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ifnvc ju&l opened out n Latgc New
stock or Holiday Goods, compiling
Sist and Unset blnmomls, Hrooeltos,
Karringn, HraeclelH, Bungles, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Kings, Ladies' and
(JouH CJold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Koli and
Yost Chains, Diamond Collar But
tons, Clocks, Silver AVnre, elc.
B" Prices within the reach of all.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack Bland: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
T IX 13
THURSDAY , JAN. 3, IS80.
Stnu U K lllshop from Koolau
Schr Mol Wahino for Uanudiua
Stmr Pcle for Ham ikua at 10 a m
Sohr ltainbow for Koolau
Schr Kaukeaoull for Kohala
Stmr AValalcalo for Kauai at 2 p in
Schr Ka'vallani for Koolau
StmrEwn for Ewa
Still buy a Handsome New Year's
Present, at a very low prices for
cash ; Fine Diamond King, Lockets,
Sleeve Linky, etc., etc.. at
GOHKB & WlCUMAN,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
a. m. an invoice of
uv j. r
At 10 o'clock
lailor goods comprising tweeds, dia
gonals, worsted goods, sciges, lin
ings, buttons, single suit and pant
patters. These goods must he bold,
and bargains may be looked for.
UV T.. ,T. l.EVKY.
At 12 o'clock noon, underwriter's
sale of 200 bags of lice more oriels,
slightly damaged by salt water.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnaii for Hilo and way ports at
2 p in
Stmr C U Bishop for Waianae, Walalua
and Koolau at !) a m
For jVIaui, per stnirlJkelike, .Ian 2
Jlrllaitwell, 31 atton, .1 K Hi-own,
JlIssGoodalc, JIlss Or ec Dickey, and
270 Japanese immiiauts.
The Kinau went on the Maiinc
Railway this morning to be examin
ed. She has sustained no damage
whatever by her recent grounding
on the reef at Maalaca and w ill
sail to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
on her usual route.
On Sunday last there was a very
heavy tidal wave at Koolau, the
other side of this island, which
washed thousnnds of fish ashore. A
native boy on horseback was carried
out to sea some distance and
brought back on a huge wave with
out sustaining any injury whatever.
then the Palanm and Numum street
lines will bo rapidly pushed forwuid.
Rep: Are not jour fnics too low?
Mr. G: It cannot be helped.
They are according to the franchise?
Rep: Some of your drivers don't
appear yet to lip accustomed to get
ting round Ike cums.
Mr. G: The curves Ihomsrlvcs
aic not yet in good shape. In a
short time Hump will bo no risk what
ever of getting off at the curves
even with an inexperienced driver.
SAILORS' HOME SOCIETY.
Following is the annual report of
Mr. John II. Paty, Treasurer of the
SalloiV Home Society:
Dec. Sfltli, Halaueo
of account $2,315)110
July 1". Jty Cou
Dee. 20. ily dues by
as follows: J. H.
Atherton, O. M.
Cooke, . -
Cle-diom, O. P.
I astle. S. M. Da
mon. II. V. 1)11
)ln;riaiu, S. It.
Dole, A. Fuller,
.los. 11 man, 11.
V. Gl tie. .1. V.
I aekfeld, W. G.
liWlll, P. ' ..lullOS
M. Loubsim, T.
May, J. 11. l'aty,
M. P. Holiinsoii,
W. C. Wilder. W.
O. inlth, W. O.
P.uke, 20, atSl..
Jan. 7, Paid bill
Dally Bulletin ad-
vuitlMng 1 00
Jan. Ill, Paid for
1 i or eeut Inter-
et 2.000 00
May 10, Paid 1)111
leiieinj premise. o
May 20, I'uld bill
ing 7 00
Dee 27. P.dd 1)111
Dee. 27. Paid lilll
balanee account 1181 29
unronu vor.ici: ju-jticm: rosTr.n,
The steamer Leliua left lust evening
for Maalaca bay, to bring the suaar lelt
there by the Kinau
The tern W S Bowne is being le-puintcd-
Tho biiautiue Luilinc leaves Hilo
next v-atiuday. for San Fiauelsuo.
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LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tin: Fiiend for January is out.
Two new engagements
and D. and G.
S. and L.
The electric light was started up
again last evening.
Pay your water
15th of tliis mouth.
rates before the
Wkdj,m:sav, January 2d.
Tokubo. charged with carrying
liquor on which no duty had been
paid, was fined SuO with SI costs.
