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DECEMBER 17, 1890.
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TWO II IU MNLItS 1'ltOU TIIK
CO ANT IN PHT.
.Doric Airlteil I,a Night Alnmcila
Inivnrtl Todjr Tlio I. n test
Tlio Alnuii'ila leaves at 1C tonight for the
Tlic steamer KaaU takes a load of coal to
Tlic schooner Aloha unloaded brick a
Nmmmi nlimf tml.i.
Tlic Clnuillnr Wtifl launch' d from tlic
Marine Uulhvnj today.
Tlio schooner NokiunH Milled from Guay
mm for llllo mi Dec 8.
Tlio 0 A: O 3 Doric continues her voyage
to tlic Orient tills afternoon.
Tlic b.irkcutlnc 8 N Crnitlo ns linnled on
tlic Mm In It.-.llnay lod.iy.
Tliu lurk Miirtlia Davis tins dloliarged all
l.or Invnrd caigo except !(",WU Inn Us.
Tlic k liooni r itnlin 1) Tnllnnt arrived Irom
Honolulu nt I'ort Tovt iimmiiI mi Dec ?.
Tin ',uik Auliii HitM! iinlied nt San Frnn
elrn """ " (5 1 il 'rrr tl pert
A lirnv) duller for Kolna pl.m'atlnn was
like, lion, tin- liold of the Mm lu MackkUl
lues J Uoile urrlvcil In tlic harbor about'
0.30 'i 111 1 1 i.bjiit b'i days from tl'o 1
Tht Mlknhii a leaven at 1(1 a m tomorrow '
for Muul mid Inwnll, anil the Keauhou at 8
p m for MataiNcll,
Tomorrow, nluli tldclnrire 2.07 nm; high
tide mm" " 'i n m; low tide large 7.4S p to;
low tide small 10:25 a m.
The steamer City of Para spoke the tier
niKii bark tfpica. from Ilonoluln, on Deo 0 In
bat 1.7 1' N. and Long llso w.
The steamer Walalealo arrived In at noon
todiy with n canto of Garden Hie sugar, liho
rcpoits that th Nnwlllw 111 light now burns
for the guidance of mariners In the dark of
The OSS Mamrda, from San Francisco at
li:Z0 11 m Dee II arrived at Honolulu nt 111:45
111 Di-c 17. Time of voyage: (I days, 111
hour mid IC minute. Struiij; ettrl irales
and head sea i ro (.xparlciirtil until the 15th,
thence to 1 oit tine weather ami smooth Mat
Vlctoila. I) C, Dee 7 The man-of-wir
Wild ami ! ached Ktiquininlt jcMuday
after n Iciglliy cruNe alone the loant ol
South Ainerii'ii The damage to tliu Wild
Sunn are '.'( ns ecrlutii as llrst reported. It
Kill enter I lie Urjdock as soon as the Wiiirl
Tlic S K Chronicle ol Due 8 sij s; CHptuIn
Ililllimson of the new four mnstiil schooner
Dcfetidir had lilc iluht leg broken In three
places yisteiilay nflernoon while tliu enw
wcru attempting tocatlnad thcauihoi I he
captain's tout was caught In tliu heavy ropu,
and he uns tliroun to the deck in a twinkling,
He was luken to the German Hospital. '1 tie
Defender was built to trade bctniiu here and
Honolulu, but when she calls die will have
Ciiplidn 'xikiif, iimimclm; owner of the
litrk Colc-.i mIhi-Ii recently arrludut I t
recently arrlud ut r I
0I11I11 with sugar, kit foi
TOHllMll.l .11. llllli
l't.Tow nseiul last iiluhl in a lenwrolb Irumc
of mind. Captain Kalb, master of the Colli
(a, on his arrival on l'liget Sound, found
orders awaiting lilin to take on a cargo of
coal for this port llo reported nt onee that
the bark was leaking too badly. Captain
IJackus was of tliu opinion that tliu vessel was
scawortb.v, and no directed Kalb to follow
orders This Kalb refused to do, and In eon
scipjcueu Il.iekus has gone to l'ort lowiisend
to . in,tnii mid brhu; down In-
cargo of coal. & K Chronicle.
