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DAILY BULLETIN': HONOLULU, H. 1.; NOVEMBER 24, IbiK).
Foreign Qfllco Notice.
Official notice having been given
that during the temporary absence
HON. E. MULLER,
Consul for Austria-Hungary,
ED. SUHIt, ESQ., I
Will discharge the functions of that
office as Acting Consul, all persons
are hereby required to give full faith
and credit to all the official acts of
the said Ed. Huhi , Esq.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Aliiohmi Hale, Nov. 21, 1890.
71G 31-108 It
It has pleased His Mujcsty the
King to appoint
WALTEK HILL, ESQ.,
To be a member of the Board of Edu
cation. The Board now consists of the fol
lowing gentlemen :
HON. CHARLES R. BISHOP, Pre
sident; HON. W. D. ALEXANDER,
HON. S. M. DAMON,
MR. V. W. HALL and
WALTER HILL, ESQ.
lolani Palace, Nov. 30, 1890.
710 3t-lC8 It
John M. Kealoha, Esq., lias this
day been appointed Notary Public
for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 19, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
w ater for irrigating purposes are from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 6 o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to nather Sect nor Parti,
But cstablithtd for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 24, 1890.
I would like to ask whose care
lessness it was which caused the
Tramways Co.'s wator car and car
No. 15 to collide yesterday?
FROM HONGKONC TO 'FRISCO.
Editor Bulletin :
Will you please state how many
days a P. M. steamer takes to make
the trip from San Franciico to Hong
kong. By publishing the answer
you will settle a dispute and oblige.
The steamer Oceanic, which
rived in San Francisco Nov. 1st,
was 23J clays from Hongkong via
Yokohama, from the latter place
being 14 days, 22 Iiouib and 14
minutes. This is about the usual
time of the Pacific Mail Steamers.
DEATH OF A. C. TURTON.
Arthur Campbell Turton, eon of
the late Harry Turton and Annie H.
Turton, born at Lahaina. Maui, and
better known in Honolulu as "Jack
Turton," is no more. Deatb xc
moved him hence on the 8th instant,
at the age of 23 years and 6 months.
He died in San Francisco in the
presence of relatives, among whom
was his mother. lie was residing at
Seattle, aud caught a severe cold
while at a baseball match, which led
to something worse. His relatives
n San Francisco, learning of his
sick condition, sent for him, and he
expired after arrival ns above
stated. The funeral services were
rendered by Mr. R. L. Brewer, lec
tor and principal of St. Matthew's
Hall, the institution in which
"Jack" waa educated, The pall
bearers woro nearly all Hawulians
and old school mates, They were:
H, Mommrrat, G, Wlldor, J, I.
rjowsett, jr., William Holt, W, Al
rtrioli uiul W, Eaton, The remains
iiaye boon tomnorrly deposited In
(lie hn KraiifiBco nimonlo ready.
in vault, awaiting UhiiviiiUsIuii in
Honolulu for Inturmvni In Nuunnu
Vuy ueineierv, Tlie news of
"JiokV' ilt)ttr(ur to Hi uiiiuun
wnrl'l w hu ritunlvwl y inmy
fllsiuli with MInk of i inl
nuiii nil ly Mono will) iMjtei vino
UvHk dun lumwblvb ur (lie iuuvi
They Arrivo in Good Shapo and
Are Ready for the Fray.
'Dnlfiy" Hall-Tonarra MtnixlltiK
In a How.
When the Zealandia came into
port yesterday a large crowd was
present to catch a first glimpse of
Mr. Frank Hoogs and his hard hit-
1 ter8 from California, and it was not
very long after the gang plank was
thrown out before Manager Hoogi
had his nine daisy ball-tossers stand
ing in a row, with an admiring
crowd of enthusiastic denizens
around them. Tlieir make-up was
closely inspected and some of
the bolder youngsters actually per
formed the' feat of surreptitiously
feeling of the polished bats strapped
to the valises, when their owners
were looking the other way.
