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FRIDAY, NOV. 14, 181)0.
-. ,., ARRIVALS.
Schr Mmy i: Kostcr from Kiumi
.Stinr Iwnlnni from Ilnmakim and T.alm-
Stinr Knitlnfifltii ICiituit
HSMustinlla fiom Snu Ptatielsoo
Bktne Kate Kllokenger fiom .Sim Finn-
v , . DEPARTURES.
Nov 1 I
Stint V U Hull for Hawaii and Maul at
10 a tn ,
Stinr O It Bishop for Walauae, Waialun
and Kooluu at i) a in
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalatii-1017 bugs siigiu, 7.1 hldos and
20 sundry packages
Fiom San Francisco perS S Austia
lla, Nov I il V 0 Abel, A I. C Atkln
.lou, ti V Bull, Mrs Wiuien Chamboi
lain, Miss Oleghorn, Mrs Diekiiison,
Mr Kittle Bvatui, AHss V L Qllllland,
.1 Jt Uillllund, Kov I) Goietno, Mls
Cm i le On on, C L Huff, Mis, A S liiiiian,
Hon W O Inilu, T K Keywoiih, wife
and infant, misQ 15 Klikbilde, U Klb
llng, wifu ami Infant, Mi-, M F Bow en.
I children and muse, Airs h W Loiterer
Jtl.cn eis and wife, Mis. Booth-Long,
.1 Ljoiis.MinJ .Muitlnand2clilldieii,
Mrs Win McLean and child, .1 l, Millet,
Di F L Mlut-i, wife, chlltl and nurse, N
Ohlnndt. A Pony, Mis Kosc Piobst,
August Piou, MrsS U Bose, Miss JUise,
.MissBosenbuig, Mis .1 Sb.iw, Geo II
.spaldlng, F Tun 111, .1 T Wutorhotise.jr,
.1 C Whitman, D B Winton, J X Wilght
From Hawaii per stinr Iwnlanl, Nov
11 Horn. V 1J ltlcktird and I'aul Neu
iiianii. It M Overeud. Flank Blown, U J
Kasby, Mull Andicws, i W Buoken
ber;, i!' Amana, Lun Llugand 22 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii pel stinr W G
Hall, Nov 14 Judge .ludd and on, Di
Mouiitz, A Hocking, Hon Walpuihinl
and wife, Maiy Kalea, ,'lis 0 Plalna,
Hon O K Apiki and wife, W C Aehi,
Mr II Smith, A W Whitlug, Hon A
Koa, Miss Whiting, Hon .1 Kauh.ine,
Hon W Y Homer. Hon J M Horner and
The S S Australia, 11 C Houdlette,
Master, sailed fiom Hun Ft ancisuo Fri
day, Nov 7. nt noon, with (11 cabin and
10 steerage passengeis. Hie bi ought
1745 tons jrenoial merchandise, includ
ing 4725 gallons beer, $50,000 tie.isnie
and t7 l.unbs. Expeticnced N winds
with lough sea from 7th to 9th. and lioni
10th to the 14th stiong N R tiades,
rough sea and cioss swell fiom the N E
and W N W.
A report came to the Mei chants' Ex
change yest-ulay that the Mihootici W S
Bow ue, which was icpoitcd abhore on
Oet2!lth ou the Guayaquil riei , got off
with no'damage either to hull or eaigo.
hFUlnonicle, Nov 7.
The bktne Katie Flickenger, Captain
McHae, anived this noon 25 davs ftom
Pot t Townsend, with about f)!)5,000 feet
lumber consigned to Messrs Allen &
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Noin: has fresh oysters on ice.
A LAUfii: lot of empty kerosene
tins ate wanted.
A desirable building lot on Luna
lilo street is offered fox sale.
Tun Australia will sail for San
Francisco on Friday, Nov. 21tt.
If you want a fat young goose for
Christmas, ring up Mutual telephone
Mit, S. Mueauley, piano tuner and
repairer, has romoed to No. l'J6
Look out for the great holiday sale
next Monday evening at Levey's
The adjourned annual meeting of
the Union Feed Co. will take place
.on Wednesday the 19th inst.
