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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, DEOEMBBH 10, 3&9.
Foreign Ofllet? Xo(U-e.
Honolulu, Doo. Ill, 188',). y
His Mnjcriy the King lin been
pleased to npptove ol
ARTHUR W. RICHARDSON, Em.,
As Vice nnd Deputy Consul-Uencral
for the United States of America at
Minister of Foreign Afniiis.
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a- n js
f Ptedsrtd to neither Sect nor Party,
flat cttailithe4for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, DKC. 10, lPS0.
Mnil steamer advices from Samoa
confirm the report recoived by way
of San Fran cis'co, that Maliotna is
again King notwithstanding his re
cent 'Jabandonment". of all regal
claims inavoPof Malaafa, who ably
. v . v. .' . .
of the major
taction while Malietoa was
All native parties, having agreed on
.. - "
the old fcinas peimancnt ruler, the
Hritisu, German and American re
presentatives concurred in his rein
statement. The U. S. S. Adams
gave a royal salute to JUalietoa's
tlug when it was hoisted. It is sup
posed that theie-accession of Malie
toa will put the three Powers once
more in accord on Samoan affair?.
The Reform Party on Kauai has
acted in its nominations on the
principle of having a legislature
representing the' whole Jiople, in
contradistinction to tkje narrow
visioned ideas of the Advertiser in
favor of a strict party system of
government. On the Kauai ticket
appears the name "of a native Ha
waiian for Noble, who was one of the
Ministers so suddenly deposed iu the
levoluticfc; while one of the candi
dates for Representative (Mr.Knud
sen) is a gentleman of pronounced
independence.who has not hesitated
to express disapprobation of some
doings under the prcbcnt regime.
The latter is, in short, one of tiiosc
whom the Advertiser would coarse
ly insinuate is "agin Reform," be
cause they believe that "handsome
is as handsome -does" applies to
A LARGE MAIL.
One of the largest mails that ever
left the Post Oillce was that for
warded by the Alameda. It con
sisted of 29 bags, including 9 bags
parcels post mail. These !) bags
had 149 packages in them. The
mail consisted of 7,421 letters, 1C8
of which weie registered, and 2,570
packages of papers. Two hundred
and twenty-two foreign money or
ders weie issued for the same
steamer amounting to 2,890.70.
DEATH OF MR. LCABOT.
We regret to annoirljce the death
of Mr. Lincoln Cabot which took
place last Saturday morning at the
residence of Mf. Aug. Dreier.Kleele,
Kuuai, frofil typuo-inularial fever.
Mr. Cabot was a civil engineer, and
wa9 employed at. one time by the
late Hon. H. G. Wilder, surveying
the proposed railroad through Ila
limkna. He also worked for the
Hawaiian Tramways Company. A
.ihort time ago he went to Kauai to
survey land for the new Hawaiian
Sugar Company. Everything in the
way of medical skill was clone for
Jlr. Cabot but without avail. He
was a native of Boston, Mass., and
leaves a mother, sister and brothers.
PHILIP MILTON DEAD.
Uarly this morning Mr. Philip
Milton died at his residence, King
street, after a brief illness. The
deceased wus a native of Chile,
about fifty-four years of age. He
came to the islands in the forties on
a whaler, landing at Lalmina, Maul.
For some time he was n lima on the
Weit Maui plantation. He started
the Olowalu plantation, and, after
selling it to Armstrong and Pratt,
c&me to Honolulu and went into the
ranch business in Palolo Valley,
where he has remained ever since.
He was the first to raise really good
urapes in the islands. The funeral
took place this afternoon from the
lioman Catholic Cathedral.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS,
Nine drunks had to pay the usual
Chas. George and Julico Miller,
charged with "affray, were repri
manded and discharged.
Chin l'au was fined $50 with one
hour's imprisonment, and Ah Sam
$60 with six hours for having opium
unlawfully In possession.
For the last four days a heavy
wind ami rain storm lias been rag
ing here: one of the hcaueat for a
long lime, nmUho country is Hooded.
