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' MON'DAY, NOV. 17, 1890.
OABU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
'To Tuliu I'.fft-et Ootoher H.I, 1HU0.
A.M. P.M. l'.M.
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!:4'J 2:49 fitUfif
10:51 I!:")! S:4nt
Uififi 4;fi5 CiCOf
t Saturdays only
DktueSknglt, Rolilnsou, '22 ilnyB from
S S Alameda from the Colonics
Stuir Walaleale from Kauai
y tun-Likellke from Miuil
Stmr Olnmllnii from Hawaii and Maul
Stint- Mokolll from Molokal
Stun ) Makee from Kapaa
Sttnr Mlkiiluilit from Kiuml
lk Waketleld, Howe. 1M ilius from
Ur bk Glrvan, Angus, IH4 days from
Turn Allen A, fiom Port Towuseud
Bktne Planter, IB days from Snn Fran
cleeo " OEPAHTURES.
HtmrJaB Mnkco for Kapaa at 0 p m
Sttnr Mokolll for Molokal
Sttnr J A Cummins for Walniannlo
VESSE S LEAVIMil TO-M0RR0W." "
fttmr Cluudlne for Maui and Hawaii
S p m
Sttnr Likellke" for Maul ut 5 p in
Stuir Mlknlinla for Kauai ut C p in
Stmr Waiulcalu for Kllauea and Hnna-
lel at " p m
Stuir Iwalanl for Lahalna and llama-
kua at 10 a m
Kcbr Kqulkenoull for Koliala
Schr Luka for Puna
Si-hr Mary for Hauapcpc -
CARGOES "fROMISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mlkuhala 150 sacks rice, 4 horses,
125 bags potatoes aud 120 sundry
Stmr Cluudinu 154 bags potatoes, 05
Miecp, 1(10 hides, 37 pigs, 14 uiaies
turkeys, a uornen aud 120pkgs sun
dries. Stuir Likellke 75 tons iron, 4 horses,
1 125 sks spuds and 160 pkgs sundries
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Nov
10 H F Faye, W D Schmidt, Mis O M
Cooke, C Hagens, C H Wlllish, child
and servant, M J Bivens, K O Bivens, 1
Chinese aud :io deck.
From Maui per stmr Likellke, Nov 15
David Center, W C Marshall, Mrs
Ann McGregor, Mr aud Mrs Ekluud,
Mrs Hugh McMillan, Miss Giles. Mrs i;
II Dickey and child, Alex Coekburn, A
C Pestana, O P Emerson, Duff Lewis,
0 Chiucso aud 3.H deck.
From Hawaii per stmr Claudlne, Nov
15 Richard Dav, L Turner, M G Oorea,
J S Canaris, A T Atkinson, J H Pratt
aud wife, V Biiun, S Klmura, It S Agee,
C McLennan, Miss Bertha .Smithies, S
Roth, Mrs J U Kawainui, J G Walbel,
Dr J Wight, A .lohuson, Major Vrough
ton, A U Dowsett, A Fernandez, R W
Gil, II A Huen, J Zablan. Miss L M
Oushiugham, Mrs A W Heydtmaun,
child aud servant aud 02 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN-PDRT.
H B M S Nymph, Turner, from Sau
USPS Charleston, Rear- dinlral
Brown, from a cruise
U S S Moliicau, Irom Samoa
Japanese man-of-war Tsukuha - Kan
from India via Australia
Bktue Maiy Wlukelman, NNlsson,from
Bk V B Godfrey, R Dabel, from San
Bk Faust, Otterbeck, from New York
Tern Allen A, slogc, from' Port, Town
send Bktne Planter, Dow. from San Fran
cisco Bk Glrvan, Angus, from Liverpool
Bk Wakefield, Howes, from New York
Bktne Skagit, Robinson, from Port
Bktne Katie Fllekeuger, McRao, from
Brig W G Irwin, McCulloch, from Sau
S S Australia, Houdlctto, fro'm -'an
FOREIGN. VESSELS EXPECTED.
