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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUAEY 7, 1889.
Still buy a Handsome New Year's
Present, at a very low prices for
cash ; Fine Diamond King, Lockets,
Sleeve Links, etc., etc., at
Gomi:s & Wicuman,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
J."" XI JE
MONDAY, JAN. 7, 1889.
inun i i i. urn i n ii ii in
Stiur Llkellko from Maul
Stmr Mokulll from Molnktil
Stun- Miknhnlu from Kanal
Stmr Jus Mnkuu from ICupuu
Stmr Wulnlcnlc fioin Kilauca ami Ha
Stmr ICaala for Waialua and Wahumo
at 9 a m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Miknhnla for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Wnialealc for Kauai at 5 p m
Schr Walcliu for Kauai
From Kauai per stmr Mikalmln, Jan
10--SW Wilcox and wife, It Wilcox,
Mrs W H Rico ami 2 children, Mr Jus
tice Dole, II C Lyon, Miss Lucy Aukai,
Miss llattio Lewis, Rev I Gooiloll, Miss
Scholz. O Scholz, jr, Miss Liz.ic Good
win, 2 Chinese anil 150 deck.
From Mam pur stmr Likelikc, Jan C
Mrs S W Kaai, Miss It Johnstone, Mr
Akiona and wife, 10 Hutchinson. Itoht
Catton, Hon W K Foster, J F Brown,
Miss Gonsalrcs, Koht Atkinson, Mrs G
A Pittoek, Miss Helen Chamberlain,
Joseph Santos, Miss M E Green, C II
Dickey, Capt J 33 Lee Balllstcr, S F
Chilllngworth, Paul Hunker, Mr l'ar
nell, R w Meyer, Jas D Cockctt and
wife and 54 deck.
From Kapaa per stmr Jas Makcc, Jan
C--J N S Williams and 10 deck.
From Kilauca and Haualei per stmr
AVaialcale, Jan (! J Rltsou, and 0 deck.
Bktne Amelia, Capt Wm Newhall,
from Port Townsend. Lumber to Al
len & Robinson. 25 days. Have had a
stormy passage with prevailing winds
to south and south south-east. Have
neeu no vessels on the passage.
1 ' 1- i1 " !'!"' Ill I ii i
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Musical intertainment for sailors
at the Y. M. C. A. at 7 :30.
Band concert at Emma Square at
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
Meeting of Hawaiian Jockey Club
at Hotel at 8.
St. Andrew's Sewing Society at 2
p. in., in old Cathedral building.
Re-opening of all Government
schools at 9 a. m.
Meeting of Honolulu Boat Club at
7:30 p. m.
This evening a musical entertain
ment will be given at the Y. M. C.
A. hall fortho crews of the different
men-of-war now in port. Admis
sion will be by tickets, which may
be obtained at the olllce of the gen
eral secretary of tho Y. M. C. A. or
at tho olllces of Theo. II. Davies &
Co. and E. O. Hall & Son. Mem
bers of the Association and their
friends arc invited. Tho entertain
ment commences at 7:30 o'clock.
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: l'AKT I,
MarchBand is coming Schild
Overture Kinuia of llesburgh....
Chorus Tauluiiiser Wagner
Selection Uoceaclo (by iequcst).Suppo
Hone no nci. Hole Waimea. Ahca Oc.
Mcdly Musical Pow Wow lleycr
Chorus Day of Judgment... .Schneider
WaltzServian I vanorlc
March 1'cralun Utrauss
JJUyOIti: I'OMCK JUSTICU VOSTI'.K.
Monday, January 7th.
CauaunaeIo (w) forfeitpd bail of
S10 for disturbing the quiet of the
Peter U. Hanson was lined $10
with $1.40 costs for assault and
liattery on Ilokuelo.
Hccia and S. D. Dickenson ftr
drunkenness were lined $5 each
jvjtll $1 cos.s.
'Three Chinese charged with hav
ing opium unlawfully in possession,
wcro rcmamled to the 14th.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Miss Berry's school rc-opened this
. . ' . !
Am. Government schools re-open
Tin: weather was very cool early
Tin: wind blow great guns at an
early hour this morning.
Tin: ofllcors of the United Chinese
Society for tho ensuing year will be
found in another column.
