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AVlll bo for h ilo D.illy lit alio
I. M. OAT, Jr. &Co ., Mercl.inl street
T. O.'IIIRUM .... fori treet
N. F. HUKOhSI King street
C. J. McCAItlllY ..Hold street
CKYSIAI.SODA WOIIKS,. ....... ... Hotel street!
I'lve C,rt iter Copt.
WWIl.QmHIIniMI, I 1 il MM H
' i.or.tn xmra.
Services were held in the different
churches last evening.
The streets aw in almost as bad a
condition as the Government.
The' streets all oyer town have been
in a deplorable condilMi lor the last
The steamer Australia has not been
telephoned up to the time we go to
Fourteen bundled Chinese were
driverToutvofiNu"la county, Cal., within
the labt'montii. ' '
A wedding party will leave Honolulu
for the Coast by the steamer St. Paul
when she returns.
Dr. Fitch leaves for California by the
steamer Mararoa, which sails on or
about December. 19th.
Persons who live in the Koolau district
report that immense quantities of
rain have fallen at the Pali during the
last ten days.
It is reported that the brigantinc
Hesperian is a total wreck at
Maui. She'Ca'me to- Kahului from
Nanaimo wiih coali
The fixtures of the barber shop belonging
to Mr?rGeVYogl, at No. 82
Hotel strcctFdlilie'solH dt auction on
Somebody ,fircJ Off a pistol three
times in the nejgViborlibod'bf Fort and
Kukui strcets'Jwsi'nighr 'about eight
o'clock. No policemen ''we're- around
at the time, ft-' -
A native hackman had, the misfortune
of dislocating the front
wheels of his hack while wrestling with
"a telephone post on Kirig'ifrcet yester
Woik on the hew brick store building,
belonging to Mr. Waterhouse, now
going up on Queen street, has been
constantly interrupted since its first
commencement by the rains.
The Post Obit Club met last night
at their new" quarters, and held a business
meeting, at which, it was decided
to elect new officers for the ensuing
year. A full report of trip next meeting
will be given in next Monday's issue.
By order of the Srcretary, there will
be a business meeting of the teachers
of Honolulu, to 'Be' held at
School to morrow afternoon at half-past
two o'clock. A full attendance is re
Two little Chinese boys who were trying
to scratch each others eyes out, in a
store on Nuuanu street yesterday afternoon,
were punished by the old gentleman,
who tied their two little queues together
until they both kissed and mack
This morning at ten o'ctock Messrs.
Lyons & Cohen will sell a large lot of
fine wines and liquors, at their
of Fort and Queen streets.
There will ajbo be a grand Christina1
sale to-morrow evening at seven o'clock
atthe same place.
In yesterday's1 issue it was stated
that there hi( -not been a runaway
during the'day. The paper had not
been out an hour before we were informed
by a half-dozen persons tint a
runaway had occured in the early
morning on the tipper part pf Fort
Messrs. Lewers & Cooke, owners of
the' bark Hope, which was burned at
Port Townsend, received news by the
hteamer St. Paul that the damage was
npt as bad as first reported. The
Hope was raised and is being repaired,
and may be expected here in about
The regular monthly meeting of the W.
C. T. U. Society will be held this afternoon
at half-past two o'clock in the
parlors of the Y. M. C. A. building. A
lull attendance is desired. All ladies,
whether members or not, are invited to
attend, and will be cordially welcomed
by the members.
The promoters of the colonization
scheme are receiving letters of inquiry
by every mail, regarding the state of
advancement of the movement, and the
chances of securing permanent
case oi immigration to the
Islands. IJirect applications have been
made in some cases for the purchase
There is a rumor 'afloat that
the steamer St. Paul brought word
that a private dispatch, received in San
rVancisco, stated that the stcimer
did not leave the Colonies for
more than a day after she was to start.
Hence she is not due here until to-day.
IrTcase'of head winds she may not be
expected 'here before to-morrow,
The Ghinese inhabitants in the vicinity
of the Berctania street bridge
were startled yesterday morning by an
explosion in a Chinaman's house in
that neighborhood. Investigation
showed that the Chinaman had been
burning some old boxes in his store,
and'among other things had thrown in
a'small can of feunpovder. The store
was demolished, but nobody was hurt.
