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TltUIWDAY, 1)BC. 18, 18U0.
, ,. ARRIVALS.
Hlinr Kliiuii from Hawaii nnil Maul
Hfln- Kiiiilllitti fifttit Wnliinu'
Ih'lir llnhmkiiln fictm Kontt
HtnirO It IIIMinp from tilivull of Onhti
Dee 18 -Nliur
Iviutlii from ICmml
Am n-innMi'd nclir WMn, I'rldberg,
from IMiKct bound
Am ukino Kllkltal, riiihr, for 9aii
FraiiulKuii vliv Ktiliuliil
Mmr Iwiilmil (or Lahatnn nml Hiiiun-
kun nt in n m
Stmr .his Mnkci! for Kiiiutl nt 4 p in
llktno Planter, Dow, for San Friin-
Hclir Llliollho fur Kitual v
3-masted eehr Allen A, ?nge, for Sun
Hlinr Lehiin for Nun, Panuhau nml 11a-
kiiltui nt 4 i 111
Stin i- Pulu for llotioknn, Kiikulbn'olo ami
Sehr Allku for Muiit and Kotin
Htuir Kaiila for Kimal nt 5 p m
Sehr Kiiulllim tor Wnltinnc
VESSEIS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Austrulln, Houillette, fro SniiFrmi-
cleo nt noon
aimr Klnmi for Alatii nml Ilnwnll nt
2 1- m
Slmr U Jt Bishop for Wnhuine, Waialuti
nml Koolnu nt 0 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kllinn 10,327 bags Kilgnr, 131
khccp, 10 plyR, 155 bugs .spuds, 131
pkgs hides, 37 unites fowls, etc., 180
Sclir Kaulllua-947 bugs siignr.
Stmr ICaalii 2125 bags sugar.
Stmr llisliop 7B5 bugs sugar, HCSbiigs
paddy, 245 bags rice, 37 bags rlcu
bran. 84 bags tnro, lf bags peanuts,
21)5 boxes bananas, 100 In nches
baunnas, 50 pkgs bides, 100 urates
turkey and fiO pkgs suudiles. ,
Sehr Ilnleakala 30 bead eattle, 10
calves. 30 bags potatoes, 15 bags
com and a cargo load of tlrcwood.
For Maul, per stinrClaudluc, Deo 10
Mrs Boswell and ehlld, II Goukrlll,
W I, Robert, Miss Olive Berkeley, Mrs
L M Uerkeley. Mrs M. E Fletcher, J M
Sims and 30 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkuhala, Dec 10
A Uropp and wife, E M Walsh, .Miss
Lindsay, Jas M Lciinchn, MrOoldstcin,
Miss Stetson, viss Bailey. Miss Mablutn
and brother, E Dicier and 45 deck.
For Lahaiun mid Hainakua, per stmr
Iwnlani, Dec 17 Capt Staples, Mrs do
Brcttevillc aud 2 children, Mrs Daun
bauseu aud 4 children, and 30 deck,
From Hawaii and Maui per stmr Ki
naii, Dec 17 From Volcano: Miss II K
Wilder, D Friuot, A Fowler and wife. R
Newman and Unia. From way ports :
A Haas, II B Williams, CE Richardson,
Miss It Reiuhnrdt, J E Miller, W S
Aknna, A G Scrrao, D L Huntsmau, J
Mc uirtrews, H A Street. A T Atkinson,
His Ex G Browii, Hon W U Rice, Hon
II Waterhouse, L Asen, Ah Fook, Miss
TL Turner, Ah Ho. Lam Sing, Mrs
Bergstrom, Mrs J Maguirc, Miss Mary
Shaw. F II Uaselden, H Haueberg, Dr
C Davidson and 81 deck.
For Sail Francisco, per bktne Planter,
Deo. 17 Miss A Scott.
From Waianuo aud Koolau, per stmr
C R Bishop, Dec 17 J R Holt, R T
Prutchard, L P Tenuy and 1!) deck.