Dliii Flagship Waraplto from British
July 10, due Nov 15-30
Am bk Edward May, D Mabauy, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, duo .tan 1-10,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, duo Jan 10-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, flue Feb 20-28
Am bk Hesper from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Vivax from Now York, sailed
Oct 15, duo Mar 15-31, 1891
K S Furallou, S Boullleld, from San
Francisco aud Sau Diego
S S Alameda from the Colonics, due
S H Zealunda from Sau Frunelsco, duo
" Nov 22
Bk Fifcshlrc, Juo Reld, from Liverpool,
sailed ' opt 28, duo Feb 15-28, 18U1
Brig Consitolo, Jaeobson, from Sau
Bktno Discovery, McNeil, from Sau
Francisco, due Dec 2-8
Four-masted tclir Olga, Roiling, from
BU Ceylon from Dispart tire Hay
Bk Corypliuun f oil Ntuiiilum
llklnu Amelia from NhuhIiuo
'('lie following veinuU uiti on their
wny for tliU port vltli u (nil eitign of
coal! Ilk Oylnii, itu I'Mii, (rum ).
imiliiin )uy i hk ilnmiliumi, 771 Ku,
iidlii .Niimuuiu, uinl Mi'iii' aiiihIIii, 7ri
loini, (Kim NuiihIiimii
'rilt'lMlti'lillliuhMiall, lii lliihln.
kiiiii milvt'il itl liiiluy mrnliiUiVii iluv
lllilil I'nil TtiWIlMMH I, Willi lli)ft,MI0
!llli(i' fill' Mi''M U'llili'I'iV lilt.
wm ' "iiiilit'y ijhh w) port
Lifeli)'il t' Mijiiii1 mill M A htnvnll
mi i mi i
gonoral nicchandlsc, Including 747 ctlfl
barley, 120 cases, 325 csks, aud 60 bbls
beer, 15817 lbs broad, 580 sks bran, 320
bbla Hour, 133,800 lbs fertilizer 100 cs
korotMip, 275 jikgs machinery, 50 e, 20
bbls and 15 hf-hbls Nnliuuii, "23,019 lbs
sugar ami 2250 galx wliif, valued at
Tho bk Wnkedold, Tapt B O Howes,
arr vod Sumlat morning, 151 days from
New York with a full cargo of general
mcrcliundlsi! consigned to Messrs Castle
& Cooku. Shu was docked at Brewer's
whaif this morning, whore she unloads
The Urltlsh bk Uirvan, (Japt Angus,
arilved yesterday morning, 134 dnys
from Liverpool. She brought a full
cargo of general merchandise consign
ed to Mc9W Theo II Davles & Co. Dur
ing her voyage she lost one of her sall
ois while furling sail. She Is docked at
the Mall whaif.
The.barkcntlue Planter. Tnpt Dow,
arrlved-'enrly this morning, 12jS days
from fcau Francisco, with a full cargo
of general nici-diiiiidl.se, Including 1550
sks bran, 30(5 ctls bailey, 20 0 lbs cod
fish, 1144 bbls tlour, 439 biles bay, C5'
bbls lime. 3748 ft lumber, 221 ctls oats,
150 bbls plaster, 05,301 lbs rolled bir
lcy, 53,701 lbs sugar, 380 lbs tea, 2000
lbs tobacco aud 47 head live stock, val
ued at 936,001.
NISSEN In Honolulu, Nov. 14, to the
wife of Capt. Nlsscn, a son
KROUSE-Ih Honolulu, Nov. 14, to tho
wife of Tlios Krousc, a daughter.
McVEIGH-In Honolulu, Nov. 15, to
the wife of J D McVeigh, a daughter.
KAIIAULELIO At-Lahalna, fsov 14,
1:30 am, Job Fiank Kahaulello,
sou of Judge Kahaulello.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Koiiuion Down on tourth page.
Till: stu.imship Mariposa will be
ilue from Sydney on or about Decem
This steamer China which left here
on October 17 arrived ut Yokohama
after u tiip of 12 days.
Thk regulation prohibiting I ho
(sending of plants or Ouhu to Hut
other Iblands lias been received.
Dk. Wood luiB removed his oflice
and residence to the new building
opposite tho Hawaiian Hotel on Be
Winnkks of prizes in the Regatta
are requoutcd to call on Mr. V. F.
Lovo, Secretary, at the oflice of the
Paoilic Hardware Co. at 10 o'clock
There will be an extensive furni
ture salo at the residence of Mr. J.
Herepath, at No. 3 Kukui street, to
morrow morning. Don't miss it if
you wSht a bargain.
