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WUDNHSDAY, DKO. 17, 18UU.
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LOCAL & CENTAL NEWS.
A Nici.i.Y fiiuiitdud
ui Adams liuii'.
ouni id In lei
Ir you vvniit line
Hit! Mite pitrlnM.
oniidies call nt
A m:wAui) is oll'eicd
of ii lady's handbag.
for tin1 return
A woman or gill is wanted to do
lunifuwork in u tminll family,
Fitozr.N oystorn und game ut tho
Now Modul. Open all night.
Tin: Hawaiian Hardware Company
will bo open lo-iuuriow evening.
Mystic Loiiou moots to-night for
the liiiiniinUiun of ulllceis for new
A committal for contempt 18 10
corded in our Supremo Couit lccord
m - .
Tin: monthly business meeting of
iho V. M. U. A. will bo hold to-moi-jow
On next Friday Mr. Jaw. I iM or
gan will soil a huge lot of choice 11a
yiinu cigars ut uuetion.
Jin. Jas. F. MohgAn bus
ceivid und has for bale 100
fine Now Zealand potatoes.
Tun bkwnor W. G. Hull, outwntd,
was delayed four bonis at Luhuinu
yesteiduy by tno bieaking of a valve
Plush embioidoied table bciufb,
torchon lace t-cuifs and tichis, at veij
low prices, at Sachs' ytore, 104 Foil
Hawaiian Lodge" No. 21 F. & A.
M. meet this evening at half-past
Boven o'clock for work in tho second
An acceptable present, n pietty fan
or a good bund satchel, immense
variety can be found at Sachs' store,
101 Fort street.
Messrs. Henry Davis & Co. will
receive by tho Alameda on Saluiday
a limited number of California pino
Now is tho time to advoitir-c in tho
Uulixtin's eiglit-'ptgo holiday edi
tion. Secure space und good local
notice before it is too lute.
A special meeting of the stock
holdeis of the O. K. & L. Co. will bo
bold ut tho Cb'imber of Commotce
Wednesduy morning at 11 o'clock.
You can get anything you want in
the lino of Christmas cheer ut the
Elite Ico Gicun Pailois. See theii
new advertisement in another
Mil. II Ito, the now Secretary to
the Japanese Consulate, called on
iho Minister of Foreign Afl'.iiis this
morning. Mr. Bun, the retiring Se
cretary, will leave by tho steamoi
China on tho 25th inst.
Mk. T. G. Tiikum, publisher of" tho
Hawaiian Annual,' will have a sup
ply icudy for orders by to-morrow
noon for tho convenience of the out
going mail by tho Australia.
Go and see the fancy bordoicd
ladies' handkerchief that N. S. Sachs
is selling for u dollar u dozen, it is an
immense bargain, nl&o children's
painted handkerchief at-GOcts dozen.
Mu. J. H. MabV, under date of the
12lh, writes the Wilder Sleumehip
Co. that the volcano is very active,
and that tho weather hud boon very
had but was changing for tho bettor,
Lewis J. Levey will hold u mag
nificent holiday sale of fine furniture,
rugs, bilver plated wuio, Huvilund
china, etc., etc., to-morrow ovoning.
lUberved scats for ladies. 'J his is u
special sale of u conigninent of
goods imported by Messrs. G. W.
Mucfurlunc &, Co.
On next Saturday evening Mr. Jab,
F. Morgan will hold an evoning sale
of a largo assortment of holiday
goods, comprising bronze tvarc, fans,
opoiu glus-sos, toys in huge vaiioty,
nigs, silk handled chiefs, silk um
brellas and a largo vuriety of fancy
goods. Reserved beats for ladies.
C. A. R. OFFICERS.
Geo. W. do Long Posl, G. A. R.,
yesterday evening elected the follow
ing olllcors for the ensuing years
Comrade John Ross, P. C.
Comrade,. N, AVilght, V. C.
Comrudo W. II. Wagoner, J. V. C.
Comrade R. Jav Greene, Q. M.
