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DA1JL.X 13UJL.JLETJJN : HOJNULU.LU, H. I., OCTOBER 25, jlbw.
SATURDAY, OCT. .'5, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Take Effect October ail. 1HUO.
A.M. A.M. I'M, P.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. 0:15 8:-16 1:45 -ItiMt
Arrlvo llonoulluli. 7:20 0:40 2:-IU C:35f
Loavo llonouliuli. 7:30 10:51 Utfl 5:451
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:;!5 11:55 4:55 G:fi0f
t Saturdays only.
Stmr Loliua from Nuu and Ilaktilnu
S S Mariposa from San Francisco
II SI S Nymph, Tumor, from San Francisco
Hark Atlanta, A Anderson, for Port
Schr Luka for Kohala
Schr Mol Wahiuo for I'atiullo
S S Mariposa, for tho Colonics at 1$ p in
VESSELS LEAV.NG MONDAY.
Stmr Mokolli for Molokai at 5 p in
Stmr .T Cummins for Waiiiianalo at
11 a in
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kapaa at 1 p m
From San Francisco, per S S Mari
posa, Oct 25 Wight Adkius. .1 Austin
and grandson, Miss Austin, Mrs Urod
erick and infant, J II Coney aud wife,
Miss Grace Cooke, Hon S M Damon,
Miss K M Day, K Davis, V F Freer. D
Fricot, Miss Alice Iv Giover, II Gunn,
L V Hough, jr, Miss Etta Keller. C S
Kynncisley, wife, Infant uuil maid, A
Iiittlejohn, II A Loekwood, V V Lock
wood, Miss J U Masscy, Dr A E
Nichols and wife, V F Reynolds, U
Thocl, Mis It Wallace, child and maid,
Miss Maud Wight. Thco O Wiggiu, W
C Wilder and wife. Jules Zieglor, J D
Holt, J Coleman and 17 in steerage.
The departure of the bark Atlanta
lias been postponed till to-day
The Rtc.imcr Mikahala was hauled up
on the Marine Railway for cleaning.
The bark C. D. Bryant will probably
sail for San Francisco the latter pait of
Br baik Fifcshire fiom Liveipool for
Honolulu was spoken Oct 7 in kit 49 X
long 11 W.
Nor bark Vivax cleared New York
Oct 15 for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Union sci vice at Kawaiuhao church
Skiivices at Central Union Church
to-morrow at 11 a. tu. aitd 7 :30 p. m.
The Saturday afternoon concerts
will bo lesumed at Emma Square to
day. The Hawaiian Mission Childien's
Society will meet this evening at the
residence of Mr. W. A. Bowen.
Roads and Bridges and Aliiohmis
ipliiy ball at Makiki at 1 :30, and Iwi
leis and Kunawais at 3 :30 thib aftur-.noon.
The Hanaunia Fishing Club, be
yond Koko Head, has had Bell tele
phone, number 449, put in their club
A mtekaky entertainment in aid
of the new Sailor's Homo will bo
held at Y. M. C. A. Hall on next
Tuesday evening it 8 o'clock.
The Charleston minstrel and
variety performance will bo tho event
of this evening. Tickets at Mr.
Leveys's office during the day and
the Opera Hoiibe in tho evening.
The Kukaiau Plantation Co. has
elected tho following officers for tho
ensuing year: J. M. Homer, Presi
dent; A. Horner, Vice President; J.
F. Hackfeld, Treasurer; H. F. Glade,
Auditor; Ed. Suhr, Secietary.
The excursion train for Maltby's
bicycle exhibition this afternoon will
leave tho station at 2:30 o'clock.
Remember that seats are provided in
tho pavilion and that the cyclist will
introduce some remarkable new feats.
The bervices of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral on
Sunday will bo as follows: 11:16 a.
ni., morning prayer with tormon;
"To Douni," Berg in C; hymns 280,
214, 7 :30 p. m. Evensong with ser
mon; anthem, "Praioo tho Lord,"
Scott; hymnH 250, 21. Rev. Alox.