X a hand testimonial concert will
he given to Piof. G. Sauvlet, prior to
his departu-e, at tho Opera House
to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. The
programme is printed elsewhere.
Two answers to thepuzzlo publish
ed a few days ago have beon receiv
ed ; all answer received up to noon
of next Saturday will be published in
that duy's edition of the Bulletin.
Two Japaneso doctors able to
speuk English uro (says the Mnini
clii) to be employed in future for (lie
Japanese emigrants to the Hawaiian
Islands, at a salary of $100 each per
The residence of Hon. E. Muller,
Punahou stnvl, will lm open to-morrow
from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in., for view
ing the furniture before the sale
which will ttiko place on Wednesday,
the 19th iiutsuit.
Thkui: will he a meeting of Hawai
ian Ludg.- No. 21 F. & A. M. at their
hall tlii.-i evening, at 7 :30 o'clock, for
work in the second degree. Mem
bers of Ludge Li' Progies and so
journing brethren are invited to be
The aiiiekholilors of Wildcr'a
Steamship (Jo. have re-elected the
following oflicers to berve during tho
ensuing year: Win. C. Wilder, Presi
dent; Jno. F. Hackfold, Vice-President;
Sarul, B. llosa, Secretary and
Treasurer; Win. F. Allen, Auditor.
DtntiNG the absence of Mr. Oswald
A. Steven, agnnt of the San Diego S.
S. Co., from the kingdom, Mr. L. A.
Thurston will net for I he company
under full power of iiiioi-ney, and
Captain M. Staples will have charge
of the company's office at the corner
of Fort and Merchant utreets.
The Sau Fianeisco Bulletin of the
flth instant Huys : Three vessels clear
ed yestorday for the Hawaiian Islands
with assorted cargoes namely, tho
S. N. Casllo, Plantor and J. D.
Spreckols. The combined value of
tho merchandise carried by those
vessels footed up a total of $70,000.
'J he expected series of match
games of baseball between Hie "Cali
foriiias" and picked niuea of the Ha
waiian Baseball League is announced
elsewhere, The first game will take
place on Saturday afternoon, Nov.
22d, at 3:lf o'clock. Buy a season
ticket and see 'etn all. They'll be
S. F. Ri'LLKTiN : Tho steainor rurnl
Ion, which arrived late on Saturday
night fiom Honolulu, was tun duy's
oi) the impsugo, Aiming her cargo
were II-I2H hags of luigar, USD iHiiioliea
Imimiiuv, 0 liiiH gold Hull anil liiO
cubes of pours, rilm iHirriml no pau
iniiiguiM mill brought mi news, Tills
wl he lii'iltut (lip,
Mlt. .ImIiii A, lliiMlnuei'. Chief
(Jleili o Hit. Interior 0m, lnnl
i'lniim nf Hip Mmllim urmiiKi'iiniili
nuiiH" in hid M'miiiK mrmiHi'iiii'iiii
ill l hi' iiiiniMiiiiii nf Hit Iii'uiiiturii
Imlllji nllril hy llli' lolliiniiiw t'oiiix
iilijlMri Miimi - W. II. WrlBliI 1J
'!. Hinll iltii. K. Hlv hm. M. Iv'iujliuUii.
Celebration of His Majesty's
Royal Roooptioii A Grand
Rega ttaTor ohlight
The fifty-fourth antiiversarj of
the birth of King Kalakntta falling
on Sunday the Kith inst., iho popu
lar holiday celebration took place on
the preceding Saturday. Fine
weather favorod the festival, and the
town was in gala dress of llnga.
A bast-ball match wa9 played in
the forenoon between Honolulu Iron
Works aud Union Iron Works, won
by Union 12 to 4.
Many people went to tlm country
by the railway.
Royal salutes were fired at noon
by tho warships and shore battery.
His Majesty's birthday levee was
very numerously attended. The
A-isitora list covers five pages of the
register, although not including
hundreds of the nativu people calling
in bands and associations. The
native societies in regalia were pre
sented by Mr. Ja. V. Robertson,
The Countess of Kintore was
among those presented to the King
and Queen in the throne room.
Their Majesties were accompanied
by Princess Liliuokalani, Princess
Poomaikeiani, Hon. John O. Dominis
and Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, with Mrs.