WCIINESUAY, Dec. III.
8 S Doilc, Smith, from inn Francisco.
Thuiisdav. Dec. 17.
8tmr Knala, Thompson, from ports on
8 S Alameda, Van Otcrcndorp, from San
8tmr tValalealc, (Iregory, Irom Kaunl.
T1IUH8DAT, Dec. 17.
3 S Doric, Smith, for China and Japan.
8 S Alameda, Van Otcrcndoip, for the
Btmr Kaala, Thompson, for Kaliuku.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOUUOW.
8tmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Muku
well. Htmr Mlkahala, Ilagluud, for Maul and
Sttur Kauai, Drulin, for Koloa and Maka
well. rASSENQEHH AIIIIIVED.
From 8an Francisco, per 8 8 Doric, Dec
I'J Mr V Knudseii. Miss M Knudsen, Miss A
Faye, Oco l Wolff, Mrs Oeo 1' Wolff, Master
Wolff, W A Klnnev. Mrs C I) Kinney. An-
gust Fries, Judge O H (Satoutte. Mrs C II
aroutte, Miss Amy (laroutte, Miss Uracu
(laroutte, Mr It KUcnbacher, I Kohnspeyer,
and 'M through parscigcis.
From San Francisco, per H 8 Alameda,
Deo 17-For Honolulu: Mrs W D Alexan
der, 1- rank Athetton, E I) Heard, O D Chuse,
Miss SIC tiiny. Miss M Harrison, Itudolph
Ilorhig, Mis V E Hobrun, U V Hoover, Mis J
Lucas, J M MeCliesnuy, wife, three children
and maid, AKx Salmon, II 11 Slnat, Mrs 1'
l'iubn-o, -1 ii iilltler and wife, und 15 tci-r-age.
For Aii'klaml TC Dinnleon, A dold
water, II K Jewell, Edwuid Juliet, It MeNI
coll, T O Mill li, ForSjdnoy. (i fl llriilg
iuhii, David lliicluin.in. F W Duriuesiti, J M
rell)rl(le, llcv I' Haydcn, Miss J e! Hulmu,
Bleplien Ki-iiiiliigloii, M J Lldsioue, Miss
I'amile Lll'iaril F II Merrill, Mrs l A Mer
rill, T NovojIluU, Hev 1) u'ohca. Mis Addle
Hosenthul, .Mr. .Slioars, Mis F Smith, It T
Tborburn, J W Wilson and wife.
Fioin Kauai, pur stmr Wnluleale, Dee 17
Tr Mltamuia, II Okobo and $ deck passen
gers. Vr HSENQI'.lt8 DEl'AItTED.
Tor the Colotiles, jierS S Alameda, Dee 17
Chas Chilton mid wile, J K Colls and wife,
M. Davis. C E Hogg, C II Mvssar, Marcus
O'Farroll, DrJ M Peebles, W Spaclhe, M I'
Spun jer ami wife,
OAIIOOE3 l'UOM ISLAND TOIITH.
Hk Btrar Kuala 3C0 hugs rice, T.2 b.ig"
i kis iiiiulrlcs.
fix eebr Kawallniil-5nn bags rice.
,Ks Stmr WolalBalc-3!i'Jj bags sugar.
The -:- Biggest
the House I
Repeated . .
SThe Cleanest, Brightest,
Neatest and Most Artistic
over given in
$1, 75c, & 50c.
Wall, Nichols Cos.
SATURDAY, DEC. 19th.
2:30 P. M. '
Building of u Meinoiml Monument. Sing.
iiig by All Schools iu .Munuul
7:41,5 P. M.
Public cordially invited. -J81-3t
Continued from 1st Page.
The Lord Mayor having invited
United States Embassador Bayard
to accopt a fnrowoll banquot at
tho Mansion House, Mr. lJayard
replied thnt it affordedhim great
pieauuru n auccpi mu luviiunuu,
and has fixed tho dale of the ou
tertainmont at March 2.