A splendid line of Music Boxes
will be oflered at the evening auction
.salo, at Mr. Levey's next Monday.
Hawaiian Council No. (589, Amer
ican Legion of Honor, will meet this
evening at 7:30 o'clock, ut Harmony
The Alameda was twenty miles off
port at two o'clock, and is coming
into harbor as the paper goes to
Lady Kintore, wife of Loid Kin
toie, Governor of South Australia,
will probably be u through passenger
by the Alameda to-day.
The Athletic Association exhibi-
' tion will tako place to-night at thu
Hides' Armoiy, if nothing happens,
as the Alameda is coining into port.
Tun members of the Myrtle Uoat
Club will be glad to tecchu their
friends ut their boathousu ut 1 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon to view the
Tin: grand stund during tho tegatla
will bo at thu whaif of tint Inter Is
land Navigation Co,, foot of Fort
street. An udmission of 2!i cents will
On next Monday uveiiing Mi, L.
.1, Levey will liold an iiiiiuuiiHo boll
(Jay sale of dm lincst and most tliwii
iiblti goods, for Mcbhih. (1, W, ,Miu
f.irliinti it Co,
Till'. IIum.i.-iin Kill not lie JHMinl
(O'liioiiowi tlin entile iillluti ttinl mil'
(mini ftull'nlll ln luo IniWIy kiikukciI
III ttililnitlniH llli, MnjuhljV hliili.
tiny it fliiiUi ilio i (tit lulu tiimiiu (or
Tin: Mi rllu llimt (llnli will ,ilw.
iiujj DIIIIUPl lUWMlliull ,il U lujjjl
' ti r rjftMi" ft "ill Mi nut Bin'
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FlllDAT, NOV. 11.
The House opened nt 10 o'clock,
im.ia nr.coMi: law.
Picsidunt Walker, in iiimouneing
the following hills retuined Uy Min
ister Cummins us having been sign
ed by His Majesty, mentioned the
fact that thu King had signed every
bill piesenled to him during the
An Act to amend the law relating
to stamps duties.
An Act t deliuc tlin duties of ko
kuus. An Act giving ti frnnehise to the
Huwatinti Gas Cotupuny.
An Act to amend the homestead
An Act to amend Hie roatl board
An Act to appoint Governors.
An Act to amend the murder law.
An Act to nnipnil the compulsory
school age law.
An Act to settle the title of cer
tain unassigued lands, and effect a
compromise with the Bishop Estate
An Act to piovide for the intro
duction of Chinese for agricultural
An Act to prevent the mutilation
An Act to declaro certain lands
to be Crown Lands and part of the
An Act to transfer the Post olllee
from the Depaitmcnl of thelnleiior
to the Department of Finance.
An Act to encoutage the laying of
un ocean cable.
An Act to amend the election law.
An Act to regulate the impoita
lion, sloiage and inspection of kero
An Act allowing the Hawaiian
Tramways Co. to use electric power.
An Act giving n fi.inchise to the
Hainakun Watet Company.
An Act to amend the building
An Act to amend the law minting
to the Honolulu Fire Depaitnient.
MU1 HA I. CONOltATUl.ATIONS.
Rep. Brown moved a suspension
of i tiles, under which he made a
personal address to the President.
On behalf of the Nobles and Repre
sentatives he desired to express their
gratitude, thanks and appreciations
lor the uniform courtesy and impar
tiality with which he had presided
over their deliberations. .The first
part of the session was somewhat
bitter, but happily that wa9 all past.
The latter part of the session had
passed most agreeably, and in the
name of the Nobles, and Representa
tives he wished to thank the Presi
dent for his uniform courtesy in all
President Walker said Nobles
and Representatives, I hardly know
what to say in reply to this address
ou your behalf. I am not unmind
ful at all of your great kindness to
me, and I am not unmindful that I
have made many mistakes. I wish
you all good health and prosperity.
