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TIIEO. N.N. nAKIPUKA INWAKD AND
Uruinn SlilpSIarle Ilnrkfrld Arrived
The Ttrt nrmtr In rrtOth
The White lloe lus moved to the railroad
wliarl to dLcbarxc coal.
A new bolter for the stcamtr Kaena arrived
in (he steamer Manna I.oa.
The Marlpota left at noon today (or Ban
Franclpro. The government band plated on
Tomorrow, blab tide larj;o 8:21 a m; high
tide email 1(1.45 p m; low tide Urge 8.4 J p in;
low tide mall 1 &1 a in
your tin- ii "i !nni nnc found In tin' i."i!
ley lit I in; i 1' i. In in j jiMuduy b) euMuina
Kiiard Wallore. They were nipot'd to In
Ion;; to the Jupjuoeruuk, is ho wa unested
A. large narnber of people inspected the
new Inter-Iland t'-nmt'riil llrcwi'i's wharf
today. T he ci-nvrnl oplmun I "rlie' a dmi
dy." The Maiinu Loaanlvcd aliorlly after U
Uet night, having left San Krunclsco on Dec
The Norwegian bar); fcliUoii bound from
Newcastle to llniinlulii Iirs been t"sti-tl liv
Iitojds Hf iiilmlni;, and It is tlionifht that the
Tossi'l and bcr crew of sixteen men and ber
tITccrs have been hint. The vessel was out
117 diva wlnn the Alameda left Honolulu,
and iu all that time shu bad not I'tcti spoken.
llicOas Mariposa arrhed iu about Op m
yeterdaj from the Colonics, flic left SjUney
Nov 24 at 5 p in; lift Auckland Nov 8S at S p
m; left Apia Dec i!at4p m. For this poll
she brought 2!W bales gunnies, 32 r beer, HO
csdrt goods, i c arms, Iu sheep, 15 cs tong
ues, 11 csliori-c medicine, 4 cs seeds, 14 cs
lnc, Ocs chemical goods, 1(H) cs fish, W cs
limes. 1 he consignees are W Q Irwin &, Co,
Marfnrlam- ,fc Co, hoffschlaeger A Co, K A
riliHvin a i , I i I)uica A u, J .M.irrUiii,
C.istle .V: . .!,. , I". W .luiilan, MitM.ia.lilan
MmI Co and l' 1' Cauiariiios.
The tine, large Ucrman iron ship Maria
"flackfeld arrived this morning from llremeu,
(iwmany. flic made Cape Horn on the 72ud
days out, In which lelulty very rough weath
er was experienced. 1 he alilp made the voy
age to this port Iu l7 daj8, havl g cleaied
Irom Ilreiiieu on July 15. Her freight con
flicts of IiJiit) toiM mineral freight and lullil tons
of coal Two Hi roughbrcd bulls a'jd live
dogs wore brought for i'aul Ist-nberg. Most
of the ship's crew have been here before. Mr
Frederick Kruger is a patecnger.und Is travel
ing for hl hi-altli The vessel docked at
Nuuanu street wharf, and i lookiug us neat
and clean as a new plu.
Wednesday. Dec. II.
0 S S Mariposa, Hayward, from the Colo
nics. Btinr J A Cuiuinliis, Seailc, Irom Ojbu
8tmr Manna Loa, (iodfrcy, from San Kran
ttieco. TiiunaiiAY, Dec. 10.
Ger ship Marie Ilackfeld, Kruse, from Cri
Tiiuumiav. Dec. 10.
Stmr Iunlanl, Bmythc, for I.ilialuu. Kultul
Jiacle and Uounkna at 10 a in.
O S s Mariposa, ilayuaid, for San Frau
Cisco. TASSCNGEim AltltlVED.
From the Colnnle. per stmrO S S Marl
pon, Dee 0 Mnggla .More, Ilev llaskitt
ttnilll), Miss tde and l'lof Henry iV'uril fur
this purl. Through p.iffengeih Mr and Mis
Chas'fajlor. Mr ami Mrs J W nililliitflir.nl,
Mro liiitlt itiinii-, Mrs J C Vllllani"ti, MM
Dokui., Miss Luiieatter, MiisKthel Wadding
ham, Miss Klorenit' Wiuldliigliam, Ml-s Kisto
Waddlnuham, Mini (icrtiudc Wiiddliigliaiu,
Mli-ri Alice nihiiiiuluiin, Mlm Kmmu U'uilil
ingham, l)iell lurff, James Hurt, James d
Craig, Itiilieit I) ijooch, It II III lining, SK
I.slitley, .1 II McKinniui. James Mllchell, A 8
Munay, Nill ii Ittld, Mercer Waildlngham.
