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CRVSPAL SODA WORKS,.
Five Cent Cop).
1.00 at. saws.
. .King street
The streets and sidewalks arc in a
pitiable plight the result of bad Government.
The Chinese shops along Nuuanu
street were almost all closed by seven
o'clock last night.
A large tree was blown down on
Beretania street, near the residence of
Rev. Dr. Hyde, yesterday afternoon.
- Everybody is complaining of the bad
weather: Business men are looking
blue, and everything in town seems at
a stand-still, except the hacks.
The steamer Ctty of Sydney is ex-,
pected'herc on or about the 5th of
. Jdnuary, en-route from San Francisco
to Yokohama and Hongkong.
Work has been suspended on the
stearn dredger, owing to the breaking of
" a shaft. Repairs are being made, and
work will probably be resumed next
Dr. Geo. L. Fitch and wife sailed
for San Francisco by the Autlralia,
night bejprc last, Dr. Fitch having
secured the position of surgeon on
, the steamer. ,
Pastor Cruzan's Sunday morning
theme will be "Investments." In the
evening the Sunday School will give a
Christinas Cantata, entitled "Time
Pictures. " All arc invited.
A- CHiiiese hackman had the pleasure
of breaking one of the shafts of
his hack last evening, just after dark,
by his horse falling on it at the corner
of Maunakea and King streets.
The Road Supervisor ought to be
compelled to walk backward and forward,
along the Fort-street sidewalks, between
Hotel and Beretania streets, an
hour each day, for punishment.
Good times are in store for the children.
At the beginning of next week,
the children's friend, Mrs. A. B, South-wick,
will hold two Christmas sociables,
. to which Santa Claus will probably be
In yesterday's Press Mr. L. B. Kerr
' was made to appear as one of the parties
to a civil suit. The "L. B." in the
iterrj was an error ; it was another man
by the name of Kerr, whose initials got
mixed with those of Mr. L. B. Kerr, the
, The regular Sunday services will be
held in the Bethel Union Church to-,"
morrow. Morning service at eleven
o'clock. Subject; "He is Risen."
Evening 'service at -half-past seven
o'clock. Subject: "A Personal Question."
All are invited.
The report of the Y. M. C. A. meeting,
held night before last, shows that
the attendance at the Reading Rooms
per week for the past month was 245,
and that after expending $286 30 since
the last meeting, there still remains on
hand a balance of $84 09.
The Christinas examinations of the
.Punahou Preparatory School were
held yesterday forenoon". The scholars
gave a very interesting entertainment,
- comprising recitations, songs and compositions.
A large number of ladies
,a ;and gentlemen were present, among
them Rev. Dr. Hyde and Chief Justice
The tribulations of a reporter would
make anybody but a newspaper man
give up in despair this rainy weather.
Locals are as scarce as hen's teeth and
there is hardly an item to be gotten, except
about the weather, and everybody
is disgusted with the mention of rain. By
the way, the weather sharps were de
claring that the "blow" of yesterday
evening was the tail end of the storm.,
So may it be.
The weather permitting, the Royal
Hawaiian Band will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon at half-past
four o'clock, The following
will be played :
March-Springtime is Coming. , , Beyer
, , , Flowtow
Polka-Love and Truth Wielaml
Final-Rigoletto ., , Verdi
Last .' tMnlloy
Quadrille-London Life ..,,,, Coote
On next Monday evening, at half-past
seven o'clock, the band will give another
concert at Emma Square.
The say : that the political aspirant
cometh up as a flower; that the Government
will not elect half a, do7n
Representatives outside of Ildnolulu;
that there will be merry times next
week; that the Pali road 'is a very slippery
fact; that the Mormon settlement
on Oahu, contemplates becoming an
active political factor soon; that a proposition
will be made the authorities by
private individuals to leate the streets
of Honolulu for fish ponds; that the
, political sack is already being circulated;
that the most that the taxpayers
hope for, js a chance to have the nation's
credit put upon a sound basis; that
some o'f the natives contemplate organizing
an Opposition political society;
that the little folks will be treated next
week; that the handsome man is out of
town; that the Dramatic Club ought to
give an entertainment during
week; that the weather makes
everybody mad; that the longest poli
tical lane turns when the people stand
in the way; that th-' next man who
delivers himself up for the good of the
people, jlnd runs for office, will have to
pay for his fun; that the vestiges of old
social customs arc still to be found in
Honolulu; that the best show to make
a fortune is where there arc lots of
people and undeveloped resources; that
the colonization scheme, when carried
out, will fill the bill; that the Mararoa
will not qct here to-day; that she will;
that nobody knows anything about it;
and that the New Year will settle all
old, scores except political ones:
At 'Fort-street Church, Christmas
begins early this year. The Sunday
School have been rehearsing for some
time, under the leadership of Prof.
