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DALLX BULLlCTJJSi HUttULUl.U, JU. l.J DECEMBEK 5 im;U.
FRIDAY, DEC. fi, 185)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tnko Effect October a.1. 1800.
A.M. A.M. I'.ll. P.M.
Leavci Honolulu.. (J: in 8.-IG 1 :45 4!3()f
Arrive llonoullull. 7:2C !:!!) 2 Ml) 6:85f
Loavo Honoullull. 7:3(1 10:fil 3:61 5:4rf
Arrivo Honolulu.. 8:35 11 ifiO 4:65 0:C0
t Satuulajs only
Sehr I.uka from Kuhala
Schr Kuhinumu from Kolinla
Sehr Mot Waliine for Ihiumkua
Stmr V ( Hull for lluwiill and Mmil at
10 ii in
Stun- U It Htshop for Walonae, Walalna
inul Kooluu at 0 u in
"For Mmil mid Hawaii per stinr W G
Hull. Deo 5 Mrs Moiisiuiut, Mrs Wills,
Airs Jurgcnscn, V II Johnson, Mrs Gay,
Air Uullciihiuid. Mr Carton, MlssGreen
wull, .) S Xotley, CD Miller, Air Mein
eekc and 50 deck.
For Kooluu and way ports per stmr
Git Bishop, Dec 5 August Ahrens and
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
.Monthly Mi-otliiK of tho llomil or
" The Board of Hepresentativca of
the Honolulu Fire Department held
ltd regular monthly meeting yetter
Jay evening at the central station.
Mr. C. B. Wilson, the Chief Engin
eer, presided, und eleven other
members were present.
Certificates of representation to
the Board were read as follows:
Co. No. 1, J. A. Mehrtens, dele
gate. Co. No. 2, James Hunt, foreman ;
J. W. McDonald, assistant foreman,
and Henry Smith, delegate.
Hook & Ladder Co., Henry Kaia,
foreman, and John M. Kea, assist
Fire Police Co., Walter Hill, dele
gate. The several foremen were re
quested to hand in their accounts of
expenses connected with the torch
light procession and illumination
on Nov. 15th tilt.
The Chief Engineer slated that
the new central fire station will
be among the first of public im
provements to be pushed forward
b' the present administration.
After other business of-routine
character the meeting adjourned.
LAND SALt TO-MORROW.
The second land sale of lots
located at Pearl City will take place
at noon to-morrow, at the auction
room of Mr. J as. F. Morgan on
Queen street. The lots which will
bo offered for sale comprise some of
the most desirable on the new town
site. Those especially situated
along Manana Avenue command a
fine sea and shore view. A number
of lots located in tho cross streets
between Lchua and Manana avenues
will also be offered.
Since the first sale at Pearl JCity
largu quantities of lumber have been
daily shipped to that place and
further large consignments are al
ready contracted for. It is a fair
estimate to say that within the next
six months,, at least forty new resi
dences will be erected, or put in
course of construction,' at Pearl
City. When this point is reached
land values will beyond doubt in
crease by from twenty-five io forty
per cent, and every presentf pur
chaser of land will reap the benefit
and profit of such advance.
The Pearl City enterprise may
now be considered one of the per
manent successes marking another
point in the advancement and devel
opment uf Hawaiian resources.
Those who failed to secure lots at
. tho last sale have already picked out
jots upon which they intend to bid
to-mbrrow. Other intending pur
chasers will do well to inspect the
maps, to be seen at Mr. Morgan's
otllce, so as to have a clear undcr
uUuding of locutions before the Bale.
Thuusdav, Dec. A,
llKKOlti: M'CUI.LY, J.
Iii re bankruptcy of J. Coerpernnd
II. Stiuuoh, Copartners, of Kiiiio,
Hawaii. Proof of cltiims and elec
tion of an assignee ; three claims arc
proved amounting to 85455.55, and
W. C. Parke is declarud elected as
signee to act under 82500 bond.
4 I'hidav, Dec. 5.
UKl'OHU judi, c. J.
In reestuto of J. II. Coney. Ac
count of A. J. Cartwrlght, trustee.
