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TUESDAY, DEC. 7. 188G.
Stinr Iwalfthl for Lthnlnn, Mnalacn,
Kotiu nnil Kail at 10 u in
Stmr O It llUhop for Wnlauuc, Kllnucn
mid Kit pat nt noun
Stinr LlkellUc for Knliulul and way polls
tit 5 p in
rhinr JnniM Mnkec for ICttum at up m
Sclir Kniililiia for Kmml
Sclir llaleakiilu for l'cpcekco
Sclir Ehuknt for Wnlalua
Ilk Theolald for l'tiRct Sonml
Uktuo Klikttnl for I'ubhI Sound
For Miuil anil Hawaii, per steamer
'Kliiau. December 0 Her F.x Governess
Umlaut. Major tlio Hon John T linker,
Major W 1 Lnmalieilici, Ills Excellency
Alitono Rosa, Hon Paul Neumann, His
Honor Justice Pieston, Hon John I
Kaulukou, Right Rev l.oid lllsliop of
Honolulu. Q U Nakayainn, J O Uaiter,
V A Klnncv. tf Cielgliton. Jules 'Finer
nler, V L Wilcox, J Muirutie and wife.
W 8 Hanks, O A foil?, Ml K "Wight, J
Heluliaidt, Mr Hyinan, J Kalni, J K
Hanuna, J K Kaiilia and wife. J Kua,
Miss N lliois, Miss Alcnul. A Petrul, O
G Curtis, Miss M. Healey. and about ICO
For Lahalna, Maalaea, Konu and
Kan, per steiuncr Iwalunl, Dec 7 Mrs
Deverlll, II chlldien and servant, Mr
Emerson, J 11 Trails, His Ex Governor
Baker and wife, Mr Maxwell, II F
Glade, Mr Gonsalvcs, Mr Jus Campbell
mid servant and about 100 deck.
The barkentlne Geo C Perkins will
soon bo ready to sail for tan Fianclsco
with sugar. '
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
Ger bark Pacific, Oltiuan
Hi it. bk W II Watson, Lawrence
ilktne Kllkitat, Cutler
Jlktno G C Pel kins, Ackernian
aiktuc 31ary Winkelinan, Backers
Bk J 11 Bowcis, J II Plum
Haw sclir General Seigel, from Fieneh
Frigate Shoals, duu Nov aO-'.SO.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
December 1-15. ,
Gerniun bail; Heieulcs, Schaefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October 0th, due
February 20 28.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovcll,
from Faunlng's Island, due December
Haw schooiicr Malolo, J B Holland,
frjm Maniliiki, via Faunlng's Island,
due December 13-31.
American bark Sarnuae, from New
York, sailed July 13th, due here Nov. 18
30. to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M. Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brew ur & Co.
Hrit bark Glengabcr, llolleston, from
Liverpool, due licie, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Britvbark Martha. Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept!), duo lcre Jau 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson. Marstou,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am blrtne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Pore Blafeely, duo hero Dec 13th, to
CaBtle ivj Cooke,
LOCAL & CEtlEHAl NEWS.
The roof of the Chinese Club House
King street, is being put on.
Jin, Wieke is very ill, mmering
from a cancer in the btoniach.
The Rovnl Hawaiian Band will
,play lit Kakanko to-morrow after
noon, from 3 to 5 o'clock.
r. K. Kauimavaole has been ap
pointed an agent to tako acknow
ledgments to labor contracts, for the
District of liana, Maui.
Mb. W. ri. Iuco held a reception
nt his headquarters, on Merchant
street, this afternoon, and was visited
by ;i large proportion of the town.
Messhb, Howe nnd Saunders will
play this evening at C. J. McCaithy's
billiard saloon. Tho game is to be
150 points, three balls, for u purso of
Mr. Cartons, assistant purveyor at
the Queen's Hospital, is at present
an invalid. Ho is vibited daily by
his medical, and also his spiritual
"Music hath chmms" and the
music-loving poitiou of our readers
may reap a harvest of melody, both
vocal and instrumental, at Punahou
'Collogo this evening.
