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BST" Paintings of Island Scenery
by Tavernicr, Furncaux, Strong,
BarnBflehl and other nitists always
on hand. King linos.,
Ait Store.
EQ?" Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order nt short notice, by
flrst-class workmen, from the largest
stock of mouldings in the Kingdom
at Kino linos.,
Art Store.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
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WEDNESDAY. DEC. 19, 1888.
ARRIVALS.
Dec 19
Stmr ( It Bishop from Kool.ui
Hk O D Bryant from tan Francisco
San Mateo fioin Hongkong
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A stork and ofliccs on Nuuanu
street are to lont.
Rooms in a quiet locality with
boaid are advertised for.
Watch for an advertisement about
Oystcis, from the Heaver Saloon, to
morrow. i
Tun moonlight concert at Thomas
Square last evening was fairly well
attended.
Messrs. Castle and Cooke aro dis
tributing very neat calendars for tho
year 1889.
WiiATmakes Wcnner & Co.'s stoio
such an attractive place? Why the
fine display of holiday goods.
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Tun Honolulu Arion Society will
hold its regular rehearsal this even
ing at tho usual time and place.
. a n
M. Goldberg's how advertisement
contains so much truth that eveiy
gentleman should not fail to read it.
A meeting of tho W. C. T. U. will
bo held Thursday afternoon nt the
parlors of tho Y. M. C. A. at 2 :30
o'clock.
Mr. Henry Edward Stokes has
been appointed Hawaiian Consul at
Newcastle, N. S. W., vice Mr. C. F.
Stokes, resigned.
A rvhh attendance of the choir of
tho second congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral is requested at re
hearsal this evening.
Tun steamer San Mateo will lcavo
for San Francisco, but when it is
impossible to say. Watch tho Post
Oilico Bullotin board.
Mr. .T. Smith, second assistant en
gineer on tho steamship Australia,
was united in inaniago Monday
evening, to Miss Bertha Singor, by
the Kov. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., at
his residence King street.
A wag says that it is foolish for of
ficial to cruise for opium in the har
bor, beCauso opium is so abundant
and cheap in tho country, that the
"trust" has decided to stop importa
tion for tho next six months.
Wells, Fargo & Co. sent thiough
their express by tho Zealandia 20
packages and $1328.53 in coin. By
tho Austialia 30 packages and $3,
000 in coin. Tho business of tho ex
press agency which is fast increasing
is at the oflico of G. W. Macfarlano.
A young lady was overheard to re
mark at tho band concert at Thomas
Square last evening, that it was a
shamo tho tiees aio trimmed ho close,
becauso it is impossible to find a
quiet corner whejo you will not bo
disturbed and staled at by passors
by, and especially as leap year is
nearly over.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles at
7:30.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of
7:30.
P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
7:30. ..
Services at the churches at
Honolulu Arion Society at
7:30.
7:30.
AUCTION SALES THIS EVENING.
BIT J. F. MORGAN.
At 7 o'clock, a large assortment
of fancy goods suitable for tho holi
day season.
PLEASED WITH THEM.
Mr. Pierre Jones sent sonio time
ago several views of tho islands
taken by J. A. Gonsalves, to Mr. E,
Pinches, Treasurer of tho lioyal
College of Preceptors, London,Eng
laud. By tho last mail Mr. Jones
received a letter acknowledging tho
views in tho following terms: "Ac
cept our Bincero thanks for the ex
cellent photogmphio views of your
beautiful islands. They aro excel
lent works of art and convey to us
at this great distance a vivid idea of
the beautiful country in which you
are living."
There Yon Arc !
Bound volumes of Harper's Young
People and Sfc. Nicholas, for 1888 j
at tho
Hawaiian Niiws Co.,
25 Merchant street.
109 lm
RACES ON MAUI.
The fall meeting of tho Maui Rac
ing Association will be held at Ka
hului on Christmas day, December
25th. There arc eight events down
on the programme, including three
quarter and half mile dashes, trot
ting, pony and mule races.
