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JDAtLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, It. I., bEClsJMBiai 13, 1880.
JT XI 03
Vrrfcn (J neither Sect nor Pitrty,
Jut estnblithrJ for the benefit of oil.
FRIDAY, DISC. 10, 1W.
THE FANCY FAIR.
The Chinese fancy fair nt St. An
drew's Cathedral Sunday school
room yesterday afternoon and eve
ning, notwithstanding the inclement
weather, was a decided success, and
the Kev. II. II. Gowcn, who had
charge of jt and worked very hard,
U to bo congratulated upon the re
sult. The schoolroom was beauti
fully decorated, and the stalls were
arranged so as to form a Chinese
street. In the evening when the
building was illuminated with color
ed lanterns the effect was very
pretty. The Hawaiian baud occu
pied a position on the Veranda of
St. Andrew's Priory adjoining, and
played during the afternoon and
t.'vening. A large nunber of fancy
atticles were on sale, and the
candy, (lower and refreshment
stands did good business. Follow
ing is the amount taken in at the
different stalls: No. 1, Mrs. Mack
intosh 8-17.20 ; No. 2, Sisters of St.
Andrew's Priory, S171.-10 ; 0, Misses
Lamb and Grace Robertson, $05.05 ;
4, Mrs. S. II. Dowsctt, 8100.85; 5,
Mrs. Wodchousc", S'10.10 ; C, Misses
D. Dowsctt and Severance, $101.05 ;
7, Mrs. Colbutn, S04.25 ; ilowcr ta
ble, 8-12.25; refreshments, $00;
candy table, $37.20 ; Hawaiian ta
ble, 877.75 ; weighing machine,
S2. 10; sundries, $35.75; money
taken at door, $23.50 ; admission
tickets sold, $200. Grand total,
S 1094.75. The expenses are not
THE AMY TURNER.
The American bark Amy Turner,
Capt. Johnson, left Boston July
3 1st, at noon. The first fifteen days
out had moderate to light winds
from S. S. E. to S.. W. and line
weather. Took the N. E. trades
Aug. 15th in lat. 00OON. long
41 W., had them moderate with
fine weather. Lost them Aug. 23d
in lat. 11 N.loug. 32A W. Took
S. E. trades Aug. 30th in lat. 4
N. long. 25 00 W. Crossed the
equator Sept. 2d, in long. 29 00
W. Had the S. E. trades fresh with
pleasant weather throughout. Lost
them September 9th, in latidute
21 South longitude 08 00 W.
Afterwards had variable winds and
weather. Oct. 1, crossed the paral
lel of 50 dcg. S. in the Atlantic.
Oct. 3, passed cast end of Staten
Island. Oct. 9, passed the meri
diau of Cape Horn in lat. 58 dcg.
S. Were 22 days from Cape St.
John to 50 deg. S. 80 deg. W. in
the Pacific with an almost constant
succession of head gales and high
seas. Were forced to CO deg. S.
latitude by N. W. gales. Were
fifteen days S. of Cape Horn.
Nov. 4th took S. E trades in lat.
02 deg. S., long. 85 deg. W. ; had
them light fo moderate with pleas
ant weather. Nov. 24th crossed
the equator in long. 120 dcg. W.
Dec. 2d, lat. 14 N., long. 129 W.,
took the N. E. trades, which car
ried us to port. At daylight Dec.
30th made E. Maui bcaiing S.S.W.
Had the N. E. fresh and bafiling
with plenty of rain. The Amy
Turner brought a cargo of general
merchandise and 15,000 cases of
kerosene oil consigned to Messrs. C.
Brewer & Co. She will dock at
Brewer's wharf to discharge her
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The Oceanic Company's steairlship
Australia arrived shortly before noon
from San Francisco with thirty-five
cabin and sixty-one steerage passen
gers, and 1554 tons of general mer
chandise. She left San Fiancisco
Friday, December Ctli, at noon, first
three days out experienced light to
moderate northerly winds, smooth
sea and fine weather, last four days
heavy trades with rough sea and
heavy swell. The Australia returns
to San Francisco Friday, December
20lh, at noon.
WILL OF THOMAS R. FOSTER.
An exemplified copy of the will of
Thomas II, Foster, who died in this
city on the 20th of last August,
sent from the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Islands, has been filed in
the Piobate Department of this city.
Testator's wife Alary and L. A.
Thin ston are appointed executors,
who are to devote the income of
81,000 to the keeping of the public
cemetery nt Mnkilci, Honolulu. The
remainder of his property testator
bequeaths to his wife. The proper
ty is valued at $211,000. S. V.
bulletin, Dec. 4.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a public concert .tliis evening
ut tho Hawaiian Hotel commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the
March-Petersburg!! (new)... Cautlml
Cavathia The Pirate Jtclllu!