This afternoon a tiiplo effect was
shipped on boiud thosteaniorC.il.
Bishop for the Kiluuea Sugar Co.,
Kauai. It will bu put in working
order in lime for the coining crop.
Mr. E. W, Purvis, ex-Vice Cham
berlain to His Majesty, has accoptcd
tho office of book-keeper at tho Koloa
Sugar Co., Kauai, mid proceeds at
.once- to tho futuio scene of his labors.
An aged native woman who was
married to a Poitugueso, and who
obtained a livelihood by lotting cot
tages on Eirimn Mieut, died last
night and was huiied this morning.
Irany individual has
i nnd tho water notice,
been running in tho
several days, ho will
interest by conecting
servo his own
, i i n i
Mb, .las. Williams now has some
excellent views of Waiplo Valley,
hitoly taken, by Mr. Theo. Sever....
Theiu views embrace some of tho
most magnificent sights to ho seen
on tlio islands.
. . --
Tun Messrs. Giustin Bios., after
speeding ,i week's vacation 1IoJl
lulu, will leturn to Kauai hytho
steamer C. It. Bishop to-duy, and thoro
resume their arduous duties (in sugar
planters to the Kiluuea Sugar Com
pany. Seveuai, South Hen Islanders, who
after working for tltico years on Koloa
jjlantatiou, und having spent all their
earnings iu gin, rc-shipped, this time
to Electa plantation, for which placo
they Bailed, on tho schooner Kaulilim
Tin: lion. C. Preston, uucoinpnnicd
by Attornoy-Gcncinl Rosa, proceeded
to Liiliaiim, Maui, yesterday per S. S.
Kinati for tho purpose of holding tho
Second Judicial Circuit Court. Tho
lion. Paul Neumann, and Mcpfis.
Kinney ami Crcighloii will leprcscnt
the Unt on this occasion.
Tin: Panorama of Kilnuru was on
exhibition this afternoon, upslniis in
tho Reaver Hlock, next door to Gon;
znlvee & Co. The exhibition opened
nt 1 J'. M. and remained open until !.
It will bo open again this evening
from 7 to 10. The pictino is xciy
loaliplic, u ml well worth seeing.
At a stated meeting of Hawaiian
Lodgo No. 21, F. and A. M., held at
its hull last evening, the following
olnoors wore elected to serve for tho
ensuing Masonic year: J. XVI Mon
Riirrnl, W. M. ; W. M. Graham, S. W. ;
E. 1). Tenncy.J. W.; W. IM.Gillard,
Treasurer j T. C. Porter, Secretary.
Tin: Hon. W. C. Parke and Mr.
M. P. Robinson, members of the Ex
ecutive Committee of the Queen's
Hospital, paid the usual monthly
visit to that institution this morning.
After making tho customary inspec
tion, accompanied by the Purveyor,
Mr. Eckardt, they retired. They
were well pleased with the present
conduct of afl'airs in the Hospital
and cxpiessed their sinceio applica
I say, Bulletin, said n ninn stand
ing on tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s wharf, this
morning, if nil tho lumber and coal
vessels that come hero could dis
charge on the Ewa side of the bay ;
if all these coal nnd lumber piles on
the E&plunado were removed, and
warehoused built on thegiound; if
the loads were good all the year
lound; if money was plentiful and
no need of working, wouldn't this he
a Hue country V Bullkhx No dobt
IMPORTANT SALE OF GARRIACES,
HORSES, AND HARNESS.
To-morrow nt noon, a rare oppor
tunity will be offered to the public
of obtaining a complete turn-out at
the salesroom of Messrs. 15. P.
Adams & Co. A reference to their
atlveitisement, to be found in
another column, will furnish full
particulars. The demand for Cali
fornia brakes is on the increase and
here is a chance to satisfy tho-most
fastidious at most i idieulously low
figures. In fact, Queen street will
on this occasion, present an appear
ance icmi tiding one of a sale at
Only a few years ago (1881) Mr.
