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O. N. N. ASIfilllAH V I.KAVI.S IMUl
THE CO AMI'.
InNenvcrn Arrlvpil Mill Ilepnrlrtl-
Clilnrnr Kllloil Abonrd the
The OeeMilc liner Atutrull leave t 4
o'clock thin afternoon for 8an Francisco.
The Warrlmoo oftlm Canadian-Australian
linn I expected at any tlmo now from IltltUU
'I he U.iUlxuik rcwTuil fun.ir (rum tin Kau
ai tdn,aml tlio Andicw Welch Irom tUo
Tomorrow, kltjU tide larcc 2:31 n ra; 'nigh
tide, small I.4D ti m; low tide largo 7.10 p in;
low tide small 0 4o a m
ThuS 8 Doric o( the Occidental &. Oriental
lino and the S 3 Alameda of the Oceanic linn
fclllboth be due from San Frauclaco tomor
row Either of them nmv cct In tonight.
The Mlkabala arrived in last niiilit from
jxwt on Hawaii and Maul. She brought n
full cargo ofMigar. collec and other oduce
oftlic Hlond Hit vwat'irr was no rnuitli on
tho Hawaii coatl tnt tlie rtunincr was tin
Ale to bring the usual deck-load of cuttle,
Mid had to leave a lot of I -right behind.
England's Hoyal Murine Corps Is to he In
creased by SUUO men, who are to be substi
tuted for the army contingents that form the
eartlsons of Uritlsb hi ronii'anlds out of
Europe, such as Halifax, Hongkong, Ber
muda, tit Helena and Adi-n The Idea seems
to have sprungtfrom the recent irrowlh of the
French Infuntcrio di' Marino and Colonial
Army. The result of the chance would be
to pin the luiiilurt Limtiol ot these places
entirely In the hands of the Navy Depart
A Chluesu sailor was killed atioatd the S3
Belglc the day before she riucued this port.
A boat was helm: tioHed Into position,
Vtncli in some way swung back, crtiehlng
the unfortunate man's head to a Jelly. The
Ini'ly. In a rough coflin. wm Ijlng on Tactile
Mall dock tud.u . It will be thinned back to
China In the 3" ft Doric, wlilih is about due.
Chinese will lint have their couutrjinen
burled at sea, and if a steamship should bury
one ol tlicm In the ocean, sue ruuci not gei a
tingle Celestial aboard when China was
Mexico ha virtually no navy, She has one
or two ki called vtweU of war, but they are
the fllmelm aimlugle-t fur the wunc. and arc
tntiiel; iiiisuileil Lt any kind of naval ser
vice., I he rrpublle I, however, having a
HttltfgiinlMi.it biilit at Niw Orleans for spe
cial sci lci-on the coast of Yucatnn to pro
tect tlie iioeriiiiiiiit' iiiali'uiiny Interests
from ludlau (Irpiedations. It Is the first
bout, say the New Orleans Times-Democrat,
whjvh .Mexico hat contracted to have bulliln
the United Stale. The boat has cypress
rlly; 111 be plunked oil the bottom and aides
with i')pifs Him e at, d four Inches Iblek) will
have pine )lailKi Mtr lutm-eii III) decks and
will be UiiUhed In oak Tliu length Is 05 feet
by 34 feet Lcam ny 12 feet depth, and the
draught will lie . I, feet. When completed
thctoial luUht will be St4 liel The heavy
armanuutwlll nuislst of two guns, one In
the bow, the other in the Mem. There and
Ihu sitiiill guus will be p'aced aboard the
t'oat altr It 1ms bi-en delivered to tho Mexi
can Oimiuraent und ts iu Mexican waters,
lbe cost will be SIMM. Exchange.
Tuf.siiay, Dec. 15.
rHmr Mlkaha'a, Slinerenn, from Hawaii
Wuiimuiiav, Dec. 10.
fltrnr Keuuhiiu, Thompson, from ports
l'Aii i .a i-.
Wnil.NLSDAV. Dec. 10.
8 8 Australia, Ilomlktte, lor Sun Fran
cUco. l'AttUENUKUrt AltltlVED.