The "Callfornias" will stay here
until the ai rival of the next through
steamer for San Francisco and will
play seven schedule games and per
haps enough extras to make the to
tal ten or eleven games. Since the
arrival of the "boys from 'Frisco" the
demand for season tickets lias increas
ed. The boys expect to be photo
graphed in a day or two at Williams'
gallery and thus far express them
selves as immensely pleased with
the tropics. Providing the Honolulu
fellows don't increase the tempera
ture on the "diamond" they declare
the climate beats even "the glori
ous" of California.
Manager Hoogs has brought Joe
Leveque, an AI pitcher, who will
take Dove Creamer's place in right
field, the latter playing 2d base in
place of Harry O'Day, as announced
in the Bulletin of the 14th instant.
Joe Leveque is a man with a good
record. Ho has played with the
Stocktons, also with the Salem,
Oregon,Club and is engaged to play
next season with the San .loses, who
enter the California League at that
time. The boys will pull themselves
together for drat practice at the
grounds this afternoon at three
o'clock, but hereafter will practise
every morning nt 10 o'clock.
Below is given the batting posi
tions of both clubs as they will play
the flrstgame next Thuisday after
noon: CALI&OKNIA9. POSITIONS.
Cahill Left Fielder
Farrell Pitcher & Right Fielder
Howard 3rd Baseman
Powers 1st Baseman
Sharp Center Fielder
Reilly Short Stop
Creamer 2d Baseman
Leveque. . .Right Fielder & Pitcher
Wodehouse, H 1st Baseman
Chandler Short Stop
Coyne Center Fielder
Wilder, Chan Catcher
Whitney 2d Baseman
Conradt Left Fielder
Lucas, A Right Fielder
Friedenberg 3rd Baseman
Lucas, W Pitcher
There Is no doubt the coming
games will proye the best ever play
ed here. Although t)ie playing will
be that of amateurs vs. profession
als, there is at present no certainty
which club will display the best qua
lities in individual games. The Ho
nolulus have some strong fielders
and good batters, and while it can
not be expected they will hold their
own in a series of games against
practiced professionals, it is not a
foregone conclusion that the 'Frisco
boys will "walk the log" without a
The Captain of the "Californias"
will be Tom Powers, last season
Captain of the San Franciscos, and
this season of the Baltimorcs. The
Honolulus will be bandied by Capt.
H. M. Whitney, Jr., (our Harry),
one of the best and moat popular
players of the Hawaiian League.
NYMPHE DRAMATIC EXHIBITION.
The Nymphe Dramatic Compuy
gave an exhibition last Saturday
evening for the benefit of the Sail
ors' Hume fund. There was only a
small audience present. The object
was a good one, and should have re
ceived a more generous patronage
from the public, and especially from
those directly interested in the Sail
ors' Home project.
The company presented two farces
entitled, "Leave it to me" and
"Borrowed Plumes," which were
well received. In both farces Mr.
II. Seaden,as an oldmun.and Mr.W.
Sims, as funny man, did exceedingly
well. The female parts in botb in
stances were played by Messrs.
Wickenden and J. King. Mr. King,
at Susan Muggins uud Kmina re
spectively, did some excellent not
ing and sustained his transforma
Besides the farces, and renlly the
bent portion of the exhibition, woro
a H(iind drill of light infantry by
Itoyul Marines of II, M, H. Nympho,
anil a rimllitlo song anil tableaux
milliM, "Itiilu Hrituniilu," both of
hIiIiiIi wore Imully vncoitnl. Mr, W,
Hlins illi! exoenllngly wvll In hi
ooinlu uniig, "I couldn't," m illil
Mr. T. Vm III "hetty m pink"
imI In "lojf lionil)i.
TIib iwliiJilri iliiitirHiBillrei!llnn
n'Mr. 0w Werilil, fiiniWM n
umIIiiH mill", 'ill urn inuslliW
Car Ho. 16 Thrown From the Track
on Nuuanu Street.
liifuimrlrnt Urakc Power On n
Heavy Wnter :nr.