J. M. Monsarrat was initiated into
the Secrets and Mysteries of ancient
Freemasonry, the principles of which
are a "peculiar system of morality,
veiled in allegory, and illustrated
by symbols." Last evening, Mr.
Monsarrat was elected Master o,f the
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A.
M., and will on St. John's Bay be
duly installed intoollice.
HARDSHIP AND HONESTY.
A case of peculiar hardship, com
bined with honesty, about as follows,
has been reported to this office:
A Portuguese, family, consisting of
husband, wife, and some children,
recently came from one of the other
islands to Honolulu; in order that
the husband, who was a very sick
man, mighthave the benefit of me
dical treatment. On arriving hero
the man was in a 'weak condition,
and consulted a physician. The
consultation fee and medicine
amounted to $2.00, which the pa
tient had not the means to pay, and
said so, at the same time stating
that he would liquidate the bill as
spon as able. This was satisfactory
to the physician; bub not to the
wife of the patient, who was so
anxious to discharge the liability,
that she went at once and procured
the amount by selling a portion of
her husband's clothing, and witli
the proceeds thereof paid the bill.
In October last year Mr. F. .B.
Aiierb'ach resigned from the posi
tion of hook keeper to the Kiluuea
Sugar Co., Kauai. lie was succeed
ed by Mr. Hay, who after seven
months service, retired in favor of
Mr. C. C. Webb. Mr. Webb has
now resigned, nnd his place will ho
supplied by tho Hist named gentle
man,Mr. F. B. Auerbach. During
tho interim, Mr. Auerbach lins filled
the offices of bookkeeper to Mr.
Lewis J. Levey, Auctioneer, and
Mr. J. If, Soper, newsdealer. Ho
is pleased to tako up his former
post, and the feeling is reciprocal on
the pint of the plantation manager,
Mr. R. A. Maclle, Jr., who knows
and appreciates the value of an able
Kohala need not he in any pilikia
for want of the ardent, if it is truo, as
commonly reported, that nearly a
hundred Chinamen nro engaged in
the mpuutaiu districts in Hint vicin
ity in tho manufacture of "ciooked
whiskey." After the article is
ready to he put upon t.o market, it
is floated In demijohns, through a
flumo down to the lands below,
where a judiciously appointed sot of
"pals" take charge of it, and send
it off, on its mission through tho
DID you cyerV No, I never tasted
t eitcr lee Cream than at ihe Klitk 1
Their Icu Creun. iu really delicious, and
such a nice cozy placo they hY0 1 85
SUPREME COURT AT GHAMDERS
Mondat, December Gth.
John D. Sprcekels & Brother vs.
George W. Macfarlnne. Bill in
equity, praying for the foreclosure
of a mortgagee, with interest,
amounting to $17,377 77. An in
junclion'had been issued on the 20th
November prohibiting the defendant
from disponing of the mortgaged
propei ty, December 7th being ap
pointed ns ret ii i n day. The demands
of the plaintiffs are now withdrawn
by conveyance of the mortgaged
piemises. Messrs. John T. Daie
nnd F. M. Hatch for plaintiffs.
Tuesday, Dee. 7th
llCKOItl'. .11)1)1), c. a.
In the mnttcr of the bankruptcy
of Thomas Jv. Clark. Petition for
discharge, by petitioner's attorney,
Hon. Cecil Brown. It was ordered
the discharge he granted on peti
tioner subscribing to the utatutory
oath, when he again returns to this
CAPTAIN CUTLER TALKS.
The folnwing notes are gleaned
from an interview with Captain Cut
ler, of the barkentinc Klikitat.
Said the Captain, we left this
port some hours ahead of the Mary
Winkclman, not long ago, and after
traveling a distance to leeward, we
entered a calm. Towards evening,
the Mary Winkclman hove in sight.
She came down on us with a spank
ing breeze. Her sail3 were trimmed
for the wind, and when wo got it we
shot nhcad like a kite, and the next
morning the Mnry Winkelinan was
astern, a mere speck on the hotizon.
