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One drunk paid six dollars into
Police Court yesterday.
Colonel M. Thompson has our
thanks for an interesting file of Eastern
I'he steamer St. Paul sails for San
Francisco at noon to-day, taking a full
cargo of sugar.
The steamship Australia arrived
yesterday afternoon, sixiceiudays from
Sydney, N. S. W.
Ve.call attention to the advertise'
of 'A. l. Smith, in this issue, in
regard to Christmas goods.
St. Alban's College closes to-day for
the Christmas vacation. The school
Will re-open early in January next.
Only one passenger in the steerage
for this port by the Australia yesterday.
There were twenty-five through
The weather showed signs of peni
tence yesterday morning, but, like mankind
genrrally, it relapsed before night
and was as bad as ever.
At the sale of-, Lyons & Cohen this
evening ;thcrc will be sold a fine lot of
jewelry and-opera glasses, "besides 'the
numerous articles advertised in this
Yesterday morning the Royal Ha
waiian IJand gave a complimentary
concert and serenade at the residence
of the Hon. A, F. Judd, on Nuuanu
A dinner party was given last-evening
at the residence of Mr. C. T. Gulick, on
King street. The band was in attendance,
and played some veiy me selections.
People in the vicinity of the Chinese
Theater were startled by a loud repon
yesterday afternoon about two o'clock,
which, on investigation, proved to be a
blast set ofi at the Iron Works.
There will be a moonlight concert at
Emma Square this-evening at half-past
seven o'clock, weather permitting.
The band will also play at the O. S. S.
wharf, on the departure of the St. Paul.
Mr M. Hartman wishes us to state
that he accepts the challange to skate
a five-mile race with Mr. Mullen, according
to the arrangements of the
challancc already published in the
The Postofilce will ship no mail by
by the steamer St. Paul to-day, unless
such mail is marked to go by the St
Paul. All other mail will be shipped
by the Maratoa, which is due herepen
route to San Francisco, to-morrow.
Miss Genevieve Ward, the celebrated
tragedienne, arrived by the Australia
yesterday. Miss Ward intends visiting
the volcano and other points
of interest on the Islands. It is re-...ported
that she will give one reading
The bark Elsinorc was hauled
side, the P. M. S. S. wharf yesterday
'forenoon, and had barely commenced
discharging her. cargo when the Australia
was telephoned. She was then
removed to the Likelike wharf, to make
room for the mail steamer.
The Overland Monthly for December,
has an article on "Hawaiian Volcanoes,"
by Mr. Edward P. Baker, of
these Islands, and a list of poetry writ
ten by Mr. E. C. Sanford, formerly of
' Oahu College, Ihc article on Hawaiian
volcanoes is especially interesting.
Yesterday afternoon a small native
boy was walking along the Esplanade
with his head in the a,ir, whistling
"Hawaii Ponoi," when he suddenly
tripped, and took a header into a large
mud puddle. The last seen of him he
was being haiiled out by some friendly
Teachers of Honolulu will please
take notice that a business meeting is
to be held at the Fort-street school this
afternoon at half-past two o'clock, ns
was previously announced in the Press.
The meeting is called by order of Miss
Lula Moore, Secretary if the Teachers'
Mr: M. Goldberg left bytKe steamer
Australia yesterday for San Francisco,
Mr. Goldberg goes to the coast to pin-chase
a new stock of goods, embracing
all kinds of gentlemen's furnishing
goods, and will return about the middle
of January, He will open his stock in
the store formerly occuped by the
Temple of Fashion, at the corner of
Fort and Merchant streets.
. , The holidays are near at hand, and,
according to qlikime custom, presents
to your friends will be tlie order of the
day. And when you start out on a
purchasing tour, you should by all
means call on West, Dow & Co,, and examine
their large assortment of Christ
mas cards and all kinds of holiday
goods. They have the largest stock in
the city, and say they will sell goouS
Word has been received from Kawai
loa 'ranch that the large reservoir situa
ted several miles above the house ana
fiv DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1885.
Used for storing water for cattle and
irrigation, is at present overflowing.
The reservoir has never been dry
since it was constructed several years
ago, although it only drains a small area
01 wiuersncu. w is proposcu 10 construct
reservoirs on the same generil
plan it) the development of the Hawaiian
A quiet wedding took place last evening
at the residence of Mrs. Coney,
corner of Richard street and Palace
walk, the participants being Miss
Ellen Coney and Mr. J. A. Graham.
Rev. J. A. Cnizan officiated After
the ceremony the guests adjourned to
the residence of Mr. J. Ena, where n
sumptuous repast was served. The
bridal party leaves for the Coast by thci
Mararoa to-morrow. The Press
wishes the couple a long life of happiness
A new and elegant perfume, called
the "Aloha Perfume," has been made
by Eastman & Bro. of Pluadclphm,
and is now imported and offered for
sale by Messrs. Hollister & Co., at
their stores on Fort street. " The perfume
is most deliciously delicate and
lasting, nnd is a decidedly original perfume.
