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DALLX BULLETIN : WOJULUJlU, il. I., DECEMBER i ioai.
THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 181)0.
Ocr H $ Chu Sun. Wcutlt, fiom rhlna
ttanr Llhollho fioin Kiiiini
Sehr Mokuoln fifnn Uvvn
StinrO Jt Ulshop fioin cheultotOahu
Htuir J A C'ummlDs lor Wnlmana'o
Am bktne Mary Wtnkcluuiu for ban
Schr Ku Mol for flam.ikua
V'eSSE" SLEAViH": TO-MORROW.
Stun- V G Hall for Hawaii and Mini I at
10 a in
Stinr O II JltPliop for Walanae, Walalua
aud Koolau at 0 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
J A ummlns 1200 bugs sugar.
Haleakala 10 corda of ohla firewood
and 22 head cattle.
Oil bishop- 037 bugs sugar, '.M0 bags
rice, 10 bugs lieu bran, 2885 bigs
paddy, 10 bugs peanut, and 40 pkgft
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Iwa
lanl, l)eu a-Mrs Riokaid and family,
Thus O'UiIcn and wife, MrOVerend and
Kioui Walanae mid elsevvhcie per
Htmr t) 11 Bishop, December a August
Ahrcus aud 40 deck.
The Qcr steamship Chu San, Captalu
'Wcndt, arrived this inoinlui; fiom i hi
li a with a caigo of general ineiehnndlse
consigned to Kvvoug Hang Chan, hhe
is anchored In the naval row.
The Am bktne Mary Wlnkelmiui left
this nioiuing for .San Francisco witli
13,G32 bags of sugar aud 0 pkgs speim
foots. Domestic value, $71,381.15.
STEAMER FROM CHINA.
The S. S. Chu tJaii, flying the
German Hag, ai lived this morning
from Hongkong. She is consigned
to Kwong Hang Chun Co., Hotel
and Smith streets, with a full cargo
of merchandise and 88 passengers
30 male and eight female Chinese.
The Chu San will sail for Hongkong
probably next week, with over one
hundred Chinese passengers.
A DIFFERENT ANSWER.
I do not think tho answer to your
puzzle by Robt. It. Catton, jr., is
correct, because ho counts a unit as
as ten. I think the proper way to
do it is as follows?
Write the three nines, and three
ones, then turn the paper over and
rH i 1 1-1 D O I -
John W. Cook.
Honolulu, Dec. 4, 1890.
ENCINE CO. NO. I.
Engine Co. No. 1 held their regu
lar monthly meeting last night. The
usual routine business was discharged
after which Mi. J. A. Mehrtens was
elected a delegate to the Fire De
partment meeting, which takes, place
It was also decided that Engine
Co. No. 1 woui ! hold a social at
their hall in about two weeks time.
Mr. Ritman is on the committee of
musical arrangement and has pro
mised to bring both his voice and
banjo into play during the enter
tainment. FREE EXCURSION.
A free excursion train will leave
Honolulu to-morrow, Dec. 5th, at
1:45 p. m., which will carry intend
ing purchasers of property to Eearl
Busses will carry the parties over
all of Pearl City, thereby giving a'
chance to select lotsjin time for the
auction sale on Saturday. Remem
ber that the finest and most desir
able lots for residences, namely,
those between Xiebua and Manaua
avenues have not yet been offered
for sale, but will be sold without re
serve on Saturday next. These are
all fine building lots. Don't forget
the time, 1 :45 p. ra. Railroad and
buss fare free.
One more has been added to the
list of burglaiies lately committed in
Honolulu. This time Mr, E. I.
Newman, who resides In Mr. W. W.
Hall's cottage on Nuuanu street, is
the sufferer, About one o'clock
this morning burglars made entrance
through tho dining-room door, and
abstracted a purse which had been
(eft upon the mantel in that rpoip.
The burglars did uot attempt further
search, although from tho evitlenco
of tracks found around the windows
und of a box which had been placed
under ono of them, it is clear con
siderable prospecting was done be
fore entrance wus made. Tho puise
taken contained only a few dollars
CALLINC THE KETTLE BLACK.
In the Rui.LKiiN of the !)rt, "Llnrt
ley Murray" says, "Isn't the Hug
Hsli a little tanglod Uieio'f" I nay,
Llndloy, mo boy, Is It not u cusu of
"l'ot culling kettle black," as It
isn't English ns alio should bu
Among lliu youngest, colU'go pro.
femur In Hi" country U Minn Juno
(Jruylleil, of IllfllMllf)0ll, will)
K'hu!ju (Jri'ck !u !lutliitf poUyu,
flttf ftf i ttrfiT
fjJ)ML c -- J- ffif.n
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
SeverAi. letters in typo are crowded
AjSILVkr watch lias bern found by
Tub end of tho world is doscribud
(in the fourth page.