Noble Baldwin On behalf of the
Nobles and Repiesentatives, I would
like to move a vote of thanks to oui
Secretary for the utile and elllcient
manner in w hich he has conducted
the business of the House. It is a
matter of congratulation to every
member of the House that a Hawai
ian has been able to conduct the
business of the House with the effi
ciency that he has exhibited. I
think I speak the mind of the House
in sayingthat if he ihall be a can
didate for the position at nest ses
sion, we shall vote for him unan
imously. Minister Brown said it gave him
gieat pleasure to second tiie motion
of the lion. Noble. The speaker
have occupied that position himself
two or three sessions and knew the
difficulties of the office. The Secre
tary had been attentive to his duties,
obliging and couiteoustoall. Should
it be their privilege to meet in the
next Legislatuie, be was sure that
their votes would he cast for Mr.
The 'President desiied to say a
few woids on behalf of the Secre
tary. Jis experience in lormer
terms had been that lliuy had had
some very good secietaries and some
with whom the' had had difficulties.
The present Kecietary took the
office without any previous expe
rience, but had filled the office with
complete satisfaction. No time had
been lost in hunting for papers.
His memory bad been good us to
the business before the House. He
thought the House had reason to be
very grateful for the Secretary's
attention to business.
Rep. Puuliuole, in behalf of the
members, wished to express tlmnka
to the Interpreter and Seeretaiy for
their sei vices. The Interpreter
(Mr. W. L. Wilcox) had been al
ways attentive to their remarks, not
only interpi tiling them fairly, but
supplying what was lacking in their
Noble J. M, Homer sithl the In
terprctcr had filled a place that
could hardly lie filled by any other
peraon hi the Kingdom. They
could Imvn llllnd (heir President's
ulmlr or their Keurittury'n clmlr, po.
wllily with tujuul eimuolty to w hut
liml linnn (liti un mi, inn hit ilntiliiud
If tlin could Imvn llllud thuli Inlur.
iimlerV (iIimIi. Although muiiiuIIiIiiu
IiihI Iuhui Mild, lin Iih'I lii'im ri'Jiilmiij
uvmy iliiv in litmi liuw iMIIfull) lliu
Uluiiiriihu niiuhiml llu vniu'iilin.
) liBlj but'!) ij Ihiwiri' lu Iiiuj.
UAlhX aULLJBiiS i JtllWULULU, a, 4, yOVJCMBKfl U, lUWu,
ground as In Egypt. To-day they
looked sociable, they wore friends,
there was no blood in their eyes nor
in his. (Applause.) Most of them
were strangers to liitn nt tho open
ing, now there was not one of them
whose hand he could not tnko.
Another thing was that they had had
no disputes with His Majesty ; ns
tho Piestdont had snid, all their bills
had been nppiovcd by the King.
They had done pretty well for a lot
of greonhorns. (Laughter.) He
had said so much this session that
he did not suppose they liked to
listen to him. He would like to say
something about their Ministers,
but that might better be left till
next session. (Laughter and ap
plause.) Rep. Lucas said last but not least
he thought the House should be
thankful to the Sergeant-at-Arms
(Major S. Nowlein) for the manner
in which he had conducted them In
and out of the House and waited on
their wishes. His military bearing
in bringing in quorums was to bo
admired. They might put the Mes
senger in tho samo box, and even
drop a fiiendly word to the Janitor.
Rep. Kaneulii said the House had
evidently forgotten one important
officer, and that was the Chaplain
(Rev. J. Waiamau). They had
been congratulating themselves that
they hnd got along peaceably. Per
haps for that they had to thank the
prayers of the Chaplain. When he
wound up with his "Amen I" that
might have been what had given
them peace. To-day they would
disperse, leaving the Ministers there
to conduct the affairs of the Govern
ment. They should do all they
could to help the Ministry, by culti
vating peace among their constit
uents. If there had been any ill
feeling, and haish words spoken, he
hoped each member would leave the
memory of such behind. For him
self he had the utmost confidence in
the Ministers, that they would faith
fully administer the affairs of the
Recess fiom 10:50 to 11:55.
The House re-assembled at the
appointed time, and at noon was
prorogued by His Majesty, as else
where fully reported.
GRAND HOTEL BURNED.
The Grand Hotel and Burlington
Lodging-house were burned on Nov.
