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Albums, Plush Goods, etc., just to
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Pastels, Oleographs, Steel Engrav
ings, Etchings, Prints, Clnomos,
etc., in tho sheet, to bo had only at
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1888.
V III. , II .1 "' mill' ".'.'TT-
Stnir U It Bishop from Koolau
Sclir Mol Wnhlnc lor Ilamnkua
Sclir Ka Moi for Hawaii
Stini-ICaala for AVnialua and Waianao
atO a in
From Yokohama per S S Takasago
Mam, Dec 20 Ur S Noda, Dr S Mura
ura, H Ilayakawa, 1 steerage and 1143
From San Fianclseo per tern "W S
Uowne, Dco25 Mrs M A Leach, II It
Lewis, Uwaia and Keaka Napoleon, and
lFor Ilowland Island per sclir Twi
light, Dec 2G J TVrundcl and servant
For San Francisco per bktue S N Cas
tle, Dec 25 Dr J B l'rcsslcy, .T Taylor,
Ii A Levlson and child, and II Worin
ington. GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr 0 It Bishop 90 bgs sugar; 515 bgs
Stmr iwalnni 3398 l)gs sugar.
Sclir ICa Mol 3500 bgs sugar.
Schr Lllioliho 2000 drs snur.ii-.
Sclir Jloi Wahiuc 1950 bgs sugar.
The AV S Bowue is discharging posts
at Brewer's whaif.
The breaking up of the Lilian is pro
The V II Dimond is rapidly unload-3-iiiur
at tbe O a S.wharf.
'JL'lie Takasago Maru began discharg
The bark Ceylon at O S S Co's wharf
took In sugar to-day from an island
The Lady Lampson at the fish market
has completed the discharge of cargo.
She has been repainted, etc.
The C D Bryant at Brewer's wharf
lias nearly completed the discharge of
her inward cargo. She took in sugar
from the schr Liholiho to-day.
The city front looks unusually bare of
shipping, the Takasago fllaru docked at
the Pacitle Mail wharf, being the only
ship represented at the wharves cast of
the Inter-Island wharf.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The cottage No. 1-i School street
is advertised to let.
Mn. S. Hayakama arrived on tho
Takasago Mnru as an attache to the
Ciiowonn is spoken of in an adver
tisement of J. E. Brown & Co. in an
other column. Bead it.
This evening gentlemen will meet
for practice in dancing at tho hall
of tliS Honolulu Social Club.
The Mrs. C. Bolster who figured in
yesterday's Polico Court is Mrs.
Charlotte Bolster of Kaneohc, Koo
laupoko. The ginger champagne now sold
by J. E. Brown & Co. as por adver
tisement, is said to ho (something un
-v -Tiib Japancso steamer Takasago
X" Maru sails for Yokohama and Hong
XJcong on January 2d. Messrs. AVm.
. Irwin & Co. are tho agents.
The officers of Hawaiian Lodgo
No. 21 F. and A. M., for tho ensuing
masonic year, will lie installed this
ovoning at a meeting, at 7 :30 o'clock.
The prizes for tho target practice
on Now Year's day by tho Hawaiian
Rifle Association, aro now on view at
tho storo of Mrs. Thos. Lack, Fort
Mn. J. W. McGuire, cx-iiro-mar-shal,
will start in the baggage ex
press business on tho first day of the
now year. His many friends, which
constituto a largo proportion of tho
general public, will no doubt bo
ready Willi their patronage.
Tin: subject for debato at tho
meeting of the Debating Socioty this
evening will be, "Resolved, Unit in
dependence under constitutional gov
ernment is preferablo to foreign an
nexation for tho Hawaiian Islands."
Mr. F. Tun-ill, aillrniative, Mr. J. F.
The congregation of the Central
Union Church did not decido on a
site for the proposed new church last
evening. The tlireo sites under con
sideration aro, tho present one, tho
lot comer of Berotania and Bicliards
streets, and the Kisllor lot, corner
of Fort and Beretania streets. Tho
last named is most favorably spoken
KaF Only a few more left of those
choice Writing Desks and cheap
Plush Albums at tho
Hawaiian News Co.,
25 Merchant streot.
The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany will commenco running cars on
New Year's Day,
Mil. V. Horn has a very important
business itom in this issue. Every
one should read it.