Mackintosh, pastor. All arc invited.
CAMERA CLUB EXHIBITION.
The Hawaiian Camera Club will
put in execution next Thursday
evening its soinctimo cherished pro
ject of a lantern exhibition. It will
bo givou in tho Opeva House, whoro
n trial of the lanterns and slides was
givou lust night. The pictures aro
all the production of members of the
cluli. Tlioy comprise some of the
noblest scenery of tho Islands, with
city mid liurbor views and intuiy re
presentations of local eolelirlllo
caught by "Kodak" In striking
Tliu plutuiua weru thrown on uu
jiijineiisu whltii purlieu tilling III"
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ii (ho uiulKorliim hvm JndKinoiit.
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Satukuay, Oct. 25.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
OUUUK Ob" Tim DAY.
Noble Widcinnnn moved the order
of the day. Carried.
Third reading of bill relating to
the practice of law in the lower
Minister Peterson moved the bill
Second reading of bill to amend
the Election Law. Considered sec
tion by section.
Noble Widcniiinii, on tho first sec
tion being read, stated that the bill
was essentially the old law. Some
of the sections weie transposed, and
a few amendments proposed. This
section was that of the old law, and
he moved it pass. Curried.
Sections 2 to 7 inclusive passed.
Rep. Nawal.i, on Sec. 8 being
read, moved that the word "Sena
tor" be inserted instead of "No
ble." The word "Noble" in native
was "Alii," and that belonged onlv
to persons of royal blood.
Rep. Baker suggested the word
Noble Widemann was afraid that
the wbrd "Noble" being in the Con
stitution could not be changed in
Rep. White moved the section
pass as in the bill. If it was made
"Senator," the Supieinc Couit
tniuht refuse to administer the onth
to "Senators" next session.
Rep. Nawahi contended that the
Constitution might be amended next
The President said it would be an
absurdity to alter the name now, as
the Constitution could not be amend
ed before next election.
Noble Widemann thought the hon.
member for Hilo was slightly astray.
He did not believe there ever was a
"Hale Alii" (House of Nobles) in
the kingdom composed entirely of
persons ol royal extraction.
Rep. awahi held that, all titles
of honor emanating from the King,
a person with the title of Noble could
, not properly be elected by the peo
The section passed.
Noble Widemann moved amend
ment previously submitted in print
ing to Sec. 9. Carried.
Sections 10 and 11 passed.
Rep. Knudsen moved to amend
See. 12 by substituting "middle"
for "centre" in relation to street in
defining bounds of sections. Car
ried. Rep. Kanealii moved to substitute
south" for "north" in the defini
tion of the Third Election District
of the islands of Maui, Molokai and
Lanai, being the North Wailuku
District, making it "that portion of
the District of Wailuku lying south
of the road running from the Iao
Minister Peterson thought it
would be very inadvisable to change
the boundaries of districts at this
session. There was no demand for
the change, and the census would
be taken this year.
Noble Walbridge agreed with the
remarks of the Attorney-Gcneial.
The proposed line would run through
houses. He moved the section pas3
as in the bill.
Rep. Paehaole was in favor of the
Rep. Waipuilani favored the am
endment as being more in agreement
with the constitutional requirement
of representation by population.
Noble Cornwell said the last elec
tion showed the districts of North
aud South Wailuku to be pretty
evenly balanced. He supported
the section as in the bill.
Rep. Baker maintained, amidst
laughter, that the present bounds
wer the cause of putting the district
to the trouble of electing another
Noble J.M. Horner thought the bill
premature in being in anticipation of
contemplated changes in the Consti
tution and of the census. lie mov
ed the bill be indefinitely postponed.
Noble Widemann Ah, there's
the cloven hoof !
The subdivision passed as in the
bill, also the remainder of the section.
