'" AVHl be for unto D.illyut thn
. lowlnu t'inooH :
J. M. OAT, Ik. it Co Mercbinnlreet
- T.O.TIIKUM lorlstreet
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Held streeel
I'lnn. Vent ;ii Copi.
See C. J. Pibhcl's new advertisement
in another column of to-day's paper, in
regard to Christmas goods.
Mr. Dion Uoucicault, the celebrated
actor, and his wife, were through
passengers for San Francisco by the
The band played at .the Hawaiian
Hotel last evening, instead of Kmma
Square. A large and select audience
was in attendance.
The steam Whistle on the Mararoa
sounds like :i select concert of " cats,"
when they sing on the back fence in
the middle of the night.
Large crowds of people visited the
steamer Mara rot last evening. The
general opinion of the public is that she
' is the finest steamer that ever entered
' Tha sudden sickness of Mrs. South-wick
has caused nn indefinite postponement
of the young peoples'
which was announced in yesterday's
1'ress to take place at her home
A Chinese hack driver's horse had a
severe attack of runaway yesterday
evening on Nuuanu, near Leietania
street. The Chinaman, however,
succeeded in stopping the animal, by
running him alongside a telephone post
and breaking one shaft and a portion
of the harness. J
w Mr. Strong has on exhibition at the
stote of West, Dow & Co., on Fort
street, and at King Bros., on Hotel
street, some of his pictures of Island
scenery, in black, white and water-colors.
Nothing could be more appropriate
as a Christmas present to friends
in the East or the Old World than one
of these delicate, highly-finished tropical
Last, night Mr. Frank L. Winter and
Miss Catherine Mossman were united
in marriage at Fort-street Church, at 8
o'clock, by Rev. J. A. Cruzan. The
wedding was private, only a few of the
immediate friends of the.parties being
present. The church was nicely decorated
with flowers! and evergreens.
Mr. and Mrs. Winter will reside on
Nuuanu street, beyond the second
bridge. The Press wishes the young
couple, "success in life," a merry Christ
mas and many happy new years,
Messrs. Lyons & Cohen will hold
another of their popular action sales of
holiday goods to-morrow evening at
their auction rooms at the corner of
Fort and Queen streets. Many Christmas
novelties, will be offered for sale,
among which will be a fine assortment
of tidies and other fancy work,
which can be seen and examined at
their place before the sale. This popular
house has established a fine reputation
for their Christmas sales, ad deserves
the place they now occupy as
the leading auction house of the
The steamship Mararoa, Captain
Jas. Edie, left Sydney at 5 P. m. on
the 4th inst. Cleared the Heads at
5:35 p. hU, and arrived at Auckland
at 8 i. m. on the 8th; took aboard
cargo and New Zealand mails, and got
- away again" at 4:20 a. m. on the 9th;
called off Tutuila, Samoa, on the 13th,
at 5:15 a. m.j landed mails and proceeded
at 6:15 a. m.j sighted the
Islands at 11:10 a.m. on the 21st.
Experienced light, variable winds, with
fine weather to 4 deg. north; thence
to morning of 21st strong N. E. trades,
with heavy head sei.
Two boys, neither of them over four
teen years of age, were caught by a
citizen in the neighborhood of Makiki
night before last engaged in the pleasant
task of putting chickens which be
longed to another neighbor into some
tacks which they had with them. The
boys denied any intention of stealing
the chickens, and were allowed to go
after a "stick full" or two of good ad
vice had been given them. They
were, however, in the same fix" as the
negro in South Carolina was, who was
caught with a chicken in his hat, and
declared "I 'clar boss doan know how
dat chicken got dar sure I doan 1"
They say : that Hawaii was not built
in a day nor her streets and roads in
fifty years; that the yum yum boys will
hold a Christmas Carnival; that the
five-mile skatingrace will be the most
popular thing this Christmas; that the
"Aloha" perfume of Hollisfer & Co.