Yesterday nftemoon at ten mln
utes past two o'clock, an accident J
happened on the Nuuanu tramway,
which might have resulted fatally
but for tbo presence of mind of the
employees of the Tramways Com
pany. The facts are as follows, as nearly
as may be artlved at: The compa
ny's heavy, iron water car, in charge
of a young Poituguese boy, got off
the track at the corner of School and
Nuuanu streets. Car No. 1G came
down the alley at the time, driven
by Charles IJonncll. Donnell at
tempted to pull the water car on to
the track with his mules by pulling
up the valley, but failed. He then
hitched his mules to the other end
of the car, pulled down the valley
and at lust succeeded in making the
heavy car take the track.
Ileie both trouble and danger be
gan. Cur No. 15 was coining up
the valley and was just passing
Vineyard 'street. When the heavy
water car dropped into the track the
noise scared the mules. They at
once started to i tin. The Portu
guese boy set the brake, but it prov
ed entirely insulllcient, there being
hut one light biake for the four
wheels of the heavy water car. For
this reason the mules found no drag
upon them except Donncll's strain
on the reins, as he followed at the
side of the car.
The driver of Car No. IS comir.g
up the valley saw the danger, stop
ped his car, unhitched his horses
and warned his passengers out of
the car before the collision occurred.
Donnell kept his hold on the reins
.mil before the water cur reached Car
No. 13, succeeded in stopping the
mules and turning their heads up
the valley. 'Had the brake power
been adequate at this point no col
lision would have taken place. The
headway gained, however, by the
heavy water car actually drugged
the mules with it until it collided
with Car No. 15 just in front of Mr.
Wood's place. Car No, 15 was
thrown from the tiack in a badly
damaged condition and the water
car continued its course.
When the collision occurred Don
nell, who still held the reins, was
thrown violently to the ground ; he
legained his feet, however, almost
immediately and caught and stopped
the mules and car. now greatly
checked, at Vineyard stieot, near
the Eagle House.
THANKSGIVING n.ij MiucPies,
of extra line quality. Fiee de
llveiy. Leave your order aily at the
'Kllte Ice Cieam Parlor." 718 -It
JVflNCE Pies of superior quality
LV1 fresh to-day at the Elite Ice
Cream Parlors. 717 Iw
riAMARINOS' Refrigerator will
J arrive per S. S. Zealandia with the
following fruits, etc., in plentiful sup
ply: Fresh Ft ozen Oysters In tins and
hell, Celety, Cauliflowers, Cabbage,
Apples, Pears. Gmpes, Nuts and Diled
Fruits. Raisins. Figs. Etc., Etc
710 :it Calikoknia Fuuit Maiiket.
A MEETING of the Directors of the
Knplolanl Park Association will
be held at the oaice of W, G Irwin &
Co., on WEDNESDAY, the 2Cth Inst.,
at 11 o'clock a.m. '
718 at Secretary.
United States Legation,
Honolulu, Nov. 24,' IBilO.
Keeognizing Unit the principles of
Christianity are ensentiul to the true
Jife of clvllUed men. President Harri
son nas appointed THURSDAY, Nov.
27th, to be observed as a day of prayer
and thanksgiving, and invites the peo
ple of the United States on that day to
joiu lit rendering gratitude to our beno
llcentCieator for the blessing He hut.
giautcd to the AmeticHii Nation. I am
requested to give notice to American
citizens fn Honolulu, and all others who
sympathize with tljo 'American people
in observing a leveled re) felon b cus
tom, thnt thero will be services at the
Central Union Church and at St. An
dtew's Cathedral, at 11 o'clock a. ji,,
on the 27th, and a cordial Invitation U
extended to the public to participate.
