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DAJL.X BULLETJiN t HUNULUJLU, Jti, 1., NOVfeMBEi-i l27, ioyu.
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THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 18'JO.
Htmr Iiuliun from Hawaii
Stmr 0 R lilshop from circuit, of Oaliu
Htnir .Ins Mnkco from Knnaa
Ukliio Amelia from Nanaluio
VESSEiS LEAVING TQ-M0RR0W.
fttmr Klunu for Maul iintl Iliuvull at
2 p m
From Kauat, per stmr .T.-is Makcc, Nov
27 - How Chan, wljo. clilltl nml servant
and 15 deck.
For Maul nnd Hawaii, per stmr W, G
Hall. to 27 .Judge nickel ton and
inmlly, Col Norrii, li II Halstead, Rev
W M Knlalwua, wlfii and sou, George
Annul, .1 A Itahukti, Airs A Rosa, J 1)
Purls. Mr Menu, Tlnlshlnal and abgut
LOCAL & CENTRAL NEWS.
Tin; 11um.ktin will ,1m issued nl
noon to-morrow. ,
Mk. John A. Hiissinger isgnzoftcd
as a Notary Public.
To-moiiuow, being Hawaiian Indo
punduiiuo Day, will bo observed as a
Mn. Aiiles advertises 'the facts and
figures relative to the assessment
appeal of the Union Ice Co.
Mil. Wkay Taylor's appointment as
Secretary of the Board of Immigra
tion is otHcially announced.
Don't forget the llcalani Hoat
Club's moonlight railway picnic to
llemoud Grove to-morrow evening.
Tin: last meeting of the Hcalani
Boat Club picnic committee will be
held this evening at the Arion Mall.
The Sailors' Homo .committee on
plans advertise for tho prize plans
mentioned in yesterday's Bulletin.
A large underwriters' sale of
merchandise from the bark Faust
will be held by James F. Morgan at
10 o'clock to-morrow.
Mr. M. McInekny in a double
column notice, draws attention .to a
full supply of tlie celebrated Dr.
Jaeger's Sanitary Woollen System
Co.'s warranted pure wool clothing.
Call and inspect it for yourselves.
CENTllAL UNION CHU11CII.
Central Union Church was nearly
filled at the Thanksgiving Day ser
vice this morning. Among those
present, with their families in most
cases, were His Excellency J. L.
Stevens, United States Minister, and
Mr. II. L. Severance, Consul-Geu-eral,
Judges McCully and Dole, Rev.
Dr. Lowell Smith, Revs. II. Bing
ham and W. B. Oleson, Hon. S. M.
Damon, Prof. M. M. Scott, Messrs.
A. J. Cartwriglit, P. C. Jones, C.
M. Cooke, B. F. Dillingham, V. O.
Smith, Geo. P. Castle, J. E. Bid
well, J. M. Damon and other promi
nent residents. The platform was
adorned with potted plants nnd the
reading desk was covered with a
mat of roses. Hawaiian and Amer
ican Hags' were tastefully draped on
the organ, and a large "Star Span
gled Banner" was displayed on
either side at the hea(l of the audi
torium. Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., pas
tor, uttered an invocation and, when
the choir had sung tho doxology,
read the Thanksgiving proclamation
of President Harrison, also a psalm
Mr. Richards of Kamehameha
school conducted the choir, which, in
addition to the called hymns, effec
tively sang TourB' anthem, "Re
joice in the Lord."
Rev. Mr. Fisher, missionary to
the Japanese, read a lesson from the
New Testament and offered the
Rev. Oliver P. Emerson, Secre
tary of the Hawaiian Board of Mis
sions, preached tho sermon from
Col. 3:11 "Where there is neither
Greek now Jew, circumcision nor
uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian,
bond nor free, but Christ who is all
and in all." He spoke of the cos
mopolitan jurisdiction of the gospel,
and, as interpreted by Paul, its
Blight afflnity with non-essentials
while tenacious of essentials. Paul
v directed the attention of the Colos
Bians away from their narrow nation
al and sectarian bickerings to the
.common ground of union in Christ.
Even the Scythian, who was des
cribed by the, historian as a repulsivo
character, was not to be excluded
from the Christian community on
equal terms of fellowship with the
most rellnud races.
