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FRIDAY, NOV. 28, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tnko Hired October 5, 1800..
A.M. l'.M. I'.M.
8: Hi 1:45 4:30f
Di-IU 2:4!) 5:35f
10:fil 3:51 5:45f
11:C5 4:C5 C:G0f
Stmr W G Hall for Itnwnll and Maul at
10 a in
Bktne Skagit, Robinson, for Port
Stmr Klnau for Maul and Hawaii nt
'2 p in
Stmr U U Bishop for Walauae, Walalua
mid Koolau at 0 a in
For Walalua and ICool.iu, per stmr. f!
K hlshop, Nov 28 Masters Ilatseldcn
and Atmstrong, S Ilookauo and 15 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O It Bishop- 0G0 bngs sugar, 1593
bags paddy, 532 bugs rice, 3G bags
bum, 25 bags ehaicoal and 30 pkgs
FOREIGN VESSELS IH PDRT.
HUMS Nymph, Turner, fiom
USS Molilean. fiom Samoa
Bktne Maiy Wlnkclmau, NNlson,fioui
Bk W B Godfrey, R D.ibel, from tfun
Bk Faust, Otterbeck, fiom New York
Tein Allen A, bloge, from Port, Town
send Bktne Planter, Dow, fiom San Fian-
Bk Git van, Angus, fiom Lheipool
Bk Wakefield, Howes, fiom New York
Bktue Katie Flickiuger, McJRae, fiom
Brig W G Irwin, McCuUoeh, from San
4-mstd schr Robt Lewers, Penhallow,
from Port Townsend
Bktne KlikitJit, Cutter, from Port
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbaid, fiom San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Flfeslihe, JnoReld, from Liverpool,
sailed . ept 28, due Feb 15-28, 1891
Brig Consuelo, Jacobsou, from Sau
Bktne Discovery, McNeil, from San
Fiaucisco, due Dec 2-8
Four-masted schr Olga, Rodlug, from
Bk Ceylon from Depattuie Bay
BL Coryphene from Nauaimo
H B M Hmisuip Warspite fiom British
Am bk Kdwaid May, D Mahany, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, due .Ian 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bobndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jau 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New Xork, gailccl
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28 "
Am bk Hespcr from Newcastle, NSW
Nor bk Vlvax from New York, sailed
Oct 15, due Mar 15-31, 1891
8 S Farallon, S Bonitleld. fiom San
Francisco and San Diego
4-masted schr Olga, Rodin, from San
Schr Alcalde from Port Blakely
Bk Discovery, McNeil, from ban Fran
CisCO Bk Forest Queen from Port Gamble
S S City Rio Ue Janeho fiom San Fran
cisco, due Dec 2
The bark Skagit, Captain Robinson,
sailed yesterday for Port Townsend
The bilg W G Irwin took in sugar to
day from the steamer Lehua. She will
piobably pail for San Francisco next
The burkentine Amelia brpught yes
terday G70 tons of coal from. Nunaimo
consigned to Messrs Allen & Robinson.
this city, Nov. 28th, to
the wife of A
r. Peters a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Don't miss the Remond Grove
Come, now, Hawniis, this is Inde
pendence Day. Make it twenty to
ono in favor of Hawaii nei.
Secuuk your tickets quickly for the
minstrel show to-morrow night, A
good luugh is belter than medicine.
The tailoring establishment of R.
Roth, Fort street, was broken into
last night. Tho thief got over the
roof and forced the back door of Die
workshop. IIo look two Huits of
clothes and a fuw ciguis, uiid throw
all the cloths and paper on tliu jloor,
Tiianksuivino dinner at tin Ha
waiian Hotel was availed of by a
number of peoplo besides tliu regular
guests, It wiih elegant in tUiillty ami
mirvice, and Steward l M, Lucas wan
everywhere at mice, without limiting
any fuss either, in diimiliug liisilll
iiionl simud of wallet u,
Tliu lilauksinitlis, iiumlieilug live
or six, f tliu Honolulu linn Voikn.
Wiilld'il iMityoNtuiiluyoii tliilai, Tliulr
Bllnvuiiiie l Ihn lli'lmiun o lUimli
jiy Mr. dhitn. Hurler, uiiuiiiuii. Tim
lliuit liml M'tililinl In Km iviul'iifltir
ImlilH invny lo Hi" Cimtt ami wiih d
iidhh) In (hi iiHly lllHUHIne hit imnlil
lit)! tful htiiM 111 t. Tliu mm) fillllinr
liiiDlihijl) ll))l ,l,u ffilt'lllMU )UMH
ftilu iif luu iiiuuli Iimiu vuibmiil
inU uiiiuyliililii III) Uuuuuul'
m Aw7 ywijjiri uiiwMHuji li
Ball" as is Ball on the Leigue's
Twenty to Ono Against
rinn IVrnttipr nnit l.nrco Attendance
Uround tn ttooil Condition.