Tiik monthly meeting of tho Board
of Hepiesontatives, 11. F. P., will be
bold this evening.
Lam Kau advertises that ho will
re-open tlio Hay View Kwsurl, King
street, Saturday first.
M. F. Milo & Co., Honokaa, have
disbolvud partnership, J. A.Ailonso to
continue the business in bis name.
S. S. Itio dk Jankmo is now two
days overdue, if she sailed from Sun
Francisco on the 25th lilt, as adver
tised. Mit. 11. ItuNJKtj is announced as
acting Consul for Spain and for
Mexico during the absence of lion.
Tun Minister of Finance calls for
applications for Government six por
cent bonds, under the Act foi the re
lief of His Majesty.
Mit. J as. F. Morgan will hold a
sale of cigars and tobacco, nlso two
underwriter's sales, at his salesroom
at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
An important notice to claimants
of lots in Kapiolani Park by Mr. V.
M. Gifl'iml, Secretary of the Board of
Directors, appears to-'day.
Galifoknia Ward ha3 been nick
named "Ruth" by his many friends
perhaps because ho ulwuys gets Ihoro
without indulging in rhetoric.
' m .
An omnibus for the conveyance of
passengers is likely to run Bhortly
between Pearl City and "Waialua,
making a daily trip each way.
A balloon sailed high over the
baseball ground yesterday afternoon
while the uame was in progress. It
looked just like a baseball when last
Mu. H. F. Wichman" announces a
large seasonable stock of goods at
his jewelry Btore. He will keep opon
evenings for two weeks beforo Christ
mas. m .
The Honolulu Arion will moot to
night at the hall of Engine Co No.
1, for their regular meeting and re
hearsal. A full attendance is re
quested. The following has been handed in
as tho "bench list" for Saturday's
game: A. Lucas, Conradt and Kec
bokalole, while Coyne ia promised a
coign d'avantage seat in the grand
Hook & Ladder Co., H. F. I)., last
night elected the following officers:
Henry Kaia, foreman, re-elected ; J.
M Kea, assistant foreman; S. L
Kckumano, secretary; S. K. Aki,
Eqan & Gunn, King Btreet, near
Fort, have just received a large and
varied stock of Smyrna and Moquette
rugs all sizes .in latest -designs and
colorings. Just the thing for a
H. R. H. the Princess Itegent will
go to Waialua to-morrow accom
panied by His Excellency John A.
Cummins, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The Regent will open a new chinch
at Waialua, and return to town Tues
day. Pearl City daily attracts visitors,
who inspect the unsold lot , probably
with the intention of purchasing at
next Saturday's sale. An omnibus
is all the time in waiting to convey
visilois around tho city site without
The electiic lights, which had for
several weeks made themselves con
spicuous by their absence from
Pulama, although the lamps still re
mained there, re-appeared last night,
and were gratefully welcomed by the
residents of that district.
An interesting musical programme
of Ave parts will be rendered thi-
evening at tne lecture on Aienucjs
solin, by Mr. F. M. English, at Y. M.
C. A. Hall, A largo number of Ho
nolulu's leading socioty people will
take part in the entertainment.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, H.
F. I)., last night elected James Hunt
as foreman in place of E. R Ryan,
resigned; J. W. McDonald, assistant
foreman ; Tios. Matthews, second
assistant foreman ; W. H. C. Greig,
secretary and treasurer, re-elected;
Henry Smith, delegate, ro-olootod.
The Government school house at
Waiawa, near Pearl City, has recent
ly been re-painted aud re-furnished.
Tho school, under the principiilnlup
of Mr. (1. L. Edvyurds, appears to bu
in a good condition. There are
about niueiy pupils in attendance.
Some visitors from Honolulu, inter
ested in tlie education of Hawaiian
youtl), who undesignedly and unex
pectedly happened, in parsing, to call
in at the school tho other dap, speak
in commeudatory terms of the dis
cipline, tho children's oloanly appear
ance, their singing, and their schol
Six of the Japanese InborurB who
refused to return to plantation worn,
mid were in coiiBeqiieiice committed
to prUon from the Police Court on
iuul Monday, wisely determined tins
morning to resume work us boon us
they cun bu returned to tho planta
tion, Mr. Mcbrtons' prUon tliuolp.
linu of hard lubor proyml u much
stronger ni'guinwt limn Judge
Foblur'n ttUiurly ailvico, Tliu Jtip
yuy blrulglit pluutuMon work U culler
limn Mr Mflirtunn' odd Job.
