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JCSF Only a few more left of thoso
choice Writing Desks and cheap
Plush Albums at the
Hawaiian Nuws Co.,
25 Morchaut street.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
SATURDAY, DEC. 29, 1888.
Stmr Jag Makcc from Knpaa
Stmr Likelikc from Maul
Stmr Mokolil fioiu Jlolokai
Stmr Pole fiom Hawaii
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likclike 2000 bgs sugar, 25 pkgs
Stmr Pole 3012 bgs sugar.
Stmr Jas Makcc 1545 bgs sugar, 033
The Lady Lampson was moved from
the flshinaikct to the OSS Co's whaif
The bark Ceylon took hi sugar from
tho XV G Hall to-day.
The Sonoma is berthed near the 1 1 S
N Co's wharf. She discharged a huge
quantity of hay and other cargo to-day.
LINDSAY At South Kona, Hawaii,
Dec 23, 188S, of consumption, John
Lindsay, aged 22 years, a native of
UARKIS In San Francisco, Dee 0,
1888, Hemy, beloved son of Mis, S.
Harris, aged 35 years audS months.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Sneak theives arc around. Look
The Tlanters Monthly for Decem
ber is out.
J. C. Gall publishes a notice in
Buy your husband a Remington
type-writer for a New Year's present.
W. M. Giffard is the agent in Hono
lulu. . ..mm-
The Minister of Interior and tho
Superintendent of Public Works 10
turncd yesterday from an official
tour on Hawaii by tho steamer W.
Henry A. Harris, foimcily a com
positor in the Gazetto and 1'. C. Ad
vertiser offices died in San Francisco
December Cth. While in Honolulu
his health was very poor.
At 10 o'clock Sunday morning tho
regular quarterly exhibition of Sun
day Schools will be held in tho Kau-
makapiu and Jvuwaialiao cnurclics.
Foicigners aie invited to attend.
"Oh, look at thoso! Ain't they per
fectly lovely?" one lady said to an
other as they stood in front of Wen
ner & Co.'s store this morning in
specting the display of Now Year's
i . .
Ikvitations have been issued to a
largo miinbor of ladies to attend a re
ception at Iolani palace on Monday,
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2
p. in. in honor of Queen Kapiolani's
A good opportunity is now given
for every one to secure a life size
crayon portrait of friends at a very
reasonablo price. Call at G. West &
Co.'s or on WaltcrlDavis,wlio will givo
all needed information.
The Honolulu Arion Society had
a danco last evening at its hall,whicli
waalargoly attended by tho mem
bers and their lady friends. There
was a Christma tree with a presont
for everyone. Excellent refreshments
were served by Hart & Co. It was a
moat enjoyable aflair.
On Christmas day John Lindsay
for the past two years employed on
tho Lanai sheep ranch, died at South
Kona, Hawaii, aged 22 years. Ho
was a nativo of Scotland. Tho fu
neral took place from Ohiistohurch,
South Kona, tho Rov. S. II. Davis
conducting the eervico.
A meeting of tho creditors of tho
Kaumakapili church with a commit
tee of tho Hawaiian Board was held
this morning. Tho lattor niado a
proposition to tho creditors which a
good many of thoni accopted whilo
others as yet have not given an
answer. Another mooting will ho
The rcBideneo of Mr. A. M. Mollis
on Einmastieot was entered yester
day ill biuud daylight by someone,
during that gentleman's ahsonco.
Tho coutonU of it trunk wejo scat
tered around one of tho looms. Mr.
Mollis does not know what was in tho
trunk bo cannot say whether tho
tljlcf curried anything oil' or uot.
Have just opened out a Largo Now
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Sot 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.
Jd" Prioos within the reach of all.
The services of tho second congre
gallon of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
be at the usual hours on Sunday.
John Ying and Miss ICnpenn Ro
binson will bo married at 0 o'clock
this evening at tho Catholic Mission.
