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The weather gave everybody n surprise
The steamer Mararoa lias not been
telephoned up to the time we go to
A new board sidewalk is being laid
in front of ftollister's drug store, on the
corner of Fort and Merchant streets.
Mr. Frank Winter and Miss Kate
Mossman will be married at Fort-street
Church this evening by Rev. J. A.
If the steamer Marat oa arrives before
evening, the band will play nt the
Hawaiian Hotel instead of Emma.
The band played to a very good
audience on last Saturday afternoon.
It gives another concert at the same
place this evening at half-past seven
The barkentine Eureka, which arrived
yesterday morning, brought five
Guinea hens for Dr. Brodic. She also
brought one day's later news than the
A report comes by the Planter that
there are three persons electioneering
at Waimea, Kauai, for the Government
party. "The combat deepens; on ye
All members of the Young People's
Christian Temperance Union are invited
to meet at Mrs. Southwick's
rooms, at No. 4 Adams lane, this evening
at six o'clock.
A tine oil painting of tlc, volcano,
copied from a painting by Tavernier
by Mr. Geo. Stratemeycr, can be seen
at the store ol Bertson, Smith & Co.,
on Fort street.
Our Hilo correspondent writes that
heavy boots, oveicoats and big umbrellas
have been in special demand in
Hilo for some time past, and at present
the rain puts a damper on trade.
There was but a small audience at
St. Andrew's Cathedral at the eleven
o'clock service yesterday. Neither the
Bishop nor the boys of Iolani College
were present. The place of the regular
organist was filled by a lady.
The merchants who have Christinas
goods on hand have been looking
pleasantcr and feeling better since the
sun came out last Saturday. They were
very "blue" until the wind blew in the
right direction and .scattered the rain
A large audience assembled at Fort--street
Church last evening to witness
the Christmas Cantata. The
was carried out very well by
the Sunday School scholars. The services
were conducted by Rev. J. A.
Flaming posters are about town, announcing
the reopening of the Central
Park Skating Rink. At the bottom of
the poster it is announced that Mullen
and Hartmun are training, morning
and evening, for the championship of
" Give me a kiss ? " said the Fort
street merchant, as he went home the
other . night and took the baby on his
knees. lie got the kiss and has been
combing 'lasses candy out of his mustache
ever since. Moral : Don't g6t
married, boys I
A Chinaman was trying to steer a sick
looking horse up Nuuanu street yesterday
morning. When near Beretania
street the horse refused to go any further,
For fully five minutes there was
a (ood deal of swearing in Chinese,
which attracted a large crowd.
The pleasant weather of yesterday
was taken advantage of by several
horse-back parties of young people.
Some went to the Pali, some to
and a largo party of native girls and
boys were last seen galloping out the
Pulama road. The Road Supervisor is
reported to have remained at home.
A report comes from Kauai, on
very good authority, that a native man
at Waiineq, Kauai, whoso leg below
the knee had been hurt and is mortify-inc.
has been refused medical attend
ance. Our informant states that the.
Government physician at that place has
refused to send the- man to the Hono
lulu Hospital, where he could receive
The Royal Hawaiian Band will give
a concert at Emma Square this evening
at half-past seven o'clock. The following
is the prograjnme.
Overture Part in D'ablc. ..,,.,.,,, ..Auber
bong Reaper and Flowers Cuwcn
Wrdti Vienna Stratus
Dance The Aboriglns , Thiere.
Reminiscences of Auber Godfrey
Waltrrln the Twilight Coote
Mainf Greeting Faust
me AM Wei a Herder
The brigantine Hesperian arrived at
Kahului on the 10th 111st, 47 days from
Departure Bay, with a cargo ol coal,
consigned to Wilder & Co, The pilot
was compelled to anchor her off port,
on account of unfavorable winds, where
he remained until the 13th inst,,
owing to no change in the weather that
would allow her to enter the harbor,
.On trie 13th inst., at three o'clock in
fie morning, she parted one of her
chains, and dragging the remaining
anchor, she drifted on to the tetf
Jo the southwest of the harbor.