Foi San Frnucls'jo. per 8 S Mariposa, Dec
1C-K Unity, I'nille White, Mr and Mrs
Luuiug, Mis A F 1'iielpi, Mis K ti l'atter
son. V It Winn, the Krawley Company, W I
Whitley. N Ilulatead, Mrs C D Wilson, J W
Kcward 11 F McCuIlocb.
LYMAN-At Madison, Wlf., November ,
lc'.i'J, to the wlfu of Mr F A l.y man, a eon
DEdKYIu Germany, Harry, son of Mr and
Mrs Chat 8 Dinky of this city.
FOItKIO.N VF8HKI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Wluro Irom Due
Australia B 1' Dec II
Ilolgle Yokulianm !) o l,r
Warr Imoii Victoria Dee Itl
Alainida 8F Duel"
Dorlci HF Dee 17
Miowcra rjdny Ilev VI
China 8p Dei M
Jap h b 'liiiahlu .Mii'ii,,, VoUolminil, ..lite iin
Am M'hr.Moha; . ...b I'
Ger III, .1 C lil.nle. I.ier I,... November HO
Am hk Am j 'luuiei Nim Yotl, ...Jau'Jil
Jlr bk Hon i-iiIr'U, I.lvvipiiol
Ant bli Crnn Kiimkn Due
VlrfHM.i IN I'OIIT.
II 8 8 Adiu, Wri.uii, Sun I'laiuUco.
U t fl Ateii, llniiloul, Han r'riinulini,
(Cnaileis mil liiohnlnl In IhlslUI,)
W'1!' '! I.'..V!"',"''' "M. lli'iurluru Day.
Nor hk Wlillu ou, Aurue, Nfvatlo
Ilk AnlifiHwin, III tii, Nuncaillo,
H(l Wlil.r, MoNi'lll. Man Fiam'iu'n.
Ilrlg liinlliis, llriiuy, lUliulul.
Ilr lit, Stum ilon, llmvl.iinl. NnHiaslln.
Haw ik Aiuliiw Wilili, llriiw, HF.
Ilk Haiiion, FruiniiNl, Nowrsstlf,
ill liK Oakimnli, Niin.i.llu
All) hk (.' I) ill taut. ,oo, Nuw H'Hltll Wnlet.
AinhMiiH Ni.'MUlii, lliililmr.l.HF.
Ilr bk Wwulluliu, llmiiwnu, Nvwraillu.
ll"lll I ' ' m
Nici'ly fui'iilriliiM) inniiiH ui tlm
lpulnr Hi. iiii, Iff I Kurt utioiil,
from $I.M) p'T wnoli ii i.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
TruBting that you uiny be in
terested in cycling, wo talco tbo
liberty of sttttinn to you a few
facts nbout our wheels:
We need not troublo you with
needlp" di'eription of the World
Fumed "UAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its enny running, np
peurnuce, strength and lasting
qunlities has won for the makers
a name world renowned.
The "RAMBLERS", aro oqui
pod with the great G.&J. Detach
able Tiro, which siuco its intro
ductiou to Honolulu has proved,
1 ! till w - nmmn wpi Xl a X
UJ WU UUUIUUIO IU UOU, IUU uiubl
succoBBful and necessary adjust
mont to a bicyclo.
i Wo take groat pleasure in ro-
comonding to our frionds the
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will uover havo occasion to regret.
Our terms aro suoh that a bicy
clo i nn InnfTfir n. lmriirv lvnr. n
I nonnnn:.. ;.. i..t ..:.. i:
uuuuooivy in uuiuut duviuj ui WUJU
and mouoy. Wo would ask you
to but call and got our figures.