3rd. The loss amounts to nearly
half a million dollars. Tho entire
block is now a mass of charred
ruins. Inside of the Grand Hotel
ruin reigns supremo. Burnt bed
ding and furniture, broken mirrors
and glassware, saturated carpets,
wi ecked pianos and luggage left be
hind by the guests are scattered in
half-burnt confusion, as tho fit omen
left them after the fire was subdued.
MONUMENT TO TAVERNIER.
The Bohemian Club of San Fran
cisco will forward to Honolulu by
the steamer Australia, which leaves
this port to-morrow, a granite
column, similar in shape to the Cleo
patra Needle, for a monument at
the tomb of Tavernier, the artist,
who was buried at Honolulu. He
was formerly a member of the Bo
hemian Club. Mr. John D. Spreck
els, who is also a member of the
club, will forward the monument
free of charge to its destination.
Alta California, Nov. 6.
This afternoon, after the proroga
tion of the Legislature, it pleased
His Majesty the King to confer upon
Hon. J. S. Walker, President of the
Legislature of 1890, the Knight
Grand Cross of the Royal Crown
The ceremony took place at Iolani
Palace at 12:30 o'clock p. in. Be
sides Hon. I. S. Walker, were pres
ent His Excellency Godfrey Brown,
Minister of Finance ; His Excellency
John A. Cummin's, Minister of For
eign Affairs; Hon. Sam!. Parker,
Wm. II. Cornwell and Hon. Paul
did not arrive on
Tm: Alameda will sail for Kan
FiuueiHcoat 12 noon to-morrow.
PuiiHEH Kuil of tho Australia
thanked for Sun
Fianciseo new fu-
I'iiuheh Sutton of tho Alumedu liai
our thanks for Colonial papou and
otbut news fuvorn.
C'oiiNiEbS Kintore, wifu of tho Earl
of Kintore, Oou'rnur of South Aus
tralia, and lier xou are passengers on
Miss Elliott McCombu, who bus
many friends lumi, is dangerously ill
at bin residence, 2121 Pine street,
Mits. Berkley and ihiiiglitm, MIhd
Oliui Hoi klity, the luttttr a celebrated
"Little Lord Fiwiutleioy," iiiriwul by
the Alameda mid tduy out hum,
Till; Aliiinetlii'H piUMipgern uiu Mrc,
Ueikliy, Mlrn irilwi llmkloy ('Little
loiil I'liiiiilhuoy,") A Fowler, (J, M,
Fowler, Mm. W llerhiwii, Oapt,
(JblUlliili. .1. It. Mlliwii innl uihi. V
(Miiiiiiiitiii vvlln mill . I. W. Dunn, d
H"llllll, 111)1) HI III IIUIINII
MlUri l.llliii Nulin fr.im ll
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HluNulliDfiioMllfl IJIUJIU OiilDliuiiy,
mi l" fyll, .hiUivlfAu Mi IllH All'
THE GALIFOBNIA BOYS,
A Treat in Store for Lovers
of the American National
A STRONG TEAM DOMING
By tho Australia the Bullvtin to
day received a letter ftom Mr. Frank
L. lloogs, who visited Honolulu a
shoi t time since to make arrange
ments for a season of baseball with
the Hawaiian Baseball League. As
will be seen below Mr. Hoogs has
fulfilled his promise, and will bring
with him a team that will try tho
mettle of our home boys, among
whom, as all know, are some strong
and skilful players. The following
is a list of
coming with a shott description of
their abilities and positions-
First Base and Captain Tom.
Powers, last season Captain of the
San Francisco Club and this season
Captain of tho Baltimore Club. Mr.
Powers is one of the greatest ball
players in the league, and is a phe
Second Base Harry O'Dtiy of the
Stockton Club, a dashing young
player and inferior to none in guard
ing the second bag.
Third Base Harry Howard, of
the Portland Club, Northwestern
League ; n good batter with a fine
Short Stop Josh Rielly, formerlj
with the Oaklands and San Fran
ciscos. He is called the Pacific
Coast Ward and is the finest player
in his position on the Coast.
Left Field and Change Pitoher
J. F. Cahill of the Portland Club.
Everyone knows "Patsy," as a
player who has few equals.
