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NOV. 2!),. 18U0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
-To Tnko UfTcct October IJ, 1BUO.
A.M. V.M. I'.M.
8:46 1 :-15 4:30f
0:41) 2:40 C:35f
lOtfil 8:51 5:45f
11:S5 4:66 CiGOf
t Saturdays only.
Bchr ICiiulkeiioull from Hawaii
Stmr Iwalanl from Hamukua niul Laha-
StmrMokolil from Molokul
Stmr Wuliik'iilc from Kauai
Stmr Kllauoa Hon from llainakua
Stmr J A Oummhis from Wahnaiialo
StmrMokolll for Molokai ut 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins tor Walmanato
Sclir Kaulkcaoiill for Hawaii
'Brig W G lruln, McCu loeh, for Sun
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Kaulkcaoull 1100 bags sugar.
Stmr Iwalanl C00O bags sugar and 15
Stmr Walalcale 2000 bags sugar, 24
head cattle and 2 calves.
Stmr Mokolll U7 bags sugar, 30 bogs,
25 bbls molasses, 50 sundry pack
ages and 20 calves.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M S Nympb, Turner, from San
U S S Mohlenn. from Samoa
Bktne Mmy Wiukeluiau,'NNIssou,froni
Bk W B Godfrey, K Dabel, from San
Bk Faust, Otterbeck, from New York
Tern Allen A, bloge, from Port Town
send Bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Bk Glrvan, Angus, from Liverpool
-Bk Wakefield, Howes, from New York
Bktne Katie Flickinger, McRae, from
4-mstd sclir Bobt Lewers, Peuhallow,
from Port Townsend
Bktne Klikitat, Cutter, from Port
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Klnau, Nov 28 C L Carter, S K Kane,
J S Smithies, Mrs Uunn. F M Hatch, Dr
J Wight, Mr Williams, Father Do
Gorenio, Miss W A Chamberlain, J
Bryant, GE Bryaut.K K Bahtist, Mrs
A Moore and othcis.
From Kauai, per stmr Waialeale,
Nov 20 G W It King.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Nov
From Uamakua and Lahaina, per
stmrlwalani, Nov 29 TF Lansing, H
S Rickard and family, H S Oveiend,
Miss Ralph, Misses Horner (2). Robert
. Horner, Mrs Rosa, Wager, liaihaha and
. The bark W B Godfrey took in sugar
from the stmr iwalanl to-duy. Sho
will sail for .-an Francisco early next
LOCAL &CENtRAL NEWS.
Meek and "White
Give the tuneful
bumper house to-night.
Full report of the Henlani
Club's picnic is deferred.
The Hawaiian Hardware
store will-be open this evening.
The game between, the. Californias
. and Honoliilus begins at 3 :30 o'clock.
' ' The Honolulu Amateur Minstrels
will appear at the Opera House at 8
o'clock this evening.
The baseball games for next week
will be as follows : Wednesday, Cali
fornias vs. Hawaiis ; Saturday, Hono
lulus vb, Californias.
A conductor and an ox-conductor
on the tramways quarrelled and made
a scone in a car the other duy. The
driver for failing to tako his com
rade's part was dismissed, while tho
ox-conductor was fined in tho Police
Court for indecent languugo.
The great land sale will tako place
this afternoon at Pearl City, begin
ning at two o'clock. Mr. Jas. F.
Morgan will drop tho hammer. A
largo number of lots have already
been picked out and the bidding pro
mises to be lively. An extra train
wil. bring purchasers into town in
time for tho baseball gumu which
LegiiiB at half-past three o'clock.
Mil. V. L, Hoogs, manager of tho
Californias, wishes it Hinted in reply
to n "Citizen," who states his griev
ance In. this morning's Advertiser :
1, That ho person has beon or will bo
refuted. a return pass ut tho League
grounds. 2, That tho puss refused, us
mentioned, was at tiu carriage gato,
and happened through an error, fl,
That orders have been given to here
uftur pass or ru-puss ull'cninors,
Tiiomah Uuttuh Wilton to ctmlro
dlitt thu rupurlitil mwm for tho
l))uii(tii)iltlia' tdriku in tliu Honolulu
him World, Tin1 lottor contain
)ip0lll lolloiitioim Hint 11)1)1(0 il
Miltmttloi uiio.ilit, hut llm wilier
Hiy Id ollout Hint llm twim of llm
Irmililu w laiiwotin Mr. Urftylor,
fy)iiinni, niul hlinHfi lie hImIuiIiik
llint Hiu (oioiiimi Id imt nuiiiiintoiit to
il 'umli or loijolii nr lulor
liMfi BiJllJUiMU Ul IWU
HOLO ! HOLO
REDUCED THE RATIO.
