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DA1JLX JBULLKTJIS : UUJNO.LUJL.U, ii., i., NOVEMBER 2r, low,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. &0, 18J0.
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A.M. l'.M. l'.M.
8:45 l:4ti -li'.int
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10:51 U:51 f :4Bt
11:05 4:5G G:60f
t Saturdays only.
Ilk Columbia, Goodman, 24 day from
StinrC It Ul-hup from ehcultof Oahu
:N OV 2i
Stun- Likellkc for Pumihiut aud Ookala
at G p in
Stmr Itanla for Kauai at 4 p in
II M S Nymplie for Molokal
VfcSSE.S LEAVING TO-MORROW."
Stinr W G Hull for Hawaii and Maul nt
10 a in
From Port Blitkoly, pur bk Columbia,
Nov Ui W Howath and Sir Ltimbord.
For Maul, per stmr Claudluc, Nov 25
G P Wilder and wife, 1 Omstead, G
Hchiemanii, Hon L V V Kauealil, Mis
E Jackson, C B Mukeo, Mr Pron and
about CO deck.
For Kauai, per still r Mlknlmln, Nov
25 Mrs Kowell, It Cutton, J Gay, Per
rctra, Alex Keawe, Rapazo. Itutto,
Jlaas,-IIon P P Kanoa, C W Spitz, C
lingers, Sam Hlug aud GO duck.
The steamer W G II nil was lowered
from the Marine Railway yesterday,aitd
the steamer Hawaii was hauled up for
cleaning. The foi tner will bail for Maul
and Hawaii at 10 a m to-mori ow.
The bark Cohunbln, Oupt Goodman,
arrived yesterday afternoon w 1th "05,000
feet lumber consigned to Messrs Allen
&, Robinson. Had Hue weather the
At the urgent request of n large
number of young men, who would
be unable to attend Prof. Brigham's
lecture if given next Friday as an
nounced, it has been postponed to
next Tuesday evening, Dec. 2d.
THE KING'S DEPARTURE.
His Excellency John L. Stevens,
United States Envoy and Minister
Plenipotentiary, and Mr. H. L.
Severance, Consul-General, were ou
board the Charleston to receive His
Mojesty on behalf of their Govern
ment. Major R. Hoapili Baker, of His
Majesty's staff, accompanies the
King to tho States as aide-de-camp.
Under tho amended military law
the following ofllcers have been ap
pointed for the King's Guard:
J. H. Kahalewai, Captain.
E. K. Lilikalani, First Lieutenant.
Waiau Jerome Feary, Second
Capt. Robert Parker Waipa, who
was promoted on the dismissal of
Kahalewai by the late Government
for suspected complicity in tho in
surrection of July 30, 1889, will re
tire at the accession, of tho new
olllcers, Dec. 1st. He declined the
offer of the first lieutenancy.
cektral union church.
Central Union Church will hold a
Thanksgiving service at 11 o'clock
to-morrow. Rev. Oliver P. Emer
son will preach the sermon. The
choir will sing Tours' anthem, "Re
joice in the Lord."
st. Andrew's cathedral.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock the
second congregation will hold &
thanksgiving service. Tho choir
will render the following music:
Tallis' responses, 't'Te Deu'm,"
Dykes in F; "Jubrtale," Taylor in
F; anthem, "Ye Shall Dwell in tho
Land," Stainor; hymns, "Wo
Plouirh the Fields nnd Scatter," and
"Now Thank We All." Tho Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh will preach an ap
The Government is in direct negor
tiation with A. W. von Schmidt,
San Francisco, ownar of a patented
"improved dredging machino," with
a view to getting the plauVffor tho
Honolulu harbor worlds The ma
qlijilo was doing successful work
for the United States Government
on the Oukland harbor works, rais
ing the sand from the bottom and
driving it through 5000 feet of 20
inch pipe, ami delivering it on u
Mr, von Schmidt will agruo to de
liver thu drudging inuolilnu nt Hono
lulu within six mouths afior tliodulii
of Hlgiilng thu contract, It will In
oluilo 2000 foul of .'!). Iimh plpu mid
Til) pontoons foruorllni tho pipit.
Tin) ilrmlgo si'iw w liu ()) (nut
long. 60 fnui liimm mnl 7 'tint ilium,
It i)i)iiniiullnii rt'iiiilrliiK tf6,Ui)Q
font of liniihur. JwinUiur Hiiuwiur
U Dfuoljuiliiu; Willi nvlnw to Iih'Iiih
UlMH'tlPi iPHlni Him iiiiih
nm IjuIINjuhi m iuM)vmmy
iiDut In liuiiiu y lur. Ill miv uuhf'i
Mi luouuriuli ilii' iJrwIuii Bill Ij?
