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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 23, 1890
0AI1U RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. TO TAKE EFFECT OCT. 2 3, 160O. t it a ixh A.M. A.M. P.M. r.M. I.ettve Honolulu. ..0:15 M:45 1:15 4:30t Arrive IIonoulIull.7:2 9:49 2:49 5:3M Leave IIonoullall.7:30 10:51 3:51 5:45t Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 6:50f t Saturdays only. 53-tf Sundays excepted. Tide. Sun and Moon. BT C. . LTOXS. h1 r r c Day d-i 2 " r Z. vt & X i i ! e: :ft.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Mon.... 22 0..JG 1.20 C.2oj 7.00 r,.Zi rae... :a:i, 1.20 2 OOi 7.00! 8. Go 6.34 Wed.... 2t 2.f)0 2.30 7.30i 9.01 C 35 Tbnr... -' 2.0 3. CO 8.00,10.00 6.315 i Fri 2 3.11) n..1o 8.30 0.4'i 6.30 Bt 27j 4.00; 4.2!1 9.20 11.20 ..''.! Ban.... 2 S.Ooj 5.20 10.00 U. U0 6.37 7C B a 6.2t 6.25 3.23 4.19 6. 2.',i 5.17 5.26 6.27 6.15 risen C.09 7.00 7.64 1 ho whistle of the Honolala Htenn PUnlns Mill is blown daily by electric signal from the bnrvey office precisely at Honolala mean noon. it Bound again at 28 mi n. 33 sec. past 1 o clock p. m. of Honolala mean time, to correspond with I'ib. Om. Os. as given by chronometers set for Ureenwicb iuean time. TbU last is especi ally for tbo benefit of mariuerr and jewelers. Meteorological. BAROM. THERMO 59 5? Day fcS a 3 3 o a b 5 5 a 67 6ft 67 69 70 61 tan. :li 3o.05i29.9r. Mon jl5 30.U2i29.9-l 780.10 78.0.08 77!0.02 62' 64 65 ; 70, 79i. 79; -i 2 a N E .'I aes 16 30.04:29.9 2 9 N E Wed 17 :Jo.0; Thur 1 30.05. 73 73 0.04 0.00 0.00 0.03 N E 21.97 10 N K Fri.. 1:29. 99, 29.8m 7f 81: 10 NE W 3 HW-N Ht..l2ll!au.85 -J9.77 SH1FPING INTELLIGENCE. AKUIVALS. Monday, Doc. 22. S hr M K Foster from Kauai, irchr Kaulihia from Hanupcpe. Schr Lavinia froiu Kauai. DEl'AKTl'KES. Monday, Dec. 22. Stm r .las Makee, Macauley, lor Kapaa. fcitnir VVaialeale, Chaney, for Honnapo and 1 luluu. R M 8 Almueda, Morse, for the Colonies. UBS Mohican, Shepard, for a cruise. VKSSKLH LEAY1NU TO-DAY. Stiur (.I.uidme, Davis, for Kahului at 5 I m. fcitnir Mikalutla, Campbell, for Kauai at 5 p in. sritmr Kaala, ilagland, for Kilauea and Ilanalei at 4 p tu. 6tmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai at 5 p m. Schr Sarah and Kliza for Koolau. Hchr lialeakala for Hawaii. Schr Lavinia for llanapepe. Hour Kaulilua for Kauai. Am tern John 1 North, Ipsen, for San Francisco, via MaliuKona. Schr Kawailani for Koolau. 1 15 M S Nyniphe, Turner, for a cruise. VESSELS IN I'OKT. H II MSNyninhe, Turner, from Molokai. ltark Wakefield, Howes, New York. Hark (jirvan, Angus. Liverpool. Schr Iiobt Lewers.l'enhallow.ruget Sound. Shipduardian.T M Maden, Tort Townse'd 15k Discovery, McNeill, San Francisco. Am tern Alcalde, A E Smith, Port T'd. Am tern John C North, Ipsen, Eurtka. UkWiu Le Lacheur.Wm Auld, Hongkong. Schr Olga, Rodin, San Francisco. Am tern Vesta, F rid berg, Eureka. VESSELS GXl'ECTED. Vessels. Where from. Due. Bk Charlotte Liverpool Jan 15 Ship Fifeshire Liverpool Feb 25 Bk Santiago New York Feb 21 Bk Vivax New York Mar 1 Ship J C Porter Departure Hay.. 8 S China San Francisco. .Dec 25 BkSli Wilder San Francisco.. Dec 21 Bk W II Dimond...San Francisco. .Dec 24 Schr J C Ford (Mahukona)S F.Dec 25 Bgtne Lurline (Hilo) S F Dec 20 Bk W W Case San Francisco. .Dec 31 Bk C D Bryant San Francisco. .Dec 27 Bk Electra San Francisco. .Dec 28 15k F S Thompson.. (Kahului)Nan.. Jan 1 Bk C O Whitmore.. Newcastle Jan 10 i: M S S Zealandia. Colonies Jan 10 Bk J C rtluger Bremen Feb 25 I'ASSENGEKS. DEPARTURES. For the Colonies, per 11 M S S Alameda, Dec 22 Col V ii Ballingall, A Fowler ami wife, 3 steerage to Sydney and 47 saloon and 3'J steerage passengers in transit. siurriNo notes. The