Tlie Hawaiis Improve on the
Work of the Honolulas,
Fail to Got Thore
Aiiotlxu Immense UroivA nnit Vino
Yesterday's match of baseball,
between the Californias and tho Ha
waiis, was eyeu more largely attend
ed than that of the previous day.
There were more people standing,
more, carriages in tho border. Be
sides, the trees overlooking the
ground were auimated with scores
of youngsters, and a swarm looked
over the back fence from some ele
Chns. T. Wilder was umpire be
hind the plate, and "W. Lucas in the
field. J. W. Winter was the olllcial
scorer. Play began promptly, Ha
waiis to tbo bat.
ltECORD OF TUB QAME.
1. Pryce quickly werit down at
first base from Creamer. Self struck
out. Luwclawe got base on balls
and stole second. Mahuka fouled a
ball to Powers' clutches. 0.
Cahill was dropped at first from
Duvis, and Farrell hit a fly
into the same, bauds. Howard
made a single, stole second, hurt
ing his foot, and got home on
Powers, who made a two-base hit,
and came home on Reilly's single
after Sharp had got base on balls.
Sharp got to third on Reilly, home
with Reilly on single by Creamer,
who ran to second on a throw but
was felled at third. 4.
2. Pahau started on balls, stole
second and third, home on Lunhiwa.
Keohokalole and Davis struck out.
Lualnwa made the concourse -roar
at a three-base hit, but was left,
there by Thompson's obliteration at
first from Howard. 1.
Ward got base on balls, and Ca
hill on a stroke, both coming home,
respectively by a wild throw of Lua
hiwa and a wild pitch; Farrell was
intercepted in his journey to first by
Davis, and Howard ,was similarly
cut off. Powers was nailed at first
by a very active stop and throw of
Luahiwa. 2, total 6.
3. Pryce and Self were speedily
processioned to oblivion by How
ard's throwing to first. Lawelawe
got base on balls, but Leveque shot
him down at second. 0, total 1.
Sharp set out on balls, reached
second on passed ball, but was put
out by double play, Lawelawe catch
ing a fly from Reilly and running to
the base. Creamer was hit by
pitcher in tho left side, nearly
doubling him up, got to second and
third on passed balls, but was left
by Leveque's immolation at first by
Mahuka. 0, total 6.
4. Mahuka flowed it into Le
veque's iron grasp. Pahau attained
first on a hit, but was grounded by
Ward on trying to annihilate the
.dis'tance to second. Keohokalole,
under the rapid fire of Howard,
found the route to first longer than
even his sesquipedalian name. 0,
Ward set out on a two-bagger,
reached third on a dead ball, home
on Cahill's out at first, the latter be
ing anticipated by Thompson's
ouick throwing. Farrell struck
thrice, and Howard knocked a flight
to Thompson. 1 , total 7.
5. One, two, three out went
Davis, Luahiwa and Thompson on
hits that inmlit have been but
weren't. 0, total 1.
Powers succumbed at first by
Thompson's dexterity. Sharp block
ed a ball and, while looking round
to see what the yelling was about,
was gently touched by Davis and
retired In seeming surprise. Reilly's
legs failed to carry him sooner to
first than the ball got there from
Keohokalole. 0, total 7.
C. Pryce made a single, stole
second, but was scooped at tho
plate, trying to get homo on Self's
lilt. Self got to second on tho
throw home, and home on a wild
throw by Leveque. Lawelawe made
a base hit, but was caught napping
on base Maltuka closed the act at
the bands of Reilly and Powers. 1 ,
Creamer gave a foul fly to Lua
hiwa. Lovequu hit for first and
stolu secpnd. Ward propelled tho
leather aerially to Keohokalole, who
finished the busiuena by tossing Ca
hlll'a ball to first.
7. l'aliuu went out ut II rat from
Itullly, Keolioltulolo hunt in bin rcslg.
nation to Culilll, mid Uavli gut a
dlut of soup ut first from Creamer.
iurroll lilt u hIiiuIu mill imuiu liomu
on I'uwura, lliwuril muilu lux II rat
on tlio Imilly illrootuil jiMlifinunt of
TIioiiiiwmi In throwing to aucoml to
noil Imi null. hihI hUo vu'irvil on
I'owurV UirwImnB lill- Hlmrp H
pud w fmil lo Nittib ,IMIy w
ttfly ! Hulfi wl!,itonlilHliyiHl
8. Luahlwa sent a' sky-scraper
to Sharp. Thompson let three balls
get through his bat. Pryco made a
Imao hit, but fatally essayed to get
to second. 0, total 2.