The steamer Likelike vvas hauled up
on the Marine Railway vesterday morn
The foreign departures for Tuesday
were the steamship Chusau for Hong
kong, bark Columbia for Puget Sound,
bnrkentine Kiikilat for San Francisco
via Kahulul ; the foreign depai tures for
yestei day were the barkeiiline Planter
and the 8-masted schooner Allen A,
both loaded with sugar for Snn Fran
cisco. The American barkentine Planter
which sailed for ran Francisco yester
dtty. took 14,847 bags sugar, domestic
value $87,63'i.51. The shippers were:
H Hnckfeld & Co, 10,912 bags sugar and
70 bales wool; O Bolte, 2175 bags sugar;
if S Grinbaum & Co, 17G0 bagB stgar.
The 10,327 bags sugar that came by
the steamer Kfiiau and the 947 bags
sugar that came by the schooner Kauli
lun are being shipped on the bark
Girvanaud SS Australia respectively.
The bark 0 O Whitmore, t'apt ard,
which left Newcastle on the 30th of
November, will be duo hero on or about
.Ian 15th, with a cargo of 1400 tons coal
consigned to Messrs Allen & Robinson.
Th Am 3-masted schooner Vesta,
Fridberg, which arrived this morning
from Puget Sound, brings a cargo of
redwood lumber consigned to Messrs
Allen & Robinson.
The Am barkentino Amelia will leave
for San Francisco on Saturday next.
The Am 3-mnsted schooner Allen A,
Captain t-chnge, which sailed for San
Francisco yesterday, December 17th,
took 7982 bags sugar, valued at 940,
899 97. The shippers were : O Brewer
&Co, 1545 bags sugar; F A Schaefer &
Co, 0437 bags sugar.
The schooner llaleakala which arrived
yesterday afternoon from Koun, Ha
waii, brines a enrco loafl of ohia ties
for the O R & L Co.
The steamer Kaala arrived this morn
ing from Kauai with 2125 bags sugar,
which were shipped on the S S Austra
lia. The Kaiila sails again for Kauai
To-day's Bulletin contains lino
selections of poetry, general miscel
lany, a complete sketch, the "Last
Striko of Ophir," ,Socond Chapter of
"Cross Purposes," by T. C. De
Leon, brevities, turf notes, bits of
science, crisp condensations, men
you hear of, selections, The Old
Chiffonier, editorial matter on lead
ing'nublic topics, full local news,
etc., etc. A large number of new
anil interesting advertisements ap
pear In this issue.
The Union Feed Co. havo loft at
the Bulletin ofllce a fine calendar
for 1891. II is a beautiful piece of
work surmounted with a fine steel
engraving, which cost 8800 in New
York. Tlii Union Company have
always been very liberal in distri
buting yearly among their customers
some remembrance, which this time
hus taken the form of an exceed
ingly tableful aud unique calendar.
The Company being the pioneer
feed lioiifcc oi "Honolulu luivo built
up on ixti'jieivo LiihincBB, mid per
l.npb bundle the luructa invoices of
, buy, gruin, mid feed brought to the
LOCAL AQEKIIIAL HEWS,
IfAt.KKt'A Korlnl Cluli
Mill liold a
no p m.
ilniico nl llrlto Hull nt 7
ninthly itnilliiit of tlii' . ,
M. 1". A. will In- ln'hl In tlio iMtlnft
mmt . -
Hawaiian linilgn, V. .V A. M., will
modi for mirk tit the llilnl dngitui
ftl itim.Nii nml ri'lii'ntMtl of lliu U
noltihi Ariun lii'iilnlil ul imtinl lliiir
mill plnuu. All iiiciiiIpi'ih aio i oqnpl
oil tn tin prrKunt.
Mil. .Inn. F. Morgan's enlu of lliH'
uignrs lias lii'uu poxlpnnod tu Halui
iluy, December 20tli.
Tiik loi'iil ImKeliall friitfrnltv will
give n purling htmt to tint California
Chili at Moiiiiahiiv lo-nlglit.
Till! pupils of Knwalaliao Foinulo
SiMiiiiuiry will give u privnto conenrt
to fiieinlH of tlio iiiHlitutiini ut tlm
plai'u tli in evening.
Tiiih is tlio evening for lliu meet
ing of music-loving people, at Y. M.
C. A. liall, to eoiiKuler the foriiiulion
of mi Oratorio Boeioty,
At.ti tlio members of tlm Stoinitr.