We had' a brush with the Amelia, on
our last trip, bho left ahead of us,
but wo overhauled her on the second
day out. We weie close together
for some time, so near that Captain
Newhall got out an empty sugar
barrel, with no head, for a fender.
No fenders weie needed, however,
as we did not bump. What sur
prised me most was, that the Kliki
tat being light, held the wind so
nicely. The Amelia being loaded,
laid very close to tho wind. In a
heavy wind we can walk away from
the Amelia, hut with a light brcez6
we get left. During the last trip of
the Klikitat going up, she made be
tween 215 and .100 miles a day, and
you can say what you will about the
Consuelo, V. G. Irwin, Discovery,
Mary Winkelinan, and other clip-
pers, but in rough
strong A'inds, give me
The Honolulu Police Court pro
ceedings do not represent, by many,
all the cases of arrest that aie
hi ought to tho Police Station. In
stances are numerous in which the
Marshal, Deputy-Marshal, or Station
keeper exercises wise discretion in
dismissing persons arrested, not
finding sufficient cause to lock them
up for trial. A case that occurred
labt Saturday evening is cited as a
sample : A j'oung, thick set native,
apparently from 18 to 20 j-ears old,
and four Chinamen were brought to
the Station-House by a policeman,
who explained that the Chinamen
"hauled in" on tho native because he
was "rubbing them down" with his
hands rather roughly, the evidences
of which rubbing were distinctly
visible in the' faces of two of them,
and he (the policeman) took them
all in charge for disturbing the peace
of the streets. The native admitted
the truth of the accusation, but
pleaded in justification that the
Chinamen were "poking fun" at
him, and would not let him alone,
and he considered it his duty to
teach them manners, which he was
engaged in doing when arrested.
One of the Celestials was candid
enough to confess they were in the
wrong, although it was meant for
play, and deserved all they goL
Whereupon the whole caboodle were
dismissed with a caution. The same
evening another native was "run in"
from another quatter, followed by a
Chinaman, who was his accuser. As
soon as the arrested man appeared
under the Station-House light, his
accuser looked him in tho face, and
said, "He no right man ; me mis
take." ' He, too, was set at liberty.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this even
ing commencing nt 7:30. The
following is the programme:
Overtiiic All Iu Murk Pedrottl
Waltz Com tball Fahihnch
Selection Harbor of Seville. . . .Rossini
Ma. ch Fifty Veins Ago Beiger
Finnic Victor Pit-any Perl
Walt -Gnspnronno Milloskor
Gavotte W elcome Kluas
Polka Milluuy Waldteufel
SETS of Jublleo Photni.yiilm, cm
bracing all tlio noinblu mcium of
ihu fcMivltiuH, euu bo obtained a1. Wll.
1 lams PliolojM-apl lo Gallery. 10
MCCARTHY lll,B "omo',La Novotlud."
rpELEPHONE for Ice Cream!
1 Jl.miiil Co. 1U8; Hell Co. IBS. 85
CANDIES 1 Inirorted, lino and
swim, jou'll find ill tlio Eutk. 85
CHRISTMAS ami New Year Curd.,
nil nun mul of tlio viny latent do
Hirm, liaviiiu' bio" dutifully M-ltciid by
lurned JVm ihe Const. Jul
King lito,' An Store,
1")r. Flint's Hi:aht JIkmrdy
Knoeltlo for all forms of Heart Dlh-
e.ieo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Deserljitivo book
with every bottle, llenson Smith &
Co,, Agents, , 3G4
W Wbwtifl BBtawyun
LiDfiY ANNOUNCEMENT !
"We have received during the lust few weeks nmty-three
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. Tt 1mh taken
Home lime to unpack and arrange them. "We are now pre
pared to have the public inspect this new stock of Novelties.
We carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United States, and we unhesitatingly claim this to he
the largest, finest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND ART GOODS
Ever shown in Honolulu. These goods were bought for
cash, so they can be sold for about one half the former
CALL AND BE CONVINCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artotypes,
Photographs, Water Colors, Pastel Crayon IJmntings,
Photo Albums, Glace Photo Panels, Gold Frames,
Plush Frames, Mirrors, Silverware, Brass Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, Bouquet Tables,
Bronze Frames, Ebony Brackets,
Medallion Photographs, Autograph Albums,
Iloliday Souvenirs, Graphoscopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent importains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which we are prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KING BROS." ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets.
Cake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Ornamenter in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to make Holiday
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock ; the largest ever shown in Hono
lulu, consisting of many thousand pounds of both plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christmas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in HOPE'S well
known style which defies imitation.
Of all known Variety on Hand and also Made to Order.
CANDIED PINEAPPLE, FRUIT GLACES,
All of these in the greatest variety of goods ever shown in
Honolulu. IIOKN" will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced,
STEAM MADE! ICE CREAM.
At 83.00 for one, and 85.00 for two Gallons. Miulo from Itich Kgg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Ktareli or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specialty exactly, but aro made now as before of superior quality
and richness of llavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-three ycurs' reputation, not yet excelled iu
Paotory, Store and lea Cream
Between Fort & Nuuanu.
Candy Fact y
Parlor; No. 71 Hotol Street,
- Both Telephones No. 74-
1 HflPl I
1 UWA Lt
We hereby inform the general Public that our
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies9
Underwear, etc., etc., must be closed out
by the First of January.
Goods Sold lO per cent. Less than Cos
up to that time Onlyl
DO NOT LOSE YOUR CHANCE !
EVEllY ARTICLE SOLD FOP. CASH ONLY I
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.IUST BKCKlVtU, TI1K FINEST LINKS OF
Castom-iMc Cloilii, Gents' FinisMiii Goods,
HA'IS, GAPo, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by it'iicated and hclIu1 icqucsl, a minll iinoico of i linept linnil-niade,
iVIost Durable Cents' Shoes
OlilnnviliU' In lliu
Rl ABB n
Htfl His IHS
Now have on liand a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OF ITXJIfcWIrJ?TJIfc333
In all lines. Latent Styles Xnias Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM GAHDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectionor,
Pastry Cook und linker.
71 Hold .St. "&tttS' Tcloilione 74
WENNER & CO.
NO. 03 Xi'OlVX' tt-jroiaiaT.
CoriBlnntlv on liund a luruu nssurlmiul
of every description of Jewelry, Wnu lies,
Gold und Silver I'luted Wure. Ac.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and OH Hotel ctmsl.
Frtsh Groceries and Provisions recolvcd
by every Steamer.
P.O. llo. l:J0, i:ull'Jcepl.onu No.
HID Mutual TcRidione No. 1'Jl.
The White House,
No. 11H 'Niiuiiiiil Hti'tMJt,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terum llensiiu.
utile; Firtti-rl'iM Atcoiiiniouuii"in-,
M. V.PANI)BP8, Proprietor.
9 M wr Efl H dfr ID W I 1 1
IB ! M w PI M EH VC H n M U
Opposite Irwin & Cc'3
Will lie open cton mternoim and o env
in fi i follows;
Monday, TiiuMluy, MVtliirHtloy And
To tint imltlir In i,'fin'riil.
For 1 '" ifl'tiilcineu.
Muturituy Ann iiomm.
For ladies, eenthnieu tun J-ldldrea.
J.essons in F.JHU) SSti ting.
Friday nnd Niiurilay i:cnlngt.
WILLIAM tt'AM., Manager.
TIIOSK fVFUY DFRIRA.
Avinttc Dwt'lllnir connilni
8 roomi uiiy bun-iiunt under alt; kilch
en, piuiry, Imtlirrom und tcrvnnt's room
Utaclud, cniriftue liniiko, Hnble, .fowl
house; nil oeuvriiitnlly arranged; quiet
luiiltlif'l lc'tii; neat eromuls, fruit
tree, Ten minutes' walk from Post
Olllr". Kuqulre nd'uluii a I'nm'fii of
73 tf J. II. WOOD. .
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