Tin: Bishop's congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral will hold Sunday
morning service at 10 a. m. instead
of D:!10 until further notice. Tho
chango is niado to enable the ships'
companies now iu port to attend
AUCTION SALES THIS EVENING.
UV J. F. MOKOAN.
At 7 o'clock, a grand New Year's
sale when will he offered jewelry,
embroidered and silk hankcrchiefs,
Pongee and silk pajama suits, din
ner and tea sots, vases, wool shawls,
dress goods, etc. Bear in mind
that these goods must be sold at any
I1Y L. J. LEVEY.
At 7 o'clock, last grand sale of
holiday goods, including rugs,
toys of every description, Japanese
ware, rugs, etc Positively no re
serves. JANUARY TERM.
The January term of the Supreme
Court opens Monday January 7th,
1889, Mr. Justice Uickerton presid
The calendar contains 73
i divided as follows: Hawaiian
Criminal G, Civil ; Foreign
Ciiminal 13, Civil 17; Mixed
Civil lo ; Banco 12 ; Divorces
The different companies of the
Honolulu Rifles willmcetfor tho an
nual election of company ofllcers as
follows: Company C, Wednesday
evening January 2d, at 7 :30 o'clock ;
Company A, Thursday evening,
January 3rd, at 7:30 ; Company D,
Friday evening January 4th, at
7:30; Company B, Tuesday even
ing January 8th, at 7 :30.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow special music will be render
ed by the choir of the second con
gregation. At 11:15 o'clock Tours
To Deum and Jubilate in F and
"How lovely aro the messengers"
from Mendelssohns St. Paul will be
sung, and in the evening at 7:30
Bridgwaters service in A with solos,
duetts and quartettes.
WHERE, 0 WHERE IS THE JUDGE?
The Police Court is still without a
presiding ofllcer, no appointment
having been made. The calendar
this morning contained twenty-eight
cases and by Monday there is just
as likely to be a hundred. The de
lay in non-appointment of a Police
Justice is causing considerable in
convenience. Tho two names as
mentioned under consideration are
Mr. David Dayton the late incum
bent, and Mr. William Foster clerk
of the Supreme Court.
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
Tho usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League ill be given
this evening at the Y.M. C. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme :
,,. T.K. Nathaniel
Comic song Ai thur Tihhs
Recitation ...T. H. Kalakiela
Song Levi O. Lyman
Hecltatlon Mis L. D. PJuuoy
Character song AithurTibhs
AddresH Rev. S. K. Bishop
Everybody is cordially invited to
A THIEF CAPTURED.
About 5 o'clock last evening the
Chinese cook employed at the rcsi
dencc of Dr. Robt. McKibbin, was
going to his loom iu rear of the pre
mises when ho Baw a man leaving
tho room by the window. Tho
chinaman yelled out as loud as ho
could bringing two other Chinese to
tho spot, the whole threo giving
chaso to tho intruder, who after get
ing out by the window scampered
nway as fast as liia legs could carry
him. However, he was soon caught:
and after a blicf struggle taken to
the Station House. He proved to
ho Chas. Bolabola, a South Sea Isl
ander, who has only recently uorved
out a sentence for larceny, at Oaliu
Jail. When seaichcd at the Station
House ho had on his porsou n sil
ver watch, thirteen keys all sizes,
several watch chains and two purses,
one containing DO cents tho other 85
penis. Upon entering the Station
lloiiBU ho made an attempt to throw
tho purses away but a policeman
was too quick, or Uiui.
Still buy a Handsome New Year's
Present, at a very low prices for
cash ; Fine Diamond Ring, Lockets,
Sleeve Links, etc., etc., at
Gosir.3 & Wiciiman,
SAILORS' HOME SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of tho Sailors'
Home Society was held this morn
ing at the room of tho Chamber of
Commerce at 10 o'clock, Hon. C. R.