ST. ANimicw's oatiii:iuai
Thuro was a goodly congregation
at St. Anilrow'B (second). No
decorations were umdu. Tho choir
gave the following iihibIos Tallin'
rusponticb, "To Ijuuiii," DykuB
in Fj "Julillulu," Taylor ii F;
niithciii, "Yu Shall Dwell in tliu
Land," Htulnur; hymns, "Wo
I'IoiikIi tliu Fluid- nml ttcimur," nnd
"NowTlmiik Wo All," MM Mm
imrd nml Mr. T, M. Hlnrkoy giivo
tliu Holnb viiry ulTwiilvi'ly In the im
ilium, mill tho uliolr uvIiipmI tlionniH.li
irjuiUuti In lliti wliolu piulnti uurviup,
lluv, A, Miioliliiliikli nri'militnl n vm'y
iiDlii'Diiiliiln hniniuii (mill Va, M)i 1 1
-.I'Dlii'i' mill) f it'll l
mu nits' I iv vdv null)
..fj... ....... f I... U....I..I.I fri.t
IJUliwi uui lui iwwimij iui
First Pub Ic Land
Builded Upon Moiit Without
A few years ago, when a party of
a dozen or more gentlemen made a
circuit of Oaliu, and inspected the
lands proposed to bo bonded and
made available for the purposes of
settlement and public use, they
were facetiously called the "coloniz
ation party" by the wags of Hono
lulu, who stood upon the street
comers and wished the parly a sar
castic good-bye. . The then man
ager of the development scheme
took all jokes good-naturedly. He
had faith in the scheme which the
public had not. His faith proves
now to have beenfounded in reason ;
if faith, followed by good works, as
exemplified at Pearl City and along
the line of the Oaliu Railway, arc to
count for anything.
The development of this scheme,
the largest individual enterprise
ever set afloat in Hawaii, barring
Col.Spreckel's steamship lines and
mammoth plantation, has grown so
gradually but steadily amongst us
that many people as yet hardly
realize the sacriiices which have
been made and the work that has
been done by the management of
the Oaliu Railway and Land enter
prises to develop the resources of
Oahu, by bringing the large Pearl
City tract into quick communication
with the Honolulu market and mak
ing it available to the better classes
of Honolulu's business and profes
sional people, who desire to live in
the country within reach of town.
Pearl City is to be, if anything, the
"Menlo Park" to Honolulu.
The citizens with long heads are
fully awoke to the prospects and
the situation and many have al
ready slipped out to Pearl City, by
the afternoon tiain, and picked out
lots which they intend to bid upon
next Saturday afternoon.
As to view and location Pearl
City is far superior to Honolulu, and
the "lay of the land" at the former
place is not only much more beauti
ful, but will sustain a cheap and
practical system of sewerage, such
as our metropolitan location will not
warrant, without the expenditure of
many hundred thousands of dollars.
The facts that no "boom" has been
connected with the development of
Pearl City ; that it now offers, not
as a speculation doomed to collapse,
but as an investment upon its intrin
sic merits as a legitimate enterprise,
cheap and desirable building lots in
fee simple, surrounded by large
tracts of lease-hold lands, which can
be had for the asking, upon long
terms; that it offers residents in
ducements in fare rates and water
privileges which are equal, if not
belter, than those offered by Hono
lulu, and that the terms and condi
tions of sale of lots are so easy as to
be within the means of the mechanic
classes as well as within those of the
wealthy, are facte not to be forgot
ten. The new town lies just beyond
Remond Grove. It marks the be
ginning of a suburban city within
twelve and a half miles, or thirty
minutes' run of Honolulu. The new
town is laid out to the best advan
tage and covers a series of splendid
building terraces which arise from
the depot to the branch reservoir
100 feet above the sea level and
within half a mile of the station.
The water works for Pearl City
alone have thus fur cost an outlay
of 825,000 to 830,000, and have a
storage capacity of over two millions
of gallons, which with the new and
larger reservoir to be built just back
of the town will give a future stor
age capacity of over 18,000,000 gal
lons of pure, cold mountain water.
