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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 12, 1890.
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V. . N. Ailiuui Dcpnrteil Aitslrnlln,
Aloha nnd Oeylou In l'ort About
Tbc U 8 3 Adams left the harbor tUls raorn
Uifi for 8n Francisco.
The Meamer Kcituhon took 87 Chinese lab
orers (o Mukaucll lust (light.
Tho V 0 Hall i 111 be hauled on the marine
railway lor n Weaning on Monday,,
Tho b Igt W (1 Irwin and bark Mohican are
bound fium tho (loltlt.ii Uutu to lluiiolulu
With I he larm' mimlwr of YeweU In port at
pneciit. tlit i iiotuiiid ulllcci havt tbilr hands
A IiiiK nun flyliUd 'i miles cast at 11:10 a
m, 8hu wns reporUd later to bo tho hark
Tomorrow, high ttdo larco 10:1 a m; lilli
tUlq small .. . p in; low tide tare;: i.Hl p in;
low tide mall 5 '.'.F a m
Tho CD Urjnnt has Entitled dlt.-linrRlng
coal, and hun ninul to tiurensou's wbarl.
The It l Chuuey Is at Tactile Mull m hart.
A larj;u crod was at Oceanic wharf on tho
ariial ul the liner Auelrulia jesttrdny. Many
Honolulu people ueie p-iBSennera in her this
Ihclmrl. Cijlnn, Cipt Calhoun, 2S dajs
from Kurekit, lalllumiu, is in port. Her cur
Co consists or SuU,UUj feet of redwood mid
Too barkcntlne Irniiraid arrlrcd at San
Frauclsco Iron) this port, Dec 2, Kijj, luj
nut. and tLu barkcutiua V 11 Dlmoud on
Dec 3, lSdujs.
The Kinau Milled on her regular route a
little after teu this forenoon. Slio took about
all ttirlrclulii ahr cmild contnlently earrj
and a fair passenger lift.
The Amerkun .clmoucr Aloha arrived this
moii-i in 'an minium, 114 dn) out.
Capt Dabels riport Quo ncattur. Tho si boon
tr uioiifeiu i o on of ueueral trelitlit. tjlie
tied up at I'nellle Mail dock.
Aflrtbriiki nut In .livlaxiircttcofttu'fchonn
er Mary UoiIjji-, Ahleli was ljlnij In un Kran
cleco llnj wnltlni; to discharge her cargo
fioin KkIh'I ) nil the night of Dec y. It w
put uut before mueli damage was done.
The S U Hull brought O.'M bugs of sugar
from the (luium Itlutl.la uioinliig, lii'iH ball
ot which " in ! Ihc stiamshlp Auitrn in
and tho Iml iiue to tliu llrllltsli b.irk Oukli.nl.
The iii' I I N Uu' t-lutncr Mnunii I.oa
lll not lie put into tcrvleu for at least tin
ilijnLt. one 'u lo run alternately with the
Mlkalil on tic Hall's old route fur Maul
and Hawaii 'Ihc (i Hull will keep the
illkuhiilu unit.- tu Kuuiil.
The Bluami-hlp Ainliiilin, II C llnudlitt-
coiiiiniiiiiKr, IiliMm l'mnclsio, D'C.iiU In
in, with ill i ii ' 'in uud .)(' stu rao passuugi rs,
and US li.it a hi m.iil Miu expeikiited muder
uto somii iu-1 anil roulli mil wlmli until
Die III linnet-io poit lljhl trades Arrlwii
at Honolulu Pit II at 4 pin '1 lino Odajs
and 0 hours.
Ihe fcti'aiinr Manila l.n.i, which was re
cently built i.t I'i'ii lllaKcl), siillnl for llonu
lulu jestiidny, cur.lng a taigo of genernl
merctini.diti. she was to lia inkcu u num
lur of jiah-ingi i. Inn hlio would not wait to
beluspectcd, and e.intiiueiiliy a passenger
certificate vm refufed her. Her passeugers
wlllgohy the Australia on caturday. 3 F
SiTuiiDAr, Dec. IS.
Stinr W G Hull, llagluud, from ports on
StmrMokulll N'ellson, fioin MoloUil.Miuil,
Am fcthr Alolm, Dabel, fiom San FrneifCO
Am bk (.t-jlon, Calr.oun, from l'.nrik.i.
8atuih)y, Dec 12.