The schooner Wnichu sails nt 1
o'clock to-morrow afternoon for va
rious ports on Kauai, specified in an
A MmrriNO of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club will be held this evening nt 8
o'clock at tho Hawaiian Hotel. A
full attendance, is requested as busi
ness of importance will be brought
Tiii:iu: was no quorum at the
mooting of the Hawaiian Kille Asso
ciation Saturday night. It is pro
bable that tho matches undecided
New Years' day will come ofl on
A native named Ilakttelo, a Cus
tom House watchman, was assaulted
Sattuday night by 1. C. Hanson, a
sailor. The latter was fined if 10 for
tho assaidt in the Police Court this
It is said that a business film in
the town can a (lord in these dull
times to bend a clerk to tho wharf, to
watch outgoing Island steamers, and
take niemoianda of marks on cases
shipped by other films.
'PHI! ((imnprnlipn ninnftnrr W
Brewer's block Saturday night was
attended by over forty persons. Four
signed the pledge, and Mr. P. C.
Jones treated the whole of those
present to ice cream soda drinks.
Tin: stiect cars arc doing a thriv
ing business and each day brings in
creased receipts. On Saturday and
Sunday the service was totally in
sufficient for tho largo numbers who
were anxious to avail themselves of
the ti am ways.
Who wants $50? Hero is a chance
lo make it. The Hawaiian Tram
ways Company oflbr a reward of thai
amount to anyone giving infoimalion
that will lead to the conviction of
any person maliciously altciingthc
switches or placing obstructions on
This week will be observed as one
of pnr.er at tho vestry of the Cen
tral Union church. Tho general
theme is "prayer for the childien
and youth." This evening at 7:30
the subject will be "Chribtian habits
for the young," led by llov. O. M.
Hyde, D. D.
Miss Patch, the musical instructor
at ICawaiahao Female Seminary an
nounces in another column that blio
is prepared to receive pupils for in
struction in vocal and instrumental
music. Miss Patch has excellent re
ferences from tho leading piofessors
in California, as to her ability as a
Mr. S. F. Chillingworth, Deputy
Sheriff of Makawao, will piobably
be appointed Deputy Marshal in
place of Mr. Chas. L. Hopkins.
Mr. II. C. Lj'on, tho Raymond &
Whitcomb excursion agent, return
ed from Kauai yesterday.
Mr. Justice Dole has returned
from a week's visit on Kauai.
SILVER LIQUID STOLEN.
Sometime during Saturday or
Sunday night the premises of Mr.
J. J. AVilliams, photographer, Fort
street, were entered from the rear,
and a quantity of silver liquid car
ried off. The liquid was kept in a
bottle on a shelf along with a lot of
other material used in the photo
graphic business. It would not be
the least use to any person outside
of the business and Mr. Williams is
very anxious to know who has been
so impudent as to be on his premi
ses outside of busiuess hours with
GAME OF CONSEQUENCES.
At a private house the other night
a party of ladies and gentlemen
played the game of Consequences.
One Consequence turned out as fol
The old pig's bristled moustache
and long chopped ear.
Lovely nud accomplished L A
In Kapcna pool.
My own one, let us leave the tropic
My boy, my love, my life, my
hearts desire, have a plain soda and
They hugged and hugged till they
ENGINE COMPANY NO. I.
In Williams' photographio gal
lery may be seen a largo picture of
tho officers of Honolulu Engino Co.
No. . It js gotten up in neat style.
In the centro, surrounded by a
wreath, is the name of the Company,
while at the bottom is a picture of
tho engine decorated with (lowers
and drawn )y two horses, with John
Sullivan on the driver's seat. Ha
waiian seenes painted in water
colors appear in each corner, and
there arc also pictures of the fol
lowing: Jlout. More, foreman; T.
Ii. Lucas, delegate; Louis Touis
saut, 1st assibtaut forepian; B. Or
denstcln, secretary, 1'. O'Sullivnn,
treasurer. It is to bo huug in thu
NEW YEARS AT SPRECKELSVILLE.
A nnil.UANT AND SUCCT.SSI'UT. 11AI.T..
Tho old year was danced out and
Anno Domini '89 most successfully
inaugurated by a grand ball, given
by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morrison of
Spreekclsvillc, at which was present
tho elite, youth, beauty and wealth
of tho island. Great preparations
had been going on for some time
prior to the great event, and the
highest expectations of the many
guests assembled were fully realiz
ed. Seldom, if over, In tho annnls
of society on Maui has a dance been
marked by such signal success, an
event which obscures even the de
lightful ball given n short time ago
in honor of the Knights of Pythias
Pilgrimage. Unbounded credit is
due to the genial hostess and her
nblc corps of lady and gentlemen
assistants for the beautiful appear
ance of the great entertainment hall
and tliCj perfect and harmonious ar
rangement of the whole alfair.