These water works are not pros
pective. They are an actual reality
and the pipes are laid throughout
the main streets, developing at any
point a line head of water for family
use or for irrjtratinir numoses. The
lots offered for sale are mostly situa
ted upon graded streets and arc
rundy for building upon. The soil
is a rich, red loam in which will
flourish cither trees, or vegetables,
or flowers, The main avenues of
'l'carl City arc Lelnia, Maile and
Woodlawn, laid nut in the order
named. The cross streets are num
bered from First to Tenth. The
avenues mu each eighty feet wide
mid tliu cross streets mu sixty feul
Thus fur some twunty-llvu or
thirty lots Imvu been dlobod of,
mostly to young men of tliu bunt
ulnsu, wild will liu Hawaii's future
hiiblnuH muii mul mllllnnmruu, Tim
linlnumiiiiiiU offtiri"!, nml now living
litlfcn iiilviiiilugi) of liy iitiiny oilier,
ru not to "ImoiHi" lull to ilvulot
tlm nwiiniHn of tliu country i mnl
II U llll!lllll Ilium IV IINIII'HIICil in
uuiin ili'iilinu mnl iiiniilurloim In
yfillUJDUl (!i!H llin Hl'l.l.l-'IIN, IMP In
iw mMTmnm vwm 16 ln'
fully before the public such facts
and advantages as will aid the de
velopment of our national resources
and at the same time add to the
comfort and living economy of our
There arc many olhcr facts con
nected with the development i.nd
merits of tho Pearl City enterprise
which will bo again referred to in
these columns. At present, how
over, it may ho important to impress
upon the minds of Honolulu people,
us well as upon planters and others,
thai a successful land sale at Pearl
City next Saturday means a general
tonic to our material interests, both
at home and abroad. Every man
who buys a lot will get more than
value received for his money, and
will be carried to and from Pearl
City for nine years at the rate of
ono cent per mile, or for the price of
an ordinary hack faro.
After going to Pearl City yester
day afternoon and viewing tho scene
from the mountains to tho sea, the
writer of this article, as a poor
man, determined to invest in a build
ing site at Pearl City, which would
ue entirely Doyonci ins means in Ho
nolulu. Every, man who has the
usual foresight of the average news
paper man will go by train to-morrow
afternoon to Pearl City, view
the lots, and benefit both Hawaii
and himself by bidding one of them
in on Saturday next at a moderate
llguro and upon very easy terms.
I'rort'CillncH In Cluxnli
bcr or IIimk-o Itrt'i
UEFOUE HICKKUTON, J.
Elizabeth Harvey ct al. vs. Fanny
C. Graham. Plaintiff's petition to
amend. Court grants the motion
and T. Graham is joined as plain
tiff. Enoch Johnson for plaintiffs ;
C. Brown for defendant.
BKFOIIE M'CUI.LY, J.
Wong Chin Gun et al. Bank
ruptcy. Petition of Quong Leo
Yuen Co., creditors, for adjudica
tion. Court orders defendants ad
judicated bankrupts. Cecil Brown
UEFOUE DOLE J.
Bishop & Co. vs. D. Dayton, as
signee. Petition in equity of J. D.
Paris, jr., receiver, for allowance of
accounts and discharge. Court or
ders final accounts approved ami
the receiver discharged. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiffs.
Estate of P. N. Mukee. Petition
of J. O. Carter and E. D. Tenney,
temporary administrators, for allow
ance of accounts and discharge.
Court orders accounts approved, the
temporary administrators discharg
ed and their bonds canccllqd.
The Court in banco has rendered
a unanimous decision in Skinner &
Co. vs. C. T. Gulick, tax collector,
exceptions to finding of Judge Dole.
Skinner & Co. were in possession
of the property of the Hawaiian
Tramways Co., July 1st, 1888. Af
ter the first day of August the de
fendant assessed to the plaintiffs the
franchise and the tax was paid un
der protcsi. The plaintiffs made no
return of the franchise and did not
disclose to the assessor the names
of their members or the fact that
they were in possession merely as
agents and contractors.
Held: That the corporation had
no existence under the Hawaiian
laws on the first day of July, 1888.
That the plaintiffs were in posses
sion of the franchise. That it was
the duty of the assessor to make an
assessment according to the best in
formation within his reach. Thai
under the circumstances the plain
tiffs were liable for the taxes. The
exceptions are overruled. Paul
Neumann for plaiuliffs; C. Creigh
ton for defendant.
NOT A FATAL OMISSION.