Chuss Club nrc expected tonttuiul tlio
meeting nt tlio rooms, Alnkca street,
this owning at 7 :!i0 o'clock.
Mil. J. Hay Wodkhousk, Jk., and
MibS Antiio Paiiahi Cleghorn will bo
married at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Saturday afternoon next nl 1 o'clock.
Tudoks McOully and Bickerton
visited tlio U. S. S. Mohican this
forenoon, and wero given a salute of
seventeen guns on leaving the ship.
Tub S. S. Australia will sail for
San Francisco at noon to-monow.
Ordinary mail will close at 11 a. in.;
registered and parcels post, at 10
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a grand
sale of holiday goods, spccilied in an
idverliscnient, this evening. Special
accommodations will bo provided for
Mkrhkh. Theo. H. Davies it Co.
offer an immense line of holiday at
tractions, including novelties in
Christmas and New Year cards, and
till kinds of hric-a-lirac and toys.
Bn sure and attend Lewis J. Le
vey's auction sale of lino furniture,
fancy toilet tubles, bric-a-brack. Per
sian rugs and oil paintings this eve
ning nt 7 o'clock sliari.
To-mohhow will be observed as
Founder's Day at Kainehanioha
School. Chief Justice Judd will de
liver an address to the boys, before
the trustees and friends of the insti
tution, at 10 o'clock.
A very pleasant paity was given
by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown at their
residence, Tuesday owning last, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pratt of
Albany, New York. Mrs. Pratt is a
sister of Mrs. A. F. Judd.
The Hawaiinn News Co. display a
line list of holiday presents in an
other column, which are too numer
ous to mention in a local item. Dia
ries for 1891, finely bound books,
albums and musical goods are among
Messrs. Benson, Smith & Co., Ho
nolulu's popular druggists, havo in
this issue a special Chiistmns an
nouncement, which every lover of
lino toilet articles will read and en
jr.y. No diessing room or bureau
will be completo without sonic ot
these articles upon it.
Tnn Christinas numbor of tho Pa
radise, of tho Pacific is out this after
noon and will bo on sale at the Ha
waiian News Co.'s and at Thrum's.
Tlio edition is finely illustrated and
is u credit to both tho Kingdom nnd
tho management. Send a copy
abroad by to-morrow's steamer.
An error occurred in yesterday's
issue, in tho reference to Mr. Kidder's
presence, instead ot one ot tus pic
tures having sold for $175,000, it was
subscriptions for engraved copies of
his painting of the Melbourne rnco,
whicli realized that luindbomu
amount in tho city of Melbourne.
Wednesday, Dec. 17.
Katy Aukui, assault on Mele, fined
83 and $3.40 costs. A case of
adultery realized Ones of 880 and
815 respectively with costs. A
number of various charges resulted
in nolle pros'es and discharges.
Thursday, Dec. 18.
Henry Vierra and W. II. Smith
were sentenced to be imprisoned at
hard labor twenty. four hours and to
pay 83 costs each, for being found
at night without lawful excuse in
the house of John KeiBt.
Bail was forfeited in two cases of
TIME OF THE WHISTLES.
Tho "noon-whistles" to-day went
off as follows:
Union Iron Works 111) 55m.
Honolulu Iron Works 1 Ih -58m
Hopper's Mill 1 lh 58m 55s.
Enterprise Mill lib 59m 20s.
Steam Planing Mill (Lucas') 12h
It is due to tho lutter to say that
only twice since the 1st of April this
year, lias its noon signal failed of
being on the correct bccoiui as given
from the Survey Olllco for Custom
House inoridian time, Sundays and
holidays, and two or three days
with no steam up exespted. The
Greenwich 12 o'clock signul hus
fulled oftener, generally from preoc
cupation in the above mentioned of
fice. It is still, however, the boat
for comparison us it bounds alone by
jtbi'lf. C. J. Lyons.
. . .
Am Pniip HrinCA Kllrit! lA tin
V I I V L VUI VVUUV UftfV' v IIIV
I'M mi 1 1' 'Plot tin Vt-Hor.. Willi
Tho reserved sents wero pnlty
well occupied nt yesterday'H liunelll
to the California Club, nnd there
was a fair sprinkling of people in
the wings of the urntid itnnd.
