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TUESDAY, 1)KC. 10, 181)0
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Loavi) enHu'u.. 0:18 8iir. I :I5 liimf
Arrivo Honou'.luil. TitR' ;IU 2:11) ftiil.'t
Lnvi lionoi'i uli. 7:ilti I0:fil iliiil 5 : 1 f.f
Arrive Mono! .. 8t!Ui Uili". lifiii HiMII
Kmi'1 i "Xi eptcil.
Stnir lutiilliiu fimti M mil
Si'lir Illo ouN f i diii Kiiiiliiu
Stni'" .1 nun's Makee from Iv.iuui
Kohr LlhbllliL) ft oiii Knii.il
fcjeltr Wniinahi.for Unhiiltil
Dot! 1 fi
Oor S -t t litis ui, Wo 'fit. for Hongkong
lik Columbia, Goodman, fur l'oit
Stinr Mlkiilmla for Kmini nt 5 in
Stmr W G Hull for Haw sill ami Muni at
10 n in
Stmr Ultuiilino for Maul at ft n m
Solir nry KTo'-tur forKumil
tiehr Laviulu for Kiiuui
VCSSE1S LEAVIHt! TO-MORROW.
Btnir Iwalnnl for Lalmiiui anil Ilama-
kita at 10 a in
Stmr Jus Mnkcc for IC'iu.iI at 4 p in
Uktnc Planter, Dow, for San Fian
clseo CARGOtS FROM ISLAND PORFS.
Stmr Claudine 2934 bags suc.ir, 120
bags pud, 30 baps com, lhoisu
and 100 pKgs sundries.
Sehr Llhnllhu 1800 bags sugar and 40
From Maul, per stmr Cl.uiillnc, Dec
15 -J U Kawaimii, A Fciiiauiles. Miss
Din is. Miss M K.illey, Hon V II Coiu
icll, Hon II P Baldwin, Mis Guv, Miss
Feneira, Miss ooko. J XV Kalua, W
Keating, E Badcr. Mr Rnbeinti-ln, N
Oliland, K Lehman, A Enos, wife and
child, and 3i deck.
For Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W (J
Hall. Dec 1G Mr McGulie.Mr AiH'ibauh,
Mrs Wilis, Miss Blown, Missus A and
K Iloincr, R lloincr, XV C Pmkc,
Ak.ma and about i30 deck.
The steamer Kiiiau is due from Maul
and Hawaii to mot row ieoi ning.
The steamer Likdikc will go on the
Mniino Railway to-monow morning to
The steamer Jas Makeo which arrived
this moi ning did not bring any c.ugo
from Kauai this tiip.
The schooner Libolihois discliaiging
her cargo of sugar on bouid the S-mast-ed
schooner Allen A.
The 3-imsted schooner Allen A is
receiving sugar fiom the Claudino.
The Biitislibaik Ghvan is receiving
sugar fiom the Likeliko.
The Amciicnn liark Columbia, Good
man, sails for Pugct Sound to-day in
The American barkentine Planter
rails for San Fi.uiLiaeo to-morrow with
a c.ugo of sugir.
Tho Geim.ui S S Ohusan, Captain
Weudt, s died foi ongkong this morn
ing at 11 o'clock, with 104 Chiiiebo
6teerago p is-engcrs.
The Biitlsh baik Win Le Lachcur left
Hongkong the 10th September, had bad
weather to Philipine Islands, fiom
thence h id a suiTC-slon of heavy stoi ins
until lc.iehlng tbe eastw.ud of Foimos.i
lat 21 OCX, long 121 57 E, when on
the 12th October had a tcirillc tjphoou,
which causpd seiious damage, losing
the best putt of a suit of sails, and c.n
rying away the main stays. On the .Oth
of October In lat 22 44 X, 141.15 E,
encouiitc-ed another typhoon with
tirotintaitioiis sea, cm led away the
steering gear, which eiiiscd tho ship to
fall in tho trough of the sea, which
caused the ship to labor so heavily that
most of the lanyaids of theiigging
parted, and the foiestay, thence to Lit
27 15 N, long 100.20 W, bad weather
throughout, on the Oih of December
had a severe stoim from X 13 backing to
N W, which occasioned the vesael to
labor heavily cairying away iu a heavy
luich the whole of thostaiboaid main
lower rigging and hud great dllllculty
to scciuo the masts. Arrived iu Hono
lulu 11th December.
