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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND (JO.'S
To Tntic Hlfirl Orlolirr Xtl, imiu,
A.M. P.M. r M.
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t Hatiirclays only
Schr Vary 12 Foster from Kauai
Sehr Lnvlnla from Kauai
U S S Mohican, Bhcpard, for a crulso
HUMS Nymph, Turner, for n crulso
Stmr Mlknhula for Kuuui at 5 ) m
Stmr Oliuullne for Mnnl at 5 p m
Stmr Moknlll for Mnlokal
Stmr K:inl:i for Kauai 4 p m
Schr Kuwiillaiii for Koolau
Hclir Mary E Foster for Wulanae
Schr Liivlnln for Knuiil
VGSSE S LEAVING. TO-MORROW.
3-mnMed schr John G North, Ipscu, for
Suu Francisco via Mnhukoua
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mary E Foster 1130 bags sugar and 00
For the Colonies per R M S S Ala
meda, Dec '22 -Col P G Hallingall, A
Fowler and wife, and 3 steel age.
For Kauai per stmr J.is Makco, Dec
22 G It Grail and W E II Doveiill.
The steamer C It Bishop Is due to
morrow morning from Waianao and
The 3-mostcd schooner John G North,
Captain Ipseu, will sail to-morrow
morning for Mahukona to load sugar.
Shu took in 40 cart loads of ballast.
The 3880 bass sugar that came by the
steamer Claudine Sunday morning was
shipped on the 4-masted schooner Itobt
.Luwers this moiuiug.
Capt J T Gallop, of the schooner
Mary Dodge, leaves by the Claudine
this evening to join his vessel at Kahu
lul. The bktne Klikitat and the 3-mastd
schooner Douglas leave Kahului for San
Francisco to-iuoriow moiuing, both
loided with sugar.
The bark Forest Queen and the schr
Mary Dodge are at Kahului loading
The bark F S Thompson, Capt Rose,
Is dally expected at Kahului.
The 3-masted schooner Alcalde will
finish discharging her load of lumbci
to-day, and then she w ill proceed to Ka
hului to load sugar.
The schooner Lavinia sails for Hana
pepc, Kauai, this evening with a load
of lumber for the Hawaiian Sugar i o.
GRDINEK In Honolulu, Dec. 23rd,
Adelatne, infant daughter of Percy
Gardinci, aged 2 months.
Tuesday, Dec. 23.
BEFORE BICKEKTON, J.
In re bankruptcy of E. R. Ryan.
Twelve claims uinounting to 8 1407.
,87 are proved, and W. C. Parke is
appointed assignee under $500
Guardianship Wm. A. Hall and
others. Ordered that Kauahi Polua
Hall and F. W. Feblbehr be ap
pointed guardians of the persons
and estates of said minors under
S1000 bond. Petitioner is their
mother and the minors are the child
ren of the late Edwin J. Hall, who
died December 0th inst. The pro
spective income of the estate of the
minors will be about $1000 per an
num. POLICE COURT.
Kanuhu, disturbing quiet of the
nighv was fined $0.40. Appeal
noted. J. L. Kaulukou for defend
ant. Kahanu, found without lawful ex
cuse at night in tho house of Mr.
Frank Brown, was sentenced to be
imprisoned at hard labor six months.
Appeal noted. S. K. Kane for de
fendant. The defendant, who is a
soldier, said that he was at a feast
that night, where he was looking
after flags and lanterns. There was
a fire at the house, which he put out
with water from the bath room. Ho
swore be was not at Mr. Brown's
house that niubt. The coat pro
duced he said was Ills', and that he
threw it off when he went to put out
At a conference in London of tho
Aborigines Piotection Society, a
number of members of the House of
Commons and the leaders of several
religious bodies, a resolution was
adopted demanding that the Gov
ernment institute an inquiry fnto
tlio atioeities committed in Central
Africa by English explorers and
The Westport Board of Poor Law
Guardians has unanimously adopt
ed a resolution declaring in the
highest terms their appreciation of
the measures taken by Balfour to
nveit tho effects of famine in the
western part of Ireland, and warmly
eulogizing Bailout' for his action.
