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Mr DAILY BULLETIN I HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 9, 1689.
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B, MONDAY, DEC. 9, 1P89. The next was Shakespearian bur- " :""; V
.San JPrayiciVco, JVbu. 9.1th, per S.
Tim atr oj
Lynu, Massachusetts, the city fa
mous for shoe factories, was visited
on Tuesday, 20th, by the greatest
lire in its history, anil with two ex
ceptions, the conliagration is the
most disastrous that has ever befal
len New England. The fire started
with fury about noon and laged with
fury for over eight hours, devastat
ing' a bquaro mile of the business
section of the city and causing a
loss estimated at 810,000,000. Ros
lon and all the neighboring towns a
sent aid from their lire brigades. '
Tho Item, lice, l'ress, and News
daily newspaper olllccs were burnt.
Three national bank buildings the
Central, Senurity, and First National
went down. . Twelve of the finest
ihoe blocks in the citj' and about
twenly-tivc stores arc in ruins. The
Central Congregational Church was
burned. Over 0,000 persons are de
prived of employment and 200 fami
lies are homeless. Dynamite and
powder wore used at frequent inter
vals to blow up the wooden build
ings, but with little effect. The fire
burned down to the ocean, virtually
exhausting itself, and was not got
under control until 7:.'i0 p. in.
run kki'iulic or umzn..
Tho revolution in Brazil has not
been leversed. A pi ovisional gov
ernment, is organized to protect life,
property, and freedom. Under a
largely extended suffrage the elect
ors will be called on to send rcpre
seutaties to a constituent assembly,
which will frame a constitution on
the model of that of the United
States. In the meantime provincial
assemblies will be dissolved. Dele
gates to the International Amciican
Congress will not be interfered with,
as their work was intended for the
benefit of . the country rather than
that of the dynasty.
Dr. Peters, the Get man African
explorer, is believed to be still alive.
Stanley is heard from again,
matching to the coast after great
hardships. He has made seeral
very important geographical discov
eries. Dr. McGIynn, the deposed piiest,
is still abusing the Tope, lie says
the Pope is a thousand years behind
the age. "What they wanted in
Home was a young Pope, one 83
3'ears of age, who would do some
smashing a Pope w ho thought in
The revolution in Brn7il is caus
ing apprehensions for its moral ef
fect in the Spanish peninsula, espe
cially in Portugal under its young
king. Precautions have been deem
ed necessary against an outbtcak of
icpulilicanism in tho latter country.
Colonel Rathbone of Washington,
founder of the order K. of P., is
lying very ill at Limn, Ohio.
Since the landing of the American
ronsti notion party at Nicaiagua the)'
have laid the foundations ot a city,
to be called America ami furnished
with sanitary equipments, railroad
and telegraph lines, etc.
The Montreal La Palrie, edited
by ex-Mayor Beaugrand, has come
out strongly for the policy of "In
dependence or annexation," as the
platform of the Freneh-Cairulian
G. II. Pendleton, ex-Minister of
the United StatC3 to Germany, died
at Brussels, 21th, aged CI years.
Cubans arc nppiehcnsive that tho
All-American Cougros in Washing
ton eoversiiunexation designs against
Jving Humbert, opening the Ital
ian Parliament, snid that ceilaiu
questions being Htill unsettled, it
was necessary to continue to provide
military and naval protection to
Italian unity and independence.
The residence of Hon. It. P.
Baldwin at Haiku presented a liely
and enchanting appearance on Krj
day night last, the occasion being
the monthly social gien hj' tho
ladies of Makawno church. Tho
spacious grounds with their tropical
and scuii'tiopical vegetation illumin
ed by the soft light of an almost full
moon, the front and sides of the
house hung with parti-colored lan
terns, the large anil spacious rooms
lllled with ladles and gentlemen bent
on making the most of the occasion,
were like a scene in fairy land.