Rep. Waipuilani moved an amend
ment to Sec. 14, to remodel most of
the Districts of Hawaii as given in
the bill. He wanted especially to
have the Kona District divided. All
of Oahu and Molokai would not cover
Rep. Paehaole was speaking when
Noble Widemann called luin lo
order, saying the Attorney-General
uas not "pukiko" (insolent) as al
leged by the (ion. member, but had
iimdo a rcmoik laughingly.
Minister Peterson thought tho
hon. member had got up out of bed
wrong end this morning. He was
not sure whether the hon, member
for Kona was in earnest when lie
asked his question. If the lion,
member for Molokai expected him to
give a deulsion olMmuileiUy that
would probabh, take the Supreme
Court nioiilhn, nil lu could say was
that ho could mil do it.
Hup, JvuIiouMimu hud always
douhtt'd whether tliu mcniliur fur
North Illlo uttb litgiilly di'duili n
the C'nin.tltuilon siild tlmf hum mid
lllln (inuld only lmvi t i(iinwiK
HlU'l'S. , , ,,
,Mliiilvr I'murum amd uie ton
mftmiuji an Uiy iwmii quIum ilwi
1 id iJUUluu m mil UiWuiMJ Uivi.tfi
Several members said tho mover
voted in tho minority.
Reps. Kahookano aud Paehaole
objected lo the motion as untimely.
The President ruled the motion
out of order on both grounds.
Noble Widemann quoted the Con
stitution to show that, according to
the argument of the lion, member
for Kona, there were only four
Representatives having a right to sit
in the House.
Tho House adjourned at 12
THE BEST MEN WON!
A football team composed of ofll
ccrs of the U. S. V. S. Charleston
beat a team of Honolulu boys at
football yesterday afternoon, at the
Makiki recreation grounds. The
game opened a few seconds after
4:30 o'clock, the Charlestons hav
ing the "kick off." Tho game was
under the American Inlcr-Collegiate
Association's rules. Mr. Theo.
Richards, of Kamchanicha school,
was umpire, and Ensign Snow of
the Charleston and Mr. Woods of
lCamchamcha school were referees.
The Charlestons were well ac
quainted with the rules of the game,
and had signals which they used to
a great advantage. They worked
handsomely together and with their
powerful rushers fairly walked away
with the Honolulu boys. The Ho
nolulu team was much too light, and
but few of them were sufficiently
acquainted with the rules governing
the game. However, they worked
well and tackled fearlessly. Three
of the llonolulus were crippled dur
ing the game and were replaced by
.substitutes, Mr. C. L. Carter en
tering as third "sub" amid a storm
Almost every playcron both sides
was more or less bruised. The
Chailestons made three touchdowns
in the lirst half and a touchdown
and goal in the second, making 18
points to the llonolulus 0. Con
siderable interest was shown by a
large ciowd of spectators and ap
plause was frequent. It was report
ed after the game that a heavier
team of Honolulu boys would be im
mediately formed to play again with
A MID-OCEAN CONCERT.
The following is tho programme of
a concert held in mid-ocean on the S.
S. Mariposa, Oct. 24th:
.Mrs ICynnersloy and Miss K. Brown
Soiu; ..Dr. Hlggins
Recitation Miss Q rover
.ong Miss Wight
Comic Song Mr. McDonald
llucltation Mr. Stlkcr
Banjo and Sons Mr. Lockwood
tong Mr. Ivors
..." Mrs McDowall
Song Mr. Reynolds
Comic Song Mr. Hough
Recitation Mr. Slinln wald
Song Mrs. Wallace
Banjo and Harmonica
Messrs. Lockwood and Hough
cong and Chorus Dr. Modgon
Recitation Mr. Ivors, Jr
Conile Song Mr. Ljon
Song Dr. Nlcolls
f-ong Goodnight Ladies
The Now Sailors Hoi
Saturday, Oct. 25th.
Tuesday Evening, October 28th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
paper on Tennyson's
Will bu read by
FRANCE M. ENGLISH, B. A., (0X0N.)
To bu followed by a Humorous Musical
" Mrs. Sutherland Tomkins at Home,"
Y. M. C. A. HAUL,
1ST Admission, CO Cents. (193 3 1
Honolulu Athletic Association.