It is the intention of the French
Government .to construct an In
trenched camp at Toul, Department
of Meurtho, on the loft bank of the
Moselle Canal, on Uio railway from
Purls to Strasburg. Tho defenses
"of the camp will be such that it will
be capable of resisting the strong
MWftilgHiririr ? nniiiiiniii tfj r-.T-j
Tiik IhIpeI tlrawtim nl WfllPlw In
Hip Wlcliiimn WiupIi (MiiIi lr nilvor
Hawaiian IiIro, V. A A M
iiifol. lliln nviMilltK fni work In
Xo. ft of Olitti No. I iliuw Hip Hint
wittoh in tlio Culifoiiiiu Wnlcli Club
A 9 , I, i; of nniinnlti, tools, olc, "111
ho lipid ul 1 Vail City on Hultirclay by
Mr. J. It ltolicrtfon, utictloiicur.
Hawaii 1'onoi wan In tlm nuilcn1
progrannno plavuil nt Goblrn (lalu
I'ark.San 1'ianuinco, on .Sunday, Mill
Mil. Alfred Neninan, tint ladies'
tailor, has removed to No. 204 Uero
tuniii stieel, bclwoon l'iikoi and Kuo
Mil. Wallace Jackpon announci's
tbo re-organiitation of tluSEuUnnrir-p
Caniugo Company, with stand oppo
titu the t'olico Slution.
Poi.iou Justieo Foster'8 term of
two yvarfi will expire Monday next.
Nothing is heard of any livul (o con
test, his rc-appointuieut.
GuvmtNMKNT, diplonmtiu and con
sular (lags aro flying nl hnlf-mast
to day, out of respect to tlio niemoiy
of tho lato King of Holland.
Anybody looking for elegant vehi
cles or harness will get a pointer
from the advertisement of Mr. E. G.
Scluunan's carriage depository.
Tin: icgiilar meeting of Ouhu
Lodge No. IK. of P. bus been post
poned from Christmas day to Satur
day the 27th inst., at 7 o'clock p. in.
The Biitish steamer Stralhc.iiu.
from Jaa for San Francisco with
sugar valued at $200,000, was to be
posted at Lloyds on the 20th ins.t. lib
Steinitz, tho patronymic of tlio
local chess club, has ust defeated
Gunsherg in tho second game of the
match for chess championship of tho
Chicken and tin key thieves aro
on the warpath. Mr. H. J. Nolte's
hen most was broken into last night
and the roost was completely clean
e i of all the fat birds.
The British ship Borrowd.ile, that
had a fno on board here last spring,
arrived at Liverpool Dec. 19, 122 days
from San Francisco, beating throe
ships in an ocean race on tho same
,Tiiu following merchants have
agreed to close their respective stores
on Christmas day: II. May t Co. ;
H. E. Mclntyre & Bros. ; Lewis &
Co.; Henry Davis & Co.; Clms.
Hon. John S. Walker, agent of tho
Royal Fire and Life Insurance Co.,
is- distributing beautiful almanacs
with memoranda pages, also an artis
tic wall calendar for 1891, of that
It is common talk on the water
front that numbers of Chinese have
been smuggled ashore from steamers
lately lying off port. 'J he boat boys
are reported to have standing offerh
of 310 to .$20 a head for Chinese
The Hawaiian Haul ware Com
pany's storo will bo kept open to
night and to-moirow night. The
store presents a very biilliant ap
pearance 'at night, and tho splendid
and varied stock will amply repay an
The annual meeting of the mem
bers of the Sailors' Home Society
will be held at tho room of the Cham
ber of Conunerco Wednesday next
the 31st inst. at 10 a, m. Immediate
ly after adjournment the Boaid of
Trustees will hold its annual meet
ing. IMPORTANT IF TRUE.
It is reported that an offer will.be
laid before the Boaid of Health, at
its weekly session to-morrow, from
a Chicago Univeiaity, to establish a
school of medicine in this kingdom,
with especial reference to the study
of leprosy. The report states that
the institution in question lias voted
one bundled thousand dollais
($100,000) for that purpose.