The Court orders tup account up
proved. Tnibtce in persou.
Jn re ustato of James Woods.
Executor sixth annual account
The Court orders the account ap
proved and thu Master's report
thereon confirmed. T. H. Walker
mid Godfrey Uiown, executors, in
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
CoitUKsroNorsNcr. on fourth page.
Tin: Australia will ho duo this day
A CANTONlKU is working today on
Alciclnuit strcotat tho Police Station.
Look out for a breco from tho
Leading Milliuciy House to-morrow.
Sbk hours of Miss Hustuco's sale
of fancy articles Monday und Tues
day. Men ami boys Btruw hats, $1 each
at Egau & Guun's. King street near
The uwa licenses will ho sold at
tho Government building on Monday
The Japanese store on King stieet
offers un ntti active lino o holiday
Mil. Camaha, real estate agent,
oflcis a house and lot on Lililia street
Coi.. Nonius oilers for sale the
Kahiiku ranch, Hawaii, containing
An alarm was rung this afternoon
for a tiro at tho Oahu Hallway wharf.
It was repoited all out while the bell
Tun Hawaiian Camera Club an
nounces another lantern Blido exhi
bition, for the 1Kb insl., iu aid of the
Sailors' Homo Society.
Olive Berkley will have big"
house to-morrow evening at the
Opera House. The reserved seat salo
is one of the largest over had.
The Kio de Janeiro has not shown
up yet, and it is thought that either
her sailing wns delayed or Bhe was
countermanded from calling here.
Messrs. Wenner it Co. keep up
thu line fame of their jewelry stoic
thu present season. An advertise
ment elsewhere gives a partial list of
the shilling attractions.
Alit. J. T. Wateuhouse's No. 10
stoie is, as usual in holiday seasons,
packed from busement to roof with a
great variety of gift goods to gladdon
tho hearts of the rising generation.
. , - ' m -
The reverend editor and proprietor
of Ihe Anglican Church Chroniclo
shows his confidence iu printer's ink
by inserting in this paper a seasona
ble advertisement of that excellent
Tun canlonier on the Waikiki ruad
leaves severely alone the lautami in
festing one side of the road, while
carefully cutting away the glass that
forms an agreeable carpet on the
It sounded like old times to hear
the Aiion'b tuneful voices ringing
out on the air yesterday evening. This
society, lately ic-organized on the
oiiginal basis, practises in the ball of
Honolulu Engine Company.
The "Little Lord Fauntleroy" com
pany had a successful full rehearsal
at the Arion Hall last night. Indi
cations are that the local talent will
afford very creditable support to the
exotic genius ofthe company.
THE BIC CAME.
To-morrow should be a red-letter
day in our baseball annals. The
Californias will meet a well-picked
nine. A great deal may be expected
from the All Ilonolulus. Captain
Chan. Wilder is making his men
practise every day and if energy
ensures success they will win the
game. Willie Lucas, one of our
greatest twirlers, will pitch for the
All Honolulus. A large attendance
is expected. Game will be called
The first game in the scries of
matches for tho championship of
Honolulu will be played between the
Razzledazzle and Punahou elevens
to-morrow at 2:30. Tho football
league is composed of three teams
and each team will play one game
with the others. The game to-morrow
will be played at the grounds of
Oahu College. Accommodations
for the transportation of the public
will be made. The teams will lino
up in the following positions:
Peck flight end Armstrong
W. Thrum. ...Right tackle.. .It Lyman
E. Thrum,... Right guard.... E. Lyman
Atavo Center Wood
M uVoy . . . .Left guard Chamberlain
Alexander... Left tackle... K. E. Lymau
R. Lyman Left cud Damon
Forbes Quarter Angus
Raldwlu Ulght half Walker
Richards Left half Ilapul
Fi ear Full back Hoyselden
MRS. BERKLEY'S PART,
The Minna of Mrs. Berkley serves
to show that her daughter's ability
is an inheritance. The character is
a repulsive one and excites tho anti
pathy of the audience, hut it is
played u,ith so much dramatic in
bight, and with such judgment and
energy, as to win general admira
tion and applause. Whether as the
vulgar adventures8,who is insolently
jubilant at the prospective triumph
of her scheme, or as the ballled and
vindictive victim of her own cun
ning and mendarcity, Mrs. Berkley
was equally effective, and there wits
a touch of ferocity in the petulance
with which she shredded to utoms
the bouauet she wore in her dress,
under tile influence of tnorlillcutlou
and defeat. Melbourne ArguH,
Oct. 21, 188Q. t
Thero were over 8,000,000 kegs
of nails produced last year in tho
United .States, of which one-half was
cut steel, less than one-fourth cut
iron und tuoru than ouo-fourth wlru.