The perilous condition she was
in was witnessed from the shore
where a boat was manned, and put of!
to the unfortunate vessel. There was
a heavy sea running and large breakers
were sweeping the decks of the vessel
at the time. Evervbodv on the vessel
was saved, through the bravery of
tne natives in the boat, which put
out from shore. The vessel and rarco
were sold at nubile auction on the r.itli
inst., Hon. Samuel Parker being the
purchaser, the entire lot bringing $720.
The vessel was insured for the sum of
$5,000. The cargo was also insured.
They say : that one of our worst offi'
cials will be deeply interested in the
Mormon news; that the Liberal victory
in England is not such a big thing after
all; that the weather plavcd a uood
joke on the "chronic "growlers" yester
day; that the town was all out for a
walk in the sunshine yesterday; that
the weather of yesterday restored the
roads to their normal (miserable) condition,
as foretold by the Government
organ; that the Road Supervisor's
salary ought to be given to the lepers
in good weather and refunded to the
tax-payers in bad weather; that the
Islands would all go Democratic if
annexed to the United States under
Cleveland; that Hawaii received the
tail end of the late storm at Panama;
that the December fashions have the
appearance of a circus; that the men
who hold oftice firmly believe that all
the world is leagued together to get
them away from the swill; that the
wedding bells will ring several times
during the Christmas holidays; that
the petty strifes of office-seekers are
degenerating into personal quarrels;
that the soldiers who are now eating
Government poi and hiding in Dutch
uniforms will get hoka after the next
Legislature meets; that Colonel
els is getting tired of his Government
circus; that he has decided to change
political clowns next year; that the
people generally willbc with him in
such a move; that the early cat gets
the sweet milk from the do6r step;
that the gay deceiver sometimes gets
deceived; that the police' officers will
now have a chance to sleep at nights
without getting wet; that the Hawaiian
dandy will be a candidate for the
of the next Lecislature; that
the late weather has been prolific of
toothache; and that the Government
party has got political dyspepsia.
At the Bethel Union Church yesterday
morning the Rev. E. C. Oggel, the
pastor, continued his series of sermons
on the Apostles' Creed. His theme
was, "The third day He rose again
from the dead." The text was, "Who
is he that condemneth? It is Christ
that died, yea rather, that is risen again."
Romans 8: 34.
The preacher said : "In the economy
of salvation the manger has its place;
so has the garden and prominently the
Lross. Yet the death did not complete
the work of Christ. True, in
one sense, the stupendous task of
Christ culminated on Calvary. I admit
the importance of the death in the
programme of redemption. It has
been put into song:
"He left His starry crown
And laid His robes aside;
On wings of love came down
And wept and bled and died."
Now if the death had been the termination
of Christ's career, the composer
would have closed his hymn with the
dying Jesus. But not so, for the song
"From the dark grave He rose
The mansion of the dead;
And thence His mighty foes
In glorious triumph led."
And likewise scrinture savs : "Tt ic
Christ that died, yea rather that is risen
again. Hence the death was not the
artist's finishing touch to the painting,
tor tne resurrection was to o ow.
And the Apostles made the theme of
their nreachinn : "Christ, nrlsen. liv.
ing Redemer, mighty to pardon and to
I'oUeo Court Items.
Saturday, December 19th.
p One drunk paid $6 for tapping the
Keanu fk) and I, Kanaka (w),
charged with adultery; Keanu fined
$30 and $t costs; Kttnka fined $15
and $1 costs.
Chas. Hall, charged with disorderly
conduct; reprimanded and discharged.
Geo. Vogt, charged with assault and
battery; fined $6 and $1 costs.
. Vro II0110 l'ubllco.
Go lo 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, candles, cigars, and the biggest
stock of Island curious to be lound in
rilEStl MJA'OM JPII1S
Daily, from and after date at
Mellkr & Haluu's, Confectionery.