Selection Paul Jones ,. Planuolte
Like no a like. Mon L'lu, Xna o La
Medlsy-A Night in New York ....
Comet Polka A Mute binlle Kllug
Walt Danube Waves I vanovlcl
4Juh An obats y.lkoff
To Whom It May Concern.
TVTOTICH h hereby givrn tlm
.Ll loliii K limn is no longer my
niitlwrlzcd collector All receipt with
his slinuituie will uol be rctogiii.td
Honolulu, Dm tl, Ib8!. 427 at
AN Energetic, Trustworthy Mnn a
eollecWu mid to nuke himself
generally useful hi the nlllci'. Aditioss,
stilting Inst place mul terms ik'slml to
"P (). Uox 4fi'J." 431 tf
PONY FOR SALE
BROKEN to saddle
Suitable for child to
ride, or for driving in
phaeton. Apply at
i COITAOK at Nlulmle.
xA. Mill, I'ulitiua, next door
to V Anlil's pi emlse, con-
tidulng kitchen, Mulile, carriage house
anil other conveniences. For fur her
paitlculins apply to
Aw at not store, Mutiiiukca street.
FROM and after January 1, 18C0, the
People's Ice & Ecfrlgcrntiug Co.
will deliver leu for one () crnt per
pound W. E. FOSTER,
42B lw Secretary P. I. & It Co.
ALt pcisons arc hereby forbidden
from going on to the .under-mentioned
lands tor the purpose df shooting
birds and game. The" lands arc the
Ahtipuaits of Kaliatiikl, MoaimHin, il:v
lawa, Alea, and a part of Kulauac, theie
extend from tho mountains to the sea,
boundary commencing two miles from
Honolulu and ending liinc. The Gov
ernment road inn through theso lands
and In most parts is sixty feet wide
Owners of does are hereby notified that
said animals aie liable to be poisoned,
should they wander off said road. All
shooting privileges that have been
granted heretofore are now annulled.
J. I. DOWSETT.
P o mlulii, Dec. 151, 1&-9. 427 2w
Wanted on -Bottomry $5,000!
ON the hull, spars, Fails,
rigging and outward
freight of the Hark "Ma
tild," of Sim Francisco,
Ciil , ot the burden of S10 tons register,
whereof Edward noward is master, for
repairs and outllts to enable the said
vessel to proceed to sea. Proposals for
tho advance, of the above sum will be
received at the- office of the United
States Consulate-General at Honolulu
until 12 oV.IopIc noon, December 14,
1869. EDWARD HOWARD,
Honolulu, Dec. 11, 18c8 425 3t
1OOMS Furnished or Un
.j fiirnNhcd. at No. !15
Xo child i en.
House & Lot For Sale
I WILL sell or lease my
Dwelling Hninc and Lot
m icafconable terms. For fur
ther particulate annlv to
At Wuterhousc's Qiieen-st. store.
K.ilihi Wacnii, Dec if, 1880. 419 lm
House & Lot For Sale
A LOT and Cottage situated
iiiuuka of St Louis Col
lege. Also, 1 hack, harness
and 3 horses. For pnrtieulma anplv to
418 2w SAMUEL KANOE.
Has removed hisolHce and residence to
Cottage No. 700,
On Richards street, Hawaiian Hotel
8 to 10 A. M.
1 to 'A v. M.
7 to 8 r. m.
Mutual Telephone flo. 012. 417 lm
A SMALL INVOICE
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
tar Tlf TT T -a
"VTOW that the rainy season is upon
JA us, everybody wants a door mat
Unit will be an ornament nt tho front
door, and will thorougUly do the work
required of it. The
llartman Steel Wire Mat!
Is JiiM the thing. It cannot become
snaked by lain, aB is the case with fiber
mats, and it always keeps clean. Ueing
made of Galvanized Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wlro mats now in
use, Tlu are far superior to and far
more dmable than fiber or rubber. Can
he had of Bttel Wire nt
Hawaiian HartUvni'c C.,
Opposite Hprcekels & Co.'s Hank,
424 tf Fort street, Honolulu.
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CllEAM PARLOUS
Will have on hand and for sale the
Largest Stock and Greitest Variety
ot his line flavored decorated
Fruit, dm, Fold, My
From $1.00 upwnid; and small
1? .A rJ? IS. I 3E S
Of many descriptions; also,
FANCY & PLAIN
Great variety of
Sugar Toys & Articles,
For Chi Minus Tables and Tiec Orna
ments, Wai Tapers, Self-supporting Otlded
Decorated -:- Gliristiaas -:- Trees
And 500 of Horn's so much appre
MINCE -:- MEAT
F ir sale. A small lot of Genuine
Or so-called STOLLEN !
jpaJ" 1'lease leave your orders early,
as all the abnve-nnroed will be sold at
the luot rcaxoiiablc prices atd small
profits to suit the times.