The programme announced that
the evening would be devoted to
Shakespeare. The Urst number was
a piano duet by Mrs. Morrison nnd
Mrs. Crone, which wns very beatiti-'
filly rendered and elicited lounds
The second was an essay on
Shakespeare by the Ucv. T, P. Gu
lick, in which lie gavo a brief his
tory of Oils illustrious poet and
The next was a dialogueQuar
rel sccuo from Julius Ciusar by
HerbertDIckey am Arthur Baldwin.
Both thcie young gentlemen acquit
ted themselves finely, nnd we hopa
to hoar from thorn again in the near
Tho feuith numbor was, "Pic
tures from Shakespeare." They
wcronlueln number, nnd wcie all
Tho next wnB Shakespearian bur
lesque, in which Mrs. Dr. Crane,
Misses bimpson (2) and Miss Beck
with took part. This was well ren
dered nnd caused continual bursts
of laughter to the very end.
The last number was a solo, "I've
been roaming," by Mrs. Gulick,
which wns rendered in this lady's
In connection with the social tho
Ladies' Aid Society held a sale of
fancy articles and all goods not sold
at private sale were auctioned off
after tho exercises were over. Good
prices were realized and every arti
cle was sold. The proceeds fiom
this sale go into the organ fund.
The evening's entertainment as a
There has been an abundance of
rain, nnd every tiling looks giecn
where a few weeks ago it was
The llamakuapoko Mill will slait
up in two or three weeks, or as soon
as the diffusion machinery is leody
for working. This is an American
plant, the only one on the islands
(the one at Kcalia being of German
make), and tho agents for tho ma
chinery on these islands, as well as
the owners of the plant, arc expect
ing big results from it, but more
anon when it is in working order.
The political horizon is ns clear
as a bell, not one little cloud to be
seen anywhere. No one seems to
be interested in the coming elec
tions, and so far as your corre
spondent knows nothiug has been
said or done in this district towards
securing a suitable representation.
llamakuapoko, Dec. 7th.
THE BAND OH KAUAI.
Lihuc has been the scene of much
gaycty in the past week. Energetic
labor in behalf of the Fair stirred
up the souls of many people and
sounds of music thawed out the re
mainder. Owing to the kind fore
thought of His Majesty the King,
the Hawaiian band was sent to
Lihuc to be one of the attractions
at the Fair, and for a long time to
come all events in Lihue will be
dated from "the time the band was
clown," or "just before the band
came," or "just after Berger and
his boys were here."' It is needless
to say how thankful every one ia,
for the privilege of hearing tho
famous band play. A contort was
given in the paik surrounding Hon.
W. II. Rice's residence, on Wed
nesdajr evening, and there wa3 a
large concourse of Americans, Ger
mans, Hawaiians and S. S. Island
ers. The pleasure they all exper
ienced was expressed by heart
cheers at the close of the pro
gramme. On Tlnusday the boys
went to Kealia, ten miles away, and
visited the mill and the store, where
they were well tieated by Mr. Pair
child. Mr. Bice kindly supplied
the musicians with horses and car
riages. On Thursday evenimj, at the sug
gestion of Reverend II. Iscuberg, a
concert was given at the German
church, for the entertainment of the
German inhabitants of the place.
Here the large audience appreciated
the music to the utmost.
On Friday evening Mr. Berger
and his boys made the air resound
with beautiful selections, at the resi
dence of Mr. S. W. Wilcox. Besides
the foreigners, Hawaiians, Chinese
and Japanese showed their love of
music bj tinning out in large num
beis. Satuiday, Fan day, there was
continuous music from two o'clock
until ten p. m , the boys playing
cheerfully every selection that was
called for. Mr. Berger was untiring
in his effoits to accommodate cvciy
oiio's musical taste, and he inspired
his boys with his unflagging energy
through the long hours. Mr. Ber
gei'.s frir-mU ate legion, ' and he
added to their number while here.
Tho band bpys have enjoyed their
visit to Kauai immensely. They sa'
they have newer been treated so well,
and aie unanimous in their praise
of the boundless hospitality shown
them by the. Hon. W. H. Bice. This
gentleman lilted up the loft abovo
lifs huge stables, as a dormitory.
