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A PUBLIC HOLIDAY.
To-morrow, the IGth, will be the
King's birthday. His Majesty is
fifty-two years of ago, ami is in the
15th year of his reign. The day is
proclaimed as a public holiday.
The Government ollices, the public
schools, etc., will be closed, and
also most business establishments.
TIioBuuxtin oilieo will shut up,
too ; so there will bo no issue of the
paper to-morrow. God Save the
GIVE THEM A GOOD RECEPTION.
On Saturday the 24th instant the
steamship Alameda will be due from
San Francisco, en route for Austra
lia. Special interest attaches to this
trip of the Alameda, on account of
her bringing the American basc
ballers. "VVc understand that it has
been arranged for the steamer to
arrive here in the morning and re
main the whole day, in order to give
the people of Honolulu an oppor
tunity of seeing an exhibition of
baseball, by these experts. The
baseball players will number about
two dozen, but they will be accom
panied by a greater number of
tourists, increasing the entire party
' to about seventy-live. Six or eight
newspaper correspondents, repre
senting over forty prominent Ameri
can newspapers, will be in the com
pany. It is superfluous to suggest that
it is the duty of our local baseball
men and the citizens generally, to
do their best to make the short stay
of this partj at Honolulu as enjoy
able as possible. No doubt, it will
be done. There is no community in
America, or any where else, which
takes a greater interest in baseball
than this community, and we con
fidently expect that the American
teams will be received here with
whole-souled cordiality and hospital
ity. It may not be amiss to suggest
that the time in which to make pre
parations is short, and therefore de
lay is not to be tolerated.
One effect of the flying visit of
these people to our shores will be to
jnake Honolulu better known abroad.
Just fancy, between forty and fifty
of the great newspapers of the United
States being represented. To be
sure, these representatives cannot
,see or learn much of the country in
one short day ; but they will cer
tainly write the impressions of that
day, and those impressions will be
' read by millions of people. More
over, their impressions will be large
ly regulated by their reception anil
A NECESSITY EMPHASIZED BY
An accident occurred on Wednes
day at the King street bridge, over
the Nuuanu stream, near its mouth,
which emphasizes the necessity of
placing that crossing in a safer con
dition, .with as little delay as possi
ble. The bridge when unobstructed
afforded a very little more than suf
ficient space to admit of two car
riages passing each other ; but for a
long period past, reaching up to the
present, the tramway rails have been
laid along the centre of the bridge,
projecting several inches above tho
surface. The accident referred to
was.caueed byono of these project
ing rails dishing the wheels of a
private carriage, while crossing the
bridge at a slow paco. There were
three little children, besides the
gentleman who was driving, in the
vehicle at the time. The horse was
a remarkably quiet one, and was
readily brought to a standstill when
the accident occiired; otherwise
serious injury would probably have
resulted to the occupants of the
Now, why should this menace to
public safety be allowed to remain
week after week on one of tho most
used thoroughfares in the city? A
few cartloads of metal would raise
the road-bed to the regulation grade
and remove the danger.
, IttmJght bo further asked, why
; lias not tho bridge been widened,
according to the plan decided upon?
A good many wpeks agriue piles
were driven and the mason work at
' each side of tho stream completed ;
but there operations ceased. No
doubt, there aro other public works
pressing for attention, and oycry-
. thing cannot bo dpnp nt once. But
considering the immense daily traffic
oyer that bridge, this may be put
. POLICE COURT.
Thursday, Nov. loth.
II. C. Iloudlctto charged with vio
lating Chapter GO, Section 3 laws of
1888, was further remanded to De
D. llookano, charged with lurious
and heedless, driving was remanded.
A nolle pros, was entered against
Fred Ward, charged with smuggling
A. l'hillips and John Epidalc each
forfeited bail of G for drunkenness.
Among the passengers by the
steamship Australia on Tuesday
was Mr. A. Chas. Thorne, who re-,
mains here until the departure of
the mail steamer for New Zealand
and Australia, when he will proceed
south. Mr. Thorno is an Austra
lian, and has been at Washington
for several months representing the
wool interests of his country. While
at Washington he presented a re
port from the Australian stand
point to the Ways and Means Com
mittee of the House, relative to the
free importation of wool by the
United States. Mr. Thorne isan
authority on wool. The gentleman
is staying at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman
were among the arrivals on the Aus
tralia, alter an absenccfrom tho Isl
ands of twenty months. During
that time they have travelled all
over Europe, and return in improved
health. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman are
staying at the residenceJofjMr. Ily
man's brother, King street.
