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SATURDAY, DEC. (I, IHIK).
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tnlic UfT.rl Oftutifl' U3, INUUfi
'1'U A 1 IN l
A.M. A.M. I'.M. f.M.
leave Honolulu.. Uilfi 8 :4n 1 :4u 4 :U0t
Arrive llonoulltili. 7:'A' !MIU 'i'AV fi:.16t
Lcovn llonouliull. im 10:51 OiBl 6:tfi
Arrive Honolulu. H:iW IliSt 4:B5 Uif.oj
Htmr Kluau from lluwiill mnl Muul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokul
Slim ins Mukeu ft om Kitpuu
Sehr Mary Foster from Katinl
VESSELS LEAV.NC" MONDAY."
Stmr Hawaii for HakuUiu. llonomii,
Patiiihau and Ntm
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Klimii 8100 b:igs sup ir. Ill) beep, 2
horses, 27 hltli-8, 34 hogs. CO Ijajra
potatos, 81 bugs corn, '!' towls, 1
toller, nntl 15U pUfjs puiidl I-s
Mokolll 1U7 buns hngar, 411 bill ino-
llll-UCS, ICO pkgH llll'ltlllltldibl!, 14
Jas Mukeo- 2050 bngs sugar, 54 hides
ami SO pkgs suudiies.
Vaiy Foster 1(100 bags sugar.
Kiilainiiuti 2000 bugs sugni.
Luka 1900 rallioad ties.
Fiotn Hawiiil and Maui per stmr Ki-
nau, Dec C--U Lulimaun, Air Qtaltam
and w ife, J Lyons, Bov h L Desha. V
A Whiting and servaut, Miss L v Whit
ing. F M natch, J alsb, Alts I Weight,
11 1 veis, D Porter, R lljeiofr, A Piou,
A W Hevdtmanu, A V Klehtiidson,
J N Wright, E W Bin mud, Mis J M
Hopkins, Mrs E A Hogan, Miss Mary
Patker, MrsO K ritlllmiin, Mis Stella
Kaaua, Wong Kwai, Ah Soy, W iter
loultz, .1 Kenton, Dr Yiiuianhltti, Mrs B
Bailey, Hon R R Hind and wife, G Ako
and wife, L Ake, Hou W II Cotnwell,
Matter Tom Hennesy, MisNoah Kepol
kai, Mrs Ida Mett, W L Wilcox, J Cush
inghain, & K Kane, M II Reuter and
wile, J M Vivas and 82 deck.
From Molokai per stmr Mokolll Deo
C Miss M O Con iston and 10 deck.
From Kapaa per stmr Jas Makee Dec
C Mrs mlth and children, Paget Bros.
MrKeall, W Essie, V M Bislmp and 22
The schooner Luka arrived yesterday
from Foholkl with 1900 railroad ties for
the O R & L Co.
The bark Wakefield is commencing to
A SPECIAL GAME.
Frank Hoogs has made arrange
ments to play a game at Pearl Cit'.
The Oabu Railway Co. will run a
special train next Friday, the clay
on which the game will lake place.
The Californiaa will play a match
game with a nine from the "Mohi
can." The Californias will put
Iteilly in the box ; the batting order
otheiwise remairn the same.
The Mohican nine will be the fol
lowing: Barrett Pitcher
Conwell 1st Baseman
Jessup 2d Baseman
Mack Short Stop
French 3rd Baseman
Foley Left Field
Howell Center Field
Curren Right Field
Extra players, Musgrave and
TO-DAY'S BASEBALi. MATCH.
The "All HonoluluB" will consist
of a picked nine from all our local
clubs. They will meet the Califor
nias this afternoon and a hotly con
tested game is expected.
The following will be the batting
order of the nines ;
Farrell Left Fielder
Howard 3rd Baseman
Powers 1st Baseman
Sharp Center Fielder
Ileilly Short Stop
Creamer 2d Baseman
Leveque Right Fielder
ALL HONOLULUS. POSITIONS.