THE LAST CHRISTMAS SALE.
At 7 o'clock this evening, at his
sale9ioom, Queen street, Mr. Jas.
F. Morgan will hold his last Christ
mas sale this season. Among the
list are a large and line selection of
Christinas cards, plush and leather
albums, a lorgo assortment of chil
dren's blocks and games, and a fine
line of bamboo sei cutis, clothes bas
kets, vases, etc., nnd, last but not
lon8t, the large vaiioty of rugs will
be sold regaidless of cost.
ABDUCTED FROM HONOLULU.
Secretary Holbrookof the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children is endeavoring to find the
means of sending a young Kanaka
lad wiih an unspelhible uumo back
to the Sandwich Islands. He will
no doubt be sent home on one of
Spreckels' vessels. Tho boy says
that about a year ago ho was en
ticed aboard a schooner at Honolulu
by the cook and bioughttotliis city.
On aniving here some of the crew
sent him with a message aboard a
whaler, and the Captain refiued to
permit him to leave the vessel. He
made the cruise lo the Noi Hi Paci
fic Ocean with the vessel, leturiiing
a week or two ago, and receiving us
wages $1. Altu California.
Iti wiwpr lo tiqiiMl )r, (' T.
ltnifinHt (lonurnl .SiiiprliitPiiiltMil nf
tilt) Uiiniih. linn kindly fmiinlitMl
our ruportpi with it pony of "lwi
cml ttutriiulliitu Itulnlivc loTnklnu,
llio Census, " pri)mrotl fur tlio Iiphp
flt of lounl iM'iistis ngi'iits. (Initio,
lo Hid failure of lliu )pu,lliUuro to
illiiko spoulnl pmvisioii for thin
ynur's upiisiu, tho work lint devolv
ed on the llonid of Education timlur
llio old law.
Tlio census will be tnkun in of the
dtitu of Sunilny, Utcumbor28, 18U0.
It will Include nil persons Maying ut
tlio pnrliciiliu Iioiisp, premises, or
place, on Hip uilit of that lty.
'I'be census will not be of those who
belong, or who oidiunrily ipslilo
there, lull of those who nero actual
ly present on the night In question,
wbuther residing there or not. The
enuuiernlors will begin collecting
the Information called for in the
printed blanks on Monday morning,
December 'JlHIi, anil continue the
work with nil possible diligence till
completed. Poisons at sea, pus
sungets mid crews of vessel In tran
sit among the islands, will be le
tuuied by the captains or puisers of
the vessels on which they happen lo
The matter of distributing blanks
at houses is to he led largely to the
discretion of the entiineiators. It
will lie done in the cases of intelli
gent people who understand wiitten
English or Hawaiian. Plantation
manngers and other large employeis
of Chinese, Japanese and Portu
guobo labor will be expected to
enumerate the people under iheir
control. Inmates of j.iils, hospitals,
hoaidiug schools, hotels and lodging
houses will be enumerated by those
in cliaige ot such institutions.
Sub agents are, icquired to care
fully scrutinize all returns by other
persons, and district superintend
ents to exercise the same scrutiny
of returns by sub-agents. Other
pt coalitions aic taken for accuracy
,w hicli it is not necessary to specify.
lho sub-agent is to make a count
of all the inhabited houses and the
persons found therein, nnd the foot
ing of persons must correspond with
the population recorded in the
blanks. It is impoitant to know
that the law provides a penalty of
$50 for lefusal to answer the ques
tions piopoundcd in the blanks or
by the enumerators.
Steward Lucas will serve the fol
lowing Ohiistmas dinner to-morrow
Olives, Caviar Patties. Celery.
Groen Tin tie.'
Fried Aniaama Taitar Sauce.
Boiled Fresh Salmon Hollandaise
Broiled Squabs au Cressan.
Filot of Beef ala Chartreuse.
Ribs of Beof.
Ham, Turkey Cranberry Sauce.