Mr. W. S. W1ALTBY,
The Undisputed Chainplou Sclontlllc &
Aitistlc Cyclist of the Woild.
New features and tiicks In fancy rid
ing will be introduced that have nover
bcfoie beeu witnessed here.
Jgy- The Full Band from the U. S.
Flagship Charleston will be tu attendance.
NOW IS THE TIME !
Excursion Train leaves Honolulu
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for tho round trip including ad
mission to the grounds :
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Twenty-first Sunday after Tiiuity.
Holy Coaimunion G :30 a. m.
Morning prayer, 9:30 a. m.
Holy Communfijn (choral) and
sermon, 10 a. in.
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, 6
IX conformity with Art G of the Con
stitution, a meeting of tho above
Association will bu held at the armorv
of the Honolulu Rifles on THURSDAY
EVENING, November nth.
c j. McCarthy,
C91 2w Secretary.
Tuesday,' Oct. 28th.:
Feast of St. Simon and St. Jude.
Holy Communion, G:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and address at
Evening prayer, 5 p. m.
H. B. M. S. NYMPH.
The Biitish man-of-war Nymph
arrived to-day from San Francisco.
The Nymph carries eight guns, has
2080 horse-power and a registered
tonnage of 1140. Her ollicers are
as follows : CoratiiaTTdef, Charles T.
Turner; lieutenant, Robert P.
Adams; lieutenant, Charles A. Rad-
, T the annual meeting of the stock-
' holders of the Paeillc Sugar Mill
held at Honolulu this day, the following
ollicers w ere duly elected for the ensu
F. A. Schaefer President,
C. It. Bishop Vice-President.
J. Hoting Treasurer,
II. Ronjus Secretary,
J. II. 1'aty Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1830. C!ll3t
IfiySeats will be provided for all.
This is your last chancel
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional feaj
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following aro a fow of tho many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its paymunts prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April th, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Llle Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of tho prosent year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollaus. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assuranco.
JSTlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his otQce.
ALEX. J. GARTWmCHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 2Stb.
By Special Request, the Members of tho
U. S. Fiagshlp Charleston
Minstrel im Variety Go.
-WILL GIVE A-
lieutenant, l'hilip C. Mus-
staff surgeon, Leonard Kel-
leth ; paymaster, Rico W. Harris;
engineer, F. W. Ilarkms; engineer,
William McKinnou Wisman ; assist
ant clerk, Richard 6. II. Tyrcr ;
boatswain, T. J. Wood ; gunner,
EVEviTS THIS EVENING.
Hawaiian Mission Children's
ciety, Mr. Bowcn's house, 7:30.
Charleston entertainment, Opera
r?RFSH Fancy Pastries, of the very
best quality and in endless variety
at the Elite Ice Uicam Parlors. 093 It
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the llonukaa Sugar Co.
held at Honolulu, Oct. 22. 1800, the
following ollicers were duly elected for
the ensuing year:
F. A. Schaefer President,
.1. Hoting Vice-President,
J. Hoting Treasurer,
II. Renjes Secretary,
M. Mclnerny Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1890. COO 3t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the annual mooting of the stock
holders of the Waianac Co held
October 20th, the following gentlemen
were duly elected to serve as ollicers for
tho ensuing year, viz:
II. A Widemann Picsidcnt,
G. N. Wilcox Vice-Piesident,
A. Jnegcr Treasurer,
C. O. Berger. .Auditor & Secretary.
C. O. BEKGER,
089 lw Secretary.
GEE WI2! Where did you get
tho&e delicious Sausages? Why,
at the New Central Market UH!) tf
Annual Meeting Notice.
iMIE annual meeting of tho stoek
. holdcis of the Koiiula Sugar Com
pany will be held at tho ollice of Castle
& Cooke, MONDAY, Oct. 27, at 10a. 31.
J. 11. ATHERTON,
li!):i It Secretaiy K. S. Co.
Annual Aleelmg Notice.
