D. Posts,
100 Bbls Golden Gate Flour 1
100 Ilhls El Ciipltun Flour,
CO Bbls Ciowit Flour,
75 Bags Potatoes,
H, Hackfeld & Co.
. . fafa
COKNEit FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
Just Arrived m "Airtmlli"
Fisk Clark & Flngg's Scarfs
Leather Toilet Sets,
Leather Collar & Soft Boxes,
-UllEAT VAltlETY OF-
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
Fine Fancy Socks, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
Latest styles in Collars & Cuffs. Latest novclliss in fine full
Dress Sliirts, Pep ant Plated Front !
-FINE ASSORTMENT OF-
Ms Youth's Boy's
BEST QUALITY OF
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
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amffias fra e s
lull worn i
On Wednesday Evening, Dec. 19
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
At my Snlcsroom, Queen fin ct, I will
sell at Public Auction a Large
DBColidLay Goods !
ftftusicaL Gnstruments !
All Sizes of Velvet His,
Gold and Genuine Garnet Jewelry,
Large Assoi Uncut of
Combs & Urush Sots,
Collar it Cull' ioxea,
Ami an Immcme Lot of
TOYS, ItOCKIHG HORSES,
Mcehnnic'il To. ,
Dolls, Targets, Etc., Etc.
E5?Rcmcmber no icseive, all must
JAS. F. MOJIUAN,
122 nt Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
By older of Jlotsis. T. II, D.ivic? & Co.
I uill sell at Public Auction at
thuMoio adjoining my
S.iIl-si oom, Queen
On THURSDAY, Dec. 20th, '88
AT 10 O'CIiOCJC A. H.,
A Lirga Asortmont of
O JE2, 0 O EC 3E 16, TT ,
Assorted Sizes of PLATES 1
X'oilot Setw, 2VipiieH.
MAJOLICA WARE !
As. Bowls, Diuur Sets,
lite, Utc, Etc., Etc.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
123 5t Auctioneer.
On Friday Evening, Dec, 21,' 88
AT 7 O'OIiOOJt
At my Salesroom, Queon htieet, I will
tell nt Public Auction a Fine
LiAJDIISS & GENTH
Velvet &. Axminister Rugs,
A Pino Assortment of
Silver Plated Ware,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc,
J&&- All Goods to hn Fold.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
184 fit Auctioneer.
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MltWnWiMWItWWHJlL'IWlB-HIMWmUilMHIWIljWIHIl Wfll m 1IWWI gWKBCMIIOTBMrTKIiH T rnlT n I Ml I irpj-TM lir JI1IIIIB ,lli ill in i i
Matin for Holiday
& Fine Silk Handkerchiefs,
Plush Toilet Sets,
STRAW HATS, ETC.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Jas. F. Morgan - Auctioneer
Wednesday, Dec. 19th Afternoon
Sale of a vario I assortment of Toys,
F.mpy Goods, Hugs eic.
Friday Evening, Doc. 21st;
At 7 o'clock, Lidies & Gents Fur
nishing Goods, Silvcrpliitcd Ware,
Saturday Evening, Deo. 22nd;
At 7 o'clock, a largo assortment of
. Christmas and New YrarV Gaods,
Lalies & Gents Furnishing Goods,
bilvcrware, etc At 8 o'clock, sale
ot 262D Novels, Oy various authors.
QS-Front seats reserved for ladies.
Special nri.iugcmcnts in regard to ven.
tilation nnd gas. All Goods will be sold,
rcgiudlcss of piice.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
SALE ofBOOKS i
By Older of Messrs C. Brewer & Co.
I will sell at Public Auction at my
Salesrooms, Queen street,
On Saturday Evening, Dec. 22,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The following property distriincd for
rent lrom the stoie of W II Graen
h ilgh. The pi operty consists of
By "Various Authors.
tST Rook will he on exhibition at
my Snl'i'-iooni on Siturday, Dec. 22d.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
119 td Auctioneer.