Col. E. A. Denicke, President of
the Fredericksburg Brewing Com
pany of California, arrived by the
'last steamer from San Francisco,
and is registered at the Hawaiian
Hotel. Col. Denickc's visit to Ho
nolulu was mainly to pay a visit to
the U. S. S. Brooklyn, having been
attached to that vessel during her
memorable service at Mobile during
the late rebellion. It will be re
membered that Col. Dcnickc is re
ferred to at some considerable
length in Admiral Porter's book on
the Civil War.
PLEASURE AND CHARITY.
The saloon passengers by the
Alameda, from the colonies, contri
buted $90 to the funds of tho Cali
fornia Women's Hospital on the ar
rival of that steamer yesterday. The
presentation was made to Mrs. A.
N. Towne, President of that worthy
cliarit', by John D. Sprcckcls, to
whom the passengers .intrusted the
selection of the charitable institu
tion to which the money should be
The passengers on the voyage
conceived the idea of contributing
fancy work, photos and pictures,
and establishing a bazar in -the So
cial Hall, the articles to be sold by
auction before landing at San Fran-
Cisco, and.thc proceeds to be given
to some charitable institution in this
cily. The sale look place in the So
cial Hal I with the above result. Miss
Nellie Fcrriu of the London Gaiety
Company, the members of which"
are returning to England from a
successful tour in the colonics, was
very zealous in getting up fancy
work. Photos of everybody on
board were iaken by a gentleman
amateur, and Mr. Story contributed
several clever water-colors, among
which was an imaginary picture of
his own funeral.
It is needless to say that the time
on shipboard passed pleasantly, and
the passengers generally speak in
praise of the ship and officers and
the equable weather throughout.
To show their appreciation of the
popular commander, Captain Morse,
they presented him with a purse of
8250 on arrival at port, which, like
a dutiful husband, he handed to
Mrs. Morse for safe-keeping. fS.
F. Examiner of Oct. 2G, 1888.
Dean Carri, who accompanied the"
Lord Bishop of Ontario to tho Pan
Anglican Synod in London, in a
lecture at Kingston, Ontario, Nov.
0 said, Queen Victoria is in her dot
age, and there is a strong feeling in
London that she should abdicate in
favor of tho Prince of Wales, who
liyes in comparative poverty, while
she is hoarding up wealth. lie said
her continued reign is endangering
tho monarchy. The prevalent opin
ion among distinguished divines who
attended tho synod is that she
should leave the throne,
plA courier recently arrived at Zan
zibar from Tabarn, and reports that
a party of Arabs mot Stanley's rear
guard west of Albert Nyanza last
November. The rear guard 'was
composed of thirty men. Stanley
was with the advance of tho expedi
tion, two days' march ahead. The
expedition had endured great suf
fering, and, owing to the thick for
ests, was unable to march much
more than a mile and a quarter
daily. Many members died, and
forty were drowned while crossing a
largo river. Stanley was forced to
fight hostile tribes to secure pro
visions. Stanley's fiealth is good.
IIo wna aiming to reaoh Wadelai,
where bo hoped to arrive within 50
TrT YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it in tie Daily Bvisjsniii
Mortgage dated tlw 20th day of January,
8S:i, rniuio uy k. rnmaiwaa nun num.
uaolo his wife, of liana, Maul, to A.
Unna, lata of liana aforesaid, deceased,
and of record in Liber 27, on page i!01
nnd 203, 1 am directed to sell at i'ublio
On Monday, Nov. 19,
AT 1 O'OIjOGH. xoox,
At my Salesroom, In said Honolulu, the
or Parcels of Land !
Situate in said Hnna:
1 57 Acres of Land in Kalmpoull,
Knwntpnpa, and being a portion of
Itoyal Patent No. mi).
2 1lA Acres of Land in Wainaualua,
and being a portion o Royal Patent No.
3 SG Acros of Land la Makaalae.
being one-half of Hoyal Patent No. 2941.
C$9 For further particulars enquire of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or'to Cecil Brown, Attorney for As.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1888. 08 4t
By order of J. M. Monsarrat, Esq., I
will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, Queen strict, in Honolulu, H. I.,
On Monday, Wov. 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK MO OX.
