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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 0, 1885. ARRIVALS. December li Sl mr Iwalani from HaiiiaUua Sclir Mauuoktiwni fiom Koolau Sclir Kavtiillani fioni Kool.itt Sehr Sarah te Eliza from Kuolttu DEPARTURES. December II Sclir Leahl for lltiualel Sehr Ibilcakahi Tor IVpr-okcii VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Sclir Miuuiitkiiunl for JCoolnii Sohr Knwulliinl for Koolau Sclir Sarah & Kllzu for Koolau VESSELS IN PORT. Ilk Victoria Oros HobeiNoii Hgttio Co'isuclo. Cousins Ilk 'I'll Footer, Itugg Hk UNiiion. .Jpnks Torn Eva, AVIeknmn Bktne Mary AVInkclumu, Backus Bkl.l.zie lrwia'o, Iicdulc Uk O K Bihop, AVallor ""rasmmgersT" For Windward Poits, per stmr Kl nau, Deo S -His Majesty the King and 12 servants llor Majesty Queen knpio lniii, 11 It II Piineoss Lllluoknhinl, II U II Princess Poomulkelaiil, Goveinoof Hawaii, lion SG- AVIlder, Hon ,TA Oiun inins, Col U 11 Jiulil, Hon A S Cleghorn, AV P Luniaheihel and wife, Hon Sain Parker, Miss 11 Smithies. O O Borgor, Mi! Sophia Sheldon, Mrs Walker and 2 elilldicii, .1 Onderkirk, Miss G AVual, Miss T Waal, Mrs Mary Knhai, G O Nsikayani.a, Capt G E G .Jackson, G It Ewiut.KMOverend, W M Lee, A F Strassbcrgcr. Kinio Pake, Miss Elba Kenhilolopali, Miss Daniels, Mrs Moore and 200 dock. For Kauai, per stmr Planter, Dec S O Foster, Mr It C Spalding and on, L AV.elbkc, Mrs E D Knight, Mr Moore, and 50 deck. From llamakua, )er stmr Iwalani, Dee !) J Condon. Dr Grcenlleld, wife and children and 21 deck. SHIPPING NOTES. Stmr Iwalani arrived this morning with l,0S:t bags of sugar fiom llamakua. She sails on Friday next at t pm. Sehr Manuoktiwiii brought 730 bags of vice, and 230 bags of paddy from Koo lau. She sails to-morrow. The baik EKinoic, Capt Jcnks, ar 1 ived yesterday -with 000 tons of coal from Neweastlc,NSAV, for Messrs Allen & Robinson. The sehr Eva, Capt J O AViekmnn, ni lived yesterday 30 days from Hum boldt Bay. She brought 137,077 ft of sm faced and rustic lumber, :t,0G!) ft of rough and clear lumber, 0,020 ft of siding lumber, 1,030 ft of rough mer chantable lumber, 25,000 shingles, and 23 bxs of apples. She is consigned to AVildcr & Co. She had mostly S AV winds and calms. Several times she encountered heavy gales and large seas that swept the decks of the vessel. She sighted Hawaii on the 1st iust, hence had heavy winds, rain and strong cur rents from the cast. BIRTH. In this ciiy, Dec. 0th. V. E. Herriek, a son. to the wife of LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Dr. John Brodie goes to rusticate a few days on his ranch at Waialua. " The Bethel congregation will have a "Review of Missions" at their meeting this'evening. Do rnot fail to peruse the large lot of new advertisements in to-day's issue, as the whole news cannot be gained otherwise. Eev. Geo. Wallace will deliver a brief lecture at the weekly devo tional meeting in St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening. The rainfall on Sunday last was about one-half inch, and the lowest that the mercury has been observed during the past few days is 59 . ) A public meeting is called for this evening, at the Armory, by leading native supporters of the Govern ment. It will be the first boom in the election campaign. In the window of Messrs. Oats a huge Hawaiian banana from Mr. Dole's garden is displayed, and be side it a miniature pineapple from Mr. Nolte's garden. Both speci mens arc worthy of notice. Rev. E. C. Oggel last evening, at the house of Mr. L. C. Abies, per formed the marriage rite for Mr. J. II. Fisher, clerk in Bishop & Co. 