schooner Alcalde finishes discharg ing lumber to-day. She will likely load sugar for San Francisco. The ship Guardian was hauled on the Murine U&ilwav yesterday to be cleaned. A large shed is being erected at the (). B. & L. Co.'s new whart for storing freight. The American tern John O. North, Cap tain Ipsen, will sail to-day in ballast for Mahukona to load sugar for San Francisco. The schooner Robert lowers took in sugar from the steamer Mikahala yester day. The steamer W. Ct. Hall is due this even - ing with sugar from windward ports. The schooner Mary E. Foster brought yesterday IX) bags rice and 1.150 bags sugar from llanapepe, Kauai. The s:gar goes on board the bark Girvan to-day. The bark Girvan will complete discharg in" her cargo from Liverpool in a few days. She has already received 19,000 bags sugar. During New Year's week she will depart for Sn Francisco with about 33,000 bags sugar, weighing nearly 2,100 tons. According to a recent number of the New York Maritime Register, there were "launched on November 2t!ih at the various shipbuilding yards at Maine, eight new vessels, their tonnage ranging from 371 to 3.047 ton . N 1)1 El. PF.IN rlAKD In this city, December 22d, YViiliaru Keinhard. a native of Germany, ai'ed HI vears. rO- 'Funeral from the residence of Mrs. Sieger on King street, at 3 o'clock this (Tuesday) afternoon. Uepaiinre of the S. S. Alameda. The H. M. S. Alameda sailed at 8:15 yesterday morning. The scene of parting was a very pleasant one. The Hawaiian Band by permission were allowed to play. Conspicuous among the passengers were the Chief Jastice of bamoa with his aide-de-cam;, and Mr and Mrs. Fowler, recently married. Nothing bo attracts the attention of a stranger to the Islands as the very pretty custom of friends of the parting decorating them with leis. LOCAL AND GENERAL. .Se notice of sale of lease in this ihhue. A lk;v bankruptcy notice appear elsewhere. A dotr has been advertised for in another column. The Enterprise Hack Company have a notice elsewhere. Henry Davis & Co. have Lice Christmas trees for sale. See list of winning numbers in the Wichman watch club. Frank Spencer has. appointed Chas. T. Gulick as his agent for the time being. The Alameda's forty-seven bags of mail contained G,337 letters and nearly 7,000 papers. Stockholders of the People's Ice and Refrigerating Company have a meeting this afternoon. x .. . - . Hon. Curtis I'iehu Iaukeahas been appointed Secretary of the Depart ment of Foreign Affairs. The S. S. China is due on Thurs day morning from San Francisco with four days' later news. The Mohican left for liana, Maui, yesterday evening for target prac tice, and expects to be back by .New Year's, , Levey's auction sale was largely attended yesterday evening ; arti cles, mostly Christmas present, sold very well. The arrests up to 11 o'clock last night were three cases of drunken ness; others for common nuisances, assault and battery and insanity. The Japanese connected with Ha waiian Evangelical work held a very pleasant sociable at the Lyceum last evening, which was largely attended. By order of the Marshal, Mr. Jas. F. Morgan sells oil-paintings at his salesroom to-day at noon. This evening he holds his last Christmas sale of toys. Among the freight per tteamer Alameda was a lady's safety bicycle. It is a "Columbia," and as hand some a piece of workmanship iu the bicycle lino we over saw. The members of the Hawaiian Band meet for practice to-day for the first time since their vacation. A concert will be given Christmas afternoon at Lniuia Square. The Hawaiian Gazette, a ten-page edition, io published to-day. It con tains several laws passed by the Legislature, some interesting for eign news and many items