The hall was profusely and ex
quisitely adorned with festoons and
garlands of ferns, Hags and draper
ies, brilliantly lighted, and present
ed a most enchanting scene. A
siring band ol ii members of the
Royal Hawaiian band furnished ex
cellent music and lured even stately
matrons and portly paterfamilias
into the mazy whirls of the Tcrpsi
chorcan art. Neat, artistic pro
grammes were distributed lo every
one, and in short every minor detail
had been remembered, and enhanc
ed the enjoyment of the evening.
Dancing continued from 9 o'clock,
and was maintained with great zest
and animation until half-past eleven
when all the guests filed into the ad
joining spacious dining hall, where
choice refreshments invitingly tempt
ed appetites sharpened by the un
wanted exercise, and gave new
strength lo the llagging energies of
At 12 o'clock precisely Mr. Mor
lison rose and in a few well chosen
remarks announced that the New
Year was born, wishing all present
a Happy New Year, upon which
cverj'one rose and joining hands,
sang"Auld laugsync." Immediately
after the lunch dancing was
resumed and kept up with great
spirit till half-past one, when the
whistle from the Kalmlui Railroad
train which Wilder & Co. with
their usul liberality, had placed at
the disposal of guests from Wailuku,
Kahultii and Paia warned them
it was time to break up and the
guests, alter bidding goodnight to
their genial host and hostess, dis
persed to their several homes, to
dream happy dreams, and review
the pleasant recollections of the en
Among those present were : Mrs.
T. W. Everett, Misses Dorcas Rich
ardson and Rachel Pccazzo ; Hon.
Jno. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs.
Norric, Messrs. It. D. Walbridge,
A. Barnes, W. A. McKay, Geo. C.
Potter, A. F. llopke, P. Mondt, J.
II. Stelling, L. M. Vetlescn, Dr.
and Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. C. B. Ma
kee, Dr. A. 11. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.
Stolz, Mr. and Mrs. Fennell, Miss
May Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Maurer,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore, Mrs.
Hendry, Messrs. Geo. Ross, W. II.
Harrison, W. Barclay, E. J. Adams,
M. J. McLane, G. Hofgaard, G.
Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bells, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Toogood, Misses An
gela, Einana and Nellie Crook, Miss
Ida Campbell, Messrs. O. M. W.
Foster, F. Armstrong, P. Hamill, It.
Zumwalt, Mr. and Mrs. II. Laws,
Dr. and Mrs. Crane, Mrs. M. L.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lowrio,
Mr. and Mrs. Lindcr, Mrs. Omstcd,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Palmer, Mes
demoiselles Simpson, Wyckoff and
Dora Simpson, Mr. Geo. Bailey,
Mrs. II. B. Bailey, Mr. W. Ciook,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mossman, Miss
MEETING OF LILIUOKALANI EDU
A meeting of the First Division of
the Liiiuokalani Educational Society
took place at Princess Liliuokalani'i.
residence, Palama, on January the
3rd. It was proposed and ac
cepted that there should only be
quarterly meetings held in future,
and to be at Washington Place.
Mrs. Helen Boyd was appointed Se
cretaiy for the rest of the year, in
place of Mrs. J. II. Brown, resign
ed. Man suggestions wcro brought
forward and adopted, two new mem
bers were proposed and accepted
Mrs. Robert Lowers and Miss Low
ers. Committees were appointed to
arrange for an entertainment at the
next quarterly meeting, which will
also ho the annual meeting, and will
take placu on the 15th of May, at
Princess Liliuokalani's Kapalama
residence, at 1 p. m. Members
EDUCATION IN ENGLAND.
A London despatch announces
that the school elections have re
sulted in a net gain of three scats
lo the advocates of noii-Hcctarimi
education. This alludes to tho elec
tion of members of the local School
Board of Loudon. It marks a step
in a controversy which is exciting
the liveliest Interest, not only in tho
metropolis, but throughout Great
A Commission appointed by the
existing Tory Government to inquire
into the condition and needs of pub
lic schools recently submitted two
reports. Tho majority report con
tained recommendations, in sub.
stance, that public money be appro
priated on a larger scale than at
present lo denominational schools,
and that, under certain conditions,
dcnouiinatioral instruction should
bo permitted in public schools. The
minority report protested against
these provisions and recommended
the inauguration of active iuer u.cs
for extending tho School Board sys
tem throughout tho country, and the
establishment of unscctarian train
ing schools for tho education of
A great conference was recently
called at Exeter Hall, composed of
delegates from nil parts of tho king
dom, to protest against what was
termed "the reactionary and dan
gerous recommendations of the re
port of tho majority of the Royal
Educational Commission." It was
called by representative educators,
many members of Parliament, edi
tors of leading educational periodi
cals, tho Chairmen of vaiious dis
senting unions and associations,' and
other prominent men, including the
Chairman of the National Liberal
Federation. The issue is made on
both religious and political lines.