Willi I,roturo by Sir. Krnucl M.
' KiikIIhIi, It) A.t Opern,
Y. M. C. A. hall was nearly filled
yesterday evening to hear Mr. F.
M English, B. A., Oxon, lectuic
on Mendelssohn, with vocal and in
The lecturer in a conversational
way and with ficquent pleasantries
outlined the rcmaikable career of
Felix Mendelssohn, thu great musi
cal composer, from the crndln to the
grave. "Of him there ia nothing to
tell that is not honorable," he said
in the conclusion of a summing up
of the musician's traits of good
nature, sweetness of disposition, and
The first illustration was a violin
andante by Prof. J. W. Varndley,
from a sonata in F minor composed
by Mendelssohn at 14 years of ngc,
Mr. English playing an accompani
ment on tho piano.
Miss Barnard prettily sang the
soprano solo, "Tho first violet,"
written by the composer when a
"A chorus from the oratorio
"Elijah" was rendered by the fol
lowing choir of ladies : Mesdumes
George B. Kirkbiide, J. F. Brown
and J. II. Soper, Misses Sever
ance, Ethel Wodchouse, Atkinson
Mrs. J. F. Brown sang the con
tralto solo, "Oh, rest in the Loid,"
with marked clearness and musical
Mr. English played on the piano
the accompaniment to the solo,
"Then shall the righluom shine,"
with yiolin obligalo by Prof. Ysund
ley. Mr. English also :ing the 10I0
"O God have mercy," fiom the
oratorio "St. Paul," Mr. Ileiold
playing the piano accompaniment.
The chorus of Indies before men
tioned, supplemented by Messrs. F.
L. Hughes, R. C. Monteagle, G. E.
Smithies, J. J. Lennox and English,
sang, "He watching over Israel."
They also sang, as a dismissal, Pin
suti's. 'Good night, good night."
The reading of the paper and the
concert occupied an hour and forty
minutes, and the entertainment was
evidently a great pleasure to the
AN INTERESTING BUDGET.
Ofllrlal, ButilnGHB and Personal X'nwi
Items from Hawaii.
Advices from the district of Ha
makua under date of Nov. 28th
state that the sitting of the Board of
Tax Appeals lasted seven days.
Decisions rendered were in favor of
the assessor on land and cane
values, and sundry other items were
decided in favor of the plantations.
Of a total of 8691 for costs, the
amount of 8598 was forfeited to the
Government. Hamakua shows an
increase of 85000 this year over the
The Hons. W. H. Rice and H.
Waterhouse passed through the dis
tricts of North and South Kona on
Saturday, Nov. 29th. At Kailua
they spoke to an immense crowd of
people on the 28th, which was Ha
waiian Independence Day, and they
were constantly cheered. It was
evidently a treat to the "kamaainas"
to hear them speak fluently in the
native tongue. The Hon. W. H.
Rice is an apt. speaker in the Ha
waiian language. The honorable
gentlemen were paiticularly interest
ed with the great number of ap
parently healthy-looking native
children in the Kona distnots. They
also gave temperance lectures iu
Wuiohiiiu, Kau, on Sunday, Nov.
30th, after their arrival there.
These gentlemen landed in Kailua,
and intend making a partial circuit
of the island, going through Kona,
Kau, Hilo, Hamakua and South
Kohala, where they will board the
steamer at Kawaihao.
Mr. Jos. S. Emerson, of the Gov
ernment Survey Department, now
at work in the Kouas, fought u duel
last month with a ferocious donkey.