THE WORLD OVER.
There is some prospect that Now
York will have a State park in tho
Adirondacks. It is proposed that a
reservation of about twenty-live
miles squaie bo taken, comprising
1,000,000 acres, the same to iuulude
Among the many cases of saving
life from di owning which liavo re
cently been reported to tho Biitish
Royul Humane Society for recogni
tion, there aie thirteen in which tlio
ages of the heroes ranged from
eight yeais to sixteen.
TUo increasing cajl for liuly prac
titioners iu Glasgow has led to the
founding of n medical school for
women in that oily, iu connection
Willi Queen Margaret's College.
There mo already four such schools
n the United Kingdom.
A scliolarBhip of 8200 is offered
by tho Vtissar Students' Aid Society
to a student who shall pass without
conditions all the requiiements for
admission to the Freshman Class of
YtiHHtir College tit the cxaiuimilioiiH
to he held Iu Juno, 1891.
Tho vote of the Methodist
Churches throughout tho coiintiy on
the eligibility of women us delegates
to thu Gencrul Confluence, on tho
21st liiHt. , Htnnil n follow j Vor
women, H,oil2 ngniiibt, II, Oil).
The Ouriimi) churches uio bt 111
almost unanimous nguiibtllui)r(ii)U
LOCAL & QEHlsflAL NEWS.
A nmf.tnjfO lot on HowUifilri atreol
If for wile.
A TltUfP.xtB ttnllcp to JpoMmen Is
prirtti (1 nlrowliPro.
Tur. IJnitrd of Education is in es
rIoii tliiH afternoon.
Mn. Muipus U. Colbnrn has opened
a branch of his draylng businuis itl
A tiitows mare with two white
hind fit, white Mai in fntuhoad,
btiuiilL'il It. .M. niul T h mhoitiMji! hh
lust or hlulmi.
Gr.o V. in; l.oso l'os-i, CI. A. It.,
will huht iu piiftpmiiMl iiiinii il inct'i
ing tin- ovonutg, wht iiTdllii-K foi
tho iMiKiiing yi'iu will hi' I'li'utuil.
Tiinm: will ho u shooiiiig contil
at tho Katuuiiki Hugos Sntuuliiy
aftornoon he twui'ii tianid fioin II. It.
iM. H. Nyinpho and tho Hawaiian
An mtii'lo biguuil by "CI. V." has
bci'ii riH'i'iM'il nt thin oillco which
will bo puhlishi'd as soon as n icepou
iihlo nuniu is fuiwiirded to us as a
guiirantco of good faith.
Tin: Iluwafiau Iluidwtuo Co. has
on exhibition u tinolotof nuwOliiinl
niiiH goods. To give ovoiyboily tho
chance of inspection tho htoro will
bo kept open of evunings.
Thk pl.uitcrs are still earnestly
pursuing a solution of tho labor
question. Their action under the
new Chinofcc Act ib still problematic,
but something definite may bu ex
The "Little Lord Fauntloroy"
company will leave for Maui on the
steamer Claudino this evening. Mrs.
Fletcher takes the place of Miss Ruth
Ward as "Dourest" on account of Miss
Ward's intended depaiture for San
Fiancibco by the steamer Austiulia.
Gomks, the jeweler, offers a now
stuck of choice gold and silver juw
ehy and tho veiy latest novelties in
gold and siher watches including
tho following: Howard, Columbus,
split-seconds., B.irtlotl, Elgin, Wal
thain and stop watches in gold, sil
ver and nickel, bloro open even
ings. The I'aeiiic llaidwarc Co. are now
coinfoitably settled in their tempo
raiy quarters in Mclnoiny Block.
