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Oyer One Hundred Lots Sold
at a High Average,
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Honolulu, II. 1., Aug. U, 181)0.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, hi o hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes aro from
(5 to 8 o'clock A. M., ami 4 to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
G. N. Spknckk,
Minister of the Interior.
i " (Pearl City Booming.
Hip'. Irrigation Notice.
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Bel . A. J
DAILY BtlLLF-TlMl BOtfOJULU, 1U J.' DEC lilMM 1, 18I(J,
tfi.MiTiiniMiiiT)iiiiiiMi urn in wumrrm
m - wg-wodfi iniwett.'Zvanttitisxm
Nearly Fifty-two Thousand
.1 1, Toiherl .21
J no (J race 21
Fergus-en . . 21
Quong W Fill. 2
.1 It Holt 11
S M Kiiaukai .15
U V Ashley. 1
Vnll I'nrtlrulnrH ir the Nnli Willi
Table tit ItcHiiltn.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, DEC. 1, 1890.
THE AMATEUR MINSTRELS.
The Honolulu Amateur Minstrels
had a full house Saturday evening.
Part 1st consisted of soul's by G L
Hitman, J .7 Lennox, W II Charlock,
W V Lockwood, II A Huff and W
II Hoogs, all well executed with ex
cellent choruses by the company.
Messrs. Huff and Hoogs were en
cored, the latter also receiving two
bouquets. In the intervals the com
pany worked off several fair jokes, a
few fresh and good ones, and some
that originated before the confusion
of tongues at Babel.
"The great and only Lockwood's"
ventriloquism was a sort of nursery
imitation of that entertaining art.
Mr. Hitman made the best local hits
iu his topical song to ihe banjo be
fore second intermission.
"A Haunted House," the closing
"original laughable skit," came to
an end just as the audience were
expecting to find out shortly what
it meant. Its main points were dug
up from politics of which the com
munity had hoped it was to have a
season of respite.
Mr. W L Hobcrts was stage
manager, Mr. Oscar Herold the
very ellicient musical director, Mr.
M H Jones directed the chorus with
ability, while Mr. E E Mayhcw,
stage carpenter, had the settings
THIS WEEK'S GAMES.
The announcement that the Cali
fomias were to be segregated for the
games of this week has been received
with more or less adverse comment.
The tenor of opinion seems to be
that the facts do not warrant a dis
play of the white feather before all
hands have made another trial.
In deference to the public wish,
Manager Hoogs has decided upon
the following schedule of games for
the week, wisely deferringtlic break
ing up of the California nine until
On next Wednesday the Ilawaiis
will play the Californias again. The
batting order of the Ilawaiis has
been strengthened, and itisgenerally
understood among ball players that
as the Californias are considerably
bothered with Davis' swift pitching,
the Hewaiis stand a good show of
playing an even game with the visit
ing club. Farrell will pitch for the
Californias, and there is little doubt
but the Ilawaiis will be able to hit
Farrell more effectively than they
On next Saturday the Californias
will play a picked nine taken from
all the clubs of the Hawaiian
League. "White-Wings" Caliill will
pitch for the Californias next Satur
day. The League club has not as
yet been dertcrmined upon, but will
be announced in due time.
The following are the nines in
batting order as they will play next
Pryce Center fielder
Lawelawe Hight fielder
Mahuka 1st Baseman
Self Left fielder
Keohokalole 2d Baseman
The public auction sale of town
lots nt Pearl City was held on Satur
day last, in accordance with pre
vious notification. The sale was
held in the pavilion at Kcymond
Grove, Mr. Jas. F. Morgan wielding
the hammer, and commencing punc
tually at 2 o'clock p. m.
The first train left Honolulu for
Pearl City at 8:45 a. ra., conveying
intending purchasers who wished to
inspect the land to be sold bafore
the hour of alc, and was followed
by other trains at hourly inteivals
until the sale commenced.
