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Arrive Pearl City (j
Leave Pear' City.. (!:(
Arrive Honolulu... 0:111
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1'lie time l(iiiil fur the port Ih ivon at 12li.
(mi. Usee, (niidiiltilil ) il' liieenwich time or
Hi. 2M1H. :t4tee. p. m. of llonolitlii oliHiM'Vutory
tlini'. It 1b kIvihi by the Htcuin whistle of the
Honolulu riuaiiiK Mill, u few doors above
the Custom House. The wmio whistle is
Hotindt'U correctly tit Honolulu mean noon,
Olmorvntoiy meridian, or lull. iSltn. Hjhvu. of
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TUESDAY, DEC. 22, 1891.
Hawaii from Hamakua
Stun- VVuialeale from Kauai
Swedish lik Urei.from Newcastle, NSW
Am ship llawkcsbury, from Newcastle,
fttmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p m
Httnr ( Mainline for Maui at 5 p m
JSlmr Mikahala fur Kauai al ! p in
Ecu lik Opliir, Brujruiere, for Sydney
.Sclir Kauikeaouli for Koliala
.Sclir liiika for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Hawaii for ilainakua at 4 p m
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
1(!C22-V and S Weight. F S Lyman,
Jlrs K K Wilder, Miss Helen Wilder,
Miss Lira Wilder, l)r Temph ton, wife
and child, Master Horner, J S Smiihies,
Miss Smithies, .1 Al unlock. P Jarretr, K
! Shurev. L E and Mrs Imley, EG
Hitchcock, A Litigate and wife. L)r Wil
liams, Miss Jane Hare and others, be
sides 00 deck.
FOHEIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei. Mori, from Japan
U S S San Francisco, from &au Fran
cisco, due any (lay
Am lk Sonoma, Lee, from Newcastle,
N S W
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
Am 4-masted schr E K Wood, from
Newcastle, N S W, due Jan 15
Am bktMary Wiukelinan, Nisseu, from
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15 )
Am wh. bk Moruiug Star, Mar 25, from
Am wh bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from New
Am wli bk California, Mar 25, from New
Am wh lik James Arnold, Mar 25, from
Am ship Ilawkesburv from Newcastle,
N S W, due Dec 2!)
Am bktne Planter from San Francisco,
due Nov 2!)
Am sclir Kobert Lowers from Port
Am schr Golden Shore from Newcastle,
N S W, for Kahului
Am bk Harvester, Kock, from San Fran
cisco for Hilo due Dec 20
Am bktne Irmgard, Sell mid t, from San
Francisco due Dec 28
Am bk Ceyion, Calhoun, from Sau Fran
cisco due Deo ?0
Bk Estella from Newcastle, N S W, due
4-iuasted bk Onies, from Newcastle, N
Nor bk Grci from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Edward May from Boston
The British bark Kitty after several
delays got away yesterday for Portland,
The steamer Iwalani lias been laid up
to have her boiler retubed. The VVui
aleale is expected to take her route.
The Swedish bark Orel which arrived
this luornlnit is anchored in the stream.
Tliebarkeutiiie V LI Dimoud is receiv
ing pujrar from the steamer Hawaii
The bark Matilda is taking in ballast,
previous to departure for Port Town
neiid. Tins imrkeiitlne Kobert Sudden is dis
eliHiiiii coal at the new Fort street
Mr. De Trop And your father,
Miss I ns wiiu, how is his hcalUi now
inlays? Dues lie still milTer as (if
yore with chills? Miss Inswiui I
'think not, Mr. Do Trop j futhcr is
Komi mother How do you like
your new oovcrness, Johnny? John
ny 4 1 like her ao mucli. "I'm
so glad my little boy lias a nice teiu li
vr at last.'' "Dli, sin'' a till nice.
She siiy it she don't care whether 1
leant itiiytliin or not, to loni; us pup
pa l r fular. ."
l'i'n.lf are always ready to upiluiid
Vtlu li ullii l liii li'a lii h Irliilivc leave
llieir itiiiiii y lo piililu' uinl i Inn liable
hi. I'.'li'l What tint I do fur ou,
iOilij4 liiult? K'idak I' o lid Cull mil
M. I'elei fd' H llMI.Ulf Ulllll Cull "rl
4 l up lit hill!.