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ouu Hupromo Court report
Mn. Justice Uickkuton Rita nt
Chambers this week.
The Little Lord Faunllorny rom
pauy had its lirst rehearsal last night.
Tiik Intermediary Division of tho
Supreme Court in postponed fioin to
morrow one week.
Sistbk Rose Gertrude's complaints
published in a New York paper are
reproduced ou the fourth page of this
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors offer
a various aud tempting bill of faro
for Thanksgiving Day. Leave your
A special meeting of the Hcalani
Boat Club will bo held at Ariou Hull
this evening, to perfect all arrange
ments for I he picnic.
As usual, the Hawuiian Hotel will
hae a Thanksgiving dinner to-mor-rowovening.
Mr. Lucas, the steward,
may be depended on to mnku it a
Mk. D. 11. Everett has been elected
to the State Senate from the 20th
Sonatoiial District of California.
Mr. Everott is u native of Honolulu
and eldest son of Mr. A. P. Ev rett
of San Francisco, an old knmaaina.
Tun Directors of the Kapiolani
Park Association at their meeting this
morning discussed the now road
round Diamond Head for which the
Legislature provided in its grant to
The Amateur Minstrels of Hono
lulu will wind up this week of many
attractions with their concert Satur-.
day evening. It is bound to be a
success, as everything in that lino
undertaken by our own boys has.
Tin: Healani Boat Club announces
a moonlight exclusion on Hawaiian
I ndcpendcncc Day, to Reninud Grove,
Pearl City. Tickets for tho round
trip may be had of members of the
club at $1.50 each. Notice of trains
will be announced hereafter.
Mn. W. C. Spkoull is again to tho
front with new goods suitable for the
holiday heason. The reputation of
this gentleman's goods is so well
established throughout these islands
that there is no doubt that he will
Find ii leady sale for them all.
The Hawaiian Baseball Leaguo
met at noon and appointed tho Cham
ber of Commerce room and Saturday
at 12 :30 o'clock, as tho place a'nd
time for formally receiving from Mr.
Geo. V. Smith the challenge cup
presented by Mr. A. G. Spalding of
The Board of Health has secured
the site of tho smallpox hospital of
1853, below tho extension of Queen
street, whereon to erect stables for
the free scavenging service. Tho
lot is about 100 feet square. Messrs.
Wright Bros, have been given the
job of making three carts suitable
for the removal of garbage.
Applications of Chinese for pass
ports by the S. S. Rio de Janeiro, due
Tuesday next, have been made for
mally, although tho applicants hope
to come under the advantages of the
new law. This question will be de
cided positively after the return of
the Attorhey-GoneraWrotii Hawaii.
"Francis M Black, who complain
ed of being robbed of $2000 in money
and jewuli y, was given piibsago to
San Francisco on the Charleston,
thtough the kindiysR of Admiral
Biown. His object is the apprehen
sion of the robber. Tho Foreign
Office gave him a letter to Consul
General McKiuley, asking that official
to help him.
To meet the convenience of the
public attending the baseball
matches on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, extra cars will follow each
of the ordinary cars on Berutauia
street, and a 15-minute service will
be run on King street. At the close
of the matches on each day a suffi
cient number of cars will be run
down from Punahou to convey the
people to town.
Mr. Wray Taylor, reporter of the
Advertiser, formerly of the Bulle
tin, has received the appointment of
Secretary of tho Board of Immigra
tion. His newspaper experience
joined with his well-known energy
will ensure good and faithful work
in "the position. As a brother press
man we congratulate Mrs Taylor on
the preferment. The salary is 81800
HEALANI BOAT CLUB.
The above club probably to soma
of the community is still unheard of,
therefore unknown. This club wus
organized by somo of our" well
known young men, who take prido
in physical culluio, some time last
spring. Thu aim of this club is, us
slated in their codo, thu promotion
of the "uit of rowing and physical
cultuiu." Still in its Infancy, with
out the proper implements for com
peting for uijuutiu laurels of rowing
In our waters, as lis bUtur club, the
Myrtle, thu lluuUiii comes bufoiu
this cosmopolitan community, offer
liu; it ttoulul uvunt wliluli will iloiiht'
Um liu ruwunluit with u imgu
piitroiiuuu. I'lil will liu u iiioiiii
lltflll pluiilu to I'uurl City, Hiuolijimi
hwliiK IQ nil" fninN t t'lpili) Him
clulh TIim t'Diiiiniiully bliouli) lie
uupr lo lu'lii iIim ymiutj iiiwi In lliulr
emui innu or piiyHiii unmiiH
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TAX APPEAL DECISIONS.