Bishop in tho chair. After r.aling
of the minutes of the last annual
meeting, the treasurer submitted his
annual report which shows n balance
in hand of $381.29. The term of
six trustees expiring on the 31st of
December, 1888, the following gen
tlemen were unanimously re-elected
to serve for n further teim of three
years, ending Dec. 31, 1891: fcHon.
Chas. R. Bishop, Capt. W. Babcock,
Mr. J. T. Waterhousc Jr., Hon. J.
B. Athertou, Mr. P. C. Jones, Capt.
A. Fuller. To fill the vacancy
caused by the death of the late Hon.
S. G. Wilder, Mr. Thos. R. Walker
was duly elected a Trustee to serve
until December 31, 1889.
A lengthy discussion then took
place in regard to the prospects of
constructing a new building to serve
as a Sailor lnnic under the exist
ing agrcem if with the government
which proved the continued
interest taken in the object
which the Society represents,
although Uhc discussion led to no
immediate results. The committee
appointed to devise ways and means
for raising funds towards this object
wore granted further time to report.
The Society then adjourned and the
annual meeting of the Board of
Trustees was called to order by the
President, Hon. Chas. R. Bishop.
The election of ofllcers was pro
ceeded with, resulting in the
le-election of the following gen
tlemen by unanimous vote :
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, President;
Mr. F. A. Sciiacfer, Secretary ; Mr.
J. II. Paty, Treasurer. Executive
Committee: Hon. S. M. Damon,
Chairman ; Hon. J. B. Athertou, Mr.
C. M. Cooke.
The Treasurer was instructed to
invest $350 of the funds iu hand iu
the Hawaiian Postal Savings bank.
The meeting then adjourned.
The following additional
have been donated :
41. do!, white shirts A. M.
12. A target, E. B. Thomas.
4S. Gold pin, J. A. Spear.
44. Year's subscription to Daily
Bulletin, Walter Hill.
45. Carriage whip, Hawaiian Ha tel
40. Case champagne, Union sa
loon. BAND CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
4:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: Mai eh Persian
Manuka Vicc-Adinhal. . .
Modley-O! How Delightful
Polka Gypsy Baron
CHRISTMAS PRAISE SERVICE.
On Sunday evening a Christmas
praise service will be held at the
Central Union chui ch at 7 : 30 o'clock
when the following music will bo
rendered by the choir under the
direction of Mr. Myron II. Jones,
Anthem Sing, O Heavens. . . .Tours
Trio Grutias Aginius, Rossini
Anthem for ladies voices O Sing
to God , Gounod
Prelude for violin, cello and organ
Organ postlude Gloria 12th Mass
HAWAIIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Rifle
Association was held last evening at
tho Ilolel.thc Vice-President, C. V,
Ash ford iu the chair. Some altera
tions wcro inado in the order of thp
events for the target practice on
Now Years' day, which will he found
in tho programme elsewhere. A
discussion too place respecting the
sights of different rilles. The As
sociation passed votes of thanks to
Hon. J. A. Cummins for a gold
medal aud to Licuts. Ashe and
Douglas-Hamilton and Dr. Yeo, of
II. U. M. S. Hyacinth, for a silver
cup. Mr. Cummins was elected an
honorary member of the Association.
Fay Templeton has mysteriously
disappeared from Chicago.
Ileieaftcr none hut Amcilcnu citi
zens will be grunted licenses to run
saloons in New York city.
King Milan has issued a final de
cree that the divorced Queen shall
henceforth be addressed as Madame
Natalie do Kcezko, All of tho pie
sents given by ex-Queen Natalie to
King Milan havo been returned, and
one million francs luiyc long been
plaucdal her disposal.
SUPREME COURT IH CHAMBERS.
BEFOltn 1'KKSTON J.
Fiudav, Dec. 28th.
In tho matter of the estate of II.
J. Hart, of Honolulu, deceased tes
tate. Petition of executors A. J.