-j-ja-jl"t-- "- "" "" - -
EIGHTEEN TO SIX.
California Below Their Usual
But Boat tho HawaiiB With
Itrpnrr anil Incidents of tho Unine.
There was a fair mid-week at
tendance at yesterday's baseball
match between the Californias aud
the Hawalis, although it was a big
falling off from the patronage of
the first two games of the series.
Fine weather was enjoyed. Messrs.
C. T. WilHer and W. Lucas were
umpires, and Mr. J. W. Winter was
1 Tho Californias went to bat at
3 :80 o'clock, aud bcorcd two runs
in the inning.
Pryce for the Hawaiis went out at
first from Creamer. Law elawe took
base on balls, second on passed ball,
made a gallant slide to third, the
crowd applauding uproariously, and
came home on a wild tlnow from
Ward. Mahuka look base on balls,
when Capt. Powers replm ert Fairell
with Levequo in the pitcher's box,
reached third on a wild throw, and
came living home on a wild pitch.
.Tho new pitcher gave Self ba9e on
balls, who stole second and came
home on Pahau, who made a three
base hit aud came home on Keoho
kalolc's out at first. Davis made a
tip to Ward's big glove. 4.
2 Rcilly, base hit, stole second,
homo on Creamer's three-bagger,
and Creamer scored on single by
Ward after Levcque had hit a Uy
to Thompson. The four following
made no base bits, Ward was put
out at third, and Povvers was third
out by a One stop and throw of Lua
hiwa. 2, total 4.
Luahiwa sent a flyer to Power,
Thompson was dropped at first from
Levcque, and Pryce, after getting
base on balls, was caught napping.
0, total 4.
3 Sharp went out at first. Reilly
reached first by Kcohoknlolc's fum
bling, second on Creamer, who was
hit by pitcher, both advanced a
stage by wild pitch, and home on
passed balf and wild pitch respec
tively. Leveque could not see three
fair balls. Ward, base on balls, to
third on wild pitch, home on Cahill's
two-qaser far to the centre. Calnll
got third on Farrell's single, but
both were left by a brilliant one
hand Tunning catch of Howard's fly
by Lawelawe. 3, total -7.
Lawelawe got base on balls, but
was the more convenient victim
when Mahuka hit the ball. Mahuka
came home on a wild throw from
Ward to put him out at second.
Self failed on strikes, and Pahau
was dropped at first from Reilly. 1,
4 Powers went down quickly be
fore Thompson's throw to first.
Sharp got first on Manuka's mis
judgment of a fly, got to third on
Reilly out at second, and home on
Creamer's single. Creamer scored
on Leveque, who was cut off at
second. 2, total 9.
Keohokalolo and Davis both went
out at first, aud Luahiwa fanned
himself out. 0, total a.
5Ward, Cahill, Parrel! and
Howard bad the bat without making
any base hit, und Cahill was loft on
third by the last batter's fly being
gripped by Pryce.- 0, total 9.
Thompson readied first through
Reilly's muffling, but his career was
nipped in the bud by Leveque's
watchfulness against base stealing.
Pryce struck the ambient air threo
times. Lawelawo made second on a
scramble by three fielders at the
left. Mahuka fell at Reilly's band
while shinning for flist. 0, total 5.
"" 6 Powers hit for a single, but
reached third on a wild throw by
Thompson, and came home on a sin
gle by Reilly, while Sharp, hit by
pitcher and allowed to stroll to
second, reached third. Crearner
and Leveque both got bases in return
for bruises from Davis, and Waid
reached second on a wild throw from
Davis. All hands camo home, the
last 'on Farrell's first on a wild throw
from Duvis, after Cahill stiuck out,
and Farrell came home on Howard,
who was put out running for home.
Power was diopped at first by Davis,
7, total 1G.
Self, Pahau and Keohokalolo were
walked out lu piocession foul tip,
at first from Creamer, and lly to
Reilly, respectively. 0, total 5.