The lloor was thickly strewn with tico
straw, and covcied with a tarpaulin
malting a very good bed. A tierce
of poi, bags of salt lish, and a large
flipply of fiesh beef satisfied the
inner man. Nor were tho men over
worked. In fact it was a holiday
for them, as they did no playing at
day time, except on Saturday. They
say they will long remember their,
vtit to Lihuc.
The fuir was a big success in
every respect, nnil a largo amount
of money will be realued, It will
go towards Sunday uchool work and
purchasing Christmas presents for
the lepers. Vi.mrAS.
A N Km rootle, Trustworthy
XX collector mm to make
generally useful In the otlke. Addrcbs,
matin;' lust pliico anil terms ile-sireil tn
"P. (). llnx .!!." 42J If
BV ii Portuguese a situation as a
driver or gardener iu a family,
where lie cm do ull kinds of work and
be generally lueful. Best of reference.
For further imitlculBrs applv to
M. S. PEKItY,
42S at "Perry Block."
At tha "DuiloU Uouee," Itlnc sirctt, 1
will sell nt Public Auction,
Household -:- Furniture
B. Wr Marble-top Bedroom Sei,
Marb'c-top Center Table,
Ijtiree Center & Sofn Hugs,
1 Upright PBA&O,
Viilnied Btdroom Stt.
Single Bedsteads & Mattrasses,
Dlutng room Tabic & ClmiM,
Crockery & Glassware,
Uncle Hnin Improved l$nnj;e,
Pott Kerns, Etc., Etc,
.IAS. P. MOllGAN,
42T 3t Auctioneer.
Book & Stationery Store.
Headquarters Santa Clntu!
-THJC TISEST LINK OF-
Kor imported into the oil.
Kay We sell all Goods nt au hones
orotlt nud have no need to nie wj
inyining in onitr to induce iminc
Books Full of Pictures!
For the Little One'.
Books of Ailvenluro & History !
For Our Uoja
Books Full of Interest !
For Our Oirle
In the Ln'cst Stjles und Ilirli DeMn
to sull uvcrybody.
Cuaim Pencil Cases. &c, &c.
A FI.Nn DISW.A1 OV
BICYCLES & VELOCIPEDES.
a vr.vr hxniA fi.nf
Bagatelle Boards !
"Wagona at Prices !
Nuer before offered in Honolulu
HSr Come early nnd select your pre
4cuts and yon will not regret n.
t&r Open Every Evening. -&
Titos. G. TDRUaf,
U2 lw Proprietor
ASUMI-AXNUAL meeting of the
hoard of Trustees of the Queen'n
Hospilul will be held on TIIUHSDAY,
tins lih December, 18S9, ut thu ioom
of the Chamber of Commerce, ut 10
o'clock a. v.. Amendment to the By
lawp. Per oider.
F. A. SOHAEFEK,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, ISjO. -102 id
Assigiu'o'.s Notice to Cre
ditors. THE undersigned, assignee In bank,
ruptcy ot the estate of Monzlea
Dickson, of Honolulu, Oaliu, hereby
KiVPB notice to all the creditors who
hao proved tlicir claims ugulnst the
said bankrupt cttutc, thai he has sub
mitted to thti Hon. Justice Preston his
llnal ticcouut with taid estate, and lias
tiled the nrcount in tho ollko of thu
Oli! k of the Supreme Court, prepara.
lory to tho payment to creditors of a
first and final dividend. And that on
MONDAY, December 10. 18-M, nt 10
o'clock a. t., ho will apply lo suld Jus.
lice foi n settlement of his accounts in
Btich as'ilguee, ami for u dUclmrjji! fidm
his liability under paid trust.
JOHN H. PATY,
Assi;nre of the Bankrupt Estate of
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1F8A. 117 41 law
ftUUJk A FURNISH ! Collage
fiixzirim on ttinma Urcet nd.
fiySSUfca joining Mrs. I.oo's rceldcnrr.
Apply on premise?, oi lo
W. P. T.OVE,
At Pncillc Umilwiiid ('o.'Hj,toii
ROOMS Furnished or lTn
lurnishid. nt No. 5
Emilia street. Xo children.
