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Williutn T. Itobinson 1ms been
couuuitisioncd an Deputy Assessor k.
Collector nf Taxes for tlio District of
Wiilluku, Maui, vice John II. Kiel'
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Doc. 23, 1SS0. 4:1") 2t
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MONDAY, DEC. 23, 1889.
Stun Milaihahi from Kauai
ittmr J A (Jiminiiiid from Koolau
.Selir Kualokalftom Kauai
Sohr Mary for llaimlel
Stun Likcllko from M1111I
Am vli bk Abraham Hatkor, Giffunl, 2ii
dnysfiom Sun l,riiiiciic'i.
i chr l.uinl:i from Ewa
reach giitihunl Clnmpla'm from Tahiti
Am hKt S 0 Wilder, (SilMihs for Han
Am lricOO Whitmoic, Waul, for Poit
Am wh lik Ahrnhiun Parker, (ilfiiml,
for h cruiM'
Schr AIlllo Jloiris for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hull for Lahaina, MaaUen,
Kona. Kan and the Volcano at ID
o'clock a m
Stuir Pelo for Kona ports at 11 .1 111
.Stuir Jillkuhala for Kauai at A p in
tJtinr Kaahi for N'awlliwill and Hana-
ninulu at 5 a in
.Stmr Likclikc for Maul at 5 p in
Hum-.) A Cummins for Koolau at 0 a m
Hr bk Omega, Hi own, for Hongkong
Schr Mol Waliinc for llamukua
Sclir Mary for ilannlei
.Sc.lir KaiilKcaouli for Ilamakua
rrom San Francisco, per tern W S
Uowne, Dec 21 jils Bruns, Mr 1'ciry,
Mr Itoynolds, Mr Smith and 1) Salvlna.
Froui Kauai, per stmr Mikahila, Df c
22 Miss Necclham, A M bproull, W
hpeneer, A Hiuu, II Wcibke and wife.
Henry flood, Miw L Kala, Mis L
Damlena, Mr tjnlffen, .1 Chinese and 25
For San Francisco, per ukt S G Wil
der, Dee 22 Mr Hnddy and 1 Nann
ton. For the Colonies, per H M .S S Zca
landla, Dec 21 JJaionusH M K van
Auierlhig, 1 steerageind 74 passengers
F10111 Maui, per stmr JJkellke, Dee
23-.1 1 Saunders, V II IIutehinoa, Mr
Wolfe, J Caspar, L W Ziunwiilt, Miss N
Daniels, W B Lockwood, Miss I'lemer,
MIsh Schcon and i!2 deck.
Stmr Likclikc brought this morning
5,0-1(5 hags sugar, 40 hides, and 120 pkgs
The birkentine S G Wilder took yes
terday for San Francisco, 10,.ri!)(j bags
.sugar shipped by O Brewer & Co; 2,515
hags wigar, Cattle & Cooke; and 500
belts bananas, Campbell, Matshall & Co.
The caigo weighed ueaily 850 tons,
valued at &77,5H.05.
The schooner Alcalde was loading
lumber at l'inet Sound for Honolulu
The steamer J A Ctimtnitw brought
1.100 bag& from Koolau on Saturday
The steamer Mikahala bt ought 02C
bags sugar, 242 bags rice, 150 sheep, and
The baikO O Whltmoro sailed to-day
in ballast for Pnget Sound.
AUCTION JALES TO-MORROW.
JIT J. P. HUltGAK.
At' 10 o'clock a. m., at. the store
of Mr. A. Kraft, King street, the
balnncu of his slock of jewelry,
clocks, musical instruments, etc,
At 7 p. 111., last Christinas sale.
CENTRAL UHI0U CHURCH.
The festival of Chiistuins was ob
borved at this church yesterday by
Hpccial services. In the morning
there was a large congregation to
hear tho Sunday School render the
Christmas Cantata Iininanuel. It
was well sung under Mr. A. I), llis
soU'b direction, Mr. Myron Jones
presiding nt the organ.