I'll hKl. I Monti i I aiui-n,
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Ttia-oK w.M! to-nilit.
"A liKfoii'i'KU'H life is not a happy
one." Ad itisi r.
Tub Dili 'million 1 Liber tl l.ea.;in'
will iiiei l. Ibis evening.
'I Ills t iin-ni-wnr this t venint; com
mences at 7 ::i0 o'clock.
All over town lust nigl t's tuu-of-war
iiiul how it was done.
l)u. Williams ri liinniil to Hilo on
Hie Hteainer Kinau to-ilay,
Anoi'T Kil'O Japanene iinniiuiants
for Hie plaiilal ions arc expected next
Tiik business part uptown was
crowded to day with people laying in
Loikik lo Progrcs, A. F. it A. M.,
will have iuslallalinii oi ollicers the
evening of the 2iSth.
AltRHlTKrTltHAL designs for a hotel
at Pearl City are cxhiliiled at the
Paciiie Hardware Co.'s recently
A GovmiNMKNT lot at Kalnupalcna,
Kulilii, will be sold at auction to-morrow
at noon, ul Hie front entrance of
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Imley, late
arriviils in this city, took passage on
the Kinau this afternoon to pay Ha
waii's wonder a visit.
Thk Hawaiian Hardware Co. finds
it necessary to keep open their store
to-nii;lit, and Wednesday an. I Thurs
day evenings, until nine o'clock.
The case of robbery committed
against u Chinaman at Waialae occu
pied thi.- morning's session of the
Police Court. The trial is still on.
Two more lots have been sold at
the Peninsula anil thirteen of those sold
at auction have been resold at ad
vanced prices, (loud advances have
been refused on several lots at Pearl
City which were sold at the auction.
Captain J. C. Brugtiierc, of the
hark Opliir, was innmcd at noon to
day to Miss Grace Kose, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, liere
tania street. The newly married
couple left on the hark Opliir this
afternoon at 4 o'clock for Sydnev,
N. S. W.
Mr, J. T. Waterhoiise showed his
faith in the Peninsula as a good place
for an investment by adding seven
more lots to his already large number
yesterday. This makes 85 all told
and lie was heard to remark, "unless
they (the people; stir their stumps
I'll buy all the balance myself."
A hack containing four passengers
was upset over the stones at the new
Central Union church at 10:1(0 last
night. The passengers all escaped
unhurt, but the top of the carriage
was damaged. There was no light on
tlie building material until, after the
accident, Deputy Marshal Mehrten
had the deliciency supplied.
Phok. A. 1!. Lynns gave an interest
ing and instructive lecture to a goodly
sized audience at the Y. il. C. A. yes
terday evening, on the subject of
"Chemical Analysis." He illustrated
a large fund of information with ma
ny experiments, the stock used being
seemingly enough to start a respect
able drugstore. A vote of thanks
moved by Mr. W. W. Hall and sec
onded by several auditors was accord
ed the lecturer.
SALE AT KALAUAO.
An important sale will he held at
the Kapu place, Kalauao, Ewa, at 10
o'clock a. in. to-morrow, by Mr. Jas.
K. Morgan, auctioneer. The sale is
by order of Mr. W. O. Smith, trus
tee. Among the things to be sold
are steam and naphtha launches, one
barge, fifteen horses, ten head of
cattle, the lease of Ford's Island,
and one wooden house. The train
leaves the Honolulu depot at 8:45
and will return at 12 o'clock noon.
The final Christmas sale to be held
at Mr. Levey's salesroom this even
ing comprises dinner and tea sets,
toilet sets, Japanese fans, antimony
ware, vases, card cases, a large as
sortment of toys, rugs, etc., and this
being the last sale of the season,
everything will lie sold without the
slightest reserve. There is also one
handsomely decorated china dinner
set containing over 400 pieces and
CHASINC A THIEF.
No little excitement was caused on
Hotel street yesterday evening by a
native entering a Chinese store and
appropriating several articles. The
store keeper, of course, objected and
gave chase, aided by a "special."
The cry of "thief" was echoed by a
number of people and before the
man was caught, the shout had
changed to "Fire!" The articles
were returned and the thief let go.
LAST EVENING SALE.