MIC aniuiiil meeting of tho stock
holder! of Haiku hiigur Company
will be held at the ollice of Castle &
'ooke, TUESDAY, Oct. 28. t 11 A.M.
J. Jl. ATlinitTON,
)!):! 21 Secretary.
&ate City Stone Filter.
Annual Sleeting Notice.
I pilE annual meeting of ihu stoek
JL holders of the Paia Plantation will
he lii'li! Jl th'i nllh'u of LMellu it Cooke,
UMiDAY, Oct. 28, at 2 v. it.
J. H. ATilKHTOX,
(i'.i J 21 hi'i'ititary PioMVui.
VQli Kit MS
'IWnWJnniiK's fur ilu by K. J.Uli-
l iimus .1 jioiimN fur $L Ih'll
TtiUijihu in HI7. fiWjiw
1CM30TIOX ol OKKIUNUH.
G-rand Performance !
On Saturday Night, introducing
Minstrelsy, Variety, Sketches,
Dancing & Singing,
For I'nrtleulnrH Nee I'osterH.
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SS?"Uox Plan open on Friday morn
ing at a o'clock at the ollice of Lewis
J. Levey. COO -It
BOATS FOR SALE
Two Four Oared Gigs
1ST Apply at the
MYRTLE BOAT HOUSE.
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
These Filters aro easily cleansed,
and NKVKR become CRAOKF.D or
OHA.EI) by change of temperature of
Tho Filtei Medium is a NATURAL
.STONE, mined from tho earth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
S. EHRLICH & CO..
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
' You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
JMI'imiTIKS mnor I'ENBTKATK
It, but llo on the suiface, mill Internally
tlio Mono remains uu puio unci uliltn
iifler years of use as w him taken from
lull co, liulij
ilui ul Dululu
um !iuu bwn fii!ulii) i
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jm, ivh u) uutmi uu m w-
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In lliiiiu lulu nil I In VMIl
iljtj HUM.ulMiJiOUi llw fujIuHlliK "HI-
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F'lHH 'i Mil.
Tlu (lulu City riloim Filler U a nur
feet MirceMi HI tin' only nu llliur
JiuvD uv(ir m'ihi, I woulil nui lin nlilinui
diiii fur Miiy iiniiklilDi'iiiluii II niiiveil
our nle niei' lulu Uu1 IhiiI (IiImHIhk
wuwrliiliiinuiilili , ,
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W Wml Ail'llilii hi. i Ullll)ii)jii,
I'ur Miilu ll)'
Leaving tho fUnolala Ce(ot at 1)45 F, M.
Trains will be made up of Couches
and Canopy-top Cais all one price.
irf Excursion Rates for these Trains
50 Conts to Poarl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
aud a breath of puro air, for only two
cents pur mile, CU5 lin
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
Leading s lliliinery s House
Chas. J. Fiahel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta.
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS' & "BLENGFELL"
From Eironii ni Late Arrivals froi lie IM States.
"Royal Club" I r"BTV
"Elephant" f varjLX
G. H. Mumm & Co.
HenncBsy 3 Star
Do Laage Fils 4 Star
Gonsalcz & Co, 5 Crown
John Exshaw Extra No.
loVlllir Nim AHiiie HIlltllillMil
Uilllli'H"" " '" " "" I'l'hi'Ull'Ui.
mu bi'Trui) rr
Islay Illeml Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Ryu, 1882, in bulk
Pn hot Milwaukee
Letup's St. Louis
Fredericksburg San Joeo
BASS'S HNGLISH ALE, OUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN ORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Best Quality j ,
CnJH'o ni lit ViiiOH iiHil UriinclioH,
In Oiibkb ninl Oudi'd, Klo., Ktc, Klo., Klo,, Htc,
--,, U m M ( Cim ')yi,"l"i'. HlM'UgllHms
Thn Unr' Tnnin J Hi" HyMciu, Kiwiuiui. Sumul Hm.
,i ni . ' I'OII HAI.K IIV in
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