Wilder, Chan (Capt. ) Catcher
Lucas, W Pitcher
Mahuka 1st Baseman
Whitney 2d Baseman
Havis. ,....,... '. ... .3rd Baseman
Thompson Short Stop
Carter, O Left Fjclder
Chandler ..Center Fielder
Wodehouse, H Right Fielder
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Second Sunday in Advent. Cathe
dral Services: '
Holy Communion, GsSO a. in.
Litany, 9:30 a. in.
Morning Prayer and sermon, 10
nuwuuun -riveunuug ami ociimuu,
, 3:80 p. in.
Evening Prayer and sermon, C
The services of the second con
gregation will he as follows: 11:15
a. in. Holy Communion with seiinou.
Hurt's service in D will be sung.
Hymns 47, 813j 7;30 p. m., Even,
aong with sermon; anthem, "How
lovely are the messengers" by Men
delssohn. Hymns 50, 2CC. Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All are
invited to these services.
latest style of gum, for huIu at the
t'Elltn le? Oremu Parlor." 729 lw
LOCAL It GEHf HAL HEWS,
AM liiniilmlor In for unit.
KAAIIItMANC Kltl'Ol li'nkn V II
'I'll K llllfrbllll RHIHI'F fill llf.M Week,
will li" uniiotimvd Monday.
Mil. Hahni llil.i) tlio nrtift Intend
ntliking a trip liillicihliiiitt of Killliili.
"EtlllltA'H 11uuoi.ah" mnl "I.iltli
htiiil Fiuiiilli'roy"nlllicOpi'iH 11mim
A ciioicii line of holiday goods uic
bi'ing shown by C.Kiin &. Gtinn, Klo
utri'iit, near Foil.
Mil. FiiKD. VlltTNi:v' lint' lilack
anil wbili) dog will aitieai in "Littli"
Lord Fniintloroy" this evoniiig.
A MbT of iliiinties for tho hwuuI
tootlad public is printed clu'wlieri'
for the Elite Ice Croain Purloin.
TtiK compisitorH of the Buu.utin
will tako in tliu hivuliall gunii'lo-da ,
as tbu guests of Mnnager llougn.
Tn-Mouitow, Deeeniber 7tb, an
Englb Sermon will be delivcrod at
this Catholic Cathfdial of Honolulu
at the 7 a. ni. iiiiihs.
Bv order of Mensr. T. H Davies
& Ou., Mr. J. F. Moigim will hold a
libiTitl credit Hale of inerchandiHi'
next Wednesday and Thursday.
l)n. Allen, Government physician
for Wailuku, is eomalcseunt from bio
attack of typhoid fever, and has pio
bably by this time resumed piadicc.
SiiKitnr Hitchcock of Hawaii re
port nine or tun It-pern waiting at
Ktiwaibau, whom thesti'umui Kilauua
Hun declined to carry to Honolulu.
Tin: Hawaiian Hardware Go.'a
atom will be open this evening so
tint those who may desiio to inspect
the handsome Christmas and New
Year presents displayed can do so.
Mil, .Ias. F. Mouqan will hold u
mortgagee's sale Wednesday, by or
der of Mr. A. J. Ciiriwright, tinstce
of the estate of R. W. Holt. Two
pii'cun of land at Kaikulii will bo
The tenth semi-annual competi
tion of the Hawaiian Rifle Associa
tion will be held at the new range,
Kahaniki, Thursday, Jan. 1st. The
piogramme will appear in Monday's
"Editha's Buholak" and "Little
Lord Fauntleroy" were carefully le-hcan-ed
in tbe Opera House labt
night, under tbe direction of Mrs.
Berkley. A good performance may
be promised for tltib evening.
Mil. J. H. Maby, keeper of the
Volcano House, writes to tbe Wilder
Steamship Company, under date of
the 2d iust., that the crater is very
active, Dana Lake is continuously
boiling all over, and a new lake, 100
ft. by 150 ft. has opened up to the
east of Dana Lake and is quite ac
tive. I, m '"
Mr. Allen Hutchinson has now
completed in plaster his head of
Lunalilo, It is now in a permanent
material, mounted and finished, and,
wherever it goes, will stand for all
time as a monument lecalling the
feature and character of the late King.
The woik may be seen at his studio,
Nuuanu Avenue, by llinto interested
and who mitred its exhibition while
it was in clay.