Tho following Lands, viz:-
1 Laud situate on thc Govcrnmont
ltond nt JIakuu, Pum, Hawaii, and inn
ning down 10 the cashorc, about nine
miles from JildartM lianeh,
Area, 2S 152-SSO Acres I
This piece forms a part. of Apina 1, of
Koy.il Patent (Grant) No. 1018, formcily
owned by ICalunVoa. A fine spring of
water makes this Land partlculuily
valuiMe. as all who know tho District
of I'una can well understand. TtieLand
has a lnt of Fine Cocoanut, Quia and
Hnla Trees growing ur on it, is well
adaptuJ.for agric illural purposes nnd
is enclose ! by a i-tone wall
2 Land situate oti the Government
Hoad at Wai'auu, KooUn, Maui, nl out
one mile from the Keauao Landing, and
foimetly owne 1 by B. ICalillmoku,
Ai-osi , 5 'J'-IO Awch I
This li goo Ttiro Land with an abund
ance of inter.
Egg-Deeds nt tho expense of pure ha
scrs. Maps, atid Suivoys can ho teen
and fuither particulars obtained by up
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to J. M. Monsarrat,
cha-1 street, Iloniiluln.
I5v onler of Messrs. T H. Davie & Co.,
I will tell at Public Auction,
On YEDNESDAY, Nov. 21, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the Ktore adjoining my Silcsroom,
Queen street, a Large and Varied
Assortment of Merchandise,
i To close cousigments, comprising
XJAIT GOODS !
While & Drown Cottons,
Undershirts & Draweia,
large Ayf fool Blankets
t A Large and Varied Assortment of
O JE O O ESI 3E JR Y
Which w ill be sold without rcarrvc,
Cups and Saucers,
All Sizes of l'liitcs,
As-orlcd, Sizes of Bowls,
Assorted Hardware, &c. &c.
All Goods must be Sold---Liberp
Terms to the Trade.
TCEItMS JT HALE.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Qood.Brccd of Chickens
XI. iiniUUiri c or four Game
RnohU'ih nan tie' seen at the
corner of King and Alspai
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE for a
O child. New re
verslblo child's saddle
with bridle. All com-
plete. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Tax Collector's Notice.
FOlt tho accomodation of Tax-payers
in this district who cannot eoi).
veniently call at the Collector' Olllco
during business hours, tho olllco will
boopen for tho receiptor Taxes (In ad
dition to the usual hours during tho
day.) from 7 to 1) o'clock in tho eve
ning, from tho lOtb.inst,, to.Dec. 1st
lg88, both dates Included.
Any Tax-payer In this district who
will leave his name and address at tho
Colleger's Olllco, Intimating that ho
desires to pay his taxes, will receive his
tax receipt by messenger, as early
thereafter as possible, to whom ho can
glv'o the amount, thereby avoiding tho
annoyance of delay at the Tax Ollloc in
waiting for the regular turn.
OJAS. T. OULIOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oahu.
Tlio Mntnalliifc Insurance Vampniiy or Sew York, is the
Oldest ncllvo Llfo Insurance Compnny In tho United States, and tho JLnrjest
Life Insurance Company in the Wot Id.
Its AwU .lnnuary 1, IBS, amounted to $118,806,851.88 an nmount greater
by $35,000 000 than the tinsels of the next Inruwt litis insurance company In
tho world! ami $32,000,000 greater Hum the combined capital and surplus of
the Bank of Kuglaud.
Tho dividend lo lis policy-holders havn been larger, and its miuinrpmcnt ex
pensds smaller thin In any other company ; hiving paid inoro than $75,000,000
in dividends alone while the total outgo ft r taxes and expenses elnco organization
has been less than 10 tier cent, of its Incomf .
Thc.Company issues every legitimate contract connected with human life nnd
Its policy contracts arc the most liberal nnd easily understood, containing no tech
nical proviso that could ever void tholi rolliction at, maturity. Incontestable
after two years and free of a'l restrictions, a9 to residence, travel, 'inodo of occu
pation or manner of death, with liberal cosh, or paid up surrender values, tlicy
furnish a certain, estate nnd not a possiblo law suit.
Call upon or address anv Agent of the Company (slating ago) for tbc cost and
description of tho "Kcw Whole Premlmn Return Volley." whereby
the Company guarantee to Roturn and Pay, in addition to Iho faco of Iho Policy, all
premiums paid in Ivy Hie assured, if death occurs during ihu term' selected
while if the owner of policy survives tho term, ho may settlo for cash, or for nny
of tho many options set forth'in the contract.