Cartwright and W. C. Paiko for
leave to sell interest in the Elito Ice
Cream Saloon, and their motion to
bo appointed guardians of tho four
children. Cecil Brown for petition
ers ; petitioners iu person. Order
ed that they have leave to sell said
interest and that they be appointed
guauliaus of the four children under
Y. M. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at ti:30 i. m. Come and hilng a friend.
Ciiuncii. Rev. J.
Services at 11 a. in.
Qurkn Emma Hali,. Gospel and
song service for llawallans lio speak
Lngllsh at at 3 r. si. Good singing.
Shoi t talks. Everybody v elcoine.
Jai'am:sk Sr.itvicE : Gospel and
Song Soiviecs at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7 :30 1 m., hi the Japanese Y. Jl. C. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner f
Beictanla and Nuuanu streets.
Cr..TUAL Union Ciiuncii. Rev. E.
G.Bcekwith, D. 1)., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 0:15 A. m.
Sci vices at 11 A. St., ami 7:30 v. m
Roman Catholic OATiiEintAL.
C and 7 a. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion, fc'cniecs In Engligh at 7 a.
m.; and at 10 a. m., high mass, uith
sermon cither in Hawaiian or Poitu
guese. alternating accoullng to the
three pilnelpnl diftercnt nationalities of
the church; 2 l'. m., losary and catc
tism; 4:30 i. M., instiuetioii and bene
diction of the Blessed Saei anient.
Chinese Church. Fort street, near
corner Ucietanla.' Mr. Kong Shul Keo
evangelist. Chinese Siuulav school,
9:110 a.m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 1 M. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 i m. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 i r.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. Fhst
congregation will have service at 0:30
and 0 :30 a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong at 8:30 p. m.
Evening prayer with sermon at G
o'clock p. in.
Second Congregation Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday:
Morning piaycr and sermon at 11 :15 a.
in. Eening piaycr and sermon at 7:30
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the month at 11 :1C a. m.
Divine Seivice on Wednesdays at 7:30
Chinese Congiegation, Rev. II. H.
Uowcn iu eh.uge. Moining prayer,
with sermon, at 11 :15 A. M. Sunday
school, at 10 a. m. Evening piayer,
with sermon, at 7 :30 r. m.
Xollccsumler this head aie charged 10 ctnli
per line for the fit ft insertion, and S cintt per line
every additional insertion.
VAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
XTRA Pino Fruit and Citron Cake
ornamented, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory & Bakery. 132 -It
HE well known Delicious Mince
1'les for Hew car, at tne Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
THE laigest assortment of Orna
mented Fruit and Cition Cake for
New Ycais' Piesents, at the Pioucer
bteain Candy Factory & Bakeiy.
A Happy li Year!
Extra Fino AXineo J?ieM.
DolioioiiH Ice Oircii.ni,
IVoav "Vcjw Citlcex,
Choice CuiidieH, fce.
AT THE "ELITE."
131J Everything is No. 1. 21
WHEREAS, XV S. Luce, fIIono.
lulu, has thisday made nn assign
ment of all his properly to tho under
signed, for the benefit of kis creditor
notice is hereby given to all parties
owinc said XV. S. Luce to make imme.
diute payment, and any persons having
claims against V. S. Luce are requested
to present thrm at once at the office of
W. S. Luce, Merchant btiect, Honolulu.
J. K. IIACIFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1688. 134 lm
HAS Coral Hock, Black Htone, Ulaclt
aud White Band and Soil, for sale
in nny quantity. Apply at the ofllce of
W. O. Aohl, Kaahuinanu street. 110 3m
Now England Chowder, ox,
Old England Eisli Soup,
C,iJ he made t perfection with rhnr
' Miami New Zealand Mullet. Ono
tin make, a gallon of these delicious
dishes. Only $'J per duen tln. For
sale by .1. E. UROWN in CO.,
m (It.tiB It 28 Merchant street.
