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DALLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, LI. I., DECEMBER 11, 1889.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1889.
Bk Amy Turner 130 ilnys from Boston
st inr MoknIH from Molokni
8 H City of Klo do .Tnnelio, Ward, 7Ji
days from San Franelsco
Ilk C O Whltmoro fioin l'oi t Tow n-umd
Kohr Muiy for Ilaualei
, SSCIty'ofKlo do .Janeiro for Hong
kong and Yokohama at it ii m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Relir Knwallani for Koolau
Boln' Millo Morris for Koohiu
Slinr Mokolll for Latial and Kaunakakal
direct at 5 p m
From wlndwtird noils nor stair
Hall Deo 10 Ills Mniestv tho Klne. H
II Princess Poomtili'claui,
Jr. K A .tones, Major W II
Uapt.l Koss, U H Tlcninn,
J Costn. C
Mcinecko and wlf. Mrs It Lisliuuin. Air
Hudson, Ii D Spencer, .1 Kncu, A .1
Ivors, A Bucholtz, wife, and child, Hey
S R Davis, lion A Rosa, U E Warren,
It K Nnlpo, Al Gouveirn. A Xakamurn,
Airs A Klloaplll, Mis W F Kay and
child, MisGllerbett, Hon .7 W Kalua.
WS Savldge, Mis T W Everett, Mis
1'edngo, Miss H Broin, Miss II Low,
Sam l'arkcr, Jr, 13 Parker, Mis U Nor
i lo, a others and 03 deck
For Kauai per stmr Mlkalmla, Deo 10
MdmoA V do Aincrling, Mis 1 P
Kanoa, Hon G If Wilcox, G Sllva and
Kroni San FraneUen per hktnc Dis
covery, Dee 10 I. M Ebling,
Arrivals at Pan Francisco Nov 27,
brig G II Douglas 20 davs from Hono
lulu; 29th, S S Australia 7 days from
Honolulu; Dec 1, sohr Anna 23 days
from Kaliului; 2d bk Forest Queen li)
davs from Honolulu. ,
The burkcutino Amelia sailed from
Port Townsend Dec 2 for Honolulu.
'J he bktne 8 X Castle Is off the Mn
The stmr Mokolli bi ought 840 bags
sugar from Molokni. Shu leaves to
morrow for Kaunakakal and Lanal dl
lect. Tho bktno.Dlscovcry came in yester
day evening 12 days f i om San Fran
cisco with merchandise valued at $13,
083, including 207 ctls barlev, 700 bbls
Hour, 42'J bis hay. 00 etls corn, 540 ks
middlings, 2750 sksbi an, 100 bbls bot
tled beer, 1400 lbs tobacco, and 350 bbls
Tho stmr W G Hall brought yesterday
fiOOl bags sugar, 30 bags awa, 274 bags
(ffce, 2 head cattle, and 137 packages
The I'HSS Kio de .lanciio, Captain
Win Ward, anived at 1 o'clock this
morning, ij days fioin San Francisco,
having left that port on Dec 3rd at 3 :t0
p in. She brought 1 Chinese passenger
for this port and several European and
Chinese passengers in transit. 201 Chi
nese passengers will lake -passage from
hcio for Hongkong.
HYMAN At 1720 Washington street,
San Francisco, Nov. 30th, Hose, be
loved wife of Hyman W. Hymnn,
aged 9 years, 5 months and 9 days.
C Honolulu Rifles
Oahti Lodge No.
Mystic Lodge No
1, K. of P., a
2, K. of P
Service at St. Andrew's
Service at Central Union Church,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
Br J. P. MORGAN.
At 10 a. rn. at the Dudoit House,
King street, a large quantity of
household furniture, pots of ferns,
ERUPTION ON MAUNA LOA.
By the steamer W. G. Hall which
arrived yestorday, Mr. T. G. Thrum
received the following letter dated
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii, December
Tho news of Kau is the strong
winds without rain. On tho after
noon of tho Sth inst. evidences of
volcanic activity was seen near the
8immit of Mnuna Loa at Pohaku
Haualei. The line of the flow is
seen from here, but cannot tell
whether it is running towards Ililo,
Jtona or Kau.
Pohaku llanalei is where the flow
of 1887 first broke out, and Rev.
15. P. Baker noticed tho place when
ho went up there. Tho Kinati which
is due on Saturday morning will
probably bring later news.
Heavy trade winds have beet,
blowing for a week and Falmla is in
a cloud of tlust, if not exactly pray
ing for rain wo are very anxiously
hoping for it. Wo have had none
since Ifov. 2d.