In tho first game of the scries be
tween the California and Honolulu
basolmllers, which was played yes
terday afternoon, the visitors won a
Bignul victory of twenty runs against
ono solitary run scoicd by the home
It. was one of Hawaii's most de
lightful days a moderate tempera
lure and a clear sky and the hith
erto untaxed patrons of the game,
of every sex, age and condition,
poured into tho grounds by hun
dreds. It seemed as if there was
more pleased anticipation in the
faces of the spectators after paying
for the coming pleasure than was
ever noticed on the most promising
occasions previously when they flock
ed to see games for nothing at the
public recreation grounds. The
grand stand with a capacity of 1200
or 1300 was already tilled when the
game was called, and many who
were a little tardy had to take in the
wport standing. Scores of carriages
with occupants were in tho space al
lotted therefor on the sides, as well
as a large crowd in the standing
room on the ground. There were
probably 2000 persons witnessing
This was the first regular game
phu'ed on the Hawaiian League's
new ground, the few matches before
played having been only for prac
tice. The ground does great credit
to the League. Wheie a few months
ago there was a dense growth of
scrub with a good many sturdy
young trees now appears a turf as
even and level to the eye as a bil
liard board. During the prelimin
ary practice the visiting players
were the object of much admiration
on account of their uniformly strong
physique and snug costume of Chi
cago caps, cream-white flannel
shirts and blue trousers and socks.
Howard, third baseman, wore a gray
sock on one foot for good luck.
The umpires were W. A. Wall be
hind the plate and Morris Kcohoka
lole in the field. At tho opening of
the second innings Wall bad the
misfortune to be hit on the hand by
a pitched ball, when Chas. T. Wil
der was called and took his place.
The Honolulus played very well
to the sixth inning, when they be
gan vying with each other in Gelding
errors. This bad break allowed the
Californias to pile up their over
whelming score, which they could
not have done if the battery had
been properly supported. The home
players were evidently disconcerted
by the novel features introduced by
the coachers of the Californias.
They kept up a din of shouting that
must have made our auctioneers
turn green with envy at their capa
city of turbulent elocution. Tho
grand stand was kept ringing with
laughter at the war whooping of the
ltUCOHD OK THE GAME.
1. Honolulus to bat, Hay Wode
house at tho plate. He got two
balls, a strike, and with two more
unfair balls took base amidst loud
cheering. Chandler made a base
hit and got to second on passed
ball, whereby Wodehouse reached
third. Coyne went out on strikes,
Chan. Wilder on fly to Powers, and
Whitney on a fly to Howard 0.
Cahill got two balls, made two
fouls, got another ball, and bad
two strikes called on him, the crowd
loudly cheering Willie Lucas. Then
ho hit to the pitcher, who put him
out at first. Farrell hit to Chand
ler, but Wodehouse muffed the ball.
Howard stiuck the sphere into Whit
ney's hands, whence by quick double
play Farrell was given his exit 0.
2. Couradt let the ball pass threo
times through hitting space. A.
Lucas sent the globe careering beau
tifully into the grasp of Sharp.
Friedenburg tipped it into Warda
big glove 0.
Powers hit a delusive grounder
to the left center and reached thiid
base. Slim p after a close shavo on
the wrong side of tho loft line, sent
tho ball litutllng to left center unci
ulso made third, his predecessor
lelsuiely jogging hoiuo and he follow
ing on a pussed bull. Heilly innde
the fatal three misses, Creamer was
retired on u foul to Friudenhurg.
Leveque wus debited with one strike,
thou lilt n lljr to agllu Conriidt 2,
ii, W, Ltioiis tipped to Ward, mid
Wodcliiniso followed (ho bud exam
pie, Uliuiullor slugged tliu idiot
down lo llvuly ciiiiiiiw,
Wind lilt lo (,'liiunller, who fondled
tliu hull npnllulY, tluui nmiln uu
uxullublu flirow (vr Wnilulioiuu'u
luntil, iiml ilia riimior lliuliml with
(lio fiulU of viiiir utility trim) to hiIi)
two bum, Inn tliu Nil not lo llilnl
mIjru'I at lilin. Oitlilll iiimhi wuuinl
m vy w vm im mi v- umh u
JAM W.M 17011) 7 IWHJUMHi
mil III llru
kn n'lldwr m
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imprudent feint at running home.
