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1 IS 11
BSr Only a few moro left of those
choice Writing Desks niul cheap
Flush Albums nt tho
Hawaiian News Co.,
25 Merchant street.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 1888.
Stmr W Or Hall from Hawaii and Maui
Schr Halcakala from L'cpeckeo
Bk Sonoma, 23 days from San Francisco
Stmr C II Bishop for Walanae, Waiahia
and Kooliiu at 0 a m
For Walanae and Wnlalua, per stmr
G K Bishop, Kcc 28 Major Wrougltton,
l)r urouie, O i lioit, wue aim lniniiy,
The Sonoma from San Francisco is
becalmed outside fcho comes consign
ed to a H.ickfeld&Co.
The Takasago Maru has completed
the discharge of her inwaid caigo, and
to-day took in coals and ballast prepa
ratory to returning to Yokohama.
Steamers duo to-morrow: JasMakce,
Walalealc, Mikahala, Likcllke and Mo
kolii. The stmr Iwalanl has been detained
pending completion of lcpairs to her
rudder. She will probably sill to-morrow
afternoon for Labaiua and Hauia
kua. and take a number of Japanc-c la
borers for sundry plantations.
SHERRY In Honolulu, December 28,
y illlam Sherry, a native of Brooklyn,
N. Y., aged 23 years.
BSy Funeral at 4 o'clock, Saturday
afternoon, from residence of J. T. Dow
- ney, Xuuanu avenue, opposite the Mau
soleum. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A sioiiM is brewing.
Only three moro days in this year.
Teachers examination at 9 o'clock
to-morrow morning, at Fort Street
A Christmas praise service will be
held at the Central Union Church,
Police Captain Hopkins seized
sixty bottles of gin on board the
Takasago Maru yesterday.
The Mystic and Kamehaiweha
school nines will play a match game
of baseball New Year's day.
The Honolulu Arion Society will
have a hop at their Hall this evening.
Hart & Co. will cater for tho occa
sion. The attention of tho Road Super
visor is called to the condition of
Maunakca street, from King street to
tho Fish maikct.
A special ichearsal of the choir
of tho second congregation of St,
Androw's Cathedral will be hold at A
o'clock Saturday afternoon.
The Hawaiian band gavo n con
cert at tho Post Olllce this morning
from 8:30 to 0:30 o'clock, for the
benefit of tho business community.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
tho npnual meeting of tho Sailors
Homo Society will bo lfeld nt tho
room of tho Chamber of Commerce
There was not a laigo attendance
at tho mee1ng of tho Debating So
cioty last evening. Tho subject, An
nexation and Independence, was well
discussed by those present.
The quarterly exhibition of Sun
day Schools afJlliatod with Kaumaka
pili church will bo held pn Sunday
morning next, in tho church, under
tho supervision of Mr. A. L. Smith.
i . .
Monday next, December 31st, will
bo tho birthday anniversary of Her
MajeBty Queen Knpiolani. A recep
tion will bo held at lolani Palaco on
that day, between t)io hours of 11
a, m. and42 p. in. for ladies only.
Qn Saturday morning at 11 o'clock,
thero will bo a mooting of tho credi
tors of tho ICaumakapili church, to
meet a committeo from tho Hawai
ian Board and tho Trustees of tho
chinch, to consider tho debts of tho
church. Tho meeting will bo hold
in tho room of tho Chamber of Com
merce. i m '
The next nicotine of tho First
Division of tho Liliuokalani Educa
tional Society will bo hold on Janu
ary 3, 1889, at 4 o'clock p. m at tho
rcsidouco of Princess Liliuokalani,
Palama. All members aro specially
requested to bo present. Anyone
feeling inteiested in tho sooiety will
be wolcomo on that occasion,
Hnvo just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Sot and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Fins, Rings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
"Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, SiUcr Ware, etc.
JS" Prioos within the rcnoh of all.
and his wifo want
Tin: lax collector for this district
has an important notice elsewhere.
Mn. L. J. Levey will havo a hun
dred choice corn fed turkeys for sale
to-morrow morning. Call early and
Tun Hawaiian band gave a capital
programme nt tho concert at tho 11c
tcl last evening. Tho front of tho
building was illuminated with lan
terns of vaiious colors.