J. W. Robertson, lady-in-waiting to
the Queen. Visitors were pteaeuted
by Col. G. W. Macfarlane, H. M.'s
Besides the diplomatic and con
sular corps, there were presented
Admiral Brown, Captain Remey and
Officers of U. S. F. S. Charleston ;
Captain Shepard and Officers of U.
S. S. Mohican ; Commander Turner
and Officers of H. B. M. S. Nymphc,
and Captain Shibuyama and Officers
of H. I. J. M. S. Tsukuba ; also
members of the Privy Council, the
Judiciary and the Legislature, to
gether with many foreign visitors
and a large number of residents.
The old-time plan of having a re
gatta as tho central out-door cele
bration of the King's Birthday was
resumed this year. For various rea
sons, including bad weather on suc
cessive anniversaries, the regatta
was dropped out last year. It look
ed as if the rowing races were to bo
dampened from above at tho start
on this occasion, but the clouds
rolled by and left a beautiful after
noon. The regatta committee wore C.
B. Wilson. S. Nowiein, J. U. Ka
wainui, S. Dwtght, H. Dpfries and
Win. F. Love, secretary. The re
ception committee were C. P. Iau
kea, S. Mahelona, A. Fernandez, S.
Nowiein, J. G. Spencer and J. U.
Capt. Fuller, Capt. King and
Capt. McGregor were the judges;
J. A. Spear and Jos. Hubasli, time
keepers. The Inter-Islaild steamer Iwalani
anchored athwart the head of tho
harbor was the flagship, where the
reception entertained a largo num
ber of ladies and gentlemen. Mr.
Mariano, steward of the British Club,
served a fine collation at 2 o'clock.
The steamer J. A. Cummin3 was the
cruiser of the course. The Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co.'s wharf
was the Grand Stand, being covered
with chairs all of which were occu
pied. Scats were reserved for Princes-
Liliuokalani, who arrived with Mrs.
J. O. Carter shortly aftur one
o'clock. Hon. John A. Cummins
also watched the races from this
point nith eager iutciest.
A striking spectacle was present
ed in the harbor. The United States
warships Charleston ami Mohican,thu
BritishwarsliipNymphe, and the Jap
anese warship Ttukubu were in full
dress, and their ruils and rigging
alive with men watching the races.
The King's and Myrtle Club's bout
houses were gay with Hags and
thronged with guests. The mer
cantile murine made a flue show of
bunting, besides presenting an ani
mated appearance with sight-seers.
Great amusement was crcuted by
the catamarans competing for prizes
for the best rigs. That from the
Charleston, with bark rig aud sails
set, hud a crew of colored minstrels
Including a Dinah, all in fantastic
attire. Her spars were green and
she curried the flag of Erin at the
peak. The Mohican's catamaran
was also bark-rigged, its chief ex
cellence being the completeness
o tl.H rl.rl. Nnl mno .
r..i"r "DDr?' ',; " " , ', '
IUID5HIJ4, mm uiu uin it anotvuicu urn
auiio liuiiuuu.y, i uu iiyuiuiiu uum
out u brig in command of uu uduiintl
in painted uniform, whoso manly
brcusl born two inetluli won by
bravery In the Nile expedition
together with till iiiuiIuIb imitlu for
lliu occasion, All ill" little vessels
currlutl tmliillng Imllmlu, tyltli
wliMi thuy went through Hums hold
gamut of ollliilnl Hiiliitu on tlm igit
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They crossed the line In the follow
ing order: llelene, Hawaii, Hcalaui
and Spray. Light winds robbed the
rncc of exciting elements, but the
yachtinen made thu best of their cir
cunistniiocs In each case. The result
was as follows :
1. Hawaii Hj&Mlfi
2. Hclene 4;00:-IK
3. Heaknl -1:10 :-15
There were eight entries for tho
second-class yachts and all started.
They were: Mignonette, by II.
Roth Pokil, by W. F. Williams ;
Pauline, by Jobn Dower ;-Kauoela-ni,
by E. R. Ryan; KaotillanI, by
VV. y. Wond ; Edith L., by Jobn L.
Iaukca; Nellie, by John Calwny;
Ocean Island, by Jno. Schwanck.
Intermittent calms at various points
made the race uncertain to the close
for the three or four boats having n
decided lead. Tho winners were as
Nellie . . .
SAIL UOAT ttACB.