Coiiijado S. McKcngtic, O. U.
Comrade Sherman, Chaplain.
Comrade N. H. Kiiicrbou, Surgeon.
HAVAIIANS IH UTAH.
Mr. W A. Kinney has telegraph
ed from Kail Luke, Utah, to Colonel
Mut'furlunt', at Hun Francibco, to
(lie effect Hint Hiuvuiluiib there,
jiuuriiig Hint tliu (JoYuriiiiiuiit wut
going tp kcihI for tlicitli Imil Uv lo
imovIiIu for tliu wilder mill would
Miffur piivnilnn In coiiuhiiiciioj me
ji'su Hwuiiihli'g miih luii for llii'in
jijiliii'illiitely, Tlii'io him "limit HO
ol tlu'itu ntfujklluil uu'llvi! IIuwiiIIuiiv
Wi:i)sr.si)AV, Deo. 17.
nt'.t'oitr. M'cui.i.r, .1.
In re buiikru)toy of Alia. Usiiik
rupt failing to pioiiuee certain books,
is ordered to bo imprisoned until he
shall deliver up said book8,pioviilud,
however, the iinpiisoutni'iit shall not
exceed ten days. V. F Frcur for
the assignee j J. M. Uaxidson for
To-day's llui.i.nriN contains be-,
sides a largo number of new holiday
adwitisenients, spicy editorials and
full local notes, prospectus of the
Honolulu Alhletlu Association,
choice selections of poetry, short
sketches ant) stories, wit and hu
mor, notes on the gentler sex, the
ntiieal chat, coast news, brief men
tion, thi' llrt chnpteis of a chuim
ing Christmas story by T. C. Do
Leon, and goneial miscellany.
TRIBUTE TO TAVERrilER.
The friends und admireis of the
late Jules Tavernior have appointed
Monday uftcinoon the '22nd inst.,
for a lloral decoration of his monu
ment ut the Nuuunii Cemetery,
which has now been erected by the
IJohcmian Club of San Francisco.
This should bo a fitting opportunity
for the Hawaiian public to show
their appreciation of that great artist
who did so much to further the in
terest in our scenery both hero and
Contributions of Doners and
wreaths sent to Mr. Hutchinson's
studio, Nuuanu avenue, on Monday
morning will be properly attended
Few people of our city are aware
of the presence in our midst of one
ot the best of living urlibts in the
person of Mr. Call Kahler, who is on
his nay to the United States from
the Colonics, where hollas spent the
past three years zealously employed
at his ait. One of his productions
brought tho enormous sum of Thirty
Thousand Pounds (S 150,000).
He is u frequent exhibitor at the
Salon of l'ans where Ins woiks are
It is to be hoped that our natural
wonder (the Volcano) will prove at
tractive enough to induce this artist
to give the subject his attention.
Mr. Kahler has been persuaded
to place on exhibition some of his
late works on the hot springs of
New Zealand, which will bo for one
day only, Thursday, Dec 18th, at
tho now art room of Messrs. King
Bros., Hotel street. All arc wel
come. NOONDAY WEDDING.
Mr. Ward S. Bartlett and Miss
Corinne A. Conley were married in
St. Andiew's Cathedral at High noon 1
to-day. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh was
the olliciutor, uniting the couple in
presence of a gathering of their
friends. Mr. Wray Taylor, organ
ist, played wedding marches at the
entry and exit of the bridal pai ty,
with subdued .strains of melody dur
ing the ceremony.
The couple entered mm in arm
advancing up the main aisle to the
chancel, followed by the grooms
man and the bridesmaid, Mr. Alex.
W. Bolster and Miss Cunningham.
The biide looked charming in a
trained diess of heavy cream-colored
silk with long veil, wearing
orange blossoms in her hair and at
her throat and carrying a bouquet.