A unanimous decision has been
rendered by the full Court in the
case of J. A. Magoon, administrator
of estate of Chun Lung, deceased,
vs. S. Ami, on exceptions from de
cision of Judge Dole on plea in
The omission of names in two
places in blank forms used in the
petition for letters of administration
and in the order therefor is not
fatal, as the real meaning and intent
of the petition and order can bo
gathered from other parts of the
The full Court allirms tho over
ruling of the plea in abatement, and
decides that defendant must answer
in ten days, and the cause be put
on the calendar for trial at the next
term. W. A. Whiting for plaintiff ;
Ashford and Hatch for defendant.
LIMiltTY OK THE SUIUECT.
The Court has rendered u unani
mous decision in Kau Wing Chew
vs. Wong Lung, appeal on points
of law from tliu I'olicu Court of Ho
nolulu. August 22, 1889, plaintiff obtain
ed Judgment for 822.3fi. Tliu
Judgment was not paid mid n year
elupHod, bo that no execution could
be tulcen out thereon. I'lniiililf
brings mi uulion In tlm 1'olleu Court
on tliu Judgment, priiHuiiliug mi af
fidavit that defendant wuu huerotlng
Ills iiropurly to uvmle iiiyniunt, Tliu
J'o'lcu limtiuu Ibunml a wtirrunl for
tliu urruHl of ilefl'iiiliinl mill III iu.
tt'iitlnn until lie uimuhl enlcr into
nuiuirity In nlililn tlm rmmll of llic
mill mnl pity the mnoiint of miuli
Al 111" HUH uulmv iilwiillJl iifuvwj
lit' JuiJHiuru! iliihi ajji) ulMlrnu)
tuiiilra uismori iMflUiuuii HW
released on the claim that ho was
guilty of no fraud. Plaintiff ap
pealed. The appeal is dismissed. Other
wise than according to the construc
tion put on the Inw by the full
Court, n debtor committing no fraud
might he kept in prison as long as
the creditor was willing to pay the
per diem of 50 cents for his sup
port. C. W. Ashford for plaintiff;
J. M. Davidson for defendant.
NOT AN It.l.EUAt. ICSOArK.
The unanimous decision of tho
full Court, has been rendered in the
King vs. Sin Fook, exceptions from
the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court.
Held, that in order to incur the
penalty of an illegal escape from
custody, the parly must have been
illegally arrested and be a prisoner
lawfully detained. In this case
there was n search for opium but
none was found.
Deputy Attorney-General Creigh
ton for the Crown ; F. M. Hatch for
A large crowd is expected to be
present al the game of baseball to
morrow afternoon between the "Ca
lifornias" andthc'IIawaiis." Many
of tlie natives around town believe
the Ilawaiis will "get off" with the.
California boys. The battery foF
the Ilawaiis will be Davis and Pa
linti. Manager Hoogs will put Joe
Levequo in the box and expects
good work from the young twister.
Ward will play back stop and Harry
Whitney and Clins. Wilder will act
The following. will be the batting
order of the Ilawaiis for to-morrow
. . .Left fielder
Mahuka 1st Baseman
Kcohokalole 2d Baseman
Luahiwa 3rd Baseman
Thompson Short Stop
Dan . Lcfl fielder
Our System of Taxation!
The way It works will bo seen by
comparing the following Tables and
Figures taken from the Uuverumont
untov ice ca
(Incorporated for 30,000.)
TAXES FOR 1890
Taken from the Tax Assessor's Books :
UNION IUE CO.
Cash $ r.2 2,j
it Horses 300 00
2 Carts 4 00
Machinery :i0,000 00
TotalTaxcs 8307 02
PES DP LETS TCE CO.
(Incorpor.ited for $lfi0,000.)
TAXES FOR 1890
Taken from the Tax Assessor's Books:
people's ice CO.
Land 8 5,0-10 00
Improvements 1,050 00
4 0arts 8 00
Machinery 18,885 00
Total Taxes . $272 75
EST The Union Ice (Jo. appeal from
tliu assessment oi $30,000 on tlie Ma
chinery with the following result:
Court of Tax Appeals for Honolulu, Oahu.
UNION ICE COMPANY.
il'ho Court uimniino'isly nlllrm the
assessment of $30,000 m-ide by the As
sessor. W FOSTER,
Police Justice of Honolulu.