Creamer mado a single, stoic sec
ond, got third on Lcvcque's and
homo on Cahill's base hits, Wnrd
getting battcricd out between these
two. Levcquc was killed at third.
Cahill reached second on a throw
and the plato on Javrcll's three
baser. Howard accommodated Self
with a fly. 2, total 11.
9. Self was thrown out at first
by Rctlly, who then enught Lawe
lawo's fly, and Mnhtika was kid
napped on the road to Station 1.
0, total 2.
The following Is the olllcinl score :
A. II. It. 11.11. O. A. E.
Pryce, c f i
Self, If 4
Lawelawe, r f 2
Mahuka, lb 4
I'ahati, c 2
Keohokalole, 2b... !1
Davis, p 3
Luahiwa, 3b a
Thompson, s s .... 3
2 5 24 14 2
A. 11. II. 11. U. U. A. Ii.
Cahill, H 5 2 0 10 0
Farrell, rf '. 5 110 0 0
Howard, 3b fi 2 1 0 30
Powers, lb 4 1 2 11 0 0
Sharp, o f.' 2 10 110
Reilly, ss 4 1113 0
Creamer, 2b....".. . 3 12 3 4 0
Leveque, p 4 0' 2 112
Ward, c 3 2 I 9 3 0
Total 35 11 10 27 1C 2
Score by Innings
California 4 201 0 0 2 2 11
Hawaii 0 100010002
Two base hits Powers, Ward.
-Three base hits Powers, Farrell, Lua
hiwa. Double plays - Lawelawe. Self, Lua
hiwa. Bases on balls By Leveque 3, by
lilt by pitcher By Davis 1.
Passed balls Pahau 2.
Wild pitches Davis 2.
Stolen bases Pryce, Lawelawe, Pa
hau, Howard, Creamer 3, Leveque 2,
Struck out Self, Mahuka. Keohoka
lole. Davis 2, Luahiwa, Thompson 2,
Umpires Chas. Wilder, W. Lucas.
Tinw of Game 1 hr. 40 mlu.
TWO MORE THANKSGIVINGS.
Far from the sea-washed shores
of the sublime ethereal and mos
quito paradise of the Pacific her
home, her sanctity, her mottled
oap, her everything stood embla
oned with diamonds, radiant with
beauty,the lights electric dazzled by
her brilliancy paled in that scenic
scene wherever Mary trod.
It was thanksgiving day, and like
an adder in the mud, he we will
not debase the paper we write on by
giving his name but, simply to
straighten things out, will call him
Him glided like an octopus with a
few tentacles short to her side, and
whispered in her ear, "O-u-g hi"
Mary, with fury in her genial op
tic turned ruthlessly upon Him,
and, kicking his two front teeth (he
only had two) down his throat,
dashed from the Manorial Hail,
screaming from the bottom of her
jassainiue trimmed boots, "I come;
Let us draw a veil, upon this sad,
sad scene right away.
Upon the silent portals of the
night, when whispering winds, with
their gentle freaks, assail all human
fabrics; when witches weird in
solemn conclave croak and stars ef
fulgent gaze on mortals, sad in as
pect, but like the vampire, or Pluc
nix from its ashes, or Billy Hoogs
in the Mikado arose from out the
skeptic darkness, SHE, the once
beauteous, gushing, phenomenal,
clastic biologistic Mary.
Fervent in hope, diagnostic in
despair, covered with lace, her fea
tures scornfully dilated, her eyes
sarcastically squinting with super
abundant eulogistic fervor, thinking
of her home by the crater of Mauna
Loa, and in the effulgence of her
queenly might, she turned quickly
around and went in the opposite di
rection. She halted and with upraised
hands lo the starry firmament she
cried, ''Oh, Great Scott, 'twere bet
ter I had married the barber."
Her passionate nature was over
come, her tears dried up and after
secluding herself for a few minutes,
what doing wo cannot tell, probably
saying her prayers, she emerged
wilh fearless step, exclaiming to the
wild, wild waves, which mournfully
beat wherever they could, beat
With stately mien and loving
look, Mary entered tho banquet
hall, the proudest doing her honor;
and in accents sweet, but lovely,
hor bosom panting from sacred
thought of love and of her duty to
her country, her one but never to
bo forgotten Hawaii nei, informed
the Incongruous multitude that the
planters would only niiike twenty
per cent Instead of eighty, and ant
down to thu garnished board mid out
lit'r dinner her Tliunkbglvlng Din
ner, Hut lot ua not forguti I llm wrm
not fur ilWtuiit,
One your lint for u iluy noiv Ima
imaaml, mul u u romoU' conmr of
Vinropo. In u pom plulnly furiilnli
oil with llm litirmt nwigrN nf
ll'u, but Hlkil with luilmll.ljii hulru
inuiiu, win) Hi) uf llnlmuli iDMjffwJ
l.'wlflal jmJwn Ou.. 7ft tmftsiw
Ulii MM Hili
: JtdOJNOLUJLU, H. 1., NOVEMBER 29, lOiH).'