Miss Cunningham was neatly cos
tumed in India pink silk, wearing a
pink lloral wreath and also carrying
When the twain made one were
seated in the carriage at tho door,
they weie coidially felicitated ly
their friends before driving off
They were driven to the Hawaiian
Hotel for tho wedding luncheon,
after which they were to start, by
way of the Pali, for the country seat
of Hon. John U. Dominis at Waia
lua, where they will enjoy two weeks
of their honeymoon.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
Are you looking for Suitable
Christmas Pi escntsV Then call at
the Drug Store of Hollister & Co.,
Nfe. 100 Fort street, and examine
those beautiful Perfume Baskets,
something entirely now. They have
also a large und varied stock of the
Choicest Perfumes, in plain or cut
glass containers. Brush and Comb
USet8, Travelling Cases, Muuiuuro
Sets, Cuff and Collar Uosces, und
other Toilet Ai tides too numerous
to mention. In Photographic Goods,
they have tho best assortment ever
shown in this market, comprising
every requisite for either piofes
sionul or amateur. Particular at
tention is called to their line of
Camera, any ono of which will make
a Useful and Valuable Christmas
Present. One may plenso their funny
wi.h a "Kodak," (you picss the
button) six different styles to choose
fiom, or u "IIawkoe," or a "I'D
Q," or a School Outfit, or the regu
lation three-legged-uso-u-liood vari
ety. The prices for a complote out
lit i ungo from 88 60 to $12u. Smok
ers and lovers of the weed can Und
at this establishment, the very best
of American and lliivanah Cigius,
Choice Tobaccos and Cigarettes,
Pipes in oudos variety, bitch lib
Mecihchaiim, plain or silver mount
ed, Hilar ditto, Cigar and Cigarette
Ciuos, F,u., Kte, Kpucu will not
i permit u full enumeration of nil llicy
i iiuvu to hlimv yon, cull anil eu for
i MULUbl'KH & CO.
.NDI.r.6 for Xiiiiu. Tii'Ul Wm
uliilin in hfivuijm nnuJIiiil iii!idlu
limit. Youii. liulv, '1'liu I'Mliu lil.
i cum I'urluM." 738 lw I
Elaborate Equipments for the
ProBpectus of iho Associa
A Skilled Tmtntr Ktiflagod Indoor
and Outdoor Spjrls Projected.
Mention has ulteady been made
of the engagement, by Mr. J. W.
Jones while on a vacation trip to the
Pacific Const, of Mr. Mnx II.
Lohi'ide ns gymnastic instructor to
the Honolulu' Athletic Association.
Mr. Jones also bought a full line of
athletic implements for the use of
the Association, the following being
24 pairs Indian clubs,
(! puirs chest pull weights,
2 pniis high back pull weights,
(! sets boxing gloves,
1 udjustublu hoiizonlal bar,
1 exhibition horizontal bar,
1 set parallel bars,
2 gymnasium mattrasses,
1 vaulting hoi so,
1 large striking bag
1 small striking bag )
(both fan turnings).
The grenter part of this slock
will arrive bv the steamer Alameda
Saturday, but some few articles will
not come till next trip of the Austia
Ha. Mr. Loheidclsan all-round ath'ctp
and on his urrb'ul will give insti no
tions on all the apparatus of the
Association. There will also be a
boys' class formed which will receive
the same msti notion as the seniors.
In addition to indoor practices, the
Association will hold a regular Held
day, or open-air tournament. For
tins occasion a committee has been
appointed to make a selection of
events from the list of sports com
prised in the jurisdiction of the
Pacific Coast Amateur Athletic As
sociation. Theie will bo contests in
running wide jump, hop, step and
jirmp, standing wide jump, standing
high jump, running high jump, pole
vault, huidle race, putting 10-pound
'shot, throwing hammer, throwing
50-pound weight, walking and run
ing races, together with baseball
match and other popular field sports.
Across country races will also he
piactiscd. Those participating in
these will send their satchels ahead
to the finishing point, and on the
at rival of all the competitors lunch
will be taken, after which the party
will icturn home in conveyances.
