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DALLY liULLTOHt HONOLULU, U, I., DEOEMUKH 21, 18S9.
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SATURDAY, DKC. 21, "1889.
co i!1 -
loin XV B Uownf. lihilini, finnt San
lir hpciu from ICnol.ui
?.I S .calautlla, Oteicndorp,fioni Sun
nr Hawaii tor uanuMiu poits
mr Wntiilenlo for NiiaIIIwIII ill !t p m
M S Zeulaudln, Ote.icndoip, for (lie.
Colonics at 8 p m
LOCAL & CENERU. HEWS.
Tiir Suptemc (Joint mIs in
on Monday nt 10 " ni.
Tiik Enlerptis-o Mill bus been mid
to Mr. Peter HimIi for $11, MO.
Tiik Zouliuuliu leaves for the Colo
nics :it 8 o'clock thl evening.
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
nliklS Wilder, GillUtlis, for S.in
VESSELS LEAVIHC MONDAY.
a ,,, un wmegu, Jiniwn, uir Hongkong
Vilir Mot Wuldiiu for llunt.ikua
Tin: latest quotation in tin siignr
market was 0 cents for SKI ttst.
Titu Pacific Hardware Company's
fttUtfo will lie open this evening.
On Tinwlny at noon, Mr. Morgan
will Hill 200 Hacks tolled bailey.
II. II. M. S. Champion is dim hcie
at Mm unil of llm month fiom Ktiii-mntilt.
Tiik U.JjcS. Alett uriivod
(lavs from Ho-
'or Xuwillulll tier siinr vm1imi1i.
i 21 .Mis L 1) Plunev. iihi 1110
- Iiimin, Alls-i Kinnu Knir,vMld, Cluls
H i Cntuadt, Masters Ccniadt ('2),Mua-
- iRlco), Musteis IVtlcox (Jj, Nor
u and Kriien Lyniuii, ami R Lvman.
'rom S.m Ar.mcisco, per it M S Zua
ul.i, Dec til TluxK Wnlkcr, Miss
iwfmd,Mis V XV Dlmotul, Miss M
, Uowsutt, Aiis J I Oowsett, Win lun
v tton, Mis Ada Stoddard Rdgerton,
Low,P N Makee and wlfe,.I E Miller,
-' Matcshko and wlfe.MIss Olive Mns-
e, Mr unit All Pnneoan, Goo II
't or. Miss I'oweri, II 1 Reeves, Geo
ylnr. Mis Tylor, nobt Wallace. Ill in
rugc, and 7 1 in triuult for the Cnlo-
J SKIPPING H0IES.
i lie (steamer Walalealo hiottght 13
id cattle, -l calve, and 'M bunches
sfi'ue steamer Kuala brought 1.100 bugs
."ur iiuui iv:iiiiii.
!,V Hie steamer W O Hall Is on the Ma-
1 small sloop-yaclit was landed tlie
ii ilni' fr.Mii flu. linL A i..t 'I'iiii.ii.
I? 1 is nowlyiuj; ut lit ewer's wlinif. It
he sumo .sio as Mr namon'ii yatht.
loon Is for Mr. O. I'iirneaiix of
Bi'l'he Inn k Amy Tmner will llnlhh ills-I-
aiiltit; hur fjeneral cargo net week.
r next destitution will be Manilla.
a'L'lie Ametleati tein W S Uo-wne, Capt
.'in Jtiuiim, uiiireu tins morning, hv.
L'r ftomSan Fianclsco, cargo valued
jSiJ,HV. including :itij DbH uonr, um
is bran, D12 ctls oats, "2U0 tibia lime,
KG ctls barlcv. 2'2.t00 lbs snynr. ami
llll lbs beans.