Ah is oustomnry nearing tho
closu of each year, tho miikors iu
order to got ready for tho ouBtiing
year, oifor tho iirosout 189(5
whi'olsat reduced prices. Wo uro
now prepared to givo our cub
tomtiru tho bonofit of thoao roduo
lioiiH art long as our stock holdti
out. For thoao wiHhing ft n up to
ditto wheul of tlin liiglit'Ht grade,
one which wo fan gimraiitoo lo
tlio fttlli'Ht exlonl, wo would oll'or
llin "HAMJILEU." Ah to iin.
provoiiientH for tho coming bohsou
wo would Bay wo aiitiulpato nono,
iSimli oliungDH wliioli may bo uiado
will, nu lias boon tho post two
yoarH, bo cliangoH iiumatorlal to
tho iiiipiovoiiioiit of (ho wliool in
Kindly giv tlila Homo tliouglit
ur t'lillynur fil'iiitls'alUiiilioii to it
E. 0. Hall & Son
LIMIT). I .
- StiiZ I'lrv-r. ,.Mi4!!u-rflcritw
Itlll XII HAWAII.
Neil ill or rrye'a 1'ultli In Clcvotniiil's
Bonator Fryo of Maine declares
bis implicit confidonco that Prosi
dout Clovoland will tako availing
action in behalf ' of -Cuba.
Ho was askod by tbo Ex
aminer correspondent whoroiu
lay his esprcssod hopo that some
thing would bo done for Cuba ro
gardloes of tho Sonato, some
mombers of which would
oppose, no they had al
ready done, any action by
the present administration.
"In President Cleveland," snid
Senator Frye earnestly. "His
patriotism is beyond question. I
hope, nay, I uspi-ct, to boo him go
out of olfico in a blaze of glory
bocauso of a righteous act in behalf
of liborty. Ho has tho powor in
his bands. Ho has shown courage
on sevoral occasions, and I say
frankly that I expect something
splendid from him yet. Ho will
uct in an emphatic way."
"And you are a member of tho
Senate Committeo on Foroigu Re
lations?" I suggested in order
that additional weight might
attach to bis opinion.
"I am," ho answered, "and my
follow Senators may think it un
becoming in rac to talk on a sub
ject that is likely to como before
us; but regarding Cuban inde
pendence, I am willing to go on
record at any time. The courtepy
of the Senate, eo called, must tako
care of itself when human liborty
is in the balance against it.
Senator Fryo did not expoct
nny otlior legislation on foreign
affairs in tho short session. He
regretted that tho Bancroft did
not niako tho pnssago of the
Dardanelles, tho United States not
being bound by tho Treaty of
Paris. Tho Senator said:
"Wo aro a people of some im
portance in the world now, and a
courageous act that would have
been perfectly justifiable under
tho law of nations would havo
dono as much to make our ilag res
pected as tho winning of tho naval
victory at Trafalgar or tho mouth
of tho Is'ilo did for tho English
colors in dayB past. Whenever a
nation can honestly assort herHolf
I beliovo she ought to do so.
Hero was lost an opportunity."
"What will bo tho card for the
"Hawaii. With tho Presidont
and Congress of ono mind, tho
settlement of that problem will bo
eaBy. There will not be another
lost opportunity to record."
Heller Hint future Itli-ddlliiK l'oll
tic Would lio Ulsustroim.
A Rome dispatch of November
15 says: Tho Italic says that tho
rumors of tho deposition of Arch
bishop Ireland from the diocese
of St. Paul, U. S., are evidently
untruo, becauso under tho present
Pontiff there has been only a
single deposition, which was that
of bishop Tourn, who was insane.
The Italie, however, suggests as
possible that if Archbishop Ire
land committed further impru
dence the irritation of tho Vnticun
would bo bo great that he might
bo invited to resign.
Archbishop lroland'a offenBo,
with which ruinorB of hia being
disciplined by the Popo woro con
nected, was in writing a lettor
against J3ryan and froo silver in
tho lato election campaign.