On Saturday next at '.) o'clock a.
m. an examination of uncertificated
teachers and of aspirants for teach
ers' positions will be held at tho Fort
Tiinttc will bo a meeting of tlio
members of tho Hawaiian Hide At
socintion on Friday evoning, tho
28th inst., at tho Hawaiian Hotel at
8 o'clock. A full attendance is re
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rilles at
Debating Society at usual tiino
Public band concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel at 7:30.
Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. &A. S. It. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
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CRUSHED TO DEATH.
A telephone message from Wai-
anae at a quarter past three o'clock
this afternoon gives the information
that a native boy, six years of age,
was crushed to death on the planta
tion, four cars running over him.
Death was instantaneous.
A CRAYON PIGTURE.
In the window of the Hawaiian
News Company's store may he seen
a large size crayon picture of the
late Hen. S. G. Wilder. It was
copied from a photograph by a San
Francisco artist and is cnclossd in a
handsome gilt frame. The features
of our late citizen are easily recog
nized. Tho picture is the property
of Hon. W.C. Wilder,it having been
given to hiin as a Christmas present
by his sons.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AUT I.
March Imperial City Sclilamer
Overture North and South Moses
W altz Don Ctesar Dellinger
Medley-O! How Delightful Catliu
1'AHT II. 4
Medley Musical I'ow Wow.... Beyer
Gavotte Trip to Africa Suppe
Waltz Servian Tvauoviel
March Persian Strauss
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
The Japanese steamship Takasago
Maru will leave Honolulu for Japan
and China on the 2nd January,
1880, returning to Honolulu in the
following March. This will afford
an opportunity that rarely occurs to
people on these islands for visiting
thoso countries and getting back
homo again. The steamer will re
main in China and Japan ports
about four weeks, thus giving time
to see something of those countries.
The round trip will cost, first cabin
$250, second cabin 8120. The ac
commodation on the Takasago Maru
is excellent, as anyone can sec for
himself by a visit to that vessel,
which is now at the Pacific Mail
Company's wharf, Messrs. Irwin
& Co., aro agents, and will gladly
furnish any additional information
that may bo sought by intending
At meetings of tho Board of Edu
cation held during tho past fow
days, the following assignments of
teachers' places wero made :
Mrs. Katie West to an assistant's
placo in Fort street school ; Miss
Lillio B. Low to principal's place,
HaUalau; Mr. O. P. Paiue to an
assistant's place, Wailiee; Miss
Mary Brown to an assistant's place,
Ulupalakua; II. D. Wishard, to 1st
assistant's place, Lihuc, (English) ;
Mr. L. E. Imlay to a principal's
placo, Kckahn (English) ; Mr. W.
Muller to 1st assistant's place, Kc
kalia (English) j Miss K. Lindsay
to 2nd assistant's place Waimea
(English); Miss Sophronia Lewis
to principal's placo, Paauilo (Eng
lish). Mrs. West, Miss Low, Mr.
Imlay and Mr. W. Muller have
quite recently arrived.
Mrs. M. E. Boss resigns from Pa
auilo on account of changing loca
tion, Miss SorensQn resigns from
Waimea, Kauai, to act nearer homo.
Miss Ilines leaves Lihuc shortly for
a protracted absence abroad.- fP,
Ilavo just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Kings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
"Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, etc.
B- Prices within the reach of all.
a i.osG-3U9rr.cTi:n gamumnu house
George lions a fashionably dress
ed young German, was arrested
this noon by Capt. Larseu on a
warrant charging hitu with keeping
a disorderly house contrary to chap
ter -12 Section 2 of the Penal Code,
lions was taken to the Station House
and after the charge had been en
tered against him, gave bail in the
sum of $100 for his appearance in
the Police Court Friday morning.
Geo. Iloughtailing went his surety.
lions lived upstairs in a house
on Union street opposite the Fashion
Stables. The police have had for a
long time past a strong suspicion
that gambling was carried on there.
Complaints have been lodged at the
Station House about the place.
Capt. Larscn has been on the look
out for sometime for a way to get
into the house in double quick time.