The latter showed signs of flhl and
would probably have "surveyed"
and bitten his master, but Mr. Emer
son, laying hold of the donkey's
long ears, succeeded iu knocking
him down and had his head and legs
tied with a rope. A Immune kanaka,
seeing that the donkey was about to
be shot, prayed that Mr. E. might
release him. An exchange for a
tamer donkey being effected, the
ferocious donkey was given to thu
kanaka man. The kamaainas now
call the surveyor the powerful
Joseph S tnion Emer n.
The last trip from Hawaii of the
steamer W. G. Halt brought down a
second shipment of cattle from tho
Kali u It u lunch in Kau for the Hono
lulu butchers. Thu cattle were in
fine order and must havo realised
Mr. W, C. Aohi, the woll known
native lawyer and broker, was two
weeks in the Kouas, visiting places
of interest, 'especially the coffee
localities. He was impressed with
what he saw, and land owners there
have requested him lo form a com
pany of coffee and fruit producers,
and to apply to the government for
a charter of Incorporation. There
are hundreds of acres well adupted
for that industry.
The plantations in the Kau dis
trict luiyc all commenced grinding
caiiu fqr tho aeasou. Naalehu alone
turned out about thirty tons of sugar
on Saturday lust, which is consider
ed a good day s work. Naalehu,
llonuapo and IJilea plantations all
belong to thu Hutchluson Sugar
Company, of which Mr. Uuuh
Center is the efficient manager, W.
G. Irwin & Co. of Honolulu are the
aguuts. All the plantations in the
Waterhouse's No. 10 Store
HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPRISING
Hand Painted Novelties, Traveling
Ciihuh, Toilet & Smoker's Sots,
EDISON'S TALKING DOLLS,
And Dolls of every otlici description. Also, a Quo line of
Children's Books, New Games,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
Sofa GusMoh in SI & Satins, Toys lor tin union.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
LADY OF THE PERIOD.
ew leads !
'.ESSES. KING BROS.
ARE MOW PREPARED TO SHOW THE VERY BEST ASSORT
MENT OF PUllLIOATiONS IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Etc., Etc.
Nlso. a choice line of
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
For thoho desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they havo to offer
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS !
By Jules Tovemior, Jot.. D. Strong, D. Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Barnfielil
and others, be&ide a great variety by their own urtist, W. Y. Stone, who ban
pioduoed the flneat Uhnstmau Cards of a Hawaiian Naturu ever otFered to
tho public of Honolulu.
Among other things, they have to offer a vory choice line of
LADIES' & GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Puues, Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Cigarette Cubob,
Loiiei Hooks, Bill Books, Card Cases, Hand Bag", Etc., Etc.
Also, a very tine line of
llwla Uoods. IPIulsIi Good.o,
Toilet SU, Mauueute Sets, Shaving Sets, Jewel Case,
Clove, Handkerchief it Color Boxes, Wink Boxes, Etc, Etc.
A very tine iiasoitmcut of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Voiy unliable fur Ohri-itmas presents, They have
Over 250 Vdi'iolios uf Itilfllux fur Picture Frames,
Which they are making up cheaper than any place iu town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatly leiluced prices.
PARLOR EASELS, in Oak, Cheny, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, iu Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great vaiioty at lowest prices.
fSF" Remember! There is nothing better than a well-selected Picture
to ofliir as a Christmas piescnl, and KING BROS, is the placo to go for the
best. 72! lm
district anticipate large yields from
their present crops.
It may n0t3.be generally known,
but the report is current that there
is a Gilbert Island princess on the
Pahala plantation whose birthplaco
is Tarawn. She is about 14 years
of age, and is able to speak, besides
her own tongue, the English mid
Hawaiian languages. She attends
the English school, and is very often
called on to interpret for her own
people. Mie is very much repulcd
in Kau both by foreigners and her
people of whom there is a goodly
number 011 this plantation.