I'be bifrkciitiiie riniitPi',C:ipttiIu Dow,
jllrd yesterda' afternoon for San Fian
'uo wltb i)00 Ions of sugar and rice
hied at ?91,5."7. The voiilgncis ate :
Ilaekfeld&Co, 100 bags coffee, 12,-
M bags sugar, and 7C0 bags rice ; XV 11
istle, 800 bags rieo; Wing Wo Chun
iCo, :100 bags rice.
i no steamer W u Jiaii at rived yes
Oay morning from wimlwaid poits
tli 4,778 bags sugar, 24 head cattle,
bags coffee, 00 bairs aw a, 10;t pack-
The steamer Tele lironalit yesterday
pruiug 1,000 lmgd sugar, 200 packages
tidrlen, and 2J head cattle.
Arrivals at San Francisco Dec 8,biig
l Sprtckels, ny days from Kahn
J ; 9th, U S S Alert, 17 days from Ho
'llulii; 11th, brig W G Invln, 17 days
dm Honolulu; 13th, brig Lmlitic, Hi
iys i rom lino.
tures from sau irancicn uop
Alden Bcsle for llonnhihi: 11.
li-Olga for Honolulu; 13, b.uk I.ady
inipsoti for Honolulu.
J,l'lie bktne Klikttat sailed from Tort
iidtow Dec 10 for Honolulu.
Hie batk Jolin 1) Brewer sailed from
ston Dec 12 for Honolulu.
Frank Clnrke will Ik here mi the
Australia willi, a cofnedy onniinny
on loutu to tlio Colonies.
A mektino of the Iolani Iloat
will be held nt His Majesty's
house Monday, nt noon.
Tiibke will bn a Christinas pinise
service nt Kanmiikupili ("hureli Knn
dnv evening, Dec. 2i)tlt.
The llnwaiian b.intl seicnndod H.
R. II. Piincess Liliuokulinii at Vui
ington riaee this morning.
Tun Superintendent of Wntin
Works has n By Authority notice in
this issue respecting water rates.
THE ADAMS COMPANY.
An entertainment un given on
hoard the U. S. S. Ailnnis nt Apin,Sn
inoa, on Tliank'ipiving Day, liy tlie
men of that ship. The sUigo was
on the spar deck ntnl well ileeorat
ed. The ofllccrs of Hip Adams gave
a hospitable reception to the vlsilois
f i om slime who were present in
latge numbers. Those who jfave
the farces and songs weie: ,I:ts. 1'.
Ailken (dlreetor of amusements),
Geo. Kleimger (miisicnl director),
Win. Coffey. V. K. Hodgeis, Geo.
Duehiml, William Flood, Skinner
and MuKachtitiy. The entertaitt
inent gave gieat pleasure and was
likel' to he lepeali.il oil sliore.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
On Sunday next, Dee. 22nil, the
till Sunday in Advent, the llishop
of Honolulu purposes to hold an or
dination in his cathedral, and admit
the Kcv. II. II. (iowen to the Order
of Priesthood. IMoining prayer will
be said at 9 :!!(). The ordination
service will commence at 10 o'clock.
Tlie following is tiic older to he ob
served: Sermon, Litany, Holy Com
munion, the ordination taking place
after the Gospel. The sermon will
be preached by the ltev. W. II.
Haines. Tlie cathedral is open to
all who desire to be present.
13H2L M, lrj J &.
-PjF-P s& B3
Itloek, X. fi
French, Eilisl nl American Dry ui Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
rt'l.L LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, Diaiiiil M Black Hose la liiei k Plain.
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
LARGEST -:- ASSORTMENT
Black Spanish Lien Flouncing, fiom .fl yaid upward.
Hl.iek Cli.intilly Lico Flnuneing, ft tint $2 yntd upw.itd.
Kpiii, Cieam it While Oriental 1'louneing, from ii()i:ts- yaid upward.
Kxtiii Heavy (new stvlo) Oiiental l'louncing, fiom $1.2"i ymd upward.
IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream
isbottuinnt of all shitles of Ciishmcic, Moiiee, Sulin &
(tiaiif Hibbiiu. Velvjl Uugs in all sizes just tcceived.
st vatiuty in Cambric, Swisa & Nainsook rhubtoidoiies at
t. 1?. MSlllEJI Ac OO.
Dressmaking Department, undei the inanagcinout of MISS
1'unsEit Geo. JleLane of the Zeal
amlia lias the thanks of the Bum.k
tin for late San Fianeiseo papei.s.
Mn. Morgan sold tho bark Matilda,
to Capt. Calhoun for $2,G0O this
noon. The stores brought about
Mil. T. It. Walker, lltilish Vicc
CoiibiiI, retiuned fiom Fnglund on
the Zealandia, looking in excellent
On Sunday morning at eleven
o'clock, at the Central I'nion Church,
llio cantata "Iniinaniiel" will be
given by the Sunday chool undei
the direction of Mr. A. I). Bis.-cll.
In the evening at 7::!0 o'clock, a
Christmas pniiso service will he belli,
when the following special anthems
will be letulored by the choir: "And
tlieio weie .Shopheids," hv Dudley
Buck; "All they of S.ilu shall come,"
by IMioinbcigor; "Iiiightpl and
best," hi ranged fiom Hulienstein;
"Haik! what mean?" by I). Buck,
and "1'iai-o the Lord, O my Soul,"
by Mozatt. Mr. M. If. .Jones pie
sides at tlie oignn.
Tin: upstairs showroom at the
Pacific Hardware Company's store
pieseiits a fairy land scene. Crowds
visit it eveiy day.
: )epai t
ArrorfNKY-GENT.itAi, Atdifnid is
mentioned in a despatch from Ot
tawa, Dec. 13, ns being interviewoil
on Hawaiian affairs.
Tun S. G. Wilder sails Sunday
mottling nt 8 o'clock for San Fran
cisco. The mail at the Post Oflicc
closes one hour earlier.
On Monday at noon, at his sales
room, Mr. J. F. Morgan will sell that
desirable property on the southeast
corner of Alakea and King streets.
A Mnr.Ti.(! of the legal voters of
the tirst distticl is called for Monday
evening at tlie Beretania street
school house. See notice elsewhere.
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
His Majesty tlie King received in
private audience at tlie Palace, Hain
ncss Marie Kdle von Anierling. Mr.
II. 1 Glade, Consul for A'tishi.i,
presented tlie lady to the King.
Mrs. Glade was present, and His
Majesty was attended by Air. James
W. Kobertson Vico-Chambcrlain.
At one o'clock this afternoon Her
Majesty the Queen received Baro
ness von Ainerliiiyr.
HustaGB, ECing Street,
Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tiik rxm?i STATICS
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
rKiont Uio Xi:v Yuuic TiMi:,.Jiino22, IBS!).
v i i
The Inimitable Life Assurance Society lias adopted' a ncw'form'of
policy whioli, like a hank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on the haik.
Tiom the Oniuuio Ixvimtkutoii. .
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public thniblt
advantageous contract in life insurance, lbc l?ipiitable Life Asjurauco So
ciety of New York lias, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and has been tlie means to lihcraliKC life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than tiny other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
tore, that this great company now comes before the people with a now
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
TILS JUST RECEIVED por "AUSTRALIA,"
Cape Cod Cir.inbrties, Almoie's Mince Meal, Maine llluebetries 2lh tins, Yel
low Tin nips Oatolina Siyeet Potatoes, Choice Apples, Onions, New Ciop
Ituisius, New Ciop Piunes, l'eisi.ui Dates, Smyrna Figs (-mall boe.), Al
monds, Walnuts, Bi.izil Nuts, Filberts, lVe.ins,
MAPLE SYRUP, CRANBERRY SAUCE IN GLASS JARS.