The oil in a street lamp, corner of
Lililia and School streets took fire
last evening shortly after G o'clock,
causing an alaim of fire to bo turned
in by sonic agitated person. No
A Ciiristmah festival will bo held
nt tho Rides Armoiy this evening for
the rortugucso Sunday School, con
nected with the Central Union
Church. Refreshments will be served
by Hart & Co.
William Sherry at one time over
seer on the Ileeia plantation, died
this morning, nt tho residence of J.
T. Downey, Nutianu valley. Ho was
.a native of Brooklyn N. Y., and about
23 years of ngc.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7.
Hawaiian Council No. C80, Amer
ican Legion of Honor, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, lm. 0.
M. at 7:30.
Pacific Decree Lodge No. 1 D
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles
WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Hon. John A. Cummins with his
accustomed liberality, has given a
very handsome gold medal to be shot
for at the 200 and 500 yards ranges,
at the target practice of the Hawai
ian Rifle Association on New Year's
day. The conditions appear in the
programme elsewhere. The medal
is given on purpose to encourage
shooting among the young men, and
will be known as the Waimanalo
At the office of Wells Fargo Co.'s
Express, there are packages to the
following addresses which have not
been called for: A. A. Dairon,
Mrs. W. P. Denslow, Francis Moss,
Leon Maltere, D. J. Lyons, S. Y.
Yates, J. Emmeluth, Mrs. L. L.
Cocke, Miss II. Coleman, Quong
Sang Tong, Yim Quon Kee,
II. Micklfeith, Frank Johnson, J.
P. Bowen, Harold Hayseldon,
Miss Ira Wing, Dr. S. G.
Tucker (2), A. M. Sproull, J. M.
Monsarrat, Mrs. Nina Wolf, Mrs.
Jas. McLean and Miss H. Hille
The following officers of Lodge
Le Progress de l'Occanio No. 124,
A. F. and A. M. were installed
Thursday evening for the ensuing
David Dayton, W. M.
P. O'Sullivan, S. W.
C. J. Sherwood, J. W.
J. O. Domlnis, Orator.
P. Opfcrgelt, Treasurer.
Jno. A. Spear, Secretary.
Thlo Renin, Deputy.
Jno. T. Downey, S. D.
Louis Toussaint, J. D.
James Dodd, I. G.
F. J. Higgins, Tyler.
INSTALLATION AND BANQUET.
At tho regular meeting of Hawai
ian Lodge No. 21 F. and A. M.,
held last evening, tho officers for
the ensuing masonic year wero duly
installed by Past Muster W. F. Al
len, assisted by Past Master John
A. Hassinger. The ofilcors-elcct
appeared in Thursday's Bulletin.
After tho installation and other bu
siness had been transacted the
brethren adjourned to the ante-room,
where was found an elegant colla
tion, Messrs. Hart & Co. being the
caterers. Tho Worshipful Master
elect, John Puillips,presidcd. After
the good tilings had been disposed
of several toasts were proposed and
responded to. Mr. T. 0. Porter tho
secretary, in responding to a toast,
stated that the Lodge was in a very
prosperous financial condition.
During the evening the Worship
ful Master, MY. W. M, Graliam.was
tho recipient of a very handsome
Past Master's jewel, suitably in
scribed. The presentation wa9
made by Bro. Hassinger la appro
Still buy a
Handsomo New Year's
a very low prices for
cash ; Fine Diamond Ring, Lockets,
Sleeve Links, etc., etc., at
Gowns & Wisiiman.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tho usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
to-monow evening nttho Y.M. C. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme:
,-,,. f T K. Nathaniel
Comic song Arthur Tibbs
Reeitatlon ...T. S. KalaMcla
Song Levi C. Lyman
Ifccitatlon Mrs L. P. Piiiucy
Character song Arthur Tibbs
Address Rev. S. K. Bishop
Everybody is cordially invited to
THE POLICE JUSTICESHIP.
There was quito a number of
cases on the Police Court calendar
this morning but no Judge to hear
them. Police Justice Dayton's
commission expired last night, and
as it had not been renewed he could
not take his seat upon the bench.