II. Tun with assault and battel y
on Capt. liluhm, was sentenced to
one mouth's imprisonment at Laid
Thirteen drunks had to pay the
Dce.ul, Bv balance
biought down in
E. ilc O Ex.
$2,300 !)! $2,1100 90
A mectino of the Honolulu Social
Club will be held this evening.
Tun quarto ly meeting of C.
Brewer & Co. will be held on Tues
day, the 9th, at 10 a. m.
II. F. UmiuAiti) has disposed of his
dray and oxpicfcd bubinc-fa to J. V.
McGuiio and J. McQueen.
An impoilant notice concerning
the Mutual Life lubiiranco Company
of New York appears elsewheic.
Tun f uncial of tho late J. K.
Spalding took place this afternoon,
the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh conduct
ing the service.
Tin: schooner Manuokawai is a
total wicok at Punaluu, Koolau, on
this ihland. Jlcr damaged cargo of
rice lias been brought to Honolulu.
Thuksoay, January .'3d.
E. Kahulu, for assault and bat
tery on Keanu (w), was lined 830
with SI. 30 costs. Appeal noted to
the Supreme Court before a jury.
Three drunks forfeited bail of SO
OPENING OF KINO STItlXT LINK Till".
John II. i'atv,
X. B. The Treasurer has Bit-hop
A; Co.'s receipt for 02,000 Hawaiian
Government Bonds, for safe keeping
and collection of coupons.
Pnor. M. M. Scott's talk on "Books
and Reading" announced for to-morrow
evening, at the Y. M. C. A. hall,
has been postponed to a future date.
Excellent crayon pictures of Mrs.
S. G. Wilder and the lato Hon. S. G.
Wilder aic on view at King Bios'
Art Gallery. They aio tho work of
Tin: Y. M. C. A. singing class
meets this ovening at 7 o'clock.
This will Ito the closing night of the
first tcim. A nowtcini will boopon
cd in about two wjuks' time.
Those markbinen who won n piizo
in tho Citizon's Match aio requested
to call at once at tho btoio of Mis.
Lack, Foil Btrpot, and select their
prized. Theic aie foity-six pii.es to
Mil. W. Maei tons, assignee of tho
estate of C. T. Akaua, will apply for
n hcltlemcnl of his account and a
dischaigc fium nil liability as such
assignee, in tho Supicmo Court to
inouow morning, nt 10 o'clock,
Mu. P. C. Jones will liavo a milk
shake machine at tho temperance
meeting Satuiday evening, and ho is
piopaied-to pay for a dunk for uvery
ono wlio higns tho jilcilgu. A watch
will ho kept to bco that no one dunks
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
St. Andrews Church Association
regulur meeting at 7:30.
Debating Society at usual tjmo
Nuuanu Chanter of Roso Croix
No. I A. and A. S. R. at 7 :30.
Oceanic Council JS'o. 08!) A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Annual election of oJllcers of Co.
' A Honolulu JKilloa.
The King street line of the Hono
lulu Tramway opened New Year's
morning, and kept running through
out the day. The first car started
C o'clock a. in. The line was oper
ated from King street bridge, near
the Chinese Theatre, to tho Waikiki
turning, near Punahou. The cars,
were filled with occupants most of
the day. In fact, at times there was
not sufficient accommodation for all
who sought admission. As was to
bo expected, tlicie was a little jolt
ing of the cars at the beginning of
the day; but this peiccptibly less
ened after a few trips had been
made, and the rails became freed of
dirt and other accumulations. The
natives in particular were well pleas
ed with the cars and availed them
selves of them in large numbers.
A representative of the Bulletin
interviewed tho manager of the
Tramways last evening and found
him veiy well pleased with the suc
cess of the opening on New Year's
Day. Tho following conversation
Rep : You seem to have got more
tratllc than you bargained for yes
terday. Mr. Gribblo: Yes, indeed. Tho
maximum number reported by an
onlooker to have been carried on a
20-seat car was 55. I ordered the
conductors to refuse any over 20,
but the cars being entirely open it
was found quite impossible to keep
Rep: Could not you have put on
more cars and horses V
Mr. G : My mules had only arriv
ed on the pi evious Tuesday week.
They were lato in transit. 1 sent
ail'around Honolulu on Friday and
Saturday-ahd.htred all the horses I
could got at veryliigh figures.
IJep: Could not the slock have
been gotten three mouths ago and
the cars i tin all this time?
Mr. G: No; becausu tho macad
amizing by tliu Government of the
rest of the i.tiect has not been suffi
ciently advanced to make it tafo for
passengers. Even now I havu to
keep two extra men cleaning tho
track on this account, and still the
cars get some jolting at those points.