A man nationality riot known entered
the cabin of the tern Eva, during
the small hours of Monday night, and
stealthily sought for plunder. The
steward was the first to discover him
and arming himself with a pistol, he
proceeded to make a target of the
depredator. The robber, in hastily
vacating the cabin, dropped his hat a
small brown felt, with a hole in one
side. Some of tlie plunder that had
been gathered was also dropped, and
the thief, after being shot at three
times, vanished in the darkness. Police
officers are working tip the else, with a
hat for u clue.
It seems that all the nations nf nUl
Europe arc seized by an uncontrollable
passion tor annexation and colonics
Little Portugal has made itself- re
markablv conspicuous in thin. linr
especially in Africa, where immense
sups 01 iana, larger tnan all liuropr,
are quietly taken possession of. The
last in this line has been the Kingdom
of Dahomey, on the coast of Guinea,
upon which me JLuso Jfawaiiano, in
the number which appeared on the
15th, gives full and very interesting information.
This nnmhpr rnninine
furthermore, its usual slock of foreign
uuu jucui iikwb, iiiu special correspondence
froni the Other Islands be-,
Cominc everv time a more nrnmiripnl
feature. Very noticeable also is the
nrsr part 01 a new scheme of colonization
for some Government land on
Hawaii. The Lust) .lUn nnnniinr,.e
the future enlargement of its columns,
wnicn is a gratifying sign or prosperity:
They say : that the rain will not let
up this" week; that the Australia will
not be able to leave San Francisco on
her return trip at the advertised time,
If she does'nt come alone? soon: tlmt
the most experienced men are sometimes
foolish cnoiirrh 10 run far nffir.
that thq loss ofrcputation is the result
w. "'i, ... j.iiv.., mull mi. ,j. bulletin
day the S. F. JRtfAVrfjjcle on the sale
01 tnese isianusy was Witten by "authority":
that olir Inrfil VRilUhrtiir,re
have failed to "tfatchri" in" their indignant
editorials!- aboutKihg Kal's
real estate ntzehevi that thrr'fonn of th
times does not echo over a political
sounding-board) mat ' 8ooo acres in
California Jreo from fhn Aitr nf nnKti.
cians, is worth arj'rcjidy in mid'ocean;
hn Uia.l .i..t' iii it . 1
iiiui nit laicsi smcoi sou uats cover
soft heads f'thafclhere ought to be a
law regulating the kind and size of
oanots in Hawaiian elections ; that the
middle of the streets' are irentrnllv
cleaner than the sidewalks j" that newspapers
are generally used without being
appreciated : that the people who believe
in "self help" do not believe in
the present Administration; that the
garbage is not removed very regularly
in Aaanvs lane ; mat the new "Hawaiian
Almanac and Annual" for 1886
beats nil previous numbers; that the
toy merchants are disgusted with the
weather; that next week will be tin
whistle week; that the newest native
dish is scrambled poi ; that the Government
ought to learn the art of
; that the Administration's call
for Opposition charges, is something
like a glutton's call for more dinner ;
that the Christmas tree business does
not seem to flourish this vear : that the
colonization scheme is the only thing
that politicians are agreed upon ; and
mat tne more one examines the less he
Polten Court Item:
Wednesday, Dec. 16th.
Two drunks paid i$6 each into
the Police Court treasury.
Kahui, charged with assault and battery;
found not guilty and discharged.
Civil Court Item.
Wednesday, Dec. 16th.
Cant. Whv vs. Ho Yunrr. asstifnnc.it:
defendant discharged, costs $5.
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. Nanahnelnn.
charged with refusing to serve contract;
oidered to return and serve ten days,
balance ol contract. Appeal noted.
Artistically mounted ferns at King Bros.,
op Hotel street.
New varieties of ices and creams at Hart's,
ort Hotel street.
MtltHU MINOR 1'IEH
Daily, from and after date at
Mellek & Haluu's, Confectionery.
VKKflll CltBsUr CAKES Jt KCIUI118
Daily, from and after date at
Melixii & Hauie'r Confectionery
Vasseli Expected liom Horelxa Ports.