The court room was pretty well filled
with Iaw3rur3 and spectators who
hung around until half past ten
o'clock, when Deputy Marshal Hop
kins informed them that there would
be no session of the Court to-day,
the cases would have to go over to
Saturday. There is a hitch some
where, but just where, cannot be
discovered in time for this issue.
.'i v ."wmiiwu'iujji
THE LEPERS AND THEIR FRIENDS.
Through the thoughtfulncss and
Generosity of Hon. S. M. Damon,
those who have relatives and friends
at the leper settlement, Molokai,
will be allowed to visit them on Mon
day next. The steamer Likelike
has been chartered by Mr. Damon
and will leave Honolulu Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock, returning late
Monday evening. This will give
nearty all Monday at the settlement.
The expedition will be in charge of
Mr. C. B. Reynolds, superintendent
of the settlement, and the rules and
legulations in force at that place
will have to be strictly obeyed by
those who go. The entire expense
of the steamer will be borne by Mr.
Damon, and those having friends or
relatives at the settlement can obtain
tickets on application to Rev. II. II.
Parker, Father Leonor and Hon. J.
TJ. Kawainui. The only thing le
quired of them is that llicy wll
have to furnish their own food.
Quite a large number of people in
tend taking advantage of this trip,
and they feel very grateful towards
Mr. Damon for his act of kindness.
Following is a list of prizes al
ready given for the Citizen's match
at the target practice on New Years'
1. Lamp, E. O. Hall & Son.
2. Oil painting, Pacific Hardware
3. Doz. Port wine, W. C. Pea
cock. 4. Doz. hot. perfumery, Benson
Smith & Co.
5. Tea set, J. T. Waterhousc.
0. Gal. whiskey, II. Macfarlanc.
7. Photo album, King Bros.
8. Keg wine, Hamilton Johnson.
9. Dpz. phqtographs, J. J. Wil
liams, 10. Cake, Hart & Co.
11. Biscuit jar, J. F. Morgan.
12. Oil painting, D. Howard
13. Tea 6et, S. Ledcrer.
14. Canary and cagc,L. J. Levey,
15. Tea set, Wing Wo Chan &
1G. Harrison hat, Egan & Co.
17. Cuspidore, Castle & Cooke.
18. Box tea, II. May & Co.
19. Writing desk, West & Co.
2Q. Jewel case, N. S. Saclis.
21. Pair slippers, F. Gertz.
22. Chair, O. E. Williams.
23. Box ten, Wing Wo Tai & Co.
2 i. Bag potatoes, II. 15, Molntyro
25. Ham, Lewjs & Co.
2G. C(it glass inkstand, Hawn.
27. Feather fan, T. II. Davies &
28. Pair China flower ppts, G.
W. Macfarlanc & Co.
29. A doll, A. L. Smith.
Smoking set, II. J. Nolte,
I , Mrs. T Lack.
Pair pants, S. Roth.
3d. Fish globe anil fish, Emelutli
Bale hay, J. F. Colburn.
Gal. Port wine, J. II. Love-
Sot sleevo buttons,
20 lbs roust beef, Geo,
ChilcVs chair, JIopp & Co,
Box cube sugnr, C. Ilustace.
jlllLMll mill, IILU.lUg
npHE laicst iisboitmeut of Oma
X iueuted Fruit and Citron Cake for
New Years' Piesenta, at tho Pioneer
btewm Ouudy Factory & bakery.
DEFOnn JtO'CCLLT .T.
Thursday, Dec. 27.
Opcha (k) vs. Kahananui Holt
nnd J. D. Holt. Damages 835. A
Rosa for plaintiff; no appearance
for defendants. Defendant's appeal
from District Court of Waianao is
C. B. Kanakanui vs. James R.
Holt jr. Assumpsit $50. S. K.
Kaco for plaintiff; no appcaranco
of or for defendant. Plaintiff's ap
peal from District Court of Wala
nae is withdrawn.
Mahoo (w) and Kcahi (k) vs.
Maria Knananna. Summary pro
ceedings to recover possession of
lands. S. K. Kaco for plaintiffs;
Cecil Brown for defendant. Plain
tiff's appeal from District Court of
Ewa. Ordered continued until next
term day, the Justice of the lower
Court to bo notified to then attend.