's bank, and Miss Henrietta P. An drew, lately a teacher in the Royal School. Fjve fines were levied in the Police Court this morning for drunkenness, one with fire days added for disor derly conduct, two for interference with an olllcer were remanded for judgment, and Aulone Lipcmark was committed to the Insano Asylum. Tiikki: arc now fourteen students with their wives and children at the North Pacific Missionary Institute. They support themselves by their own labor while they are in training for their future woik as ministers of the gospel in these islands or in Micronesia. Ax Fort Street Church to-night the prayer meeting will have for its subject "Tho Covenant Duties of Church Members." The quarterly business meeting of the Church will be held at 8.30. A general invita tion is given, and all the members of the Church are urged to be present, Tun oillccn elected by Hawaiian Lodge of Masons at the regular communication hclt' ou Monday evening last, for the ensuing year, !Uo: Worshipful Master, J. M. Monsarrat ; Senior Warden, Andrew Brown; Junior Warden, John Phil lips; Secretary, AVilliam Johnson; Treasuicr, Malcolm Brown. In stallation will take place on the 27th. TiiiilNiikT. 11. Foster was just olf the entrance of the harbor, last evening, and had ample time to lx towed into the bay before dark. The (ug boat. kepi, up sk'uin and all hands walled for the pilot, who did not appeav. The T. It. Foster, after waiting until about dark, put to &ea and this morning bhu was five miles off Barber's Point, where the wind is very light and a strong current is said to be running. At the regular meeting of Geo. V. De Long Post, No. J.'), G. A. It., held last evening, the following otllecrs weie elected to serve during the coming year ; Post Commander, It. Ar. Laine ; Senior V. Com., S. McKeaguc ; Junior V. Com., Win. II. Place; Quarter Master, It. Jay Greene; Surgeon, Dr. J. S. Mc Grew; Chaplain, Thco. II. Bohme; Olllcer of the Day, V. V. Ashford ; Olllcer of the Guard, J. D. Conn ; Delegates to 19th Annual Conven tion Dopt. Cala., Geo. C. AVilliams, Jas. T. Noble; Alternates, AV. F. AVilliams, Louis Adlcr. Mn. Kaili, while overseeing a gang of prisoners on the Esplanade yesterday, picked up an odd-looking coin, that proved to be a copper Jl-kopek piece, of Catherine II. of Russia, struck in 1774 for Siberia. It has a numismatic value of from 1 to 1.25, if in lirst-rate condi tion. One side has a profile of that sovereign's head, and the other a heraldic shield supported by two sables. The coin is by no means a rare one, and the tinder made a mistake when, as alleged, he refused 15 for this specimen. BUSINESS ITEMS. New Christmas Cards for the mil lion at King Bros' Art Store. 104 3t Fr.r.sn Cream Cakes and Eilairs daily from and after date at Meller & lialbc's Confectionery. 177 Fkcsii Mince Pies daily from and after date at Meller & Halbe's Con fectionery. 177 Fou Sale Fresh Mince Pies daily at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery. Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams every day, 50cts. per pound, at ( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM 185 CANDY FACTORY AND tf BAKERY. Ladies ! Those elegant ladies, misses and children's realj Balbrig gan Hosiery are now open and ready for inspection. Ladies, whose orders had been forwarded for these line goods, will now please call and have their parcels delivered to them. 195 2w M. McInerny. At the matinee given at the Cri terion Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 25th, by the Princess of AVales' branch of the National Aid Society, the Honorary Secretary presented to her Royal Highness, on entering the royal box, and to the Princess who accompanied her, pretty bas kets, decorated vith cherry blos soms and the colors of the society, containing silver bottles of Cherry Blossom Perfume, as souvenirs of the occasion. The design engraven on each bottle was sketched for the society by her Royal Highness. A small bottle of the same was also presented to every lady present. Her Royal Highness has expressed her sincere thanks to Messrs. John Gosnell & Co. This most exquisite of perfumes is now on sale at the store of M. McInerny. 