Yarndley, Mrs. Hanford and J. B.
Atherton, a very pretty Chiistmas
Cantata, entitled "Time Pictures."
This will be given Sunday evening. A
large stage has been erected and the
church will be appropriately decorated.
Tne following are the leading parts of
uiu uiiiu;ua, wmen wm uu assumcu uy
different members of the Sunday School!
1 Prologue, .,.,., . ,1 , ,
2 Christmas Carol "HarV, the Bells"
3 Recitation "Gad's First Promise of n
4 Quartet and Chorus "Come, Gentle
5 Soprano Solo "I Will Join Your
Happy Greeting. " '
6 Trio .-..."Carry Them Back."
7 Jewish 'Harvest Song. ...... "A Beautiful,-
8 Dialogue "Lo I 'Tis the Time to
Gather in the Wheat."
9 Duet "We Know Not Why."
10 Chorus r ."Reaping, Reaping."
11 Dialogue "Maiden, I am but a
12 Duct: "Moab's Fairest
13 Baritone Solb "Hark, the Dis.
tant Thunders Roll."
14 Chant .."Jewish Evening Hymn."
15 Recitation "O, People Honored
of the Lord." . ' "
16 Solo and Chorus "The Day of His
.Coming is Nigh."
17 Duet "Come, oh, Come,
Thou Star of Glory."
18 Recitation and Dialogue. . :
19 Soprano Solo,....,' "Fear Ye Not."
20 Semi-chorus and Chorus "Glory tor
Pollca Court Item:
Friday, December 18th.
Lui Kauohai, charged with driving
a dray without a license; fined $5, and
I'm llono Publico,
Go to King Bros., on Hotel street, for Christmas
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
vitas 11 3iiNaK pjes
Daily, from and after date at
Meller & H aloe's, Confectionery.
rilllSlI OllKAM CAKES Jt ECLAIRS
Daily, from and after date at
MELLER & HaLUE'S CONrCCTIONERY.
Vessels Expected from Korelirn Ports.
Boston, Am. bk Jas. S. Stone.... Barstow
To sail Dec. 1-5, G. Brewer & Co,,
Central America, Am. bk. D. C. Murray
Mudgett. Now due. Agents.
Glasgow, Brit. bkNATUNA
To sail Nov. 15. F. A. schaefer & Co
Honokong, Brit, bktnc Mount Lebanon-.
Nelson. Loading Oct 13. Agents.
Hongkong, Haw. brig Allie Rowe,
Holland, Due Jan. 15-20.
Jaluit, Haw. schr Jennie Walker
Anderson, now Due. Pacific Navigation
Liverpool, Biit. bk Ciiilena .Davics.
Due Jan. 15-20. T. II. Davies & Co,
Liverpool, Brit, ship Stirlingshire. .Alexander,
(via Madeira.) Due March 25-30.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Brit, bk Lady
New Casile.N. S .W. Brit, bk Lady Lamp-son
Marston, due Feb 10-15, C,
Brewer & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Am bk Hester....
Ryder. Due Dec. 15-20, -Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk Conferance. .,
to sail Nov. 15. Wilder & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk Virginia
to sail about Nov. 15, Wilder & Co,,
New Castle, N. S. Y, ship Dionysus. (..
Jones, to sail about Dec, 1, Agents.
New York, Nor. bk Lovspring
Thomsen. Over due. Castle1 Ik Cooke,
Port jii.akely, Am. bktne Amelia
Newlmll. Due Jan, 1-5, Ajlen & Robinson,
San Francisco, Am. tern Y. S. Bownk. . . .
Paul, to sail Dec. 10. F. A. Schaefcr &
San Francisco, Am. bktne Emma
DINA Matson. (For1 Hilo,)
Due Dec. 15-20.
San Francisco, Am. S, S. Mariposa
Hayward, Due Dec 26, W, G, Irwin &
San Francisco, Am bktne. Eureka, Lee,
....due Dee. 15-20. II. Hackfcld & Co.
Sydney, Brit. S, S. Mararoa
Due Dec. 19, W. G, Irwin & Co. Agents,
Merchant Vessels Now in Port,
Bktne J. D, Spreccels , , . .Fries,
Bktne Ki.uq tat Cutler.