U S S Aih i.n, Wntfon, foi hun Fiani'luo
Btnir Kliiau, Chtike, for Maul aud Il.i ,
l'cr a f Aiistru'.la, fiom San riawUni
Deo II- Wirt " llluio..l I liouun mid nun'
MrsAinlrtu Unmn, Mil's It I. 11m Un, J II
C.i'tlo, C Iiiiji Lhiltou nn I wife. .1 H Calii and
wllo, .1 I' i in ko, .1 II Crawfoid, Mis M
Duninn n-ul n n, Miss Muj Damon, M DiU,
II J llnj and wife. C r'Kil.urt, Mrs Cipi
(iodfiey and ihlldien, .1 II tioodhiii', M
(iieeu. MUs M II llnidy, Dr I.eon I' llarvcj
andwifi' MlsMa'nl ilrlieoili.Ch.n i; llou'g,
Mm Hopper. M s W 1 Hopiiur nod lliu-i-cliitdieii,
Mir..) J Iliiiiur. I) V Juiiiib and
wife, J A Kiune'y. Mis I. II Keir unit two
children, .Mrs A I, Low my and inuiil, F ,1
l.owrey ai.d wile, Mis llelin 8 I.owrej, Allan
r,(iuie3,h iidi-ia.v i,ou ri,tlicr ood l.nwrej,
Mis KdwnM Miuldin, C.I M(Cnrth), 1' A (I
.MiSithnrit, .1 V Millar. Oil Mincer, Mumis
O'Fuiii-ll, M .1 O'Fnmll.Dr J M I'.cDlts, Mrs
J K ltciilmi, (.has A Ithe, Mi V II liiec, W
knicthc, ii H bpauldlng, M T 8iieuier and
wife, UK witno, MIb" Tviiipli'lnn, Mis
Torhert J C V. Ibiil, Mrs Win Weight. Miss
I.iicIh i . . 1. 1 Mm i Imi Winter and Mm II
1) Whhiird and Infant.
From Kmial, tier stinr W (1 Ilnll, Dee 12
GNU ilcu. I, illaki ami .'II deck passenger?.
1' SSVNOI IIS DKTAIITl'.D.
For Mniil anil M.ihiiII, per stinr Klnnn, Dec
13l'nr Ihu ViiU'iiiio J O I'laudi-io, Alius
1'landiis. J.in Hurt. Way ports- Mr .1 .1
lluiiicr. Misp Hlucow, Dr Hiirvo und wife, II
Madid mm wile, W Mulch mid child, AdJ
Slnion-oii in' ulhi i: 1. HuicliliiMiii, A "
lltchardrnn. A W Dunn, C 11 Kluigel, .1 1
Cm licit, A It Hindi, II a 1'iatl mid wile, .) I
Iliown, Mrs (iinidhiie, 88 Kuklaud wife, Mlro
AUDuw-eit, Dr lioodliuc, I A Dlas, Ml
lltta Wight. I' M h(iloiima, Mis (iio Koss
and child Mi-A Iloiui'r nod ! chllditn, I)
,ciiiuim. (t C mllh'di, (leo N Itoin'rlrou,
W O m 1mi , Mm A 1'idro, "SUi ll.i'kwlih,
11 1' lloiv'Bi i ml A (' Dickens.
OAllOOES rilOM I8LAND I'OHTH.
Ki .(tmr W (i Hall-Ci55 hags sugar, 'i
hoi is, 4'.i pl.g- tniud.
Rx stmr Mokolii Mlnccllanioub, hldis
pigs, taro, bund.
llo 'So you boo, Hibb Efiith,
nono of the old rnligioiis suit mc.
After oxuminiiiK tliom nil, 1 run
driven l ti;tio8tici8iu.' Slio 'I
boo. Y'U chooao iiunnslictaii)
simjilv lifi'nii-io ou (Vui'l knou
nny Ui tut.
I.ATK'IT l'ltl'IN NinVN,
Continued from let Page.
Sovornl Amoricau corrospon
desnto haro had friendly warnings
that Woylor contemplates doport
ing somo of thomoro outspoken
onos boctuiBO thoir reports do not
TOLIOK RAID A CITY.
A Santiago do Cuba dispatch of
jOocombcr 4. says tho city wbb
thrown into consternation by a
raid of the police after tho peoplo
wore genorally in bod. It is
known thnt at lenBt twenty-five
persons woro arrested and hurried
off to prison. A doctor, two law
yers, four merchants and three
women woro among tho prisoners
takon. Nearly ull of Enstorn
Cuba is in the handa of tho insur
gents, excepting tho city of Santi
ago de Cuba.