This morning between the hours
of one and two o'clock he accom
plished his object with very little
trouble. Taking along two native
police officers as eye witnesses, Lar
sen approached the house aud work
ing his way to the back of the pre
mises in a careful manner found a
window open. "With club in hand
he shot through tho open window
into a room where was lions and
half a dozen of Honolulu's young
bloods shaking dice for half dollar
corners. "It was the worst scared
crowd I ever saw," said Larsen to a
reporter this morning. Larsen put
on one of his sweet smile3 and told
the young men lie was very sorry to
disturb their game but lie thought
he would just like to see how they
were getting along, and was pre
paring to levea by the window when
lions politely let him out by the
door. If the names of those found
in the room were made public there
is no doubt it would cause quite a
little sensation in town. For the
present they arc withheld.
ABOUT YASTE PAPER.
Editoh Bulletin: One of our
prominent Fort street lawyers is ovi
dcntly not in the possession of a
waste paper basket, for every morn
ing on the corrugated iron awning
directly in front of his window may
be seen large pieces of waste paper
and other things. Sometimes the
wind blows the paper on to the
street and in its descent frightens
horses. Then again it does not
look nice from the street to see a heap
of rubbish in such a place.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Following arc the officers of Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A. M.
for the ensuing vear:
John Phillips," W. M.-.
A. B. Scrimgcour, S. W.
C. II. Nicoll, J.-. W.
W. M. Giffard, Treasurer;
T. C. Porter, Secretary ;
J. II. Soper, Maishal;
F. B. Auerbach, S D.
M. N. Sanders, J.'. IV.
Benjamin Whitney, Tyler.'
The officers of Mystic Lodgo No.
2 K. of P. for the ensuing year are :
F. Waidron, C. C.
C. W. Ziegler, V.-. C.
F. Harrison, P..
J. M. McChcsncy. K.. of R..
Chas. T. Wilder, M.-.of 13.
George Farr, M. of F.
J. L. Torbcrt, M. at A..
W. C. Wilder, I.-. G.-.
J. Kidwell, 0. G.
Z. K. Meyers nnd J. A. Ilassin
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
iir.ioiiE m'cum.y, j.
Monday, Dec. 21th.
S. Kaiiaa vsJ. S. M. Kaiuikai ct.
al. Bill to declare a Deed to be a
mortgage, to cancel the same, etc.
Hearing appointed Nov. 27, 1888.
Upon agi cement of counsel ordered
continued until Thursday, January
8, 1889. C. Creigliton and S. K.
Kano for plaintiff; J. M. Poepoe for
iiuroRK i)0i.u j.
Bankruptcy G. On Cliong. Peti
tion of assignee for discharge.
Hearing conliuuod from 22ud inst.
Tho Ah Hung claim being with
drawn it is ordered (hat upon the
nssiernccs filing receipts of creditors
for tho (irst aud dual dividend of 28
per cent, he bo discharged and his
bond cancelled. W. C. Parke as
signee in person ; A. P. Peterson
for All Hung, whose claim is con
tested by II. Ilackfcld & Co. II. W.
Schmidt of II. Ilackfcld & Co,
03? From this day until Xnios wo
will Bell everything at Greatly Re
duced Prices for Cash, a fine line
of Watches, etc., on hand. Come
and sec for yourself.
Gomks & Wichman,
Notice under this htad are charged 10 centt
per line for theflrtt insertion, and 6 centt per line
every additional insertion.
"STAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas Mill.
EXTRA Fine Mince Pies at
"Klilc." Send in your older
EXTRA Fine Fruit aud Cllr
ornamented, at the Pioncc
Candy factory w Bakery.
"fHE well known Delicious Mince
A Pic? for New Year, at the Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
'JHE largest assortment of Orna
S mented Fruit and I Itron Cake for
New Years' PrcscMs, at the Pioneer
-team Candy Factory it Bakciy.
BY n JupniH-u and his wife. The
mnu can attend to horse andcir.
riaco, do ynid work. Woman a good
cook or can look after children. Apply
at this oillcc. 131 lw
Honolulu, December IB, 188S.