FltESU CltKAU VA1CJCH ,C UCLA I US
Daily, from and after date at
M2LLER & Halue's Confectionery.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1885.
Vessels Expected Irom forelxn Potti.
UosioN.Am. bk Jas. S. Stone llaistow
To sail Dec. 1-5, C. llrcwcr . Co.,
Central America, Am. bk. D. C. Murray
.... Mudgctt. Now due. Agents.
GLASGOW, llrit. bk NatUNA
To sail Nov. 15.- F. A. gclncfer & Co
Honokono, Drlt. bkine Mount Leranon..
Nelson. Loading Oct 13. Aginf,
Hongkong. Haw. brig Allie Kowe
Holland, Due Jan, 15-20.
Jaluit, Haw. schr Jennie Walker
Anderson, now Due. Pacific Navigation
Liverpool, Htit.bk Ciiilena Davlcs
Due Jan. 15-20. T. II, Davits & Co.
Liverpool, Iltlt. ship Stirlingshire.. Alexander,
ivia Madeira.) Due March 25-30.
G. V. Macfarlane & Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Brit, bk Lady
New Casile,N. S ,W. Brit, bk Lady
SON Marston, due Feb 10-15,
Brewer & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Am bk HtsrER....
Ryder. Due Dec. Aeents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk
to sail Nov. 15. Wilder & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk Virginia
to sail about Noy. 15. Wilder St Co.,
New Castle, N. S. W. ship Dionysus....
Jones, to sail about Dec. 1. Agents.
New Vork, Nor. bk Lovsprino
Thomson. Over due. Castle & Cooke.
Port blakei.y, Am. bktne Amelia
NfcwhaU Due Jan. 1-5. Allen & Robinson.
San Francisco, Am. tern W. S. Bowne....
Paul, 16 sail Dec. 10. F. A. Schaeler &
San FRANcisco.'Am. S. S. Mariposa
Hayword, Due Dec 26, W. G. Irwin &
Sydney, Brit. S, S. Mararoa
Due Dec. 19, W. G. Irwin & Co. Agents.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Bktne J. D. Spreckels Fries.
Bktne Klikitat , Cutler.
Bk C R Bishop Wolters
Bk Victoria Cross Robinson
Bk Lizzie Iredali: Iiedale
Bk Elsinore lenks
Bkine Mary Winkellv. L".ckus
Tern Eva Wikman
Bk T R Foster Rugg
Am bk. Caibarien Hubbard.
Bktne Eureka Lee.
Saturday, Dec. 19
Stmr Likelike from Maui
Stmr C R Bishop from Kauai, and Waialua.
Stmr Jas I Dowsett, from Molokai.
Stmr Mokolii, from Molokai.
Sunday, December 20
'itmr Kinau, from Maui and Hawaii.
Stmr Planter, from Kauai.
Bktne Eureka from San Francisco.
Schr Manuokawai, from Koolau.
Saturday, Dec. 19 v
Stmr James Makee, for Kapaa, Kauai.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, for Hamakua.
Ugtne Consuclo, (or San Prancisco.
Schr Nettie Merrill, for Lahaina.
Schr Emma, (or Koolau.
Schr Kawallani, for Koolau.
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waimanalo.
vessels leaving tuts day.
Stmr J I Dowsett, for Molokai.
Stmr Likelike, for Maui.
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai.
Schr Liholiho, for K&ual.
Schr Mary Fosters, for Knuai.
Schr Leah I, for Hanalei.
Schr Kulamanu, for Hamakua.
Schr Waiehu, for Kauai.
Schr Mille Morris, for Molokai.
Sch Manuokawai, for Koolau.
From Waialua, Waianae and Kauai, Pff
steamer C R Bishop Saturday: Dec. 10. H
A. Widdemanu, Mrs. W. H -Aldrich and servant,
Miss Mary Hooleia, Mrs. A. C. Deleany,
Miss Annie Pelekani and 19 deck.