Violent gales hnvo occurred on
tho British coasts, with several
casualties at Brighton.
A gonoral nhipping ptriko in
ordored at Hamburg. Laborers
at Antwerp refuso to unload vessels
Tho Italian Chamber of Depu
ties, by a vote of 184 to 20, adopt
ed a voto of confideuco in tho Gov
ernment, which Promicr di Ihidini
asked for at the close of tho do
bate on tho Government's colonial
Emperor William, on a visit to
tho Hanover military school,
while addressing tho oflicers
alluded to tho Brusewitz affair,
exhorting the oflicers always to
bear in mind that the uniform
should not bo a causo for anta
(jonibiii between ofiicors and c ti
zons, and that such a distinction
should not bo emphasized by tho
demeanor of the oflicers.
Dlt. JAMESON IIKLEASEI).
Dr. Leimder S. Jameson was
released tho night of Doc. 2 at 9
ocloekfrom Hollowny jail, Lon
don, iti cotnplianco with tho order
of Homo Secrotnry Sir Matthew
White Bid ley. Dr. Jameson tin
derwout u serious opoiatiou in
tho jail Novombor 19, and tho re
lease was ordeted on medical
grounds. Ho was sentenced to
fifteen months' imprisonmont on
July 28 last on a chargo of violat
ing tho neutrality laws in invad
ing tho territory of tho South
GERMAN COURT HOANDAL.
At the trial of fivo prominent
journalists in Beilin, of whom
Baron von Luntzow was one, for
libeling a host of noblemen as
tho outcome of tho Czar's aud
Einper-r illiam's toast at Bros
lau Biron von Luotzow made a
written confesbion of lying and
forgery. Ho implicated von
Tiiusch, tho commissioner of do
tective police, under uliobu ordeis
ho suid ho acted. Tho conclusion
of the trial is awaited with great
interest, as it ia expected to reveal
the doings of the couit clique
credited with causing tho down
fall of Gcuoial Count von Capthi,
predecorisor of Princo Hohonloho
as Imperial Chancellor, uud lo
result in investigating tho recent
press war against Princo Hohon
lohe and tho Baron Mareschall
yon Bicberstein. Tho publio is
intensely excited over tho rovela
tioiiB of tho methods omployod by
the political polico and over what
Count Enlenborg is going to do.
Count Euleuberg is at tho head of
tho list of tuo dignitaries alleged
to have boon liboled.
l'RERJ'NT TO IIAYAltD.
Tho Loudou Daily Tolegrnph
has opened a puMie subsciiption
for the purpoeo of )re8enting Mr.
Bavaid. the United Status Jmhiin.
hiidor. with a national Cluiotinas
gift in view of hit r.ppiouchiug
departure. Tho iduu is to present
him with tho oldest and finest
edition of Shitket-pearo and Chau
cer obtainable. Sir Edwin Arnold
appeals for f-ubscriptions in an
(loqnent editorial. Tho Gchomo
in not genorally well received, be
in i? held by the Clironiclo and
oomo cluliinon as lacking propriu
ty. They say a farewell state
banquet would bo tho proper
nmdu of testifying appieciation of
iimbaoeudor Bayard's great ser
vices for international goodwill.
Cyclono and flood Imvo dovas
tnted islands of tho Vost Indies.
Seventy five persons perishod in
the storm on Moutsorrar.
Fivo Denuties to tlui nonvnntinit
at Ouajaquil, JCctiador, died of
tmdor, died or
tli'd body was
t'HOW lli'l' W'lllli
i.i -3' al(ij.
Signal victoiien have beon won
by tho rebels in Uruguay. A de
pot of dyuamito bombs has been
unearthed at Montevideo. Many
porsons havo boon arrested and
people arc deserting tho city.
Joseph JamoB Cheesoman, Prcs-
iuont ot jjiDona, a tea rtov. J.x.
Tho pluguo is spreading utB tin
bay, where several Europoans
havo died of it.
Tho Court of Appeals at Alex
andria has isBUod a decision con
demning tho Egyptian Govern
ment to ropay tho funds advanced
by tho Caisso for tho purposo of
tho Anglo-Egyptian expedition to
Embassador Bayard assured
the London correspondent of the
New York Post of his belief that
beforo his doparturo from Eng
land pormanont arrangements
for arbitration would bo reached
between England and America.