JOHN L. STEVENS,
718 St U. S. MliilMer I'luii,
MT ALU SIZES -
A Flue Stock utMuced Prices
taction Sales bj James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At lcddoncoof Mil. It. LA1NO, llethel
Bttcet, adjoining the Pot Olllee, I will
sell at Public Auction,
The EntiroHousoh'ld Furniture,
Single Bedioom Set,
Mosquito Nets, Chairs, Rockers,
Crocket y & Glassware,
DonkcuRe, Hath Tub,
Kitchen htoe ift Utensils
Etc., Etc., Etc ,
JAS. F. MOUGAN,
Bv order of the OAHU RAILWAY &
' LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT a O'CLOCK 1 .11..
A limited number of those desirable
Baildins Lots at Psarl City
The Company have expended 820,000
to i)ioeuie an ample supply of puie
mountain water, 1 exulting in the com
pletion of two large Reservolis with
stoi.ige of nearly 2,000.000 gallons.
Fioui a distributing Reservoir with n
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet aboe ea lcel, watei
has been laid along Lehim Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a u-iueh Cist
Iron Pjpe, fiotn which water will be
supplied by-'thu Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to carry puichasers and tlieir
families and seivahts by tall betweeu
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Glass
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 0 years f torn the date
These special Kates of fare w 111 be
tiansfct able with the propeity during
the term named in the Oiiginal Deed.
Ttaiiis will always bciiuiforicason.iblu
accommodation of residents at Peail
City. Ti.ihi" will reach Honolulu .it
0 :-J5 and 8 or 8 .45 and 1 1 ;f0 a. m , lc: e
Honolulu for Pearl ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :15 n. m and 1:15 and 4 to
4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. in. subjeethow
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time found uecessaty for the
convenience of the public or business
Interests of the Company. Evening
Trains will also be run whenever theie
is a l oasomible demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
TIiomj desh lug lots wheie the niot
ohai niliig view can he hud fiotn the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots flouting on I.eluia, Muilo or
Woodlawu Avenues; this is a most
charming location for tesldence, us nil
agiee who have tiken tin tiouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewu
Com t House. As a health, ivsoit. a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy tetnis
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yars,
One-xhird in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for thu most
limited In means to pjbpurc'a flue
healthy icsUlence. Distance is anni
hilated by lullway communication, so
Unit people living at Peail City will
reach Honolulu ui less time than It
takes to come fiom Waiklki by the
ordinary means of navel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be indie
thuu live cents per d.ij gic.iter than the
present cost of travel to Waikikl by
Nov Is your time to piocure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pi lees lower than they can cer be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If voudojou will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings we to often hear
fiom people who hud a chance to buy
thuwholQof Kiiliiokuhua Plains for u
song, but th.oy didn't' A woid to thu
wise is Kiilllcicnt,
C-sgT Maps of the Lots can hu seen rt
theolllccsof the Pacific Hunlwaio Co,,
Hawaiian News Co,, and T. Q. Tin urn's,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, wheui
all fm titer Information cuu bo obtained.
J. ION, Hiiinunl M Damon will net us
- my uttniiiuy, wlih full pmveis,
dining my alisoiiuo fmju the Kingdom,
OJIAH- . JHIIOI
Honolulu, Km. ai, IHliO, JtTit
MDKTINU nf lm llotmliif ''im
lew of iiii Honolulu Hullou Humid
Hocly mII hu held ill llin llouin uj llu
Glitiiiimii uf Cmiiiiiuri'ii, mi WCDNItH
J1A V. Ul Will llikl.. HI II inint. a, i,
if liuui mii uyiUMi K Ui!ll Dili illli)
eujiiifUw Willi IP ijiiuiiuii uu uf ,i
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Assets, :
KIOUA1CD A. UcCUJCIlY, I'rcHlilcnt.
JBfr Kor full particulars apply to
THEO. II. DALIES & CO.,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerostme Oil "ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendoif's Dissolved Permian Gunno, Ohlemloil'8 Speeiid Cnue Mauuro.
LONDON PURPLE:-Effectual desttojer of Potato, Cotton & I'nnker Worms, Kto.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-Destroys all Noxious Weed & Serulm.