The three miles railroad to connect
llonuapo and Manicnie cane lands
is nearly completed. Thu cane
growing in thu latter place is lino
looking, and it is intended lo grind
it at thu llonuapo mill which is
situate near the landing. Nualchu
sugar and other outgoing freight
will also be transfcired lo the laud
ing via Munieme. This will i(q uway
with the up-hill teaming heretofore
experienced by the Hutchinson
W ILL hnvo a few Fanny Artlolrn fur
V siilu, on MONDAY und TUES
DAY, Dec. 8th and Dili, from 'i to r
o'clock r. m., at her residence!, corner
of lieretanla ami Kaplolam streets, near
Tliuuuts Siiuaie. 723 'ii
T 1 1 J3
Anglican M Clironide,
Monthly Period cal.
Recording curium eveuth of Church
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1 iiibiuij llliutiliwui lliu lfllil. J'jtiuua
Iii lluwuilaii Htatiiry, Kiltuutlmml and
1 Llteraiy Notes, MIscelluueniM Notes of
Science and Ait and useful Information.
Published 011 the tlrst Saturday In
evi'iy inoiuli Uy the Rev Alt-x. MuiAlu
C3T Sold by the Hawaiian News Co.,
Honolulu, II 1. 72i 31-170 It
New Goods !
Mo. OO acinic Wlreot,
New Goods I New Goods I
Suitable for Christmas and New
Year's Presents !
Fans, Baskets, Trays,
And tho latest novelties iu
NAN YU CO.
No. 92 FORT ST.,
Aro now showing 11 Large New
Stock of Goods Ruitable for the
Holidays comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earrings,, Bracelets, Uanglei,
Lace ami Scaif Pins, Rings,
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
Sliver Watches and Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clock,
Silverware, Gold Headed Omen,
Etc,, Etc., Etc.
Sf Prices within tho roach
of all. Give us a call. 728 lm
K UJUKU RANCH, Kau, Ha
waii. 181,000 iieies. For
Hullier particulars, apply to
4. A IT 0USK u'"1 J" " I'"""
fiVjre -- ll,!t't facing Huliool
saUB xtu-ct. hot Iihs about 40 ft.
frontage by 100 ft. deep; the houne con
tains 4 looms, kitchen und dining-room;
good lociitlou. Apply to
J. M. CAM ARA, Jit.,
Heal Kbtuto & General Agent, Spree
keln' Uloek, Itoom No.lO. 728 lw
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society ofthe United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy ternn. The additional fea
ture of lnsurauce goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forma offered by this
original and progressive Company:
FkJF1" B0NS. 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, its payments prompt ami certain, and it
From tho New York Sun, Aprilith, 1890.)
Tin. Largest BuhIuoss Ever Transacted by a Lite Ahhui--
The'new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the tlrst quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Kikty
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of atmtr
uurefor the year, and is unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
5-Iiiforumlion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the unclcrsignod at his olllco.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Societj
of the U. S. Jan-1-91
Having. removed our SODA WORKS to more commodiom quarters at
rSTo. 29 li"OJrl? WrMKSIGT,
(Near tho CiHtom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Bcvurageu:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, strawberry or Cream Soci
Sarsnparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLL1STER & CO
Telephones, No. 119.-
Ghas. Hustace, King Street
Having leased the atbros in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in recoipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on tho way," I
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public foh
tho liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, A"
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of tho
Mime. At the new stand shall be pleased lo see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones ah uuiy find it to theii advantage to
call. Island ordcis solicited and faithfully executed.
TEE PACIFItTHA-aDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that lu consequence of extensive repairs to their building, thuy
arc Removing their Slocks of Goods to thu
IM.cjXIVIDES.N'- -:- BLOCK.
SSt During removal, In order lo save expense of handling tBa. .
Their Eetire stock is GfeM at Mnceil Rates
U'O Tllkfi TUAJD1C I
tW Persona requiring anything In their line will find this a ipeelally favoi
New Goods ! New Goods !
Have lately been received and fresh Invoices are 011 thu war.
Fort Street, :
j uuuj..i.j.jjj; j1 ".mi -M'H'L-jig;
You can find the
Leading : IVIillinery : House
Cha. J. FiBhoJl, Cor. Tort & Hotel Sta.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
j 5 0 FAT wiittj.FKD 1 5 0
r EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
-1. O. Rox 372.
WARE CO., L'd.,
Latest Styles of
& Children's Hats,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
No. oa l'ort:truot