This was for tho warships, with
the following entries: Nymphe, by
II. Sendon; Aline, by T. Cox;
Dainy, and Lively, by Lt. Com. Todd
of the Charleston ;" Emma, by J.
1. Kiiinni 3:09:33
U. Lively 3:25:57
Latkk Lively has been awardod
the prize, the others being barred for
turning stakebont the wrong way.
HOW1NG SIX-OAttKU QIOS.
Entries: Riaala bv Kalili; Ka
piolani, by W. H. Greig; Kanoela
ni, by Ioiani Boat Club; Malia, by
J. J. Everett; Ida, by Thos. P.
Cummins. It was a pretty race for
all going out, and a close one for
the two leaders coining home. Re
suit: 1. Kapiolani 28:20
1. Malia 28:28
3. Kanoehiui . , .31 :03
FOUR-OARED FRKIOHT UOATS.
Entries: Kaehukai and Akamai,
by Alex. Smith ; Iwalani and Kaala,
by F. R. Harvey; Mokolii, by Capt.
McGregor ; Likelike, by Capt. Davis ;
Ka Moi, by Capt. Sam. This was a
good race, with tho following result:
Kaala . .
1. Leleanae 12:40
2. Puakuuahi 14:28
FOUR-OAKKD UOATS BLIDINO BKATB.
Three boats of the Myrtle Boat
Club entered, as follows:
Stranger A. W. Carter, stroke ;
0. Branch, E. Wodehouse, James
Spencer; A. Wilder, coxswain.
Alice M. Geo. Bruns, stroke ;
Konnke, Geo. Harris, Chas. T.
Wilder; Henry Giles, coxswain.
Alf. Rogers Harris, stroke;
Armstrong, O. Sorenson, Geo. Ross ;
W. Lylc, coxswain.
1. Stranger 19:04
2. Alf. Rogers 19 :07
MINGLE SCULL HHOltK BOATS.
1. Lot Her Rip 13:25
2. No Name 13:32
Entries: Swift, by Lieut. Com.
Todd; Hanakeoki, by Ioiani Boat
Club ; Aloha, by Alex. Robertson.
1. Swift 28:30
2. Hanakeoki 29 :35
Cheering on board the American
warships heralded the Swift's vic
tory, and, as the boat swept up the
harbor, the syren of the Charleston
contributed its weird notes.
Stranger and Alice M. of the
Myrtles, with two additional oars,
1. Strangor 20:21
1. No Name 18 :37
Of four entries only the No Name
by G. Heylin and the Leleo by Ka
SINOI.K ACIll.L MIEI.I.H,
1. Alahiuu 8:37
(Entered by J. Kpencer, beating
No Name, by Geo. II. Grau.)
The same boats as in the twelve
oared ruco, the name Speeduway
being substituted for Swift:
1. Spoedaway 27 :50
Aloha did not come to time. Ila
unkeoki was 40 seconds behind the
wluncr in an exciting race.
flit I'. li:iMItT.1IK!VT JMIIAIU:.
The torchlight procussion of the
Honolulu Fire Department was a
flue ending to tho day's celebration.
It wus preceded by an imposing
cavalcade of citizens on horseback.
Then came the Pioneer Hook and
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followed by tliu
JUm( 'I'llO Fire
for the llrst time in uniform while
flannel shirt ami dark trousers,
Honolulu Engine Company No, 1,
Mucliunlu Engine Company No, 2,
Hawaii Engine Company No, 4 untl
China Engine Couipnuy No, 0 till
iniihturt'il btiongly, rim rear guard
was cninnouuil of hoys ulHIzlnu n
Kuorii or ho of mru toruhu, i(u.
wiill Coiiijiuny Imtl Hun UHii'iiur
Kill')' lllllfi, I'llU IIIIU DlUVl'll tl the
iliyiliin nf nun mil iiiiMiiiiiiniih Uiu
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the Flro Police Joined that corps in
the entertainment. The health of
His Mnjesty and tho Royal Family
was honored with threo rousing
cheers. Sir. J. W. McGuire re
sponded on behalf of the Chief
Engineer and Department, Foietnan
Ryan for Mechanic Engine Co.,
Foreman Kiouhc and Mr. Walter
Hill for the Fire Police, and the
Bulletin reporter for the Press.