Kioin Huwnli anil-Maul. pertmr Mlkali.il i,
Die I& (iriuge K miiiiIiivb and wile. W A
Wall, L l' D"iii.C Vi.ii llamiii, K HleUcr
tnn, lr A Mi Aaine, Mri I IC K Ainalu, II
Willgurolb, V I. a uuU., (i Mel) tugall .ll, N
Wagtie,-, Kun.ik-uiul, 3 Yuiuh, Akana and
1)1 On deck.
for 'an TiaiirUco, ier S 8 Auitralln, Deo
Irt-Willard l'reii'h and wile, I tvitkowskl,
V It Hint, It A tin. ins, Ml Ilouurd, Mr
Millhon, il e and i InlJ.
Pur "no Ktan-lieo. lii.r IM j Helgle, Dee
ir. li und Mr. M X Me -llllau. Mrs 1' II
llniwii and Mrs N 1' Hnrrl.
For IC.iu.il, per slmr W ( Hall, Dec 15 -
and !r I'.ml Isenbuig, Mis.i Iheiibig,
l'aul lki nlicrir Jr and wile. Miss Elslu Wll
cox, Mis Mi. Lei Unix, Charles Wlloox,
Tajlor Wilcox, Mr Miller, Ml awi.cuey. Miss
Haul). Miss XHioImhi, It X Will ox. II
WJshard and wile, W II lllee, Jmlcc Ue la
Vergm, Mri- l.me'l, Missis illnekslailt, Ed
win Aiuei.ton, 1 h ellwi, N'ag.io Mini Ka, Mr
HiiuWilicr, Mull K:i, .li,ieplilini Jaeobstn, V
Deluert, Mro 1. U.nb, daii Toug and 51) on
Kor Maul, per tinr I.lkellko. Dec 15 J I'
CookV, Misses Dickey, ,1 lledetiiaun, Mrs
Aloi.uider and tu ihlldien, Master (Jold
stelu. Count SehweliiitS', MIks I'lhl. Wm
Chung lloou, 'Irs llunlet E 1. l.ovrc and
child, Mra Charlea W Inter.
OAHGOHS FllOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ek rttnr Mlkuhala-uTCH bca auar, IW1
ixn CMllee, -IS lina nwa, and Miudry pkus.
Ex ;.. !Iia,,liui.--.'J'.C o..'it euKar.
COOKE-In Oakland, Cal., November 11),
I!"!, to the wife of Joseph 1' Cooke, a
COLE-ltAMSAY In this city, Grace Mary
Cole and t'linrles Harry Itamsay, nl Ihu
reaidencu of I!uv II Y Peck, December
Niffily furnisliofl rooms at the
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from "il.00 per week up.
A Inrgn cousigninont of Prof.
Hettsh'aw's benutifnl i)lntiiiotypos
wcro received by tho Olauditio to
day. Tho finest thing in tho
photographic lino ever soon
rg Mn'wi grHttVgfnFri
a ma Hn:i:i.
Aitlt IlltctiC'icU's Worl Olleicit lit
D. Howard llitcbcock, llawaii'B
homoborn artist, is about por
foriuing a bold stroko ou tho cotn
morcial Bido of bis profession.
This is nothing less than oppo
sing bis entiro collection of works,
catalogued fifty in number, for
sale at public auction. Mr. Mor
gan will bo tho knockdown artist
on tho occasion place, Pacific
Hardwaro Co.'s art rooms time,
10 o'clock next Monday.
Mr. Hitchcock, moved by tho
impulse of expuuded ideas in his
art, will retiro from the capital
for a now campaign of Btudy
amidst tho unequaled scenery of
his paternal isle Hawaii. Henco
his detormiuatiou to uuloud tho
products of his early yoars under
ablo tutorship in Honolulu, Now
York and Paris, besides those of
his unaided efforts latterly in
hia isluud home.
That Mr. Hitchcock is thus
conferring his record of tho past
upon tho poisefitdon i.f tho public
does not imply that ho has reason
for boiug dissatisfied therewith.
Public opinion would not justify
tho sacrifice ou such a ground.
Much of his earliest work has
character of its own which will
give it distinct value long after
tho artist himself has parted for
ever from the lending strings
whereby his conceptions may have
j been tentatively trammeled.