MEETIHC OF INSURANCE MEN.
The Bo'aid of Underwriters met
at tbe room of the Chamber of Com
merce this moining. It was decided
to have a new map of the city pre
pared, defining the file limit j as
amended by the Legislature, and to
have the city re-rated accordingly.
MANSLAYErT SENTENCED. .
Kauhma, who killed Thos. Pi itch
ard, his son-in-law, at Kipahulu
some months ago, has been found
guilty of manslaughter in the second
degree, at .tlio present Lahaina
term, and sentenced by Judge
Bickerton to nine years' imprison
ment at hart labor. The prisoner
was brought to town by the Kinau
this morning and lodged in Oahu
Hawaiian Lodge, F. & A. M., at
its hist meeting elected the following
John Phillips, W. M.
Joshua D. Tucker, S. W.
W. F. Love, J,. W.
W. M. Giffiird, Treas.
T. C. Porter, Sec.
These with the seven appointed
odlcera'will bo installed on the even
ing of St. John's Day, when the
annual banquet will be held. The
Lodge will meet for work in the first
degree next Friday evening.
ANGLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE.
The Anglican Church Chronicle
begins its ninth year with the De
cember number just issued. It is
one of the best ecclesiastical periodi
cals to be seen anywhere, and Its
success for it has succeeded finan
cially as well as popularly is a
great honor to the industry aud
journalistic talent of its editor and
owner, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, es
pecially iu view of the fact that
besides being a regular city pastor,
who does a great dea of benevolent
work among strangors and the poor,
visiting their sick and burying their
dead, he Is the Principal of the
Royal School, one of the largest
Government schools in the Kingdom.
The present number of tbe Chroni
cle more than susttiiis. its established
character of earnestness Iu opinion
ami cquiploleuesB in Information,
FISHEL'S HOLIDAY SALE,
Mr. C. J. r'lMic!, irniricloi of I ho
l.inillii( Mlllliicr.v IIiuho, linn n
KIHcnil in to-iln,'s paper, niiiioiiiie
lug IiIn iiniitinl' gift iftlu. Kveiv
buyer of uomls lo (lie iiuioniil of
J'.fiO will rt'ct'ivti n proM-tit, in
nllvur-wnri', peni'liblow, n(lii-u nrc,
io,vi iIoIIn, or lawarc. The sloik
of pruMuiils limy be seen in the win
dow, SUPPOSED CASE OF OIPHTHEIilA.
Dr. Day has repoilcd to tlioltoaiil
of Ilialllt what lie (leiiiis to lie a
uaie of diphtheria. The patient ti a
Portuguese gill of four years living
on Punchbowl hill. Drs. ,1. S. Mo
(!ruw anil Henri Mitlrew having
diagnosed the ease fire, of the same
opinion ns Dr. Day. The Hoard of
Health has pluccd the hoii9c of the
child's pan nts under strict day and
night quarantine. The doctors can
11 tid nothing about the preiniscsJlke
ly to produce the disease, and the
parents arc very reluctant in answer
Satimuiay, Dec. G.
BKKOHE MC'CUI.LY ,1.
Bankruptcy of Aka (Chinese) of
Waialua, Oahu. The bankrupt is
examined in regard to his accounts,
and the hearing continued. J. M.
Davidson for bankrupt; V. H.
Castle and V. F. Fiear for credi
tors. BKKOItK jttun, c. .1
In the matter of the estate of N.
Pelii of Honolulu. S le of teal
estate by administrator is continued.
W. R. Castle for administrator.
Saturday, Dec. C.
Pokai, a Hawaiian found smoking
opium, was sentenced to fouv
months' imprisonment at Imtd labor
and to pay costs of &1.
THE SCOTCH SABBATH.
In order to correct any false im
pressions which may be acquired by
residents of theso islands upon read
ing your printed report headed,
"Physical Culture," a lecture by
Prof. W. T. Brigbam, at the Y. M.