They have an immense stock on bale
up stairs and aie offering all lines of
goods at reduced l.ilas. In passing.
do not fail to look at the elegant
show windows downstaiis.
"Everybody's " complimentary
benefit to the California Baseball
Club will be given to-moirow after
noon, when a. match game will be
played between that club and a
picked nine of homo players. The
visitors will return to their own land
by the steamer Australia. They
should have a rousing benefit in re
turn for the undoubted impetus, they
have given the popular game in this
The home nine will be the New
Ilawaiis that played Saturday last,
with XV. Lucas as an alternate
To-moriow's BuixLrm will begin
the eight-page holiday edition,
which will contain, lit sides the regu
lar editorial and local news, a large
variety of general and special read
ing matter together with a large dis
play of new holiday advertisements.
Besides geneial miscellany to-morrow
s is-,uo will contain the opening
chapteis of "Cioss Purposes," a
novelette, by B. T. U. De Leon and a
complete short story entitled, "A
Spectio Helmsman." The latest
maikct iepoits, news summaries,
fabhion notes, sporting and diama-
tic news, etc.
etc., will he made
GRAND II II DAY SALE.
On next Thursday evening Mr. T..
J. Levey will hold a large evening
holida' salo of line English goods
suitable for presents or for house
furnishing. These goods were lately
impoited by Messrs. G. XV. Macfar
lane & Co. The stock to bo sold
will cotnprie iu part fine English
furniture in suites and pieces, fancy
tables of all kinds, choice bric-a-brao,
genuine Havilund China,
plated-wnro, fine bronzes, extra
center rugs, the finest assortment of
small rugs ever imported, engiav
ings, oil paintings, water colors,
A family in Parkersburg, W, Va.,
have been losing meats so often
from tho well where they were put to
keep cool and fresh, that last week
they set u watch and found the
thief to lie a black snake several
The Beethoven House at Bonn is
now open to the public. A large
number of portiaits, busts and auto
graphs, tho composer's violins and
other instruments, his last grand
piano, ntill in good condition, and
thu 1 ura! appliances ho used arc
among the most interesting relics 011
Tho Bight Rev. Dr. Stanton, An
glican Bishop of Noithern Queens
land, Australia, Is pailluiilurly
muscular Christian, During thu
Intu htrlku ho helped non-union men
to load 11 sugar ship, hands being
tiuiirco, ulillu eailliTlnhU episcopate
ho horrllh'd one Bhcupfold of his
hcattcicd Hock by walking from tho
wharf to tlm hoti'l, carrying one end
of his trunk while u Muck nniuuu
cuirlcd thu other,
hMhX ItfJUiMMfch MUWULULU, tt. Jjl. DKOEMMt Id ievu
v w '
Hi i l
lprpnilur 'IVrtii. lMtM. rtrponit Juill.
clary 'licult. I.uli'lun.
Mr. .luitlee Blekcrlon picsidliiR.
C. Cri'lghton, Deputy Attorney
HAWAIIAN' JURY CIIIMINAt. CASHS.
Rex vs. John Cook, forgery, nolle
Rex vs. Mociopio, malicious burn
ing in the third degree. Verdict
Rex vs". ICauliuia, umniliiugliter In
the Hi st dfgrec. Venilct of guilty iu
Hie 2d degree. Sentenced to nine
yean' hard labor and costs. J. V.
Kalua for defendant.
Hex vs. Aaiona Ivnpoi, larceny of
pigs. Verdict not guilty. John
Rioluudson for defend.int.
Rex vs. Kumnkakalliiniu, Iniccny
nf ntiliiiiils. Jirry disagiee and are
discharged. Kalua and Kahuna for
Rex vh. Kaliko, larceny in the
thud dcgieo. Nolle pios. cnteied.
Rex vs. Joaquin Dutra, embezzle
ment. Vei diet not guilty. Kalua
FOHIilOX JUltV CIIIMINAt. CASES.