of local importance. According to the sale of some of George Washington's effects, the "Father" of his country evidently temptod the hekle goddess 1 ortune for six tickets of the Delaware Lot tery were found among them. Something very rare in the furni ture lino is an inlaid Milo table, six feet in diameter ; it is beautifully polished and made from a Hawaiian wood not often seen. The table can be seeu to-day at Hopp & Co.'s, fur niture dealers, on King street. It's a beauty ; don't miss it. The lecture on Christmas Customs and Christmas Carols by Mr. F. M. English, B. A., this evening at the Y. M. C. A. hall will be very inter esting. It is a seasonable subject, and will be followed by a humorous musical sketch Mrs. Sutherland Tompkyns at Home. Owing to a severe cold Miss Nolte cannot sing and the sketch is substituted by request. Wednesdav will be Christmas Eve. and on that day there will be a Christmas dinner at the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at G p. m. Mr. P. M. Lucas, the obliging steward, will have a sumptuous bill of fare, including many California relishes. Parties of any number can be accom modated on application to Mr. Lucas. Here's a chance to get to a good Christmas square meal. SUPREME COURT--AT CHAMBERS. Monday, Dec 22. BEFORE M'CULLY, J. In re bankruptcy of Manuel Yiera. Proof of claims and election of as signee. One claim proved amount ing to $1,851.08, and J. F. Hackfeld appointed assignew under 1,500 bonds. In re bankruptcy of J. Haole. Proof of claims and election of as siguoe. Two clients proved amount ing to ? 1.114 :5:5 ami 11. L. Auerbach appointed assignee under 4,000 bonds. BEFORE BICKEUTON, J. In re bankruptcy of Apana. Peti tion of Hyman Bros, for adjudica tion. Ordered that Apana be ad judged a baukrupt, and Monday, December 29ib, be set for proof of claims and election of assignee. Cecil Brown for petitioners; J. M. I Davidson for baukrupt. In probate, guareiiuship 01 Liliza Meek, miner. That G. S. Hough- tailing, guardian, have leave to mortgage the minor's property and to apply proceeds towards payment of a certain claim aud the cost of two cottages. Australian colonies are much hroused over the question of the Xew Hebrides, of which France aud Australia are both endeavor ing to get coi.trol. At present the Australians have the advantage. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. Camerluo's Itafrlgerator. Arrives, jtr S. b. Alameda. filled with dainty Fruit? and Oysters for Christmes: Grapes, Fears, Mandarin Oysters, Oregon and Cali fornia Apples, Cauliflowers, Celery; also a full supply of liaisens and Nuts, Smyrna and California Figs. Ex Alameda A Consignment of Fine Breed of Chickens; also fat Boosters for the table. With the Cnion Ice Company we have stored Forzen Turkeys and Poultry- of all kinds for Christmas, Prices reason ab!e. Mutual Tel. 373. IV) 3t California Fruit Market, Tub New Model Lcnch Rooms have opened private dining rooms upstairs, to be open all all night, All the delicacies of the season including frozen oysters and game will be served by courteous waiters. 146-lw Tctu loncrtiscnunts. Stockholders' Meeting. THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF Stockholders of the Peoples' Ice & Re- Smith, THIS TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at z o ciock. A lull attendance is request ed as business of importance wiil be brought lorward. G. 1'. CASTLE, 150-lt Secretary. NOTICE. nil AS. T. GULICK IS MY DULY J authorized agent in Honolulu till fur ther notice. All parties indebted to me for rent or otherwise are requested to set tle with him at his office, 38 Merchant St., llonolulu.il. I. FRANK SPENCER. - Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1893. 