Green Corn. Cauliflower.
Stewed Tomatoes. Potatoes.
Pudding a la Francaise.
Miuce and Pumpkin Pie.
Vanilla Ice Cream.
Assorted Cakes nnd Nuts.
Oranges, Apples, Bananas.
Tea and Coffeo.
CHANCES OF TEACHERS.
At a meeting of the Board of Edu
cation held a few days since, Miss
Jane Hare was appointed to fill the
vacancy at the Kauluwela School,
caused by the lesignation of Miss
Caldona White; Miss Cate Howland
was granted her request to be trans
ferred to the place of assistant
teacher in the Waikiki-kai School ;
Miss Can le P. Green, Miss Edith
Mint and Miss Mary McGuire were
appointed to assistants' places in
tho Kauluwela School, and Miss
Charlotte Caiter was appointed to
the vacancy in Fort Street School,
caused by the resignation of Miss
At the same time Mr. II. W. Dry
den, of the Ilamakuapoko School,
was transferred to the principalship
of tho Wuiluku School on Maui, in
place of Mr. I). W. Kratzer, who
has resigned to take a position in
TABLE IN NATIVE WOOD.
'A splendid piece of furniture was
seen to-day at the cabinet-making
shop of Messrs. J. llopp & Co.,
King street, being a parlor table
made by that firm for Mr. .las. B,
Castle. It is circular, six feet in
diameter, made of the native milo
wood. The main of this wood is a
rich brown, with light and daik va
riations, and the surface takes a
polish that icfieots objects like a
mliror. This table is unother sam
plo of Iluwnii'a rich resources in
MATERIAL FOR HAWAII.
bundled bales of broom
will be shipped down to
on the next Australian
It appears Hint a good
of the brooms sold In this
city aie inauufactuii'd in Hawaii,
although Hie raw material for their
manufacture m Miipped llietu from
this city. S. F. Aita.
UiiMmm I,nM,ntT TIipii pull nl
Hip DrtlH JM'W nl MollUlPr Co.,
No. Mil) I'ntt ulrppt. Mini nxninltip
llmtp lienutlftil PrrtiiuiP llriskuU,
wiiiHilliliig finitely tmw. 'Ilipy ImtT)
iilion Inrpo nnd miHpiI tock of llio
(.'hult'pst I'erfuiiiDs, In plnln or pill
Hlns ciiiitnlneM. Ilniali nnd ('on,h
Sols, i'rnvi'lltiiK Chips, Mniilcnru
Sels, Cufl iumI ('ulliir llovos, mill
olliui Tollel Arliclpfl Ion iitiiiiprous
to mention. In iMiolngrnplilo Otmils,
tlip, bitvo tlio b(M nMnrlinutil ooi
show ii In this market, comprising
every requlslto for either pinfus
sioiial or iiuiiiU'iir. Particular nt
leullou is called lo their line of
Cainein, any ouo of which will make
a Useful and Valuable Christinas
Picsent. One uiny please their fanoy
wl.li a "Kodik," (ou piess thu
button) six different styles to choose
fioui, or n "llawkove," or a "l D
Q," or a School Oulllt, or Ihc regu
lullou threc-le,'ge(l tise-n-hood vari
ety. The pi ices forn complete out
lit lauge from S8 50 to $125. Suiok
ers and lovcts of the weed can lind
at this establishment, tho very best
of American and Ihivanah Cigars,
Choice Tobaccos and Cigan tics,
Pipes in cnilles variety, such as
Alecischaum. plain or silier mount
ed, llriar ditto. Cigar and Cigarette
Cases, Etu , Etc. Space will, not
permit a full enumeration of all they
have to show you, call and see for
IIOLLiM'ER & CO.
7;iS Id 10!) Fort Street.
XMAS AND NEW YEAR.