Howard had then two strikes 0,
4. Coyne, three strikes; Chnn.
Wilder, tip to Ward, and Whitney
at first by W. Lucas and Powers,
mado the sad procession 0.
Howard bunted tho ball, and W.
Lucas Blippcd in running after it,
and a run was gained on a wild
throw by Wilder. Powers was
caught by Wodehouse in n
foul. Sharp hit a daisy stroke
tho ball sailing down center only
in sight of the fielder, but Chan.
Wilder knocked him out at second
by a good throw to Whitney. Rellly
played Knight of Labor with three
strike 1, total S.
5. Couradt paid Powers the com
pliment of a foul fly. . A. Lucas was
dropped by Farrell to Powers. Frie
rtenberg gave a fatal fly to Cahill
Creamer's foul was met by Frie-
denberg. Leveque tipped to Wilder.
Ward was obliterated by Fricden
berg to Wodehouse 0, total 3.
6. W. Lucas hit to Keilly, who
slew him at first. Wodehouse hit a
convenient fly to C.ihill. Chandler
had the distinction of fouling the ball
over the grand stand for the first time.
Ho took base on nails, went to sec
ond on Coyne, lo thiid on Wilder,
and home on a passed ball. Coyne
got to first on a muff by Rellly, to
second on Wilder, base on balls,
third on passed ball. Whitney was
put out by Creamer to Powers 1
Cahill hit a single, gol to second
on a muff by Conradt, and scored
on Powers. Farrell was diopped
by Chandler to Wodeliomc. How
ard was put out by Luc:h to Wode
house. Powers, base hit, stole sec
ond, home on Sharp, who got Ihoi
on a muff by Coyne, but was gilder
fluked trying to steal second. 2,
7. Conradt met extinction on a
giounder blocked by Powers. A.
Lucas was extinguished by Farrell
to Powers. Friedenborg's fly was
cordially received by Farrell. 0,
Reilly, Creamer, Leveque, Waul,
Cahill and Farrell scored Cream
er, Leveque and Farrell having
made base hits. This overpowering
score was accomplished mainly on
wholesale erroring in the field.
Powers struck out, Sharp was re
tired at first by throw from W. Lu
cas, and Reilly ended the agony at
the hands of the battery. 6, total
8. W. Lucas hit to the willing
hands of Cahill. Wodehouse, base
on balls, second on wild pilch, stole
third. Chandler gave a fly to Far
rell, who double-played Wodehouse
Creamer and Leveque scored,
Ward made a sacrifice hit ; Cahill,
Farrell and Howard scored ; Powers
was second out, at first; Sharp,
Reilly, Creamer and Leveque scored.
Ward made a base hit, but Cahill,
after a hit by pitcher, was caught
napping. W. Lucas was evidently
wearied this time, as he gave the
Californias nine base hits. 9, total
9. Coyne fanned tho ozone three
times. Wilder mado a last despair
ing effort to retrieve the day, hilling
a beauty to the left, then, getting to
second and third on wild pitches,
became the victim of double play,
Reilly throwing to Powers, putting
out Whitney, and Powers throwing
home ahead of Wilder. 0, total 1.
A.B. II. n.U.
Cahill, If 3 2 4 0 0
Farrell, p 4 a 0 -i. 3 0
liowuid, 3b 0 2 13 2 0
Power, lb fi 2 2 U 1 0
.Sharp, cf 5 2 3 1 0 0
Rellly, ss u 2 10 11
Creamer, 2b 5 3 2 0 10
Leequu, rf 5 3 10 0 0
Ward.c 5 118 10
'lotals 43 20 13 27 9 1
A.B. U. n.H. O. A.' I'..
Wodehouse, 1 b.
Coyne, c f
Wilder, Chan c .
vt nitney, 2b.
Couradt, If U
Lucas, A., r f .
Locus, W., p...,
1 2 24 10 10
Fcore by Inning
California 0 2 0 1 0 2 (i 0 20
Honolulus OOOOOiOOO 1
Earned rims California 2,
Two base hits I nhlll.
Three base hits Power, Hlmip.
Double pluys Howard. Whitney,
liases nu bulla By I, wen 2, Fmiull K,
Hit bv pitcher Culilll.
Sti lick out Coyne 3, Couiidt, Unw
ind, lleilly 3,
Stolen buses Rel'ly.
-milllce li.tH Wind
Pas.ed bulU Wilder 2, Wind 1
Wild pitches Lucas 3, Kan fill 2.
Time - 1 h. 35 mlii.