150-3t 1355-lt The Enterprise Hack Co. HAS BEEN RE-ORGANIZED and has removed to Carriage Stand o. 13, opposite the Po ice Station. Telephone orders will receive prompt attention and the public guaran teed satisfaction. Wagonetts furnished at a few minute's notice. 0Bell Tel. 113; Mutual Tel. 030. WALLACE JACKSON, 150-lm Manager. NOTICE. WILL THE GENTLEMAN who picked up my St. Bernard Newfoundland Slut onoosite 'ost Olhce, Monday afternoon, 15th inst., kindly return same at once to save trouble. Anyone holding the above dog after this date will be prosecuted. 11. U. PALilKK, 150-lt Grand House. NOTICE. TF THOSE OF OUR CUSTOMERS -L who litivc- iinLsflMfHi their last nunrter's account will call and do so before the end of this month we will esteem it an accom modation. J. EMMELUTH & CO., 149-tf No. 0 NuuauuSt. LOST. EITHER ON BERETAN: ia, King or WaiKiki Road, a pair of Spectacles and Case, made by Lloyd of boston. Mass, binder reiurn to Advertiser Olfice and be rewarded. 148 Oahu Railway & Land Co 4 SPECIAL MEETING OF THE -A Stockholders of the Oahu Railwav A and Co. will be held at the Chamber of Commerce Rooms in Honolulu, on WED- NESDAY. Dec. 31, 1890, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of amending the By-laws and other important business. W. G. ASH Liu 1, Secretary O. R. & L. Co. Honolulu, Dec. 17, 1890. 148-td H. F. WICHMAN WATCll & CLUB! If you are thinking of joining a Club. do not delay, but join now and secure a lace m the btn Club I The following drew their Watches on Monday, December 22d : Club 1 Member No. Club 2 Member No. Club 3 Member No. Club 4 Member No. 45. 15. SO. 51. Club 5 Member No. Club 6 Member No. 23. We Have a Few More Places Open! Parties living outside of Honolulu desiring to join one of the Clubs can make their payments by mail. 0"These watches are cased in solid 14 Karat Gold, with fine full jeweled Waltham Movements, and are warranted to be ac curate Time Pieces. 11. F. WICHMAN, Prop. J. A. LUCKETT. Manager. 132-lt The Cosmopolitan Restaurant, BETHEL STREET. The Proprietors of this most popular Restaurant take pleasure in informing their patrons and the public generall that they have greatly increased their accom modations and are now prepared to seat over sixty boarders. The tab'es are furnished with the best the market affords; and Meals can be ob tained at any hour. Boarding, per week, - - $4.50 Boarding, private room, per week 5.50 yTHK Cosmopolitan is the cooltst and most comfortable Restaurant in Ho nolulu. YOUNG & CO., 13G-2w Proprietors. Marshal's Sale! BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the Police Court, on the day of . 1.VJ0, against Mrs. Kva Johnson defendant, in favor of Pacific Hardware Co. plaintiff, for the sum of $10tM. I have levied upon and shall ex pose for sale at Morgan's auction room in the District of Honolulu. Lland of Oahu. at 12 o'clock of TUESDAY, the 23d dav of December. A. D. 1890, to the highest "bid tier, all the right, title and interest of the said Mrs. Eva Johnson defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs and in expenses be previously paid. List f "property for sa'e: One large Oil Taini'ig of a boy; one large Oil Painting of N:uphof the Wave. C. L. HOPKINS. Marshal, llcn.jlulu, Nov. 21, ISA). 12'lm mr JUST AREIVED I 2 Wcraavcf Pianos THE BEST FOR THIS CLIMATE. For ED. BLOJJ'JTSCHLEGEIl & Co 1296 lon-lr 1 Christinas Present GO BENSO : Arr buy i a : bottle ;of : Lubin's Piuaud's j Colgate's i Eastmans ; Gosnell's Luiidborg's : or : Itfckstcker's Pei fumes ! : Don't Forget a Bottle of - MA1LE COLOGNE ! 54 Direct From 3?aris I We have Just Received an Ass'nit of V ED. PINAU1)S V PERFUMES, HAIlt OILS, DENTIFRICE, Eau de Quinine for the Hair, AND IAJBIN'S EXQUISITE PERFUMES. Our Own Importation! Guaranteed Genuine! Sold at Lower Prices than in San Francisco! 