If you want to find out what a
dollar will purchase iu tho wny of
groceries for ChrirtttwiB, just bring
ono along to tho Palatini Grocery,
and you will bo hiiiprihod at iU
purohaHing power. CuliwtialH aro
usually closo buyers, and tho laot
Unit wo servo a good millibar of
thorn Hpmikn volumes for our
pricoB, II. Cannon. Palaina Gro
cery, uppouito Hallway Dopot,
Kinii street. Tolenliono 7fifi ovorv
If Ml, II ilitn't nvimnl I., ,. l
.? n.'ii w(i, ', in iuiiiii
any .Muni jiii'Piniiu hum year, t
fi piiituro of King IJroa,, mlili
rnni lwut frliifwl niul Imtin W a
Iioiihi nn a Hurnriao. No olm
.TllU W M.'ili'iUi,lnm unlnnnntil
H M II f H'lHIIIir HI MMItl I Ulllli
or iiiHlallnioiitH, WimwioiiiH
II. WOBV'H, OlHHOIIlUTllllinll),
llmnit Thrum'ri Monk Hliii'n. '!'
Inn mid lnniiii'liiir. luV 'IV
DECEMBER 10, 189G.
m m wiirnwi ii ii mmh iinMnipi aitinra n wi rrnim
finishing touch to
man's attire Is tils scarf
and how they do
Daresay you have
a drawer filled at home -This
make ns wonder
wliiil hi'i oiiii k i.f all tin His
that arc sold and yet
we're selling. When
you sec these latest
creations you won't
wonder at the selling.
ricking was never caster.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : ; WaYBrlBY Block
Moat respectfully beg loavo
to notify tho ladies and house
keepers of Honolulu that they
now havo their stock of
Ready for inspection, and
to draw their attention to tho
extrcmoly low prices. GoocIb
in every lino and of the latest
styles will be sold regardless
of cost, at tho
lfon Holts Block;, I(iqg fitmi
H.W. SCHMIDT &. SONS,
Von Holt Block, King Street
For Sale !
For the noit .10 days I will offer for Bale
my Cofleo bHtmu iu (Jliui, llnwuii. Tliiu
Property coukIbIh of 200 Acres, nil suituble
to tuo raising of Cnfiee.
107 Acres uro clcuiol and planted.
105 Aci cm to cofleo coutuinitig 85,000 trees.
52 Acros of which bein planted nearly a
03 Acres of which ismuro recently planted.
2 Acres in pliiuluil to lawn, garden and
Tho Buildiugs, 1 Dwelling Ilouse, Japa.
uese Huubo, Ubickeu Uoubu, Corn Iloubo,
Cow Stablo and Pig Pens.
tfg Tho I'roporty is Bitnnted at 18
VQlTts on Volcuin rond. A cooil road lead
ing to tho i-luce, titlo good nutl terms to BUit.
4G0-lm Ohm, Uuwuii.
Lots leap Eapiolaai
Tbcie nre over looo lots for sale, 5o.Ioo
feel, iiiiiiih.ii ot Kuplolanl Park, ndjolnlni; the
rurldeuuvoi' Messrs U. Brown, II. J. Nulte,
Tlinnuis llullliiKcr and others,
Thcte Lots III bu sold cheaper than any
placu In Honolulu since the rclu of Kumeba
Water will be laid oil ns toon as buyers aro
ready to build.
1'ilciM are ranging from lloo.oo per Lot to
This Is the best opportunity to get a home.
For further particulars apply lo
W. O. AUIII A (JO.,
Heal Kstatu IlioKcrs,
Uonululu, Nov. i'i, m. t7.'-lm
Throo LotH Avith Coinforlablo
and Tasty Collagen thoroon Bilu
ato on Makiki street, uoar Uorota
nia, Honolulu. Tho yards aro
pluulcd with Shrubs nud Orua
uioiitul 'JVooh, Will bo Bold to
gether or separately, Apiilv to
I lioiiHO on Klnnu Htroct,
1 Hiiiibu mi ICiimu htiool.
l-U Hbiry Onttngo on Knrl slnml
U Oottunott nn i''o't Hlioot,
I IhiiihIioiI Hoiiho, Wnunn
(I. U IIOAHDMAN,
177 II ;n"iii.
Rtonmors ot tho above Lino running in oonncotlon with the
CANADIAN PACIITIC RAILWAY
Botwoen Vancouver, B. a, nnd Sydnoy, N. 8. W., and calling at Viotoria, B. O.
Ilonolulu and Suva (Fiji),
JL.ttlZ JDTJTE1 iJJ? OHCOlSrOIj'U'ZliTT
On or about tho dates below stale J, viz.:
From Sydnej and Suva, far Victoria and
Vancouver. II. O.i
Stmr ',MIOWEnA,, December 26
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" January 24
Stmr "MIOWKRA" Fobmory 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" March 24
Tliroujrli TicltctH iHsiietl from Honolulu to Ciiniuln,
United SttitcB niul Kiiropc.