C. A. Hall, wherein the closing re
marks in regard to bow legs are
concerned and their causes, I dis
tinctly say that the statement about
bowlegs in Scotland being very com
mon is a direct and malicious mis
statement. I have lived for 19 years
in Glasgow, Greenock, and Perth,
and have been in numberless other
places, even in the districts of the
coal pits and blast furnaces and the
manufacturing localities, and I must
confess that I cannot recollect of
but one or two exceptions to the
most perfect formed limbs of my
Scotch countrymen. In fact I might
almost ask the question what person
iu Honolulu knows of a bow-legged
Scotchman in these islands. Even
did such a one ever exist here, I
have asked a dozen persons, old
residents here, but they have an
swered, "We never saw any nor
heaid of any." Since when have
gin shops been running in full blast
iu Scotland? This is an outrageous
statement to make. I left Glabgow
in 1879 and the gin shops, or pro
perly written the public houses, iu
tbe whole of Scotland are under the
national laws of Scotland. Every
town, district or village has the
i-ame license hours, namely, that
they cannot open their doors to sell
or give awaj'a drink of any nature
before 8 o'clock a. m., nor later
than 11 o'clock p. in., nor can they
open their place of business to sell
or give away a drink fioin 11 o'clock
Saturday night until 8 o'clock Mon
day morning. This was law befoie
I860. So strictly is Sunday ob
served in Scotland that even the
doctors' olllces and apothecary
shops are only open for an hour in
the morning and again in the even
ing. Depots of the dairy farms aie
open only long enough to distribute
the milk for the neighborhood on
Sunday morning and again in the
In all 1113' travels I may say that I
never found any country to obseive
the Sabbath with more thorough
strictness than I observed iu the
west coast of Scotland.
T. S. Douglass.
Honolulu, Dec. 4, 18Q0.
ANEW INCUBATOR In perfeot
order. Apply to No. 107 King
street. 729 3t
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Candy Factory & Cake Bakery
ICE CREAM the most delielou.
you can get at the "Elite."
CAKES the finest In the laud, plain
or fancy, at the 'tKilte,"
PIES a real good article, alwajs on
hand at the "Kllte."
J very best
great specialties at the
tST Iu fact we keep everything per-
to a liriH-oiUHM coiiiectiouery
Uttr ypoolul uttuutloii
D IHTnV -JrVLLTl Kl
iiver ! Silver ! Silver I
OH 30 DAYS
OUR GRAND SILVER, PEACHBLOW, SATIN WARE, GLASS WARE,
TOYS & DOLLS GIFT SALE WILL COMMENCE
flonday, December 8, 1890.
tQT During this sale every
receive a handsome Peachblow,
SSir Look in our Windows and see
The Leading Millinery
HAVE JUST OPENED OUT
Waierhouse's lot. in store
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPRISING
Hand Painted Novelties, Traveling
Case. Toilet &
EDI-SOITS TALKING- BOLLS,
And Dolls of every olhui description. AUn, a fine line
Children's Books, $Sew Games,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
Sofa Cnslim ii Silt & Saiins, Toys for til Million.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
LADY OF THE PERIOD
MESSRS. KING BROS.
ARK MOW I'RKI'ARKD TO SIIoW TUB VERY BUST ASSORT
MENT OK PUBLICATIONS IN
Etchings, Artotyps, Photogravures,
ENUKA VINOS, Ktc, Et.
Also, a choice line of
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
For those dcrtiring Hawaiian Subjects, the hnve to offer
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS !
By Jules Tovernior, Job. D. Stiiuig, 1). Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Bainfielil
and others, beside a ureal iuioiy by lluir nwn iiitiMl, W. Y. Stone, who has
produced the flnnl Ohiihtni.is Oiirds of a Iliiw.iiinu N.ituu eei oflered to
tlio publiu of Honolulu,
Among othei tbingn, ihny have to oiler a voiy choice line of "
LADISS' & GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
I'uiuM, Poekui Books, Cigar Onsen, Uigiuettu Cants,
Letter Books, Bill Uooki-, I ard Cases, Hand Bik, Etc., Etc.
