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The Daily IIeualb
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CRYSTAL SODA VOKKS Hotel Street
Jrloo 13 Cttils
TUESDAY DECEMBR 7 188G
L00ALNEWS
The Missionary Gleaners hold a
pink festival December 17th
Mr Hnrt presented fiVc gallons of
ice cream to the St Andrews Priory
fair J
His Majesty has given Mr Dayton
D M too as 11 nucleus for 1 police
sick fund
Marshal Kaulukou left by the- Kinau
yesterday on an official tour of the
Islands
The shadow of a coming society
event is taking shape in the Elite
bakery
Howe and Saunders billiard
mntchcomesoffat McCarthys hall this
Rev E Bailey and wife Wailuku
celebrated their
November 29th
golden wedding on
Water rates till June 30II1 next must
be paid by January 15th or have 10
per cent added
Mr J J Williams was kicked by a
horse while he was crossing Fort street
on Saturday receiving a severe bruise
on his leg
One arrest was made last night for
fast riding one for larceny three for
drunkenness one of the latter being
disorderly as well and two for assault
and battery
The steamer Iwalani takes the W
G Halls volcano route to day sailing
at ten oclock this morning for ports
on Maui and Hawaii The Hall goes
on the Marine Railway to receive a
new propeller and be cleaned
Judge Preston accompanied by the
Attorney General Mr Rosa and Messrs
Neumann Kinney and Creighton of
the bar left by the Kinau yesterday to
hold the December term of the Second
Judicial Circuit Court at Lahaina
Maui
1 1
Dr Webb yesterday held 1 post
mortem examination on the body of
Luluka hue mate of the schooner
Mary Foster and found the -cause of
death to have been excessive use of
liquor as stated in yesterdays
Herald
The Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Societys committee on the stock show
held a meeting last night They ad
journed till they can find out whether
any place nearer than Kapiolani Park
can be obtained for holding the exhibi
tion
At a stated meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No si A V A M the fol
lowing officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing Masonir year J M Mon
sarrat W M W M Giaham S W
E D Tcnney J W T C Porter
Secretary W M Giffard Treasurer
The appointed officers will be named
later
Officers of the Hawaiian Rifle Asso
ciation for the ensuing year are as fol
lows President Dr llrodie Vice
President C H Niccll
urer J H Fisher Range Committee
Pratt Unger and E Hingley Finance
Committee C W Ashford F Tcrrill
and Rothwell The scmi innual con
test will be on New Years Day cons
petitors to be divided into
classes
Capt Backus of the barkentine Mary
Winkelman was assaulted yesterday
afternoon by two sailors discharged
from his vessel who handled him
rather roughly The captain applied
at the American Consulate for a war
rant for their arrestjbtit as the men were
paid off he had to go to the city police
authorities for the writ Last night
one of the men named Peterson was
arrested for the offense
Billiard Match
Messrs Murris and McClecrywill
play a billiard mutch of 120 points
eight inch balk line for 500 a side in
the Hawaiian Hotel billiard rooms on
Friday and Monday evenings next
Coo points to be played eaclr evening
There will have been an interval since
the last previous match sufficient to
give some zest to this one with lovers
of the game The division of the
match between two nights is wise os
1200 points balk line would involve
much too long a match for the specta
tors
Moonlight Concerts
There will be a moonlight concert
this Tuesday evening at 730 at Emma
Square The following is the pro
gramme
Overture All In Mark 1V1roi
Walt i Courlball Falirbach
Selection llnrbcr of Seville Kwtn
March Fifty Years Ago Ucr
Lei Aloln
Finale Victor Iisany Ierl
Walu Gainaronne Millosker
Gavotte Welcome Kusf
Polka Mllltary Wnldttufel
Hawaii Ponoi
Try Martinell Cider It is absolutely pure