Rex vs. L. A. Andrews, assault
and battery. Appeal from Maka
wao. Appeal withdrawn.
Rex vs. Peter Joseph, assault and
battery. Appeal from Makawao.
Rex vs, John J. Sylva, selling
liquor without a license. Bail of
Rex vs. Ah Fat, selling liquor
without a license. Appeal fiom
Makawao for mitigation of sentence.
luned S100 and costs.
HAWAIIAN JUltT CIVIL CASES.
Kaluahaole vs. Paemoku. Reple
vin. Appeal fiom Wailuku. Or
dered on banco calendar for June
A. M. Kaliananui vs. B. II. Ka
lianauui. Replevin. Appeal from
Makowao. Continued to the June
term, plaintiff ordered to pay 820
expenses defendant's witnesses.
Nukookoo ct al vs. Macfarlanc
and Hoffmann. Ejectment. Con
tinued to June teim by consent.
Krugcr vs. Ilalsey. Ejectment.
Continued to June term by consent.
Kamakailianu vs. John Wagner et
al. Replevin. Verdict for the
plaintitf. Kalaina and Kalua for
plaintiff; John Richardson for de
fendant. FOREIGN JUItY CIVIL CASES.
Antono R. Bonito s. Wailuku
Sugar Co., agents Hawaiian Board
of Immigiation. Suit to cancel la
bor contract. Continued by con
sent to June term.
Kaimi (w.) vs. Wainee
John Pake (k.) vs. Kalani
Mele vs. Akamu
vs. Kaliae (k.)
A MUSICAL PR0D1QY.
r.Isti ItrHilt, Clilf'UKti Flve-Your-Olil
Elsa Breidt is credited with being
the musical wonder of Chicago.
She is the five-year-old daughter of
Julius Breidt, a jeweler. Three
years ago it was noticed that Elsa
sang the airs that any one might be
playing at the piano. She learned
to play chords with gieat ease, and
showed herself capable of carrying
parts of airs corrcclh. Then she
esbayed the violin with success. A
year ago she began to compose or
improvise. Her mother said re
cently: "One day there was a teni
ble rain and tliuuder storm, and
when it was over Elsa went to tho
piano and plzyed the wildest sort of
an air that almost brought the storm
audits music back to me. She will get
up on the piano stool and begin singing
softly some measure, and after hum
ming it over bevcral times she plays
it. That is the way she composes.
If I play sentimental or lively music
it affects her stmngely. In fact we
cannot play pathetic aiis, as the
tears come to her eyes and she is
much agitated. She enjoys heiself
much as other childien do, but if
she hears the sound of music she
will stand listening with mouth, eyes
audeaiswido open. Any ordinal'
composition she can play after ha
ing heard it once."
The other day Elsa played for a
paity of critics, and showed such
remarkable ability that the musician
D'Albort offered to take her to his
home iu Germany and give her a
thorough musical education at Ids
own cxpenbe. Exchange.
THE HEW WATCH CLUB.
By joining tho California Watch
Club uvery person may Bclect bin
watch, (either ladles' or gentle
men's) which will be haved and de
livered whi'ii the member draws Ills
wutch, Mr. Schieibcr, recently
from tho Const, I1111 chaigo of the
club mid cornea well recommended
as a reliable hiiblucBs man. Thu
club will bo open uvcnlngu until 8
PAMARINOS' Hcfilgendorni lived
J per H. K. "Aiinliiillu" vUth lltu
Iter H. K. "Aiiiiliu 11" vs It 1 I iu
follow IngfiulU, fie., hi plentiful hiip
ilyi I'riiHh Vrtuun Ojkturit Iu tin mid
.lii'll, (,'nhiiy, (iiiillilowmi, Uahhiigo.
Appln, I'ojiu, niiipiu, Km Mini Hileii
I'iiiIU, KuUliik, I'lgi. r.iu., Km
731 iU (jAl.lfOIINIA I'liyicilAiuctT,
A BRIDE FALLS DEAD.