195 2w THE CATHEDRAL CHANGES. Our attention has been called to the inaccuracy of the information upon which our statement yesterday in regard to tho "Anglican Cathe dral" was compiled. AVe are in formed that the movement referred to has been simply an effort on the part of many of the members to place tho English-speaking congre gation in more direct relation with their minister, instead of being sub ject only to the general regulations of the Cathedral System. It has been arranged that this shall be carried out by tho organization of those members who so desire, into a special congregation under the charge of the Rev. Geo. AVallaeo, and the services will be held at the usual hours at the Cathedral, except that tho morning service will com mence at quarter-past eleven. No reference has been made in the negotiation to either "high" or "low" chinch practices. LAW LIBRARY IMPROVEMENTS. Tho Justiciary Department in tho Government building has just ef fected a very important improve ment. Tho law department of the general library has been removed to the room of the clerk of the court, Mr. William Ko3ter, and placed under his supervision. Four fine new double cases have been placed in the room, and are arranged so that the titles of all volumes on the shelves can be conveniently read. A placard on tin cud of each case specifics the class of works contained in il. Law Reports and standard authors of many of the Slates of llio Union occupy three of these eases, and the fourth contains Eng lislnvorks of similar import. An additional case in each of two corners of the room is appropriated to miscellaneous woiks having a collateral bearing upon law, and treating of the lives and works of some of the legal luminaries of his tory. Now tables are in course of construction for the accommodation of gentlemen of the wig and others who may wisli to consult authorities or make extracts. There is a spacious lobby adjoining, in which seating and table accommodation for a limited number of persons will be provided. Cigars and con versation will be permitted only in the lobby, these indulgences being taint in the Library Room. DEATH OF ANOTHER PIONEER MIS SIONARY. A telephone message from Ililo to Ilonokaa, Hawaii, and forwarded from that place to tho Post-ollicc in this city per steamer Iwalani, which arrived this morning, announces the death of Mrs. S. J'. Lyman of Ililo, widow of the late Rev. D. B. Lyman, and mother of Judge Lyman of Hilo and of Rufus A. Lyman of Paauhau. She died on Sunday evening, De cember Gth, and passed away very quietly while sleeping. She was just eighty years old, her birthday having occurred only on tho 29th of November ult. It will be remem bered that her husband died at a ripe old age, only a little over a year since, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman came out to these islands as mis sionaries of the "American Board," in the reinforcement which arrived here in 1832. They were stationed at Ililo, where they spent the rest of their lives, never having re moved to any other station, or left the islands for a visit home during the past fifty-two years. Of the large number of missionaries who composed the reinforcement of 1832, there are now only four survivors : Rev. Lorenzo L3rons at AVaimea, Hawaii, Mrs. U. S. Emerson at AVaialua on this island, Mrs. R. II. Hitchcock at Hilo, Hawaii, and Mrs. AV. P. Alexander at Haiku, Maui. " It is More Blessed to Give than to Receive." ALL Persons willing to contribute articles to a Christmas Box for the Leper Sclllementon Molokai, will please forward their gifts to Mr. Ilenry AVatcr house's store on Queen Street: Mrs. Jas. A. Hopper's, King Street, or Mrs. Lowers', Waikiki, before Saturday. 10th December. 90 9t Call and Sec for Youreelf ! n n ! , Now Ready and for Sale at JF. IIoi-ii'h Pioneer STEAI CANDY FACTORY AND BAKERY. 'J,Q03 Pounds of Plain and Fancy, Stiictly Pure, Confectionery, Of the mojt varied assortment, and guainntccd all mudo peisonully by IP. HORN, Practical Confectioner & Pastry Cook. DO 1 It & llnvc Iteiiioveu (o 109FortStreet, AVillinms' Hloclc. 051y NOTICE. I7ROM! and after this date Mr. O. K. J MILLER will attend to my sub 6crlptiou book agency. 