Center Field Geo. Sharp, a ris
ing young colt, who has played with
the San Franciscos, and made a
good record for himself.
Right Field Dave Creamer of
the Sacramento Club, and as good
as they make them.
Catcher James Ward, of tho San
Franciscos, one of the best catchers
in the league.
Pitcher Wm. Farrell, a man with
a good record and a wonderful con
trol of tho ball. Ho will surprise
Mr. Hoogs is negotiating with an
other pitcher and writes that he will
secure him on his arrival from tho
East. His club is a good strong
one and is composed of well behaved
and gentlemanly young men. Their
uniform will be as follows: Blue
trousers, blue stockings, white belt,
white blouse with word "California"
in blue letterB, Chicago style caps,
white, with blue trimmings.
The "Californias" will leave San
Francisco Nov. 15th on the S. S.
Zealandia, arriving in Honolulu on
the 22d, and if there is time will
play the initial game on the after
noon of that day. Look out for
The Honolulu Amateur Minstrel
Company have deferred their fiist
entertainment, which was to havo
taken place at the Hawaiian Opera
House noxt Saturday evening, until
the evening of Saturday, Nov. 22nd.
The postponement is made on ac
count of the announcement of the
dtamatic entertainment to be given
for the benefit of the Sailors' Home
by tho Nymphe company next Sat
The minstrel company propose
giving one of the best amateur per
formances ever seen here. They
expect to make a great hit in this
performance with a fine local after
piece, filled with local bits, gags slid
other miscellaneous fun.
CAMARINOS' Refrigerator nrriro
J per S. S. Australia to-duy with the
follow lngirulm, etc., in plentiful sup
ply: Grapes, Peaches, Plums, JJnrtlett
Pears, Sugar Pears. Apples, Pippin,
California Oranges. Fresh Frcui-n Oys
ter in 'tins and shell, Celery ('null,,
flowers. Also, full lines of new seuson
Potatoes and Onloufi.
710 3t Oalifoknia Ficiiit Maiikkt.
.VflNCP Pies mid Fancy Pastries.
LT1 the best quality, at the Kllte I
vjicuiii i uriurH.
Wuntod IniiiiiMlliUol) !
ALAItOK nuMitlty of Empty Kero
sene Tins, in good order, for
which wo will pay 70 eeuU doxeii.
710 3t OASTLK & COOICK.
tPIL lavi. Apply through
m4JrJfl ''.Mutual Telephone No.
i ubobu lorttte lloli
ioj." 710 at
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
lloriiMivio jug j'nri Mrret,
'I'll IMl'h'W'e (uriiit'rly ooeiii'i by r.
IJ. !!. pilaw'
p. run. iiiBim
I 10ilHi:nh'iil at
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ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL,
The order of service to be attend
ed by the Court on Sunday morning
next, Nov. Kith, at t) :30 o'clock a. tn.
will be: The order of morning
prayer with Psalms G:38; 1st Les
son, 2 Kings V. to ver. 15; 2nd
Lesson, S. Luke xvn. ver. 11-20.;
Hymn 3GU, special prayers of inter
cession, Hymn 3G8, sermon by the
Bi9bop of Honolulu. Hymn 181
durlug the offertory. Tho music
will be led by tho siirpliced choir of
men and boys. Mrs. Gray will pro
vide at thu organ. Seats will be re
served for the Court, the Cabinet,
Judges of the Supreme Court, the
Diplomatic and Consular Corps, the
Admiral, Captains and Olllcers of
the ships of war in port, Pfivy
Councillors, members of the Legis
lature, and Government Officials.
The rest of the church will be open
to tho public. 707 jt
IN HONOR OF
By and under the hupcuiMnn of lite
Honolulu File Department, on
SATURDAY EVENING, Nov. 10.
tgf'1 he Procession
Bell Tower at 7-00,
v. ill form at the
and start at 7:30
nouTE or :vxAaiciis
From the Bell Tower, thence along
Hotel treet to Xuuanii street; down
Nuiiann stieet to King street; along
King street to Palace gate; theneo in
and around the Palace giounds, and out
to King street.