It is put Up in neat bottles, which
retail for $i each, and each purchaser
is given a nicely printed little pamphlet
uf eight pages containing the Hawaiian
legend of "Aloha." Aloha toilet soap,
highly perfumed, is also one of the
novelties introduced by this firm.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of
New York, has issued a neat portfolio
containing pads, nicely stitched in a
flexible cover, togethtc with weekly
statements for the month of November,
1885. S. G. Wilder is the agent of
this company for the Hawaiian Islands.
By the Weekly statement ending Nov.
1 6th, it is shown that the total amount
of death claims paid that week was
$115,846, while', the matured endowments
paid tlitvsame week amount to
$45,930 99, Tha' showing of all the
statements lS'cauallv liood. .. Ihc total
assets of the- different departments of
the company -can be seen in Mr.
Wilder's advertisement in another
They say : that good King Kal. is
not responsible for the folly of the
present Administration; that the Christmas
feeling of 'old times is already
creeping over the community; that the
American fashion of electionering is to
be introduced here this campaign; that
the editor of the S. F. Merchant talks
of Hawaiian politics just as if he had
never lived lrere, don't you know; that
the American custom of New-Year
calls will be observed this year in
Honolulu; that the theory of free
whisky will ultimately knock its advocates
out of political equilibrium; that
the manners of Anglo-maniacs are
taking hold of the native population;
that the new literary society will be
organized the first of the year;
that the much-ado-about-nothing
policy of the Hawaiian Government
will not be able to fool the natives
much longer; that the weddinc last
night was celebrated in the latest style;
that the oonajide voters ol Hawaii will De
increased 20 per cent., if necessary,
before the coming election; that some
new Hawaiian songs will be published
soon; that the greatest claim to advance
political ideas does not, warrant
reckless financial policies; that Japan
never offered to buy the Hawaiian
Islands, because they svere never offered
for sale by the King; that the San Francisco
newspapers will feel awfully
ashamed of themselves when the next
Hawaiian mail reaches the Coast; that
the party of the first part does not
always agree with the party of the
second part in regard to political parole
contracts; that Santa Glaus is coming
to Hawaii in a native canoe this
year; that the native political orator is
busy learning the speeches which have
been written for him; and that the
people of these Islands never see themselves
as others see them.
' (Hull Court Items.
Thursday, December 17th.
J. J. Williams vs. W. L. Wilcox,
continued until the 21st inst.
L. B. Kerr vs. S. 1?. Grnhaio,
settled out of Court; costs
J. McLain vs. L. B, Kerr, assumpsit;
settled ont of Court; costs $2.
L. Ming vs. Naauae and Kauluka,
trespass; case discontinued; costs $4.80.
L. B. Kerr vs. H. F. Htbbard,
settled out of Court; costs
I'ro llono rubltcti.
Go to King Bros., on Hotel street, for
cards, fern Aloha cards and beautiful gift
Henry Hart, at the Elite Parlors, keeps the
best creams, ices, candies, cigars, and the biggest
stock of Island curious to be lound in
riUCSU MINCE l'XE.S
Daily, from and after date at
Mklluk & Malhe's, Confectionery.
PHK.SII CHI1AM OAICUS . ECLAlllS
Daily, from and after date at
Meli.ek & Hauiu'r Confectionery.
Vessels Expected Irom 1'orelnn Ports,
UosTON,Am. bk Jas. S. SioNK.....I)arstow
To sail Dec. 1-5, C. llrewer & Co.,
Ckntkal Amurica, Am, bk'. D. C. Murray
Mudgett. Now due Agents.
Glasgow, llrit. bk Natuna ....'.. t .
To sail Nov. 15. F. A. Schaefer & Co
HonoKono, llrit. bktnc MOUNT LeuanONu
Nc'sori. Loading Oct 13. Agents.
HoNOKONO, Haw. brig Au.tE RoVE
Holland. Due Jan. 15-ao.
Jai.uit, Haw. schr Jknnie Walker
Anderson, now utic. racinc navigation
LIVERPOOL, Hilt, bk ClIILENA DaviCS.
'Due Jan. 15-20. T. 11. Davlcs & Co.
Liverpool, llrit. ship .SfiRLiNOSlURR.. Alexander,
(via Madeira.) Due March 25-30.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Drlt. bk Lady
New Cast le, N. S ,W. Brit, bk Lady Lamp-son
Marston, due Feb 10-1 5, C .
Brewer & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Am bk Hesfkr....
Ryder. Due Dec. H-20. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. V. bk Conferance. .
to sail Nov. 15. Wilder & Co, Agents.
Np.w Castle. N. S. W. bk Virginia
to sail about Nov. 15. Wilder & Co.,
Newcastle, N. S. V. ship Dionysus....
Jones, to sail about Dec. I. Agents.
New York, Nor. bk Lovsprino
Thomscn. Over due. Castle & Cooki-,
Port m.akely, Am. bktnc Amelia
Newliall. Due Jan. 1-5. Allen &
San Francisco, Am. tern W. S. Bowne. . . .
Paul, to sail Dec. 10. F. A. Schacicr &
San Francisco, Am. bktne Emma Clau-
DINA Matson. (For llilo.)
Due Dec. 15-20.