' flfr. Fuller is havjng wotk dpnp
qn, a now spring, which ho expects
will add, cqrtsklprably to the volume
of water in one of the ilumoa.
Alexander Lindsay, assistant
Bchool teacher at Palmla, was fined
820 and costs of court at Punaluu
on 3rd Inst., for brutally whipping
a little six-year old nativo girl at
the school on Nov, 2Gth. The pun
ishment inflicted on the child was
most severe and brutal. The atten
tion of the Board of Education has
boen called to the matter.
Palmla, Kau, Deo. 7th.
An amusing incident occurtcd last
evening at tho corner of Borotanin
and Emma streets. Ono of tho cais
had got oil" tho track and tho driver
wait fumbling all around in tho mud
and wateFto find tho rail.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
ItnADtNfi matter on fnttith jingo.
Tiik Ladies' AUar Society meets
to-monow, afternoon at, 3 o'clock.
His Majesty tho King letuined
from Hawaii yestordny, on tho V. 0.
Tltr.iti: is a prosjicet ef n lioom in
marriages tho iiiwt two or llnec
Tin: Oakland-; have won tho chum
pionship of tho California baseball
Tin: Chinese fancy fair will take
placo to-monow as announced, mill
Tin: S. S. Austialin i due on' Fri
day fioin San Finm-isro with Ihreo
days later now.
Tin: purser of tho llio de Janoiio
has our thanks for a file of late San
Mit. r. A. Dias advertises it power
of attorney dining his absence lo
Mr. J. M. O.orio.
Tin: barkentiue Discovery biouglit
.$00,000 in gold coin yestciday for
Messrs. llibhop & Co.
Tub b:ikcnline Planter Innugbt
two thousand Mexican dollaisfm Mr.
Gregg of Fanning's Island.
Tun Y. M. C. A. hoys will meet in
the Association pallors, at thieo
o'clock to-morrow nftomoon.
Dn. St. D. G. Wallets of Kauai,
was registeicd nt tho Palace Hotel,
San Francisco, Dccembei let.
IIottomhy to the amount of $3,000
is wanted for repairs and outfit loan
able the bark Matilda to proceed to
Mametoa is in town. It is not the
king, but a Snmoan of that name
who baa shipped as a seatnan on the
Tiii:ki: was a good nt tendance nt
the credit sale by Mr. Levey lo-day.
It will bo continued nt 10 o'clock to
The S. S. City of llio de Janeiro
brought forty bags of mail for tho
Post Office, including fivo bags for
thu Farccls post.
Major Cornwall reports the cane
on Maui as looking in Bplcndid con
dition. There had been plenty of
rain on the island.
Thkre is a slight rise in tho price
of sugar since last advices, i)G test
being quoted December 2d at C and
G cents, in New York.
Hon. J. S. Walker; agent of the
Royal Fire and Life Insuiancc Co.,
is distributing very handsome pamph
lets and calendars for 1890.
H. B. M. S. Caroline armed at
Hongkong November 4tb fiom Ho
nolulu. She will shortly bo rccom
missioucd for the China and Japan
ii m m .. i . 1 1
A HKMI-ANNUAI. meeting of tllO
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will bo held at 10 o'clock to-motrow
morning nt the Chamber of Coin
Tun red diit UBcd by the Tinm
ways Company in repairing theirline
on Fort street, looks disagreeably had
during tho rainy weather. Its use
should be discontinued.
You will find a large and varied
assortment of fancy articles at the
Chinese fair at St. Andrew's Cathc
dial grounds to-morrow. Tho fair
will be open fioin 2 to 10 p. in.
Cuu On, tho Chinaman who tried
to liro Mr. Poor's residence, was
charged in tbe Police Court this
morning with malicious injury and
mischief and remanded.
Tun Road Supervisor nnd a gang
of priboners wero meandering up and
down Foil street this morning with
brooms and shovels, trying to put
tho street in good order but they did
not accomplish anything to speak-of.
By the Rio do Janeiro news was
reeoived of the death of Mrs. II. V.
Hyman, wifo of tho senior partner of
llio firm of Hyman Bioh. Tho firm's
store in this city was closed to-day
out of respect to her memory.
Mk. John M. Wliinton, who spoilt
some weeks bore a few months ago
for health, died in Southern Cali
fornia, Nov. 28th, of hemorrhage.