Rep : Do you expect to get tho
track in good shape soon?
Mr, G; By the end of next week.
Rep : When do you open to Wai
kiki? Mr. G : In ten days, I hope,
Rep: What do you propose doing
Mr. G ; Tho Punahou and Alakea
street lilies will ))Q finished first, ami
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD, 1838.
O. ?, O'
THE HOST FORMIDABLE WARSHIP IN
The largo battleship launched on
October Kith, at Castcllamare, near
Naples, and christened "Re Uni
beito," deserves to be noticed if
only for the reason that, so far at
least as offensive purposes arc con
cerned, she will, when she is com
pleted some four years hence, be
the most formidable warship in ex
istence. She is a twin-screw steel
built deck-protected barbette ship
of 13,298 tons displacement, and
Iit'rg dimensions are: Length, 100ft.
breadth, 7Gft. Oiu. ; while her main
draught of water will be 28ft. 8in.,
or more than that of tho Groat
Eastern. She will have no side
armour, but her deck in the neigh
bourhood of the waterline will be
coveied with armour plates having
a total thickness of 3- inches, and
her barbettes will be protected by
19-inch annour. Sho will, more
over, be divided into about 180
watertight compartments, and her
sides and bottom will be fonued of
three scperate steel skins with in
termediate watertight cells. The
engines are of the compound triple
expansion type, and will work up to
19,500 indicated horse power, u
power sullicicnt to drive the ship
under forced draught at a speed of
18 knots. There will be bunkers to
contain 1,200 tons of coal. Tho
guns of the Re Umbcrlo will include
four 101-ton 17in. Armstrong
beechloadcis two in each barbette,
twelve lA-lon breechloaders, six 3in.
guns, and ten machine guns. The
Italian 101-ton gun is not equal to
our 111-ton weapon. It throws a
2,0001b. projectilo, with a charge
of 9001b. of powder, and can pene
trate over .'Kiiu. of wrought iron ;
whereas our gun can penetrate 30in.
But, whereas wo have no ship that
carries or will carry more than two
of those monsters, tho Re Umbcito
will carry four of the slightly in
ferriur weapons. This gives her an
advantage over our Bcnbow, and
renders her the most powerful offen
sive vessel in tho world. Her broad
sides will weigh about l,-180ib, ; tho
Bcnbow weighs only 2,3001b, The
Re Umherto's guns aio each -10ft.
Din. long. They will bo placed
about 28ft. above the water, and,
consequently, they will have a very
extensive range, and will be capable
of being fought in all wealherfa.
Two sister-ilnps of this battle-ship,
the Sicilia and the Sardegua, aio
also being constiuctcd, the one at
Venice and tho other at Spezziu.
Thoy are to bo completed in, 18911
and 1891 respectively. Meanwhile,
three ships almost equally powerful,
and still belter pioteclcd, have just
been finished; and the Italian navy
already takes a high rank amongst
the navies of the becotuLclass Mari
time Powers. f London Echo.
THE WEEKLY 13ULLETIN
X, 6 columns, purely loc.il nmiui
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 per
M 1 "
r., .! r
Highest reading of Hfti-omotcr (cot
recti d) 3IMC5 on tho Kill day of llareh
at 9 p. 111.
Low cut rcatllug of Barometer ( cor
rected) t'J.VJO on the Uh day of Fcmu
ary atO h. ni.
Xotlte imdtr tU html nrs ihirgerl 10 certi
jtr line fur llieti f insertion, ami 6 anU jier Jli
eitri tutdltlonal Ini'rtion.
HOP. "Hear nf Liieao Mill.
Bolster & Rupprecht,
House and gggFresco Painters
At CnjTdl'U'H HllOfllltr Slldp.
No. 81 : : KING STREET.
Dr. F. chmorl,
Cures all Acute & Chtonlc Diseases
by Nature's own process, without medi
cine. Positive Cure for Asthma and
Rheumatism. Sure Cure for Whooping
Cough from 3 to G days.
Offico Hours: 1 to 3 p.m., 98 Hotel Strocl,
115 Honolulu. lm
WHEREAS, W. S. Luce, of Hone
lulu, has this day made au assign,
ment of all his properly to the under-eicni-d,
for thebcnetli of Ins cred tors,
nutlcc is hcicby given to all pirties
owiuc sitid V. is. Luco to make imtnc
diulc payment, unci any persons having
claims against V. S. Luce are requested
to present them nt once at the olllee of
V. S. Luce, Merchant slier-t, Honolulu.
J. F. IIACKFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. 1 , 1888. 1154 lm
Notice of Dissolution oi"
i. f .
lolioe of Removal.
pi c. c:
NOTICE is hereby given that tho co
partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of "Sing Chong Ja
Co.," and composed of the undersigned,
has been this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All de'bls owinp to said part
neiship, and all demands on snid pint
ncishlp will he settled by the new Una
of "Sing Cliom; & Co." '
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 31,1S88.