Mr. Jas. V. Morgan will hold his
last Christ inns sale to-morrow even
ing at 7 o'clock. A line of useful
articles will lie offered coinpii-ing
linen table elul',.s ami iiupkius, cur
tains, bedspreads, underwear, China
tea sets, screens, sonU. and al!
liiuutitT of Japaiie-e goods. AKo,
a lol of toys tiif I dollt.
VISTAS UF HAWAII.
11,'llui'ltUH IN I'lllf.
The J'ai ilic Hardware Co. nr.- iu
blll( led til aell Hie book III 611 farh.
Ihe pirllllc at ,75.
An allowance in bunks or p.iiuiis
will In1 made to pui'lr. nu hive
'lit' I l he log 1. 1 T price In -1 ad w 1 1 . . .1
NURSrURUS A III IHJM'HAIt
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San Fn.VNfi.ioo, Dec. 10. 1801.
China has beg
nil to show some
fear of the Powers, ami
much energy in the prosecution of
those who threaten foreigners.
The London Times publishes a
despatch from its correspondent at
Shanghai w hich confirms the repoits
that the troubles in China are not
alone based on the anti-foreign feel
ing entertained by the natives. The
underlying reason for the discontent
which p.evails is the fact that the
natives of the country believe the
time is ripe to overthrow the Man
chu dynasty ami to establish again
the native dynasty which was over
thrown in Kill. It is the purpose
of the rebellious people to drive the
present Emperor from power and
place a native Chinese ruler upon the
The area affected by the famine
in Russia, comprises a section of the
empire equalling in size nearly half
the nrea of the Tinted Stales, with a
population of more than 4,000,000
souls. No winter sowing has been
done in many districts and conse
quently the inhabitants have nothing
to look forward to. The hunger
stricken peasants are daily becoming
more lawless and the acts of brigand
age occurring more and more Ire
quetit. The press of St.. Petersburg
are continually publishing vehement
denunciations of the merchants who
are holding grain for an advance and
clamor for llio (lovernment to force
them to sell their grain, or that it be
confiscated against vouchers of future
payment as was done during the
Crimean war. It is a dreary outlook
for the winter for the furnishing
A special from the City of Mexico
says that last Tuesday was a day of
terror in Colima. The Volcano of
Colima was in a state of violent erup
tion, and heavy showers of ashes fell,
covering the streets and the roofs of
News from ISticnos Ayres states
that the Ministers are divided in
their adhesion lo the future Presi
dent and that the situation in the
Argentine Republic is precarious.
The accounts received are decidedly
conflicting. The Ministers have is
sued a manifesto inculpating the fol
lowing of General Hoea in certain
measures against the Government.
The Roca people replied with re
criminations. Crispi says, "Italy must defend
herself on her own resources. If
war breaks out it will be universal,
and woe to those who are unpre
pared." Premier Rudini, in reply,
stated it was impossible to doubt that
Italy was perfectly able to protect
Lord Salisbury says that Queen
Victoria will probably open Parlia
ment as she did at the last session,
and that she will also nike a pro
longed visit to London during the
session and will hold frequent draw
ingrooms. During the session a
settlement for the marriage of Prince
Albert Victor is to be arranged, and
Parliament will be asked for a spe
cial grant beyond that which is al
ready given to the Prince of Wales
for his family.
Dr. Jenner declares that the
Queen's health is marvelous, and
that she seems stronger than she was
some years ago.
The debate on the budget began
i the Reichstag, November 27. The
Secretary of the Treasury said he
expected there would be a deficit of
three million marks during the pre
sent fiscal year. The yield derived
from customs showed the effect of
commercial treaties in restricting ex
ports. Nothinr has yet been de
cided on regarding the new loan.
The speech made by General Von
Caprivi to the German Reichstag
last week had a decidedly favorable
effect. With the exception of
France, continental comments upon
it are nearly all in one vein. It is
reckoned a speech for peace. Ow
ing to the fact that a journalist may
be sentenced to six months' im
prisonment for what are termed "in
sulting comments" on the German
Emperor, the German press resents
very mildly Von Captivi's attacks.
However, Germany and Europe care
more for the prospects of continued
peace, and these are improved by
Caprivi's speech, than they do f ir
the strained relations between the
Chancellor and the press.
A special from Valparaiso slates,
regarding the assaults upon the
American .sailors, that the trouble
commenced in a trivial quarrel be
tween two American and two Chi
lean sailors, and one of the hitler
dually spat in the face of one of the
Americans, who retaliated by strik
ing the insult, r.