7 Sharp went out on Htrikes.
Capt. Kcohokalole put Dan to catch
instead of Pahau this inning. Reilly
und Creamer made huso hfuv und
scored, Levequo struck out. Ward
made first on a bad throw to first
by Thompson, aud Cahill on an error
by Luweluwo, und Farrell wus run
ning on his lilt when tho ball wan
thrown to first alictul of Cuhlll, 2,
Duvis hit u ruUllug tliruo-luiser,
und camo homo on u wild tlnow,
Lutihlwa hit ii foul to Howard, und
Thompson und 1'iyco wore rinthuil
out on utrlkes, , total 11,
Tho California look their uiglilh
Inning, when they icoml tlirim on
error und a two.lmso hit iy elly i
hilt it it vviik gutting durk' lliu guinu
New Goods !
MESSRS. KING BROS.
ARE MOW PREPARE!) TO SHOW THE VERY BEST ASSOKT
MEN1 OF PUBLICATIONS IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRA.VINGS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a choice lino of
Hunt's & de G-raft's Pastel Pictures.
For tliobc desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they have to offer
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS !
By .lules Tevernier, Jos. D. Strong, D. Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Barnfield
and others, beside a great varioty by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who has
produced the finest Ohrutmiu Cards of a Hawaiian Nature ever offered to
the public of Honolulu.
Among other things, ihoy have to offer a vary choice line of
LADIES' AGENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
CONBIhTINO OP N
Purses, Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Cigarette Cases,
Lotier Books, Bill Books, Ourd Cases, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc.
Also, a very lino lino of
JPlnwU Goods. JPliisli Goods,
Toilol Sots, Manacnre Sets, Shaving Sets, Jewel Cases,
Ulove, Handkerchief & Color Boxes, Work Boxes, Etc., Etc.
A very lino assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very snitiblo for Christmas presents. Thoy havo
Over 280 Varieties of Iiullieis furiiclire Frames,
Which Ihoy are making up choapor than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatly reduced puces.
PARI OR EASELS, in Oak, Cherry, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great variety at lowest prices.
0F" Remember 1 There is nothing better than a well-selected Picture
to oiler as a Ohiistmas present, and KING BROS, is the place to go for the
best. 725 lm
was called off, as of seven innings.
Davis hit Powers in the eighth in
ning, making five times that he per
formed this unpleasant feat in the
The score appears below :
NAMES A. 11. It. U.U. O. A. K.
Cahill. If 5 1 1 0 0 0
Fairell, rf,p 0 2 1! 0 00
llouaid, 3b I 0 2 120
Power, lb C 1 0 10 0 0
Mi.up, e f 4 2 1 0 0 0
Reilly, as 4 4 3 10 1
Ci aimer, 2b 3 I 2 2 4 0'
Levequo, p, r.f ... 4 1 1 0 4 1
Ward, o 4 2- 0 7 12
Total 39 18 12 21 11 4
NAMES ' A.D. It. B.It. O. A. E.
Pivce, cf 3 0 0 10 0
Laweluwe. rf 1 I 1 10 2
Malm a, lb 2 2 0 3 0 a
Self, I t 2 1 0 0 2 1
I'ulmu, c 3 I 1 7 3 0
Keohokalolo, 21)... 3 0 0 .13 1
Davis, p 3 1 ' 1 13 1
Luahiwa, 3b 3 0 O 2 2 0
Thompson, as.. ..3 0 0 3 23
Total 23 C 3 21 12 11
Scoie by Innings
California 2 2 3 2 0 7 218
Hawaii 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 C
Two base hits r'ahlll.
Three-base hits Uovvard, Creamer,
btmcU out Self,Luahivn, Thompson,
Cuhlll, Sharp 2. Levequo 2, Piyce 2.
lilt by pitcher By Uavls4.
Wild pitches Davis 3, Fmrell 1..
Bases on balls By Farrell 2, Leveque
3, Davis 3.
Passed balls Pahau 4, Ward 2.
Umpires Chas. Wilder, V . Lucas.
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
On THURSDAY, Doc'. 4th,
A.'C 8 .' JVl ,
Mr. F. M. ENGLISH, B. A.,
Will deliver a lecture on
Selections from the vocal and Instru
mental works of the composer
will be performed.
B&T" A choir of 10 voices will render
AdmltiBlon. t no Co ii ft.
tty- Tickets for wile nt Book Stores
and the Y, M. C. A. II.ill. Doom open at
7 :3U. 725 at
SILVER WATOI1 with Gold
Chain iittHfheil. Owner
can liiivn hiiiiiu by ciiIIIiil' at coi
ner of Liliha and King Mtieots, and
provlug propei ty. JOHN HAPA.