A native cuiplo were married yes
terday and were having their wed
ding dinner, In a Imiise rear of Kail
tiinkapill church, when the bride
Monday, Dec 16.
DKFOKE lUCKKUTOX, J.
Edward R. Ryan, on his own po
tition, is adjudged bankrupt and
Tuesday the 23d Inst, is ap oiuted
for proof of claims and election of
assignee. C. V. Ahfoid for bank
Tuesday, Dec. 10.
See Au,' alias Ah Ynu, opium in
possession, was sentenced to pay
SCO line and S3. 10 costs, and to bo
imprisoned at hard labor (i0 days.
Appeal noted tu Supicme Court. XV.
A. Whiting for defendant.
Five lines of $."i each and two for
feits of 86 eacli were entered for
Edward Bellamy's notion of a pub
lic umbrella has been put into oper
ation in a new street in one of Lon
don's suburbs, where the sidewalk is
sheltered by a glass roof ten feet
wide, supported by slim, graceful
pillars rising from the curb. Every
body hails this innovation with de
light, and theie is a great clamor to
have its use extended throughout
Baseball Grounds !
AT 3;U0 O'CLOCK,
Tcndersd by Everybody to tho
CALIFORNIA BASEBALL CLUB
A Match Game will be playe.t
A PICKED NINE
TjOST or STOLE X
ON Tlitirsd iy, the 11th Inst., from n
stable at Koiulu (near Mr. .1. I.
Dowsctt's), a Blown Mare, two white
hind feet, white star on forehead,
branded II M and T on hip. Person
returning Uio Fame to H. Mortcnsen,
Tramway Stab cs, Piui.dioii, will bo
suitably rcai det I. 737 Ct
NO II CM.
NOTICE is hreby given that Leong
Ning, of the firm of Tal Wo Chan
Co., No. 3S Nuuaini Avenue, has sold
all his Intel est In the aforesaid firm 011
tho 15th day of December. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid firm will
bo settled by T. Q, Y. Alai, Jr., com
mencing from December lGth.
737 2w TAI WO CHAN CO.
$5 REWARD I
LOST from Graud
House, Fort street,
this morning, a White and
Bernard Slut. Anyone
retaining sumo will receive the above
rewaid. H. C. PALMER.
NOTICE is hereby given that Ng Ah
On, of Honolulu, has this (lav
purchased from Ah Young all his In
terest in the gt'ut'ial mcrrhaudlso store,
Mtuntcd on Llllha stieut, Honolulu,
iRland of Oaliuj tho t-ald Ng Ah On
will not bo lesponslble for any bills
against Ah Young from this date.
NG AH ON.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1890. 734 Ot
NOTICE lh heieby given that Ciiong
Guln Is 110 longer a manager
(from this day) in the biislucHS of
Kwong I-'ook Tal, of Ilanalel, Kaimi,
0ug.ir pluuti'iM and store keepers), and
Mr. Chong Oiunu will bo the uow ap
polntul manager fiom date, mid lie Is
the only uiio who U authoi bed to sign
the lh 111 ii.ime.
KWON'G TOOK YUKN.
Honolulu, Dee. 2, lh'KI. 725 2w
HEAD THIS !
FOR ever' H0 Hawaiian or other
I'nclllc Islands' .stamps iceeived, I
wl 1 post four I nglUh llluMrntcd papeid
per week for a iimuili, or will send one
of the latest Kngllnli, Frciiuh, Qcrnuin
or hpunlbli uoeli, htumpg of other
coiuitiles sent Iu exchange for those of
Hawaii. All miiiiuer of ai tides sunt in
exchange for uted postage stamps and
poatenrds under special arrangements
JULIUS T. A8I1TON,
Iinpoiter, Wllhlngton, Nr. Manelu's
ter, England. 7051m
Z11 vcrkaufen !
Ueher baud it .Moor,
,ur giilcii rtluinlit,
Weikii vou hiiiiiiumv, eto,
.Viiclidiw ii ciriigitn Iu tier Rxpmll.