The game was intensely interest
ing up to the lllth inning, in which
tho llawniis reached their sixth run
and the Cnllfornius only their first.
There was a plenty of fun and vo
sparo in the play. In tho sixth in
ning of the llawniis, when two men
were out mid one bad just got. base
on balls, the pitcher was rolling a
hall of air in his hands, while the
catcher was holding tho Spaulding
sphere, with which lie caught the
runner napping ut llrst. Then when
the Californlns wero at bat, an error
at center put a man each at second
and third, while two wero out, and
the result was two runs.
The Califoruins gave their oppo
nents two forced runs in the seventh,
one on balls and the other on hit by
pitcher. There was a lively scram
III u at the plate once, thn California
catcher and Hawaii runner rolling
over cacli other, and the runner was
safe. Pryce and Carter saved the
game this inning by playing to
gether, when a long roller to center
would otherwise have given a home
run besides the two men brought in.
A homo hit by Reilly, however, giv
ing three runs brought the visitors
even with the home nine. The game
was called on the.half of the eighth
inning, when the score stood nine to
nine. Kobt. Paiker was umpire and
G. K. Wilder scorer. The score ap
names a.m. it. Il.H. o. A. E
Pryce, of B 2 0 10 2
Lawelawe, r f 5,2 0 100
Mabuka, lb 5 118 0 0
Kamakauahoac ... 4 10 2 0 0
l'ahnu,2h 4 1 0 3 3 0
Carter, 1 f 3 0 0 10 0
Joseph, s s 3 0 1 3 10
Luahiwa,3b 4 0 1 2 2 0
Moheula, p 4 2 2 0 3 1
Total 37 9 5 21 9 3
NAMES A.B. It. II II. O. A. 13.
Cahill, p 4 1 1 0 12 0
Farrell, If 4 0 0 10 1
Hulen,3b 4 1.0241
Power, lb 4 0 0 15 0 2
Sharp, cf 4 2 1 10 0
Reilly, ss 4 2 2 0 3 0
Creamer, 2b 1 -J I 1 0 1
Levemie, rf 4 1 0 0 0 0
Ward, o 4 0 2 4 3 0
Total 30 9 7 24 22 5
Score by innings
Hawaii 0 03 03 030 9
California 00 0 0 12(l-9
Homo ruu Reilly.
Three base hit tharp.
Two base hit Ward.
Passed balls Kainakauahoa 2, Ward
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
Uoud ,1'lurn tur ClirlHtmnn
Slow "V'eur l'urclniHCH.
The Pacific Hardware Company is
now comfortably settled down tem
norarilv in Mclnerny Block, Fort
street, directly opposite its old
stand, where a now building is to be
erected. In tho window different
kinds of the Rochester lamp, claim
ed to be the best in the world, arrest
the wandering eye. Behind arc all
borts of hardware and cutlory, but
for a glittering display of holiday
goods go upstairs. The entrance to
the hall is a couple of doors down
Mr. J. L. Torbert, who lias charge
of the art department on this large
floor, is very busy waiting on cus
tomers, and leaves the reporter to
"gang his ain guit," to use bowieg
ged slung. The first grand feature
of the place consists of a varied line
of pictures oil paintings, steel en
gravings, water colors, artotypes,
etc, etc., displayed striKingiy on
easels. Among work of local aittsts
is a line breadfruit painting by Mrs.
Taylor, and a scene ut Monterey,
Cal., by Mr. P. H. Dodge, late of
San Jose and now art instructor to
Oaliu College. The frames are
equally attractive in their own way
to their enclosures, the Pacific mak
ing a specialty of framing. There
is a greut variety of mouldings in
stock gilt, bronze, old oak, oxy
dized silver, etc.
Beautiful sets of tabic cutlery,
spoons, and so on, are exposed in
show cases. Staple and fancy
crockery of all descriptions is
shelved and laid out on tables, also
lovely lamp shades, vases, and other
porcelain wares. Bronze statuettes
and fancy hall (lower stands in the
same material stud the tloor.