Il0ST0N,Am. bk Jas. S. Stone Barstow
To sail Dec. 1-5, C. Brewer At Co.,
Central America, Am, bk. D. C. Murray
, . . , , Muilgctt, Now due.. .Agents.
Glasgow, Brit, bk Natuna
To sail Nov. 15. F. A, sc'iaefer & Co
Honokono, Brit, bktne Mount Leuanon..
Ncison, Loading Oct 13. Agents,
Honokono. Haw, brig Allie Rowe,
Holland, Due Jan, 15-20.
Jauit, Haw, schr Jennie Walker
Anderson, -now Due. t'aciiic Navigation
Livfri'Ool, Biit. bk Ciiilkna Davier.
Due Jan. 15-20. T. H, Davles & Co.
Liverpool, Brit, ship Stirlingshire.. Alex,
ander, (via Madeira,) Due March 25-30.
G. W, Macfarlane U Co, Agents,
Nanaimo, Am, bgtne HEsrnRi an.. ..Winding,
(for Kahului) nqw due.
I New Castle, N S. W. Brit, bk Lady
j H0WEN...J,, .Due
i ' "Agents. "'
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1885.
V . i Ttr A.7 V J
New Castlk.N. S .V. Brlt.blcLAnY Lamp-son.
Marslon, due Feb C.
Brewer & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. ?. W. Am bk Hesper...
Ryder. Due Dec, H-20, Acents.
New Castle, N. S. V. bk CoNferance...
to sail Nov. 15. Wilder & Co, Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W. bk Virginia......
to sail about Nov. 15, Wilder & Co.,
Newcastle, N. S. W. ship Dionysus...,
Jones, to Sail about Dec. I. Agents.
New Yorki Nor. bk
Thomsen. Over due. Castle & Cooke.
Port dlakely, Am. bktne Amflia.
Newhall. Due Jan. 1-5. Allen & Robinson.
San Francisco, Am. tern W. S. Bowne. . . .
Faul, to sail Dec. 10. F. A. Scbacicr &
San Francisco, Am. bktne Emma Clau-
HINA Matson. (For Hilo.)
Due Dec. 15-26.
SaN Francisco, Am, S. S. Mariposa
Hayward, Due .Dec 26, W. G. Irwin &
SaN Francisco, Am bktne. Eureka, Lee,
....due Dec. 15-20. H. Hackfeld & Co.
SviJney, Brit. S.S. Australia Brough.
DueDec. 15, Hackfcld&Co. Agents.
Sydney, Brit. S. S. Mararoa
JJue Dec. 19, W. G. Irwin & Co. Agents.
Merchant Vessels Now In Tort.
Bktne J. D. Spreckels....'. ..Fries.
Bktne Klikitat. . . : Cutler.
Bk C R Bishop Wolters
Bk Victoria Cross . . ., Robinson
Bk LtUIE Ireda-E Iredale
Bk Elsinore Jenks
Bktne Mary Winkelman , ..Bac'-us
Bgtne Consuelo. . , ,, Cousins
Tern Eva Wlkman
Bk T R Foster Rune
Stmr. St. Paul Esskius
Am bk. Cahiarien Hubbard.
Wednesday Dtp. tfi
Sclir Nettie Merrill, from Lahaina.
Schr Kawal'uni, from Koolau,
Sch Sarah and Eliza, from Koolau.
Wednesday, Dec 16
Stmr Mokolii, for Molokal.
Schr Catcrina, for Ewa.
rvssnr.s zitAriNa rum xjr.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, for Hamakua.
Bctne Consuelo, (or San I'rancisco.
Schr Luka, for Kohnlalele.
Schr Mnnuokawai, for Koolau,
Schr Sarah & Eliza, lor Koolau.
Schr Nettie Metril, for Lahaina.
The schooner Nettie Merril brought 900
bags sugar Irom Lahaina.
The schooner Kawailani brought 280 bags
rice from Koolau.
The bark Victoria Cross was moved to the
Fish Market nharf yesterday.
The bark Elsinore will come alongside the
P. M. S. S. whsrf to discharge her coal, after
the departure of 'the Australia.
The whaling bark Fleetwing, Captain R. F.