Omnibuses awaited the arrival of
trains to convey visitors over the
city site, and many people who had
frequently traveled the whole course
of the railroad before, availed them
selves of the opportunity to see the
upper and the most desirable portion
of the land for the first time. Many
a one was heard to utter words
to the effect, "I had no idea of the
beauty of the spot, nor dreamt of
such a magnificent view Pearl Ilar
bar, surrounded-by groves of cocoa
nut palms and other greenery, ba
nana plots, and rice fields, with the
blue sea beyond, the Honouliuli
cane fields and plantation structuics
appearing in the distance to the
right, and the topB of Punchbowl
and Diamond Head away to the left,
all compassed with one glance."
Until about midday the weather
was showery, which was an element
of discomfort, when the wind fresh
ened from the sea, dissipating the
rain clouds and quickly evaporating
the moisture beneath which had
made pedestrian locomotion rather
By noon those who had been in
specting the site laid out lor the
future Pearl City began to rendevonz
at the Reyuiond Grove pavilion,
where refreshments were in course
of preparation, A little later every
thing in the eatable line was in
roadiness, and a company of ladies
and gentlemen with keen appetites,
sat down to a really excellent lun
cheon, excellently served, prepared
and superintended by Mr. Hamilton
Johnson, proprietor of the Hamilton
At 2 o'clock Mr. Morgan, with a
largo wall map of Pearl City, every
lot clearly outlined and numbered,
within view of everybody, began
the sale. No time was lost. For
over two hours the bidding and sell
ing lasted, and as there were many
lots yet unsold and buyers were still
unsatisfied, proceeding might have
continued indefinitely had not the
whistle of the last train for Hono
lulu peremptorily demanded a stop.
The amount realized at auction
was $43,015. The lowest price at
which a lot was sold was S2of ; the
average per lot was 304.90; the
total number of lots sold was 109.
The following is a table of the
entire number of Jots sojd at auction
and private sale with the total
amounts realized :
I'urchiibor. Block, Lot. Amount.
II M Dow.... 1
McChcBiicy. . .10
Yeo Chin.... 10
W Allium 10
W H Smith.. 1
Walter Hill.. 21
11 A .hu'ii.. .21
Mr Downey.. 21
W M Graham 14
W U Com well 11
MeChesnoy. . .11
H M Whitney. 7
How Chong 8
Dr Nichols 14
Mr Taylor.... 11
Dr Nichols... 14
Mr Buigerson. 7
S Lusbor 7
Gin See. . . .13
II M Dow :i
A L Smith . . 10
A L Smith ... 1(5
Mrs D It Vida.15
Mis D R Vida.ir
Mon Soy 2
S Lester. . . 7
S Lesser . . 7
M Colhurn.... 2
A A Montana. 21
110 pa 12150
. . . . $105 en 1(520
f),2(i 415 civ 8150
. ." ' V50 eii 1 100
-1,2 395 pa 790
(5,25 .110 pa 820
24 . 420
20 .... 425
5,7 -f 395 ea 790
.!f:t50 ea lOoO
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
GREAT LAI SALE
2(5 '.'.'. '..'.'.!'.
5, 7 $295ea
2,3.!? 100 ea
Pearl City Lots !
On Saturday, Dec. 6th.
By special vequeet of a number of
people who were unable to attend the
sale at l'eail City on Saturday, a limited
number of Lots will be offered for sale,
at my Salesiooni,
On SATURDAY, December 6th,
AT VZ ()'OMK!U XOO.,
86y-Round Trip Tickets will he W
suetl timing this week at no cents, in
cluding Hus Fare.
Don't Miss This Chance 1
ISSUED BY TIIK
Gash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
KI4)HAtCI A. .UcUIJKMY. riCHiilont.
ttr For full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islnnds.
THEO. IL DAY IES & CO.,
JAS. F. MO KG AN,
Twenty-live lots wcie sold pri
vately befoie the sale lor
!?350 each $ 8,750
LOCAL &GEHLRAL NEWS.
Mu Justice Dole presides at Cluim
beis Ibis week.