The government school at 1'aia
has been closed on account of inqa
sles among the children. There are
some children sick nt llamakuapoko,
but as yet it has not yet been ascer
tained that the sickness is measles ;
If it should turn out to he wueh the
school at that place will also be
Preparations are in progress for a
grand entertainment at Paiaf by the
ladies of the Foteign Church at Ma
kawao, on New Year's eve, the pro
ceeds from which will go into the
The new Organ for the ohurch
which the ladies have been working
so assiduously to pay for, is on the
way out here, and when in place will
be a valuable adjunct in the Sunday
llamakuapoko, Dec. 13th.
R. M. S. ALAMEDA.
The Oceanic Co.'s R.M.S. Alameda
arrived Saturday afternoon from
the Colonies. She met with very
rough weather between Sydney and
Auckland which detained her. Left
Sydncj' Nov. 27th at 4:.r2 p. m.,
arrived at Auckland Dec. 2d at 4 :48
p. in., leaving again the next day at
5 a. in. Stopped off Tutuila-on the
7th at t:43 a. m. Passed the Mari
posa on the 4 th. From Auckland
to the equator had moderate wea
ther, thence to Honolulu strong
trades N. E. with a rough sea.
Time from Sydney 17 days 18 hours,
from Auckland 11 days 19 hours 20
The Alameda brought 0 passen
gers for this port, and had in tran
sit C7 for San Francisco. Included
in her through cargo from the Colo
nies were 12il5 ingots of tin, .r).
bales kangaroo skins, 347 bales
wood, 830 bales Has, G horses and
8501,150 in gold coin. She left for
San Francisco shoilly after i o'clock
BUY your Ilolihiv Gords at Fishel's
an.l ask foi Christmas Piesuit.
O Presents hen away at Fisliel's '
ALIGHT Rubber Coat, between Fort
street ami Piikoi street, Reward
to finder at this office.
WANTED an Active, Trustworthy
Man nh Collector who will reu.
derail equivalent for salary received.
Address Post Office Lock Box No. 351.
Giving full particulars, references niid
.balmy required. None other noticed.
Has roceivtd another lot of
NEW -:- (iOODS
jj Conic and see them. Sd
tST Store Open Every Evening
Fort Street above King. 42!) 14t
DECORATE -:- YOUR
There will he dlplaeil an elegant line
of .sumpli'.i executed on the
WHITE SEWING IACII
Mrs. Thomas Lacls,
HI FOIC1' NTItr.KT,
fi?jii.iii'luy, DcocmlKV 11.
I'huvHtln.y, Documbor 1 4,
ByitrcprfiontRtivt.' of theCoinpany fioni
Sao Finnelsco, consisUugor
J 'ell A; l..a) Cni'talnN,
Done in ARASENE, TINSEL & ETCHING
tW" AH owning nrpurclmiinga WHITE
will he taught, free of rhurce, to do
t3T" Exhibition free to all. Open day
and evening, -158 tf
O. MULLER & CO.,
PIIACTICAL GUN & LOCKSMITHS
Jlotlitl Street, "Damon's Week,"
Surg'dil iSs'Muslcal Instruments noa'lv
repmri-d at reasonable rati-s Sowiug
Macliinei uml lepniring of all kinds a
spiaUlly. All kinds of Safes &, Scales
repaired. Household Sewing Machines
for ca'e. den.J4.8U
fins removed his oillce anU lenidenceto
Goltngo No. 700,
On Hlr.harils stieet, Hawaiian Hold
8 to 10 A, M.
i to a v. m.
7 to 8 I'. M.
Mutual Telephone No. 012. 427 lm
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
FOR 30 DAYS
OUK GRAND SILVER GIFT tfiVLE
On .MONDAY, December f6th, 1889,
During this sale every customer puielnlBiiiij the amount of $2.50
t wnitb will tecehc a handsome
Chiiio anil ccuniiuc our NEW GOODS, nuil you will find them much
newoi mid lower iu piiees than elsewhere. It is ourunolteinblo determina
tion to lue no teeourse to misleading or misicprcscutatinn. Our luhoitise
mi'iit 1 1 uly icpresents the Goods we offer for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Uutrimuied Straw Hats
gjST Look at our Hotel Street Window and m-o the line display of
Silvenutie amiable toi
The ne.u nppioach of the holidays anil overlook of Goods-make it impc
nitivi' Hi-it uc'ninkc the most nulie.il and sweeping changes iu otu piii-eh,
and we feel fully justified'in publicly nbscitiug that in (he coming week our
p.itions can seouie advantages in
Dry Goods, linirT & Gits' Msliii Soots,
Which have never
Ill "J do. Ladies' Balhiiggan Hose, silk clocked; doz box, only $1.10 for the bos.