excels the famous Jockey Club of
Lubin; that the meny, merry
will "pop" anon; that the Luso will
have an illustrated Christmas number;
that the greatly abused Road Supervisor
is becoming penitent for his neg'
lect of duty; that the hula girls will all
receive new liolpftus at Chustmas; thai
the rain got ashamed of Hawaiian
roads and took a vacation in
. quence; that the King will favor an
opium license law at the next Legislature;
that the Hawaiian Government is
the first ' in the history of the world to
discount its -.tamped envelopes; that
an oflicial discount on taxes would not
look so bad; that the lottery question
still lies near Kiiig Kal.'s heart; that
the "We, Us & Co." political biz. is to
linvi n rlnip shave soon: that the man
who laughs is not a creditor of the
taryship of the next Legislature unless
the "boss" tells him to; that the dandy
has more cnsc than some men, if this
is so: that the Mariposa will bring lots
of Christmas presents on the twenty-
fifth instant; that the Minister of the
Interior is the author of "Vacuum" a
farce; that the "mower" isa distant rela
tive of the "dude;" that the. Hotel-street
boys have gotten up a
conundrum that makes them rest
less p nights; that the watering cart
makes black marks against the Road
Supervisor; that the price of butter is
not coming down until next April; that
the custom of the country is to get
the country into debt, and then to get
private debts out of the country; that
the logical proportions of the coming
campaign will leave the Government
with a "heart bowed down; and that
the feminincattitudcin Christmasaffairs
has the hearty endorsement of the
Ti Xeto Steamthtp ''Slararott,"
The followinc is a description of the
steamer, clipped from the Sydney Morn-
tng Htrald : I he New steamship Ma-
raroa, built by Messrs. Denney and
Brothers, Dumbarton, for the Union
Steamship Company of New Zealand,
went down the Clyde on the 22nd September
with a party of nearly 200
gentlemen on board, mostly shareholders.
The saloon and drawing-room
arc luxuriously finished and decorated
with pictures inserted by David Murray
A. R. S. A., R. W. Allen, Alfred East,
William Young, William Hackstoun,
and a series of allegorical representations
of the seasons and arts by Mr.
William Strang. The saloon has a fine
glass dome, and the corners arc filled
in with ornamental brackets and vases,
giving the facility for a fine display of
flowers, etc. The smoking room is
spacious and light, attistically fitted
with bevelled plate
colored windows, and paved with Min-
ton tiles. 1 he second saloon has the
walls panelled in beautiful specimens of
polished woods, and the vessel is fitted
with electric lights throughout. I he
sleeping cabins arc planned with every
thing most studiously arranged for
comiort and convenience. There are
a number of small Pullman cabins on
the deck, containing two berths each,
the upper one being pushed up to the
roof in the daytime and the lower berth
folded up, thus forming a private comfortable
sitting-room, with table and
easy chairs. Her principal dimensions
are Length, 320 feet; breadth, 42 feet;
and depth, molded, 26 feet; gross tonnage,
2,600. Above the upper deck is
a promenade extending over three-fourths
of the length of the ship, and
sheltered by a roof deck extending over
the length of the engine room and
boiler spaces, She is constructed of
steel according to the Lloyd's rules for
the 100 Ai three-deck class, having a
full poop, midship houses and topgallant
forcastle, straight stem and elliptical
stern. The vessel is brigantine rigged.
She has a double bottom on the cellular
system, extending from peak bulkhead,
except under the boilers,
where the ordinary floors are fitted,
capable of containing 300 tons of water
ballast. 1 he double bottom is divided
into separate compartments, and is so
arranged that each of these may be
filled and emptied independently. The
engines by Messrs. Denney & Co., of
Dumbarton, are direct-acting, and sur
face-condensing on the triple expansion
principle, having three cylinders,
one low pressure, one intermediate, and
one high pressure. The diameters, of
the cylinders are 84 inches, 5 1 incites,
and 3 1 inches respectively, with a stoke
of 4 feet 6 inches, giving an indicated
horse-power of 3,600. Steam is raised
by two double-ended steel boilers,
Having twelve of Foxe's corrugated
lurnaces. The working pressure obtained
is 160 lbs. per square inch. The
vessel will carry 150 first-class and 120
second-class passengers. She is to be
engaged in the New Zealand home
trade, and will be commanded by
Captain Edie. She is. up to all the
Admiralty requirements, and fitted for
Government service, being divided by
eight transverse bulkheads, five of
which arc water-tight, and extend up to
the upper deck. She is fitted with
hydraulic gear for loading and discharging
cargo and lowering and hoisting her
boats. Her carrying capacity is about
2,200 tons, with ample stability under
ordinary conditions of loading even
without the water ballast. The com
pany sat down to luncheon on the re
turn journey. Mr. William M'Andrew
(Chairman of the London Board of
Directors) presided,. Mr. John M.
Government; that the Hawaiian dandy assumpsit;
says he Will not run ior the
Civil Vouit Itrinn,
Monday, December 21st.