Mas. C W Kingbley has a house to
let on Dcruttiuia nlieot.
The Pioneer Ihiilding and
Association meets to-night.
Miss Olive Hoikloy's first appear
ance hcie is flsewheie advertised.
Jilt. Lincoln D Spencer has been
appointed Inspector-Geneial of Im
migi.Uion. Look out for the Temple of Fash
ion's special Christ iiiau sale to com
mence, on the 13th instant.
Base Ball Grounds
4A-.'atcH iiiii'ii ut '4 o'c'lot'li.-C
Fourth Game, Wednesday,
AT : O'CMMJU,
TKUNKS & VALISKS,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
KADDLEUY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS.
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
j t -jii
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
1'AINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
V ?,,' MM
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, s55VSgfep
troHimo Oil "ALOHA." fMJ'
FLAGS, FLOWER l'OTS,
SOAR, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
Oliall Cntli rs & ( ano Kiiivoh.
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALLCLUB
Dividi:ni)H aro payable at Messrs.
Castle & Cooke's on the stoclcs of
Paia and Haiku plantations.
g-piii. Nolle is to the foro for Christ
mas with a lirst-el.ish line of sniokeis'
lequisitos at the Beaver lunch saloon.
Mr, Harry Webb of Kohala has
been appointed Deputy Jailor of
O.ihu Prison in place of Mr. W E II
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21 F & A M,
will meet this evening for the elec
tion of oflieor.s and transaction of
(Organieil In San Fiaiiel'eo by Mr.
Frank L. lloog ami is eompo'-cd of the
very best of 15ac Kail 1'layei epeeial
ly selected for (ho Hawaiian Tour)
ani Tin: ci.uns ok mi:
Hawaiian BassJBall Loup
Saturday Ai'ternoou, Next,
KNGL,ssFcoTc,i, DRY GOODS! KKNcrR,0AN
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlemloii's Dissolved Peiuvian Gunno, Olilenthuf's Special Cm up Miiuuru.
LON DON PU R PLE:- Effectual dctroycr of Potato, Cotton A; Canker Woiins, Hie.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-Destroys all Noxious Weeds AsSeml.s.
BAGS:-Su;iai Kiee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Knibraehif; the latest improvementi in material ami textincs
Galvanized "Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, El , Etc.
INDIAN GOODS -
Shortly expected a
tine Hue of
IRISH LINEN !
(The "All Honolulu"" will comprise a
nine picked fiom the Hawaiian
Lualiiwa lircl Rascman
Thompson Short Stop
Caliill Left Fielder
Howard 3rd Iiaseman
Rowers 1st Iiaseman
Sharp Center Fielder
Itoilly Short Stop
Creamer 2d Iiaseman
Luvcquo Right Fielder
Monday, Dec. 1.
Kook Chotig wjis sentenced to pay
SCO lluo and 93,40 costs, and be
imprisoned (10 days nt hard labor,
for opium in possession,
W, O'llnlluron was lined W0 unil
80,80 costs, nml required to (,'ivn
bonds of 6100 lo keep the nimiiu six
mouths, for usmttill on K, Kuplll.
Ho wuh iirrusiwl iikI to-tiny for
nsbtuilt on .1, HroiiuliUin with n wnn.
llfui iliiyroiih (o llfii.
JiWH usiiyv of UnmJjflUiH'i'i
Jllfjiirju! Ijjv iikiujI my,
WC Achi. ...10
WC Achi 8
Mr Mnortens 2
Mr Mtierlous . 2
W O Achi (i
J F Colbui n, . -1
J F Colhurn . 4
J A Shearer. . 4
H F Wichman 7
Jaa Keola 8
H M Whitney 7
W F Love. . . 7
Mr Kluegel .11)
W Fiear .... 10
W Frear 10
Mr Taylor JO
Walter Hill... 10
O Whitu JO
O White 10
W Fnmr 10
J L Austin... 10
W Fimir .'. '..!'