Macfarlane St Co agents
SPRECKELS vs MACFARLANE
Application for Forccto ure of Mortgage
Discontinued
This is therctum day appointed for
the writs of foreclosure of mortgage is
sued to the attorneys of John D
Sprcckcls Bros against Geo W
Macfarlane on Saturday November
20th last the amount of mortgage with
accrued interest being 4737777
Yesterday however Messrs F M
Hatch and J T Dare attorneys for
the plaintiffs filed in the Clerks office
of the Supreme Court a discontinu
ance of the application for foreclosure
for the reason that the property in
question the well known residence
and grounds at Waikiki had been
made over to the mortgagees Col
Macfarlane determined on giving up
the property immediately on being
served with the writs in the case just
prior to his departure for England
Distribution of Trees
Thcrd is to be a distribution Of trees
from the Government Nursery to the
public on Thursday and Friday of this
week Applications for orders should
be made at Mr A Jaegers office to
morrow 8th inst Following is a list
of plants Grape vines Isabella blue
and white Muscat and a variety raised
from seed reputedly invulnerable to
phylloxera red guava noted for abun
dance of fruit and cleanliness Avocado
pear Alligator lime Sapota pear
Japanese plum logwood silver wattle
Gnastard cedar Anato AlacaV eolden
shower Cathartotcarpus pomegranate
North American locust acacia Moieton
Bay pine Araucaria Cunningham
bunya bunya Araucaria Bidwilli cin
namon 35 varieties sugar cane cut
tings from the true arrowroot plant
For many reasons it has become neces
sary to establish the rule of distributing
plants periodically only The public
will always be duly notified before
hand Persons desirous of availing
themselves of this opportunity should
do so in the manner above stated also
those who have friends on the other
islands desirous of planting
iti4Ji ifili1
Police Court
Eight Chinese brought up on re
mand yesterday for gaming were dis
charged after hearing of further evi
dence
The drunk list comprised John Pau
oahu KchiwaiwaioIe and John Ander
son each forfeiting 6 bail
John Brown had 7 to pay for as
sault and battery on Kaiini
Two cases were remanded
On the eivil side several cases were
settled out of Court Hearing was
had furtherof nnaction on adisputed bill
by thejlawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Co against Bruce Butler ship
wrights amounting to 123 The dis
pute was over eight ship knees fixed
the charge being 60 and the defend
ants considering 40 enough Case
continued for judgment to 9th inst
Kinney Peterson for plaintiff W R
Castle for defendant
Oahu College Muslcalc
Below is a condensed programme of
thevmusicale to bo given friends and
patrolis of Oahu College dt Piinahou
this evening Piano solo Nellie
Waterhousc do Marion Dole song
Levi Lyman dUet for piano and violin
Mrs fanford and Mr Yarndley song
Jennie Grieve piano solo Minnie
Brown chorus Junahou Glee Club
piano solo Emily Tfialsteadj song Mrs
Hanford with violin obligato by Mr
Yarndley piano solo May Dillingham
three- vocal duet Mrs Hanford and Mr Van
Slykc piano solo Hessie Dickson
chorus Punahou Glee Club No formal
invitations have been issued for this
treat but friends and patrons of the
Punahou schools will nil be welcome
SIDE LIGtHTS
Smoke the Wedge to be found at
C Jt McCarthys
B F Ehlers Comake a beauti
ful display of holiday goods in their
windows and other conspicuous parts
of their store There are colored
pottery vases in very pretty designs be
ing statuettes holding the receptacle for
flowers Plush goods in dressing cases
work boxes frames albums portfolios
writing desks etc are tastefully ar
ranged on show stands Besides all
these fancy articles the firm has its
usual splendid showing of dres milli
nery and dry goods Ladies will meet
a feast for their eyes and value for their
pin money at this store
Mr Goo Kim besides his usual
heavy btock of dry goods and millinery