Thoro is liablo to be dolay in
the Vonezuola arbitration. Miu
iflter Andrndo iB returning to
Washington after visiting Presi
dout Crespo, and it i'b thought
Btrongo in Wanhington that thoro
has boon no expression of prehs
opinion in Vonezuola about tho
terms of arbitration.
It is now surmised that Vone
zuola may not like tho fifty years'
occupation clause, as Schomburgk
began running his line in July,
1841, which would give Great
Britain tho nd vantage of fifty fivo
REPUDIATES TREATY CLAUSE.
Jnpau has renounced that part
ot tuo onimoneseki treaty, inado
with Chiua at the closo of the re
cont war, which provides that all
articles manufactured by Japanese
subjects in China shall stand upon
tho Biuno fooling as those import
ed by Japaneso subjects into
Tho High Court of British
Guiana has appropriated an addi
tional 10,000 tor military defense
to complete armament begun when t
tuo boundary dispule was at an
acute btiige. There was opposi
tion, one member saving next!
thing thoy would hear was that
the Government would want them
to provide a warship. 'Ihcmili '
tary outpost at Urbann, where
provious conflicts with Venezuela
havo occurred, may bo abautloned,
or elso a force of black natives
Bont to garrison it. This is not a ;
result of tho prospec'ivo boundary i
settlement, but because tho out I
post is sacrificing many of the
bebtoflicors in tho British Colonial
Tho commander of tho Gorman
cruisor At conn, lying tit Alanil ,
in tho I'hilippiutt A nds, tele
prutilis tn the Gi-i'imin G iverniiiout
that tho situation ie ciiticul.
Spnn'sh acMou. lit sib, is cmi
fined to tho (lelciis-o of Civt'o and
Mnntl.t, mid nu uttiick
ajieiiica and a r.MNY. j ductioti to iiouoiulu has proved,
PicbkIo t CkMo'.nd linsms'ied l'y tho nuinbers in use, tho most
a prob.mif.on i-lim using t0ll.,8cce8bful aud necessary adjust-
iiHB- dnoi on Gorman Voz. U. In0t iot " ,"yo'';
n m.i.v t!,n iu..i. ,.,i ,,i o tko great pleasure m re-
tl.i.i ...,.,.. in!.,,.... ...;n ..
- j -;
taliate by l-MMiig tho tonn go
duet at iiainhuig, Bromeii, eic.
The t.ion-y obt lined will not bo
applied, hoivevor. its in A horici,
to staio p irpiiKiR, but oxel sively
to imploring tho Imrbors, und
will thus benefit nil shipping.
Gorman shippers must build their
own whaiv.s in America, fort iuu
018 having such wharves in Gor
man p its Oixing t) tho essen
tia d lie re nee in the n cthod i.f
aj)pl "tig the tnoiioy Gurni . tiy ob
tiinul mi', u.t-iges in 1S8S of
which s'ju Mil now bo di prni d.
A consitloi.ih'H BiiciificH is iin-
poi-'od up n U nnuii a!ui
W ! I 1 1
tho Xorth GiriiiiinLloy.iSto.nl
s'li Coiiipttuy t.l mo will amount
to 160,0(0 marks.
RUSSIA I'lM'.e.MtlNO TO 1NVDE THE
Tiio London Graphic has a dis
patch from oelmstopul, containing
ii duiuri)lioii of military prepara
tions iu tho Cuucasus for an ex
pected invasion of Armenia by
Russian forces. Tho dispatch
says foreign tourists are not al
lowed to travorso tho military
roads, no matter what plotiary
passports they may havo.
The Constantinople correspon
dent of tho Daily Mail hearB that
tho Porto has decided to declino
tho poymont of all claims for in
demnity far liKHRaeres except those
advanced by Americans.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
Trusting that you may be in
terested in cycling, wo take tho
liberty of stating to you a few
facts about our wheels:
Wo need not trouble vou with
needless description of tho World
learned "BAMULEll" Uicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a name world renowned.
Tho "KAMBLEHS" are eoui-
',i ly '. .-
X.-V I -i
- -'"' 1 ".- -w
is expected ped with the great G.&J. Detach
able Tire, Avlnch since its intro
'coniending to our friends tho
"RAMHLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will never havo occasion to regret.
i. km nt mo such that a bicy
cle i- no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and money. Wo would ask you
lo but call and get our figures.