03 tf William clark. niimTDi UnlM mamd MUSTER NOTICE, NY person or poisons found shoot. . In? on llin land or in tho Lnko of ir-1 .7.. ,-.,.. r- 1 t. Tulnn.l Jlll'IUIMIM, IVIlllim, llUUIIUIIIunu, joiuuu of Oalui, without written pel mission fioin the undersigned, will bo piosecnt ed to the full extent of the law. J. M. DOWSETT, ) E. . I. SPA Mil NO. V l.ctbces. A. .1. OARTWEIGHT. Jr. Honolulu. Den. !1, 1S35. lw Election of OUleer.s. AT the Annual Meeting or the Pan. kaa Sugar Co. held in tills city this day, the following otllecrs were elected foi the ensuing ycin InNA. AuvriN I'lcsldenl V. L. G iikun Vlre.l'ioMdonl 1'. C. .Ionics. ...Heciotniy and Trunin er 1. O. Cnni.it Auditor P.O. JONES, Secretary. Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1S85. 1S7 -lw Honolulu Carriage Go,, COKXKll KINO AND NtlllANU MS. Carriages can be obtained at the above Bland by tinging up Boll Telephono, -Mutual Telephono, No. 2E8. No. 237. Good Rigs and Careful Diivcis. 03 lw CONSIGNMENTS To be Sold Cheap, from Hazel Wood Farm ! Desiccated Plums, Raisins & Peaches, Natural Dried Fiuit. No Chemicals Used. Dried by Radiated Heat I J. T. AVATERIIOUSB, 92 2w Queen Street. CASTLE & COOKE, Life, Firo'& Marino Insur'co Agents. AOKNTS FOU The Xcw KiiRlnml MUTUAL LIFE INS. COMP'Y, of Boston. The iEtna Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. Tho Union Fire mid Marine Insurance Co., of Sin Fiancisco, Cain. 1U1 ly J. W. HINGLEY, Cigar Manufacturer, Formerly of the Pioneer Cigar Fac tory, has moved into the front part of the Ciybtul Soda AVoiks, where ho is picparcd to till all ordeis at the lowest wholesale prices. EST" Island orders promptly tilled. solicited and 100 ly NEW GOODS EX S. H. MAUIl'OSA.lJAT J. T. ttrlM 170 QUEEN STREET STORK, lm Crystal Soila forte, Manufacturers of Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Florida Lemonade, Aeinted AVaters of all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences. We Use Patent Stoppers in all our Boltles. AVe invito particular attention to our Patent Filter, lccently Introduced, by which all waters used In our maitufac. Hires is absolutely fiecd fiom all hn. purities. Wo deliver our Goods freo of charge to all pints of the city. AVe guarantee our Goods to bo the best in the iniiiket. Careful attention paid to lalutid Orders. Address The Crystal Soda Works, P, O. Box !!97, Honolulu. Hell Telephone : : 80H 3f titunl Telephone : XiO ' ?T Oidcrs loft with Benson, Smith & Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive prompt attention. AVe, also, are Agents for tho sale oi j. w uiBgioy s Celebrated Cigars, 188 of his own manufacture. 0m ses JOS. E. WISEMAN, General Business Agent. Campbell Ulo:lc, Real Estate Agent, Employment Agunl, AVlldei's Steamship Agent, Oieat Burlington Railroad Agent In America. O. X-v. NITX-iT-ilUX., UENKRAI, BUSINESS AGENT. 45 HBcL'clinni Ntrcet, Honolulu. In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Mngoon, will alt'jnd to all matters of business for the residents of the Hawaiian Islands who may need an Agent. I do not eon II ni; myself alono to tho Business House, but also to tho domes tic class who would wisli mo to attend to any mattei of business, especially to making ptuchasen cither in Honolulu or San Francisco, in any Hue of General Merchandise. To the Business Houses I will glvo inv careful attention in all matters per. tinning to General Business viz: Ad. justing and Collecting Accounts, Distri. button of Bills aiid'Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buying anil Renting Real Estate and Personal Property. 1ST All Legal Documents will be caiofully and neatly drawn up by Mr. J. A. Magoon. 1 will attend to nil mallei ts entrusted to my caiciuii careful, com Icons and neat manner, and with quick dispatch. Agent fur Kliukuei & Co. Red ltubber Stimps. Telephone ; P. O. Box 113. 181 ly NOTICE. Omen op tiik Hawaiian Br.u. ) Ti:Li:rnoNi: Co., Dec. 4, 1885, j NOTICE is hereby given that tho Telephones in the Court Houses of Ewa, AValanac, Waialua and Kancolio tire not available for the transaction of private business, or gcneial use, with out the special pctniission of the Mar slial of the Kingdom. Cases of real emergency alono excepted. GODFREY BROWN, Prcsid't II. B. Tel. Co. Dec. 4, 18S5. 