Mr. Ilnwes, second olllcer of the
S. S. Australia, said he had often
been here in different steamers, and
could bear testimony to the elllcl
eucy of tho Honolulu firemen.
Speeches were also made by Hon.
John Phillips and Capt. W. S.
Wond. The latter recalled the davs
of his connection with the brigade,
when tho men had to put out fires
with (Uiand engine They had to
work in those days, doing what
steam does now.
A Hawaiian string band furnished
musics in the intervals, and Mr.
McGowan aud Mr. Phillips gave
The hall of Engine Co. No. 1 was
brilliantly aud beautifully illumin
ated. Foreman R. More presided
at the feast, and speeches were made
by himself, Chief Engineer Wilson,
Second Assistant J. II. Boyd, Mr.
B. Ordenstein and others. The
sociable time w.ns kept up with
animation till midnight.
At 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning
Their Majesties attended divine ser
vico tit St. Andrew's Cathedral.
They were attended by Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Robertson, nud H. M.'s
staff in uniform. Bishop Willis con
ducted appropriate services, the day
being set apart for special prayer
for the afflicted Hawaiian people
Their Excellencies John A. Cum
mins and C. N. Spencer, Mrs. Spen
cer, His Excellency John L. Ste
vens, United States Minister, aud
Major Wodehouse, British Commis
sioner, were among the notable per
sonngas present. The Royal Coutt
attended service at Kawaiahao
Church at 11:30 o'clock.
PRESENT TO THE CYCLIST.
There was no exhibition at the
gymnasium of tho Athletic Associa
tion Saturday evening. An inter
esting presentation took place, how
ever, in presence of n few members.
Mr. W. S. Maltby, tho champion
bicyclist, was called up and address
ed verbally in a very graoeful speech
by Mr. C. L. Carter. The speaker
testified to tho good influence Mr.
Maltby's visit exercised on athletics
in Honolulu, and to the pleasure
that he had given the public by his
Mr. Carter then presented Mr.
Maltby with a handsome medal,
made from a Hawaiian dollar the
obverse chased and .suitably in
scribed, tho reverse bearing the Ha
waiian coat-of-arms, und a gold band
encircling the piece.
Mr. Maltby briefly replied, ex
pressing the pleasure lie had taken
in his visit, assuring the Association
of his interebt in uthletics, and con
gratulating the body on its auspi
Mr. J. II. Fisher. Mr. W. Jones,
Mr. Thos. P. Cummins, aud other
active members were present.
highest Island mountain.
London Tit-I3iis in answering a
question as to the highest sea-island
The Mauna Lou or Roa, Hawaii,
Sandwich Islands, a volcanic moun
tain, rising directly from the sea, in
the form of a truncated cone, height
13,950ft., is supposed to bo the
highest isolated mountain in the
world. Tho Peak of Teneriffe is
another example, 12,182ft., the top
being in tho shape of a cone, which
is in consequence called the Sugar
Loaf. A smaller and more perfect
one is Stromholi, on one of the Li
pari islands, .height 3,100ft. above
the sea level. In all "three cases
these mountains form the central
part of Ihe jslandu, their bases be
ing used for the habitation of men
und for cultivation.
BE SURE AND CO.
The holiday auction sale of fine
Axniinster, Turkish and Persian rugs,
English furniture and pictures, nick
nacks, etc., imported for thu occasion
by Mct-srs. G. W. Macfarluno & Co.
will take place to-night. 'J lm exhibit
in Mr. L. J. Levey's auction room is
elegant beyond description and to be
appieci.iled'miiHt bo hiioii. Besides
elegant cukes of furniture thore are
many odd pieces, among which are
elegant French and English solid
sidelio.iidNand some most artiniu in
laid curd tables which fold, when out
nf ut-e, into pretty corner or sewing
There were sixty-nine cases on tho
Pollco Court docket this morning.
Thirty-four culprits were lined or
left forfeits of 80 each for druukoii-iir-Hs,
aiul fifteen who appeared for
thu Haute offense were discharged.
Two nominal flues were Imposed in
cases of affray. lotila Kitikahi wus
fined 8 10 for assaulting a policeman,
Ah Kcu hail $51 to pay nud 30 days
nt hard labor to serve for opium in
poHkUHsinn, Several cubus were rn
inmiilml und others withdrawn,
THE OBUFSIIR SAN FBAH0I8C0.