From Maui per steamer Likelike, Satunhy
Dec. 19. W Hutchinson, L Von Tempsky,
Col Sam Norrls, MUs E M Smith, W Dunn,
II Hedger, S M Damon, Mrs Mihi, 2
Chinese, 2 prisoners, and 60 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii per steamer Kinav,
Sunday, Dec. 20. Capt W Goodman, W
M Lee, A F Strasburger, F Hatr'uon, J
W Kalua, Wong Quai, C B Corp, W 11
Cornwell & Son, Mrs M A Dean, Mrs J 11
Hare, Miss Amy Wodehouse, Mrs Howland
& 3 child, Mrs S Macy & child, J Sheldon
wife & 3 child, and 75 deck.
From Kauai per steamer Planter, Sunday,
Dec. 20. C Bertclman wife & 4 child, W H
Rice, H II Wilcox, J Ward, John D Frarer,
Dr Bull. Mrs Ilulbcrt. Cant I Ross. S Ma-
cauley, W E Rowell, V Meier, D
3 Chinese and 55 deck.
From San Francisco per barkentine Eureka.
Sunday, Dec. 20. Dr Brandt.
Arrived at Illlo, per schooner Emma
Claudina, Wednesday, Dec. 16. Mrs and
Miss Kimball, Mr I'ol$om wife and 3 child,
and Mrs Jackson,
ft or ki.
The brigantine Consuelo sailed for San Fran
Cisco, on Saturday afternoon, taking 0,536
bags sugar, and. 1,064 bags nee.
The steamer Kjnau brought 1,948 bags
sugar, 70 hides, 210 goats skins, 1 00 pkgs
sundries and I mill roller.
Arrived at Hilo, Hawaii, Dec, i6th,
schooner Emma Claudina, Capt Wm. Matson,
14 days from San Francisco.
Foreign vessels now at Hilo r Bark C. O.
Whitmore, brigantine Hazard, schooner Emma
The steamer Likelike brought 38 bags
sugar, 140 bags corn, and 59 bags potatoes,
from Maul. She reports rough weather in the
channel on Friday night.
The steamer C. R. Bishop brought 1.016
bags sugar, and 3,736 bags paddy. SI e re.
ports rough weather at Kauai.
The bark C. R. Bishop received sugar from
the schooner Mary Foster, on Saturday,
The barkentine Mary Winkelman received
sugar from the schooner Liholiho on
The steamer Planter brought 361 bags
sugar, 36 bags rice, and 140 green hides from
The schooner Manuokawai brought 50 bags
sugar from Koolau,
The barkentine Eureka, Capt. Lee, arrived
yesterday morning, 14 days from San Fran
cisco, She reports strong N. W, winds most
of the passage. She received a new main
mast in Sai) Francisco.
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N. 8iFORT STREET, HONOLULU, II. I .
Has just received per Steamer "St. Paul" a Splendid Assorlnient 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 and Saucers, Whisk Broom
k A Holders. Silver Plated Ware, Etc., Etc.,
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DID YOU SAY?
No Christinas Dinner is complete without
the celebrated ELITE ICE CREAM, made
from pure Woodlawn Dairy Cream. Go and
surprise v,our folks; 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-Bon Boxes
just the thing for a Christmas pres:nt.
Our Macaroons, Lady Fingers, French
Kisses, Jelly Cakes, Coijo, Bills, and many
other Fancy Cakes, are the favorite with all
the ladies of Honolulu. - " - .
tzr Ring up 11:11 Telephone No. 182,
Mutual No, 338.
13- The Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street, are open daily until II r, M. ai iy
O. Z. MILLER.
GENERAL" BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A, Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business fur
the residents of the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Agent.
I do not conline myself alone to the Business
Houses, hut 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
General Business, viz : Adjusting and Collecting
Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buvlng
nnd Renting Real Estate and Personal Property,
tir All Legal Documents will he carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr, J. A. Magoon.
I will attend to all matters entrusted in m)
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