The company carries full stocks
of cutlery, including every variety
of pocket knife, scissors, and so
forth, which it is unnecessary to de
tail. Very attractive and withal en
during gifts for old and young of
both sexes arc to bo hud, over u
wide range of selection, from tho
emporium of the Pacific Hardware
Company. Its art room will be
open Thursduy uud Saturday even
ings for exhibition.
C HANDLES for Xiiiiir Tree! Wo
' claim to have tliu pieltlt-Ht raudloit
in town. Yoius tiuly, Thu "Elllu leu
Unmm Purloin." 7UB lw
St ARTUNQ STAMPEDE.
A linrtnh'K lliu ki mi n I'mcer ur
l)r. Andrew' homo tnn nwtty
troth hit rmtlilnncc nl Knwnlnlmn nt
it qimttor nflur eleven till forenoon,
drugging nftrr It the doctor'
plmntiiii. Tlm home turned down
to QitPiiti Mii't'l, titmice by Xuiiunii
tn I lolel street, down lintel nml
through Mmitinkon linek to lClng
slri'Ot. It wn apparently hiving
down a now route of procession lor
the llii'MUMi's minimi parade, but
nufoi Innately thete were uupi'dl
iiK'tits In the way,
The lior.iu nnd plinetou crashed
into the line of hack of the Occi
dental Carriage Company (n Chinese
corporation), at King nml Manna
ken streets, knocking oft the fore
wheel of ono cairingc, taking the
felly off the fore wheel of another,
breaking the spokes of a t'did, mid
Blurting the fourth oil' in a go-as-you-please
match with the invading
The original runaway left its
vehicular section at tills point a
complete wreck on the street -the
top collapsed mid detached ; the
shafts, wheels nnd springs a jumble
of kindling wood and old junk. The
horse had got ashamed of itself mid
tried to get tlio phaeton through u
narrow and low gate In a board wall
Into a hack yard, whicli of course
was a disastrous failure. To make
n long story short, the animal was
next seen, meek as a lamb, cooling
off in tho paddock opposite the
Police Station, willi the major pait
of the harness still clinging to its
In the meantime the runaway hack
was intercepted without having in
curred much if any damage, but an
exciting side "how was brought to a
sorry linale on Fort street. The
United Carriago Company's hack
No. 91, driven by a man named
Sullivan, was startled by the racket
and went tearing down toward the
city front. The driver pluckily held
his seat and the reins until the
Beaver Saloon was reached. At
that point the horse slid fur base in
regular California Club fashion, and
coming down on its knees received
severe injuries. The off fore knee
hud the skin abraded, while the near
one was badly cut, the blood stream
ing from the wound. A handker
chief was bound round tho more in
jured limb, and the horse was led
round to the office of Mr. W. T.
Monsarrat, Government Veterinary
Surgeon. The fender of the car
riage was damaged by the horse's
kicking while on the rampage.
MR. KAHLER'S EXHIBITION.
Mr. Carl Kahler's exhibition of
paintings at King Bros.' art rooms,
Hotel street, is being visited by a
steady stream of people. The views
in oil of the volcanic region of New
Zealand arc gorgeous and yet not
exaggerated, to which persons who
visited the spot and have seen the
One of the Wairakei Vulley pre
sents a realistic view of a spot un
paialleled probably for sublime
beauty of colors in tlio liscovcrcd
parts of the globe. Then is a boil
ing spring in the rear and a cascade
in front whose ridges are vaiiegated
in every conceivable color and tint.
It would bo impossible to imagine
more color in so limited an area.
The grandest view in culm dignity
and soft beauty occupies the largest
canvas. It represents the "White
Terraces" of Itotomaliaua, N. Z.,
before the magnificent prospect was
overwhelmed in the mud eruption
and flow of a few years ago. Tho
white mottled with gray aspect of
the vast terraces, and the intenso
sky blue of the pools below, grow
on the beholder as ho gucs at this
There are many smaller canvases,
every one of which is a gem, being
scenes in the wild region of New
Zealand. Several photogravures aro
shown, including views of Mr. Kah
ler's studio in Melbourne and the
copy of his remarkable painting of
tlio Melbourne Races, of which
sales to the amount of 8175,000 were
made in Melbourne.
The exhibition only lasts to-day.