replenished by every steamer has by
the Mariposa icceived a splendid assort
ment of new Chinese goods specially
for the holiday trade Read his an
nouncement in to days Hicham and
then you do not know half what is to
be found at this favorite mart but
must call and inspect for youiself
Tbo Bost Tonto
Mr Henry Hilllrms Washington D C
wrltcst I have used jour Duflys Pure Malt
Whisky for medicinal purposes As a tonic 1
consider it superior to the numlreds or coiicoc
ions which are now flooding the land as stiin
ulnnt liquors
As a true Ionic effective invigorator and
genuine appetizer Duffys Mnlt Whisky i
unexcelled
wm
wiiiffiiitfcitfafiin
wasn t to give you a
meant to She said
upon you as my thorn-
timMlMPbttdm jmu
kto vj m
Portuguese Ladies Benevolent Asso
ciatlon
From the good news given by 0
Luso IJaivaiiattt there seems io be
every prospect that the Portuguese beg
ging is at an end There is no doubt
that up to the present time the Portu
guese immigrants the poorest and
when destitute or infirm the mosUhelp
less class of our cosmopolitan com
munity have been a heavy burden on
the charities of the public generally and
of the different charitable institutions
here especially It will consequently
be learned with a sentiment of relief
and gratefulness that the ladies of the
Portuguese colony with tlic help of
others interested in the welfare of those
poor people and devoted to charitable
purposes have jnst started a meritori
ous association the Portuguese La
dies Benevolent Society with the
scope of helping the orphans widows
and all sick maimed or destitute mem
bers of that nationality who will be
found worthy of such help
These ladies who have very prop
erly elected Mrs A de Souza Cana
varro wife of the Portuguese Consul
as thcirlprcsident cannot be toa highly
praised and whilst they will soon re
ceive the benedictions of their poor
proteges they are already shown the
most flattering sympathies by ladies
and gentlemen of all nationalities and
religions who promise every kind of
assistance so that the association may
become promptly as helpful as it de
serves
In the near future a fair might be
organized to czivc the association a cood
start and there is no doubt in view of
the exceptional scope the Portuguese
ladies wish to realize that this gene
rous community will not begrqdge its
aid to those kind ladies who devote
their time and efforts for supplying the
Portuguese with a charitable institu
tion which alone amongst all the for
eicn elements here thev do not pos
sess Nor will the planters themselves
refuse to assist by collecting donations
from their Portuguese workers
Important Discovery for Owners of Oil
Paintings
An important discovery has been
made by Mr W C King Recently
the oil portrait of the late Mr Wyllie
Minister of Foreign Affairs was taken
down from where it had long hung in
the Legislative Assembly chamber and
was going to the collection in the palace
for the Jubilee While the picture was be
ing washed great flakes of paint came off
the face leaving unsightly blotches It
was taken to King Bros art store to
ascertain the cause of the peeling off
and the junior partner found that be
hind every blotch there had been the
clay house of wasps It seems that the
substance had drawn the oil through
the canvas leaving nothing but a film
of varnish and coloring matter which
it took but slight friction to detach
From thjs discovery the owners of oil
paintings will see the importance of
havipg the backs of them protected
against the yellow jackets
The principal English and American
clergymen in Paris and many well
known French Protestant divines- have
signed at joint protest- denying the
truth of the statements alleged to be
published in America regarding the
manner of conducting young ladies
schools there They declare that the
statements arc libelous and assert that
their schools are as pure and as healthy