Tlm now tirnUur Hun I'rttiii'Ui'o
will go lulu rniiiiiiUloii mi Nnvmii'
linr I1MI1. Hoc MiptiiiitiiiniiU urn
lii'ttrl) (Miiiiilttol Ii 14 klill mi
oiipii iiiiniiuii 11 in Urn ilfit!i)ulhu
J llJuoillliBi. UlOligll II Ik UiJliU
J HIS MAJESTY'S VACATION.
. TlmKlnirWtH VUlttlierne'llr :nt
J Hint liolntit)- IM- Clly or Wuwli.
I Some time ago it was iiuiiuiiuied
; that Ins Majesty would hpuid A few
months for recuperation and rcH
upon tho Island of Hawaii, lt is now
underttood that the plan for His
Majesty's vacation has boon changed
and Unit he will spund h few month
along the Pacific Coast, ptobablv go
ing as far noith as British Columbia
to secure the benefits of that fiuih
and bracing climate.
As soon as it became known His
Majesty hud decided to spend his va
cation outside of the Hawaiian King,
doin the mutter was taken in baud
by some of our leading men and
planters, who have cndeavon.d to
persuade his Majesty to visit, Waoh
ington during his uIimmicc and set
afoot negotiations tending to te
model our present treaty relations
with the Great Republic, so that they
will more fully entry out and insure
tlm mutual benefits of both countries
under the changed conditions of tho
It is possible theteforo that before
roturning His Majesty will visit
Washington in our Island interests,
which, it will be remembered, be es
tablishid upon a practical footing sev
eral years ago through the medium
of our, present Reciprocity Treat v.
His Majesty will prtibably take pas
sago for the United States as the
guest of Bear-Admiral Brown, as the
U. S. F S. Charleston is expected to
leave for Sau Francisco between now
and the first of December.
A PRIVATE EXHIBITION.
Invitations have been issued by
Mr. Allan Hutchinson, the Sculptor,
to those interested in art matters to
view a bead, in clay, of the late
King Lunalilo. This latest work of
art of the talented sculptor will be
placed on private exhibition at his
studio, next door above the Japa
nese Legation, on Nuttanu street,
to-morrow afternoon between the
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock. The time
of exposure is necessarily limited
owing to the fragile nature of the
material used, and all invited guests
are therefore requested to avail
themselves of the above hours for
viewing the model.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
MINISTER LINCOLN COMINO HO.MK.
London, Oct. 29th. Lobert Lin
coln, United States Minister, left to
day for Liverpool, where he will em
bark for New York, having been
granted leave of absence by the
Government. He will return to
England in January.
DAMAGE BY FLOOD IN MEXICO.
City of Mexico, Oct. 29th. Re
ports continue to come in of serious
damage by floods in the state Jalisco.
At one village a -number of people
A UIU FOIIEST BLAZE.
San Rafael, Oct. 29th. For the
past ten days a forest lire has been
raging on the Coast range between
here and Boliuas. A tract compris
ing over 8000 acres has been burned,
and the fire is still burning in an
easterly direction. Plight bridges
on the road between San Rafael and
Bolinas have been burned, necessi-t-ating
the stage going via Sausalito.
The mail is being canied across
Mount Tamalpais by pony express.
Over two hundred men are engaged
fighting the lire. The telephone- and
telegraph lines to Bolinas are down.
AN ANARCHIST MOVEMENT.
Paris, Nov. 4. An extensive an
archist movement has been discover
ed at Lyons. Five arrests have al
ready been made and others are
VON MOLTKE KAILINO.
London, Nov. 3. Count von
Moltke has suffered moro severely
thun is generally admitted from his
recent excitement. His attacks of
cramps are not of a very serious
kind, but his eyes have suddenly
become so inflamed as to cause much
anxiety to his friends. He will leave
Berlin for his beloved Cresian on the
Bohemian frontier as soon as the
doctors pronounce him fit to travel.
FIGHTING IN AltMENIA.
Constantinople, Nov. 3. An en
counter has occurred between the
Turkish troops and armed Armen
ians near Erzergan, in Armenia.
Seven soldiers were Killed and fif
teen wounded. Acting under orders
issued by the Sultan, tho Governor
of Erzeroum summoned all the
Moesieins to the mosques aud called
upon them to treat Christians with
A IllISSIAN EXl'LOHEIt'lS JOl'UNEV.