The latest and newest novelties
suitable for Xmas and New Year's
presents, such as Oxidized Silver
Plaster Ca'.us, Oxidized Silver La
dies' Companion Oxidized Silver
Card Books, Oxidized Silver Jewel
Ci.ses, Oxidized Silver Vinnigiettes
with Pin and Chain,, Oxidized Sil
ver Match Safes, Oxidized Silver
Cigarette Cases, Oxidized Silver
Shoe Hooks, Solid Silver Stamp
Boxes. Also, Celluloid Goods in
great variety. We have received
an immense stock of Ladies' All
Linen Ilcmstiched Handkerchiefs
(colored bouleis), which we have
decided to sell for only $2 per
dozen ; they heat anything in the
Handkerchief line; will be glad to
show them to vou ; bite bargain for
the holiday. We are prepared to
show you the finest and best select
ed stock of Ladies , Misses , and
Children's Trimmed and Untrimmcd
Hats, all the latest styles ; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Silver Gift .Sale. Silver Presents
to everybody who purchases $2.50
worth of goods. Come and pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CHAS. J. F1SHKL,
The Leading Millineiy House,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
JjjfiT'Airhed, per S. S. Alameda,
filled with Fruits and Oysters for
Cliribtmiib: Giapcs, Pears, Manda
iin Oystois., Oiegon and California
Apples, Caulilloweis, Ci'lery; al-o, a
fu'l supply of It.iisins and Nuts,
Smyrna and California Fig?.
Also, for sale a consignment
of Fine Breed of Chickens; also, Fat
Roossters for the table.
JCSAlso, Frozen Turkeys and
Poultry of all kindb for Christmas.
San Fkanoisco Fuuit Depot,
81 King street.
Jno. Lycuuous, Prop. 743 3t
GAMARINOS' Kef tlgcratorai lived
per S. S. "Alameda" with tho
following f i nits, etc., in plentiful .sup
ply: Fiesh Fioen Oysters In tins and
shell, Celeiy, t'aulilloweis, Cabbage,
Apples, Tens, Grape-,, Nuts and Diied
Fiulls, Kaislns, Figs, Etc., Etc
73.") 3t UALiroitNiA FnoiT Mahket.
jVIUSICVL Wedding Cak(s, in the
ill very latest, can ho oidcred only
at the "Elito lee Cie.im Pailois."
- 711 t
C1ADDIES and a great variety of
I other Fanoy Candy Boxes, only
at the "Elite lee I'leam P.ulor.s."
Haw-iilaii Lodge, Ho. 21, F. & A. M.
WH3UB will b n meeting of Ha.
wniian Lodge .No, 21, F. & A. M
at its Ilnll. euinu'1 of Foit and Queen
slreoiB. THIS (1'i.ewlaj) EVENING,
ul 7:30 o'elouk, for
Work in the 3d Degree.
Mi Hilars ol Lodge lu Progies anil all
pojourning liri'limi am fi.Ucnmlly In.
vlted to le pr h-iii.
Hy order ot the V.. M..
T. O. POUTER,
7-3 II Sicn tary,
WE the undei. signed beg to inform
our f i lend-, that our stores
will not bu opi-iied on Xuiiis Day.
II. E. MolNTYUE&BRO.,
LEWIS te CO.,
OH 18. IIUsTACE.
743 It ,
'PO tho members of O.ihu Lodge, No.
1 l.IC.ofP. Chi istmiis Eve, fall
ing this year on our regular meeting
night, meuibeirt will please take not leu
that wild meeting will be postponed to
S VTUEDAY, ihu'Jith lust., at 7 o'clock
Pir Older of the G. C, 743 U
'PIIE annual me ting ot the members
1 ofthoMdloiH' lioiiio Society will
he held at the loom of tho Chamber of
Oommoiee on WEI Ni:si) Y NEXT,
tho 31st December, 1 800, at 10 o'clock
A. Ji. Iininedliiioly after ndjoiunuieiit
I lie lionid of Tiustees will hold its an
iumI meeting. Per order,
F. A. bUIAEFEIt,
Honolulu, Doc. -'3, lbOO, 74 y hv
Tuesday Gvontrn, Doc.
AT M U't'hllt'lv.