In the evening a Christmas praise
bervlce was held, there being a good
congregation present. The choir
tendered several special anthems
with much skill and taste, and the
I(cv. Dr. Bcekwith'a address was
appropriate to the occasion. The
Nov. W. C. Merritt assisted in the
Next Wednesday, Dec. 2flth, is
tho day of the solemn commemora
tion or tho nativity of our Lord le
Htts. It is a feast of obligation, kept
by the Catholiu Church, from the
Apostles' time, in memory ot our
Saviour's birth at Bethlehem, and is
called Christmas, from tho muss ce
lebrated on that day, in honor of his
holy birth. Religious services at
the Cathedral on that dny, as fol
lows: 4:30 n..ni., low masses begin,
nnd continue till 9. Holy Commu
nion from thoSdmas3 to the last low
one. 10 a. 111., high pontifical mass,
St. Louis College Choir performing
Ihe musical part, followed by bap
tism of infants and adults. 3 p. in.
confirmation, rosary, benediction,
The previous day, Tuesday, Deo.
24th, Is a day of fast and abstinence.
Tin: war on Turkey will he initial
I'd nt Nolle' lit noon to-inonow.
Tun bund Hives a conceit nt Ennnii
Squitto (his evening :it 7:110 o'clock.
Tin French gunboat Ohamphtin
in lived in poll this nfteinoon flout
TilK Kainehnnieha Jim. easily heat
the Inlanis on Satutday ttfturnoon,
Tin: W. (L Hall nails at 10 o'clock
loiuoirow liioinintf for Muni and
Lr.wis A Co. luvo genuine pine
Olnistiiuis tices fill sale. AIho, fi tills
of every kind.
fio.Muvcry impoi taut businetw items
appear elaewhere fioin Mr. F. II0111,
the Pioneer candy man.
Tin; It. M. S. Heiiliuidia left for the
Colonies a few minute!) after eight
o'clock Satuiday night.
Tim l'oht Olnco loooived -12 bag
mail fioin the Zcalaudin, including IS
hags for the I'aicels pos-t.
lIoDHr.Kii:initM will he glad lo
learn that Ghineee New Year fallH
on Mondav, January 20, IU',10.
Mr.SBHS. J. 1). SprcckelH Bros. hao
established 11 lino of mailing vcscU
hctwecn San Diego and New Yoik.
Mcs-iKi". Egan it Gnnn will keep
then store open this evening. They
have 11 splendid assortment of good
TilK crew of Il.U.M.S.E'-piegle will
have a practice game of cricket on
Wednesday afternoon on the Makiki
A c'Ai'iTAi. tiling lo stop a cough
and heal the lungs is Dr. Lo.ier'i
cough Byrup, for sale at Hollister it
Tiik Sunday chool of the Chinese
Church, Fort street, will have their
ChiislninB tree Tuesday evening at
6 ::i0 o'clock.
Tun harkentinc S. G. Wilder took
a mail to San Fruncifco on Sunday
consisting of 240 letler and 2.r pack
ages of papers.
The Likclikc will not ieete any
more freight for Huelo, until tlio
freight eho has now on hoard is land
ed. Bad weather is the catiMo.
Wi: are glad to learn that air. It.
D. Walbridge, who wan hurt on th
steamer Likcliko, is doing very nice
ly and will soon bo well again.
Mn. Wm. T. Itobinson has heen
appointed Deputy Assessor and Col
lector of Taxes for tlio district of
Wailttkti, in'placo of J. H. Slclling,
A SPECIAL lehcarsal of the choir of
the Bocond congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral will be hold this
evening at tho church at 7 o'clock
shaip. Full attendance requested.