Captain Why vs. II. Ying, assumpsit;
continued until the 24th inst,
C. Afong vs. Lang Lie, deserting
contract service; ordered to return to
his employer; costs, $3.
Wilder & Co. vs. Milimiki, deserting
contract service; remanded until the
W. B. Wright vs. William and Annie
Rowe, trespass; continued until the
Win, R. Buchanan vs. II. M. Dow,
covenant; continued until the 24th inst
Samuel Nott vs. C; T, Akana,
settled out of Court; costs,
Napahuelua vs. The I.I. S. N. Co,,
assumpsit; case discontinued.
J. J. Williams vs. W. L. Wilcox,
continued until the 24th inst.
C. K. Miller vs. F. Godfrey,
continued until the 24th inst.
H. E. Mclntyre vs. Kamakea, an
action on promissory note; continued
until the 24th inst.
G. E. G. Jackson vs, J, E. Wiseman,
continued until the
fatten Knurt Itrum,
Monday, December 21st.
Three drunks paid $(5 each into the
Police Court treasury.
Jas. Thompson, charged with disturbing
the quiet of the night, was remanded
Makano, charged with assault and
battery, was fined $5 and $1 costs.
,Ah Wa Sing, charged with driving an
express without a license, was remanded
Kaluna, charged with assault and
battery, was fined $6 and $1.20 costs.
fro Mono fiiblteo.
Go lo King Bros., on Hotel street, for
cards, fern AlolTa cards and beautiful gift
Henry Hart, sit the Elite l'arlors, keeps the
best creams, Ices, candles, cigars, and the biggest
stock of Island curious to be lound In
IJtlCSIl 31XSC1C fllCS
Daily, from and after date at
Mkller & Halhe's, Confectionery.
runs 11 via: Air vakhs t kcljliiis
Daily, from and after date at
Meller it Hai.iie's Confectionery.
Vessels Expected Irani foreign Part.
HosTON.Am. bl Jas. S. SroNE Harslow
To sail Dec. 1-5, C. Hrewcr & Co,
Cknthai. Amkkica, Am. bk. D. C. Murray
.... . .Mtulgctt. Now due. Agents
Glasgow, Ilrit. bkNATUNA ...
To sail Nov. 15. F. A. Schacfcr & Co
Honokono, Hrit. bktnc Mount Lkhanon. .
Nelson. leading Oct I3. Audits.
HONOKONO, Haw. brig Am.ie Rowe,
Holland. Due Jan. 15-20.
Jai.uit, Haw. scbrJr.NNiR Waikek
Anderson, now Uiic. malic navigation
Liverpool, Diit. blc Cimlena Davies
Due Jan. 15-20. T. II. Davies S. Co.
Liverpool, Hrit. ship Stirlingshire.. Alexander,
(via Madeira.) Due March 25-30.
G. W. Macfarlane t Co. Agents.
New Castle, N. S. V. Brit, bk Lady
How EN Due
Ntw Casile.N. S .W. Hrit. bk Lady Lamp-son
Marslon, due Feb 10-15, C.
Iircwcr & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. V. bk Co.nkerancf... .
to sail Nov, 15. Wilder & Co, Agents.
New Castle, N. S. W. bk Viroinia
to sail about Nov. 15. Wilder & Co.,
New Castle, N. S. W. ship Dionysus....
Jones, to sail about Dec. 1. Agents.
New York, Not. bk Lovsprino
Thomsen. Over due. Castle & Cooke.
Port iilakely, Am. bktne Amelia
Newhall. Due Jan. 1-5. Allen & Robinson.
San Francisco, Am. tern W. S. Howne....
Paul, to sail Dec. 10. F. A. Schadcr Sr
San FRANcisco.'Am. S. S. Mariposa
Hayward, Due Dec 26, W. G. Irwin &
Merchant Vessels Now in I'ort.
IlMnc J, D. Sprlckels Fries.
Dktnc Klikitat Cutler.
I)k C R Ilisliop Wolters
Ilk Victoria Cross Robinson
Ilk Lll.iElRElMI.E , Ircdale
IlK Elsinore Jenks
Ilktne Mary Winkelman Uackus
Tern Eva Wikman
HI; TK Foster Rugg
Am bk. L.AIHARIEN Hubbard.
Hi; r.NE Eureka . . . . ( , Lee.
Monday, Dec. 21
Stmr Mararoa, from the Colonies,
Stmr Waimanalo, from Wnimanalo. ,
Hark Hesper, from Newcastle N. S. W.
