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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND C0.S
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Lnnvo Honolulu.. OiKi 8i4fi 1 !l! itUnf
Arilvt llonouiliill. 7:'.'(' thUi 2:l'.i fiiMf
Lcavn Honnuliutl. 7 ::10 lutftl ititil fitl
Arrive Honolulu.. 8:3fi 11 tr ( tr5 CtCOl
Stuir Pele from Lnyseu Nliind
SclirSinitli & lillznfioin Ktwliiii
atnir Klunu for Mnul mid lluwiiu nt
't p 111
Btinr t lumllno for Mnul tit 6 i in
Sltur Mikiilmla for Kiiiitu at o in
MtiiirJim Mukuu for ICtipusi ami lluiiii-
ninulii nt 1 p in
Rktuu S X Custlu, Hubbard, for Sun
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Brig Oonsuclo, MeCiillocli, for San
Francisco nt 10 a in
The brig Consuelo lias Onlslicd load
ing BUgar, and will s.iil to-morrow at
10 a. in. for ban Francisco.
The b irkiMitlue S, N. Castle will sail
for San Francisco nextTkmsday.
The bark Edwin d May is unloading
her cargo at Brewer's Wkaif.
Add the figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7,
8, 9, in any form you please, but
using every one onlv once, to make
100. " W.
A fire started Saturday evening at
7 :30 o'clock in Mr. W. F. Reynolds'
lodging rooms above Medeiro's
tailoring shop, Union street, opposite
the central fire station. It was put
out before the firemen arrived, anil
investigation showed the hand of a
fire bug. The excelsior stuffing of a
muttrass had been pulled out and
The same night at 11 o'clock an
incipient fire was discovered in light
rubbish between packing boxes at
the foot of Maunakea street. This
also needlessly brought out the
brigade with apparatus.
RETURN OF THE PELE.
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion (Jo.'s steamer Pele, Capt. H. H.
Smith, arrived last night, nine days
and eighteen hours from Layson
Island. Hon. G. N. Wilcox and
Capt. Ross were passengers on the
round trip. The Pele luy off the
island nine days. While there she
lost 55 fathom? of chain and one
anchor. The Pele made tho run
hence to the island in four days
and nineteen hours. She only landed
a portion of her cargo owing to the
rough weather, and failed to load
any guano. Air. G. D. Freeth,
manager, stajed at the island.
Friday, Dee. 5.
BEFOUU DOLE, J.
L. Ahlo vs. Pang Yan or Aiau,
and Yuen Quong nn infant. Bill to
cancel a deed. Partly heard and
allowed to stand over. Dec. G,
1890, further heard and continued
until Friday next the 12tli inst. W.
R. Castle for plaintiff; Defendant
Aiau per se ; J. II. Reist, guardian
ad litem of infant.
Saturday, Dec. G.
BEFORE MO'COLLY, J.
Bankruptcy of Aka of Waialua,
Oahu. Petition of L. Ahlo assignee
for examination of bankrupt. Partly
heard and continued until Friday
next the 12th inst. W. R.Castle and
WFrear for petitioner ; J. M. David
son for bankrupt.
BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
In re estate of N. Pelii of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased, intestate.
Petitioners, the administrator's, re
turn of sale of real estate, etc.
Ordered that sale be confirmed and
deed executed. W. R. Castle for
petitioner ; petitioner in person.
Monday, Dec. 8.
BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
In re bankruptcy of Tong Yuen
alias Aiona of Waianae, Oahu. As
signee's petition for examination of
bankrupt. Heard and decision re
served. C. W. Ashford for assignee
Thow Cuoy, J. M. Davidson for
In re bankruptcy of Manuel R.
Jardiuo of Koloa, Kauai. Proof of
claims and election of assignee.
Eight claims proved amounting to
85,122, and C. L. Brito declared
elected assignee to act under 8
bond. J. M. Davidson for petition
ing creditors, no appearance of or
Tuesday, Dec. 9.
mU'OUK JUDD, c. J.