Buckwheat Flour, Xew Yoik Cheese, Hams, Bacon, Smoked Herrings,
Smoked Beef, Geimaii Sausages, in tin foil, lvits Salmon Bellies, Table
Fruits in glassand tins, and a Goncinl Assoitinetit of
Grocorios, Suitable for the flolidaya or Any Othor SeaBon.
ffjSP" Leave youi onlcrs, or ring up No. 11!).
From the Kr.xrtTKV Itr.msTKit, Kiehmond, Ky.. .June 28, ISS'J.
The Kqtiitable. Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
cteatc and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitor.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweep every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. Tho rosult, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked coufldonw
in life assurance, will examine Hie new policy ottered by the Kqultahle,
and assure their lives forthwith.
n'roni tho Boston I'ost.
This company lias done more than any other to simplify the assuranre
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
CAMARINO'S California Fruit
Marktt and San Francisco Fruit
Depot, received per 'Zealandia," Celery,
Frozen Oyslci?, C.iullllowor, Cabhugr,
Anples, Grapes, Penrs, Dried Funis,
Nuts, nil in prime condition Muluul
Telephone 'A1H. 4'H tit'
MINCE PIES ofex
tia line quality,
inked fresh every dav at
the "Flite." 4IW !lt
-B GIVEN AWAY -SI-
visit OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
From the Pioikio ITniikkwui rr.it, San Fr.uielseo, .July 1, 188'J.J
Tlie l?qititable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with jts policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and tins new policy cannot fad to enhance lla
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the uubject
of life assurance.
For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islauds.
Ladies & Gentlemen's
"V" MAS CAKES, very rich and tali'
.J. ml, nriiniiiouteil at tlie '.Kliie.''
THE GENUINE TICKET.
The following is now said to be
e latest slate oi tlie Mechanics'
For Nobles II. A. Wideniann, J.
j' Walker, J. A. Cumrain9, E.
ullcr, C. J. McCarthy, D. W.
ba, E. C. Macfarlanc, II. G.
abbe, John Phillip.
For Representatives Ward 1 ,
. II. Cuuimings; 2, A. Marques;
John E. Bush ; 4, T. R. Lucas ;
'11. W. Wilcox.
Che Royal Hawaiian Rand will
e a public concert this afternoon
K.mmfi Sniitiro eommencinEr at
-......- .j... a
:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
lrch Semper Fidello Lotisa
iliuWiflThe Kinperor's Review
J (new) i Kileubcrg
iltz Summer Evening .. .Waldtenfol
IUa Soalun Waidroper
1 1 So'uv
) TO-NIGHT'S MUSICALE.
Following i3 the programme of
jo miisicale at Oahu College, cotn
linciiig at 8 o'clock this evening:
f I'AUT I.
I CIioiiir from Christmas Oratorio. .
Honolulu Choral Society,
uavotto l. i
Souvenir u Chopin ...S.iuvlet
otto 11. J
Pi of. Sauvlet.
Sonir Mv Lady's Bower
j bs V. .1. Nolle, with violin obllgato
i;( J iuj. ouu, luk.
Duct Sonata Op 12..Blieluhoiger
lss Cas.tle and Mr.Jllssell,
VWLeqtitre by Mr, lBsscll explaining
iV'J? Sntmta Op B3 BeethoYcn.
Sonnta Up r;i...,...M...iic'0liiovcii
Pi of, Sauvlet.
Chorus Invocation.... Rlielubergei'
Honolulu Clioiul Society.
'he public are invited to attend-
V musicaie. a car runs up to mtj
vil'ege, leaving Fort street churcll
" 7:35 ; and a special wuwill leave
c college at 'J:.'1(I, going througli
JtBAU-AuMiitAii Jleneago litis been
oni9ted to bo Yico Admiral, and
u leave .England In Febrmiiy lor
e Pacifle station,
TiiKiir: will be a special reheat sal
of the choir of tho second ccmgiega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening at7:.10 o'clock sharp, at the
Mrs. Osborne will have a vuiiety
of fancy goods of tho latest designs
on sale at tho Arlington Parlors on
Monday next. She selected them
while in San Francisco.