Sclir Elutkai, from Waialua,
Monday, Dec. 21
Stmr Mararoa, for San Francisco.
Stmr J I Dowsett, for Moiokai.
Stmr Likelikc, for Maui,
Schr Leahl, for Ilanalql.
Schr Kulamanu, for Halnakua,
Schr Walehu, for Kauai.
Schr Mile Morris, for Moiokai,
SchrManuokawai, for Koolau.
YP.HSKLS LHAI'IXO 2'IUH MAY.
Stmr Kinau, for Maui ami Hawaii,
htmr Mokolu, for Moiokai,
Stmr Planter, for ICauai. ,
Stmr C li Hishop, for Waialua, Waianae, and
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waimanalo.
Schr Liholiho, for Kauai. ,
Schr Mary Foster, for Kauai.
Schr Lhukal, for Waialua.
From (he Colonies, per steamer Mararoa,
Monday, Dec. 21. Owen.
Steerage Mr and Mrs Hcnsicker, Mr
son, Mr .Smith, and Mr Darnfleld.
For San FrancUco, per steamer Mararoa,
Monday, Dec. 21 W. M Lee, A F Straus-burger,
Mrs E Drown ard daughter, Mr S C
McLaugran and son, D L Heck, W P
Thomas, II II Drysdale L E Cllft, Win,
Dunbar, and 1 1 In the steerage.
The steamer Waimanalo brought 500
sugar from Waimanalo.
The schooner Ehukai brought 205 bags
paddy from Waialua,
The bark Ljziie Iredale is receiving ballast
at the P. M. S, S, wharf.
The tern Eva was hauled Into the stream
The b.trkenline Eureka is discharging at the
0; S, S. wharf.
The steamer Mararoa arrived at four
o'clock last evening, 17 dais from Sydney.
28th 1 She sailed again at ten o'clock for San Fran.
sJk n '" eLfi
N.83V0RT STREET, .HONOLULU, II. I
Has just received per Steamer "St. Paul" a Splendid Assortment of
Among which is a Very Choice Selection of New and Klegant styles of
Christmas Cards ; also, Glass and Figured Toilet Sets,
Doll Carriages, Velvet Cabinet Picture Frames,
Christmas Candles, Children's Paint Boxes,
Musical Tops, Glass Ink Stands,
Autograph Albums, Work Boxes,
Toy Watches, Papeteries, Shaving Mugs, "
Gift. Cups and Saucers, Whisk Broom
Holders. Silver Plated Ware, Etc., Etc.,
ET A 1.L OP WltlCll MUST 111! SKKlf TO 111! A ffltltdlA T1Q1).
Since Electricity has been applied for lighting
purposes, all efforts of inventors have
been directed to construct a lamp (or general
domestic use. The reason why this problem
has till now not been solved, is that none of
the inventors could rid themselves of the idea
of gas lighting, and that all .have adhered to
the system of producing the Electricity in
some central place, or by large machinery, instead
of first laying down the principle that a
Lamp which should ever become generally
useful and popular, must be portable, like an
Oil Lamp, and contain the generator of Electricity
in itsell, i. c., in the foot of the Lamp.
The Norman Electric Light Company has
at last succeeded in completely realizing this
uicai ot .iccmc l.ii;iuiii, ami iiiuiu is nu
doubt that this most important invention will
bring about a complete revolution in all
branches of lighting.
Our Electric Lamp needs neither Machinery,
Conductors, nor any expensive outlay,
and is neither complicated nor disagreeable In
manipulation ; all .that is necessary is to refill
it every four or fie days with acid. The cost
of lighting will be as cheap as gas ) cent
per hour), and it has before the latter the immense
advantage of neither producing heat,
smoke nor cnrlxmlc acid, owing to which the
air is . not impurcd, and remains at the same
degree of temperature. It is further absolutely
inodorous, and does not need to be
kindled by match, or otherwise, but simply
by turning thu key, thus avoiding all danger
of lire, explosion or suffocation, as in the case
of gas, if the key is left open ; and it must be
conceded that this advantage alone is invaluable.
It is further preferable to any known
kind of lighting for the following reasons :
(1.) Its manipulation is so simple that on)
child can keep it in order.
(3.) That the Lamp is portable, arid can be
removed like any Qui Lamp, from one place
(3.) That it neither requires the disagreeable
fixing of the wick, or the cleaning of the
cylinder, as in the case of Oil Lamps.