In re bankruptcy of Tong Yueu
alius Aioim. Bankrupt Is examined
under oath concerning certain pro
perty. C. W. Abbford, for cred
itors ; J, M. Davidson, for re
spondent, (ir.joitr. pom:, i
Estate of Houliu (w.), deceased.
'i'Jie Court orders tlie will admitted
in probate. A. Hobu, or petlllouere ;
J, l.JKJuuluUou, for contestants,
LOCAL & QENl'RM. NEWS,
A rittOf tit i70 nofc nt Inliu tit
iViloin Vrttloy U nnbral foi- 1mu8,
TllK 0. It. mill 1. On, nilvnrtlim n
loftnlnr ftflfilil Imln lliny linvp put
mi the Unit.
MwMtM. II. H.Wii.mambv. Co. null
nltoittlnn In llii'ir lint' Mook nt
(tl!0. V. 1)K l.ONO PoM. 0. A. It.,
will linlil its niitiiiul mooting, uluetltig
ulllooiK, tills uvuiiing.
TuUBiuiis of tho tjui'on'a Hospital
will hold tlii'ir BCtiibiuiniinl sobelon
'lliurMlny nl 1L o'clock.
Tun l'riuccss Itogont Liliuokiiliini
is i'.pi-eted fmm Walnlwi Into thu
evening, or early to-morrow.
Tin- llnil.n Km.nr Hninti'iliV will
loltl u tqicciiil mooting nt thu ollircnf
JiiMtlo fc Cooke, 4 o'clock Friday
Tiik l'aiii Pliintnlioii Co. will hold
a Bpociiil muutiug at tlio oillcn of
Ulttlo &. Cooku, II o'clock Friday
A TitANsrosiTioN occurred ill Hit
Hi Ik' Association progr.unini' yester
day, wliicli is corrected in lo-d.iy'a
The Bohemian Club of San Fran
cisco's monument to Tavcrnicr the
artist has been taken to Ntiuanu
The full report of tho football
match between the Punahou and
Ka7zlodazzlo teams appears on the
Mit. L. J. Lkvbv will sell at auc
tion, 10 o'clock Thursday, the stock
of a bankrupt, consisting of cloths,
His Excellency Godfrey Brown,
Minister of Finance, left for Kohala
on the JCinau this afternoon, and
will be back on (he return trip.
The Y. M. C. A. boys aro prepar
ing a programme for a literary and
musical entertainment, to be given
in the Association Hall next Eriday
Mr. F. Hokj, proprietor of the
Pioneer steam candy factory, bakery,
and ice cream parlors, has an at
tractive advertisement for the holi
days in this paper.
The land specified as for sale in
a certain "mortgagee's notice of sale,"
published by Mr. Jas. F. Morgan in
tho Bulletin, bus been withdrawn
until further notice.
The costume worn by Miss Olive
Berkley us Editlm was the one she
wore at tho original production of
the play in London. Facardi the
sculptor made a marble statue of her
as she so appeared, which sold for
450 and is now in the Royal Aca
The Bulletin Weekly Summary
issued to-day is a very intereating
number. It contains full reports of
tho international baseball matches,
tho most ample local news of the
week extant, editorials and corres
pondence on home topics, etc. Se
cure copies for your foreign mail.
Parties wishing to reserve seats at
the office of L. J. Levey for the Ha
waiian Camera Club's lantern slide
exhibition must present their tickets
and coupons to Mr. Levey at the
time of application. The box plan
will be open at Mr. Levey's auction
room to-monow morning at 9 o'clock.
Tickets will be for sale at Benson,
Smith &. Co.V, Hollister & Co.'s, T.
G. TlirmnV, L. J. Levey's and the
Hawaiian News Co.'s.
CAUFURNIAS VS. MOHICANS.