Ho was formerly well Known as a
businebs man in Chicago and Mon
treal. Amono other holiday attractions,
Howard Hitchcock opens his studio,
98 Hotel etreot, Friday and Saturday
from 9 a, in. to 12 in. He has a num
ber of inteicsting studies of island
sccneiy on canvas. It will bo wort(i
the while to drop in and examine his
Tiik S. F. Examiner of November
29th says; W. T. Monsarrat, a pro
minent young Hawaiian, has ie
turned to tho oity from a visit to his
futbor's home, Loxington, Ky. Mr.
Monsarrat is the youngest and tallest
of a family of hcven, all of whom are
over six feet in height. Ho measures
six feet four inches in his stockings.
The Third Congregational Church
in this city, Fifteenth street, between
Mission and Valencia, bus just com
pleted extensive improvements in ha
house of worship at a cost of about
f 1000, In addition, a libeial member
of tho congregation, though not of
tho church, niado
oll'ering of beautii
tiful colored glass
which weio a delightful
surpriso to tho people loy. .. A.
Criizan is tho popular pnutor, Sun
SUPREME COURT 1H BANCO.
Wj.dsksiut, Dec. 11th.
nuroiiR Tin: vvu. cociit.
Jolm Cook, trustee of Annn Cay
ford, vs. David Dayton, assignee in
bankruptcy of Richard Cayford.
Assumpsit. Appeal by defendant
from Police Court, Honolulu. Ar
gued ami submitted. W. O. Smith
for plaintiff, A. Rosa for defendant,
Tlio other cases on the calendar
were continued to the nest banco
The fancy fair at HI. Andrew's
Cathedral to-morrow (Thutsday),"
for tho purpose of raising funds for
a new church for tho Chinese con
gregation, promises to bo a very at
tractive affair. A largo assortment
of fancy articles will be on sale, in
cluding Chinese curiosities. Re
freshments will be piovidcd and the
grounds arc to bo illuminated in the
evening. The Hawaiian band will
be in attendance. The schoolroom
will be laid out to repiescnl a Chi
nese street ami tho following ladies
preside at thu stalls: No. 1, Airs. A.
Mackintosh and Mis. Apio; 2, .Sis
ters of St. Andrew's Priory ; ,'), Miss
Lamb and Miss Grace Robot Ison; H,
Mrs. S. II. Dowsett and Mrs. M. 1).
Monsarrat; ."), Mrs. Wodchotise and
Miss von I loll; G, Miss Dot a Dow
sett and Mis3 Severance ; 7, Chinese
candy table, Mrs. Ahttng; 8, Ha
woiian tabic, Miss Peabody and Miss
Grace Cahoolii ; Flower table, Sirs.
P. Jones, Misses Wodchotise, Ward
(2), Afong (il) and Coney; Lemon
ade, Mrs. C. N. Spencer; Tea and
coffee, Mrs. Gillillan ; Ice cream,
Mrs. D. P. Kellet. The admission
to the grounds will bo twenty-live
SWEETS of the Sen.
eon 1 Choice Kancy
and Plain Candid of all
kinds, Extra Pino Mince
Pics, Finest Ice Cream
and Cakes, Christmas
fresh (.very day ivt the
M THOMPSON, Counsellor.Ele ,
give the law and authorities in
writing, applicable to questions of law
and facts submitted to him, and shows
how, if possible, satisfaction might lia
obtained without reort to law, anil alo
Indicates the piobable lesult of legal
proceedings, If ipsortcd to.
Ollleo corner King and Jtctliel stiecK
Honolulu, II. I 4LM :it
Wanted on Bottomry $0,000 !
ON tho hull, spais, sails,
rigging and outward
fteighl of the Hark "Ma
tiloa," of Sim Francisco,
Cal , of the bunlcu of S10 tons register,
whereof Edward Howard is master, for
repairs and outfits to enable the said
vessel to proceed to sea. IVoposols for
tho advance of tho above sum will be
received at the office of the United
States Consul fUc-Genernl nt Honolulu
until 12 o'clock noon, Dcembnr 14,
18t9 EDWARD HOWARD,
Honolulu, Dec 11, 180 42B Ft
NOTE for ?100 drawn on Messrs.
Scbacfer & Co, Honolulu, in
favor of iih Sinic. Payment liss been
stopped. Return to
H. T. BRODEIUCIC,
423 31 llouokau, Hawaii
FRANK B. AUERUACH 1ms
this day been udmittid a partner
n our linn.
J. E. BROWN & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1889. 423 lm
ALABQR AGENCY for supplying
plantations with laborers and
other?Vvith servants, has this dny been
opened at the ollleo of J. E. Brown &
Co., Merchnut street. Bell Tele. 172,
P. O. Box 4S1). Addicss care of J E.
Brown & Co. N B. Japanese Labor a
specialty. . II 11IRATA,
423 lm Manager.