Alito, a very
Toilul Sals, Manacure Sets, Shaving Sets, Jewel Cases,
GloVo, Handkerchief & Color Boxes, W'nik Bmri, Kle
A veiy fine itbhurliiient of
Photo Panels A, Photo Fames,
Veiy kuitiiblu for ChiUtiniiH presents. They have
Over 2S0 Varieties of Iliilfliiis for Picfare Fraies,
Which they aio making up cheaper tliun. any place iu town.
ARTISTS' HUPI'LIEd, at gicaily laluced puoes.
PARLOR "EASELS, in Ouk, (Jboiiy, Bamboo. Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLK CORNICES, in great varioty al lowest price.
0 Hi iiiunihirl Thoio in iiolbing butter than a wull-sulected Picture
Id oiler u a Cbiistnuu picsunt, and KINU BROS, in the piano to go for ,thu
FOR 30 DAYS
customer purchasing S2.50 worth, will
Saliu, Glass Ware, Dolls, Toys or
fine display of presents. t3a
House, cor. Fort & Hotel streets.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
linn hue of
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now yelling their HoutW, and upon em luriui. The additional fen
tUM- of liiiiiraiH'c goi'M with eveiy lloml.
Tbu following are u few of the many attractive foiiilM offered by tills
oilgluul mnl ptogruisHu Couipaiiy:
ENDOWMEN T BONDS, 5 PER CENT. QUARAN FEED "OR UP.
INOEMNITY BONDL, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LLJCKA1 IVb OP1 IONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDREN.' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its paymentn prompt and eerlaiu, unit its
(tVmmi the iVew Yor .Sun, April 4th, 181)0.)
Tim Ijtir':i" Kusim'HH liver Truumir.Uul by a l.it Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assuiauce Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Kii-ty
Million Dollakb. This is at the rato of ioo huidnd millions of unnnr
why, for the yeur, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JR0luforuiutiou cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Socielj
of the U. S. Jan-1-91
Having leinovod our SODA WORKS to moic coiuiiiiiilioiir qiiiutei!- at
(Near the Custom Uouye)
We aio now prep.it eil to furnish at tdiort
of the following High C .ims
"uml wiiuui, uuiuuu,
SarBaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
UHing exclusively the HYATT PURE WATKR SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER &. CO.,
f OHT STI6KKT.
Telepbonee, No. ll'J.-
Having leased the stores in tbe brick building known as lite
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and iiuing
in teceipt of New Goods per last uteanter, and more on the way, J
Htn prepared to (ill all orders as before. Thanking tbe public fin
the libctiil pa tinnage bestowed on me for the punt seven cnfr-, I
hope by piompt attention to all ciders to merit a continuance of tbe
Mime. At tliu new stiunl shall be pleaded to i-eo nil my old imin
touicr, ami as many new ones hi-, may find it to theit .ulvunt.ie to
call. Island orders solicited and Initbfully executed.
BARGAINS ! : BARGAINS !
THE PACIFI0 HAaDWA.EE CO., L'd.f
Beg to untiiiiinee that in consequence of
are Removing their -
JMLXIV;fc3K.INY -:- BSOCH.
Cgy Dining removal, in otder to save expense of bundling i&n
Tliiiir Entire Ml is (jffoi'oi al Mm Rales
'l-O 'I'll 10 THADIO I
?? Peifous leipilrhig aiiytiilng
2M w Goods !
Hae lately been received und
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
You can find the
Leading : Millinery : House
Chas. J Fishol. Cor. Fort & Hotel Ste.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
5 0 FAT "N!'kj 5 0
Utf" EMILY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS &COM
notice, and of prime quality, any
Aurated Bevtug:t :
Lemon, Strata or Cream Slit.
l'euvlliuij .! -iiiai;
-I. O. Box .'172.
exteiihive lepubsto their building, they
ocKi of GooUg to the
In iltolr line will find thlb a speeixlly fnoi-
New Goods !
fresh IiivoIcuk are on the w.y.
Hustaco, King Street.
i , .
-jwrtiTyrat ma.' Jul. A-
Latest Styles of
& Children's Hats,
No, 3U Korl Hli'Ul
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iu.i.MW ilt -,' f"- ' " - -' J. liri.'A.A1
aubtejuw rtiiaii'iiiii'iv"i1i aMv.rtowk,i-iriu-
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