As is customary nearing tho
cloce of each year, the makers in
order to pel ready for tho onsiiing
year, offer tho prebont 1890
wheels at reduced prices. We are
now prepaieii to uivo our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso reduc
tions us long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
date wheol of the highest grado,
ono which we can guarantee to
the fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "BAMBLEli." As to im
provements for the coming season
wo would say wo anticipate nono.
Such changes which may bo made
will, as haB been tho past two
years, bo chauges immaterial to
the improvement of tho wheol in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your frionds'attonlion to it
0. Hall & Son
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Stoamora ot tho abovo Lino running in oonnootion with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. Wn nnd calling at Viotorift, B. 0.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
ufiL.I2E 3DTTE j&JJ? HOSrOXjTTIjTr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
l'rom Oj-rtney anil Siivn, for Vlctorln nti.l
Vnuonuvar. It. 0.1
Stmr 'MIOWERA" December 20
Stmr "WARMMOO" Janimrv 24
oiuir "iiuuiv cii, louriiiiry at
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Dirar aiuuiuuu warou a4 btinr "MIO WE11A" Mnrcli 10
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu, to Canada,
United States and Kuropc.
FnKiaHT AMD FASSBKOIUi AOENTflt
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Oanada.
BoDKnT Kehh, WinnipcR, Canada.
M. M. Stf.hn, San Francisco, Col.
O. MoL. Bbown, Vancouver, Tl. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Monowgi "
Of the Oceanic StenniHhip Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Jan. 7, 1896.
And will loavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and 1'nsseugcrs on or about that
Foi Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of tho Oceauio Steomship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
XDec. 17, 1896.
.Vud will havo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undci shjued ore now prepnred
Through Tickots to All Points
in tho United States.
3T"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Possngo npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Jnu. 0, 181)7...
for S. F.
.Dec. 10, 1890
..Ii.u. 14, 1897
From San Fraucwco
Alauieiln, Deo 17, '90 I
Mmiposa, Jn 1-1U7 I
From Sydney for
Monowui, Jim 7, '97
Alnmedii, Feb 4, '97
llnUlihi touch to
iiiuii'b attlro U his scat f
aiul how thuy do
Dau-sny Mm lmu
a drawer hllid ut Immo
This makes uk u under
what liotomurt of nil tho tle9
that are sold--and jet
wu'iu Dulling. When
ou see these latest
creations you won't
under al tho selling:
l'k'klng wiis neer calcr.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel str-a . : vryerJey Bloc-t
Oceanic stoamshio Co.
Oceanic SteamsWp Co
From Vlctorln nn.l Viwicouvor, It. O., to
Sinn nntl Sydney!
Slmr " WAltniMOO" Decf mber 10
Stmr "MIOWElt A" January 18
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Stmr " WAHIIIMOO" Fcbrumy 10
C3T For Troiglit and rossngo and all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Aconte for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Lewk & Co.
Tho time for selecting
edibles for the f hristtoas sea
son is at hand and, without
enumerating especially, wo
wish to say thnt our stock
comprises most of tho deli
cacies fur tho tablo-nt this or
any other time. Our importa
tions are from France and tho
United States, the goods are
absolutely puro and fresh nnd
aro not surpassed in character
and assortment by any firm in
Wo receive goods b' overy
steamer and they include game,
fish nnd other articles not ob
tainable by consumers hero
except in San Francisco. Our
agent in Sun Francisco seeks
tho best goods in the best mar
kets, buying only fro.n tho
manufacturers, ngents and thus
saving ono pn.fit. Your ex
perience in buying from us
has taught you that tho,
character of our goods cannot '
bo questioned and that our
prices are satisfactory.
Our stock of Christmas
goods now is larger and better
than wo havo cv r shown be
fore. If you desire any spe
cial delicacies whioh may ar
riveon the steamer duo before
Christmns you will bo best
served by leaving your orders
now everyone is anticipating
a rush perhaps you aro.
Havo you hn tided in your
order for a Christinas tree for
the little ones?
Lewis & Go.,
Kort Street, - - Honolulu
p. tf . chmidfi poqg
Mot rPBpoctfnlly bt-g leave
to notify tiio IndioHiind house-koppoi-h
of Honolulu thnt thpy
now ntive tupir btocl: ot
Win ter Goods
Kciuly for inspection, niul
to draw thoir nttention to tho
extremely low prices. Goods
iu every lino und of tho latest
styles will bo sold regardless
of coM, nt tho
tfon Hold BlQcI, liijg fiteefc
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Vou Holt Illnck , King Street
BRUCE CART WRIGHT,
General Manager of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States for tho Hawuilim r.
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