Mr. Dillingham, the Manager of
the Oahu Railway & Laud Co., has
peifected arrangements for a game
of baseball at Pearl City next Fri
day. Tho competing nines will be
a club from from the U. S. S. Mo
hican and the California Club. Bar
rett will pitch for the Mohicans while
Manager Hoogs will place a new
twirler, JRielly, in the box.
A special train will leave this city
at 2:30 and return to Honolulu at
5 o'clock. Tickets for the round
trip, including the game, have been
placed at the moderate sum of 50
It is expected the California will
have harder work than usual to de
feat the "All Honolulus" to-morrow.
The local boys have made up
their minds to wrest one game, if
possible, from the visitors.
There has been a vast improve
ment in the playing of our local
nines since the advent of the Cali
fornias, and especially since the
organization of the "All Honolu
lus," so that a closely contested
game may be expected to-morrow.
The game will be called at 3:30 and
a large attendance is looked for.
Lucas and Chan. Wilder will be
.the battery for the "All Honolulus"
and Leveque and California Ward
for the visitors.
Tl'ksdav, Dec 9.
Tboa. Carpenter was fined $50
and $1 costs for assuulting a polite
olllcer with intent to obsUuct biiu in
the discharge of his duty.
Five Jajjuuese, gaming, were re
manded on account of no suitable
Interpreter being pretent.
Two nutlve boys aud a nutive wo
man and ber two sous were repri
manded and discharged for viola
ting the Jaw of 1888, relating to
Qua Hue of 8 5 was imposed or
Mliiiij; Like IMnying.
Californias Held Down lo Six
All HonolulUB Ply Woll, if
Thy aro White waBhoil.
Report and Sooro of Satur
There was a very fair attendance
at Saturday's match between the
Calilornia and the All Honolulu
nines, on the League Ground. The
weather was favorable, as on every
day of the scries. Speculations on
the prospects of the picked home
nine were of all sorts from the
most sanguine to the most depre
ciatory. Messrs. J. W. Winter and
M. Keohokalole were the umpires,
and Mr. Gardner K. Wilder was the
Features of the hotlie play were
Chan. Wildcr's fine throwing to
bases, Thompson's solid work at
short stop, clean and efficient bat
tery service, and improved team
playing. W. Lucas had the mis
fortune to have his hand trodden on
with the spiked shoejof a Californi:.
player, and had to resign the box to
record of the oame.
1. Honolulu to bat. Chan.
Wilder, strikes; W. Lucas, foul
tip; Parker, at first from Reilly.
Such was the opening egg-race.
Cahill went out at first from
Lucas. Farrell was caught out by
Ludhiwa. Uulen played the bunt
trick, but it would not have worked
if Luahiwa had not slipped ; runner
out at third on Powers' batting.
2. Whitney hit the ball, but did
not reach first. Luahiwa made a
single, got second on a wild throw,
and third on a passed ball. Thomp
son beat.the air, and Carter sent an
aerial messenger to Leveque.
Sharp got to first on a hit that
Luahiwa should have stopped, se
cond on a wild pitch, third on a
passed ball. Reilly eot base on
balls, stole second, third on Le
vcquo's fly to Chandler, which
brought Sharp home, after Creamer
had struck out, and scored on
Ward's first from Thompson's error.
Cahill'was battcried out 2.
3. Chandler and Wodehouse hit
flies to Hulen, and Wilder tipped to
Farrell was obfuscated at first
from Thompson, Hulen tipped to
Wilder, and Powers flew to Carter
0 ; total, 2.
4. Lucas' foul fly was gripped
by Powers; Parker and Whitney
were victims to Reilly's throwing to
Sharp couldn't get to first ahead
of Thompson's throw. Reilly hit a
single, stole second, and was put
out at third by Wilder's quick firing.
Creamer hit a high foul, which
Lucas caught on the run 0; total,
5. Luahiwa fanned the ozone;
Thompson and Carter obliged Far
rell and Sharp with flies.