A. D. THORflAS,
Special Traveling Agent.
John Wieland's Philadelphia B
Havin;. r 'cc'ivcd u Fre-h Supply fr m that cilolualed brewery, we nio prepared
10 furnish our pair ns'with Full Flowwiiut "SiTiooneis"' a-i cf'
yore. In addition, our BAR is supplied with the
Best of- Wines Liquors and Cigars
That tho market a Hold. Wo huvc iiuiilitfcoinc nrhliliqiis'lo our T1AK to more
quickly Hiinply thu dcnvnid arid uot lilockaiiuthe ihoriiujditaiu
by thirsty patrunsin waiting turns lo be t-emd.
97 2w JSITa & HARRY. Promt's.
For Connoisseurs Fur
Just received a small consignment of
Choice French OJarets,
From the well-known Hun" of Duboa
Krerep, and (.at usi- i- I'uucol,
J luxit; JSrtoii,
Also, from the ccllnr of Itoimiif & Uo ,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In Quarts & Magnums)
Chateau D'Yquciu, 1M5N;
Jlry tim-ucoii, 8 Yenrx Old;
Cliatcuu jtltirguiix, 1877;
Grande Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
ESyThe above comprises the Choicest
JBrauds of Wines and Liquors ever im
ported lo this market,.
Fon nai,i; hy
MACFARLANE & Go,
Engine Co. 1. 1 !
November 16, 1888,
CgyTo bo had of Hie News )calcrs."0
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.'S,
' '(Hi. '"'"
S. B. ROSE,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
30 Days. For 80 Days.
GEAl OLEAMG SALE
Miss Ohl'llmi-fi will hold a Clearing Sale
tor !'.0 ilny to make room for
Mew Holiday Goods
To arrive fhortly.
II I BIIEDV
Mi L L B II t il S
Ladies' $20 Hat will be sold. . .for $8 00
" if, " " ' ... " G 00
11 10 " " '" ... " fi 00
a c " " " . . . " 2 no
12 Ostrich Plumes ' " . . . " 7 00
4 Tips " " . . . " 1 50
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At -Half Price.
The above Uat9 aro all New and of the'
Latest Styles, and Trimmed with
the very best materials.
I?ort ftreot. Urn
Intending to Closo Out my present
business, I now ofl'cr
Ladies and Gentlemen can now .obtain
the lSest Articles in this lino
EPleaso Glvo Mo an Early Call.-a
Ofi Fori Street above Klnp;. lw
IiiteriialMiu Eestanrant !
Marine street, Hcar Fish Market
Jloni'd ler Week
US VcntH Kadi.
The tablo supplied with tho beat the
Currlo and Rice aud Mango Chutney
every day for Dinner,
04 lvf Proprietor.
Selling Off at Cost.
3T BARGAINS "&71 Now Lino
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. Now imolco of,
Novoll.leH nnd Jfiincy GiooclM, In 3L.ni'f;o Variety.
111 - : ...niJiini'arMBW
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Lies', Gems', k Cliilflrens' Baffling Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
, & 0
In futui'e, Mrs". E. Small will le prepared to do
Cutting and Mttingf.
OXX'"" 1311 JFOlfc SA.H.X3
FP.OM S12LW1G & JLA.2CQE. -
18 & 30 Ohambsrs 18 & 30 Chambers'
.Which have provrrt a jniiit s-uecen nt ILiik
aimca. K dan I'd uina I tl'.n
arc :invi(leil ni l tin-
SPARE PARTS OF
H. HAOKFELD & CO., Agents.
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Bisque, Glues it Parian Waro, Opera &
Murine Glassea, Telescopes,
IWCtasio 33oxes, Toys, J3oolc? -AJLoiinas,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will be offered ut the
LOWEST PRICES EVEE QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
'Tho above Goods aro New.
been importcdex recent arrivals and
1 OO JPovt. Sti'oot, Honolulu.
of EST BARGAINS
A COMPLETE LINE OF
a ugar C , Thiio, tlnna-naulu, Kelcnha,
a! echo , cu: , etc., and which
U- t03l Improvi-incut. ' T
THE ABOVE PRESSES,
for tilae same;
Fresh and of the Latest Desiirn. having
were sojeoted expressly for tho trade.
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