Ilk C R Bishop Wolters
Bk Victoria Cross Robinson
Ilk L17IF, Iredai.e Ireihtle
Bk Flsinore. . , , , , JcuU
Bktne Mary Winkelman.. ...Backus
Ugtne Consuelo ,..,,,. Cousins,
Tern Eva , . , Wiknian"
Ilk T R Foster.,... .Rugg
Stmr, St. Paul, ..,.,.,....,...,, .Joskins
Am bk, CAIHAKIEN........ Hubbard.
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19 1885.
iniMiiMn.iiiiiMiiwMiinMmniiMiiniiniiiiTi 1' 1 1 rnmrmftsMimnassssn
Mary Foster, from Eleele, Kauai,
Schr Waichu, from Kauai,
fTclir Liholiho, from Kauai.
Schr Leahl, from llanalei.
Schr Mille Morris, from Molokal.
Schr Kulamanu, from Kohala, Hawaii.
Friday, Dec. 18
Stmr Si Paul, for San Francisco.
VESSELS I.11A VINO THIS DA V.
Stmr James Makee, for Kapaa, Knuai.
Stmr Wairaanalo, for Waimanalo.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, for Hamakua.
Ugtne Consuelo, for San Francisco.
Schr Nettie Merrill, for Lahaina.
Schr Emma, for Koolau,
Schr Mile Mortis, for Molokai.
For San Francisco, per steamer St. Paul,
Friday, Dec. 18 Samuel Kodmore, Ii
J Eno3 and Ah You.
The schooner Waichu brought 700 bags rice
The schooner Liholiho brought 1,429 bags
sugar from Kauai.
The schooner Mary Foster brought 360 bags
sugar from Kauai,
The schooners Leahi and Waiehu both report
rough weather at Kauai.
The schooner Kulamanu was towed in by
the tug Elcu yesterday afternoon.
The sailing of the steamers Jas. Makee and
Kilauea Hou was postponed until to-day, on
account of bad weather.
The steamer St. Paul sailed for San Francisco
at noon yesterday, taking 10,241 bags
sugar, 500 bags rice, 1,857 bunches bananas
and 16 boxes betel leaves.
the undersigned will receive
Money at their savings
i1vnk upon the
On turns ot Five Hundred Dollars or under, from
one person, they will pay Interest at the rate of five per
cent, per annum, trom date of receipt, on all sums that
shall have remained on deposit three months, or have
been on deposit three months at the time of making up
the yearly accounts. No Interest will be computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a mouth.
No Interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from (Lite of deposit.
Thirty days notice mut be given nt the Bank of an
intention to withdraw any muney ; and the Depositor's
Pass-book mutt be produced at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pass-book.
On the first day of September of each year, the
accounts will be made up, and interest on all sums that
shall hate remained on deposit three months or more,
and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors, and
from that date form pait of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will .
received, subject to special agreement.
The Uank will be open every day In the week except
Sundys and Holidays.
aw-370 BISHOP & CO.
AT THOMAS G. THRUM'S
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Gold, Steel and Quit Pens,
Blacl. Writing and Copying Inks,
Carmine, Violet, and Blue Inks,
Dixon's, -label's, Guttneck's and Grossbergcr
Pencils. Wood, Rubber and Celluloid
Papeterles, Visiting Cards,
Cap, Letter, Note and Memo Tablets and Blocks
in Manila and fine paper,
Envelopes, all sites, paper and cloth lined.
STOAKES' AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS
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INK POWDERS, VARIOUS COLORS, ,
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Trial Balance Books,
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Blank Books in Variousbiies and Styles of Binding,
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hbonlzed Lasels, Brackets and Cabinets,
Celluloid Sets of Comb. Brush and Mirror,
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bhtwl I raps, School Hags, ,
A 1'ine Variety of Franz's llinlid.iv Cards.
Poetical, Buthday and Mlscellmeous BooksJ
UlustratedLetter Sheets. Pocket and Letter Maps or
the Islands, Maps of Honolulu.
I SOUVENIR VIEWS OF HONOLULU,
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Since Electricity has been applied for lighting
purposes, all efforts of inventors have
been directed to construct a lamp for general
domestic use. The reason why this problem
has till now not been solved, is that none of
the inventors could rid themselves of the idea
of gas lighting, and that alt have adhered to
the system of producing the Electricity in
some central place, or by lame machinery, instead
of first laying down the principle that a
Lamp which should ever become generally
useful and popular, must be portable, like an
Oil Lamp, and contain the generator of Electricity
in itself, i. e., in the foot of the Lamp.
The Norman Electric Light Company haS
at last succeeded in completely realizing this
ideal of Electric Lighting, and there is no
tloubt that tins most important invention will
bring about a complete revolution in all
branches of lighting.