54 TOYS AND NOT FOR SALE! TOYS AND DOLLS GIVEN AWAY AT N. S. SACHS', 104 Fort St. Holiday Goods! tXSTli you are in search ot Holiday Goods, call ujwn us, and 6ee the IMMENSE VARIETY" of NOVELTIES we are displaying, suitable for CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS' PRESENTS Immense Assortment of FANCY PLUSH GOODS At Exceptionally Low Trices! Hand-painted Porcelain Placques In a variety of shapes and sizes, illustrated with a variety of subjects, such as Animals, Flowers, Landscapes, etc., etc. EMBROIDERED BOX SUITS An immense variety and prices within reach of all ; suitable and acceptable presents. Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Silk Embroidered Handkerchiefs, GENTLEMEN'S SILK UMBRELLAS, HAND SATCHELS, PAINTED FANS, GENT'S FIXE SILK SCARFS, III) GLOVES, ICID GLOVES Silk Shawls, Cashmere Shawls, GENT'S SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TOHCHON LACE SCARF TIDIES, LACE BED SETS. OT"We have all the above in great variety, and at Reasonable Prices ! Before making your purchases, come and examine our Stock. 5t)-;f JJittrUstnunts. v I Wdtiiiiavtr Grand ! EXPECTED TO ARRIVE SHORTLY. Sale bv Kme and Bethel Streets. TO (, Sill i m BKNSON. SMITH & CO. DOLLS ! BUT GIVEN AIM ! 2Cru HOLIDAY IVatcrlwiso's REAL LACE, SILK, CAMBRIC, EMBROIDERED and TLA1N LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. EMBROIDERED and PAINTED TIDIES. PLAIN AND FIGURED INDIA SILKS EMBROIDERED WOOL CURTAINS, SATE FN and 1)SGEE DRAPERIES, HEMSTITCHED EMBROIDERED FLOUNCING, A L LOVER and NARROW EMBROIDERIES, LACE FLOUNCINGS and LACES, NEW AND LATEST STYLES IN VEILING, SHAWLS, FASCINATORS and CLOUDS, Ladies' Purses, Hand Satchels, Bags RIBBONS, Plain and Fancv, in endless variety, lVst Stock of KID GLOVES in the City. A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF TOYS, TOYS, Presided over bv the " LADY WATERHOUSE'S FORT-STREET STORE. ' ' New Goods! " PENNSYLVANIA " and NEW EASY A N MOWERS, Elavil and China, Silver !Platedvare, Lamps, Chandeliers WM. G. FISCHER'S Famous Grand Active and Gol- Jden Anvil Wrought Steel (Mil Ranis ! u u OF ALL SIES, With Boiler and Hot Water Attachment if dt sired. Consuming one-third Ipss fuel, either wood or coal, than any other Stove in existence. No Brick work about it! Just a Clean Cut Stove ! Whose Baking qualities are unsurpassed, lnantular Grates. FOR SALE BY THE HAWAIIAN (LIMITED). 100-v Opp. Sprocket Bank, Bargains! - : -:o:- THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D., Beg to announce that in consequence of they are Removing their Stock of Goods to the McINJORNY BLOCK During removal, in order to Their Entire Stock is TO Til PI TRADE. Persons requiring anything in their line will find this a socially favoi- able opportunity. TSTew Goods, Have lately been received and PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU, Fort Street, GOO KIM & CO., jNTJUAM ST. HOLIDAY GOODS! Dolls, Toys, Smokeis' Sets, Brushes, Velvet Cases, Toilet Seta, Albums, and a large and varied assortment of Chinese Gods Suitable for Xmas and New Years' lHESIISTTS. Gents' and 13oys' Clothing DRY GOODS and TAILORS' SUPPLIES. JCCOur Stock ha3 just been replenished in Every Department with NEW GOODS! HO-lni GOO KIM & mtiscmcntj. GOODS! Fort - stroot Store. OF THE PERIOD !" 137-lai New Goods! T.j "I'm" j ', "yumi, 'lm'JF I'l.'f"1',1 L 'i'iu'S ,,!MS1'.b'' 11 HAEDWAEE CO., Fort Street, Honolulu, - Bargains! extensive repairs to their building, save exjense of handling, JXI OH'crd at Reduced Rates! ILSTew Goods fresh invoices are on the way. Honolulu. 11 -td CO. Nuuanu Street.