WHEREAS a ruinbcr of lire? having
lately occurred in buildings vn.
cant and unoccupiul, the Hoard of Un.
derwiitcri deem it their duty to call the
attention of policy holdcis in these
Islands to the elauies contained in the
policy, the substance of which rods as
"No liability slnll exi-t under this
policy for losi on any vacmt or uuoceu.
pied buildings, unlc-s consent for such
vacancy or nonoccupmcr be hereon
indon-ed; provided, that dwelling' limy
rcm-ilti vacant not exceeding 10 dayu
without such !udorciuent "
Wc therefore recommend the olwiv.
ance of the above condition tif insur
ance. lv order of tho Board of Under
writers. F. A. SCIIACMSK,
C. O. P.i:nni:it,
secretary. 127 1w.07 4t
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montauo, corner of King
and Fort streets, and is pre-
paicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Ii'intin& Done (01 AntntcurH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. YorK Guaranteed.
EST Entrance on Fort Street. "a
For Whooping Cough
Let any person give
Dr, Lozicr's fay Cordial
A trial, and Ihc ino,t violent cold
will, in a short time be
H0LL1STEB & CO.,
EX "O. I). 11UYANT."
28,000 Bed Bricks,
254 Miko Shingles,
,US:i 1J. D. Posts,
100 Bbis Golden Gate Flour 1
100 libls Y. C'aplUn Flour.
GO 1 Jbls Uio.vit F'o-ir,
75 Bags Potatoes,
H. Hackfeld & Co.
CATTLE and HORSES
"VTOTICE iu hereby given that tho mu
US derslcncd, Administrator nf Ihu
JiNluto of Frank Anlone, late of WuU
nviiH), Ew;i, O.dui, ilccc'tfed, will toll at
public ant-lion at bald W'alm-uio, oppo
site) the Court Honsu in nui(l Waiinano,
On Saturday, Jan. 5, 1881),
AT 10 O'CLOCK . SI.,
2 Woodi-u HoiHOi, U Working Bullocks,
12 riti'iiid. 18 (Jjivs mil U UjIviw, 2
lloocs, ii Marcs and 'J Ooltfi, 1 llullook
Wagon, 1 Milk Winson, 3 Plovw, 3
Yku-, a Oh.ilns 1 Clock, 1 Watch, 11
(joutH and a lot ot'lloim-liohl Furniture,
Administrator of thu Estate of Fiaiik
Honolulu, Dec. 'M, 18SS, 130 lit
.(JflT i "f 5? " -( -i
To he held on their Kango, on King
street, opposite tno Uovern-
On TUESDAY, Jan, 1, 1889,
AT O'CLOCK A. 31.
GOVEltXOK DOMTNIS CUP.
Valued at 100, for the highest aggre
gate scoio in matches Xos. 1, 3 and II,
tn lini-nmn tlin m-nmi-f nf tin. innil.s.
man winning it three times at the icgu
lar meeting of the II. It. A.
Won July r., 18S0, by J. lliodie, M.D.
Won January 1, 18S7, by Win. Ungcr.
Won July 33, 1887, by .1. Jiothwcll.
Won January 2, 1SSS, by 0. 11. WlUon.
Won July -1, 188S, by F. Ilustace.
1. T11K BPODIE MEDAL.
Valued at 50; also, second pri.e, 5;
third pii.e, 2.50. Conditions of the
match : Uncu to all members of (lie As
sociation aud members of the lcgular
and volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom, to become the property of the
marksman winning it three times at the
rcgulai meetings of thu II. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
military rillc under thu rules; limited to
one cntrv to each competitor. Entrance
Won Januury 1, 18SC hv Wm. Unger.
Won July 5, 188(5, by C. U. Wilson.
Won January 1, 18S7,bv C. Ii. Wilson.
Won .Inly 23, 18S7, by T. MeDermott.
Won January 2, 18S8. bv Dr. Hiodie.
Won July-1, 1888, by J. 11. FHicr.
II. THE ALDEN FltUIT AND TAKO
Valued at 8100; also, a second piize
of?5; thiid prize, 2.50. Conditions:
Open to all coiners; to become the pio
perty of the niaiksinan winning it three
times at regular meetings of the II. 11.
A.; 7 round-i each at the 200, f00 and
GOO-y.ud ranges; any military rllle un
der the mles; limited to ono entry for
each competitor. Entrance fee 1.
Won July."), 1880, bv J. lirodic, M. D.
Won January 1, 1S87, by W. C. King.
won July 3a, 1887, by J. Jtothwoll.
Won January 2, 18S8, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 1S88, by F. Ilustace.