A banquot wub given Dec. 9 nt
tho Grand Hotel in honor of Mtno.
Sarah Bernhardt by her admirers.
Sevou hundred people wero pro
Bent inoludiug lt'ndiug artistic,
literary and Bocioty people of
Tho LTamburcor Nnohriohton
urges that it is of tho highiMt im
portance that tho backorB of Major
von Tituscii, tho chiof of tho jjoli
ticnl polico, who was taken into
custody upon a charge of purju
ry during tho progress of tho ro
cent libel trial, bo discovered. The
paper suggests it would fni-ilitaio
tho inquiry if Princo Bismarck
were to disclose all ho knows re
garding Von TauBch.
Tho Italian steamer S.vier,
formerly of tho N. Q. L. Co., is
believed to have fonudored off the
coast of Spain, with a Iosb of li75
Eeoplo, all on board. Sho wns
ound from Bremen to Buenos
Ayres, via Corunn whence tho
news comes dated Dec. IU ami
GERMAN 8TEAMSHIP SUBSIDIES.
Tho Boichstag discussed the
bill subsidizing steamship lines
to tho far East. Dr. von Boot
tidier, Imperial Minister for tho
Interior, said that tho competition
in Eostorn Asia between nations
seeking now outlets for trado was
bo sharp as to make it desirable
that German enterprise should bo
protected bv increased subsidies,
which ho thought ought toberais
odto 1,500,000 marks.
Four out of tho five German
editors charged with libeling
Baron von Bieberstein wore
found guilty iu Berlin. Baron
von Luetzow and Leekort were
sentenced to eighteen mouths'
imprisonment each. Berger got
ono mouth. Plootz- was fined
500 marks. Leckorl's father was
tho ono acquitted.
A It n KM A
RErOllTED AGREEMENT DENIED.
London Eng. , Doc 9 A
representative of tho United As
HociHtetl I'ressfB visttod tho Foreign
Office to-day for tho purpose of
ascertaining tho truth -r falsity
of a Hsttoh published by u Now
Yurk newBpipor this morning and
cabled here, alleging that Uussiu,
Franco nd England, with the
assout of GTtnuuy, Austria and
Italy, would nt onco compel tho
Sultun to i.doot radical rofortns
undor tho joint supervision of tho
three powors first mimed, etc.
After rending tho dispatch tho
Foreign Cilice officials declared
the strttemonts contained therein
to be absolutely unfounded. The
status quo thoy fuld hud not been
changed in tho slightost degree.
Tho powors, tho authcrittes added,
woro still trying to ngreo upun a
plan of exerting pressure upon
tho Sultan to iudtico him to en
forco tho reforms iu Turkey Unit
hud been promisod, but it would
bo n long timo before thoy would
think nf moving troops uud ships.
Still, thoy said, thoy were glad
that stories of tho kind shown
them wore publiohod, as they
might have the eii'-ot to frighten
tho Snllttn into action iu the
directum of instituting loforms.
Archbishop Fabro of Canada is
General Polavioja has assumed
the duties of Governor of tho Phi
lippine Island-'. General Blanco,
the former Governor, was appoint
ed head of tho Iuug's military
j Ulasgow, ocotlaud, has voted
in favor of tho singlo tax by a
lloniiriiry Members Invited.
A special iuvatiou is extended
to all houorary members of Co. D
to attend tho High Jinks givon in
honor of Captain McCarthy's
return nt the Drill Shod tomorrow,
Friday, evening. A fino program
and lunch have been prepared, and
overy honorary member of the
company is oxpocted to be presont
at 7 o'clock sharp.
Tho Decombor Term of tho
Supremo Court opens noxt Mon
a calendar of thirteen
Hawaii does not grow tho pro
per tree for Christmas, so imita
tion ones aro mnde that will
answer just as well for small
children. We have some that
may be used from year to year.