House & Lot For Sale
IAVILL sell or lease my
Uwcllluc Houbis mid Lot
in icnsonablo terms. For fur.
titer particulars annlv to
At Wulerhouso's Quccn-st. More.
Kalihl W'acna, Deo 3, 1B80. 41U lni
IIouho & Lot Foi Sale
LOT und Cottage situated
mauka of St. Louis Col.
lego, Also, 1 hack, harness
nud 2 horetn. For particulars apply to
418 3w ' SAMUEL ICANOE,
CREDIT -:- SALE
ON LIBERAL TERMS !
I iun Inttructetl l.y Mrtsna TI1EO. n.
DAV1ES& Co lo fell at Public Auc
lion nt my Salerooms, corner of Fort
and Queen alreuts,
On WEDNESDAY, Doc. 11,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A llni" assortment of New and Desirable
GooiR ex ncent -niUals, con.
sisling in pa.'t as follows:
Twcrd, Cnsvlmcrrf. Dlngotm't,
Short Lciii'Hih of Fine Goo Is for
h-uk", Etc., Elr.
A choice lot ol ii'sortcd
ShAuls, Blankctn, Merino',
bitwns, lint', Undeiwcar.
Neckties, Iloi'cry, Fliuntlt,
'I owels, Elr., Etc.
& 1 O O Ml Tt I JE S
Caudles, SirdlscF, Mustard,
.o.ip, Hair 0.1, Etc., Etc.
.Sauce Pant, Fry I'.ms, Kettles,
Tin Ware, Etc. Etc.
And numerous other Goods appertaining
lo the tt de.
CsSf The above an- all Choice Trcsh
Goods lunniifaciuicil cprcsly lor this
market lo which tho Auctioned ciIIb
special ittcnlinn to the trade
LEWTS J. liEVEY,
420 Ot . . Auctioneer.
THE HOLSTEIN BULL
Will serve cows for tho ncl three
months. Price, $!i lo in ureal
4'J2 Im Eing streit
BASEBALL SHOES RUBBER
LADIES' "HONEST" SI10I?S,
Untrimined Hats !
Ladies', Mittej' and Children'
8i!k, 75c to $1 00.
Boys' Caps Hew Stylss - School Hats
MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS, Linn.
dried and CiilaundrM.
and a at led u'sortmcut of
XMAS G00DS !
55 & 57 Hotel Street.
W. G. FISCHER'S
Fan ousOraid ActUe X Ooh e i
Broiler and Hot Water Attachments !
Consuming onc.thinl LESS FUEL than
any other Move Iu existence,
either wood or coal
No Brick Work About III
Jutt a Cloan Cut Steve!
Wl oie P.al.lng qualities nrc uiiEur.
Reversible Grates 1
TliisGruto ia of a tiiangular form,
having three surfaces which are revcrM
bio, ho Ih'it a separate top surfaco can bo
used on alternate days; or if the onu sur
faco iu course of use shows any wriir
then tho other can he turned up, and bo
on the other, making it equal iu dura
bility to thrco distinct Orator.
l'Oll BALE BY Till!
Hawaiian flMware Co.,
Fort Street, Ilonolulu,
410 tf Opposite Bprcckols' Bank.
Tr Iditlinirn now fnrm nt lnnii-!infn whlrh nrnlilpR. in Hie CPllt of doatll. for
illlion totlioninountof-tliopolloj-, or.
ictttiti nil the premiums paid with iutctc
inny, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINi
lieu thereof the amount of policy mid
Remember, this contract b issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company In the United States, nnd the Lar
gest Financial Inslitutlon.in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred nnd Twenty-Sis Millions of Dollars.
B2T For full particulars call on or
W I F
KS Mew Goods "&3L Mew Goods SS
JUST OPENED A LARGE STOCK
Great Bargains !
10 pes of New Dress Good?, slrtpcd
and checked at 12c.
An elegant line of New Einbroidued
A full lino of new patterns in Whito
.lust received a full assortment of
Ginghams, Seeisuckers, und other
new wntli materials.