(4.) That the light producrd is a soft and
most steadv one ! lhat it never flickers, and
the flame, though being equal in power of
llgiuin MJ iua, uau wc icuiiiicu u uuy
(5.) That every danger of fire is absolutely
excluded, a3 the light will extinguish immediately,
if by any accident the glass surrounding
I he burner should be broken.
(6.) That it will burn, evert in the strongest
wind, completely unaffected, thus being invaluable
for illuminations, lighting or gardens,
This Lamp is constructed for the present in
tnrce uillerent sizes 1
DID YOU SAY?
No Christmas' Dinner is complete without
the celebrated ELITE ICE CREAM, made
from pure Woodlawn Dairy Cream. Go and
surprise voar folks ; order a bucket of our
delicious Ice Cream. We pack orders for
Ice Cream (from one to fifty quarts) in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, warranted to keep its delightful
flavor and perfect form for many
Uy last steamer we have received a splendid
Choice French Candies,
In great variety. sAIso, an elegant assortment
of Fancy Candy. and Boxes
just the thing for a Christmas present.
Oui Macatoons, Lady Fingers, French
Kisses, Jelly Cakes, Coco Halls, and many
other Fancy Cakes, are the favorite with ail
the ladies of Honolulu.
tar Ring up Hell Telephone No. 182, or
Mutual No. 338,
tv The Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
strett, are open daily until 1 1 P. M, 21 ly
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction with Mr, J, A. Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business (or
the residents uf the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Agent,
I do not conhne myself alone to the Business
Houses, but aUo to the doinestic class
uho would wish me to attend to any matter of
business, especially lo making purchases either
in Honolulu or San Francisco, in any line of
To the Business Houses I will give in)
careful attention In all mafters pertaining to
General Business, viz : Adjusting and Collecting
Accounts-, Distribution of Hills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, lluying
and Renting Real Estate anil Personal Property.
tar All Legal Documents will be careful!)
and neatly drawn up by tU, J. A. Magoon.
I will attend to all matters entrusted in my
care in a careful, courteous and neat manner,
and witli quick dispatch, '
Agent for Klinkner & Cof Red 'Rubber
Stamps, , ,
Telephone : P. 0, Uox 113,
The Latest American Invention.'
THE VICTORY OF ELECTRICITY.
A., snnll size. Height of complete Lamp,
14 inches ; weight, about 5 pounds ; for lighting
rooms, ceflirs, storage houses, powder
magazines (or similar places where explosives
are kept), coaches, illuminations, gardens,
mines, or any other industrial purpose.
Price, 1 per lamp, delivered free to
any pirt of the world.
II., medium size. Serves all domestic purposes
for lighting rooms, houses, etc. This
Limp is elegantly decorated, and has removable
white Ground Glass Globe. Price, per
Lamp (inclusive of Hronzc Foot and Globe,
richly and elegantly constructed) 2 ,
delivered free to any part of the world.
C, grand size for Parlor, Hall, Saloon,
Public Huilding, etc. The Lamp gives a
most brilliant and steady light, has large, removable
white Globe, decorated most tastefully,
and the workmanship is both first-class
and elegant. Price 4 10. Foot of Lamp
is cither Bronze, apanesc, Faience or Silver
Any special size or design made to order.
All Lamps are ready for immediate use, and
will be sent, securely packed in strong wooden
box, with printed directions for use, a quantity
of chemicals sufficient lor several months'
lighting, and one extra burner for size A,
and two for sizes H and C, The necessary
chemicals can be purchased In any drug store,
in even the smallest village.
Every Lamp is accompanied by a written
guarantee for one year, and will be exchanged
or money refunded, if the same .should not
give complete satisfaction.
On all orders for six Lamps and above, a
discount of six per cent, will be allowed. No
orders from abroad filled, unless accompanied
by a remittance to cover the amount, or first-class
reference on a New York or Philadelphia
The best method of sending money is by
draft on New York, which can be procured of
any banker, and everywhere, or enclose the
amount in Innk notes, gold coin, or postage
stamps of any couut'ry of the world.
All orders, the smallest as well as tiie most
important, will receive the same particular attention,
audwill be forwarded without delay.
5TOur Electric Lamps are protected by
law, and all imitations and infringements will
aT Agents, Salesmen on Commission, and
Consignees for our Lamps, wanted everywhere.
No special knowledge or capital required,
A foitune to be made by active persons.
Address : The Norman Electric Light Co.,
PHILADELPHIA, U. S. of America.
TWTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
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