,1 li loll..
,1 I! liilt,.
I W lUUJ? M Ifi........
1,2 $370 ea
:,-! !J;iori ea
. ...f 100 on
0 ... .
0 , . ....
Tin: sidewalk in front of Mr. Jno.
Noll's place of biibinefcs, King sticet,
is being reduced to the level of the
Mus. Ofiboiue will hold a fancy sale
during next Wednesday and Tiiurh
tlay at her residence on Foit blreel,
opposite the Chinese Church.
A M!;rr!Na of the Woman's Christ
ian Temi)erancc Union will be held
to-moiiow at 2;!50 p.m. at the Cen
tral Union Church, Foil stiect.
Dn. C T Rodgeis hub been rotiied
from the jiosition of prison and po
lice physician, Dr. Peterson taking
the duties of the ollico for the pic-bcnl.
Mu. E It Ryan gives notice that
all hills against Engine Co. No. 2
must he piobented lo the secretary,
Mr. W II C Greig, at the stoie of
Lowers & Cooke, by to-moiiow after
noon at 4 o'clock,
Pjiof. Jirigham will deliver an
addiess on "Physical cultuio" in the
Y M O A ball to-nioriow (Tuesday)
evening at 7 :!i0 o'clock. Young men
coidially invited. A special invita
tion is extended to inemluirs of the
Athletic Association and the Rat-e-ball
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (including receiv
ed seat) :i no
Single Admission DO
Itc-erved Cliahs in Grand Stand
I TRADE J
to this trade.
CORN Hit HOTEL & FOKT STICEBTM.
Ladies S special attention
-si iiaiui: von-
I 1i:im just rtpeivpil a largp a-oitnieut
of Xcw ( i noils "iiitahle for weddim: and
liolitlay gift5, conti-ting of the follow
N. 11. No ch;u ge for cauiagu
Bfiy" Kcserveil Seats on
Hawaiian News Co.
Choice White Leghorn
I'OK SAf.U IIV
J,. ,1 LEVEY,
Cor. Foil Aj Quec'i sts.
The answer to Bishop Clifford's
riddle published in Saturday's Ad
vertiser is as follows:
1 The liuuittu body.
2 Kye lids.
,'J Knee caps.
8 Mussels (muscles).
0 Pal ms.
10 Tulips (two lips).
J I Hips.
" 111 Hares (hairs).
' M Hart (heart).
' Ji Joshes,
" 1(1 TulllJllUH,
" 17 Arms.
" IH Yhiics (veins),
i 1(1 Inn steps (linden),
it o Ayoa itml mm (sid'u nml
ii ill Ihmlli.
A COTTAGE of -I Rooms
and Kitchen, .situated
on Ileiutiiiila street, above
the Honolulu Itlllu", Aiiimry. Apply to
Alas. .1. II. IIKUNS, ,lr ,
.0 1m No. 7 Chaplain Lane.
LOST or STOLEN
lug same to
NK Ilrowii Sorrel
Mine, hi and
small "in" on nceU.
Kinder will bo suitably
lewanled b ictuiii
VL yjir-l'A .
MIL01I Cows, nearly
stock. Apply to
1ULUJ1IH A Safety IJicyele, In good
KJ oitler, for Hide clicni. Apply this
oiiicn. 7 in lw
In all styles and qualities;
In the newet patterns;
Afterhoon Tt;a Cloths, .
In Silk X Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth hi sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
lu all sizes with XnpMns to match
de&igu. etc., etc , etc.
We de.Mie to announce that we have i. reived per last S. S. "Australia" and
"Zealaudia," a very huge anil varied stock fiom Europe and
, the Slates, especially atl ipted for this market.
Latest Novelties ! Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZKIMIYRR in latest patterns,
SWISSES, EMRUOIDKRIKS & L VCKS,
FANCY SILICS, SASH US A- HI JJRONS,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOS1 I3RY, guaranteed fast color,
Ijjstli'' Diidrwo:u. EZil Glovci.