III. II. It. A. THOPI1Y.
Valued at 6100. Competitors limited
to members ot the Association. Condi
tion1 For the lilglic-t aggregate score
at 201) and 500 yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military liliu under the
rules; to become the propeity of the
inarksinau winning it tin ec times at
legular meetings of tho 11. It. A.. En
trance fee, 1.
Won January 1, 18SG, hyF. J. Ilig
gin. Won July 5, 18S0, by J. Ilrodie. M. 1).
Won January 1, 1887, by Win. Unger.
Won July 23, 18-.7, by .7. lirodic, M.D.
Won January 2, 1SSS, by Ilustace.
won .iuiy i, J.S88, uy a: nitstacc.
IV. MID-K.YNGE CHAMPIONSHIP
For Association Itadgc. To be worn
by tho winner until his )-corc is beaten
at any regular meeting of the II. It. A.
Limited to members ol the Association;
10 rounds at COO and COO yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Y. ASSOCIATION SECOND-CLASS
Silver Medal. Open to all members
of the Ai-ioeiation who have newr made
a lccuut c.Nceodiiig7r per cent, at any
regular meeting ot the II. It. A. Prize,
a Silver Medal. "
Conditions: Itoumls, 10; distance,
200yuids; any military rllle under tho
rules. Entrance, $1. Entries unlimited.
200 yard. Open to all comets. Mili
tary rllle. Unlimited entries. Entrance
feu 1. First prize, 2.") per cent of le
eeipts; 2nd, 15 per cent; lid, 10 por
VII. HYACINTH CUP.
Prcentcd by Lieut. E. P. Ashe, Dr.
It. F. Yeo and Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become the property of
tho maiksuiaii winning It twice. 7 .shots
at 200, 500 and (100 yards. Military
rllle; any position.
VII I. -CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Somo very valuable prizes, and a
prize for eveiy body. Any rlllo; 5
rounds; disUinoj 200 yards. No air or
set triggers allowed. Entries unlimit
ed. Lntranc- feu. 8 .
No entries w ill be madu before the
day of tho match, and persons will
H'mot according to the number on their
A II persons who ha vo niado over 80 per
cent at any general meeting of thu n.
II. A. will not lie allowed to compete.
Committee on Citizen.-,' pi-1.es :
J. J. Williams,
J. II. Sorat,
E. O. Worn:.
.7. UltODIE. M. 1).,
C. II. NICOLL,
Sec. and Treas. 120 td
ALL p irties indebted to W, S. Luce
on tho IIOlli day of September last,
aru iciie.sted to teltlo up their accounts
at once W. S. LUCE.
Hy hU attorney In fact, Frank Drown.
ALL pernou fi'imd ticfpiming or
hhoiitiiig on the lauds of tho mi.
duiidfnul hi or icr I'alolo Valley, will
he prcicuted according in law.
Palolo, December 10, 1&8. 127 2w
B Mr. Ehrlich begs to inform his num
erous patrons and the public iu general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will,
be in order for business on Saturday morn
ing, December 29, 1888.
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EG-AK e COIMCJP.W'.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
FaEcj (tOOuS Mils for tie Holly Season
Satin T;iblc Scarfs, Shaded Flushes, Velvets, Surahs,
l.no o Cxii'tiliiH. Btampod rX"iaioH, Wlioe IlaBN, 3Sto.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc
Wo call particular attention to our fine selection in
CiisioHi-iiii) ciotilm or Gents, Toils k Giiren !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something vory fine in
Laities' & Misses' Boots, Shoes & Slippers & dents' Gaiters
Gall on us heforo going elecwhero.
tSMrs. ju. G. Howe's beautiful work
Toys &: JOolls,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mm E. Small ivill le prepai'ed to do
Cutiliig nnd Fitting:.
aoifEG Hardware Co., Id,
ITOJX'V STRISET, HONOLULU.
1ST UAHOAINB - Now Line of jj- BA1KUINB IN
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New iuToice of
SHELF-MDWA1, PLOWS HBN'L MERCHANDISE.
IVoveUleH nnu Fuuey Goodsi, Xn Iurfif Variety.
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SOODS - a $-NEW GOODS
in Point Laces on exhibition hcro"t
17 - 88
& Co.'s Stock