And wo have the finest lot of
tree ornaments ever shown in
Honolulu. Some of the shapes
are entirely now nnd will beau
tify the tree in any homo. Wc
hnvo a hundred difibront varie
ties and our systmn of selling
these goods givos the customer
every advantage. It is not
necessary to tnlce a box of one
pattern in order to get tho
ornaments nt dozen prices. Wo
allow you to select ns many as
you wi'U from each and take
them at inb price
We have also a large stock
of ( hrietmns tree candles in
assorted colors which wc soil
nt twenty five c- nts a box. The
ornaments and candles will
m.ke your Christnius tree
For the table on Christnius
we have a fascinating list of ar
ticles, things you may not find
elsewhere and wo cm sell tlicm
at prices which will enable the
people with moderate purses to
have them. In Plum Pud
dings, essentially u Christmas
dessert, wo have all szes made
by Kicliardson & Hnbbms, and
Gfirdon & Dil worth. No pud
ding in the world equals these
in ilavor or quality of ingio
dients used. We have also a
lot of German Pn serves, put
up at Frankfort, that uro deli
cious. Cranberry Suuco nnd
Cape Cod Cranberries nnd
Bottled Boiled Cider. They
are all fur Christmus. Fancy
Bon Bons, hundred designs go
to you at your own price.
Lewis & Co.,
Fort Streot, - - Honolulu
A DIAMOND TICKET
To Every Purchaser of
in Goods !
Ifye Diamond Iing
On Exhibition at Our
Store is from H. F. Wichman,
and will bo Given Away to tho
holder of the largest amount of
tickets on December 31, 189G.
H. W. Schmidt $ Sons,
Vou Holt Block, Klmr Street.
LOINS & RIBS op PORK,
Pnrtioi wishing nny of these Refrigerated
Goods should order early
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
182 2w King Stitut. Honolulu.
8Uinrnors oC tlio above Lino running in connection with the
CAHADIAK PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwocn Vancouver, I). C, and Sydney, N. S. V nnd calling nt Victoria, B. 0.
Honolulu nnd Burn (Fiji),
uIRIEi 2DTTE1 -A.T SSroaSTOXjTTniiTJ
On or nbout tho dntos bolow staled, viz.:
I'roni "yrlncy nnt Siit.-, for Victoria anil 1
Vnix'otitor. O. C.t
Stmr "MIOWERA" December 20
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" .Jnuuury 24
Htmr "MTOWEltA" rolirunrv 24
Htmr "WAIUUMOO" Murch21
Through Tlrkets Ihsuod from Honolulu to Ciunwlu,
United States nnd Europe.
I'ltntOUT AKlJ PASHKSOKU AOKNTBt
D. MoNioom,, Atontrenl, Canada.
llonnnT Keku, Winnipow. Onnndn.
M. M. HTMitrJ, Hitn Frnnrliico, Co).
O. MoL. llr.ow.v, Vnnc.'ivt'r, B. O.
Amtraliaa Mail Service.
foi Snn FraifGisco:
Tlie New mid Fine Al Stoel Stonmsbip
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Htennwliip Oompnny will
be due nt Houolulu from Svdnoy nnd
Aneklnucl on or nbout
And will leave foi tho nlnive port with
MnilB and Passengers on or nbout thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New nnd Fino Al Steo Stcnmsliip
" Mariposa "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compnny will
be duo nt Ilonoluln from Snn Francisco
on or nbout
TP -I A -1 QOO1
fjll.ll. a.1:!:, xoc' ( .
And will hnvo prompt despntoh with
Mnils nnd PnssengersFor the n We port,.
The undurelgued are now piopwcd
Through Tickets to AH Points
iu tlio United States.
i nrriYai oi us sieauiors wiiuout noiico una
tST"For further pnrtioulnra regnrding it will not be responsible for any conse
Freight or Pnssngo npply to i quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at tho Landing! to
WM. G. IRWIN & 00,. L'f. I receive their Freight; this Company will
s. s. AUSTRaua.