Representative teams will be
organized for competitions in rowing,
baseball, football, etc. All compe
titive spoits will be conducted by
ollicials appointed by the Associa
tion, under rules modeled after those
of the leading organizations" on the
The prospectus of the Honolulu
Athletic Association represents the
most ambitious of all the physical
training enterprises that have, from
time to time thioughout the history
of this city, been launched and for
biief periods prospeiously floated.
With the growth of tile city and its
vastly increased communications
with the outer world, where physical
training has now become one ot the
uppermost interests of the day, the
present movement, crystallized as it
is in a strong organization, has most
auspicious prospects of peimanency
as well as prosperity.
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB.
HurccNHful FIi-Nt Cimri'i't A
, iiiInIiii; Oi'unnizutloii.
The first concert of the Glee Club
of Kumehameha School took place
in the Hawaiian Opoia House on
Monday evening. There was a very
appreciative audience present, tilling
most of the maiu auditorium.
Princess Regent Liliuokuluni and
Princess Poomaikeluni, attended by
Mrs. Jas. W. Robertson and Mrs.
Chas. Clark, were in the royal box.
The club under direction of Mr.
Richards, toucher in the school, gave
some ten selections, including negro
meiouies sum college songs, with
warbles by W. C. Munaole. Their
efforts were deservedly applauded.
Profs. Yarndley (violin) and Her
old (piano) were a powerful auxiliury
to tho succoos of the conceit. They
were compelled to respond to en
cores. The following is the composition
of the Knmcliiimeliu Glee Club, that
has thus made n piomising debut:
Piesident J. K. Waiuinuu.
Librarian C. K. King.
FiiBtteiior-A. K. Pillion, 15.
Hrown, A. Pihi, C. 15. King,
Montgomery, .J. Wuhliiciiiuikul.
Second tenor S. Kclilnni, N. Ka
iihuiio, W. Melieiilu, S. Mahiikii, W.
First hues S, Kaiihnnu, W. O.
Miiimolu, A. K, Kcaweuiiialii, C.
lilake, 15. Qiiiiin,
Second Imis J. K, Walniiiiiii, J
lluiholtlii, ,M, lloonnul, 1). Ai,
UATVhK HA1 15 I
K Ihituoili Dordin-
hitr, I him, i hull
Will 1)11 UJ HI Will 1
mIi M ILL I')' pnhllu
niiDihiiii inu liimil,
linud IJiyf Uiilll', ii
uu. U M.iH1 mill t (Jim,
iiihk or lu
lIuuiK, y Mu!
A WOMAN or Girl to do homework
hi small family (no washing; Oor-
an prcfeircil) Apply at
Mus. .1. V UOWKNS,
78 Iw Wnlktkt, nonr Bridge.
NO. 4 A (In in r Lane, 1 Large
Front Koom, fiunlolioU.
Apply ut premises. 7il8 td
LADY'S Canvass and Silk Hund
biir, contaliiltiK a purse iiml mo
ney, caul cae. gold I limited Bpeetaclcs
und uiriunrundmn .book. A suitable
rewuul will be paid by returning mono
to this olllce. 738 lw
Onlm Railway & .Lund Co.
ASl'KCI L meeting of tho Moek
hnldniM ol the Oaliu Hallway &
Laud Co. will be held at the Chamber
ofCoumi'iee Rooms In Honolulu, on
WKMNCSDAY, Deo. 31, 1800, at U
o'clock A. M , for the purpose of amend
ing the Hy-laus und other Important
bushier. W. G. AS1ILKY,
Secretary O. R. .V: L. Co
Honolulu, Dec. 17, 1S00. 7H8 td
Haw.Udn Lodge, No. 21, F. &A. M.
'IMfnUR will hi a meeting of Hn.
I wnliauLodgo No. 21, 1 & A. M.,
at iw 11 ill, Vomer of Fort und Queen
sin cis, THIS (Wi-clne da) EVENING,
at 7:30 o'clock, foi
Work in tho 2d Degree.