As a rule, the body of Dissenters
and the Gladstone Liberals condemn
tho majority report, while the
churchmen and Conservatives are
not unanimous in its favor. The
"Times" gives it a half-hearted
In the discussion which has been
going on over this matter, constant
reference has been mado to the
American non - sectarian public
school system, usually with the ad
mission that it has proved a great
success. The conditions in Eng
land aro in some respects unlike
those which exist in the United
States. Public schools thero are a
modem growth. The system is not
yet complete. In many parishes no
national schools exist, and in others
the work is carried on under the
care of the Established Church and
other religious onianizations, in co
operation with the State. This ac
counts, probably, for the tenor of
the recommendations of the major
ity report. It emanates from the
Conservative party, and shows the
disinclination usually exhibited by
that party to break away from old
ideas and establish new lines of ac
tion. The recent London election
shows that thcie, at least, sentiment
is growing in favor of the Liberal
plan of divesting the schools of sec
tarian features. The people of the
United States will watch with inter
est the progress of the contest. It
is not impossible that it may yet in
volve tho stabilitv of Lord Salis
bury's Government. S. F. Bulle
tin. COST OF ELEUTIIIC UfiflTS IN VARIOUS
At a meeting of the Boston Alder
men on Monday week, a communi
cation was read from the Citizens'
Association remonstrating against
the high price of electric light. The
city paid last year 6131,097 for
electric lights, or at the rate of G5
cent3 per night for each light.
After referring to the fact that Bos
ton pays the same price per light
that it did in 1882, although the re
duction in the cost of carbons alone
would reduce the expense of main
taining G95 lights (the number now
used in Boston) by more than 8C0,
000 a year, the communication says:
In New York city the contracts aic
made annually from May 1st, and
in the contracts for the current year
prices for lights per night, with a
few exceptions, range from 35 cents
down to 17A cents for lights of
equal power with those in Boston.
The average cost to the city of tho
whole l,.J3o lights in use in New
York on June 12, 1888, was 31.V
cents each per night. Brooklyn
pays for its 1,011 lights 50 cents
each per night; liuffalo, for its 990
lights, pays 15 cents cacli per night.
New Orleans for its 822 lights, pays
31 cents each per night, and Phila
delphia, for its 750 lights, pays
from -17A cents to 55 cents, an aver
age of 50 cents each, per night. In
all these cities the lights are of the
same kind and power, and burn as
many hours per night and per year
as in Boston (in Buffalo more hours)
and the contracts arc mado yearly,
except in New Orleans, where the
contract runs for five years. The
following lisl includes all the other
cities in the country which have in
their streets more than two hundred
electric lights burning all night,
and shows tho price paid by each
Cities Lights Cents.
Albany, N. Y . . ..J81 at 50
Baltimore, Md. . .519 at 50
Fall River, Mahs .2150 at 55
Lafayette, Ind. ..207 at about. . .20
Providence, It. 1 .295 at 50
Scranton, Pen j2J2t... ...... 20
Syracuse, N. Y ..280 at 39
Troy.N. Y 391 at .13 J
Utiea, N. Y 375 at about. . -20
PflOCRESSION IN CHURCH ENTERTAIN
MENTS. A tclicmo has been devised for
making church socials pleasant.
Each person is given a card on
which a dozen names are written,
and is required to talk live minutes
with each one whose name is on the
card. At the expiration ef five min
utes a bell is struck and a new part
ner is sought. By this plan wajl
flowers are eliminated, everybody
receive attention, cliques are broken
up, and all go homo happy. It
isn't exactly progressive euchre,
but it is built on thu same plan.
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL X!d coliiiuua, purely local mutter
Mulled to foicigu countries, $5 per
Xottce.1 under this hctitl are charged 10 centi
ftr linttr thtlrtt nertin, nnd S ctntt ptr line
tterv aiilUitnal imcrtien.
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, Ttcnr of Luca' Mill.