Our Electric Lamp needs neither Machinery,
Conductors, nor any expensive outlay,
and is neither complicated nor disagreeable in
manipulation ; all that is necessary is to refill
it every four or five days with acid. The cost
of lighting will be as cheap as gas )( cents
per hour), and it has before the latter the immense
advantage of neither producing heat,
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nir is not impured, and remains at the same
degree of temperaturei It is further absolutely
inodorous, and docs not need to be
kindled by match, or otherwise, but simply
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of lire, explosion or suffocation, as in the case
of gas, if the key is left open ; and it must be
conceded that this advantage alone is invaluable.
It is further preferable to any known
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(i.) Its manipulation is so simple that any
child can keep it in order.
(2.) That the Lamp is portable, and can be
removed like any Oil Lamp, from one place
(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
lighting to gas, can be regulated to any degree.
(5.) That everydanger of fire is absolutely
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if by any accident the glass surrounding
the 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
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. N. 83 j HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU, II.- I .1
Has just received per Steamer "St. Paul" a Splendid, Assortment of
Among which is n Very Choice Selection of New and Elei;anCIMilfiS tf3
Address.: The Norman Electric Light Co.,
PHILADELPHIA, U. S. of America.
COOL OFF !
DID YOU SAY?
No Christinas Dinner is completewithout
the celebrated ELITE. ICE CREAM, made
from pure Woodlawn Dairy Cream. Go and
surprise your folks 5 order a bucket of our
delicious Ice Cream. We pack orders for
Ice Cream (from one to fifty quarts) in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, warranted to keep its delightful
flavor and perfect form for many
By last steamer we have received a splendid
Choice French Candies,
In great variety. Also, an elegant assortment
of Fancy Candy and Bon-Uon Boxes
just the thing for a Christmas present.
Our Macaroons, Lady Fingers, French
Kisses, Jelly Cakes, Coco Ba!ls,uind many
other Fancy Cakes, are the favorite with all
the ladies, of Honolulu. '
aWRing up Bell Telephone No: 182, or
Mutual No. 338,
tar The Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street, are open daily until It p. M. 21 iy
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business for
thu residents o the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Afpnt.
I do no conhne myself' alone to the Business
Houses, but also ''to the. domestic class
who would wish me to attend to any matter of
inisuicss, cbicLiuny iu matting jiurcuases euner
in Honolulu or San Francisco, in any line ol
To the Business Houses I will give my
careful attention in all matters pertaining tov
General Business, viz 1 Adjusting and Collecting
Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buying
and Renting Real Estate and Personal Properly.
tar All Legal Documents will be carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr. J. A. Magoon.
I will attend to all matters entrusted in my
care in a careful, courteous and neat manner,
ami wun muck inspect).
Agent for KMinkncr & Co. Red Rubber
Telephone j P. O, Box Jlj.
TWTRSr THOMAS LACK.
No. 10 Fort Street, Honolulu,
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Afme. Dtmomft Rtliablt Cut Paftr Palttrnt
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Shit, Powpbr, Cam,
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KEItOSElfE STOVES, In all'the.
Sewing.Machine, Lock and promptly
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Letter, Cap and Note Ulocks of first quality paper,
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Manilla paper, plain Memo, and Note
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this victorv or rCTKICITV.
A., small size. Height of complete Lamp,
14 inches j weight, about 5 pounds j for lighting
rooms, cellars, storage houses, powder
magazines (or -similar places where explosives
arc kept), coaches, illuminations, gardens,
mines, or any other industrial purpose.
Price, 1 per lamp, delivered free to
arjy part of the world.
B., medium size. Serves all domestic purposes
for lighting rooms, houses, etc. This
Lamp is elegantly decorated, and has removable
white Ground Glass Globe. Price, per
Lamp (inclusive of Bronze Foot and Globe,
richly and elegantly constructed) 2 ,
delivered free to any part of the world.
C, grand size for Parlor, Hall, Saloon,
Public Building, etc. The Lamp gives a
most brilliant and steady light, has large, removable
white Globe, decorated most tastefully,
nnd 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.
AH Lamps are ready for immediate use, and
will besent, securely packed in strong wooden
box, with printed directions for use, a quantity
of chemicals sufficient lor several months'
lighting, and one extra burner for size A,
and two for sizes B and C, The necessary
chemicals can be purchased in any drug store,
in even the smallest village.
.Every Lamp is accompanied by a. written
guarantee fur one year, and will be exchanged
or money refunded, If the same should not
give complete satisfaction.
On all orders for six Lamps and above, a
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by a remittance to cover the amount, or first-class
reference on a New Yorjc or Philadelphia
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All orders, the smallest as well as the most
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aud will be forwarded without delay.
tsrOui Electric Lamps are protected by
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