I i.idiefc' Colored lloidoicd Ilnudkeichiehvgood quality; 75 ctsado.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST,
QjSST Our Millinery is the finest line exhibited in tliiw city.
$0 We will make i eductions in all our dep.iitnionlx.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
4-2) lm The Ijendlng Millinery House.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
MONDAY, Doc. S.'Jrd,
AT 114 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell ai Public Auction that very
Desirable Property !
.Situated on the goulli.cnst oornei of
ALkea and King Streets,
2,623 Square Feel,
Havinir a front-ige of 83 feet on King
(.tri-ct and 85 feet on Alnkea Mrt-ei.
Thcio is a largo roomy
2-story Diellii HOUSE,
On the properly at prebent occupied as
a lodging house.
The lecent widening of Alnkea street
litis increased ihp aiuu ol this pioperty
r jjieat ileal, and IU eloe proximity to
Kort street, will in a nhort time nn
(hiiililedly hring It -within the active
husiiiess f onion of the city.
The approaching erection of the nrw
market ut the toot of Alnkea Mrest will
make this street the nrinrinal thoroui'ti.
fare to and from the market, anil wiii
add largely to ihe preapective value of
thiH propei ty.
Parties deslrnus of a sife arid remit
uei.itlve investment will Unit this an
unusuul opportunity to sec me a valua
tSBT Deeds at purchascr'B expui'c
,JAS. JF. MORGAN,
151) fit Auctioneer.
In forma his customers and the public)
in general that he will
OPEN HIS NEW STORE
In srclurriiy'n llloek,
Oil THURSDAY. lUe 1911.
dive him a call and ev.unlnn his new
Watches., -:- Jewelry
IV O r 3E J-.rJI? T XC
Prices Marked In Plain Figures,
fiay- Fine Diamond Work ami all
klud of Jewelry Work executed hi first
class style. 401) if
101 FOItT HTJtKKT,
Omcr. Houns: 0 a. m. Io J2 m. and 7
i. m. to 10 1', u.
Mutual G08-aTELEPII0NESfSyaell 475
Oillce Hours nt Itobello Lane, Palama:
1 l. M. to 5 i. m. ' 410 tf
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AWAY - SI -
R 30 DAY
.1. T. WATrjlHUIIHG.
o, 10 Store
Has just opened out a large assortment
of Goods Riiitable tor the
JHLolitirLy -:- Ti'jxtle
HAND PAINTED NOVELTIES,
Yes and No Bolls I
And DoIIh of every other ths.
New dames, Footballs,
And other kinds of Balls.
Doll Cairmges, Rocking Horses,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Toys for the Million
XKW SIVM'8 1N-
II RY nnI FAXCY
La. 0. u.
November 25, 1889.
At the Double Stores of the
Hawaiian News Co.
UJ i W srcrt-hnsit Hi.
Our Holiday Stock of Novelties
(. erupt im'
lln largest and choicest
ART -:- GOODS
By 'Trans," of Boston; anil B. Tuck &
Hons, of London; ever befoie
Xrans Card by tho JMilllon,
From 5 cts to $ri.
Books & Booklets,
For old and oung. Many other
Gooils Impossible to i-iiutucmte.
t&" Call early and (?et flrstcUoiee -1
Tho lluwiilltin Jfffows
'l'li .VI Mtconifclilp
Will be due here on or about
January 8th, 1890,
And will leave for the above
ports on or about
. I miliary lf 1800.
Jfijy For fieight or passage having
superior cabin and steerage nccomnin.
dutlniis apply to
W. Q, IRWIN & Co.,
-128 Id Agents.
THE MUTUAL LIFI
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid In ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with interest; or, instead of uecepliiifWlio policy and profits in ens-h the legnl holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT Ft RTHKR PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take In
lieu thereof the amount of policy and pioflts In FULLY PAID UP Insurance, paiticipating annually In dividends.