A I'Ai'fcn nst
win. in: iii-AiMtv
F M. ENGLISH, B. A.
ltaninploi ut Cuict will ncronipaiiy Iht
To be followed hv it lluinoum Mutlo.il
"Mrs, Sutherland TnmpkytiS at IlnniA "
The Postural Symphony tiom Han
del's MciMult will he played on the
l? AdiiiMon CO centi.
Attention, Knights I
A SPECIAL convention of Mystic
Lodge No. a. IC of P, will he
held on TUKSDAY EVENING, Dec.
'J.I, 18!i0. for the pin poo ot nnmiuithig
ollleeis for tho ensuing tcnn, and for
the transaction of such other business
as may eoino hefoio the convention.
No convention will bo held Wednesday
Per order of the O. (
.1. M McOUL'SNEY,
K. of Jl i H.
Corner Furt & Queen SlreetF.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
WOMAN to tako eaie of children
and to do ehambeiwork. Annlv
at this olllce. , 73.1 i
f?IRST-CLASS dressmakers; good
J pay; only oxpeileneed bauds need
apply, i ounr Fort and Hotel stiecis
(over Eln lleh's dry goods store).
CATTLE SALE I
ON the 20th Decem
ber. 1800, then
will he t-old at Wal
pai, Maui, hy public
auction, 150 head,
more or less.
Good Ileef Cattle, 2
Horses, 3 Mules, 3 Mares
nnd 1 Colt.
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Blown Sorrel
small "in" on neck.
Finder will bo suitably
le warded by utuni
lug same to
Oiiliu Railway & Laud Co.
i MKCIh meeting of the stoek
i holdeis of thu Oaliu Railway &
Land Co. will ho held at the Chamber
of Coiniin itu Rooms In Honolulu, on
WEDNLSDW, Dec. Ill, 181)0, at 11
o'clock A M , foi the put peso of amend
ing the lly-htwn and other Important
biulnvM. W.O. ArlllLLY,
KecietuiyO. It. Hi L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 17, lS'JO. 7dS td
ttgrtwen e?wytwg!BWKww jMSLu.
WINKS & LIQUOBS !
SUITABLE FOK 01IMSTMAS & NEW YEAR'S
WINE & SPIRIT
N. B. My stor will not be open
TOYS ! TOYS !
DOLLS ! DOLLS !
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
QUEEN & KAAHUMANU STREETS.
Card Cases, Jewel Casos, 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,
Fairclild's Hold, Silver & Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 181)1,
LADIES' CHATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
SSf Open evenings on and after Saturday, 20th Inst.
ICM1UKU RANCH, Ifau, Ha
waii. 181,000 acies. For
further particulars, apply to
t, BUILDING Lot on Be-
retanl.i street, opposite
tho Ice Woiks, 00 ft. fi outage
by HO feet deep; deslrnblo locution
Apply to J. M. CAM iRA, Jit.,
Real Kotute A General Agent, Spree
keU' Illock, Room No. 10. 737 lw
AblllTE of Tlnco Nicely
Furnished Rooms, two
bid rooms and parlor, on
Punchbowl street near Palace Walk;
unliable for two single gentlemen.
WW U H. F. HEUIJARD.
Honolulu, II. I.
on Christinas Day.
LARGEST AND CHOICEST SELECTION
& Plush Albums,
NO. 4 Adams Lano, 1 Largo
Front Room, furnished.
Apply at premises. 738 tf
. Mfc. A rP HAT Tract nf Laud sltuat
flSaffi - eu "l Palolo Valloy, and
! Consisting of 170 acres, more
or less, until recently under lease to the
lute Phillip Milton, and belonging to
the estate of Clius. Long, deceased, A
lease for a term of years will be given,
us well us Immediate possession If de
sired. The land Is substantially fenced.
For partic lars, apply to
F. A. SCIIAEER,
Or J. l Colburu.
Honolulu, Dec. 0, 1890. . 731 3w
CANDLES for Xmas Trees! Wo
claim to liavo lho prettiest caudles
In town. Your truly, Tuu "Elite lee
Ureuin Purlors." 738 lw