F11EIOHT AND rASbU.NOEli AOENTS:
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada.
Rodkrt Kr.nn, Winnipeg, Onnada.
M. M. Smim, 8nu Fruucisco, Cul.
G. MoL. Bkown, Vancouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Ot tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auekland on or about
Jan. 7, 1896.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Mails and Fassengera on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fino Al Stoo Steamship
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Ilonolulu from San Francisco
ou or nbout
IDec. 17, 189G.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in the United Stutos.
CSTFor further particulars regarding
t reight or jassago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Juu. 0, 1897....
for S. F.
...Dec. 10, 1890
..Jan. 14, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Franoisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Ilonolulu.
Alameda, Deo 17, '00 I Monowai, Jan 7, '97
Mariposa, Jan It, '97 AlnmeiU, Feb 4, '07
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $106,645.16
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Bavinus Hunk for Monthly Deposits,
Houses llullt ou the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series o( Stook now oper.t
For furtlier pni'tluuhiiH apily lo
A. V. G1SAK, Seorotury.
Chniubor ot Coiiuuercu Itoouis,
Offlcohonw, ISino-liHOl'.Jl, WMf
General Munngcr of
The Equitablo Lifo Assurance Socioty
Or llio UiilUd KtuteH for Hie llawuiliiu
Orywi Merchant utrtwt, Honolulu,
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-;- COMPANY
Assots, - - - $10,000,000,
ll ii iBKvat
H. VV. Bcmmipt A boni,
AriiIi fur tlm llnwnlluii MmW,
HllllHOrlllM fr t0 Kvt.'NINO Vr
I'H'HHi 7fi Pl-lltM )H III Kill.
Oceanic mm Co.
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. O., to
Suva and Sydney!
Stmr "WAnRIMOO" Dey ruber 16
Stmr "MIOWEliA" January 16
moor -vrAiuuDiuu" rtbrnary 10
8Unr"MIOWEUA'' March 16
Z3T For Freight nnd Passage nnd all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for thoHnwniianlnInnds.
Wildcn Steamship Co's
O. L. WIOH ' , I'rca. 8. J). KOSE, Boo.
Capt. J. A. KINC1, I'ortSnpU
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and M..kena tho
samedjyj Mahukonu. Kawalhaeand Lau
tmhoohoe the following day, arriving at
Hilo the same evening.
HAVIB HOMOI.QI.U. ARRIVKS UOHOtULU.
Saturday Deo. 12
Tuosday Deo. 22
Friday Deo. 18
Tuesday Dee. 29
Returning, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. M., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mnhn
kona and Kawaihae sumo dayi Miikena,
Maalaea Hay nnd Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho aftornoonB
of 1 Hominy and Fridays.
" Will call nt Pohoiki, Pnnn.
W"No Freight will bo received nftor
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p. h.
touching at Kahului, Hana, Hanion nnd
Kipuhulu, Maui. Ifeturniug arrives at
Houolnin Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kuupo, on second trip
of each month.
Ko Freight will be rocelvcd after
F. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in the time of departure and
uiiivui ui iw aieuuieiB wuuoui nntleo and
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising the:efrom.
I Consignees must bo at the Landings to
rocoivo their Frt-ight; this Company will
Tint linlfl llcntf .aaiiniLnllil.1 tn t 1..1.1 ..l
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will uot lw responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
nnlcss placed iu the care of Pursere.
Pasheugers ate requested to purchase
tioketd before embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to au additiona
charge of twenty-livo per cent
lo. 10 Store
ligs! Iugsl Iugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Cni-pots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
n- All JiiHt ltocoivotl at
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS , , ,
Trnlim will Jtmvu t Oilfi a, m,
imiUiJBi', m,, itnivinpf in Mono
lulu ni Dili niul rtfir j. m,
nOUND TniP TICKETS;
111 ()U4 l)t Qm
I'mirl Oily.,,.,,,, 75 50
Kwu riniiliitiitn.,, l 00 7fi
Wnlimno 1 ISO 1 8j