IlFTY dollars lowaril will be paid to
. anyone clvlug Information lend lug
to the conviction of any person altcrlug
tho switches or placing obstructions on
HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO.
ELECTION of OFEICEKS.
AT the regular meeting of the United
Chinese Society held on the flrd
lint., the following were declared duly
elected us officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year, viz:
President A. II. Loo Ngawk,
Vice-President L. Alilo.
Secretary Ho Foil,
Assistant Secretary.. ..Tain Wa Illn,
Treasurer Ng Oug,
Assistant Treasurer Yee Chin.
Secretary U. C. H.
Honolulu, Jan. 7, 1889. 140 at
Y a Unlf.white Hoy willing to do
any tiling. Apply at tills olllce.
A DIAMOND and Sapphire Locket
on New Year's Dav, on King and
Bcretauia street, or tlio Manoa Koail. A
reward of $10 will be paid to the Under
on returning the same to
ins Itt J. M. MONSARKAT.
LL parties iucVotcd to W. S. Luce
on tlie 30tn uav of September lust.
are requested to settle up their accounts
at once. W. S. LUCK.
By hia attoriey-in-fuct, Frank Brovrn.
S. R. Patch,
Kawalahao Female Seminary.
Teaclier of Yoicii & Piano,
Is prepared to receive pupils.
Hefcrs, bj permission to leading pro
fessors of music in California, and to
previous experience in teaching in that
State. Address as above. 140 2v
A FKESII SUPPLY OF THE
"The Queen of Table Waters."
von hali: AT
I A. SGHAEFBR k CO.'S.
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
I-'or nuy IMMtunce.
The Cars will commence running on thu
following schedule time,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
Loavo Rino Range. Leave Chinese Tlioat.
(i.00 a. M. U..10 a. r.
fi.UO " 7.00 "
7.00 ',' ?.:w
7.U0 " 8.00 "
8.uo " y.oo '
o.:io " io.oo "
10.30 " 11.00 "
u.:io ' lti.oo ii.
12.00 M. l'J.SO 1'. m.
l'J.HOl-. ii. 1.00 "
loo " i.:io "
l.:0 " 2.00 "
!i.!iO " 3.00 "
3.30 " 4.00 '
4.00 " 4.30 "
4.!'.0 " fi.00 "
COO ' 6.30 "
r..:io " ii.oo
0.:!0 " 7.00 "
7.30 " 8.00 "
8.30 " 0.00 "
0.30 " 10.00 "
8.50 A. U. 0.00 A. M.
3.20 " 0.C0 "
11.30 " 10.00 "
10.20 " 11.00 "
10.30 " 12,10 v. u.
11.30 " 12.20 "
1.30 I'. M. 2.00 "
2,30 " 3.00 "
3.30 " COO "
UC0 " 7.30 "
7.00 " U.0O "
8.(0 " 0.10 "
Hours marked () the Cars Htiirt from
thu corner of liuretnuiii utid Piinahou
To Insuro punctuality, it is requested
that pastcngers will, an fur ne poa&lhlu,
join nud leave the cars at the corners of
They nre also respectfully cautioned
tgaitibl attempting to enter or alight
from tho curs whilitt in motion; lo ice
(hat tht ticket handttt to them in return
for their are is actually ioruioui tht
tirivcr'f sliii to retain that ticket dur.
log the journey, and to destroy It on
leaving the car. Dec-SU-SS
lotice of Hemoval.
XW Mr. Elirlich 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.
-S THE 31-
3EGK:rc .Sc OO:iM0PAJN-Y.
WE HAVE ItECEIVED A
Siitin Tsiblo Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Lui CurtnliiN, mampod TIcIIch, Shoo Uurh, 23 to.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc
Wo call particular attention to our fine selection in
Gunon-Mio ClotMi for Gents, Mils I Mm !
Furnishing Goods, TrunkB, Valises,
Hats &. Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Eeckwear,
Latest Style If you want something vnry fine in
Call on us heforc
KTMrs. E. G. Howo's beautiful work
Toyn -Xc XollH,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
111 future, Mrs. E. Small will ho prepared to do
Cutting and Fitting.
TTOIt,r.V SUMtJDlGX, MOIVOIVUIjTJ.
ESriJAHQAINS-tea New Line of -BARGAINS'
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Price than over hefore. New invoice of
NovoItiuM mul FuucyGoodw, In latxr tc Vtwloty.
OODS-a JNEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OP
in Point Lacei on exhibition hera9t
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Hardware Co., Id,