Uni lres-V. II. Wull, Chas. Wilder
lNi)i:ri!Ni)K.Nau Day is being quietly
oilier veil, Flagu me Dying fiuui pub.
lie anil private buildings. A large
meeting n( native wns held ut tliu
(Mil Armory, of wlileli u leumi will
1)0 yivi'll Inter. A loyal online wt
liieil hi noon by Hie U. H H. Muhi
uiui, slileli in In full iIh"h. iiiuI Urn
plmrii Imtluiy. Tim OiilifuiiiliiH ami
lluwulU will iilny Imll ntll:irm'niinL,
At lllKllI IIiu lliMilanl ltu.it I'llili'
iilniilii will lie liuM ul IIuiiiiiimI (lnmi,
inline ImhvIiiu h I) mnl 7 d'hIucI.. iiiiii
niliiriiliiK w) mmi iliu liiuiy ul
! AiUiNOLUl.U, Jtl. l.j NOVEMBER 2tf, low.
THE GAME TO-MORROW.
The Honolulus will meet the Cali
fornias again to-morrow afternoon.
The Honolulu boys arc not discour
aged and with some changes will go
in to make a tussle of it. Meek and
Chan. Wilder will be tho battery in
the homo team. Cahill will pitch
for the visitors and "California
Ward" will do the back stop work.
The Honolulus can be depended up
on for a good game to-inorrow'
To give people who wish to attend
the auction land sale at Pearl City
time to get to the game, it will be
called at half past three o'clock in
stead of nt the usual time.
The following arc the clubs in
batting order as they will play to
Fan ell Pitcher & Left Fielder
Uow nrd 3rd Baseman
Powers 1st Baseman
Sharp Center Fielder
Reilly Short Stop
Creamer 2d Baseman
Levequo. . . Right Fielder & Pitcher
Wodehouse, H ........ 1st Baseman
Chandler Short Slop
Coyne Center Fielder
Wilder, Chan Catcher
Whitney 2d Baseman
Conradt .Left Fielder
Lucis, A 7. . Right Fielder
Frtedenb'org 3rd Baseman
Premier Munroo of Victoria has
announced hi. intention to convoke a
confeieiici' uf delegates fiom all the
Australasian Governments nnd peo
ples to consider measures for the
pievcntion of strikes.
News from Buenos Ayres says the
financial situation is aggravated.
Argentine securities on the Lon
don Exchange are flat. Uruguayan
securities have fallen. There are
fresh rumors of ditllcullies outside
of the'stock market.
A LARGE assortment of Stamped
Sideboard Scarfs, Splashers, Tray
Covers, Doylies, Laundry Bags, Etc,
Etc., can bo found at N. H. Sachs. 104
Fort sti eut 722 31
,Vf INCE Pies of supeilor quality
1YX fresh to-day at the Elite Ice
Cieam Parlois. 717 lv
HAWAIIAN Council No. C69, Ame
rican Legion of Honor, meetb
THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at Haimouy Hall, King street.
A MIDDLE-AGED Man, temperate
and well-recommended,, wants a
situation as night watchman or yard
man anu Uuver in n private family.
11.," P. O. Box 322.
Hawaiian Independence Day !
ieafani Boat Club
Remond GroYe, Pearl City,
Eriday Evening, Nov. 28th.
Trains will leave Honolulu at 0 and 7
r.M. Hemming will leave tho Urove
at 10:30 p. m. and 12:00 midnight.
Special Trams will be In waiting at
the Depot on tho arrival of the h
train faie 25 cents,
TICKETS 81.50-to be had of the
membeis of the Club. 720 3t
Our Sj,stti of Tuxatioii!
The way It works will be seen by
compaiing the following T.ibler. and
Flgiues tukeu ft out the Government
Iti cords :
UNIO ICE CO.
(Incorporated for 830,000.)
TAXES FOR 1890
Takou from tho Tax Assessor's Books:
UNION iok co.
Cash 9 02 25
3 Uorfiu 300 00
Machlueiy 30,000 00
3 Cm is.
Total Tnxm .8307 02
I,IC1M.,I0'S H)K CO.
(lunirpor.tled for 3130,000.)
TAXES TOM 1890
Tukeu fiom the Tax Ahhukhoi'k Books:
lT.oi-i.i'.'s iui; oo.
I. nnd 8 5,(M 00
ImpioMimeuM 1.050 oo
Machlueiy 1H.KB.1 00
f I f I
A&"Tie Union lun Cn, uppiml (nun
tliu imMniniiuiiit of 0.10,000 on lliii Ma
elilimry will hu following iuulli
GguflnfTux Ai(ili ler Hunolulu, 0lni,
'I'lltf UOIJII UMllJulUllnlV Kill! Ill
iuillv nillj ii III"
HiSAiiiiui'iil uf mm in "lo bv iii
"U) ux.w AIp
Base Ball Grounds !