A. 11. LOO "NGAWK,
Ur A. II. Loo NawU his atl'y in fact;
Ilv A. II. Loo Nijawk, hi ait'y la fact;
P.J0 Ut TONG HUNG.
&IT Mr. Ehrlich begs to inform liis num
erous patrons and the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn
ing, December 29, 1888.
ripo the Creditors of (he Estate of
1 C. T. Akaua, a bankrupt, take
That the undersigned, Assignee of
the Estate of C. T. AUana, a bankrupt,
has picpar.itoiy to h s final account
and dividend, submitted his account
as smch Assignee and tiled the fame
before Hon E. Preston, Justice of the
Supremo Court, at his Chambers, to
whom he will at 10 o'clock a. m. on
FRIDAY, the 4th day of January,
iati!l. annlv for a Msttlcment of snld ac-
count and for a di-clmrc,c from nil lia
bility as such Assignee, and for an order
to make a 11 n ill dividend.
And that any pertoa intcrestrd may
then and there appear and contest the
same. AT". MAEUTENS,
Assiguco Estate of C. T. Akaua.
HE0. P. SEVEBSN,
Has taken tho Studio found ly occupied
by A. A. Moutatio, corner of King
and Foit stiects, and i.- pro
pal ed to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'rlntliis "' for Amntvui'H,
Cabinets $0 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
C3"" Lntianee on Fort Stieel. ttt
Uf'JWIU II IIIF
-iSS1' T H 3E sa-
For Whooping Cough
Let any perwm give
Dr. Loiers Cherry Cordial
A trial, and the most violent cold
will, In a short time be
lECa-.A.T'S Ac COMPANY.
NBOW 4;OU.S-aiP5?"XKW JOIS-a 5-NEW U(M)BH
WE IIAYK RECKIVLI) A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy M Smtal fori Holay Season
HOLLiSTER & CO..
1151 Agents. 2tn
Tho Fastest Maohino in the World
Lcf?al & Commercial Work
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
J.il iv , Cui'tuliiH, Htainpod T111oh, Hlioo llttRH, 3Eto.
Full Line of Embroidery material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wo call paiticular attention to our fine selection in
Gaslom-mafte Glotlii for Gents, Yonls & Cllren !
Furnisliing Goods, Trunks, Valibes,
HiUh & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Lie;;1 k Misses' Boots, Siloes k .liers k Beats' Gaiters
Call on uh before going elsewhere.
Scg S'X1l.1WLPIIV3- DONERS
tSS'IiIrs. 2. C. Howe's beautiful work in Point Laces on exhibition hereQ
Eliiers & Co.'s Stock
Result of Special Conluits lor 1000:
Cim;isn.ui, lulyW'i'li lleiidiigtoii07
woids pur mliiuU'.
Nkw Voiuj, ,uiubt ltt lemingtoii
ou M.'.'nd, ilr.l and Hit 1'iii'k.
Toiio.'.'to, Aut;ul lillli llenilau'ton
won (('iHiniil.'iitlil of tiio world) (io'd
and Silver Meiiulh for lilgluUhpeeducr
iccoided Jill oid ptr lainiite, exclud
tlio ri.ciird, writing on tliu ltcmlniiton
WS it.1 words per minute, excluding
errors; writing IdindJold 107 word jier
Z2l'l'v uo had with or without Cahl.
W. ?,1. (J1FFA1M),
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Toys Ac XollSj,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mrs. E. Small will ho prepared to do
Cutting: and Fitting.
I l II- ILL .11I1J.I!.i.i I I IP w I II I m.
N, H. I.i'tlers addresid lo tho Agent
c, o W. 0. Irw in ii; Co. will huvu piompt
Tlio Inter-iBlitnd Sttiiun
NuvigaUon Co., Limited,
ICcup conslantly on liutul for snlo
Steam Family and Ulacbmith Coal
and a general tusortment of
415, Bar Iron.
ardware Co., Ld,
FOHT STUEKT, HONOLULU.
CEf-BAIiaAINH-ea New Line of r BAUGAINB-Tpa
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices thau ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS MBN'L 1RC1MSE
JSoyoltiow uud Fauoy Good, In Lar;o Vrlety
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