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DAILY PACIFIC COMJUEKCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 18, 1888.
i. OF HONOLULU, H. I. r ooRT u:i:ivals. Monday, Dec. 1. ,.inSfromSawiliwili. ..1A" Koolau. ifeffH-akua, Ha- r ptl A" Monday, Dec. 17. , Janeiro for Hongkong iVS Davie? , for Kabului and rfrl?:,P Mcdregor, for Alolokai, ,C VntU-rwood, for AN aianae Jti'a '"Jjuee. Macaulay, for Kapaa, 3-at5p?furKwa.0alm. Snav Ta.iIuv. L 5u-tralw. Houdlette, for San is-i hah r'.-ecman, for Kauai, 5 s. ... loalc, Campbell, for Kilauea iHanaki.lr1mWlus, Zseilson, for for J 'l, W.9?,7V Clark, for Hamakua and Wtt.niforKoolau. s K u iluafor Kauai. forKoolau. L-T .Ullt LOCAL AND GENERAL. The jury panel for January are being summoned. . ,....:, .t of Produce. paiiv "ri1 ' r. vs suar. Bags rice. Mis. pigs. V LTJV ... . - Heei?- : iw . L'."JW v lASKXOKKS. ARRIVALS. i .hnlui and wav ports, per stnir t I) c 3-W von riffflcMrs Fisher iVren lr .1 B Bailey, T Rosewarn. ? kC iMakee. NOmstead.G C Wil "V'Vf i n Wnlhridere.Miss Grace 4-; and Wilt'. " ----- ' ,.r xr iXv Mrs J B Ainenon, n jitrjt-r, I HEPAKTI'UES. ,rMolokairtr stmr Mokolii, Dec. 17 - Maui rer tmr Likelike, Dec. 17 i" , ,n ..K0rinin.SLui Kekumano, trSu K II Hart and wife. J M US T V Hobron, Miss M 13 Green ifSlaln. Mr Kanoelehua, and 00 passenger. r hupping notes. Vagrancy one, drunk two, were yes- tonlov'c o rrncfo S. S. Australia sails at noon to the music ot tne lioyai Hawaiian Uand. The Supreme Court will resume its Danco session at l o clock tins atternoon. Christmas and New Year's Day are 1 1 T 1 1 prociaimeu as puunc uoiiaays. Mr. J. F. Morgan's first Christmas' evening sale will be neld on Wednesday. A fresh crusade against unlicensed dogn was oegun by tne police yesterdar. IT TV AT TJnvalkt lafolv Wf Ana. tralia for Samoa, probably to relieve the lizard. Mr. Levey holds his next Christmas sale this evening tancy goods, jewelry, 4 luvs, eic. The pound master has selected Christ mas for the sale of a number of un claimed horses in his custody. Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son's calendar for 1SS9 is issued. It is clear, neat and a ft i e convenient liKe tne iormer issues . The Hawaiian News Company has our hearty thanks for liberal files of San i rancisco papers per b. b. R;o de Janeiro. Thp pnrront. nnmW nf thft T'Ar.irUsfi nf the Pacific is creditable to the new editor and his managing associate. It contains a variety of matter well adapted to ad vertise Hawaii's attractions abroad. " TTis Mflipsfv f.ivpi n. dinner at the PfllnA lasf. Tiicrlif. tn Col. Hoffman. ATaior Seward, Ir. C. C. Coleman and other visitors to his dominions. I he Koyal tt : : t i n i : ,1 n radius with fine music during the feast. Snmphndr on the Waianae side re ported the S. S. San 3Iateo off that place at 3:30 o'clock vesterdav afternoon, thmnffh tn a m nt nil I IR pnnonft imps. is night'came on without any San Mateo, it was concluded tnat tne amateur looKout man mistook the departing S. S. Rio de Janeiro for the expected vessel. Moonlight Concert. The Band will play this evening at Thomas Square, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the programme : 1. March Express, Meidhardt 2. Overture Emma of llesbureh ; Meyerbeer 3. Ga vatina The Mart vrs .Donizetti . v a nai ion a oerman isong ucns 5. Selection Martha Flotow 0. Fantasia Forge in the Forest. Michaelis 7. Galop Flott .. : Strauss 8. Polka Pouting Face .Faust Hawaii