,WJntcH op on nt tt o'otook.-S
CALIFORNIAS VS. HAWA1IS
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized In San Francisco by Mr.
Frank L. Iloogs and Is composed of the
very best of Base Ball Playcia epcclal
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
AND THE Cf.UllS OP THK
AT 3:30 O'CLOCK,
CALIFORNIAS vs. HOUOLULUS.
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (Including lescrv-
ed seat) 63 50
Single Admission 50
Rescued Chair In Gi and Stand
B. No charge for eanlage
JSy-Season Tlrkets can be piocmed
at the Hawaiian News Co.'s; llollister
& Co.'s; Nolte's Coffee Saloon; C. J.
McCirthy's Cigar Stoic; Williams' Pho
tograph Gnlle.-y, and of the members of
the Hawaiian Base Ball League.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
w. i.. rohekts .
m. ii. jones....
WII.T. GIVE A l'EHKOUMANCE
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
-AT THE -
Hawaiian Opera House.
JST" Box Plan will be open Thursday
morniug, at 9 o'clock, at llllam's Pho
tograph Galleiv, on Fort street near
LOCAL GAGS ai HITS
Great Local Afterpiece !
P. S.-Doors open at 7:30j Perfoun
auce commences at S o'clock suaip.
Programme to be published later.
GREAT LAI SALE
Saturday, Nov. 29th.
"All Aboard for Pearl City!"
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
THK HONOLULU STATION FOK
PEAKL CITY, on Saturday, Nov.
liilth. at 8:45, 0;J5. I0i-I5. 11:48
A. M. ami l'J:4". 1:4.1 i. m.
BtiyToglvo oerytiody a ilianee tn
make a flu I lnnpeetlnn of the Veiy De
blrubln Piopeity to be (-old on that day,
lliiNSCR will meet every tialn ntPeail
City Matluu for aeiommodatloii of p.is
wngi'M who ileshe to i-ce inoioottlie
Getf-Lunch will bot-oivel at the Pai
llou iy Hie Pr.ipiii'tor ul iliu Hamilton
Hon-u at 1 Qt'etoik c .m.
TtlE SALE WILL COMMENCE
AT X O'CLOCK l .11 ,
l&T On the day of sale hpeeliil ticket
forthe iiniinl Hip will be lulled with
luiii'h emipiiiiN attached for the mini
mflrTlioMi who pitiful' lo imrry llieli'
Iiiuuli or iiiiiku mlmi' ini-iuiieiiiiiiiu ran
buy llekelH fur die iimiihI nip at the
regiiiur cm'iimuii lines, con t'unuj.
Mr The H lf n( Dm tlekeU will Im
riiiiiiiiin in mull pin itliiimir il liiud, ul
Hie lliiin nl nnilliuiiiuit,
fcitf A Hnneliil Tlillll "III Mtvn 1'i'iul
tfliy in 1 inlmil. i;, n.. im Kuvi VSlli,
uiih ng in lliiimhilii in ilnio fur ilitl
0. P. DILLINGHAM,
UWIWl IIWIA III l '
NQW IS THE TIME 1
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by thiB
original and progressive 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.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and Its
From the Neto York Sun, April Uh, 1890.)
Tim Lurgost Business Ever Transacted by a Liil'o AHHtir-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annalB of life assuranco.
Syinforination cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-9G
nitary Woollen System Co.,
Jut to hand a full nupply of
OSS' Genuine Jaeger Articles aie
Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jueger's
BB Accept no goods that do
Telephoned, 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 the late lire, und being
in receipt of Now Goods per laHt steamer, and more ou the way, 1
am propared to till all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, 1
hope by prompt attention to all rders to merit u continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall bit pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones a may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods !
'PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
IIAVILAND CHINA, bIL-VEIt PLATEDWAHE,
LAMPS, OHANDELI EKH.
WM. -. lXSOULJSXS.aSS
Famous Giand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OF ALii SSISCIC,
(JoiihiiiiiIiih Oni'-tlilrtl Luhh riiol,olthui'woi(loiit:oaMtliim
any otliorHlovo in uxIhIiiiko,
gjT Nn Uriel; Wmk AlmiK It ! 0T Jul ('loan Cm Htovo
Whofto Baking Qualities ure Unsurpassed
$jT ('-till HAI.U II V THK
mi SIIaUQ I'wi iuhm:, wi u. tj)uvt)ii' lljub HuwMij IJj U
the above war for gentlemen
witli the Diamond Shaped
not bear the Poi trait of Dr. Jaeger.
P. O. Box 372.
iusfac, King Street.
New Goods !