JOT The largest, most pleasant, quiet
est and most comfortable leu Cieam
Parlor in Honolulu: so acknowledged
by his numerous patrons.
74-a BOTH TELEPHONES B74
F. HOIIK, ...
Practical Con fret loner, Pastry Cook
&, Ornuincutcr, Hotel opposite
Bethel street. 4'iTlOt
Per "S. S. Austialia,"
A! The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. XOITK, Proprietor.
FOll SAN FJIANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
Friday, Dec. 20, '89
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Have just opened out n largo now
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising :
Set and Unset Diamonds, Diooclios,
Earrings, Bracelets, Dangles, Laco
and Scarf 1'ius, Kings of the veiy
latest designs, Ladies' nnd Gents'
Gold and fiijvor 'Watches and 'a(ci
Chains, Ladies' Fob and Vest Chains,
Clocks, Beautiful Sjlvcrwaie, &c.,&u,
ffiT Prices within tlio reach of
nil. '1M lm
J. E. GOMES,
Has removed to Mclnerny Block, where
he is prepared to execute in first clasj
btyle all ordeis entrusted to him.
Watch Work & Diamond Setting
Do not fail to call and examine his ele
gant assortment of
Holiday : Grootlw,
Consisting of tho latest styles In
Watehes, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
Auction Sale !
Under instruction from Mrsstts. O. W,
MAOFAIU.AXK tf Co., I will hold nn
evening miction sale at my Sdesiooins
Saturday Evening, Dec. .14th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK NIIAItl'.
On which occasion 1 will oiler a very
Choice Line of Goo.ls suitable for the
BRONZES, PERSIAN & BISQUE
STATU A It 1
Fit ncl & Kind Nil Clocks,
liilcii llinc lu Limoges and Fietich
best gut mmim
Itteakfast & Tea Sets, hnntlsomely
decorated. A new invoice of
Largo Sies. Also, all sizts of
Of the very finest quality of latest pat.
lerni and ilesigns. Thee Hugs are of
the very tin est quality and warranted to
be the very bet manufacture.
Also, a- small choice line of vrry fine
hi elcgnnt Gold Frames, axil a cele
'Xaucrlieis of the Sea,"
Gold & Bllver Watches,
Negro Dnde Hiuoker,
Chinese Mar.tl.triu Smoker. Also,
IT1 U JR IV S. Tl? U Ii E
Turquoise Flower Stand & Sholl Bowl,
oki: r.wn op
Porcelain Flower Vases!
And other Goods too unmet oils to
X3f Goods will bo ou exhibition
Friday altcrnooH and Batuiday.
CST Kxtra acenii.mndatiou has been
nuanged for Lutlies.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
12(1 Jit Auctioneer.
Bool (S Stationery Store.
Headquarters Santa Clam!
Xmas Once Again
1 un 1'i.Ni.vr i.ini: ok
TOYS axd DOLLS
Ever impoittd into thcciiy.
I AVc sell all Goods at an bouts
prcint and hue no need In give auav
...il.!..n t.. . ..1 n :.i ,. :
iiiuiiu in iiiici 1,1 iiiuui;u LlU''lllU'3
Books Full of Pictures !
For the Little Ones
Books of Advenluro & History !
For Our Hoys.
Books Full of Interest!
For Our Girls
In the La'cst Styles and Kick Design
in sun every uouy.
U -I UU1IU1UU1 Ui
Cltarm Pencil Cases. &c., &c. .
A KINK DISri.A-V OV
iBICYCLES & VELOCIPEDES.
A IT.W EXl'llA FI.Nn
Bagntcllo Boards !
WaRons at PriceB
Never lisfnro ollered in Honolulu.
DSy Come early and select vour lire
ents aud you will not regret It.
6y- Open. Every Evening. -XSa
Thos. G. TlIKUnr,
122 lw Proprietor.
THE HOL8TEIN BULL
Will serve cows fpr the re.t throe
montlia 1'iicc, $! to Insure nt
4231m King street
MR. FRANK H. AUER11ACII linn
this duy been ndinitud u partner
n our linn.
J. E. BROWX & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1880. 423 lm
Notico of Revocation of
Power of Attorney.
"VTOTIOE Ib hereby given that I havo
i-N revolted, cancelled anil unnnllt'd
the power of attorney given to John F.