I'onoi. 2 . derinc of spvpn ifr-bnnnd sailino' v-pssels in the sea of Azov. The crews managed to reach loganrog after severe unenng. The Duchess of Sutherland died at the. Stafford House. Her fatal illness was" the result ot a cold contracted when she went to see the Duke of Sutherland off for America, though she had been suffer ing from an incurable illness for years. JUU'eriisnimits. JUST ARRIVED SPECIAL KUSINKSS ITEMS. Messrs. King: IJros. cordially iu- vite tlie public to inspect their line of lately imported Goods, person ally selected Iy Mr. XV. C. King. Havana Cigars,' Bavarian Beer, of the Hackerbrau Brewery, Muncben; Strassburg Beeiv Flensbnrg Beer, Double Extra Stout Bottled bj"M.B. Foster & Sons, London; French Clarets, of superior qualities ; German Preserves, in tins. FOR SALE BY -031 drrrnsrincntf). $5,000 Ii3 Worth of SILVER Giren Away Visit Our Store and yet Your Holiday Presents GEATIS! PEACHBLOW-WAKE. GLASS WAEE, Etc. Pai Qf Have! 1U1 VV fUJO. ft For 30 Days! 5 Ed ieger & Co., H.INQ AND BETHEL STKEETS. 150 1203-tf H b s -a. t- - I I great bargains Qm (jraiK STIVER Gift Sale ! i he steamer Pele ha' been lowered from Marine riUlway. . Y. fi. Hall is due this after- in from wind ward port. Wbarkt-ntine Discovery received sugar -the steamer .Mikaiiaiu on .uonuiu. -..n.nnnn hifL- Jnmcs A. Kins:. Cap' 111'" 111"" " ' . , T- ' 1 H.H.r':rry,i?2o days out irom j. ugei hi. V team-hii liio de Janeiro. Captain i.Ward, sailed for Hong Kong and lo- .mi iwpmlipr lTtbw-itblD Japanese i 8i Chinese .-teerage passengers irom :. rort. Cummins, wbicb lett .iViv - tforNawiliw ili on Saturday atternoon, "wlthere after a quicK run oi xl uuurs. ufnicr firo aVWL- Rnndav afternoon iroloVial nirlmr nf.iin for Honolulu, tm V. r. Kanoa and H. W. Kanoa teaatfusj-age. arrived in Honolulu liar .F.? early -Monday morning, 11K hours .maFJiiw. A Orman man-of-war rerrentlv visited the Gilbert Islands and punished the natives for various olfenses committed on German subjects. Heavy fines ac- companied b cautions as to tneir luture conduct were imposed, borne ol tne natives were taken prisoners to Jaluit pending a settlement oi some long-sxanu- 1112 trouble on tlie island. of Holidav Goods, look in at N. S. ISachs' store, be is display ing an immense variety oi iaucy u well as usetul gooas, suitauie iorturwuuus gifts. . - f will be offered at Clici-iai iuwv4,v.. . . Sachs' store, 104 Fort street, during this Holiday season. uo mere aim jwih prices. a flnaocsnrtmpnf nf -liild rens' dresses, . V XJll , :fnft' ros -nfsints' lace and silk caps, and sash ribbons, at exceptional low prices, at Sachs' store. Everything new at Fishel's. The finest line of Holiday Goods can be seen at Fishel's. ,-vf nnmnlprp st.npk of Felt and Straw lUU'l . -" Hats can be had at Fishel's. On a of the neatest advertising sou venirs of this season is the Congress Re movable Memorandum, presented by the union eed uomiany to ns pairons. It is in morocco covers with a pad re- ... t r ii .1 placeable witn.a new one wnen nneu. Duplicate pads'will be supplied on appli Pitinn tr tliA jvhnvft romranv. The local editor of this paper is indebted to the Union Feed Company for a copy, with - m . , i A 1 Ti his name in gilt letters on tne cover, xi mfll-ps .in old fellow feel as crood as when he used to get a penny pictur book of wild beasts. Anrued and Supreme Court At Chambers. Monday, Dec. 17. fcininal Division. Before Judd, C.J, ; Ccliy.rresto!), Bickerton and Dole, f. Tlie King vs. August C. Fernandes larsev-Oeneral C. W. Ashford for the J"'wa; A. S. Hartwell for the defend i: Yinltmif .p 1. phan. 67. Session U lSvS. Defendant's appeal from ; Court, Honolulu. . aitteJ. 