Kelui.m capitalists have secured
from the Shah of Persia a monopoly
for niiiety-niiie years for gas and
eleel l ie ligif lug.
All tin: Salvation Army meetings
j have been suppressed in M. l'etcrs
'. A circular has been issued to the
( iiivei uoi i of the various province,
'id lint Iiusian empire, notifying
: lliein lo forbid .Ir-ws to bii j coin.
A spt rial t it tin Hi. i J.iiii iro an-
liiillllrcs III. I t lie ( ii.V cl'llllii'll' has is-
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I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street, for sale. U-lf
Thk Brunswick are the only Billiard
Tailors in town. (i tf
OliliKK your Christmas Turkey at
the Central Market. 1
IsT A I ' A 1 1 ulu farm oilers seasonable
Flicking pigs at low prices.
Ai'iKli shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Chuck No. 42!) on Bishop & Co.'s
bank has been lost and is advertised
J. F. Mokc.an will sell 1000 barrels
of Pottland Cement on Saturday, at
Si'nuuhn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Jno. F. Bowler otter for rent Un
desirable prcnii.'es lately occupied by
him on King street.
A STKCIAL meeting of Oahu Lodge,
No. 1, K. of P., is called for to-morrow
evening at 7 :!10 o'clock.
Ckhsuku strawberries and Rasp
berry Sherbet at Hobroii, Newman
& Co.'s new soda fountain. !J
Tim price of the souvenir "Vistas
of Hawaii" has been reduced to ifl.00
and the pictures to 75 cents.
('has. IIothlisi'Tks, blacksmith, has
opened a shoeing shop next lo Wright's
carriage factory, King street.
Thk one-minute self-raising pan
cake meal is advertised in to-day's is
sue by the San Francisco agents.
W. W. Wuioht & Sons offer three
nicely furnished brakes for sale. They
would make suitable Christmas pre
sents. "Thky say" that now is the time to
buy lots at Pearl City, as the prices
will be advanced after the first of
Pklktoiih coil'ee and chocolate will
lie served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigscn,
& Crou, Hold street. 221 tf
Handsomk Christmas, New Year's
and Birthday Cards at the I. X. L.,
corner of Nuuanu and King streets.
The store will be kept open every
night till 9 o'clock. 7-tf
Coons new. Good times will come.
The Nicaragua Canal is a sure thing.
Pearl City is going to have a big
boom. Get your Boots mid Shoes
made and repaired by L. Tommies,
the practical hoot and shoemaker who
only uses the best material and guar
antees all work done by him. For
further information call at bis office
on Hotel street, opposite Dr. Mc
Gicw's residence. Yours most res
pectfully, L. Tolnniks. l-3t
Pkahl City is "right in it" bigger
than ever since (1) the talk of killing
the, MeKinley bill on the grounds of
three invalid points in it. (2) The
free trade bill with America passed in
that country. (3) The President of
t lie United States recommended
"strongiy" the opening of Pearl Har
bor and the establishment of a naval
station nt that point, the laying of the
Hawaiian cable and the guarantee of
the Nicaragua Canal bonds.
NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.'S
NEW STORE (IV Stairs).
Knights, Attention !
VSI'KC'IALincptiiig of Oahu Lodge
No. 1, K. of P., will be held in
their Castle Hall on the evening of
YVKINKSD,Y, Dec. 2;iid, at 7:30
o'clock. Business: Election of ollicers
J DRGRAVKS, C. C.
IIknkv IIossac k. K. of It. S.
rUKCK No 4.".) on Bishop's Bank.
Kinder please leave at nlliee Peo
ple's lee Co. Payment bus been slopped.
. , KINK Finished Brakes
suitable for Christ
V V 'C'.iS? mas presents. Apply
"Ul lw W. W. WRIGHT & MJNS.
-.rn, T Kapahiilu Farm.
?f ' A Sucking Pigs leed
I .f on skim milk and swi-ct
iiiilali.t-. s ill uieli In von"
; iniiiitii. I'liees In. in $.1 lo 9.1. King up
I Inline tin) lire all gone. Mutual !l,iJ.