Remember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Slates, and the Lar
gest Finaucml Institution in the World, lis assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
tST" For full particulars call on or
-Temple of Fashion," Cor. Hotel Fort Sts.
SS5 Mew Goods S5t iKS Mew Goods a
JURT OPENEI? A LARGE STOCK
Great Bargains 1
40 pea of New Dref-s Goods, hliipcd
and checked at 124e.
An elegant line of Utiw Embioidercd
A full line of new patterns in 'While
Just receied a full anHoitment of
Ginsh.iniR, .SeciBtickcrH, and olhei
new wuhIi malcrialH.
A large assortment of Kiench Flan
nels. Nuns Veiling in all desirable shades.
Black Biocaded Silk, heavy, ntl.CO
Small Silks, at low piieee.
A lino line of Fancy Suiali"1 and
SatiiiH and Sateoii8 in new designs.
Gloves I Gloves!
Have you seen our 5-bultou Kid
Gloves, at $l.fiO a pair?
A full line of Silk Glovea and Mitts.
Giier All, Hob Ala' Qrenatliuo, Rasslierryafle. Sarsajarllla,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC, ETC., ETC., ETC.
&- All coniniuiiic.ntlonH
Mi Railway k Land Go's
TruiiiB v, 111 k-c Honolulu ovei the
Oaliu Itallroad &,Iand Co. oh follows:
R:4f A. M.
11 M.r, A. M.
3:45 1'. SI.
1 2:110 l'.
10:15 A. M.
1 :15 j. si.
0:00 v. Si.
0:30 A. M.
I'-'tilO 1". 11.
;):00 i'. si.
10:K A. M.
l:ir r. t.
tl:l5 i'. si.
11:00 A M.
1 :J5 I-. si.
11:15 a. si.
a: no i', si.
5 :00 v, si.
lllo 1, SI.
OF TSJ3TW YORK
OF NRW NOVELTIES IN DRY
THE COMING SEASON.
"300 doz. Handkercliiefs !
The largest ahhoitment and lowest
New novelties iu Handkerchiefs, puil-
ahlo for piCBcntH.
Received a full line of all colois and
tthadcR, of Plain and Fancy Ribbon-.
New novclticB in Ribhonn.
A larpo and fine nHSorlmcnt of all
kinds of New Novelties.
Handsome Heavy Silk Shawls in
block and cieani.
Ramie Shawls, Ramie Shawls.
Shoulder Sc.irfb, lJpilin-Shotlnnd
Just icceived a full line of
13 AJDL.:EY. Manag-ei
niul ovdurs should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
IC. R. IlKMiur, PioIdent&Maiiagci.
OonriiKY Bitowx, Sccietary ifeTieasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sii'CckclM' Jtnnk, : Fort Street, Uoiioluln.
'IMPOUTERH and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, Electoliers, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
Paints. Oils fc Varnishes. Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil.
Powder, .Shot fc Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chambmlaln'a Pulonl ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table &
Plows, Planters' Steel Ifocs,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe fc Holt Cutting,
Manila &. Bisal Rope, Rubber Hose,
Wire Bound Rubber Hose, Spincter-giip;
Sprinklers & Spi inkier Stands,
Union Metallic Cnrtiidgo Co.,
Haitnian'b Steel Wire Fonco & Steel Who Mats,
"New Process" Ropo,
Win. O. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges, Neal's Cairiago Paints,
Oato City Stone Filters,
"New Pioccss" TwiBt Drills,
nov-20-81) Hail's Putent "Duplex" DIo Stocks.
S. 33. XfcOfcSK,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FANCY GOODS SUITABLE FOR
Flouncings in Switi and Oriental
A largo line of Veilings in plain and
Christmas : Goods
Of every dcsciiption.
ear TOYS ! TOYS! -a
Will be closed out nt a great reduc
tion. A fnll lino of Ladies', Gents' and
Traveling Trunks & Vali&cs.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Boy's Jersey Suits,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
An immense stock recoived.
Prices very lew.
John Ena, Vice-President.
Ckcil Buown, Auditor.
and other Agiicultural ItnplenionlH,
OF ALL KINDS,