The Board of Tax Appeals for
this District has rendered the fol
lowing decisions: Union Ico Uo.
and Hawaiian Tiamwnys Co., assess
ments sustained ; Mrs. F. J. Tcsln,
appeal allowed ; G. T. Pauui and
Mrs. Rcist, assessments reduced.
The O. R. & L. Co. have secured
from the Tramways Co., for Satur
day Novomber 29th, through the
kindness of Mr. Paine, a special
car to connect at Honolulu station
with the train to leave "Pearl City"
at '2:30 p. m., in order to ensure
conveyance from the depot to base
ball grounds in time for the opening
of thu game.
BURNT WITH MOLTEN IRON.
Mr. Thomas Smith, foreman
moulder at the Honolulu Iron
WoikB, was burned in the face yes
terday witli molten iron. Ho "was
standing too near the riser of the
mould, when the iron spurted up
and 6tiuck him ou tho brow. It
was feared at llrst that his sight
wouiu be lost, but Happily there is
now no danger of that calamity.
William Richardson, negro, who
had a wife in Honolulu, was drown
ed from the steamer Cluudine, when
off Kawnihae ou tho return tiip.
He was anchor-man and was secur
ing the anchor when be slipped into
the sea. The steamer was put about
arid a shipmate jumped" overboard
to tho rescue, but could not find the
unfortunate man, either mi or be
neath the surface. Whether he was
swept under the vessel by a cut i out,
or wii9 seized by a shark, it is im
possible to say. Richardson was
highly piizcd by the Wilder Steam
ship Company, for his sobriety and
The first game of baseball between
the "Califomias" and the "Hono
lulus" will take place to-morrow af
ternoon at the league grounds.
Everybody seems to have become
interested in the result of the pre
sent game and there is hardly a
doubt a large audience will fill the
grand stand. The ladies of Hono
lulu arc also taking much interest in
the American national game and as
usual a large attendance of the fair
sex may be expected.
Both clubs have been actively en
gaged in practice during the past
week and a close contest is an
nounced by the "knowing ones."
The grounds are in excellent condi
tion and the management will ar
range eveiy possible convenience
for public "comfort. The doors of
J,he grand stand will be opened at 2
o'clock and the game will begin
promptly at 3:15 to-morrow nfter
noon. SAILORS' HOME.
At the meeting of tho Trustees of
the Sailors' Home this morning,
Messrs. F. A. Schaefer, C. M.
Cooke and S. M. Damon were ap
pointed a committee ou plans. One
plan was before the meeting. This
committee will call for designs for
the building, the best to win a prize
of $100 and the second 825. The
designs are to be in by the middle
of December, so as to be submitted
at the annual meeting, the latter
part ol the month.
The committee on subscriptions
was directed to push their work, so
as to reach numbers of people well
able to contribute, but who have not
yet been approached. The Trus
tees have 815,000 in hand, of the
818,000 desired to build on an effi
cient scale. This is apart from the
money raised by ths ladies, which is
intended to furnish the Home.
PRESENT TO OLIVE BERKLEY.
Mrs. Louise M. Berkley, the
mother of the talented little girl,
Olive Berkley, is an actress of high
standing in America. She created
for the Australian public the role ot
Minna in Little Lord Fuuntleroy,
and so great was her success that
her performance was clashed with
Mr. Henry Edwards'. Many press
notices gave to Mr. Berkley the
palm, and pronounced her perform
ance the most artistic and best play
ad nart in the piece, except the title
Mrs. Berkley has appeared with
ail the best stars of the present time.
Mr. Henry Edwards, Miss Winthrop,
little Olive, and Mrs. Berkley went
out to Australia over a year ago.
Among the many souveniis given
the little girl upon her travels, sho
mostly prizes a handsome watch
presented her on the Mariposa by
Mr. Alexander Voting, in behalf of
the Honolulu passengers. Tho
watch bears this insciipliou, "Pre
sented to Olive Berkley by her Mo
nnltilu fellow passengers, Sept. 1st,
1889," and on thu outer lid is liunil
somcly engraved the word "Aloha."
Next to her watch she values a
handsomely hound volume of the
Tower of Loudon, piesuuted by Mr.
Henry Edwards, viz i
My dear Ollvui Will you tun-opt
title us a slight I'uiiiuiuhiiuiiu) of your
Urtiut Mollmuiiiu tiimiipli, anil iih u
murk of thu loving regard In wliluli
you itru hvli! Iiy
Your vliiouro frii'iiil.
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IRISH LINEN I
f TRADE j
I have just i celved a large assortment
of New Goods suitable for wedding and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
111 all stlcs nnd qualities;
In the nowest patterns;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
. Fmcy 'I'oweN,
Fancy Llueu Cloth In lets,
DamasIC Table Cloths,
In all sizes with Napkins to match
design, etc., etc., etc.