It would take days of study and
I pages of spaco for oven a recog
inized connoisseur to doscribe,
much more to analyze, tho pro
gross of this our Hawaiian artist
by examples. His works aro on
viow at the place of salo and all
who take an intorost iu local art
should inspect thorn for thorn
selves. Thero aro portrayals of
Hawaiian scenery which, in point
cither of typical conception or of
artistic execution, huvo not boon
excelled by visittug artists how
ever greatly and deservedly vaunt
ed. Mr. Hitchcock's volcauo
studies, cither of Kilauea or Mo
kuawooweo, may not bo artistical
ly valti"d even by himself higher
than his quieter landscapes, but
i iu realistic historical worth they
aro impossible of duplication, ex
cept in piracy, by any other than
tho brush of their author.
Lime For Sale !
Just Kecclrcd per "Mauna Loa,"
Two HQDdrcd Barrels of Best California Lime
Tor Sale In Lots to Suit und
DKLivr.itED Phee or CiunaE
To any part of the city.
lf 1. ne older at the Lumber Yard
Ollliu or ul the Mill coru-r l. i' I and King
Ouliii Lumber aiid Cnildins Co.. L'd
All tenants and others indebted
to Liiitiokalani will please take
notieo that the undersigned has
been appoiuted Agent ot her
Estate, under full Power of Attor
ney. Piompt pnymont of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. OABTER,
1 208 Merchant street,
' Honolulu. Dec. -1th, 18i)0. 47C lm
VKSSKI.J IN TOUT.
V S 8 Alert, Ilanfoid, Sau Francisco.
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Bk II l Cheney. Iloskell. Departure Hay.
Nor bk While Ilnae, Aaroc, Newcastle
Dk Ardirowan, llieu, Newcantlc.
BO Wilder. MeNelll. San r'rtinclco.
Iltn l.urliue. Blown, Kuliuliil.
II r bk .ino.idoii, Itowlaud, Newcastle,
Haw bk Vniliew Welch, Drew, 8 F.
Bk Samoa, Kretwurnt, Newcastle.
Ur bk OakbanU, Newcastle.
Am bk C D Iryaut, Lee, New South Wales.
Am I'klu 8 N Castle, Hubbard, S K.
Hr bk Woollahra, llarneson, Newcastle.
(Scr ship Made lluckfeld, Kruse, Bremen.
Am bk Muitna Davis, Soule, 8 V.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Eureka.
Am schr Aloha, Dabc-1, 8 V.
FOREIGN VFS8EI.S EXPECTED.
VesselB Wheiutroin Duo
Warrlmoo Victoria Dec lit
Alameda 8 K ...; Dec 17
Doric SK Dec 17
Miowera Sydney Dec 24
China 8F Dec 20
Jap 8 8Teii8hln Maru,.. Yokohama. ..Dec HO
Ger bk J C tilade, Liverpool, Due
Am bk Amy Turner,.. ..New Yoik.... Jan 20
Br bk Kotr enbeek Liverpool
Am bktn Kllkltat, Pt Gamble Due
Am bk Matilda, Pt lllakely Due
BrslilpSwanhllda, Newcastle, Jan 10
Schr l.lzr.le Viuicc, Sydney Deo HO
Haw seln Honolulu, Tocopllla, Due
Ambrln WGIrwln, 8P Due
Am bk Mohican, 8 V Due
Am sehr Hubert Lewers, Newcastle). ...Jan Iu
Ilk Callao, Newcastle Jan Io
Hawaii does not grow tho pro
per tree for Christinas, soimitu
tion ones aro raado that will "
answer just as well for siiull
children. Wo havo some tlint
may bo used from yeartoyenr.
And wo have the finest lot of
tree ornamoiits over shown iu
Honolulu. Some of the shtipes
aro entirely now and will bono
tify tho tree in any Iihiit. Wo
have a hundred different, varie
ties and our system of selling
these goods gives tho customer
every advantage. It is not
necessary to talco a box of one
pattern in order to get tho
ornaments at dozen prices. Y
allow you to select as muny as
you wish from each nncl take
them at job price.