BAGSt Sugar, Kice, Paddy, foal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latent Improvement In mateilal aud texture.
Shottly exjieeted a
Hue line of
For Yokohama & HongKone
Mull S. S,
"CITY Of RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will sail for the above ports
on or about
For fieiglil ot parage iily to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
JLi. W OOO
HAS remoed his olllee and residence
to the uew building opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on Beictunm street.
C10LUMBIA Safety Bicycle, In good
I oulcr, for sale cheap. Apply this
MII.CII Cows, neatly
Htoek. Apply to
PKOK. ALkX NDEK, .
lJuildinyr Lol Vov huh I
LOT of l.aud 100 feet
fionl by 117 feet depth,
op Young stieet, iiciu Kiv
uumnkustixet. Apph to
.1. M. VIVAS.
A BUILDING Lot on Bere
taula .street, adjoining
I MM Air. Tiegloau s leslueiiee. h-i
ft, 3 n. fiontnge by HO ft. C In. deep;
fenced, fttilt ti.Qes planted and water
laid throughout. Desirable lopatjou.
Apply to J. M, GA.M MIA, Ju ,
Ileal Kstnte & Geueial Agent, Kpieo
kcls' Block, Jtootn 10. 710 Ot
APTaIN Joseph Angus of the Btl
V tlsh batk "Gltvau," will not bo
iCHptuiHlblo for imy debts contiueted by
bis eiow without bis wltten order.
Copiu'tuer.sltip Not ipo.
''IHK iiudi'irtlmieil. have this
JL foiiiifil a coniiiiiiuishlp for
uurnosu of UciiUnt: hi hiiv. uiiiiu. etc..
under the name of (h California Feed
Co. T..I KINO,
,1. X WKIOIIT,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 18D0, lidl tf
TMIIIXT Iioin i;gyil, a coiinlgii
1J n pilllvti, (mililKlh iV ( o.'h (inn-
nlnit i.'Aypilmi iuiiiut, iiiiulu (mm
Hut riuli'itl 'I'MikM! inlMirnu. ''iu
libowi IiihimI ii Hut ulmiieiiit of ;iiiupp
uiul lliu 1'niilliiuiil. To it iiiiiii.
WhulnHiIti niii'i lllli'il, I'm mln ui
I'iiIImHIIIii I'lliH MiiiLiU
rtlll'lll (ill IlllillllnlllllllllilillllU,
ISSUED BY THE
OF 3VESW YOKK
i;orriuruMu iron. Fence W
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TEE PA.CIFIJ HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Btg to announce that in consequence of i xteniive rep .Irs to tlieir bulldluK. ther
are Removing their Stocks of Goods to the
war uurmg iemoal, in otder
ir Eire ml is
n il ..
ZW Persons requiring anything
ftSew Goods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
liiiMiil ICI(.n," Now.
Sranite, iron and Tin Ware I
Oharide liers, Lerup&and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUPEE HQP,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING. JIN, COFFER AffiD-
Rhoet Ti'on Aork
You can find the
.Leading : Millinery : House
Chun, J FiHho),
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The "Dail Bulletin Weekl" SummarV'"'
INMIMMI MYWy TllMNllHJKi
u mum i m$m$ uunu m m mm & mi Mm
S. JEJ. JROW3E,
Ocncral Aj?cnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUKBKtt COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS.
SI LV ER W ARE, ST ATIONER Y ,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
CluiIV Cuttcm & nuo KnivuH.
Crockery & Glassware,
n. Tln i,Mfi.,a t?
,., w. a wAH.ri, JU.IIJ .
to this trade.
to save expeuse of handling
hi their lino will llnd this a speolally favor-
Uew Goods ! -
fresh invoices are ou the way.
Wf5 Jit OT liiiip Hlrnet
Latest Sf ylf; of
& Children's Hats
Cor, Fort & Hnlo) Sf,
12 mmmmSmt llifeli.,. feip