1M- livismn "Rforr tlf fllUbftncll. JjgWoChan & Co. vs. The Hawaiian jerainent. A. S. Hartwell for plain js; Attorney-General Ashford for the r-adant. Case stated for submission pout action. Argued and submitted. f question involved is the constitu M of the law of 18SS against li ;sd tradesmen (not in the liquor bus- i) keeping more than a certain i-atityof liquor in their shops or stores, f appellants having had eleven cases nor confiscated by the Police Justice pase they were shipped on the ier Likelike for Maui without being ped and labeled according to certain psiona of the statute. Vf ty Division. Before the full C Monting et al. vs. Leong for plaintiffs ; A. S. Hartwell enilant3. Equity appeal. Argued Personal. Geo. W. Macfarlane the appointment of Cham m r a f 1 Selling off Below-Cost! AVILL COMSIEXCE ON MONDAY, DEC. 17. ITA-NCY GOODS ! Glass and China Ware, Cut Steel Jewelry, Etc. Dinner and Tea Sets VASES, TOYS. ETC. GOO -KIM, ICS 2W 59 Nunann Street. During this Sale every customer purchasing the amount of $2.50 worth will receive a handsome SILVER PRESENT. Come and examine our New Goods, and yon wilt find them much newer and LOWER IN PRICE than elsewhere. J" GRAXD DISPLAY aifotrtistmcats. -OF- FOE RENT. THE PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOUSE and Premises, on the corner of King and Alapal streets, at present occupied by Rev. E. G. Beckwith. Possession given in January. For terms apply to 175-tf Attorney foi Mrs. H. E. Coohe. mil I Police Court. Monday, Dec. 17. llH Makaulio w., W. L. Davis, -uusier, Kaiokaiaihawena, nai sames Moran, Lulia w., Palm w., v 0a Kahalewai w- Mauliha; iMatcr and Pedro (15), drunk, $5 t!?Iosu an1 Makaulia, disturbing ' 01 the nisri.f r in I I'owvr, assault and battery on ' -T"r' unlawful possession of ?P 1-0 and 20 days' hard labor. ssault and bat- lJat Makua, $3. s acquitted on a charge of relive i C- houdlette, - permitting . p);!?n?ers to land contrarj' to ntmued till to-morrow. I Koloa Noteei. , Clonal correspondent at Koloa, .- - ws the following- feu I'?- returned to Koloa by the i1' !Sa?ain busv grinding. htLu- ,whne Mrs. Geo. Ch f Wj '0U river washing lier hands, i'ti,; , ater snake 9 inches long, Ci thn a piece of thread, -iiU an e) es. It is quite a curi WsSn now 1m? seen at Mr. Char- $ nou-1? ha Paid a visit to Koloa 8uet of Mr. F. J. Turner, ;!,tAo. He brought with him a trjv?: )rtment of toys, as well as a carSn,of Christmas and New mottfJ so fancy work Plusl1 al" .y J s. etc. J father has again paid us a C barman ias received rlain to His Majesty Kalakaua. SATr li. C. Lvon is in the Kingdom . T l arranging tor the coming uaymona ex cursion from the States. aTpscm T.ahiliihi and Kanoclehua left on the Likelike for a temperance crusade on Maui, under the auspices of the Ha wiiifinTtlnft Ribbon Leasue. The first noinoi .un n mpmhpr for Honolulu. elected on the late Mr. Gibson's ticket, in the Legislature of 1SS2. r4tn W TT. Dimond. whom our citi zens are alwavs glad to see honored as " a Honolulu boy," is coraiauy enuurscu bv the San Francisco News Letter as the nominee for Jsupenntenaent oi ineiumt ;-v Tf Kflvs that ' when such men are recognized and the professional politicians are ignored, pontics wm iiac been