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & REST KID GLOVES, worth Sf2.n0 tell for $2 a
g3 Get your Kid Gloves at the "Temple of Fashion." jgfg
GENTS', LADIES' &, CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, a full nsboitinont.
HOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN S CLOTHING, especially imported
for the Holidays.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A huge asf-oitmcnl of Xmas f!u.ide, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED A- KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc, E'iv
LADIES', FINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE & HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Eir., Etc.
S. EHRUUi & CO.,
(Jorncr Hoti'.l & Fori. StreotN.
f These Goods aie till lmjioi teil by
mu direct fiom the luaimfactuieis and
aie guaranteed to give satisfaction io
720 tf W. 4J.SlICiMI3iE.
IfROM this date Mr. Win. Lieliuian
I? will sign our linn iiauie by pio
ciiratlou. G W. MACFARLANE to CO.
Ilonolillu, Nov. S.'. 181)0. 71!) tf
FIRST-CLASS di makers; good
pay; only ppeilcneeil hands need
apply, i 'in nil1 Foil anil Hotel htienis
(over Elulich's ilrv goods stoic).
A MARRIED Couple, tlie wife to do
the cooking and housework the
hiihliaud to attend to outside work,
lioriics, fowls, milking. Addiunx "Ha
waiian O-Uldi Farm," Kaplolanl P.uk;
Mutual Tclcphono :ia:. ikis tf
Sl-'itii tluiu UuuJijijiJl
A MIDDLE-AGED Man. temperate
and wull-reeommmidpil, wants a
Munition us night watchman iiryiinl
iiiiiii and dilvei In ii pilvatn family.
AlllllCKa "U. 11.," P. O. Uux 1122,
DIlir.OTfioiu Egypt, n coinlgumoiu
of Dnhup, (JoiiKid to Co,' Gun
phiu ICgyiilluu Ulgaioilco, nimlu (muii
lliii rii)ciil 'Tuild'li lohiiiTiiii, The
iilmvu liiiiinl U lliii Plgiunltii ol Ruiiniii
mill tlm L'uiiiliiiiiib Try wiuiplp.
Whuluwiln uuliira lllli'di I'm- ilo t
DullfMiiilH I'uai Murlui.
k , J.D. jJAilAJHKUMi
dHWlU fUl'lllQlflJu'Wlilll lililUlU
iW' ,( 111 "I Ill-ill UIHII, il l.illgl!
ji ti?r?&i9i I irtifiniiikiii.il ifiwim in
ii Ta.u - '.""':".:" '-"ii ii-
rUi!ii1: Del icli it nulldlug wltli uoiili
light for a p. dining roniu. Aililie.-,-.
718 lw Altlst. Hoiiolillii,
N OT I C E to A It 1 1 1 TE CIS J
GROUNllaud Elevation Plum, fur n
Sulliiih' llimie Itulldhig lo Im
eit'Pted on the site rt K. poiiier of Alu
Ken ami HiilcKnuiln strceU, VM fl.anil
Hi) fi, lioiitiign Mipectlnly, mo in.lcd
fin, to ho handed lu to llm uiidcitlgucd
on or hefoio Due in, lhtii).
A iiln id nil will ho nwiinltu fur
llm Inxl plan nnil n pn of 'io fur lliii
kcraml liuit l tin 1 1 uhiiilinul,
tr iui iuiiiiuiiiiir umuy to
V, J , UUUhll.
150 VAT 'O'SK-'KO 1 5 0
sar EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HE,KY DAVIS & CO.,
No. B2 Jitvt Hli'cul.
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linioii4l Hlo.t." Num. lr Jt W7 Kiiif HirtusU
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i. :t-. jl
.' ", i i lrn v :i stimai-u, i-o
.-v , -r. a-.. ti
G-ranite, iron and Tin Ware I
Ohandelibrs, Lnmps arid Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Koapinft Goods,
k'LUMBING, TIN, COPPER
Ji yiioot Iron Work.