Mrmiii is of Lodge lo Pi ogres and all
soj turning llieihren are fraternally In.
vited to liu pri'ienl.
y order or the W. M..
T. O. PORTER,
BUILDING Lot on Be-
ictanla street, opposite
the Ice Works, DO ft. frontage
by 140 feet deep; iluslrublo location
Apply to .T. M. CAM RA, ,Iu.,
Real Kstiito & Qeiior.il Agent, Spice-
Uels' Block. Room No. 1Q. 737 lw
ANY person or persons found shoot
i ii ir on tho lands of ICukuIuneo
and Konla, will be
full extent of tho law
prosecuted to the
7.17 lm Mils C,
LOST or STOLE X
ON Thursday, the 11th Inst., from a
stable at Koluln (near Mr. J. I.
Dowsett's), a Brown Mine, two white
hind feet, white star on foiehcud,
hi anded II M und T on hip. Person
returning the same to II. Mortensen,
Tiamwuy Stub cs, PiinMiou, will bo
suitably lcwurded. 737 Ct
NOTICE is lioreby given that Leoiig
Ning, of the linn of Tul Wo Chan
Co., No. 38 Niiuunu Avenue, has sold
all his Intel est in tho aforcsuid llrni on
the 15th day of December. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid firm will
bo settled by T. Q, Y. Al.il, Jr., com
mencing from December Ifith.
737 2w jAl WO WIAN CO.
WO Nii.e!y Furnished
Rooiih (pallor und Bed-
&&X3U loom; : 10 minutes wane from
Post Office, uildiess with price "A. B "
Uullutin Olllce, 73C 3t
A MEETING of the stockholders of
the Biitish Club will be held on
Til UR-DiY, the 18th Instant, at 7:30
p. in., at iho Club room A full attend
ance is lcquested, important business
being uuilcr discussion,
Honolulu, Dec. lo, 1890. 730 8t
N Industrious Woman to do the
washing and L'oneial houfcwoik
In u small fiunlly. German prefened.
Apply at this olllce. 730 3t
NOTICE Is hereby given that Ng Ah
On, of Honolulu, has this iluy
purchased from Ah Young all Ills in
terest in the cciii'ial mcrchaiidUo store,
situated uu Lilllia strout. Honolulu,
Island of Onlm; thu said Ng Ah On
will not ho responsible for any bills
iigiiliist Ah Young from this date.
NO AH ON.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1800. 734 Ol
AWOMAX to take care of children
and to do chauiburwork. Apply
at this olllca. 733 iw
It WIUKU ItANCH, ICau, Ha
waii. 184,000 acres For
fuither puitlcuhirs. apply to
VT OTIOK lh hneby f;len that Ohonjj
Li Unlit is no longer a malinger
(f i oin thlb day) In tlm busluuHH of
Kwong FooK Till, of llanalol, Kiuml.
(sugar plimti'irt iiud-Htoiis ki-epuis), anil
.Mr. t'liong Giiino will bu the new ap
pohiUd niiuiiigerfioin dale, ami ho is
lliu only one who is authorised to sign
tliu II mi mime.
KWONG TOOK YUKlf.
Honolulu, Dec. 2, IKK). ' 725 8w
HHITK of Three Nleoly
.i(KAim i i in nieiicu jiooins. two
4sJMmn1 huihooiuM mill parlor, oil
I'liuchhowl htii'itt (H'nr Pnlucn Walk;
Miilulilu for (s(i Hiij,do guiitluiiifii
Ulll tf II, V, IIKIII1A1U),
liOhT or HTOLliN
Hi own Horrid
KIIIUll 'III" (Ml lll'Ull,
rliiilur Mill lm viilluhly
luwunlml by ii'liini
U, J iO DTI I,
What You Can Get For Xmas
Elite Ice Cream Parlors !