R. Halstcad vs. Nihoa (k.) As
sumpsit $125. W. R. Castle for
plaintiff; A. Rosa for defendant.
Plaintiff's appeal lrom District
Court of Wnialua is withdrawn.
The King vs. Apo. Selling liquor
without license. Deputy Attorney
General for tho Ciown; W. R. Cas
tle for defendant. Defendant's ap
peal from District Court of Waialua.
Continued Nov. 29th until further
notice. On motion of defendant,
ordered placed upon tho calendar
for this date. Continued.
Tho King vs. Chun U. Unlaw
fully carrying a pistol. Deputy
Attorney-General Peterson and J.
L. Kaulukou for the Crown ; J. II.
Barcnaba for the defendant. Con
tinued until January term day.
The King vs. Moke. Assault and
battery. W. R. Castle for the pio
secution ; S. K. Kane for the de
fendant. Continued for the present.
The King vs. Paauki. Assault
and battery. Deputy Attorney
General for the Crown ; Kaulukou
for the defendant. Sentence of
lower Court modified to 85 fine, and
costs of lower Court only.
The King vs. Thomas Nathaniel.
Assault and battery. Same counsel
as previous case. Defendant's ap
peal f i om Police Court, Honolulu.
Nolle prosequi entered.
J. Sylva vs. Ah Chit. Damages.
W. O. Smith for plaintiff; Barc
naba for defendant. Defendant's
appeal from District Court, Koolau
poko. Defendant's motion for con
tinuance to next term allowed on
condition that he pay defendant 80
for his expenses.
Weunlsday, Dec. 2Gth.
Eight Chinese charged with vag
rancy were remandek.
Ed. Murphy charged with assault
and battery on otlicer Palau was
found not guilty.
Thiity drunks contributed 8184
to the treasury. Several other cases
Jno. Micheal was fined 82 for
being a common nuisance by throw
ing fire crackers.
Thursday, Dec. 28th.
F. Schmorl was charged with
practising medicine as a physician
or surgeon for compensation or re
ward without a license, contrary to
Section 279, Civil Code, as amended.
Remanded to the 29th.
Kamakon, J. C. Marchant and
Wm. Good had each to pay the
usual amount for drunkenness.
Frank Gomes, charged with as
sault and battery on Augusto with
a stick, was remanded to Jan. 3rd.
polices under this head ure charge 10 centt
per Unefor the flint intertlon, and 5 cents per line
cicry additional Insertion.
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Iteur of Luchm' Mill.
T7XTRA Fino Mince l'lc at
J lll.'Ktn" Uo.wl In .... n.il... r
Send in your oider now
I?XTRA Pino Kiult and Cltion
2i ornamented, at the Pioneer i
Candy r actory & Uahcry.
rPHE well known Delicious Mince
I. Pies for New Year, at the Pioneer
Steam Candy Fnctory & Bakery.
HPHE largest assortment of Orna-
L incuted Fiuit and Citron Cake for
New Years' Piesents, at the Pioneer
ftcum Candy Fnctory it llakeiy.
HAS Coral Hod:, Black Stone, Black
and White Hand and Boll, for sale
in utiy quantity. Apply at the office of
V. O. Aohi, Kiiahumanu street. 119 Urn
to the premises of C. Hiram, at
ICatilnliinl Paik. near the Cmduo. a
Largo Hoar J'lg. The owner can hare
the Bttuio by proving properly and pnv.
in if expeiiHt'B of thltt advertisement. If
not claimed within 10 (Invs from date
tho rlcht of ownership will bo forfeited
Honolulu, Dec. '.'7th, 1888. 133 21
Now England Chowder, or,
Old England Fish Soup,
CMN lie maile to perfection with Star
liiand New Zealand Mullet. One
tin inakca a piUmi of theto delicious
dishes. Unlv i'i per dozen tin-'. For
talc by J. E. iiJtOWN & CO.,
11)2 Ot-66 It 28 Merchant street.