Ikci.uded in tho cargo of the Zca
lnndiatotho Colonies were 1,573 cases
canned fruit, 9,230 cases, 219 barrels
and -133 half bairels of salmon, 12.815
pounds diied ftttit and 15.480 pound
Tub Christmas dinner at tho Ha
waiian Hotel will bo held Tueeday
ovening from fi to 7 o'clock. Chiof
Stoward P. M. Lucas proposes to
havo a bill of faro that will please
overybody, and .will contain all the
delicacies of the season, besides other
Ifc the Police Court this morning
L. Doiking, better known as red
headed Derky, who was sent out of
tho country sovcral months ago, was
sentenced lo ten days at hard hibot
for assault and battery on Miller.
Thirteen dt links had to pay tho usual
To-xiaiiT nt 7 o'clock, Mr. L. J.
Levey will hold his last Christmas
salo. Toys, dolls, china, ghtsswaie,
clocks, mgs, and a general tiHsort
tnent of tisoful articles for piesonts
will ho sold without rcsorve. Ho sure
ami go, for llicie will ho haigains to
A i.kttuh from San Francisco 10
coived on tho Zealandia bays, The
rainy weather is at an end. For tho
Fcapou far nioie lain has fallen than
in any year since 1848. Lowlands
aro Hooded, but compaiatively littlo
damage has been dnno. Next sea
Mill's crops f-hould bo unusually
At SI. Andrew's Cathedral on
CluifitmaH Day at 11:15 a. in., tho
second congregation will havo a spe
cial service. Tho choir will consist
of twenty-llvo voices, and will rondor
a special To Detini and Jubilate. Tho
anthem will ho the locitativo "Com
fort Yo" sung by Mr. T. May, ami
the choiiis, "And tho gloiy of tho
A smai.t, postor was picked up this
morning on Fort street, which load
as follows: "Grand magic hintotii
exhibition at Koolau, December 24th,
1889. V. F. Love, general miuiager,
J. L. Torbort, head ushor." This
must he an exhibition witli one of
thofco lino magic lanterns on sale at
tho Pacific Hardwaie Company's
Tnu Very Rev, Father J. Sasia.S. J.,
of San Francisco,infornis tho Bisliopnf
Olha, that Rov. Father Bouchard is
seriously, if not dangerously, sick.
This is a sad disappointment for tho
Euglish-spoaking Catholics at Hono
lulu who expected that celebrated
preacher in January for a miesion. If
Fr. Bouchard rocovers sufficiently,
he will he hero in the xpring.
The blcntncr JJkclikc did not ar
rive until Ibis morning ftom M-uil,
having heen detnincd hj licsivy woa
lliet and other reasons. Capl. Davis
reports tho Hawaiian hark James A.
King athoto on tho southwest side
of the entrance In Ktditilui harbor.
She is full of water with her stern
high and thy. The Jntnes A. King,
in enintn.ind of dipt. Horry, nnived
off Kahtilui, iM"atii, Sunday morning,
with a load of lumber for Wilder &
Co. The pilot hoarded her, and two
anchors were let go as she neared
the entrance. The veiscl failing to
connect with the ouler httoj1 came
inside, and, although threu boats
wero sent from the Likclikc and
there was other assistance, the King
diugged ashore, .going, as stated
above, on the southwest side of Ihe
The James A. King was a bark of
CIO tons icgislcr and owned by
Messrs. Wilder & Co., who bought
her two years ago. She has been
running .between Kahtilui and San
Francisco during the sugar soa-jon,
and at other times engaged carrying
luniner. Ut?r cargo on this trip con
sisted of l.")0,000 feet of lumber,
which is fully insured. The vessel
is insured for So, 04)0. A survey was
held and tlio vessel and cargo' were
to he bold at noon to-day. Capt.
iJerry and his wife, who was on
hoard, and the crew wore all saved.
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, the Hit-hop
ot Honolulu held an ordination,
when he admitted tho Hev. Herbert
II. Gowen to the order of priest
hood. There was a good congrega
tion present, anil the I?evs. Alex
ander Mackintosh and W. II.
Barnes assisted in the services.
Tho Kev. II. II. Gowen, the new
ly ordained pncst, arrived in Hono
lulu in September, 188G, and in
December of the same year was or
dained a deacon. He was educated
at St. Augustine's College, Canter
bury, and is the ablest Btudent of
that institution sent to the islands.