Thence tho Procession will moo
along King stteet to Punchbowl street
to Betotania street; along Bcrct.iula
street to Xuuanu street; down Nuu.inu
street to Hotel street: along Hotel
Btrect to Bell Tower.
jarCltizons are respectfully limited
to participate in the Pioccssion.
OIIAS. B. WILSON',
Chairman ("onunlttie on Torchlight
Proei ssion. 70'j it
aiHE Officers and Members of the
M. several Companies are requested
to assemble at thu Bell Tower m thcii
Uniforms, without apparatus, on
Saturday Evtmiug, No?. '15,
AT T O'Ct-OCJi.
For the purpose of participating in the
Torchlight Procession in honor of
His Majesty's Birthday.
Secretary II. F. D.
11 1 rr
The Athlutic Association bus made ar
raugeimmts for KhiK an Exhibition
At Their Gymnasium,
(Old Bliles' Armory),
The date of the Exhibition will be next
Friday or Satnrty Nllit,
Depending upon the time of in rival of
the hteaniei fiom Aiihttulla.
The Kxhlbitinn will consist of
Bar & 0'hor Athletic Exercises
llv riiK Mkmiii.hh;
BOXING by PETER JACKSON,
And n iiiitiilu-i of well-known loe:i
amateurs, ami one of
MALTBY'S Unrivalled Exhibi
tions on the 'Cycle !
lerThi' nxlill.llliin U fnrlliolli.iinilt
of Urn AMiiiiimi, fni ilia niiMitn of
limUllllg Hie. llllliiu up lliuj)intiuiii
ninl iiihhiiIii( iiii,innii. 7Wbl
ANN I' A I. MlWn.WI,
IMI Ii udHiUiuwJ, Hul umMt
Toi'diliglit Procession !
I 'PI 1 1 I
mJ I lw PiiiiiiiAiiy'j uliUif, mi Wl
IN HONOR OF
His Majesty's May,
"3 !5ir rfw75ST:?lSPrtTt
. ., Y M. Hfcn-V.f. M
November 15, 1890.
1(1 A.. 31.
I YACHT RACE; FIRST CUSS. 1st Prlro
800; ad Pile Sir,; :)d Prize 810.
Open to all.
Couusk: l. Pioin an Imiultiatv line
drawn fiom the Honolulu llarbot Light
house to the Immigration D pot liarf
on the east side of the haibor. out the
channel, keeping between the bpu and
Battel buoy', at the uuti.uiLe to the bar
bel 2" Kiotn the Sp.ir Buoy, paiin; out
side of the Bell Buoy, to and tacking
mound a stake boat anchored In the bav,
opposite the residence of V. G. Irlh,
nc'i Diamond Head.
II. Fiom the sta.e boat, pissing in
slilo of the Bell Buoy, to and tacning
annual a stake boat anchored off the
teef. about h.ilf-u-unlc south of tlie en
tiauee to Petti Ilaiboi, .tta point whcio
the uorlli end of the Wnl.iii.ic Mount
ains comes tn Hue with an old house
situated In h moc of ttees.
i. Ft out this slake boat to and tack
ing mound the Bell Ituoy.
J'. Prom the Bell Buov, passing b -tween
the spat and Bail el Into s, :uid
finishing at ami across an imaginary
line drawn ftom the Can limn hi the
hiubor to a White Flag on the O. S. S.
2 YACHT RACE; SECOND CLASS. 1st
Prle$iu; 2d Pilo S'.'O; 3dPibe
S10. Open to all.
Colum:: 1. From an im.miii ir Hue
drawu fiom the Honolulu Ilaiboi r.lght
house to the lininlKiation Depot uhirf
on the east side of the lutbot, out the
ihinnel, keeping between the rip u and
Ban el buoys at the entiante to the b.u-
a. Fiom tlie Spai Buov pacing out
side of the Bell Buoj to and t.tuklng
iitoimd a stake boil michoied in thu b.ij
opposite the residence of V. G. Irwin
mat Diamond Head.
.1. From this Make boat, p'iing in
side of tlie Boll Buoy to and tacking
around a stake boat attclioicd off the
4. Fiom this stake to and taekiu-r
around the Bell buoy.