But time had changed that noble
form, that elongated human biped,
whose very step was music to tho
heathen Chinee. He wept.
Silently the stars shono in tho
darkened room and their halo of tight
reassured him of forgiveness of .the
uOh, that I were at peace," he
cried, mid silently taking a small
glass vial from tho table, walked
into the street, and leaned up
against a lamp post.
People as they passed pitied tho
poor old man, whose matted hair and
unkempt beard were saddening to
"She has not come as yet," he
murmured, and re-entering the house
The sun's illimitable rays had en
tered his apartment gilding with its
effulgence the old bottles with
which the room was tilled. As that
great orb increased its altitude from
the horizon, the perpendicular rays
became oblique, and passing through
a vial casl a stencil impression of
Hollister & Co. for external use
only on the features of the sleeping
As the impression vanished with
tho ever-changing scene, he awoke.
"This is day," lie cried. "This is
He washed himself.
He put on 1ns best raiment.
Ho bade farewell to the room full
He partook of nourishment.
His thoughts were of Hawaii so
graphically described by Ruth
His face wns ladiant.
His form divine.
He had a new set of front teeth.
He went to the old Baronial Hall,
and as his prancing steed uneasily
champed the polished bit he cried,
"Mary, I have come."
Mary, the (lower of Hawaii, or
rather Honolulu, hearing the well
known voice chucked up the egg
puzzle, and rushed into her lover's
"Pax vobiscum." On the trellis
covered lanai, bestrewed with the
choicest exotics of a tropical
clime, lavishly furnished by the
bouuteous hand of nature, the lovers
vowed their troth and Him promis
ed to give the old vial to Hubert as
The lavish board was spread
Thanksgiving Dinner when, two
hearts united, they sat down and
gazing into the depths of each oth
er's orbs, sang the good old refrain,
"When you know how it's done."
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Fifeshirc, .fno Keid, from Liverpool,
sailed ept 28, due Feb 15-28, 1801
Brig Consuelo, Jacobson, from fcjau
Bktne Discovery, McNeil, from San
Fraucisco, due Dec 12-8
Four-masted felir Olga, Hoding, from
Bk Ceylon from Departure Bay
Bk Uoryphenc from .Nanaimo
II B M b hitfship Warspite from British
Am bk Edward May, D Mahany, from
Boston, sailed Auir 5, duo Jan 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jan 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk Hesper from Newcastle, N S W
Norbk Vlvax from New York, sailed
Oct 10, duo Mar 15-31, 1891
S S Farallon, S Boniileld, from San
Francisco and San Diego
4-masted schr Olga, Kodiu, from San
Sclir Alcalde from Port Blakely
Bk Discovery, McNeil, from San Fran
cisco Bk Forest Queen from Port Gamble
S S City Klo de Janeiro from San Fran
cisco, due Dec 2
V LARGE assortment of Stamped
Sideboard Scarfs, Splashers, Tray
Covers, Doylies, Laundry Bags, Etc.,
Etc., cau be found at N. S. Sachs, 104
Fort street 722 31
MINCE Pies of superior quality
fresh to-dav at the Elite lee
i MIDDLE-AGED Man, temperate
i and well-recommended, wants a
situation as night watchman oi-yanl-man
and diiver iu n private family.
Address "C. 11.," l O. Box 322.
LOST or STOLEN
NE Brown Sorrel
small "m" on neck.
Kinder will be suitably
riiwardi-d by n-tuni-0.
lug same to
T 9 XIII.CU On
J iJ thorough!
Jr (.lock. Apply ti
rt'ls for Bitlu. eiiaranlei'd
thoroughbred. Adt'i-uss ''Ha
waiian OHtrlch Farm," JCa
plolmil I'arkj .Mutual 'I Vio
VKUV Convimlmit ami
Hoidriihht (,'otlnun fur-
iiMiril or iiiifiiriiUhix I. ntmr
llm iii liuMiimll 1,'i'oiinil ut Miiklkl Ap
ply nt UIM.HJK'HAUENDY,
76 tf H Murnlmnl mn'rt,
'1 0 LltJT
HUITK of Tlu.m Nllfly
r'lliniilii'il Hiiiiini. iwn
hi'ilinnm mul imriur. on
'lint; i m' el m' I Ht'iir I'lilum Wiillit
WIMliu III) M lliiglu pulton,
n-iintt'.H open nt o'clock. -e
AT 8:3U O'CLOCK.