His sermons, always extempore,
arc scholarly, and lislcnid to with
For the past year or more Mr.
Gowen has had charge of the Chi
nese congrcgal ion ot St. Andtew's
Cathedial, and has raised stifllcient
money lo build a new church. Steps
arc now being taken for its erection.
The rev. gentleman's work ns Pre
sident of the Blue Ribbon League is
well known tnjtlns community, where
he is held in the highest respect.
Itoyal Hawaiian Band will
public concert this evening
at Emma Square commencing at
7:30 o'clock." Following is the pro
0 ert 111 e Tho Exile f ianir
Polka The Dragoons Fahtluch
Finale Taiinhatiser Wagner
Iteniinisconees of Donizetti .... Goutrey
Hooheno, Kttpa I.oko, OiwI Xani.
Fantasia Emperor's Iicvlow
Scliottioehc Slightly on the Mash.Senii
Waltz Vienna Chronicle blraitss
Qttailrllle TulIpatloM orfviibauh
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band Concert at Emma Square, at
M. C. A. book-keeping class
Harmony Lodge Xo. 3 1. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Sale of holiday goods nt sales
room of L. J. Levoy, at 7 o'clock.
Meeting of legal voters first dis
trict, nt lleictania St. Bchoolhouse,
Special meeting Staff and Line
Officers Honolulu Rides, at 7:30.
Thkui: will be a special meeting of
tlio Pacific Sugar Mill on Thitrtdav
at 2:30 p. m at the office nf F. A.
Schacfet .A- Co.
AT F. HORN'S. You
money's woith atocry
BARGAINS hi Jvmas Cakes of the
best quality, at the Plainer Steam
Candy Factory, llaUeiy anil Ice Cieani
THE moat comfn
table and largest
X Ic rreiim Pallor
Cieaiii at P. IIOHN'ri.
and rlehcM of
AT the Pioneer
Steam Candy F.tc-
X lee Cieani Par
lors, you will Ibid tho latgest stock of
CluiBtmas confectionery. Jiotel between
I'm t and Nmiiuiu stieets,
l? HORN can affoid lo sell cheaper
A' than any other evabllshment hi
llonoluln, being Practical Master of his
liade and manufuclures the goods him
pelf. No expensive labor employed,
I?AMILIES and evciybody else
-l nun it to itieir
l'lnurer Strain Candy Factory, Bakery
and I'leasuntleo Cieani Parlors, Hotel
hi'tweeu Foit and Xiumiiii htieets
IN Kalihi nnd town n
Frame. A gultablu ip.
want will bo paid for its return tothlti
Qlllrc. 4 111! ill
ASUlTABLi: reward will bu paid
for thu return of a Hmull Gaunt
it'inglo, lost on Tuesday, on Fort Mn ot,
Return to thU olllcu. -l.'iii
Fracii, Bmrjift M American Dry ai Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
l'TI.L 1.1 XF. OK HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, HH M Black iss in IM & Plain
Uhtek Spanish Lice Flouncing, front $1 y.ttd ttpwnid.
JMuck Chanlilly Lice Flouncing, fioin i'2 yard Upward.
Hem, Oti'iun it White Oriental Flouncing, front fiOots y.ttd upward.
Kxlra Heavy (new style) Oiicntnl Flouncing, ftom 9l.2o yatd tipwaid.
!let6 in Pink, Biue,
assotttnenl of ail shades of
Oiaitt Kiblion. Yelu't Kugtt in till sui s just received.
Ilcsl variety in Cambric, Swis,s A Nainsook ICinhroiduues tt
g1& Diessniaking Dcpartinent under tho mamtgeinoul
HAS JUS? EEOSIVBD jpar "AUSTRALIA,"
Cape CodCnanhrries, Attnore's Mince M!c.it, Maine Blueberries 21b tint, Yel
low Tut nipt, Carolina Sweet l'otaltics, Choice Applet, ()ninn, New Ciop
linigiiit, New Crop Pi tines, I'ct.'inn Diifs, Smyrna Figs (hiiimII boxes), Al
ntonds Walnuts, llta7il NTul, Filberts, l'ecan,
MAPLE SYRUP, CRANBERRY SAUCE IN GLASS JARS.