& These Goods aie all Imported by
meduectfrom the manufacturers aud
are gunrunteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf XV. V. SVimillAj.
PIE BILL OF FARE:
MINCE, SQUASH, CRANBERRY,
CREAM, LEMON CREAM,
APPLE and GRAPE
Mailo for Thanksgiving Day mid on
sale at tho
" Elite Igb Greani Parlors."
Also, a grand assortment of
Fine Fancy Pastries !
BSy Cull earlv or leave your oi dors.
Hawaiian Independence Day !
Eeaiani Boat Club
Remond Groye, Pearl City,
Friday Evening, Nov. 28th.
(Notice of trains hereafter.)
members of the Club.
to be had of the
Ohoioo White Leghorn
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Unitki) Stat r.s Lihiation,
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 18'K).
Recognizing that the pilticlptes of
Clnltitianliy are essential to the tiuc
life of clvlliml men. President Harri
son hut appointed TIIUKSDAY. Nov.
27th, to be observed os a day of prayer
and thanksgiving, and Invites the peo
ple of the united States on that day to
join hi leiidetlng giatltude to our hene
llceut Cieator for thu blessing He has
granted to the Ameilcaii Nation. 1 am
requested to give notice to Amciieaii
clticns In Honolulu, and all others who
syiupathl7C with the Ameilcaii people
hi observing a reveled religious cus
tom, that there will be services nt the
Central Union Church and at St. An
drew's Cathedral, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
ou the 27th, and a conllnl Invitation Is
cxlendi'd to the public to paitlclpatc.
JOHN L. STKVENS,
718 Ut U. S. Minister Plen.
Amateur Minstrel Ce.
W. L. ItOllEUTS .
M. II. .1 on r.s....
Choi us Director.
WILL (JIVK A I'EllfOUMANCK
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
Hawaiian' Opera House.
B6y Box Plan w ill he open Thursday
morning, at 0 o'clock, at William's Pho
tngiaph Galleiv. on Poit stieet near
LOCAL BAGS ailA HITS
Great Local Afterpiece!
P. S.- Doors open at 7:30; Perfonn
ancc commences at 8 o'clock shaip.
Programme to be published later.
GREAT LAI SALE
Saturday, Nov. 29th.
"All Aboard for Pearl City!"
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
THE HONOLULU ST VTIOX
PKAKL CITY, on Satmday,
With, at 8:tu, O-.-JG, 10:45.
A. M. and 12:45, 1:15 l M.
SST" To give everybody a chance to
make a final inspection of the Very De
sirable Property to be sold ou that day.
Busses will meet eveiy train atPeail
City Station for accommodation of pas
sengers who desire to ee more of the
S8F Lunch will be wived at the Pavi
lion by the Proprietor of the Hamilton
House at 1 o'clock i si.
THE SALE WILL COMMENCE
AT O'CLOCK I. 31..
t)S" On the day of sale special tickets
forthe round tiip will be issued with
liiinli coupons attached for the sum
Uit Those who piefer to cany their
lunch or make other arriiugemcius can
buy tickets for tho round trip at tho
regular excursion rates (50 cents).
t&" Tho pi ico of the tickets will be
refunded to each piucliaser of land, at
the time oi settlement.
CST A Special Il'rnln will leave Pearl
City ut 3 o'clock i m., on Nov. aoih,
airlviiic in Honolulu In timo for the
ltasoljitll Game. ,
B. F. DILLINGHAM
Gencial Manager O.
It. & h. Co.
ALL SIZES 6
A Fine Stock at Reduced Prices
7IH No rtHjiiuimt-lHH'l.
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forma offered by this
original and prOgrcsslvo 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 payments prompt and certain,- and its
popularity unbounded. ..
From the .Veto York Sun, AprWith, 1890.)
Thu Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of tho Equitable Lifo Assurnnco Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of tioo hundred millions of assur
ance for tho.year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his ofllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICMT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. . Jan-1-9G
nitary Woollen System Co.,
Just to hand a full supply of
SdJ" Genuine Jaeger Articles are stamped witli the Diamond Shaped
Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's Portrait.
WARRANTED PURE WOOL!
KSf Accept no goods that do not bear the Poi trait of Dr. .Jaeger.
Telephones, No. 119.-
Having leased the stoics in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by tho late fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last Heanier, and more ou the way, 1
am prepared to till all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past sceu years, 1
hope by prompt attention to all i iders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old oti'.
tomers, nnd as many new ones at- may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods!. New Goods!
'PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS, '
HAVILANI) CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. AUo,
.WAX. O-. FI8CHI5RS
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
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the above warts for gentlemen
P. O. Ilox:i72.
Hustace, King Street.
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