in tone as any in England of America
and that their owndaughters are edu
cated in them
An article in the Warsaw Gazelle
has caused jt sensation in Vienna The
writer warns Poland that in cringing to
Austro Hungary she leans upon a de
caying empire whose miserable col
lapse is drawing near and that the cm
pile will soon be partitioned as was
Poland amid the exultations of one
half of the people who are now living
in grumbling discontent under the
Hapsburg scepter
Mistress and maid Where have you
been Jane Ive been to a meeting
of the Girls Friendly Society maam
Well and what did thc lady say to
you Please maam she said I
warning as I
I was to look
-and bear it
BUSINESS ITEMS
Ever body siys ihc imported Candies at the
Elite nre jum yum Go and try somel
Miss Tuck at Miss Harrys Punchbowl
street has received liy last stealer a larpc
assortment of Stamping Patterns for fancy
work i w
No hand hook excels the Hawaiian Almanac
and Annual for rclhlile statistical and general
information relating toliesc Islands Inci
So cents
Now is the time to get your Christmas
Cards We have just received a large and
well selected stock all new and of the htist
designs Call and get one Jvine Hros Art
Store Hotel street tf
II you wnnt a gnoiTsmoke or your money
patronize home industry and coll at J V
Ilingleys Crystal Soda Works 69 Hotel
street Island orders soliclteil and promptly
filled There is no Hccnse required to ell
these cigars Do not forget the name J W
Hingley nor the place Crystal Soda Works
Hotel street
A Goon Hkmpdv One feels better acts
better nntl Is contented after nUiij a plate of
Good and Iuro Ice Cream as they serve at the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors 85 Hotel slieet He
llclous lrrult Ices and Sherbits in everchanging
variety The lnncy Cakes and Candies of
superipr imke and quality are all the gol All
orders promptly attended to King up 338
Mutual Telcphonu llell 183
mum
Ttio BuiletSafcl
Omaha Lady The paper says W
H Montague of Boston who owned
the bullet that killed Gen Warren at
Bunker Hill has just died
Boston Lady Mercy on us
Couldnt the doctors save him
It seems not
Oh such a lossl How shall wc
ever but what a oose I ami Of
course the bullet is still safe Omaha
World
A Good Scheme
Brown did you go for a vacation
this summer
Smith Oh yes
Brown How did you manage your
business affairs
Smith I took my advertisements
our of the papers until I returned
so there wasnt any business to man
age Great scheme eh
Shipping Intelligence
ARRIVALS
Schr Mills Morrlf from Koolin
Monday Dec 6
DEPARTURES
Monday Dec 6
Stmr Kin iu Tor the Volcano mid Windward Torts
Stmr Kllauea Hon fur llamakua
Stmf Lehua Tor jtamakua
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal
Stmr Surprise for Kunu
Schr Mary E Foitcr for Kuau
Schr Walehu for Walalua
Schr leahl for Kauai
Schr Walmalu fur Maul
Schr Iuka for Kohala
Schr Manuokauai for Koolau
VE5SELS LEAVING- TO DAY
Stmr Iwalani for Maul nnd Hawaii
Stmr WalmanaU for Wainianito
btmr C K HUhop for Waianae and Kauai
Stmr Likelike for Kahulul
hlmr Ia Makce for Kauai
Scbr Kauliluu for Kami
Schr Haleakala for JVtcekco
Schr Mille Morrli for Koolau
Schr Ehukal for Waialm
PASSENGERS
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Kinau Monday
Dec 6 ludtte IreMi n I Mcliuirfl and wife Mr Hen
ley J O Carter M Hjman Marshal J L Kaulukou C
ucigmon v a iinney lion a Kosa lion raul ncu
maun luies latent er A 1etrt w h Hanks Mit
Katie Wizht AG Curtis CAfone and about no
UCCK
Vessels In Port from Foroign Ports
Ger bk lacific Oilman from llremcn Germany
Am bktao Geo C lerklns Ackerman from San
Francisco
Haw schr Jennio Walker Andeison from Fannings
Island
Uktne Mary Winkelman Dackus fiom San Fran
cisco
Ship Theobald Heed from Newcaslie N S W
lint bk W II Watson from Liverpool
Am bktno Klikitat from Irt Townsend
Ant bk Forest Queeo from San Francisco
Ilk Ldward Kidder from Portland en route to Hong