It is worthy of a much fuller notice
than space permits.
THE HAMAKUA FLOOD.
A piivntc letter from Mr. Charles
Williams, Hainakua, cives tho fol
lowing further particulars of tlio
damage done by tlio recent Hood :
"Have had very heavy rains on
Tuesday and Wednesday last, doing
considerable damage to tho roads.
All tho gulch crossings between Kti
kuihacle and Houokaa arc washed
away with ono exception, a relic of
"This is a very serious matter to
us two yvars' labor and expendi
ture of over tivo thousand gone in
two days, and the worst is that our
road funds aro low, aud unless the
Minister of Interior comes to tho
rescue the matter will romain so.
"Besides the roads, tho planta
tions suffered consldcrablyH-resor-voirs,
Humes, railroad bridges, etc.,
wero washed away."
TiiuitsDAT, Dec. 18.
BliFOHB M'CUM Y, J.
In re estate of Mary E, Lnno.
Petition of W, C. Lauo for letters
of administration. Ordered that
letters issue to petitioner without
bond. J. W. Kalua for petitioner.
The Slate geologist jays that tho
iron ore Holds of eablei u Texas will
yield 1,000,000 tons o the squure
u ereat uulety of
J oilim- l-'auoy
Uitudy iloxL'B, only
at thu ''Elite luo I'l eiitu l'ailuia,"
XMAS AND NEW YEAR,
Till' InlOlO Mud lll'W(l llOVtiltlel
j Mlllnhlu for Xinm nnd New Yum-'
lirou'iil. such u Oxlrilr.fit .Silver
I'lndlcr Uiihm, Oxltllxcil Sllu-r l.n
, tiles' Companion!", Oxldlrml .Silver
I Cntil Honk, OxIiIikH 811 ut .lowol
Cnc, Oxidized Silver Vlnnlgiotlo
with Pin mid C'linlu, Oxldlxcil SIN
vr Match Snip, Oxldlr.cil Silver
CltfnU'tto Cafe, Oxidized .Silver
Shoe I look, Solid Silver Stamp
Itnxu. Also, Celluloid (Jood In
great vmli'ty. We have received
an Imineiite stock of Ladle' All-
l.iiion Hemstlehi'd Handkerchiefs
feoloicd holders), which we have
decided to sell for only 82 per
dozen; they heal anything lu the
Hmidkcrchief Hho; will be glad to
show Ilium to you ; big bargain for
the holiday. We nru prepared to
show you tho finest and best select
ed stock of Ladles', Misses', and
Children's Trimmed mid Untrlinmed
Hals, nil the latest styles; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Silver Gift Sale. Silver Presents
to everybody who purchnscs 82.50
worth of goods. Come mid pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CIIAS. J. FJSIIKL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Coiner Fort nnd Hotel streets.
YOU mo invited tills ovcnlng at tho
'Elite Ice Cream Parlors" and
see howXniiis Cakes me decorated in
thu latest sly le. 739 It
F. & A. M.
nnilEUE will ha a meeting of Ha.
I wnlliin Lodge No. at, P. & A. M.,
nt its II'ill, comer of Fort and Queen
stuoli,TIHS (Wcdncdaj) EVENING,
at 7:30 o'clock, .for
Work in the 3d Degree.
aienibirs of Lodge le Progres and all
soj ni i ruing Brethren are fraternally in
vited to lie present.
y order ot the W. M.-.
T. C. PORTER,
731) It . Secretary.
CMKST-OIiASS dressmakers; good
V pay; only experienced hands need
apply. Corner Port and Hotel sticels
(over Eli) lich's dry goods stole).
WOMAN or Girl to do hoii'owork
in small family (no washing: Ger
man pi cferred) Apply nt
Mns. J. P. 1JOWENS,
738 tw Walkikl, uoui- Bridge.
A MEETING of the stockholders of
tho HililshClub will he held off
THUIlbD VY, Hie 18th intuit, at 7:30
xp. ni., at the i hih teom A full attend
ance is icque-ted, important business
being under dihciih-ion.
Honolulu, Dee. 15, 1SU0. 730 3t
Oaliu Ilnhvay & Land Co.