elevated to a distinctively higher plane." - The Hawaiian Gazette. This week's issue of the Gazette is remarkably interesting. It contains specialties not appearing in the Adver tiser one being a full report with edi torial compliments, from a Scotch paper, of the marriage of Mr. W. H. Purvis, of Kukuihaele, Hawaii, to Miss Mabel . Turner at her home in St. Andrews, Scotland ; another, Williams, Dimond & Co.'s latest sugar trade circular. A re port by Rev. J. A. Cruzan ol the mnerai services of the late Mrs. Dickson held in San Francisco, including that gentle man's sermon, is reprinted in full from this paper. Also, full accounts of the British annexation of the Cook Islands Snmoa. There is be sides a very complete budget of city and country home news. As hundreds of ovtrn fonips have been printed to fill advance orders for this issue, it is pro- . . ii . bable that there will be a run on xne ,rr.lnr fdition till mail-closing. First come first served so long as the papers last. Yet Another Fire. About the sixth alarm of fire in as many weeks occurred just as the town was rubbing its eyes open on Monday morning. An unoccupied house belong ing to Mr. Gilbert Waller opposite Emma Square was discovered on fire by a po liceman at 4:30 a.m. .Before the fire brigade arrived Messrs. J. F. Morgan, W eF. Love and others had the flames quenched with buckets of water. They nil bark room and charred its walls considerably. Incendiarism is suspected. Going Away. The following passengers are booked for San Francisco by the S. S. Australia to-day: P. A. Engineer R. G. Denig (TJ. S. N.), wife and two children, Hon. H. A. Widemann, C. C. Coleman, Mr. Seward, Miss Rickard, Master Rickard, Col. S. Hoffman,- E. Wight,' Mrs. II . T. Broderick, J. G. Clevior, H. Wootten, and Jo3. Little. ; 3STOTIOE. CHRISTMAS DAY FALLING on Tuesday, the Kinau will not sail until WEDNESDAY. TftopmVer 20. 18S8. at 2 o'clock p. m. She will arrive in Honolulu on ner re turn trip Tuesday, January 1. 1889. v WTLDERS STEAMSHIP CO. Honolulu. Dec.3. 1888.. 17 3-1 Uiristmas & New Year PRESENTS ! Diamonds, Set and Unset, Brooches, Earrings, Bracelets, Shawl and Scarf Pins, Etc. A full assortment of Sleeve Buttons and Studs, Ladies Chains in new designs, Gents Vest Chains, It is our unalterable determination to have no rpronrse to misleading or misrepresentation. Our ori-Tti!AmDnt trulv re- r! , t . v at- 'i - tj t. v presents the goods wegr i . .-sit i ,f jkf k?iV.j l in Look at our Hotel St. window and see the fine display of Silverware sui table for the Holidays. The near approach of the Holidays and over stock of Goods make it imperative that we make tlie most radical and sweeping changes in or.r prices, and we feel fuilj justitied in publicly as serting that in the connnc " Hi'? week our patrons can se II $ cure advantages in Pry ' ilr ;w Goods, Millinery, Gents' a' ' v, TTnrnisbincr Goods which '. t " , . i nffpr for sale. " , V K - 1 y.5iiuwuc c4ua... y . Over 120 dozen of Ladies' rSSgSggfr? C? FTOSTERY f fine white untrimmed ? - -n UVOlUll X - m i n i 1 S -s-3 This is the heaviest cut in Straw flats. prices ever attempted. WE WILL MAKE REDUCTIONS IX ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS ! THE LEADLNU 1- LLNKJiY HOUSE OF HS. J KISHE l 74-1 f.i TEMPLE Hi o ASHION For Kent or For Sale. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES . . -r . r, 'fH ftATvp K ill? A 1L t( Ad Ail A ULlXilULi i; f In Ierfect r5er. ' A few minutes' walk from the Po3t Office. . . A 15Stf A great variety of Silver & Silver Plated Ware HUGO STANGENWALD. M.D JAMES OA.RTY Can be found next door to the P. C. A Office, Merchant Street. Hacks Nos. 18, 37. 66, 75, 180 AND WAGONETTE HO. Kell Teleplione 204, Mutual 590. 203-tf 63 and (35 Fort Street, Christinas awl New Years Goods Toys, Toys, Toys, of- every description! Dolls, Dolls, of all sizes! SPECIE I . . In i )TICE ! ... ....... .rv.i-nnivT i 1)T? rT ACITV.'I OCeaillC SteaillSllip CO. W out mirEntire Stock of Ginghams and Cheviots at an immense AYENNER & CO., 163tf Fort Street. HURRAY & LIMAH'S FLORIDA WATER The Unircrsal Perfame For the Toilet, the Bath and the Handkerchief. In view of the attempts made recently Jby some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, beanng the eeneral outward appearance ot the genuine, we call attention to the distinguishing marks ot the genuine Murray & Lanman FLORIDA STATER. Each bottle of the article bears on its neck the 1 rade Mark, which appears alongside this notice ; and on each leaf, ot the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it, appears in faint water mark letters the words LANMAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If either be lacking reject the article as spurious. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The; Al steamship " VTJ S T K-AJLI.A-," if 15 1 III Wrill leave Honolnlu for the above port on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1888, At Noon. X-For Freight or Passage apply to ' WM. G. IRWIN & CO., AGENTS. Tf EDUCTION IX PRICES ! Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs in the latest designs; Elegant assortment in Silk Handkerchieis ; c New assortment in Berlin Shawls ; Kmbroidercnl Cassemere Shoulder scarfs; Iar'i-ft assmt. of Kihbon's, just the thing for the season. DEESS GOODS ! DKESS GOODS ! Persian Cassemerein all shades, lonbie width, at 35 cents ier yard ; New Novelties in Dress Goods, at 25 cents ier yard ; Ladies', Gent's awl ( Maine's slices, at Low Prices. DOWNING & SCH3IIDT Wholesale Agents San Franclscot Cal Fop Yokohama AHonekone t?'.!f,. .r '. " The Nippon Yusen Raislia's Al Steamslilp "Taliasago Main" BROWN, Command ee,. Willbedne here from Yokohama on or about the 28th of December, and will leave for above ports, positively, on . JANUAEY 1st, 1889. e 115 124D-ly rhinese Dassensers for Hongkonff will be X- transferred at Yokohama by first steamer leaving tkt port. e- vnr FrI-lit or Passage, having snper Tor Cabin and Steerage accommodations, apply to .. Wm. i. Irwin & Co., 166-tf AGE3TTS. S. EHRLIt'H, 68 & 05 Fort St., 1Ao lOAT-im OiHKsite Irwin & Co.'s. .A. AM BUHACH ! BUHACH ! Tlie Only Genuine California Euhnch is For Sale at B EN SON, SMITH & CO.'S Who are the FOLK AGENTS and ASSIGNEES of the BUHACH PRODUCING t'()31PANY T Y STOCKTON, up m PXT Purchasers are CAUTIONED against an INFERIOR POWDER put isimilar style and labeled California lluhach. CCT CERTIFICATE OF REGISTliATION OF gta the x nTtmPTit ind Assignment of Sale and EXCLUfciv r itiuiii .10 use ritenor Department ana aki n Hawaiian Islands, from the Buhach ie name and ' of Stockton. California, to Benson, Smith & roducing and Manuiactunn0 j IMITATIONS. o..mav be seen on application. l.W.AKh Ur uiuaiiv.. :o BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, SOLE AGiiMo JL.2sv aociuxxxj. -ci it Tlie Daily P. C. Advertiser and Weekly Gazette Are tlie teail ins Newspapers in the Hiogdom.