DURING my temporary absence from
thu Kingdom, Air. J. A..M. Ozorlo,
manager of Messrs. M. A. Gonsnlvts&
Cn , Hotel 6treel, will act for me In all
business matters under full power of
attorney. P. A. DIAS.
Honolulu, Dec, in, 1880. 4j 3t
Notice of Revocation of
Power of Attorney.
"VTOTIOE Is hereby given that I have
LN Tuvokcd, cancelled and mi mil led
the power of attorney given to .Inlin I
Colburn and dated April IB. 18SD
LILIA K. PIIKOI.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, tb9. 421 4t
Prof. G. SAUVLET,
MHO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS,
Residence; No. ID'S Nuuanu Avenue.
Mutual Telephone No, GDI). nor.S0 -3m
R8. MONROE, Indies' nurse, has
removed to No. U, ICitkni lane.
HAVINO bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in tho "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Fort btreet, I am
prepared to continue the above business
under tha old name of Honolulu Car
riage Mauufactoty, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the patronage of my old friends and the
public in general, nnd with my thorough
knowledge of thu btifaincss and with ex.
nerienccd workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis,
faction. Pleuse call and bee me before
Honolulu, Orl, SH, IKSiij Mil if
Aaction Sale's by James F. Morgan.
THURSDAY, Deo. 12,
AT H) O'CLOCK. A. 3( ,
At Hie "Dudolt 'House," Kins street, I
will hell at Pub ic Auction,
B. W. Marble-lop Bedroom Set,
Marb'c top Center Table,
LntLU Center & Sofa Hugs,
1 Upright PSAMO,
Painted Bedroom Set,
Single Bedsteads & Mattrasses,
Diuhig'-miim Table & Cliali,
Crockery & Glassware,
Uncle Hum Improved Utilise,
Pots Kerns, Etc., Etc.,
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
A SMALL INVOICE
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
NOW that tho rainy seas in is upon
us, everybody wnnls ft door mat
that will be nn ornament at the ft out
door, nnd will thoroughly do the work
required of it. The
Ilartman Steel Wiw Mat!
Is just llio thing. Tt cannot Vecotno
snaked by tain, as Is thu esse with tibor
mat", and it always keens clean. IJe'tng
made of Galvanized Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of tho wire mats now in
use. They are far superior to and far
more durable than liber or rubber. Can
bo had of Steel Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s lVink,
42ttf Port street, Honolulu.
.1. K. llltOWN.
I'. 11 AUEUI1ACII.
Have removed from their old stand, 23
Mtrchuut street, to moie conve-
nicnt premises in t lie
"OLD HONOLULU HALE,"
On the Wnikiki side of the Post Ollleo,
Merchant street, wheic they will .still
carry on their old business of
Conveyancers & General Agents
REAL ESTATE FACTORS &
ISF- As n new departure in collecting,
weekly returns will invariably be made.
NEW ZEALAND MULLET !
A few cbcs of
4 dozen cases,
still on hand,
of the favorite
this celebrated fish, in
of tills season's catch,
Also, a email quantity
(for Hat Making), on sale. 421 !
AN Encrcetlc, Trustworthy Man as
collector and to make himself
generally useful In the olllre. Address,
stating last place and terms desired to
"P. O. Box 409." 42.1 tf
BY a Portuguese a situation as a
driver or gardoncr in a family,
where ho can do all kinds of work and
bo generally, useful. Best of references.
For furlhttt- particulars npplv to
M. S. PERRY,
422 01 "Perry Block"
pOOS Furnished orUn.
X furnished, at No, S3
Emma street. No children,
on Emma turret ml.
joining Mrs. Love's lesidcncc.
Apply on premises, or to
W. F. LOVE,
At Pacific Hardware Co.'s store.
Houho & Lot For Sale
I WILL sell or leise my
Dwelling Ilntno and Lot
at icaapuable terms. For fur.
thcr particulars annlv to
' RAYMOND REYES,
At Watcrhouso's Queen-et. store.
Kidihi Wacna, Deo a, 18SD. 411) lm
IIomho & IiOt For Sale
A LOT and Cottage situated
inauka of Bi bonis Col
lege. Also, 1 hack, harness
and 3 horses. For particulars apply to
Ex "S. S.
Novoabor 25, 1889.
At the Double Stores of tho
Hawaiian News Go.
5 A '7 atrrrhntit MI.
Our Holiday Slock of Novelties
("o.uprlsu the largest anil cbolcist
ART -:- GOODS
fly "Prnng," of Boston; and It. Tuck ii
Soih, of Loudon; ever before
houn in Honolulu.