Giffard, was off port yesterday, 15 da s from
San Francisco. She sails on a whaling cruise
News was received by the schooner Nettie
Merrill yesterday of the'wreck of
brigantinc Hesperian, Captain Winding,
at Kahului. The Hesperian ran ashore there,
and brfore she could be gotten off she became
Bismol? to co's.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
MONLY AT THEIR SAVINGS
DANK UPON 'I HE FOL-
On umi ol Five Hundred Dollars or under, from
ono person, they will pay interest at the rate of five per
cenc. per Annum, Irom due of receipt, on all sum that
shall have remained on depoiit three months, or have
been on deposit three months at the t!m,e of making up
the yearly accounts. No interest will be computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a month.
No interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within threa months from dale of deposit.
Thirty days notice must be given at the llanlc of an
Intention to withdraw hny money ; iml the Depos'tor'k
Pass book must be produced at the ame time.
No money will Jjrf paid 'except upon II19 Draft of tie
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pass book.
On the first day of heptember of eaih year, the
accounts will be made up, and mterest on all sums that
shall have remained on dc oit three months or more,
and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors, anc1
from that date form pait of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will .
received, subject to special agreement.
The Dank will be open every day in the week except
DISHOP & CO.
50. jar. WLL.EB.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
42 MEKOHANT SI'., HONOLTJIiTJ.
In conjunction with Mr. 1. A. Macoon.
will attend to all matters of business for
the residents of the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Agent.
I do not confine myself alone to the Busi
ness Houses, but also to the domestic class
who would wish me to attend to any matter of
business, especially to making purchases either
In Honolulu or San Francisco, In any line of
To the Business Houses I will give my
careful attention in all matters pertaining to
oeneral nusiness, viz t AUJusung and I
Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Bii)ing
and Renting Keal estate ana l'ersonal I'rn
All Legal Documents will be cartfully
ana neatly urawn up y Mr, j. a, niagonn.
I will nttend to all matters entrusted in my
care in a careiut, courteous anu neat m.intier,
and with nulck disoatch. -
Agent lor Klinkner & Co. Red Rubber
Telephone P. O. Box 113.
FiirilisjiBu Collage Wanted,
BV A DESIRABLE TENANT.
Address PoslnfTice Box No. 351, stating lo,
cation,' dcscrirJlion'oflhotise and lowest rent.
l i imiM jjj.iA.ijui.q.uui.n
GRA AUGTIOI ,LE8A
Friday Evening, December 18th,
AT '7 O'CLOCK, P. M.
We will sell at our Salesrooms, as aboe stated, the Finest Assortment of FANCY GOODS
that'lus yet been offered at Auction, for the coming Holidays. They consist, In part, of
Citing Tea and Dinner Sets ;
China andsBisquc Ornaments; t
A Fine of Glassware: ? "
Fine Oleographs, that Must be Sold ; -''
Rugs, in lAf Sizes;
A Variety of Dolls and Toys ;
Clocks, Jewelry and Watches.
Also, a line of Very Handsome Japarfcsc Goods, with many other articles suitable for
Christmas and New Year's Pr'scnts.
All will be on exhibition on day of sale. Chairs, as usual, for Ladies. Be puuetual to
LYONS & COHEN,
sittoab a,., WA 'it 1,
The Latest American Invention.
THE VICTORY OF ELECTRICITY.
Since Electricity has been applied for light
ing purposes, all efforts of inventors hac
been directed to construet a lamp for general
domestic use. Tiie reason why tin's problem
nas tin now not been soucu, is that none ol
the inventors could rid themselves of the idea
of gas lighting, and that all have adhered to
the system of producing the Electricity in
some central place, or by latgc machinery, instead
of first laying down the principle that a
Lamp wh eh should ever become generally
useful and popular, must be portnble, like an
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In itself, i, e., in the foot of the Lamp.
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Our Electric Lamp needs neither Machinery,
Conductors, nor any expensive outlay,
ahd is neither complicated nor disagreeable in
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it, every four or five days with acid. The cost
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advantage of neither producing heat,
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degree of temperature- It is further absolutely
inodorous, and does not need to be
lindlcd by match, or otherwise, but, simply
l)y turning the key, thus avoiding all' danger
of lire, explosion or suffocation, as in the ease
2f gas, if the key is left open ; and it must be
onccded that this advantage alone is invaluable.