5. Tioin the Bell buov, pissing t)C
tween Spai and Barrel buo and lluish
Ing at and actoss an imaginary line
iliawn fiom tlie Can buov in the b.uboi
to a white nag on the O. b. S. Co.'
3-SAIL BOAT RACE. 1st Pure S30; 2d
I lie S15. Open only to sail boats
belonging to the war cssels In
pott; no restriction as to rig; limi
ted to wood or water ballast, 01
botli. Ballast may be shifted, but
wood must not bo jettisoned nor
CounsE: Same as Xo. 2.
YachUswill assemble off the Pacific
Mail dock at 0 a. 111. A preparatoiy gun
will bo llted on the Judges' boat at y .10
a m. The starting gun will be fired at
10 a. m. shaip.
The start will be .1 iljing one; the
time of each j .icht being taken as she
cio-ses the line, but no yacht shall be
allowed more than 10 minutes within
which to stait aftet the signal to start
lias been gien.
'I line allowance one minute to tlie ton.
L icli yacht in races Xos. 1 and i must
cairjuthei niahitopmast laad, a dis
tinguishing 11 if. of u Metallic le, which
miii not be hauled down unless she
ghes up the race,
L'acli yacht shall eairv dining the
race no more than the usual suiehoisaticl
chains, which must not he used as ship
ping ballast 01 for altetlng tho tilm of
the yacht. No bags of shot shall bo ou
boat d and all ballast shall bo properly
stowed under the pi itfoi ins or lu lock
ers and shall not be shipped or trimmed
In any w. ly whatever dining the taee
Yachts in taee Xo. 1 ate limited to foie
and aft sails otilj .
X 1. 31.
1 SlX-OARED GIGS or GALLEYS; Station
ary Soats. 1st Prio 85; 2d Prize
8J0; :id Prle 810. Open to all.
Couusk: Prom starting line out the
channel, leaving Spai buov on pott
side, thence to and mound the Bell
buoy, keeping same on poitsideiti
toiiiiding, and hack 10 starting point,
keeping Spur buoy on gt.irlmanl side.
2-F0UR-OARED FIIE.GHT BOArS. Ut
Piio82.-; 2d Pilfo Sir.; 8d PtUe
810; lib Pi lo 35. Open to all.
Cowtsi::p,oin slatting Hue out the
channel to spar buoy, keeping same
011 port hide In touudlng; kieplug be
tween the buoys in tho chimin 1, and
hack to sliming point.
3 SIX-PADDLE CANOES. IM Ptle S25;
Jd Pile 815; 3d Pilo I0; Ith
Pi io &5. Open to all.
Cot itsi;s Fiom stinting Hue to and
tuoiiiid tho .Second Can buoy to sea
ward ftom thu Mailiio Uallwa), and
hick to stalling point,
4-SIX'OAHED BOATS j Sliding Seats. 1st
Pllzo 850, ad l'llo f.-rii ltd Pilo
(j0. Open to all.
CotJitsi . lititiio a ,Vo, I Bowing Ktu'ti,
D-Slf,tlLE SCULL SHORE H0ATS )
I'lUo fclO; 2d li,e f T s ! I'llU .
Open In all.
C11111M.1. I10111 .inning ,e to ninl
iiimiiiil li.l Omi buoy hcluw tlm
MiiiIiiii Hiillwii). kuuiilng ll mi pun
iliiu, mid lunik iu iiinlng ptilnt,
0 TWELye.nMi(i) m$m mm,
lil f IU. lTjiuii lu oil
Dm Mb ' kMIJJv m Nu, I Hum lug 1 1 in
8-FIVE.0ARED WHALE BOATS. lt Prlyo'
M0; 2d Prlc 20; 3d Prize 810.
Open to all.
Couusui Same ns Xo. 2 & 7.
0 SINGLE-SCULL SUFI I nine i.f
Prlc SIS; 2d Prlro 810; 3d Prize
Open only to amaturcs.
Couksk: Same as Xo. G.