REMEMBER "YhTTePER CHIL
DREN. On Monday next the Board of
Health will forward Christmas gifts
by steamer, for the children at the
leper settlement on Moiokai. Those
desirous of contributing can do so
by calling or sending to the Board
of Health oflico, or the store of J.
T. Waterhouse, Queen street.
SALE OF CROCKERY.
By order of T. II. Davies & Co.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will hold a spe
cial sale of assorted lancy crockery
ware, at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. There aro toilet sets, plates,
teapots, cups and saucers and
everything will be positively sold
without any reserve. The crockery
is now on view at the store adjoining
Mr. Morgan's auction room.
THIS EVENING'S SALE.
At 7 o'clock this evening Mr. J.
F. Morgan will hold his first Christ
mas sale when he will dispose of,
without reserve, a laige assortment
of toys, an elegant assortment of
uigs, all sizes and patterns, supe
rior lap robes, engravings, plush
goods, Japanese goods, etc. The
whole of these goods have been on
exhibition during the day at the
salesrooms and crowds of people
have inspected them. Special ac
commodations for ladies.
HAWAIIAN EXHIBITS AT MEL
BOURNE. We havo received with the com
pliments of Mr. and Mrs. Iloffnung
of Sydney, a largo photograph of
the Hawaiian exhibits sent by the
King, as they appeared at the Mel
bourne exhibition. On the opposite
side is a calologuc of the exhibits
and an account of them from the
Sydney mail of October 20, 1888.
The exhibits are displayed in a large
case and at each end are large port
raits of their Majesties the King
and Queen.
THE SAN MATEO.
The Hawaiian steamship San
Mateo arrived nt 3 o'clock this
afternoon, twenty-five days from
Hongkong, en route to San Fran
cisco. She was built this year at
South Shields, by John Keadhead &
Co., and was at first named the
Charles Towers ; is a screw steamer,
schooner rigged, 315 feet long, 40
feet wide with 21 feet depth of
hold. She has triple expansion di
rect acting inverted engines of 300
horse power. Diameter of cylind
ers, 28, 37 and 01 inches, length
of stroke, 39 iuches. Her register
ed tonnage is 1920.37 tons.
The San Mateo comes consigned
to II. Ilackfcld & Co.
POLICE COURT.
Wednesday, Dec. 19th.
Walamika (w.) Wm. Lanskan,
and E. Cameron had each to-pay ?0
for drunkenness.
Ah You was found guilty of hav
ing opium unlawfully in possession,
and sentenced to pa' a ilno of $50,
and be imprisoned at hard labor for
twenty days.
Look Ah Foo, chaiged with lar
ceny of goods property of A. Kraft,
was remanded to the 22d.
Aniani, pleaded not guilty to kill
ing a peacock tho property of Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, and was remanded
to the 28th.
U. S. NAVAL NOTES.
The Vandalia, second rate, Mo
hican, third rate, Monongahcla,
store ship, aro tho ships now in com
mission at Mare Island yard. Tho
Iroquois, third rate, not in commis
sion at present, is also hero. All
four of these ships aro awaiting re
pairs. Work has been temporarily
suspended upon them by recent or
ders from tho Navy Department to
give an opportunity of overhauling
the accounts for expenditures ami
ascertain what woik has been done.
All these ships properly belong to
tho Pacific Squadron, to which they
have lately been attached, tho Van
dalia having at present served but a
portion of her cruise, The Monon
gahcla, store ship, when placed in
order, will most likely be stationed
at Honolulu, as more convenient for
tho supplies of the squadrou than
tho former station at Coqulmbo,
Chile, S. V. Bulletin.
WENNER& CO.
Have just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Kings, Ladies and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, etc.
CST Prices within the reach of all.
112 1m
BEAUTIFUL CARDS.
Messrs. King Bios, have a most
elegant display of Christmas and
New Year cards at their art gallery,
Hotel street. Sonic of them in
water colors executed by their spe
cial Japanese artist are gems. They
nre painted on cabinet photo cards
and include landscapes, figures,
animals, etc., each with an appro
priate inscription. The public
should inspect this choice collection
which are something entirely origin
al. There is much pleasure in a
stroll thiough this firm's store, there
being so many beautiful things to
sec.