SaN Francisco, Am. S. S. Mariposa
Hayward, Due Dec 26, W. G. Irwin &
San Francisco, Am bktnc. Eureka, Lek,
due Dee. 15-20. H. Hackfcld & Co.
Sydney, Brit. S. S. Mararoa
Due Dec. 19, W. G. Irwin & Co. Agents.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Bktne J. D. SlRECKELS , . Fries.
Bktnc Klikitat Cutler.
Uk C R Bishop Wolters
Bk Victoria Cross Robinson
Bk Lizzie I red ale Iredale
Bk Elsinore JcnU'
Uktnc MARY WINKELMAN liackus
Bgtnc Consuelo Cousins
Tern Eva Wikman
Uk T R Foster Rugg
Stmr. St. Paul Esskins
Am bk. Caiuakien Hubbard.
Thursday, Dec. 17
Stmr Australia, from the Colonies.
Stmr James Makee. from Kapaa, Kauai.
Stmr Kilauea Hon, from Hawaii.
Australia, for San Francisco.
Stmr Kilauea IIou, for Hamakua.
Schr Luka, for Koholalelc.
Schr Manuokawai, fur Koolau.
Schr Sarah & Eliza, lor Koolau.
VESSELS LISA VXSO T1IIH DA Y.
Stmr St Pawl, for San Francisco.
Stmr James Makee, for Kapaa, Kauai.
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waimanalo.
Schr Nettie Meiril, for Lahaina.
Schr Emma (or Olowalu, Hawaii.
For San Francisco, per steamer Australia,
Thursday, Dec. 17 LLlIoltz, Miss h Joseph,
A N Drown, Miss B Fuller, M Goldberg, Mrs
C II Peterson and child, Mrs Austin and son,
Dr Fitch and wife and 49 in the steerage.
The steamer Mararoa may be looked for today.
The steamer Waimanalo brought 500 bags
sugar from Waimanalo. ,
The back Lizzie Iredale is discharging coal
at the P. M. S. S. wharf.
The steamer St. Paul is taking in sugar at
the 0. S. S. wharf. She sails for San Francisco
to-day at twelve o'clock sharp.
The sttamer Australia sailed for San Fran
cisco at twelve o'clock last night, takipg 500
tons rice and sugar, 1,300 bunches bananas,
270 bundles sugar cane, and various kinds of
Following is the report of the Australia :
Sailed from Sydney December 1st. at 4
o'clock l M. Experienced fine weather for
several das. followed by very strong head
winds and high sea, which continued till arrival
at Honolulu. Owing to the unusually heavy
weather, the passage has been two days longer
a3iHrcoje jes co's.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
MONEY AT THEIR SAVINGS
IUNK" UPON THE FOLLOWING
On turns ol I'ivis IlumlreJ Dollars or under, from
one person, limy will pay Interest at the rate of five pr
cent, per annum, Irom date of receipt, on nil sums tli.il
sliall hive remained cm deposit three months, orhar
been on deposit three months at the time ofm.iUng up
the yearly accounts. No interest will be computed uu
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a month.
No Interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from date of deposit.
Thirty days notice must be given at tlic Hank of an
Intention to withdraw any muney ; and the Depos'tor'n
Pass-book must be produced at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by die proper Pass-book.
On the first day of September of each year, the
accounts will be made up, and interest on all sums (hat
shall hae remained on deposit three months or more,
and unpaid) will be credited to the depositors, anc
from that dale form pan 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 exiert
Sundys and Holidays. .
BISHOP & CO,'
WITH A LARGE OF MUSIC,
For sale by
JL m ' eLl
GEASB auction sale
Also, a line of
Christmas and New
Friday Evening, December 18th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK, P. M.
We will sell at our Salesrooms, as above stated, the Finest Assortment of FANCY GOODS
that has yet been offered at Auction, for the; coming Holidays. They consist, in part, of
China 'Tea and Dinner Sets
China' and Bisque Ornaments;
A Fine Line of Glassware ;
Fine Oleographs, that Musi be Sold ;
Rugs, in, 'A I I Sizes;
A Variety of Dolls and Toys ;
Clocks, Jewelry and Watches.
Very Handsome Japanese Goods, with many other articles suitable for
All will be on exhibition on day of sale,
Chairs, as usual, for Ladies. Be puuetual to
LYONS 8c COHEN,
N. 83 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU, H. I
Has just received per Steamer "St. Paul" a Splendid Assortment of
Among which is a Very Choice Selection of New and Elegant styles of
Christmas Cards ;' also, Glass and Figured Toilet Sets,
Doll Carriages, Velvet Cabinet Picture Frames,
Christmas Candles, Children's Paint Boxes,
Musical Tops, Glass Ink .Stands,
Autograph Albums, Work Boxes,
Toy Watches, Papeteries, Shaving Mugs,
Gift Cups andt Saucers, Whisk Broom
Holders. Silver Plated Ware, Etc., Etc.,
t3T ALL OP WUIOU 31 VST DE MUSS' TO UK Al'l'JlKOtATED.
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Since Electricity has been applied for lighting
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been directed to construct a lamp for general
domestic use. The reason why this problem
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