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"August BELAYS ARE
A. Bcllangcr, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montogtiy, Cjucbec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It t;ave me great relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Queltec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Bnrrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, iVcw Jersey, U. S. A.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, Dec. 2tli,
AT t l) l l,(l( K too.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
1000 bbls White Bros.1 Portland Cement
Full weight; in lots to suit.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
301 3t Auctioneer.
On Wednesday Evening, Dec. 23,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Will hold my last svening sale, when
I will sell without reserve a
tine line of
HOLIDAY GOODS !
SILK SHAWLS, WOOL SHAWLS,
Dress Patterns, Silk Oversliirts,
Umbrellas & Parasols,
Fine Silk Handkerchiefs,
ToyN Ac DuIIn.
A NKW LOT OF
Wicker Rockers Chairs
A NEW LINE OF
gjtnUo last chance to buy Christ
JAS. F. MOKGAX,
300 3t Auctioneer.
By order of W. O. Smith, Es., Trus
tee for the Kapu Estate, 1 will sell at
Public Auction, at Kalauao, Ewa,
On WEDNESDAY, Doc. 2?
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
The following Valuable Properly:
One Steam Launch,
Formerly owned by Mr. Allan Herbert.
1 Steam Launch,
Formerly owned by Dr. G. Trousseau.
Koth these Launches are in good order
and ready for sea.
500 GALLONS OF NAPHTHA,
More or less, in Drums and Cases;
One Naphtha Ei;gine,
I Large Barge,
Well-built and nearly new.
1 SUMMER HOUSE,
Near the Kalauao Station; building to
be removed within ;10 days from
date of sale.
After which will be sold the Valuable
Lease of I lie Wind ol MuXUUMEUME or
F 'HD'S ISlAND. in Pearl Harbor. Tin:
Lcii'C Is for s years front March 'Jo, Is-Vi,
al an annual reuial of l."iil: rent paid In
March Jo, S!t. I.ea-e i reconh d in Ihe
Kegi-try illicit. Liber 111. Page I.T.
I hit l.cit-c has over ,'i yearn to run
Itajf The Sieaui Launches will lie on
view at Ihe h i-h Marki'l What f, Hono
lulu, previous lo Ihe mIc
Tlnlli. will leave Ihe I liutolulil
I Ii pol al t : l'i it. in., sale Ukiltg plai e at
lo it, in., mid will ill urn to Honolulu ul
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15 Horses & 10 M Cattle.
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
An Unequalled Assortment and a Variety to Suit all Tastes at
IKS. JS. jOXDJUEBS
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HANDKERCHIEFS !-A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Prices. Come
and see our assortment of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, I" Great Variety, Latest Novelties; Lace and
Lisse Fans, in lilack, White and Delicate Shades; Hand Painted Fans in
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
HaND uun black lace scarfs.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatelaines, Card Cases and Purses. A Fine Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies,
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
ISP If you are in search of Holiday Goods you will do well by exatniu-
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
THOSE IN SEARCH OF
Will do well to call at our store and examine our stock of
EXQUISITE PERFUMES !
Comprising all the latest and popular odors by the best makers.
Also a fine line of new designs in
To smokers and their friends, wc offer the fullest line of
Prime Segars, Meerschaum & Briar Pipes
And General Smokers' Goods to be found in the Kingdom.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Port Nr-f.
c. j. McCarthy,
New Cummins' Block, Mehchant Stkkkt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
SOLICITOR FOli THE
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Rents directed and Houses Kented.
JF Any business entrusted to me
Will be given at the Gymnasium, un
der the auspices of the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION,
SATURDAY EVE. DEC. IS,
Ai d Continuing Four Nights.
Teams from the following Countries
CANADA, I'ORH GAL.
SI AMI Tit k I IS,
SO CI NTS.
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Do you own a safi:? Delays
arc decidedly dangerous it'
you do not. Business men
frequently decline to give cre
dit where persons are so care
less about their business that
they neglect to provide them-
selves with thejiropcr facili
ties for securing their books
Jiooks and papers are not
insurable except through tin;
means of a safe. "We believe
we sell the only reliable Small
Safe in Honolulu the price
TOILET CASES I
: t HoMolnlu. If. 1.
will receive prompt attention.
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The Holidays !
WEMER & CO.'S
L ARGE NE ff STOCK
BY THE AUSTRALIA,
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; Novell irs. Ill hhort, eve
pet laininu' to a llrl-clas .lewelry
OF ALL KINDS.
f Price to suit the time.
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