A large assortment ol French Flan
nels. Niins Veilings in all 'desirable sludrs.
Black Brocaded Silk, heavy, at $1.60
Small Silks, at low price".
A fine line of Fancy Surnhs and
Sntinu and Sateens iu new design.
Gloves ! Gloyes!
Have you seen our fi-button Kid
Gloves, at $1.50 a pair?
A full line of Silk Gloves and Mitts.
Ginger Ale, Hap Ala Greaaie, Rasntajaile, Sarsaprilla,
INSRAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
tar AM communications
flate Railway & La&Q Go's
Trains will linve Ilonolulu over the
Oaliu Itnljrn id & Land Co, in follos:
1 ham: nosoi.i'i.u
6:00 a. si.
11:00 a. si.
U:00 !. si.
AltltlVi: II LAW A
.. 8:tn a. si.
ll:4r a. si.
:i;45 1-. SI.
0:30 A si.
12:30 I-. si.
4:15 1-. si.
A llltlVi: HONOLULU
iO:1G a. st.
l:ir. v. st.
C:00 l'. si.
- (SUNDAY TRAINS:
0:30 A. SI.
12:30 V. SI.
3:00 v. st.
10:15 a. si.
1:15 r, si.
'1:15 i. st.
11:00 A si,
1:15 i. si.
'lilO r. w.
11 US A. SI.
2:80 r. si.
0:00 l", si,
1 "ftaHia Si'vCSggaaR.V JSS?iStrL:
OF IV iCW YORK
sltottkl tin- Insured survive n gion
OF NEW NOVELTIES IN DRY and
THE COMING! feEASON.
300 doz, Handkerchiefs !
The largest assortment and lowest
New novelties in Handkerchiefs, suit
able for presents.
Received a full line of all colors and
shades, of Plain nnd Fancy Ribbons.
New novelties in Ribbons.
Shawls 1 Shawls!
A large and fine assortment of all
kinds of New Nooltics.
Handsomo Heavy Silk Shawls in
black und cream.
Ramie Shawls, Ramie Shawls.
Shoulder Scaifs, BeiUn-Shotland
Just received u full lino of
.should tin-injured survive ii glen nuinoer. oi years, me company win
icsl : or, instead of nceeptlnp the policy nnd profits in cash the lec.il holder
CATION and WiTHOU'l FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, tako in
uoQts in FULLY PAID UP insurance, patticipnlltig anuuully in dividend.
and ordorw should bo addrewsed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
JE. R. IlKNnnr, President & Manager. John Ena, Vice-President.
GouFitKY ItnowN, Secretary tffcTieasuier. Cecil Bkown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sprcckeln Itniik, : Fort Street, Honolulu;
jrPORTKRS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, Klectoliers, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils fe VarnishcB, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Muehino-loadcd Cartridges, Cliambprlain's Patont;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Word, Table & Pocket Ciitlory,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agiicultural Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVBRY DESCRIPTION !
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe fc Bolt Cutting,
Manila A. Sisal Rope, Rubbor Hose,
Wire Bound Rubber Hose, Hpiucter-gripj
Bprinhlers & Sprinkler Stands,
Union Motallio Cartiidgo Co,,
Ilartman's Steel Wiro Fonco & Steel Wiro Mats,
"New Proeoss" Rope,
Win. O. Fisher's Wrought Stoel Ranges, Neal's Carriage Paints,
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
HOV-20-8H Hart's Tatent "Duplex" Dip Stoeku.
ft rPlliril Of nil mTnllUITlS tialtl 111 ft(-
titunticrpf years, Hie Company will
Agent for the Ilnwaiintt Islands.
FANCY GOODS SUITABLE FOR
Flouncings in Swiss and Oriental
A large lino of Veilings in plum and
Christmas : Goods
Of every description.
86?" TOYS! TOYS! -a
Will be closed out at a great reduc
tion. A full line of Ladies', Gents' and
Travcling Trunks &. Values.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Boy's Jersey Suits,
Ladios' Muslin Underwear.
An immense stock received.
Prices very lew.