I0-F0URTEEN.0ARED BARGES or CUT
TERS. lstPtlzo fCO; 2d Prlzo 825;
3d Prize 810, Open to all.
Contsi:: Same as Xo. C.
Prizes will be awarded for the BEST
RIGGED I'ATAMARANS, 1st Ptlz8
$25; 2d Prize S10.
N. B. 'I he Begatta races will be
utiilei the titles adopted by the Ha
waiian Kowlng & Yachting Associa
tion. Tlnee ot mote boats to start to so
cute the second pi lus.
Four or mote boats to start to secure
the third ptlzos.
The signal gun will ho llred from the
Judge's stand at 12:30 o'clock
Signal for the competing boats to as
semble ut the starting line will be the
liiingofa gun 10 minutes before the
start of each race.
,.t J'.utilesfor the rac-s cut now bo
made at the olllee of the Hawaiian Xews
Department, with .1. M. Out, and will
close on Friday, the 1 Ith Inst., at 4 :30
o'clock 1-. it.
V. B. WILSOX,
( halnnati Bcg.itta Committee.
G. I). Fiti.i.TH,
'07 -It Judges.
Oaliu Railway A Laud Co.
November 15, 1890.
Will i tin as follows for that day, so at
to accommodate tho entire
7:111 a. m.
1:31 p. m.
2:I'J p. in.
A -.04 p. in.
ii:39 p. m.
0:1", a. in.
8:45 a. in.
111:00 a m.
12:30 p. in.
1 :15 j). iii,
3:00 p. m.
jt:35 p. tn.
11:10 a. m.
12:25 p. m.
2:5"i p. in.
1:10 p. in.
5 :25 p. m.
7 :00 p m.
7:3( a. m.
11) :00 a. ui.
11:21 a. in.
1 :C1 p. in
3:00 p. m.
4:21 p. m.
0 :"(! p. in.
POPULAR EXCURSION RATES:
To Pearl Cily i Return
- 50 cents
To Pearl City &. Return (includ
ing Bus Fate) - - 60 cents.
To Honouliuli &. Return -
r O meet thu demand of the pub-
lie for an oppoi utility to islt
Pi:AltL( in, tho 0AHU RAILWAY &
LAND COMPANY h.ie arranged to
have an Omnibus 10 meet each train
fiom Honolulu at Piiaiu. Uiti bT.v
tion eveti day (Muidavsecepted
fioinXoNeinlicr lfltb to Xovember
2!)tb inclusiio, during whieli timo
special Tickets will be issued ut
Honolulu biaiion with coupon at
tached to eoor the bus fare, at a
cost of CO cents each, foi the tound
tup. to and oxer Pkvisi, Citv and
leliiiu. Tho Company desbe that
all intending purchasers shall haie
an opportunity to see the Lota of
feied J in salo, and lli.it they may
also see tho ptoiision tiiado for an
aniple supply of Pare Mountain Wa
ter. Tlie bus provided will take
people all o ei that part of Peaui,,
Ci iv now laid out In streets. Tho.
distrlbiititig lesetioli full of water
contains about 700,000 gallons and Is
situated at an eleiatlon of 100 feet
ahoio sea loiol
Thu Company ptoposus to make
w thin a mouth 01 two atiollici dls
tiibiitlng lesuiioli-abpiiia lialf mllu
fattherup, at .m eloiatlon of luo
foot alioi e sea le el, w hich w ill sup
ply watot forallLotsaboietheleiel
of the present dlstt Uniting ic-ei iolr.
The Nliuatlon of tho Lots aboie the.
100 feet eloiatlon is line, and tluv
ilow of I'iaiii, llAiiuoit ami tlm
Sin rounding countiy iainostchiiiin
ing. but the Company want this
public to ftti for tbciiisehos, and
ihciefoio make it possible foi all to
do so, at a iilillug epense, ami
with the least posr,U,u iihysical
C-W Keme nbor Unso who Buy
nt thu Fir.t tale will sicure Lots.
nt a Lower Price than they cm
be bought ut ..uy future timo !
B. F. DILUNGHAM,
(loiiornl .Mittuigei o. it. , Co.
, 70s td
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riMbo Tako Noilce,
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