MONGOOSES FROM HAWAII.
A box containing eight mongooses
arrived hero per the steamer Aus
tralia, consigned to John L. Koster
of 323 Front street, this city. Si
multaneously with their arrival Col
lector Hagcr received two letters
from Ililo, Hawaii, concerning these
animals. The writers of both re
quested that their names be kept se
cret. The first letter read as fol
lows :
"I sec that some one is shipping
three boxes of mongooses to San
Francisco by way of some of the
Honolulu and San Fiancisco steam
ers. As an American citizen I wish
to give you warning that these
beasts increase faster than any ani
mal ever known. If allowed to run
loose in the country there will be a
thousand of them in a month. They
kill birds and poultry. Chickens
cannot live in their neighborhood-"
The writer of the second letter
said :
"There will he landed at your
port a catch of mongooses from Ha
waii. They are famous for killing
rats, but aro just as destructive to
poultiy. A poultry farm is almost
an impossibility where mongooses
are."
The Collector failed to find any
Inw providing for the seizure and
detention of mongooses, but deter
mined to hold the animals (two of
which have died), until ho has seen
to what use Mr. Koster intends put
ting them. rs. F. Bulletin, Nov.
28th.
The Italian Government intro
duced in the Chamber Dee. 1, a
bill asking a supplementary credit
of 109,000,00 lire on account of the
army, and 37,000,000 lire on ac
count of the navy.
The North German Gazette and
almost all the other prominent Ger
man papers concur in the opinion
that the affairs of Franco arc drift
ing towaul chaos, of which the con
sequences arc incalculable.
The Cologne Gazette declares that
tho diplomatic relations between
Russia and Persia threaten to be
come strained, almost to breaking,
owing to the ascendancy of England
in Persia. It is asserted that the
Shah has refused to recognize the
Russian Consul at Meschcd, whcie
an English Consul has been sta
tioned. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Notices under t'.h head are charyed 10 ctnti
per line for the first insertion, anil 6 cents tier line
ei ery additional insertion,
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, llearnf Luca-' Mill.
THE Eliio Ico
jl ui cam nil lorn
and Cumly Knctoiy
will supply the
sweets of tho sea
son: Choice Can.
dies of all hinds in
fiiucy liocs, Orna.
merited UhrlBtmao
Cake?. Extra Fino
Minco'I'icp, Delicious Ice Oreuin and
Fancy Oaken, Custom Bon.Bon and other
Nic-Nttt! in great variety. Our btook
and stores ure now in eompktc onlor
and you arc conllnlly invited to call.
12o It
IiOST
A BROWN Horse,
branded witli a
Grown under inane,
fent ivirllv wlilli. mil
J? & . ijeun docked, ro-uh
biok. A buitable roward will bo given
on lcturning bamtt to S. G. Wilder.
121 at
To Arrive Per "W. S, Bowne,"
-now nun-
00 bbis. i.K.L. Lime,
-AND-
35,000 Eed Bricks !
For Bale Cheap by
John F. Colburn & Co.
133J Queen Btreet. If
IIO.VOLDJLV. 1
READTHIS !
t& From this clay until Xmas wo
will sell everything at Greatly Re
duced Prices for Cash, a fine lino
of Watches, etc., on hand. Como
and sec for yourself.
GOMUS & WlCHMAN,
Foit street.
120 lm
Auction Sales by Lewis J. LoYcy.
-BY-
Lcwis J. Levey - Auctioneer
for December, 1SHS.
Thursday, Dec. 20th, at 7 p. m;
A Hioico Collection of Art Goods,
China "VVaio ami Fine T03S.
Saturday. Dec. 22, at 7 p. mj
Closing Sale of tho season when
will be offered a splendid assort
ment of Christmas Present?. At 12
lmon, KO'iiuin Grey Stallion.
tQf-Tlie Auctioneer licga to inform
his patrons that uvory convenience will
ho inailo for the comfort of ladies at
tending his Xmas Sales, tho Salesrooms
lieinn tho largest and bust ventilated in
tho Kingdom.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
dec-8 88 Auctioneer.