Buckwheat Flour, New York Cheese, llatus, Haeon, Smoked llenings,
Smoked Beef, Gcrninn SuiiMige?, in tin foil, ICils Salmon Bellies. Table
Fitiils in glass and tint, and a General Avsoilnient of
Groceries, Suitable for the Holidaya or Any Other Season.
?"Lean your otdeis, or ring up No. 110.
CAMARINO'S CiMf. ivia Pmit
Mitckit and Ban Frmchro Prull
Depot, received per l,55e-il itnliu," t'elury,
hroztn Uyster?, Uiuli Mower, talihage,
Applet, Ginpps Pears, Oped- Fruits,
Nuts, all in prime conititi.'ii Miiiunl
I clcphotie 'Al. ' -:U lit
MINCE PIES or ex
tra line quality,
baked fresh every ilnv al
the "Pllte." i.tt -M
tail most tlehelniis lee
X Cream for the holirta.N
obtain at the '
Klito lee, Ci eatn Fat lot ,.
rH E greatest variety in Fancy Candy
X ami linn-Bon Boxes, vou'wlll Hud
at the "Lllto."
XM AS CAKES, very rich nnd tate
tul, ornainenteil at the "Kllte."
KANDIES. eJioleoaiid fre
khHl at the "Ebte."
Stop That Cous'h !
"jlTAXY people neglect whnttliey cill
ItX a simple cold which", If not
checked la time, may lead to hunt
trouble. Dr. LOZIER'3 COUGH SYRUP
will not. only stop the couidi, bin heal
thulungii. Try it. Korsaloai
415 3m HOLLISTER &. CO.
account of bad wo!hcr, thero
will ba no moro frelcht lcnelved
for Huelo until the freiuht now on
board the Bteimcr "Mkoliko" in landed.
WH.DER'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, Den. 2J, 18M). I It
for a iilnlil-Mii it.
XX Apply to
C. BRKWER & CO.
Special Meeting of Stock
holders. A SPECIAL meeting of th-i Mock,
holders of the Paoltlo SugtrMlll
will be hold nt the olllcu of ,Mjbih.
F. A Solmofer & Co., 011 THURSDAY',
tho 20th iust., at 2:30 o'clock v. m.
Ilnuohdu. Dec. 28, 183i. -ti-'i St
A MEETING of all legil volurs ol
the First District who are In favor
of the piinciplc'i of the Kolmm Puity,
will bo held at tho BeretunU Streni
School Ho'iso, KuliioUiihtin, MONDAY
KVENISO, December 'JrfrU, nt 1 XM
o'clock, for the puipose of organilng a
dlbtrlct club to take part It. the mining
election. Per order of the
4!J1 2t CENTRAL COMMITTEE
Jos. TINKER, : City Market.
Mm got tho cl 0 ten. lot of
Corn Fod in Honolulu !
These Broepccinlly sehetvd by hlinielf.
Come One ! Come All !
Give Your Orders Early !
280 -tSaUOTH TELEPIIONESsr 200
Red, Cream & Biack.
Cashmere, Moircc, 'utin & Oro
l ale at
A. L SMITH'S, FORT STREET,
A splendid iiosott treat of
CHRISTMAS & M EAR
Ca5 CVltl.S -3ft
Tlir.t ititiBt be sern to be upprceind d.
tgr Prices within the
ie-ii h ol all.
Frank J. Kruger,
Has renionl ti a "tnie In MeltiermV
lilock, where he Ii is
And is prtptrcd to lo all
432 vatch Bepairln'.
Has received auothci lot of
NEW -:- GOODJS
utal see them.
tST Store Open Every
Fort Street abovo Kiufjf.