Tun Zealandia has been thorough
ly refitted sinco lost heie. Electric
lights have been placed all over tlie
steamer, and the cabin and dining
quartern ate now elegant in tlie ex
treme. m .
A Washington ilespatcn says,
"Paul Neumann, the legal adviser to
King Kalakaua of Hawaii, is in tlie
city and leaves this afternoon Dec.
9 for Europe to negotiate a loan for
Miss jMalone, tho resigning princi
pal of the Punaliou Prepmatory
School, was yesterday presented with
a vory bandsomo pair of gold pins,
us a token of affection from llio pu
pils of that institution.
. . .
Tin: total number of bunches of
bananas forwarded on the Austiulia
was 8,001, tho largest shipment ever
made at one time. Of theso Camp-
hell Marshall sent 7,104 and the
Hawaiian Banana Company 1,010.
In the Polico Court tliis morning
Ah You was sent on tho reef for ten
days for laaceny of nine bags, tho
property of J. I. Dowsett. Paahao,
a boy who escaped from tho Reform
atory scnooi, was onlereil to bo io-
At 7 o'clock this evening Mr. J. F.
Moigan will hold a Chriutmas sale,
when lie will dispose of jewelry, dia
mond and pearl tings, clocks, satin
ware, toys and dolls, albums, nigs,
etc. Ladies will be provided with
The R. M. S. Zealandia auived at
12:30 this afternoon ftoni San Fran
cisco. Loft tho lattor port Deo. 11th
at 2:30 p. in. .Slie liiings 20 cabin
and 12 steerage passengers for this
poil, ami has 71 in transit for the
ColouicH. The iSeulandia leaves tit 8
o'clock Ibis mewing.
At Hie meeting of the Mechanics'
Union last night, u proposition was
made tiut Die executive committee
lm givon dibCietion as to the pledges
to be obtained from candidates for
the Legislature, so that if deemed
necessary the platfoim might ho
waived to secure tho men wuuil,
MessrH. W. R. Sims and P. O'Siillivan
resigned fiom the executive com
mittee and the Union. Their reason
for this action was that tho Union
had departed from its first principles
by allying itself with a faction in
politics, and besides they could not
support some of tho nominations
(lulling favor with the rommitteo.
KAN DIES, choice and
kinds nl the "EPte."
MRS. OSBORNE, late or the "Ar.
cr.de," has recently returned from
Ban Francisco with a variety of Fancy
Goods, of the latest designs, which she
will offer for sale at the "Arlington
Parlor," MONDAY, December 23nl.
FOB 30 DAYS
.OUR GRAND SILVER GIFT SALE
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Dining this sale eveiy customer puichiih'mg the amount of i2.50
worth will leccive a handsome
A MEETING of all legal voters of
tho First District who are in favor
of the principles of the Uefoira Party,
will bo Hold at tho Beretani Street
School House, Kulaokaliim, MONDAY
EVKXING, December 23rd, nt 7:UU
o'clock. for the nurnose of riruunizlnt: a
district club to take part in the coming
'er order of the
KTWBBN Kullhi and town n
Bonnet FrnniH. A euiliiblo ic.
ward will hu pit d for iiB leturii lo this
otllce. 4.13 :lt
A SUITABLE reward will be pnid
lor die return of a Small (Jiinut
Buuylc, lost on Tuesday, on Fort stnel.
Return to this olllco. -VM .'It
Come and examine our NEW GOODS, and you will find them much
newer and lower in prices than elsewhere. It is our unalterable determina
tion to have no recourso to misleading or misrepresentation. Our advettiso
tnent truly represents the Goods wc oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hats.
g0 Look at our Hotel Street Window and see the fine display of
Silverware suitable for tho Holidays. rJtH3
The neat apptoach of the holidays and overstock of Goods make it impe
rative that wo make tlie most ludical ami sweeping changes in our pr.iees,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in tlie coining week inn
patrons can secure advantages in
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
THURSDAY, Doc, 26th,
AT H O'CI.IMUt l 31.