01 lw SPECIAL SALE! AVe have received instructions to oiler ut Public Auction, On THURSDAY, Dec. 10th, At 12 o'clock, noon, at our Sales room, on a Ci edit to the Trade, SJr 13u.iicls IN UOND. E. P. ADAMS & CO., 03 4t Auctioneer. Avma-ia i3rcos.' Portland Cement AND FBRE BRBCKS ! FOR SALE BY H. Hackfeld & Co. 181 lm GEO. . STKATEMEYBB, ARTISTIC SIGNS A SPECIALTY. 78 King Street, Honolulu. 175 P. O. Box !110. ly IScnutil'y your IIoiiion for HAS & 1W YEAR'S ! Fine Wall Papers, Decorations & Ilordorx, etc. Jusl iccoived from New York and Boston by IL.IQAVI3KS &z COOKE. 185 lm it i" A Few Palis of tho above Famous IJreetl of Fowls Just received from San Francisco. Will bo bold at Low DPi-ioow ! Apply to M. AV. jIfOliKiiy Jto Son. J 181 If Housekeepers Take Notice. Frill Stove Coat Just received by the Martha Davis. C?" Send your oidors in early to in. sure a hiipply. Apply to O. BRKWER is CO., Queen Sticet. lttl lm Plymontli Bocks Honolulu, II. I. Custom Uoii3c Drokcr, Money Broker, Manager Hawaiian Opoia JLouse, Fire and Life Insurance Agent. (1J2 ly) NOTICI3. f I"MIE undersigned brg leave to inf( L the public that llicy have ope form pencil an olllee at ltoom i:t, Campbell 'n JUock, (Up Stairs), MERCHANT ST., Honolulu, ns General Business Agents, AVe mnko a Specialty of Book.kccp ing, Collecting, Custom-llousu Bioker. age and Shipping and Receiving Freights. AVe arc also prepared to take Inven tories of Bankrupt Stock nnywherc iu the Kingdom and guarantee accurate returns. AVe arc also prepared to fur nish Tourists with guides nnd give u-ll able information in regard to route of travel and places of interest on any of the Islands of the gioup. AVlth strict attention to business and prompt returns to those who mav in tiust their business tons, we solicit a share of patronage. EST" All Legal Documents drawn up by an experienced Lawyer. 105 0m NOBLE, HARE & CO. FEATHERS DYED, Cleaned and Curled, AT THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. 158 ly Light! Light! Light! Just Arrived, ev Maithn Davis, Downer's Kerosene Oil, Water White- Kerosene Oil. Standard Kerosene Oil, For Salo by J. T. WATERHOUSE. 180 IVOAV FAMILY FLOUR PATENT HOLLER FL0UE. MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE have iust received a consignment of just received a. consignment of no quality of Flour, nnd will sell this fine quality of Flour, nnd will sell in quantities to suit purchasers. 177 lm CMstiBis & New Year's PRESENTS. Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano & Co. beg to anuounco that they will hold their usual Christmas Sales of Fancy Uoods this year. ItS For particulars as to dates, etc., see future advertisements. 179 tf MANILA CIGARS A NEW LOT. Olioice A-i'ticle, FOR SALE BY 173 HJ. P. AdaiiiN &; Co. lm CHAS, HUSTACE Has just received Fresh Eastern Cranberries, Minco Meat In tubs and tins, Table Ralsius, Sultana Raisins, Currnnts, Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel; Almonds, AVulnuts, Prunes, Dried Peaches, Fresh Apples: Tins Lady Fingers, Oswego Cakes, Arrow-root Cakes, Honoy Cakcp, Ginger Snaps, Wino Crackers, assoited Crackers, Chocolate, Cocoa; Bacon, Dupeo Eaglo Brand llainsj CIiclfc, Laid, Jjj.bbls. Beef and I'oik, Kits Salmon, Tins Soused Mackerel, Lobbteis, Llttlo Neck Clams, Quahaugs, Boneless Cooked llaniR; Plum Pudding, Crosso & Uluukwull'a Pickles and Pie Fruit j Tfipuii nnd Comet '.Tern, AVhcnt, Oats, Brim, Corn, Barley, Onions; Mottled Soap, Star of lho Kitchen Soap; Kerosene Oil, Boston Dairy Salt, 101b. bags; Buckwheat Flour; Now Orleans Mo. Insses, Cal, Syrup, Mnplo Syrup; Family Flour, Gcnnea: Old Virginia Sweet & Sour Pickles; Olives, nnd a gcncriil iissortinent of Staple and Taney Groceries. C3r Goods delivered to all parts of tho City. Island orders will receive careful attention. Telephone 1 10. f , 1741m OHAB. UUSTACE, Klug 8t.,; m ."-Ji 4.. l4 'A J ' . VK - CH A i jtefeir- 'yiii its ' - ttfe4i ik t&L'