CALIFORNIAS vs. HOliOLULUS.
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized In San Fraucisco by Mr.
l-rank L. Hoogs and is composed of the
very best of Basse Ball Players especial
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
anii the ci.uus op this
Hawaiian Base Ball League
NEKT WEDNESDAY, December 3rd :
CALIFORNIAS is. HAWAIIS.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Dec. fith:
CALIFORNIAS vs. HONOLULUS.
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Ssasou Tickets (including reserv
ed seat) 93 BO
Single Admission'. 50
Reserved Chairs in Grand Stand
( extra j .';
jUaTN. B. No
charge for carriage
jQTSeasou Tickets can be procured
at the Hawaiian News Co.'s; Hollister
& Co.'s; Nolte's Coffee Saloon: O. J.
McCarthy's Cigar Store; Williams' Pho
tograph Gallery, and of tho members of
the Hawaiian Base Ball League.
W. L. RniiEiiTS ....Stage Manager.
Osuak Heuolu... Musical Director.
M. II. Jonks Chorus Director.
WILL OIVK A I'ERFORMAXCE
NEXT SATURDAY EYENING,
Hawaiian Opera House.
figy Box Plan will be open Thursday
morning, at a o'clock, at Wllliam'sPho
tograph Gallery, on Fort street near
LOCAL GAGS ait HITS
Great Local Afterpiece !
P. S. Doors open at 7:30j Perform
ance commences at 8 o'clock sharp.
Programme to be published later.
GREAT LAID SALE
Saturday, Nov. 29th.
"All Aboard"Fearl City!"
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
THE HONOLULU STATION FOR
PKARL CITY, on Saturday, Nov.
l!lth. at 8:15, U;15, 10:15, 11:45
A. M. and Y2:4r. 1 :4Q 1". M.
CSy To give everybody a i-hiince to
make a tlnul Inspection of the Very De
sirable Property to ho Fold on that day.
Busses will meet every train at Pearl
City Station for accommodation of pim
fsengei'H who desire to see more of tho
tor Lunch will bo Rcrvel at the Pavi
lion hy the Proprietor ol the Hamilton
HoiibU at 1 o'clock i. m.
THE SALE WILL GOMMKNCE
AT it O'OMMlIl l M.,
By On the day of Bale special ttckctH
for thu round trip will bo lulled with
luiu'h coupon attached for the hiiiii
rtr Those who pi cfor lo cany their
lunch or iimku otlior iiiT.iniiinoii!H enii
buy Ik'ktiia for the round trip at tho
ri'gnliir Kxutioluu rates (CO runth),
Mir Tim price of the llckuU will Im
ivfiiiiilml to eucli piiritlniKor of land, ill
tho Hum nl nullluiiimil,
t&T A Hjnniliil Twill will It'iivn I'imrl
Oily nt II iiVlonk i, it,, im Nov, yuili,
ui 1 1 vlnif In llmmliilii In llniu fill' lliu
II, P, DILLINGHAM,
The Equitable Life Assuranqe
Society of the United StaliU?yfl
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
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 New York Sun, April tth, 1890.)
Tim Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life AHUiir-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Firer
Million Dollars. This Is at the rate of two hundred million of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
JSTlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who Will writo to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-96
anitary Woollen System Co.,
Just to hand a full supply of
S Genuine Jaeger Articles are
Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's
Accept no goods that do
Telephones, No. 119.-
Chas. ffustace, King Street.
Having leased tho stores in tbo 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 fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, I
am prepared to fill-all orders as before. Thanking the public for
Uu! liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past scvon years, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall be- pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and ns many new ones an may find it to their advantage to
cull. Island orders solicited and faithfully 'executed.
New Goods !
'PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
IIAV1LAND CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
vj Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
CotiKiiuiiiiK Ouo-tliiril !iSH Fiusl, olthur voicloruoul,tlum
amy other Btuvo In uxiHtmuo.
0T No llriolc Work About H I gW 3ui a Clean Out Btnvo I
tT I'UM HAM'J HY 'I'MK
easy terms. Tho additional
the abov ware for gentlemen
with the Diamond Shaped
PURE WOOL I
not bear the Portrait of Dr. Jaeger.
-P. O. Box 372.
New Goods !
ML IML I'wi mm tifilliiuBki!leLHjii
t k f i
i L' -ii A' , &, 4-l