It is further preferable to any known
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(l.) Its manipulation is so simple that any
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(2.) That the Lamp is portable, and can be
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, (3.) That it neither requires the disagreeable
fixing of the wick, or the cleaning of the
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(4.) That the light produced is a' soft and
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the flame, though being equal in power of
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(O That every danger of fire is absolutely
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if by any accident the glass surrounding
he burner should be broken.
(6.). That it will burn, even in the.strongest
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This Lamp is constructed for the present in
ihrce different sizes:
A., small size. Height of complete Lamp,
14 inches s weight, about 5 pounds ; for lighting
rooms, cellars, storage houses, powder
magazines (or similar places where explosives
are kept), coaches, illuminations, gardens,
mines, or any other Industrial purpose.
Price, l per lamp, delivered free to
any pirt of the world. ,
B., medium size. Serves all domestic purposes
for lighting rooms, homes, etc. This
Lamp is elegantly decorated, and has
white Ground Glass Globe. Price, per
Latnp (inclusive of- Bronze Foot and Globe,
richly and elegantly constructed) z ,
delivered free to any part of the world.
?I! qr,?n.t)s!" for Par,or Ha". Sal00".
Public Building, etc. The Lamp gives a
most brilliant and steady light, hasdarge, removable
white Globe, decorated most tastefully,
and the workmanship is both first-class
and elegant. Price ,4 10. FootofLamp
is cither Bronze, Japanese, Faience or Silver
Any special size or design made to order.
mi' '"P arc reatly for immediate use, and
will be sent, securely picked in strong wooden
bOX. With Drinlrrl ln. ..... .
jiiy of chemicals sufficient for several months'
"Kmiuy, mm one extra burner for size A,
and two for sizes B and C, The pecessary
chemicals can be purchased in any drug store,
in even the smallest village.
Evety Lamp is accompanied by a written
guarantee fur one year, and will be exchanged
or money refunded, if the same shoujd npt
give complete satisfaction.
On all orders for six Lamps and above, a
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orders from abroad filled, unless accompanied
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reference on a New York or Philadelphia
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aw, and all Imitations and infringements will
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J. JT. "Williams,
No. 102 TOUT STREET.
Loading Photographer of Honolulu.
VORK FINISHED IN
Water Colors, Crayon,
India Iukhur OH,
, Photo, Colored Sir,
1h only cemplt collection of
Iila nil Vlows,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
V JB- j3.
Livory, Boarding, and Salo Stables,
Carriage! for hire at all hours of the day or night!
nlto, conveyances of all kinds for parlies going around
Excellent Saddle Horses fur Ladles aud Gentlemen.
Large and small omnibus for picnics and encurtbi
panics, carrying from io le 40 pasngeri, can alwty
be secured by vpecial arrangements.
The Long Branch Uathlnp House can nlwayi
be secured for piuilcor excurMcm larucsby applying
at the oflke.
Tciwiionb No, 34,
JAS, DODD, Proprietor,' J
JVTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
IMrOICTBH ANU OSALUR IN
Paf.t, Attachment!, Oil ami Ace fori:
Wiiitb and tn Ligh Nkw IIohc Machine
Howard's Machlnr. Needle,,' all kind.
CorticellV Silk, In all colors and ilici :
nirhoiir's Linen Thread, ' n
Clark' O. N. l .Machine Cotton.
Mmt, Dtiiortst'i titliablt Cut Pa fir Pat tern t
Dealer In Rifies
Cvns at J SroRTiNO Goods
Siot, PowDiif; Caps,
and MktaUic Cartridges
KBitosnya .srarum, in att .
Scr npMailiine, Lock and promptly
Keep your horses cool
and healthy, and avoid excessive
sweating; by having
them clipped with the
HORSE CLIPPING MACHINE,
Nqw In successful operation at the
Cqrii)' of I'unchbnitt and J eii;s tfeaiitt.
4VIP' C. B MILES, Prnpritlor.
NOTR HBADS, LETTBR HEADS.
I1ILL HK.DSAHnSi'A1.EMENT HEADS
printed to order by the, ' '
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Dlrthday Rooks, Ingelow.
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The Vagabond, Trowbridge. -4 to. cloth, "
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