JAV. McQUIHIi; hereby notifies the
niildlo tlmt he will, in conjutic.
lion with J. McQueen, curry on tho Hag.
ga(,'e Express and Druj lng business now
conducted by J. Green & Co., commune,
ing on Januury 1, 1831). All kinds of
bagcHgo cxpritH and draylng work
promptly intended to. 183 tf
F YOU WANT A SITUATION
auYcrtlBQ in the .daily JJdllmtw,
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montnuo, corner of King
nnd Fort streets, a-id is pre-
paicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Vrlntlnjj Woiio loi- Auintcurx,
Cabinets $0 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
66T- Entrance on Fort Street, -a
For Whooping Cough
Let any person give
Dr. Lozicr's Cherry Cordial
A trial, and the most violent cold
will, in a short time be
HOLUSTER & CO.,
11C1 Agents. 2m
Tho Fastest Machine in tho World
Legal & Commercial Work
Result ol Spoclal Contests for 1880:
Cincinnati, July 25th. Remington 07
words per mi nil to.
Nkw Youk, August 1st. licmhigton
won Ut, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Prizes.
Toiionto, August 18th. Remington
won (championship of the world) Gold
and Silver Medals for highest speed ever
recorded 99 words per minute, exclud
LAKEQnonon.N.Y. McQurrin broke
the record, writing on tho Remington
109 8-5 words per minute, excluding
errors; writing blindfold 107 words per
B5J"To be had with or without Cabi.
W. M. GtFFARD,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. U. Letters addressed to the Agent
c. o. "V. G. Irwin & Co. will have prompt
I). D , Uisliop of
Master John Bush, Esq., London
Uuivcrbity, 31, O. P. Certificated to
teach Drawing by Science and Art De
partment, South Kensington.
Assistant Miss Annie M. Prescott,
Certificated by I3ourd or Supervisors of
tho Public Schools of the City of Uoslon.
Tho School will re-opon after the
Christmas vacation on January 7th.
The School enjoys a healthy situation,
possesses a spacious Schoolroom, nnd a
large wcll-Tcntilntcd Dormitory. Every
attention is paid to the health and com
fort of the scholars. Many old pupils
arc now in excellent positions.
Fees $160 per annum.
Boys under 10 $125 per milium.
Days Scholars.... 50 cents per week.
Hoys over' 14 $1 per week.
All payments must be in advance.
CgSTFor admission apply to
129 2w THE PRINCIPAL.
A Place to Make a Good
The Best Company
Life Insurance Go.,
OF NEW YORK.
Will sell j ou n Policy of Insurance which
is Incontestable after Two Yeart, nnd is
an absolutely safe investment. Cull on or
. It. 1COSI2,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-0 88-ly
For Your Wife k Gliilflren
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Co.
The Actual KesulU of thctu Policies as
paid flnce 1852, liovn by Jar
been grcntor than lhou
of any oilier
Over $1,000,000 Insurance in Force
On These Islaml?.
full, particulars, rates, etc
. O. 1IKK Kit.
General Agent Hawaiian
B31T Mr. Ehrlich begs to inform his num
erous patrons and the public in 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. .
EJO-k.1 Ac oo:M::E-A.wsr.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy Goods SnitaMo
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Sarahs,
lutxi'f CuirtnliiH, Htampcd TltlloH, Wlioe Baas, 32t.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc
Wo call particular attention to our fine bulection in
liiiiiiniii-iiiiiil!) Mil lor Ms, Youllis & Children !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
lints & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear-,-
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Laities' k Misses' Boots, Shoes ftSDers & Geiis' Gaiters
Call on uh befmo going elsewhere.
tSTMrs. E. G. Eowo's boautiful work
Toys Sc JQollH,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mrn. E. Small will he prepared to do
Cutting and Fitting.
Pacific Hardware Co., Id
FORT P1?rtEIS1?, HONOXiXJJL.XJ.
Z3T BAHQAINS -I
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,,,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of i
SHHLF-HABDWAHB. PLOWS HBN'L IICHAIISB,
NoYomom tiivX aptiuoy
COOD8 - a 5-JiEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
for lie Holiday Season
in Point Laces on exhibition here"3ft
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& Co.'s Stock
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Goods, In XAro Turletr;
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