421) 1 11
Suitable MvEoliflay Gifts
1 hive Just received from the ninnufnc
turorh In Ireland a laru and assorted
alil pnionl of Irirtli Linens of nil MiuIk.
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and beautiful palirnih with
KaokitiH to tantoh, from the cheiineM
to tho bcht qualities manufactured.
In nil at los ami prices guaranleid,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all fetylca ami qiiulliiis.
Of all tniikes nml patterrif, the llneit
selection ever Imported. Aho,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c &c
AIfo, a few verv choice
CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Mmuilactured by Marcus Ward it
Ladies & G -
AT ("iUKATl.Y l!KI)t CKD PRICKS
Also, a New Invoice of Mil's Extracts ia I oz. Boliles:
VKRVKIXE, YLAXG YLANG,
CAMKLIA. .IOCKKY CLUIL
CARDKXIA, ETC., ETC.
!o v cinurrj
(osiisll'sPerfufisiflCasss & Single Bottles
C'olsfJitc'" ir?cs :
wceks. 431 2w
All Watches will be old
V.. ft. IlKKimr, I'resldfnl & Managir.
tsonrni'.r Buowx, Seeretarv ,: TieaMiu-i.
HAWAIIM HARDWARE CO.,
tlpo. Niirt'ckolN lCmik, : IFovt Strtet, Honolulu.
I.MPOUTEHS and UEALEHS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, Klectolier-", Lamjis it Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils A Varnishes, Laid Oil, Cvbnd"r Oil,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chamberlain's Pntont;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Waie. Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Pl.inteis' Steel Hoes, and othei Agiiunltur.il Implements,
HANDLF.S OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !. ,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Slock for Pipe it Holt Cutting, i .
Manila A, Sisal Hope, Rubber Hose,
Wire Pound Ituliber Hone, Spiuetei-grip;
Sprinklers A Spi inkier Stands,
AGK.NTrt 1TOIC t
Union .Metallic Cartridge Co.,
Ilaitman's Steel Wire Fenco A Steel Wire Mat-",
"New Piocoss" Rope, ' - jj ffi
Win. -G. FishetV Wrought Steel Ranges, ' Neat's C.trrLigr PjjnU, V
Gate Citv Stone Filteis, ' ' f
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nnv-2(.l-S0 Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die SUicks.
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
Ufis 6 .LBtJlJ j.,
OUIl GRAND S1LVE11 GIFT SALE
On MOHDAY, DecembBr 16th, 1880,
DnrliiR this sale eveiy customer piirehneine; the anmiint nf ffiJ.50
worth will receive a handsome
Conio and examine our NEW HOODS, and you will jind them much
newor and lower in priced than elsewhere. It it, our unalterable dot initia
tion to havo no rocouiBO to inihleading or misrepresentation. Oifr iulvcrthe-ini-nt
tttily reptchentu tho Goods wo oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladicfj' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hats.
$J3 Look ntour Hotel Stteet Window and bco the fine diaplay nf
Hilveiwaro Htiitahlu for tho Holidayti. JO
Tho near apjiroaeh of the holidays and nvoistook of (Joods inake it impe-
i.ilivo that we make thu limit iiidical and tiweopiue; ehangea in our pricett,
and wo feel fully justified in publicly m-tortlnc Unit in the coniin week our
patious can eecmo advantngi'N in
Dry Goods, Milliiiery & Gouts' ForiisliE GooJs
Which have never been equaled.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
:tl2do. Ladies' UalbrigKan Hobe.nlk clocked; dor.hox.otily 1.10 for the bos.
Ladictt' Colored Jiunlcieil llandkerehiof(i,"i;ood quality; 75 etna doz. l
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST,
0" Out Millineiy ia tho finest line exhibited in thin city.
Er,Wo will make reduction in all our departments.
Dl'RIXLi TIIK HOLIDAYS.
way down low during the nct two
Corner Fort & Mcrchant Streets.
John K.va, Vice-Presiileitt.
Cr.uu. Unow.v, Auditor.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
OR 30 DAYS
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Lending MUllnory Houws