koig
Uktne Wrcitler Sdianane from Newcastle N S W
Ilk G H Powers from Hongkong
Am schr Atgo Falkland f om ban Francisco
Am tern J C 1 ord Griffith from San Francisco
V essoin Expootod from Forolun Ports
Am brgtne Salina Make from San Francisco due
Am 11 tllllkn II I SI It
fit IlltlllllU Ul I UCIISUM IM1ICI IIU1I1
llostou Augut 7th duo December io m To C Urewer
Ilrhk Martha Fisher to hive sailed from Liverpool
Aueust as-
Ant bk Sanntc from New York due Nov
ember iBth Castle Couke agents
Urn lik Glengalier Kollcston from Liverpool due
January 15 30 1887 I K I itics Co aRems
Am bktno b N Castle Hubbard from Port Town
send W T due December 15 10 Castle Si Cooke
agents
Haw bk Iady Lainpson Mnrrton from Newcastle
duo February ip 20 Io llrewcr Si Co agents
er bk Hydra from Hongkong due December i ij
Uktne Nellie May - front Sydney diw De-
ienibtr f rj To Wilde Co accnts
hlup Mrrcury fiom Newcastle N S W due
weeunoer 31
Gcr bk Hercules from Livtrpool duo Feb
ruary 330 1887 To Schaefei Co agents
Ilk Ce Ion frurii b in t ranclsco due Decem
ber 5 10 i 1
Uktne W it Dimond from San Francisco due
Deixuiberj ta -
S S Austruhi from Sin Francisco duo De
cember M
Haw bk Star ol Devon Lovell from Tannings
I land now due
NOTES
The steamer Surprise sailed yesterday with a cargo
of general merchandise
The American tern I C Ford has finished discharging
and is taking in a cargo of surar for the Coast
Tho bark G II Powers Is discharging her cargo at
the old Custom House wharf
The bark W II Watson is taking In ballast will sail
for the Coast this week
The bark Theobald will be through taking in ballast
to day
Uv steamer Kinau had a large number of passcn
gers and a great deal of freight
Ihe steamer Likelike was taken on the Marine Rait
way jesterdav to be cleaned
1 he schooner Mille Morris arrived j estcrday with 1
cargo of 350 bvgs rice
1 he American bark Forest Queen has finished ills
chargi ig her cargo She will take a load of sugar Io
the Coast
the stearner Lehua was pretty well loaded with men
chindise mid machinery
The barkentine Klikitat is sttll discharging her cargo
of lumber
cto cPbcritscmcnts
Cluistmas is Coming
AND
ISP
With a large variety of goods suitable for
presents tu old and young Received by the
Mariposa
Chinese New Goods
FOK
Christmas Presents
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs with bor
ders in all colors Embroidered Grass Cloth
llandkcrchlefs Silk Crepe Shawls all
colors
DRESS MATERIAL
In Silk Pongee Silk and Grass Cloth
Kans in Great Variety
Also a full line of lancy English and Ameri
can Goods a full line of Millinery Goods
Iacesj new patterns of Embroidery Linen
Handkerchiefs all kinds Childrens Clothing
Hals Caps etc Ladies Gentlemens and
Childrens Undetwtar and in short every
thing Iq be found in a first class Dry Goods
Store
GOO KIM
Corxxor OFort and Hotel Sto
Stjbscrbe for the Hurald
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B F EHLERS CO
A re r33LO 7irlg a Fiaa e X iine
OF
HOLIDAY GOODS
ALSO
SOME REAL DRESDEN CHINA ORNAMENTS
WEST DOW CO
Have on Hand a Fult Assortment
OF
MUSIC GOODS FANCY GOODS
ii
TOYS AND XMAS1 CARDS
FOR THE-
H OL I D A Y S
ALSO A GOOD STOCK
OF-
Furniture Picture Mouldings Frames
LIC tlC tIC
Furniture and Mattrasses Made Repaired
C E WILLIAMS
FURNITURE
CORN ICES
CURTAINS
H Just Received
A NEW LOT OF MM EUllNITUJIE
BEDROOM SETS
SIDEBOARDS
PARLOR SETS
WARDROBES
New Lot of Cornice Poles
150 and 200 i Fct
New Lot of Window Curtains
100 each
Store HoteKStreet between Fore and Nuuanu Streets
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OUR GRAND
MILLINERYOPENilNG
WILL TAKE PLACE ON
Saturday Monday and Tuesday
1
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CHAS J
The Leading Millinery House
r0HN F COLBURN J
Brick Building King Street near Maunakea
IMPORTER AND DEALER
IN RAY AND GRAIN
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