We have also a large stock
of C hristmns tree c.mdles in
assorted colors which we oll
at twenty live c utn b-x. Tlu
ornaments and cnudles will
m .Ice your 'Jhrstuifis tree
For tho tablo on Christmas
we have a fascinating list of ar
ticles, things you may not find
elsewhere iind wo can soil them
at prices which will enable tho
people with modernto purses to
have them. In Plum Pud
dings, essentially a Christmas
dessert, we have all s:.es made
by lli'chnrdson & Bobbins, und
Gordon & Dil worth. Ao pud
ding in tho world equals these
iu lluvup or qunlity ofingio
clients used. Wo havo also a
lot of German Pn serves, put
up ot Frankfurt, that aro deli
cious. Cranberry Sauco and
Cope Cud Cranberries and
Bottled Boiled Cider. They
uro all fr Christmas. Fancy
Bon Bons, hundred designs g
to you ut your own price.
Lewis & Co.,
To Every Purchaser of
in Goods !
Ie Diamond Iing
S On Exhibition at Our
Storo is fr.im Ll F. Wichman,
and will be Given Away to the
holder of tho largest amount of
tickets on December 31, 189G.
H. W. Schmidt $ Sons,
Von Holt llloek, Klnc Street.
LOINS & RIBS of PORK,
Parties wishing any of these Heirigornteil
Goods should order ourly
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
482 2w King Street, Honolulu.
DflfiEMBER Ifi, 1890.
Trusting that you may be iu
teroelwi in cycling, w tk the
liberty of ottitinp to you a few
faclH about our wlieols:
AYo need not troublo you with
noodlusfl description of tho WorldJ
Fnmwl "KAMBLER" Bicyclo,
which by its easy runuing, tip
I)nrttuce, Btrongth nnd looting
qualities htiB won for tho ruakors
h iiitiiio world renownpd.
Uic "HAMDLEnS" nro equi
jKd with the grcttt G.&J. Detnch
able Tiro, which einco its intro
duction to Honolulu htiB proved,
by tho nutubors iu ubo, tho most
siiccosBful nnd nccessnry ndjust
ment to n bicycle.
We ttiko great plommre in ro
enmendiug to our friends tho
"HAMBLBll" aud truBt tlmt in
futuiHliitignne to nny pprsou thoy
will novor Imvo occusiou to regret.
Our torrup nro such that a bicy
clo itt no lotiiior a luxury but n
i(.'Ci3KBity iu itclunl Bnving of tirao
ttud money. Wo would ask you
to but f.ll ami M ou, fl-uroa.
As ia customary Hearing tho
closo of onch your, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ousuiug
year, offor tho proHOtit 189(5
wheels at reduced prices. Wo nro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of these reduc
tions as loug au our tock holds
out. For thoBo wishing an up to
dnto wheel of the highest grndo,
one which wo can yuarnnteo to
tho fullest extent, wo would offor
the "EAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming senaon
wo would any wo nuticipnto nono.
Such changes which may bo mado
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of the wheel in
Kindly give this some thought
or call your frionds'attontion to it
E. 0. Hall & S
tlnUhlni! touch to
mun's uttlie Is lih ecai-f
and how they do
Dtresiy yon havo
a drawer filled t hnrne -
This iiiake ii wonder
what lieeomei of nil the ties
that are cold and jet
we're fclllnir. When
J on feo theme hitesl
iii.illoii j on won't x
Honiierat the eelllnir.
I'lvkliiK was never tisior,
I, LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : ; VaTBrlBY BlOCt-
Notice of Election of Officers of Lanai
Land and Development Com
At tho firBt meeting of tho Board
of Directors of the above named
Company, hold nt tho otlico of the
Company in Honolulu, on tho 23d
day of November, A. D. 189G, tho
following nnmod persoiiB wero
elected nB oflicerB of tho Company
for tho ensuing year, namely:
F. II. Hay8oldou . . . President
It. D. Walbridge.. ..Secrotary
R. II. Draper Treasurer
L. M. Vetlesen Auditor
Tho said officers coiiBtituto tho
Board of Directors.
It. D. WALBRIDGE,
Dated Honolulu. Deo. 14, 1890.