Honolulu, Dec. 4, 18' 0. 727 ill
A T.L cluhnunui to lots lu Kapiolani
Dn.l el, in. ,i liAhimnii .In. nnlnlu
. below Hpecltlcd, urolieiobv rupiestcd to
1 exhibit their leases or uvlduuces of such
ovvneifihlp, to the iiiiilernlnni'd at onto,
I In older lo prevent the dl-poHiil of suld
lots to picMiut applicant's vl.:
' In, Ull.liil.. ill. llllllllll lllllll. lllilllltll llf
, at ,,. kmii .ft. tii.i..,i .mi... i ..ii.u .-
tween the pritinl-cii occiipli il by Jai,
Doild mid the propmty and home
stead of Julius Campbell. Niim
bmeil on I'aik map fioin 6U (o 81)
2d Hltiiatu mi iiuikal main ayi'inm ho.
tvv euii the piiunla'. mid liuiur.lruil
foinirrl) occupied by (i, W, Muu.
fur'nnu and tliu piupoiiy of .Imiiii'k
Uipiiphull. NiuuliHri'd no I'niltiuui.
flOllllWIO 1UI Illl'lllrlW!,
lly order of lliu IIihimI o( DIi colon,
y, m. niKi'AiiDi
Yi vw tiyJy KuplQlmil I'm k AMt
itnfiMnii-iiiWf - -
New Goods !
Base Ball Grounds !
aa-Untcs open'nt a o'clock. -tf
AT 3:15 O'CLOCK.
(The "Alt Honolulu"" will comprise a
nine picked lioin the Hawaiian
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized in San Francisco by Mr.
FranK L. Hongs and Is composed of the
very best of Base Ball Players epeclal
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
AMI THE OLUDS OK THE
Hawaiian Base Ball Leagne
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (Including reserv
ed seat) 83 SO
Single Admission.. CO
Kcst'i ved Chairs in Qrand Stand
Ha?" N. B. No charge for carriage
BSf Reserved Seats on rale nt tho
Hawaiian News Co. 724 Iw
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
America's Most Gifted Child Actress !
The Greatest Lord Fuuntlcroy on
Supported by an Excellent Company.
Tho following Ktrong bill will be pie
seated: Flint pioductiou hi this city
of the Charming Sketch t
(An produced tit lliu I,yoeiiin Thoa
Uu, New Yoik),
OJ.lVi; HKltiaKY ; i HuKdlllm
" LITTLB LOUD FAUNTLEHOV I '
OMVKJIKIIiaKY I I ntCMlrlu
(l.llllo ,nrd Kuuiltltiroy),
WHulu of tviilii will coiiiiiiiiiu'U
Tliiijtdiiy iiiornliig, nt U oVIoijk, at
'riininiV Hook Hinro, Air, J, J.WII.
Hum will direct tliu nlu, Vii iw
NOW IS THE TIME I
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honda, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
turc of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tlio following nre a fow of the many attractive forms offered, by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR tllFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " ' ' .' "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTION'S.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company 1b equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the New York 8un, April ith, 1890.)
Tim Largest BtiHiucsu Ever Transacted by a Llio AHHur-
The new biminess of tho Equitablo Lifo Assurance Society of Now
York for tho first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Dollars. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions of asur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of lifo assurance.
6yInformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Genera) Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho TJ. S. Jan-l-9d
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodiouH quartern at
IVo. SO PORT STREET,
(Near tho Custom House) t X
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime qualityf-any
of tho following High CIiibb Aerated Beverages:
Plain, Sweet, .Lemon, Slrawtef or Gnu Soda,
Sareaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Grab
Using exclusively the HYATT 1'UftE WATER 8YSTEM.
TelephoncF, No, IV).-
Chas. Hustace, King Street.
Having leased the stores 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 fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more ou the way, I
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven yearn, I
hope by pionipt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall bo pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many now ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Beg to announce that In consequence of extensive repairs to their building, thuy
are Removing tlielr Mocks of Goods to the
MoINERNY -:- BLOCK.
During removal, in order
Their Eire Stock is OfeM at Mncef tales
'jro m-xis trade :
t&T Persons requiring anything in their line will Und this a specially favor
New Goods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
You can find the
Leading : Millinery : House
Chan. J, riabol, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
5 0 VXV WMIN.PKU J 5 0
T EAJ1LY OgDERB SECURE THE CHOICE,
HENKY DAVIS & CO.,
-P. O. Box 372.
to save expense of handling
fre6h Involocs are on the vvav.
Latest Styles oiJ
& Children's Hats,
N, na I'oit MiMut