Xiuns Curd by tho Million,
Prom 5 cts to $5.
Books & Booklets,
For old and young. Many olher
Goo Is imposslblu to ctitunernle.
t&" Call early and get Ilrstcliolcti.
The Hawaiian News Co.'y
.1. T. WATKItllOUMI
Has jtnU opened out a large assortment
of Goods suitable tor the
JEffoliday -:- Trade
.HAND PAINTED NOVELTIES,
. WALKING, TALKING,
Yes and "No Dolls !
And Dolls of every other dcs.
New Games, Footballs,
And other kinds of Bnlls.
Doll Catrlages, Hocking Horses,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Toys for the Million
NEW STYLES IN
DItY nnd FANCY
Will icturn by the "Australia" next
trip, with the
Finest Assortment of Jewelry,
Ever seen in Honolulu, including the
latest patterns nnd designs In
RUBIES, ETC.,, ETC.
From Germany, France, Enginnd and
RESERVE -:- YOUR
you examine his stock,
well known skill in
Enables him to suit any fnney in orders
for special work. 400 tf
Siitiii for- Holiday Gitls
I havo just received from the manufac
Hirers in Ireland a large unit nsmrted
shipment of Irish Linens of nil kinds.
Consisting of -
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and beautiful patterns with
Napkins to match, from tho cheapest
to the best qualities manufactured.
In all styles and prices guaranteed,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all styles and qualities.
Of all makes and pntterns, the tlnesl
selection ever Imported. Abo,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c &c
Abo, n few very choice
CABINET : PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Manufactured by Marcus Ward it
403 tf W.C.SPKODIX.
IOt POUT HTltKUT.
Ovpicr. Houits; 0 a. m, to 13 m, and 7
v. m, to 10 1'. M.
Mutual G0B-X&ATELEP)i0NESrBell 476
Olllcu Hours at Rohello Lane, PiiIhiimi;
1 l'. u, lo ,1 f. M, 4111 tt'
I TRADE J
New Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATER
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From the Ni:w Youk Timk, .Tunc 12, 188!.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted , a jnew form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise lo pay without condi
tions on the back.
fProm tho GiiiCAtio IsvKSTiovroii.
Always on the alert, ami ever anxioti3 to give the publics the most
advantageous contract in life insurance, lite Equitable Life Asiuranco So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater dogrce
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at nil surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance
From the Kentucky Ruoistkii, Richmond, Ky., Juno lJ3, I8S'J.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in ihc past, done more to
crcato and maintain confidence in lifo assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically swoops every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Kquitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
"From Ihc Hostox Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
I. From the Pacific Undkkwkitku, San Francisco, July 1, 1830.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to onhanoe its
roputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with Uie subject
of life assurance.
t For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
WKDDING unci HOLIDAY PXllSSIDNTH.
Pacific Hardware Go., Id,
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Manager & Secretary.
gfiF" These Goods have just been
and are being opened and placed on
as rapidly as possible.
Molnci'iiy JUloolc. No. 77 lort sft'ect.
Frencli, Bull aid American Dry and Faacy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Ms, Diamond Bye Btt Hose in lied k Plain.
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Young Men's Black French Diagonal Suits I
Boys' Fino Light Weight Cassimerc Suits!
Gent's Fine Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear!
All tho nbovo Goods aro
will be sold at VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
The Lending Millinery Hotiso, Cornor Fort & Hotel st.
LARGEST ! ASSORTMENT
Black Spanish Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Chantilly Laco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream & White Oriental Flouncing; from 60ets yard upward.
Extra Heavy (now stylo) Oriental Flouncing, from .f 1.25 yuiil ttpwuid.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assortment of all shades of Cashmere, Moiree, Satin Sr Gtoa
Grain Itibbon. Velvet Hugs in all sizes just tcceived.
Best variety in Cambric, Swiss & Nainsook Embroideries at
33. 3B 3E3Hl3L.1SK.JS &; CO.
tJW Dressmaking Dopurtincnt under the management of M1RB
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN OK ACE,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT 1JI.OOD
SARSAPARILLA and IRON WATER,
AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE
Mutual Telephono 330 tsa
Island onion promptly attended to. nnv-8-8!) dm
- THE - PRESS
received from America and Europe",
exhibition in the Upstairs Art Room,
BROWN and GREY
NEW GOODS nnd NEW DESIGNS, and
- o tSr Boll Telephone 29B
3bjSlmsMiiL 'h' liM'&fJ
' -$A. iftjxi&ate.