Stallion For Sale
AJJ? AUCTION.
On Saturday, Doc. 22d, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOO
I will offei nt Publie Auction, in front
of my Salesrooms, the well-known
Norman Gray Stallion "Prince"
n-Vcai'h Old.
figgr Gunrjutuul sound in every res
pect. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
120 3t Auctioneer.
or Whooping Cough
Let any person give
Dr. Low s
A trial, and the most violent cold
will, in a short time he
removed.
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Investment !
The Best Company
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THE MUTUAL
Life insurance Go.,
OF NKW YOHK.
Will sell j ou a Pol ley of Insuianco which
is Incontestable after Two Years, and ib
an absolutely safe investment. Call on or
address
S. II. ROSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct.0 88.ly
The Handsomest
Christmas Gift
Jut Yonr Wife & Glim
-18 A-
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
The Actual Results of these Policies as
paid since 1892, havo by far
been greator than those
ot any other
company.
Assets,
Surplus,
$85,000,000.
12,000,000.
Oyer $1,000,000 Insurance In Force
Un Thrae Iblandp.
EST Por full particular?, rates, etc.,
apply to
. O. BEHGIHt.
Honolulu, Gcncml Agent Hawaiian
Islands. I)ecl.88.1m
HE ONLY READABLE PA
PER In the Kingdom "The
Daily llulletln." CO cents per month.
or Titu
-IIA.tV-A.UAiN'-
iilllO iiOSlEwOl
On TUESDAY, Jan, 1, 1889
li
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To bo held on their Hnngc, on King
street, opposite tne Govern
ment Nursery,
AT 0 O'CLOCK A. JF.
GOVEKXOK DOMIXIS CUP.
Valued at $100, for the highest aggre
gate score in matches Xos. 1, 2 and :t,
to become the property of the marks
man winning it three times at tho regu
lar meetings of the 11. K. A.
Won July C, lfiSO, by J. Urodic, M.D.
"Wou January 1, 1887, by Win. linger.
Won July 23, 18S7, by J. Uothwcll.
Won January 2, 1888, by C. 11. Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888, by F. llustace.
1. THE imODIK MKDAh.
Valued at ? CO; also, eeond prfrc, $5;
third pil.e, 82.50. Conditions of the
match : Open to all membeis of tho As
sociation and members of tho lcgular
and oluutecr military companies of the
Kingdom, to become the property of the
maiksnian winning it three times at the
rcgulai meetings of the II. It. A.
Distance, SOU yauls; rounds, 10; any
military l Hie under tho lulcs; limited to
one entry to each competitor. Entrance
fte. $1.
Won January 1, 1880 by Win. Unger.
Won July 5, 1880, by C. U. Wilson.
Won January 1, 1887, bv C. 11. Wilson.
Won .Inly 23, 18S7, by T. MoDennott.
Won January 2, 1888. bv Dr. Ihodle.
Won July -1, 1888, by J. II. Fisher.
II. THE at,di:n FRUIT AXD TARO
COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 8100; also, a second prize
of?r; tlilttl piie, 2.50. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
pel ty of the maiksnian winning it tlnce
times at regular moutings of the II. R.
A.; 7 rounds each at the 200, 500 and
00-y.ird langes; any military ililo un
der the mles; limited to one entry for
each competitor. Entrance fee 1.
on July;, 188(1, by J. Brodic, M. D.
Won January 1, 1887, by W. C. King.
ou July 23, 1887, by .1. Kothwell.
Won January 2, 18SS, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 1S88, by F. llustace.
III. II. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at S150. Competitors limited
to members ot the Association. Condi
tions For the highest aggregato score
at200aml500yaids; 10 rounds at each
distance; anymilltaiy rlllo under the
rules; to become tho propeitj of the
marksman winning it tlnce times at
lcgular meetings of the U. R. A.. En
trance fee, 81.
Won January 1, lfiSO, by F.J. Ilig
gins. Won July 5, 18Sfi. by J. Urodic. SI. 1).