Ilmullii.tx lllatlej. 7ti:'lw
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
I 'W (WlUUilJH. itutwjy Towi iimtter
Mnllul I fninlirii "Oiii)tria, f pur
JiiMIUIJJMf ' Ml' I
mi i mi '' i .
Book, News & Stationery
MF8ubicribcrs desirinc chancre
in their Mibpcriptions tu mnga
tineei and newnpapers will kludl)
lolifv us lor outgoing mail.
jOTAll lubscrintioni havi
No need to GIVE tlolU wn
to indueo trade, our price defy com
prwe do not GIVE laces and
Irces goods away, but we do ofloi
In our own legitimate lines at
SUK QUIt MAONIKICENT LINE OF
From 20 cents each and
up ward 1 j
CELLULOID DRESSING SETS,
Presentation Cups fc Braicers,
Diaries for 1801,
Xmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Thos. G. THRUM,
1730 lOt Proprietor.
Diamonds & Other Precious
LATEST fJOVKI.riKB IN
Gold & Silver Watches
S&" OPENED EVENING -0
WING WO TAI CO,
No, SS Slaunnu Avenue,
Have received per S. S. "Chuaan"
from Hongkong and Yokohama
Ebony & Pearl HallFarnitnre,
Satin Pillow Shams,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OT
Silk Shawls & Handkerchiefs,
Orapo Silk, Fern Poti,
DINNER and TEA SETS,
Of tho latest patterns ;
Jj'resh Crop Tea,
No. 1 Manila Cigars,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Will have Honolulu for the above
Friday, Dec. 19th,
For Freight or I'as-ngo, apply to
Wm. O. IHWIN & CO., 10,
714 lw Agents
The Puclflo Mall S, S. Co.'i Fluent
Will mil for
tUrYor freight or paiiao apply to
H. HAOKFELD & CO,,
m u iHMti,
THE VE11Y LATEST IN
A large invoice of which lias been received direct from the manufacturers.
Ulnar & Hy Ico Ghosts & Mriierata,
RUBBER HOSE, SPRINKLERS and
HOSE REELS, STOVES & TINWARE.
A NEW INVOICE Ex "EDWARD MAY."
Paiits, Oils, VaraisliGS, Liricatini Oils, .
SST During occupation
out al special rates.
tQt New Goods expected by the
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS YEEK IN HOLIDAY GOODS !
Gentlemen's Furnishings, L:ulies'& Children's Hosiery,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Scarfs, Liuen, Tray Cloths,
Splashers, Sideboard Coveis, Ten Cloths, Hand Satcheis, Purses,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk Uuibielias, Parasols, Manicure and
Dressing Cases, Albums
AND A FINi: LINE OF
LadioB & Children's Jackets, Rugs & Bain Coats, Etc, Etc.
P. S. Will be open evenings until after Christmas.
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS:
Toys, Dolls, Musical Boxes, Dressing Sets.
FULL LINE OF
BLACK HOSIERY, C. P. & D. P. CORSETS, Etc, Etc,
SrOPEN EVENINGS -a-
JOS. HUBASri, FRANK J. KRUQER,
Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry
A FINE SELECTION OF
Pins, Bracelets, Etc., Etc.
Ladies' & Gent's M i Silver I atches,
OF FIRST-CLASS QUALITY.
All kinds of Jewelry,
aarUoods warranted as represented and marked in plain figures.-
Photographers, Attention !
MESSRS. H0LUSTER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex "AUSTRALIA" ANOTHER SUPPLT OK
M. A. Seed Dry Plates !
Best Photographic Plate Extant.
. FOR SALE UV
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10U Fart Mtnel, ft t t HmimMhIm, H, I
the Holidays !
Co.'s Art Rooms,
of temporary quarters, lines are being closed
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LI,
Temporary Olllce in Mclnerny Block, Fort street.
- ; GUNN
suitable for the holidays, at reasonable
PROFESSIONALS AND AMATEURS