"Will lo for fmlo T)rtilv nt tlio
J. M. OAT, Jr. k Co , . Merchant street
T.O.TIIKUM Fort street
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS. Hotel slreect
Five Cent jioi Copi,
to-morrow, and turkey 0,
"Nolle" is Retting ready for Christmas.
The Mariposa is due Saturday.
Look out for Lucas whistle, "A la
. Large crowds were on the streets
last evening, making purchases for
All the dressmakers in town arc busy
trying to fulfill a thousand promises by
Another Christmas treat is an-the
nmincfd for children in Fowler's
A drifting boat, without oars, was
found on the Waikiki beach day before
The Government building and all
other public offices will be closed
during Christmas Day.
If your neighbor has despitefully
used you, put a tin horn in his little
boy's Christmas stocking.
The evening famous in history and
song will be ushered in with the twilight.
Hang up your stockings, girls 1
Fort street was alive with shoppers
yesterday, and the gay clerks wore a
silk-velvet smile in consequence.
Owing to Christmas falling on Friday,
the steamer IV. G. Hall will not
sail until Saturday, at three o'clock.
One of the Myrtle boys informs us
that three new shells are expected by
' i Mariposa, which is due
Emma street had the mishap of a
runaway yesterday. A dished wheel
andia frightened native driver were the
The Royal party is feasting and
dancing on the other islands the plebeians
are raking together taxes to pay
for the Royal spoit.
Two little native boys turned Fort-
street, near Merchant, into a private
dressing room yesterday afternoon,
by disrobing on the sidewalk.
The Postofficc will ship a mail to
the Coast by the . D. Sprtekels,
which sails at twelve o'clock to-day.
The mail will close at half-past eleven
The Christmas sale last evening at
Lyons & Cohens, was attended by a
large crowd. After the sale the purchasers
dispersed, well pleased with
The milkmen who come into town
early in the morning ought to be
special policemen; if anybody doubts
the propriety of such a move, let them
question the milk men.
Yesterday morning the street-sprinkler
slipped in some of its own
slush on Fort street, and dislocated its
tongue while trying to complain of the
nuisance to the driver.
The five-mile skating race between
Mullen and Hartman, for the championship
of the Islands, takes place 'on
Saturday evening at eight o'clock at
the Central Park skating rink.
Mr. J. E. Wiseman has gotten out a
neat Christmas card with his "phot,o"
on the back of it. The picture looks
just like Joe does when he hands you
one of those little business notes.
The Royal Hawaiian band will give
rrChristmas'conccrt at Emma Square
at three o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
A varied and interesting programme
will be published to-morrow morning.
Mr. 13erger says it is a good 'un.
At a meeting of the congregation of
the Bethel .Union . Church, held last
evening, the following gentlemen were
re-elected as trustees for the ensuing
three years : H. M. Whitneyt H. A.
Parmelce and B. V, Dillingham.
Mrs. Southwick's many friends will
be pleased'to learn that her severe and
sudden attack of sickness has taken a
fa orable turn and she was resting
quietly last night, although the doctor
does not as yet consider that she is
entirely out of danger.
A report comes from Halstead's
, mill, on the other side' of the island,
that a Chinaman fell oft" a cane wagon
at the plantation on last Monday, and
sustained a compound fracture of 'the
rinht arm. between the wrist and the
elbow. Proper medical attendance
was at once furnished, and the injured
man is now improving rapidly.
The "Independent" political meeting
held nt the Armory last evening
was poorly attended, those present
being mostly natives. The following
gentlemen delivered speeches : W. A.
Kinney, L. A. Thurston, J. M.
Aki, Hanaaumoe and Mr. II.
Waterhouse. The meeting adjourned
nbout half-past nine o'clock.
They say : that the American Board
of Missions has not indorsed the present
Administration 5 that the electric lamp
display the other night thrcwa great deal
of light upon a local question ; that the
whole city ought to De lighted ty an
electric tower or two j that the
is not as fast a vessel as the Ala'
mtda ; that the main streets, of Honolulu
ought to be turned over and used
on the other side : that the police arc
becoming ashamed of their "bosses j"
that a political catechism ought to be
introduced into the public schools of
Hawaii ; that the children are all becoming
enthusiastic over Christmas ;
that the Mexican line of steamships
has not fallen through ; that the
Oceanic steamers arc the only ones
that make it a rule to come into Honolulu
harbor on time ; that the next
rogue who runs for office will not get
there by, the tax-payers' votes j that the
maxim of honor among thieves does
not apply to politics ; that the King's
platform, as announced by him on the
other Islands, will not receive the
of the tax-payers that some
interesting races are being arranged for
Christmas week; that the politicians
will furnish the natives with free gin
during the holidays ; that the wars of
the red and white roses will be revived
in social circles ; that the question of
high and low church is liable to break
out in Honolulu at any time ; that the
latest anomaly in Honolulu is an
ofiicial growling about the condition of
the roads ; that the "hash" question is
being agitated in the restaurants of
Honolulu by the customers ; that the
Waikiki fire company is to be organized
soon ; that the people of this city need
public swimming baths near town ;
that the land sharks are eagerly watching
the inflow of taxes ; that the Gov
ernment creditors arc watching the
same thing ; that the best way of
spending Christmas is to call on your
friends ; that the afterglow docs not
appear because it has not been properly
advertised; that the "dead dog"
question will not be considered until
after the next election ; that the men
who bet against the Alameda in San
Francisco will go out and kick themselves
when the Mararoa reaches there ;
that the churches will hold interesting
Chris'tmas services ; and that the boys
and girls who live on Fort street have
decided to have a new year's party to
watch the old year out.