8tetimors ot tho above Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAIL WAY
Between Viuicouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling nt Viotorin, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (iiji),
-IEJ DXTE ATP KCOnSTOLXJ'IjTT
On or about tbo doles below stated, viz.:
From Sydney anil Hutu, for Victoria anil I From Victoria and Vancouver, 11. O,, to
Vniinniivnr, II. O.I Siia and Syitncyi
. .Di-ceinber 20
Htmr "WAKUIMOO" January 24
Stmr "MIOWbllA" February 24
Sttnr "WARRIMOO" March 24
Through TickotH Issued from Honolulu to Cnnmln,
United States nntl Europe.
FnRiaUT AND PA8SKKOEU AOnNTfl:
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Onnndu.
ItonFJiT Kehu, WinnlpeR, Cnnndn.
M. M. Sxp.itM, San Francisco, Cal.
Q. MoL. BnowN, Vnnronver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fitio Al Btcol Steamship
" Monowai "
Of the Oconnio Htearaship Comnnuy will
bo duo at Honolulu from Synnoy and
Auokland on or about
Jan. 7, 1896.
And will lcavo for Ihe alxivo port with
Mails and roHseugors on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo Now ond Fiuo Al Stoo Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo ilno at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Dec. 17, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and PasBcngcrs for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through TickotH to All L'oints
in tho Tni tori S lutes.
CgrFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage npply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
for 8. F.
Dec. 11, 1 890 Deo. 10. 18!0
Jiui. 5. 18U7 Jim. 14, 1897
From Sau Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Frnnckico.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
AlnnieilH, Deo 17, '9(1 I Jlonowui, Jau 7, '97
Mariposa, Jun 14, '97 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
125 FORT STHEET,
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
C13 to 021 Fort Street
Biacksmithing in All Its Branches.
W. W. WIIkTuT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West)
Evcniny liullclin 7Cc per month.
mm mwm n w
UUUUUlli MIUUUIM1UM UUI
OGeai Steanii Co.
Slmr "WA1U11MOO" .
. .DKvmlior 1Q
Stmr "MIOWUi A" Juuuurv IB
Stmr "WAU1UMOO" February 10
Sttnr "MIOWEllA" Miirch 16
EST For Freight and Passage nnd all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Ascnts for tho llnwniinn Islands.
liners Meiiisiiii) m
O. L. WIG1I 1 , 1'rcs. H. B. ItOSE. Boo.
Cupt. J. A. KINO, 1'ortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnbolnn, Manlnca Uuy and M .kena the
same day; Mahukonu, Knwalhao nnd Lau
pahooboe tho following doy, arriving nt
llilo tbo sr.mo evening.
, I Friday Dec. 18
Tuesday Deo. 22 Tuescluy Deo. 29
Rolurnlng, will lenvo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
p. m., touohlng nt Luupnbuohoe, Mnhn
konn ond Knwnlbne same dnyj Jlnkeno,
Maalnea Hay nnd Lahaiua tho followlnn
days nrrivluR nt Honolulu tho afternoons
of I uesdny nnd Friilays.
Will call at rohoild, Pnun.
E&Xo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Ilonolulu Tuesday nt 5 r. m.i
touching nt Kahului, Hnna, Hamoannd
Kipahulu, Mnui. Itcturniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
l r HTM ll hi i
ih can m uu, iinupo, on second trip
of each month.
WTNo Freight will bo received after
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
mako changes in tho tiino of departure nnd .
nrrivnl of its steamers without notico nnd"1
it will not bo responsible for nny conse
quences arising theiefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
recolvo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for fieight after
it has been luudod.
Livo Stook only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo rcHjionsiblo
for Money or Valuables of pnn&ongcrs
unloss placed in the care of l'tinwrx.
Fah6ugors nro requested to purchase
tiokots boforo embarking. T1:obo failing to
do bo will bo subject to an ndditiona
ohargo of twenty-live per cent.
. --.v, yysaaaw
For Family Use I
Just Itecoivod, ox "C. C. Funk," n cargo of
Wellingion, DepartniB BbiJ, Coal
Whicli is ouVied in quantities to Miit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDEB & CO., L'D.
301 As :103 Kort etiect.
A Good Thing
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firowood
Cut und Split (ready for tho Stovo).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WUITJ. AND BLACK SAND
At Lowest lJri oa, deliverod to any part of
TELEPHONE i s i AiA
31 Queen Blrcot.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1896.
In Quantities to Suit:
iW Orders solicited for a future de.iffj
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
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