JL. c. ables.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1800. 721 2w
PIE BILL OF FARE:
MINCE, SQUASH, CRANBERRY,
CREAM, LEM0V CREAM,
APPLE and GRAPE
8 X Ull
sale at tho
"BlitD Ice Gream Parlors."
Also, a grand assortment of
Fine Fancy Pastries !
CSy Call early or leave your ordeivi.
Hawaiian Intlopendenoo Day !
Healuni Boat Club
Remond Grove, Pearl City
IRISH LINEN !
C TRADE 1
WiiiE & Holly Gifts !
I have just received a largo assortment
of Now Goods suitable for weddlmj and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
In all styles and qualities;
In the newest patterns;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Llneu Cloth lu sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all sizes with Napkins to match
design, etc., etc., etc.
t,ipr TliRfio Goods are all Imported by
mo direct from the manufacturers and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf xv. o. sruoujLLi.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
W. L. IlOHEKTS .
Al. II. J ONUS....
WILL GIVE A PE11FORMAXCE
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
fifa?" Box Plan will be open Thursday
morning, at i) o'clock, at Wllliani'.sl'ho
togniph Gallery, on Fort street near
LOCAL GAGS mil HITS
Great Local Afterpiece !
P. S. Doors open at 7:110; Perform
ance commences at S o'clock Miarp.
Programme to be published later.
GREAT LAI SALE
Saturday, Nov. 29th.
(I All AboapdfdrPearl Gily ! "
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
THE HONOLULU STATION FOR
PKAKL CITY, on Saturday, Nov.
L'ilth, at 8:45, 0:15, !():, 11:45
A. M. and 12:45, 1:45 r. M.
jD5 To give everybody a chance to
milku a llnal insDPctlnn of the Vcrv Iln.
slrablo Property to be sold on that day.
Busses will meet ovcry train at Pearl
City .Station for accommodation of p:iK
suiigi'rs who desire to see more of tho
CO?" Lunch will bo served at the Pavi-
lion ny tho Proprietor of
iioiii-o at l o'clock i'. M
TdE SALE WILL COMMENCE
XT a O'UMH'K l 31 ,
ttir On tin- day of sale special tickets
for the round Hip will bu Issued whli
Itiui'h coupons attached for tlm sum
ir Tliosn who piefur to cany their
limeli or inako ollim umui'.'cimmlH can
buy tickets fur ihu round trip at Ihu
regular exi'iioinii raies (.uu ccmih;.
toT Tliu prlcii of tlm tli'l;itlii will Im
refunded to uurli puruhiiBer of jaml, at
the time ol HDllluiiiuiit,
ttaT A wpeelul Train will li'itvn Pearl
(Jllynt ilo'idoek l'. m on Nov. V'.Mh,
in living In Honolulu in llmu for tin-
II, P, DILLINGHAM,
Uimtil'ill Miiimgi'i' O, l, it I.. (.Ni,
nm HA Mi
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Honda, and upon easy terms. Tho additional
lure of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered liy this
original and progressive Compnny :
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, Us payments prompt and certain, arid its
(From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Evbr Traiissictod by a Lilb AHsur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tlie first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Finrr
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JSylufortnation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-l-9&
Just to hand a full
IST" Genuine Jaeger Articles aiij
Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's
AS? Accept no goods that do
Telephones, No. 11!).-
Having leased tho stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln .Block," nearly opposite the old btand,aud having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in receipt of Now Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, I
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for tho past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all ciders to merit iicontiniiiinco of the
same. At the new stand shall bo pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones ai may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods !
'PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAN1) CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. AUo,
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OF A.JL.JU SI5C10-,
IHIH-Hk-m'' Iff ftd?-ftflH
Consuming Oiu'-Uilrtl I.ohh Fml,MtthmMVor(lor(:oul,Uiitn
any other tfluvi in oxiHtumo.
gjIT No Mriok W'ul; About It I 0" .lust a Oleiin Out Klnvo I
Whoso Baking Qualities are Unsurpassed
IMT I'UH HAliB l V Till!
Hawaiian Htwlwai! Qgtl
wliim Purl um mjij o imkaW Mk JJiUifl!ii h i
wares for gentlemen
stamped with the Diamond Shaped
not bear the Portrait of Dr. Jaeger.
IMC. TMCoTnN" ERWY.
-P. O. Box :I72.
Woollen System Co.,
ustac3, King Street.
Hew Goods !