St. Petersburg, Oct. SDtli. Capt,
Orombtshevhki, the explorer, has
returned to Osh from nu expedition
to Hindoo Kooslt. The urvey
covered 7000 vcrsts.
l'noF. Alexander has two fine
( cows for sale.
Mlt. Justice McUully sits at Cham
bers this wenk, There was no hoar
lug this morning.
Mil. Thos. Melvlnley ami
((ilonil Norrln, who are old kiwiimti
nan nf Hawaii ui, iiiliiniiul lo-ilay by
tin hitrl.t'iiiiiui Hunter
I'HINH III)' uiuim:u (nun the l-
ir. it a, 'iiniiitnu lu my
Of Ml tllllM')' llltlt'l Ul tllMtMlll
iiilihn'o, iiii, J , Suijis
HI 111 UHIMI '! Ultli!l 1W
,,11 ..nil VI...
it'll 1 int
! Hawaiian .Opera House.
PROFESSOR G. SAUVLET,
On Tuesday Evening, Noy, 18,
AT s O'CLOCK,
i Kooit.vsiaria i
Mm ch Austi ian .Sounds Selfert
Piano Duet .Martha... Sydney Smith
Mr. 11. Wldeuiatn, Prof. SnuVlet.
Song Wanderlleil tichumau
-Mr. P. J. Isenberg.
Song Caviitlim Atnlnsl
Mlaa V. .1. Vi.li.,
Zither ijolo Mv Own...
Mr. '111. Wolf.
Song To Sevllla
Wall The Sighs
.String Ot chest ra.
Soiig-0 Luce dl Qiiertnnlinn
Mrs. K. fJniv.
Piano Solo Fantasia...
Soug "ISi-atiliful Waltz.
Miss F. J. N'olte
Beloved Country ,
I'LtlCISs) ut UHTJA I.
K3JJeerved Seats at Mr. L. J.
Levey's otllce. 712 2t
Xov. ail, nt 3:IJI o'rlocK,
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized In San Francisco by Mr.
Frank L. Hooks and Is composed of the
very best of Base Hall Players especial -
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
AND TIIK CI.U1IS OK TIIK
Mill BtnM Leapt
The first game will be played on
SATURDAY AFTEltSOOX. S'ovein
ber'J2d, at:IS o'clock:
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
ONE OF THE HOME TEAM
rOrrfehedule of 0.11110 will be an
PRICES of" ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (including reservt
ed -.eat) 83 50-
Single dmi,tiiiin 50
Reserved Chairs lu Grand Btnnd
' K.Ii. No charge for carriage
EQf-Senson TlekeU eiiu be procure!
at the Hawaiian Newb Co.'s; Holllster
& Co.'s; Xolte's Coffee Saloon; C. J.
.McCarthy's Ulgai-Store; Williams Pho
tograph Gallery, and of the members of
the Hanallan Mace Rail League.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of llie stock
holders of Wilder'8 Steamship
Co., (LAI), held at their oflice in this
city, Nov, 11th, the following olncer
were re-elected to serve during the en
Win. (J. Wilder Pie.Mdent.
Jno. F. Hackfeld.. .Viec-Pnt.sidetit,
Sain'l Jl. Rons Secretary,
tiaiu'l B. Rose Treasurer,
Win. F Allen Auditor.
S. B. JlO.iE,
Honolulu, Xot, 17, 16H0. 71ii lw
rpHE adjourned annual meeting of
1 the Union Feed Co. will be held
at tliel'ompaiiy'biMllce, on WEDNES
DAY. Nov l'Jth, at 10 :30 o'clock a.m.
S. F. GRAHAM.
710 3t Secretary.
Wunteil liiuiimlisitely !
A LARGE ipiantlty of Empty Kero
sene Tins, lu good order, for
which we will pay 7fi tents a dozen.
710 3t (-,A-?TL,': fcl'OOKK.
'pilE uadelgtied have thU day
X. formed a copartnership for the
purpose of dealing lu hay. grant, etc.,
under the iiaiue of the Callfuriilii Feed
Co. T. .I.KING,
,1. N WRIGHT.
Honolulu, Pfrpt. 17, ISUO, cut tl
Planobrte Timer & Repairer,
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