Mill in Girt f flonto1 EniHiinhinn- fl
jiiiumuij a aouio ruiuiDiimy,
Which have never been equaled. ,
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
312doLadie8'RalbriggnnlIoae,silk clocked; J doz box, only, f 1.10 fot tho box.
Ladies' Colored Bordeied Handkerchiefs, "good quality; 70'tsado.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST.
g0 Our" Millinery is the finest line exhibited in this city.
0F" Wo will imiko leduclions in all our department.
.CI! AS. J. FISHEL,
12ft lm Tho Lending Millinery House.
Also, a Nn Invoice of Liii's Extracts ii 2 oz. Bottles:
VERVEINE, YLANG YLANG,
CAM ELI A, JOCKEY CLUU,
GARDENIA, ETC., ETC.
A1.S0 A CIIOICB ASSOUTMKNT OI"
BosneU's PerramBsmCases & Sinsle Bottles
ColcTa-'"1 iSonpw Z "ia
t3t Pcar'M Hoapw
I 31 2w
All Valches will be sold way down low during the next two
JMTo ITS JER,3X HT,
Corner Fort & Merchant SlrceU.
Xmas Cheer !
IVr "8. S.
Till'. COMMIT 1'KK.
Corn Fed Turkeys !
101 KOItT STIir.IlT.
Oi'Kici: Ilouits: 0 a. m. to 12 u
1'. m. to 10 I1. M.
Mutual O0n-XwaTELEPH0NE8jJay-3ell 475
Oftyco Hours at Roheilo Lane, I'alaum:
1 !. m. tn.1 c. M. 4111 If
Jos. TINKER, : City Market. , A. . SMITH'S, FORT STREET,
A splendid ftusnrtment of
GflRISTfflAS & m YEAR
D&- CAUD.S -XSa
That imidt ho ceeu to be appreciated.
K. R. HKNimr, President M Mntuiger.
Godkhky llitow.N, Sectetary & Tie.isurcr
John Kna, Vlce-Pre-ldeiit..
Ckcii. Uiiown, Auditor.
IIiih got the clioicCNt lol of
Corn Fed iu Honolulu !
'J hcHii ore upcclally selci ted by hlnnelf.
Come Ono ! Corns All !
Give Your Ordsn Eaily !
t2T l'rlces within tho reach of all.
2B0 "JiBOTII TELEPII0NE83?- 200
City Market, : : Nuuaitu St.
Frank Ji Kroger,
tin removed to a tttoic In Mclucriiy'u
lllocl;, wlicre he hats
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Iil. HprcckclH' Bank, : Fort Ntreel, llouoluln.
IMPORTERS and DEALKRB IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, :-Glassware,
Chandelierfl, Electoliorn, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Cliamlieilain's Patont ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table A- Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoch, and other Agiiculturul Implements,
HANDLES OP ALL KINDS,
Hart's 1'iiteiit "Huplox" Hie HtocK lor 1'ipn & Unit uutuug,-
Manila &. hisal Rope, Rubber Hose.
In do all
Wire Round Rubber Hose, Bpineter-grip;
SprinkleiH t Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Cartiidge Co.,
llarlman'fi Steel Wiro Pence & Steel Wiro9Mals,
"New Process" Rope,
Win, (. Fishei's Wrought Steel Ranges, Nail's Q.uriagn .PuinU,,
flate Oitv Stone Fillers, ." "W 'JT1
"New 1'ionew." Twist Drill,
nnv-2H HU Hail's Patent "Duplex" Die SlocjkH;
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M&itM'& AMmdiJLJAlhMm(i$ft ilMtiii