Pro Itono VubUca.
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 qf Island curious to be lound in
fjiksii MiNoit i'iaa
Daily, from and after date at
Meller & Halbe's, Confectionery.
FJtr.SU OJlISAJt GAKHS A F.rjLAIllS
Daily, from and after date at
Meller & Haltie's Confectionery.
Vessels Expected from foreign t?orti.
HosTON.Am. bk Jas; S. Sto.nk Ilarstow
To sail Dec. 1-5, C. llrewcr & Co.,
Central America, Am. bk. D, C. Murray
Mudgett. Now due.- Agents.
Glasgow, Ilrit. bk Natuna
To sail Nov. 15. F. A. Schacfer & Co
HoNOKo.sCi, Brit, bktnc Mount Lebanon-.
Nelson. Loading Oct 13. Agents.
Hongkong, Haw. brig Allie Rowe
Holland. Due Jan. 15-20.
Taluit. Haw. schr Tennik Walker
Anderson, now Due. Pacific Navigation
LiVBRi'OOL, Iliit. bk Ciiilena Davies
Due Jan. 15-20. T. II. Davies & Co.
Liverpool, Brit, shin Stirlingshire, .Alexander,
(via Madeira.) Due Match 25.30.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. Brit, bk L'ady
New Castle, N. S .W. Brit. Lamp-
EON Marston, due Feb 10-15, C.
Brewer & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk CoNrERANCE. . .
to sail Nov. 15. Wilder & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk Virginia
to sail nboul Nov. 15. Wilder & Co.,
New Castle, N. S. W. ship Dionysus.,.,
Jones, to sail about Dec. 1, Agents.
New York, Nor. bk LovSprino. . ;
Thomsen. Over due. Castle & Cooke.
Port dlakely, Am. bktnc Amelia
Newhall, Due Jan, 1-5. Allen & Robinson.
San Francisco, Am. tcrnW. S. Bownr....
Paul, to sail Dec. '10, F. A. Schacfer &
San FRANCiscoMm. S. S. Mariposa
Hayward, Due Dec 2G, W. G. Irwin &
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Itktne T. D, Spreckels Fries.
llktnc Klikitat. Cutler.
Ilk C K IllbHOl'.. . . .'. Wolters
Ilk Victoria Cross . . . . , , , Robinson
Ilk Li.ziis Iki'.dai.k ... Ircdalc
Hk Elsinore. . . . Jenks
'Uktnc Mary Winkelmai Hackus
Tern Eva. , .Wikman
Hk T R Foster , Rugg
Am bk. Caiuarien , Hubbard,
llKTNE EUKKKA Lee.
Am Iik. HrcspKit Kvdcr.
Am bk, D, C, Murray Mudgett.
Wednesday, Dec. 23
Stmr Iwalani, from Ilamakua
Stmr Waimanalo, from Walmanalo,
llarlc U CJ Murray, from Central America,
Schr Rob Roy, from Koolau.
Wednesday Dec, 23
Schr" Rob Roy, for Koolau,
rjcssiczs lkavino Tins iat,
Slmr Iwalani, for Ilamakua,
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waimanalo.
Dgtne J D Spreckels, for San Francisco.
Schr Caterina, for Ewa.
Schr Liholiho, for Hanalel Kauai,
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1885.
From Ilamakua, per steamer Iwalani, Wednesday,
Dec. 33. Mrs M D Cooke, Mr W
F Johnson, and l. deck.
The steamer Walmanato brought 500 bags
sugar from Waimanalo.
The schooner Llholiho received a cargo of
coal from the bark Ilcsper, which she will
take to Hanalcl, Kauai, to-day.
The schooner Rob Hoy brought 630 bags
sugar from Koolau.
The tern Eva received sugar from the
steamer W. G. Hall yesterday. ihc will
sail for San Francisco about the last of the
The btigantine J. D. Sprcckcls sails for
San Francisco at twelve o'clock to-day, taking
a full cargo of sugar.
The steamer Iwalani arrived yesterday
morning, bringing 1,532 bags sugar, 2 horses,
1 pig, and 40 packages sundries. She reports
very rough weather along the Ilamakua coast.
She left here a week ago last Friday; on
the following Sunday lost her foresail in n
heavy blow; could not land passengers at Ho-
nokaa until the following Wednesday, on
account of the weather; returning had fine
weather nil the way. She leaves at twelve
o'clock to-day, taking a boiler for Honokaa
plantation; returning she will bring a load of
sugar for the tern Eva,
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THE VICTORY OF ELECTRICITY.
Since Electricity has been applied for lighting
purposes, all efforts of inventors have
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domestic use. The reason why this problem
has till now not been solved, is that none of
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some central plapc, or bylatge machinery, instead
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DID YOU SAY?
No Christmas Dinner is complete without
the celebrated ELITE ICE CREAM, made
from pure Woodlawn Dairy Cream. Go and
surprise your folks j 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 Ilon-lion Boxes
just the thing for .1 Christmas present.
uur macaroons, iauy ringer;, rieucii
Kisses, Jelly Cakes, Coco Bails, and many
other Fancy Cakes, are the favorite wjth all
the ladies ol Honolulu.
tiTlting up Bell Telephone No. 182, or
Mutual No. 338. 'j
&r The Elite Ice Cream I'nrlots, 85 Hotel
street, are open daily until ill', M. 21 ly
O. JOT. TVJCIIILilQK,.
GENERAL 11USINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business for
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I do not confine myself alone to the Uusi-ness
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tsr All Legal Documents will be carefully
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