Uolhurn und dated Anril 13. 18S!),
LILIA K. I'llKOI.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1BBI. 4SI 4t
I. ihsniiiR a new fonn of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for n return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to Ihu amount of the policy, or, should the insiiicd survive n given number of jcais, the Company will
return all the premiums pnul wllli'lntcrcst; or, instead of iicooplinu: the policy and profits in cash the leiral holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT IttJKTlIHIl PAYMENT OV 1'KKMlUMH, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts in FULLY PAID UP Insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Uetnember, this contract is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its asset's exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Sis Millions of Dollars.
825" For full particulars call on
.IU3T OI'KN'KD A I.AUC1R STOCK
. Great Bargains !
10 pes of Now Diess floods, hliipeil
nnd checked at 12Ac.
An elegant lino of New Etnluoidercd
A full lino of new' patterns in White
Just received a full assoitmenl of
Ginghams, Seersuckers, and other
new wash mntciials.
A large assortment of Ficncli Flan
nels. Nuns Veilings in all desiiable shades.
Silks r Silks !
Black Biocaded Silk, heavy, at $1.50
Surah Silks, at low prices.
A line line of Fancy Suialt. and
Satin's and Sateens in new designs
Gloyes! Gloves I
I Inyo you seen our o-bullon Kid
Gloves, at $l.r0 a pan?
A full line of Silk Gloves and Mills.
"Temple of Fashion," Cor, Hotel & Fort Sts.
"&!" LB PH ffi HB
I Mill 1 I
K StS S 81 S 1
IB IBBO tU B
LLIbSUbI b fJilLMlfl
Kiipr ill, Hob AIg Grenadine, RasDoerryaflB, Sai'sajarilla,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
osr All conmiunlculioiiH
TralnBlll leave Honolulu nvei tho
Ouliu Hull road & Land Co. us follows;
8:00 a. M.
11:00 A. M.
a:0() i. m.
8:45 A. M.
iii-r a. i.
!!:l.j I'. .M.
P:!I0 A .
JS:J10 I'. ,
1:1 5 v. m.
10:15 a. M.
1:15 y. if.
6:00 J'. Jl.
11:30 A. M.
l2::to v, m.
a -.00 i. m.
10:10 A. M.
1:15 l'. M.
11:15 i'. ji.
11:00 A M.
1:15 y, jr.
11 :!! a. m.
a:H0 1'. M.
Ilia j. M.
CilK) I'. M,
'&. k ?& 'J JL Vi
OF IVXQW 'iTODEtK:
!ew Goods SS ECS Wew Goods-
OF NEW NOVELTIES IN DRY and
THE COMING SEASON.
300- doz, Handkerchiefs 1
The largest assortment and lowest
Now novelties in Handkerchiefs, suit
able for presents.
Ribbons ! .Ribbons 1
llcccivcd a full line 'ofviill colors and
shades, of Plain an'd'Fancy Kibbons.
New novelties in Ribbons. '
A large and fine assortment of all
kinds of New Novelties.
Handsome Heavy Silk Shawls in
black and cream.
Ramie Shawls, Raniio Shawls.
Shoulder "Scaifs, Bcilin-Shelland
Traveling Sbawls,u. .
Just received a full lino of
iinirlQuifjfj', ' xrFnnr
it ml orders should be addrcetscd to ,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
E. R. IlKNintr, Piesldent itMnniiger. John Ena, Vice-President.
RountKr IIkown, Secii'tiiiy.i'fcTicasurer. Ci:cn, Hiiown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppu.SnrcckcIn'Itunlc, : Fot'l Sliced. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, ElectolicrH, Lamps it Lanip Fixture",
Paints. Oils & Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot & Cutis, Machine-loaded CaitridgcB, Clianibeilain's Patent;
HOUSE -;- FURNISHING -:- GOODS
Rilvor "Plnllwl Wnro 'P., 1,1,. X.
Plows, PluntorH' Steel Hoes,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo & Bolt Cutting,
Manila A. Sisal Ropo, Rubber Hone,
Wire Bound Rubber Hobo, Bpincter-giip;
Sprinklers & Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Cartridge Co.,
llartnian's Steel Wiro Fence & Sleel Wire Mote, -"New
Win. 0. Fislier'H Wrought Steel Ranges, Neal'fl Curriago Paints.
Oato City Stone FillerB,
"New Pioccbh" TwiBt Drills,
nov2!-89 , Unit's Patent "Duplex" Din Slocks.
S. .13. 3ROS5515:,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FANCY GOODS SUITABLE FOR
Flonncings in Swihs . and Oriental
A largo line of Veilings in plain and
Christmas : Goods
Of every description.
f-TOYS ! TOYS I "a
Will be closed out at a great 1 educ
tion. A full line of Ladies', dents' nnd
Traveling Trunks & ValiseB.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
, Boy's Jersey Suits,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
An immense stock received.
Prices very low.
4 .J -
and otjior Agiictilluial Imiilepients,
OF ALL KINDS.
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