Won January 1, 1887, by Win. Unger.
Won July 23, 187, by J. Urodic, M.D.
Won Janmuy 2, 1888, bv llustace.
AVon July t, 1888, by F. llustace.
IV. MID-RANGE CHAMPIONSHIP
MATCH.
For Association Uadgc. To be worn
by the winner until his score Is beaten
at any regular meeting of tho II. R. A.
Limited to members of tho Association;
10 louuds at 500 and 000 yards. En
trance fee, 81.
V.-ASSOUIATION SECOND-CLASS
MATCH.
Silver Medal. Open to all members
of the Association who havo nevi r made
a leeoul exceeding 7", percent, at any
icgular meeting ot the II. R. A. Prize,
a bllver Medal.
Conditions: Rounds, 10; distance,
200J yards; any militaiy iltle under tho
rules. Entrance, $1. Entries unlimited.
A'l.-STANDARD AMERICAN
MATCH.
200 yards. Open to all coiners. Mili
taiy rlllo. Unlimited entries. Entrance
fee 81. First prize, 23 per cent of re
ceipts; 2nd, 15 per cout; 3d, 10 per
cent.
YH. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable prizes, and a
prize for every body. Any rlllo; 5
rounds; distance 200 yards. No air or
set triggers allowed. Entiles unlimit
ed. I'.ntiunuo fee. 81.
No entiles will he nmdo before tho
day of the match, and persons will
shoot according to the number on their
ticket.
All persons who havo mado 80 per
cent at any general meeting of the H.
R. A. will not be allowed to compete.
Coinnillteo ou Citizen' piles:
J. J. Williams,
J. II. SOl'Klt,
E. O. Wiiiti:.
J. UROD1E, M. D.,
President.
O. II. NICOLL,
tec. and Ti cas.
Salmon in Barrels!
H. HACKFELD & CO.
181 lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
,r T columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreigu countries, $5 per
annum.
G3 & 05 FOllT STREET.
Just Received by Last Steamer
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Toys of all Description,
Dolls, Dolls in all Sizes.
ALSO A LARQE ASSORTMENT OF
Xmas
& New
SUITABLE lor
o
SJPJEOI-IL.
Wo call attention to the Ladies that we arc Closing Out our
Entito Stock of
GillMS k derats at ei Immense Moctioi Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing at Low Prices,
Boy's Kuco Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
K,illoMS I&IiBJBOIrS Ribbons
Dress Goods, Dress Goods.
Persian Casseieres in all SMes,
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard ;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace
Just Received
Dec-l-88-lm
yy
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ZSlGt-AJS &: COMPANY.
NEW ODS-aoe-KKW
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy Goods SnitaMe
SUCH AS
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, "Velvets, Surahs,
H-rioo Curtuliit. Htitnipod TltlloH, Slioe ISatta, OEto.
Full Line of Embroidery Matorial, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc
Wo call particular attention to our fino selection in
Custom-made Clotlii for Gents, Yoitls & Clllflrei!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Lies' & Misses' Boots, Shoos & Sliers & Gents' Gaiters
Call on us before going elsewhere.
CSMrs. E. C. Howe's beautiful work
Scpt
iee I. L EEiSers
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HOLIDAY GOODS
ToyN Sc Xolls,
IVXusical .Albums,
GL0YE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mrs. E. Small will ho prepared to do
Cutting: and Fitting.
1761 ly
I Hull L II. lllll U I M II
acific Hardware Co., Id,
FORT SIMiEKX, HONOLULU.
tS? BAHOAINS " Now Line of j- BAIIQAINB -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than over before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k GEE HERCHMSB.
Just llecelvcd
Novoltlew nuiX FnnoyGoods, In. Larjj Variety.
x aug.a8
Year's Goods
PRESENTS.
NOTICE.
Caps & Robes, etc,
in New Styles.
o-
S. EHRLICH,
G3 & 65 Fort Street.
n Ei -aga!-
GOODS"a SOF-KEIf GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
for the Holii
in Point laces on exhibition here"
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& Go.'s Stock
HOLIDAY GOODS
n
lay Season
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