V SPECIAL meeting of tho stock
holders of the Oaliu Railway &
Land Co. will be held at the Chamber
of Commerce Rooms in Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 31, 1800, at 11
o'clock a. m., .for the purpose of amend
ing tlio By-laws aud other important
busluesk. W. G. ASHLEY,
Secretary O. It. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 17. 1890. 738 td
TO THE PUBLIC !
I am prepared to take, orders for
Spanish Saddles & Trees,
HEAVY RANCH SADDLES
tST For further particulars apply to
A. A. TODD,
Foimcily of Kona, Hawaii.
P. O. Box 315. (7!l71iu) hell Tel L'Cl.
What You -Can Get For Xmas
Elite he Cream Parlors !
' Fine Ice Cream,
Cak6s,Pies & Fancy Pastries1
Lobkuchon (Honoy Cukes),
Aud 1001 other kinds of
aDWS lrufi LiOiiiGCiions. rvNuusothDccBm. jsk
iiiuuu aauu uumuuuuuM, .. jj ber. 1890. thou A SUITE of Three Nicely ,"
FruitH, Nuls, Bon-Hons, fcBP" wl" uu foM at Wul" ft2H Furuiislied Itooms, two -
Chocolates, Pop Corn, !bv P"1' s,nu,i uy P"hHo mHEHK bedrooms and parlor, on JflE J
auction, 150 head, Punchbowl street near Palace Walk; H J
"3 J. N D J I fe nioro or less. Good Beef Cattle, 2 suitable for two single gentlemen. H J
x.ii - Horses, 2 Mules, 3 Mares aud 1 Colt. Apply to ..., ;H i
,w , , ,-. ,.r i .i 738 8t CMU II. F. HEBBARD. JK M
Of tho best quality. We mako the '121 , JB H
choicest LOST or STOLEN FOlt SALE IflB m
Cream, Homemade and Plain TTne Brown sorrci wlkahuku ranch, Knu,Ha- jB Jf
' 4fc J Mare,' brand 4gi3 wall. 184,000 acres. For 3B Z
OANDI1M 1 flV- small "m" on neck. TW further particular, apply to ft jf
-v5T5v. Finder will bo suitably --- ICAIIUKU, H I
Fresh every day in urcatcst - rewarded by return- 7iHit Kuu, Hawaii. 'Hn 1
-- ar- aBms, for sale -M!
rtPOur block and nloro is now in dlH a
uomphilo older, and you nru invited NOTICE. M a A BUILDING Lot on Be- ,B 1
toliiHjHHit, 7!l8 7t dW,, lrew"lf'K,?1,,,,!i '&
' i w ..,.-.,,.. ... ..,., ...! .i,. IMMa tho Ico Works. IK) ft. frontuee xaH
TOYS ! TOYS !
DOLLS ! DOLLS !
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
QUEEN & KAAHUMANU STREETS.
Elegant Leather & Plush Albums,
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xmas Cards, in great variety ;
Celluloid Cards, Hand-painted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., Etc.
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
Faircli's Gold, Silver & Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS, BOOKLETS, GAMES,
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CHATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
88T Open evenings on and after
WING WO TA! CO.
No. 5 N'uunuu Avciiup.
Havo received per S. S. "Chusan'
from Hongkong and Yokoliam
Ebony & Pearl Hall Furniture,
Satin Pillow Shams,
A FINE AB80KTJIKNT OV
Silk Shawls & Handkerchiefs,
Crapo Bilk, Fern Pots,
DINNER and TEA SETS,
Of tho latest patterns;
JU'rcBli Croji Tcu,,
No. 1 Manila Cigars,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
73 '8t djHB- Front Koom, lumlslied. HIH
CATTLE SAf E ! M IB Apply at promises. 738 td ''jIBHpP
A lug on thu landu of Kukiihuivu by HO feet deenj desirable location. JHIl
and Koula, will bo piosceukil to tlio Apply Ui J. M, CAMAltA, Jk., B
full extent of tho law Real lUtuto & General Agent, gpreo- IH
W lui Miu C. P. WARD, LuU' Block, Room No.10. 7UT Ivt JHH
LAUUKST AND CIIOICKST SKLKCTION IN
Saturday, 20th inst.
Diamonds & Other Precious
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