Arrive Honolulu Lenvo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Jan. 5. 1807 Jan. 14, 1807
Fob. 2, 1807 Feb. 11, 1807
From Snn Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydnoy. Snn Franoisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa, Jan 14, '97 I Monowai, Jan 7, '97
Monowai, Feb 11, '07 Alameda, Feb 4, '07
Lime Few Sale !
Just Received per "Mnuna Loa,"
Two Hundred Barrels or Best California Lime
For Sale In Lots to Suit and
Delivered Free of Charge
To any part of the city.
J3y Leave orders at the Lumber Yard
Ottlcc, or at the Mill corner Uctlicl aud King
Oahti Lumljcr and Building Co.. L'd
All tonnnta tiud othors indebted
to Liliuokalnui will please take
notice tlmt tho undersigned lms
heon appointed Ageut of her
Estate, undor full Power of Attor
ney. Prompt payment of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. GARTER,
208 Moroliant street,
Honolulu, Deo. 4th, 1890. 475 lin
Notlco Is hereby given that the undersign
ed have this day formed a copartucislilp un
der tho llrm name of Tlio J. U. Walliel Co.,
for the purpose of conducting a general Im
porting nml cominlrsUm business and as
Wiolcmlo deuleis In spirits.
J 0. WA1HEL,
.1. O. N0UMANN.
IToiiuIiiIii. lift. H. 1VJ0, 4b5!'t
Oceanic Steaibip Co.
from Vlctmln ami Vancouver, It. O., to
Suva and Sydney!
Stmr "WAMtlMOO" DeconberlO
htmr "MIOWKIl A" Jnntmry 10'
Htmr " WAlilti.MUU" February
Htmr "WAMtlMOO" Februnry 10
8tinr"MIOWEltA" Mnrcb 10
t" For Frei,'ht and Passage nnd all
Goncrnl Intormntion, apply to
THE0, H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for UioIInwniinnTfllnnds.
Wiidefo StaiBsliip Go's
TIME JT ABLE.
t). Ij. WKUfi , I'rc. ' S. B. ROSE, Seo."r
Cunt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will lottvo Ilonoluln at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnhuinu, Maulnoa Bay nnd Multeua the
same day; Mahukonu, Kawnihno and Lan
pnhoohoo tho following day, arriving at
llllo tho unruo evening.
Friday Dec. 18
Tuesday Deo. 29
Tuesday Dec. 22
Rotiirulng, will lonvo llllo nt 1 o'clock
p. it., touching at Lanpahoehoo, Mnhu
konn nnd Kawnihno sumo day; Mnkeur,
Mnrtlnca Hay and Lahslna tho following
day; urrlving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 1 ucsdny and Fridays.
" Will o.di at Pohoiki, Puna.
J5J3fKo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu Tuesday nt Sr.M.i
' touching at iiahulul, linna, iliiuioannd
Kipahn n, Maui, ilelnmlng, arrives t
"Jj; 0Q 8Ccond rfp
touching at Kahului, Hnna, Hiimoannd
of oncli month.
(""No Freight will be received after
p. m. on any of willing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make chances in tliu time of dormrlnrh i nil
UUIl UU1U IIDCI1 JCDfJUUOlUlU IU ilCJUi lWt
it has been landed.
Livo Stoak only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Mouey or Valuables of passengers
unless placed In the caro of Pursers.
PaHsoiiRors aro roqucstod to purchase
tickets bvforo embarking. Those failing to
do bo will bo subjoct to nn additiona
ohargo of twenty-live per cent.
finishing touch to
man's uttlrc Is his scarf
and how they do
Darcfuy you have
a drawer filled at home
This makes u uondcr
wlmt liecomes of all the ties
that arc sold and yet
we're selling. When
you sea these latest
citation you won't
wonder at the selling.
Picking was never easier.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Streot
no :. Mi
HAVING ESTAT1I I811ED A MODKRN
plant for hulling, p'llisbiig uud usiortiug
ooHt'o, wo ate prepiiud to buy and clean
cofl'eo in tho parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEANING
SfST Apply to M
II. ILiCKFELD &C0,