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- rIIHISTMAS Dnrfnlllnn-
Sjfefi! J ou Tuesday, the ttcatner
lisasaaaaeffi ivinuu- win not sail until
WliDNESDAY, Dec 20ih, at 2 o'clock
r Jr. She will arrive in Honolulu on
her ictuni tiip. TupmIhv, Jnn 1,189
121 lw WILOER'S S. S. CO.
rIIE IVcmKcs on Alakca
X sjreel, lately occupied
by Win. Turner, and opposite
tho lesiiknco of Mr. Sanil. O. Allen.
For paitlculars applv to
124 tf No. ill Alnkea street.
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montauo, corner of King
and Fort stieets, and is pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES
I'rliitlus; Done lor AmnteurH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
XiSy Entrance on Fort Street. -a
Christmas & M Year's Cards
Just Received at
A. L. SMITH'S STORE,
IMognnt AsHtu'tuiciit of ailis,
All New Pattorns; and must bo seen
to bo appreciated, Aho
a Choice Lot of
Dolls, Dressed & Undressed,
Laigo and Snuill DoIIp, villi kid
bodies, that will sit down, lie down,
etc., Children's Unildlng Ulocks,
Ladies, Lap Boards, Dross Forms,
Anil Skirt Forms, very nice; etc.
FORT ty$$B$y STREET.
1-3C . -T . NOLTB
Has Just lioccivod a Lnrgo Lot of the Finest Brands of
Aprs, Cigarettes, Tobaccos & Siote' logsltes !
B3T ESPECIALLY for tho HOLIDAYS -a
CIGARETTES ol tho following Well-known
IUchmonil Stralaht Cut.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc!
Ai an Assortment of
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING FAVORITE
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:
Peal of Noith Carolina,
Our Boys, IWlo,
Gem, Lone Jack,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Chewing Tobacco of
reerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
"11 Briar Wood pes, Match Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, &c, &o. im
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery,
Respectfully invites Parents Ouardians and tlio Public in General to inspect
tlio Large Stock and Cheat Variety, both of
Home-made & imported Confectionery,
Suitable for Christmas and Now Yeas's Presents, which will bo sold at
prices to suit the everybody.
Christmas Trees ! Christmas Trees !
Decorated sisul lJ"nlecoi-n.lccl.
Ready to place on the tabic.
PLEASE LEAVE ORDERS FOR
Horn's Delicious Chrisimas Mince Pies !
Not later than Monday, 21th inst., noon. Also on hand, largo variety of
Ornamented Christmas Oakes !
Sold cheap to btiit tho times.
No. 71 Hotel street, between Nuiianu
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Visit Quv Store and Gvt Your Holiday Present
Our Crand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Salo every customer purchasing tlio amount of $2.fi0 worth
will received a handsome
Conio and oxamino our New Goods, and you will find them much newer
and lower in price then olsowhero. It is our unalterablo dctoi initiation to
have no recourse to misleading or misrepresentation. Our advertisement
truly represents tlio Goods wo oiler for salo.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hate.
JJI'Ook at our Hotel street window anil sco tlio ilno display of Silvor
waio suitable for tho Holidays.
Tho near approach of tho Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that wo mako the most radical and swooping changes in our prices,
and wo feel fully justified in publicly assorting, that in tho coming week our
patrons can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY &
Which havo nover been equaled.
iery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery Hosiery !
This is tlio Hoaviest Out in Piioos over uttoiunteil.
ggrWu will make
The Leading liilinery House
The "Oail" Bulletin
Will bo Issued
28 Columns of Interesting News.
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ot Iho following
Quiet Girls, Boodlo,
Etc, Etc., Etc, Etc.
tlio Tin Best
Etc., Etc., Etc., Ktc.
ihe Besi Qualify !
3J1 . EC O 3R W ,
Confectioner & Pstry Cook,
it Fort streets, oppo. New Bethel strcot.
- 1 2v
i up raid ro
hwb 1r3hIh r$6'l 1 In
Etc., Etc., Etc.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
reductions in all our departments.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
on December 24th.
Tho llest Paper to Sond Abroad,
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