T S'. McOUIUE
hurohy notifies the
O nulilie that he will, hi coniimc-
lli J, McQueen, curry ou thu ilu);.
uauu JixpreBuaiHi lirawnu
au liuBluess now
conducted by J. Ureen it Co.. commune
hit; on .lamuuy 1, lBb'J. All kinds of
liugKiige cxpreua unci draying work
ptoiuptly attended to. 1U3 tf
X udvorttBU iu tho Daily Ijuiutih,
SUPREME COURT IH CHAMBERS. JQ p
Das taken tho Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montano, comer of King
and Fort streets, and Is pro-
pmed to tnko
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing Dnnti lor Amnlmti'H,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
JBf Entianeo on Fort Sliect. "a
For Whooping Cough
Let any person glvo
Dr. Lozier's Cherry Cordial
A trial, and the most violent cold
will, in a short time be
HOLLISTER & CO..
1151 Agents. 2m
Tho Fastost Machine in tho World
Legal & Commercial Work
Result ol Special Conlosts (or 1888:
Cucinnati, July 20tb. Remington D7
words per minutu.
NewYokk, August 1st. Remington
won ht, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Prizes.
Toronto, August 13th. Reminuton
won (championship of tho world) Gold
and Silver Medals for highest speed ever
recorded 09 words per minute, cxclud
Lake George, N. Y. McQurrin broke
the record, writing on the Remington
108 3-5 words per minute, excluding
errors; writing blindfold 107 wordB per
ISTTo be had with or without Cabl.
W. M. GIFFARD,
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
N. B. Letters addressed to the Agent
c. o. W. u. Iruin& Co. will have promnt
Principal Rt. Bev. Alfred Willis,
D. D., Uiskop of Honolulu.
Singer John Bush, Esq., London
University, M. C. P. Certificated to
tench Drawing by Science aud Art De.
purtment, South Kensington.
Assistnnt Miss Annie M. Prcscolt,
Certificated by Board of Supervisors of
the Public Schools of the City of Boston.
The School will re-open after the
Christmas vacation on January 7tli.
The School enjoys a healthy situation,
possesses a spacious Schoolroom, and a
large well.vcntilntcd Dormitory. Every
attention is paid to the health and com
fort of the scholars. Many old pupils
aro now in excellent positions.
Fees ,$1GQ per annum.
Boys under 10 $125 per annum.
Days Scholars, ...CO cents per week.
Boys over 14.., $1 per week.
All payments must be in advance.
BSJTFor admission apply to
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Will bell j ou n Policy of Insurance which
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The Actual Results or these Policies as
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been grcutcr than thotiU
qf any other
Over $1,000,000 Insurance in Force
On These Island.
full particulars, rates, etc.
V. . Itlllt lilt,
Ucuvrul Ay ent
D1 Mr. Ehiiich begs to inform his num
erous patrons and the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of JTort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn-
ing, December 29, 1888.
3E3-.A.:iN -Sc OOIfcOPJTCY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded
X-.ao Curtains, HUimpcd
Fancy Hootls SnitaMe for the Holiflay Season
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, firrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc
Wc call particular attention to our fine solectiou in f"
Ciisiii-iiiiiiii Gloii for Gents, Timlin; k CMlflres !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats fc -Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,, J$
Latest Style If you want something very fino in
' 0. fiHinnnn' Tlnnri flhnnn 0. fll inn nnn 0. flnntnl
Call on us before
tJTMrs. E. C. Rowo's beautiful work
Toys Ac Dolls,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mm E. Small will be prepared to do
Cutting and Fitting:.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd
3TOKT SXK.JEI2X, HONOLULU.
m HAHQAINB -i New
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns
At Lower Prices than ever before New invoice of
SHELMAuDWARE, PLOWS HEN'L MERCHANDISI;
ISovuILIum uin. ITuuojr- Qood, luLurKeYurUiy,
GOOS - aNEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Plushes, "Velvets, Surahs,
TIOIoh, Blioo BaRB, Eto.
in Point Laces on exhibition hero"18
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& Co.'s Stock (
Lino of WrBAKQAINB
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