Ff'ne Ice Cream,
GakesPies & Fancy Pastries
Lobkucbcn (Honey Cukes),
And 1001 other kinds of
. Fruits, Nuts, non-Rons,
Chocolates, Pop Coin,
Of the best
Cream, Homemade and Plain
Fresh orcry day in greatest
0F"Our slock and storo is now in
complete order, and you are invited
to inspect. 738 7t
)0-Sub8oribers desiring changes
in tnuir subscriptions to maga
zines und newspapers will kindly
notify us for outgoing mail.
gjFtiN subsoriDtions have
gjTNo need to GIVE dolls away
to induce trade, our price defy com
gj9FWe do not GIVE laces and
bets goods nw.iy, but we do offeri
In our own legitimate lines at
SEE OUR MAGNIFICENT WNfl OF
From 20 centB each and
CELLULOID DRESSING SETSj
Presentation Cups & Saucers,
Diaries for 1891,
Xmas Cards, Etc , Etc.
Thus G. THRUM,
Diamonds & Other Precious
LATEST NOVKLTIEB IN
Gold & Silver Watches
- OPENED EVENING -a
WING WO TAI CO.,
No. Si 5 Nuuanu Avenue.
Have received per S. 8. "Chusan"
from Hongkong und Yokohama
Ebony & Pearl Hall Furniture,
Sutin ViUow HlmiiiB,
A KINK ABSOllTMENT OF
Silk Shawls & Handkerchiefs,
Orupe Silk, Font Voli,
D1NNEH nnrt TEA SETS,
Of tliu Intent patterns;
IiroHh Cio Tliu,
No, 1 Manila Cigars,
Klu, Kto Kte.. Kle,
, 7.10 I SI
SKfONI'-ll AND Olllce IHU, '1'ulile.
(;lmlr hiiiI I'lm 1'iuol Hulo, Apply
"Luulujf," l'oit Olllvo, W tit
f HARTS CO J
Choice Goods for
THE VERY LATEST IN
;c invoice of which has been received diiect from the manufact
Gnriiey & Eiir Ice Cliests & lefriieralors,
RUBBER HOSE, SPRINKLERS and
A NEW INVOICE Ex
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, LnMcatiai Oils, t
J86T" During occupation of temporary quarters, lines arc being closed
out at special rates.
" SSy New Goods expected by the "Australia."
E G A3ST &:
Kiiifj Street Near Fort.
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN HOLIDAY GOODS !
Gentlemen's Furnishings, Luilics' & Children's Hosiery,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Scarfs, Linen, Tray Cloths,
Splashers, Sideboard Coveis, Tea Cloths, Hand Satchels, Purses,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk Umbrellas, Parasols, Manicure and
Dressing Cases, Albums
AND A FINK LINK OF
Ladie&' & Children's Jackets, Bugs & Rain Coats, Etc., Etc.
P. S. Will be open evenings until after Christmas.
P. BHLEBS & CO.
Toys, Dolls, Musical
BLACK HOSIERY, C. P. &
J8STOPEN EVENINGS -H
JOS. HUBASH, FRANK J. KRUGER,
Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry
A FINE SELECTION OF-
Pins, Bracelets, Etc., Etc.
Ladies' & Gent's M Silver Watches,
OF FIRST-CLASS QUALITY.
prices. All kinds of Jewelry,
&Uooris warranted as represented and marked in plain figures. -tS
Photographers, Attention !
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
IIAVK JUST RKCEIVEl) Ex "AUSTRALIA" ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
M. A. S eed Dry Plates I
Best Photographic Plate Ixtant.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lt Vavt Mlrtut, y tit Hh1m1h4 H, 1
the Holidays !
Go.'s Art Rooms,
REELS, STOVES & TINWARE.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, LI
Temporary Ofllce in Mclnerny Block, Fort street.
Boxes, Dressing Sets.
D. P. CORSETS, Etc, Etc.
0ST OPEN EVENINGS-
suitable for the holidays, at reasonable
PROFKBSIONALS AND AMATEURS
riSJtitntfrf1 t ftH,r3lj--Biaitf' ' fa-'-4' t' fe