Leveque started on balls, but a
conjunction between Wilder anil
Whitney earthed him at second.
Ward passed to second and went on
to third on a thrown ball that Parker
should have stopped, and came
home on a base hit by Cahill, whom
Lucas dropped by a throw to Whit
ney. Farrell was well caught by
Chandler 1 ; total, 3.
G. Chandler was thrown out at
first from Creamer, Wodehouse
failed to realize on three balls over
the plate, and Wilder lost the race
to first against Reilly's throw.
Uulen, base on balls, stole second,
was dropped by Wilder to Luahiwa.
Powers, first on Hulen's out, put out
at second on Sharp's balled ball,
and Sharp was dropped at second
while Reilly was waiting to slug the
ball over Uie fence 0 ; total, 3.
7. Lucas, first on muff by Powers,
put out stealing second, when he
might have got borne by waiting for
Parker's three-base hit that imme
diately followed. Whitney and
Luahiwa were deluded by Cahill's
curves, completing the spoliation of
golden prospects. The visitors
should have been tied ibis inning,
instead of which they doubled their
score against the row of goose-eggs.
Reilly made a two-bagger on
Davis' second ball, Lucas Having
had bis hand spiked in bis last run
ning. He cot third on Creamer's
out by Davis between the Mate and
first, and came home on a ball
thrown to fireU Leveque got base
on balls. Ward bit a fly to Whitney ;
Cahill made a single, advancing Le
veque. who got to third on a futile
throw to down Cahill at second, and
both scored on FarreU'b two-baser.
Hulen ended the picnic with a fly to
Whitney 3; total, C.
8. Thompson was scooped up at
first from bis vis-a-vis JieiUr. Car
ter bit a sky-fecraper to Sharp, and
Chandler another of the fcrniie Uj
Pont-ib sent & bouncer !x4weeu
Davis' lege, but Wilder cut him off
btealiug beeom), Sharp and Reilly
bit high, Chandler receiving the
dropu with bl ufeual pelMi-0
B. Vortn1imii Irtl, tnil uol ml
ltillty, wlio tifillwl him nl tltst.
WlM'w, Iwm litt, wont1 on imrxou
1 nil. stale third ft.itlr IVitknr wn
lhlttit& 1wm nn ImlK htlpr Dnvt Iwil
BlKRfwl till nlr tln-oi' Mine. Wl'f
nvsy Rilled tlio lna hope or lorn ituz
nti'v (iffii In tlio bnskot by IiIiMiik
Uie tmll In Unlilll's wny.
'tlio olllotnl store npponrs bnlow :
a. ii. (i. n u. n. a n.
Cnlrtll, n. . . .
Union. Ub ...
Power, lb... i
Sliai p, c f
Hellly, s s . ,
I.evequo, r f...
C 7 27 10 1
A.B. U. II. it. O. A. E.
Wilder, Chan c . .
Luca-. W ., p
v httucy, 2I
I.ttaiiiwa, 3lt ....
Thompson, s s.. .
3 r. o
2 4 0
3 0 2
7 0 0
2 1 1
a a o
1 0 1
4 0 0
0 0 0
3 24 13 4
Score bv innings
California 0200 1030" 0
Honolulus 00000 00000
Two base lilts Reilly.
Three base hits Parker.
Struck out Cahill. Creamer, Wilder,
Dai. Whitney, Luahiwa 2, Thompson,
Hit by pitcher, by Cahill, 1.
,' lid pitclie Lueas. 2.
"Baes mi bill, bv I.ucas, 4.
Passed ballN Ward. 1.
Umpires Winter and Morris.
G. A. R. Notice.
Headquarters, Geo. W. DeI.oxg
Post. ;Xo. 45. Dept. of Cali
fornia, G. A. R.
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1S90.
TIIERE w.ll be a pesial
JL me. ting of ihia 1M
in iw Hall, King sliect,
at ":30 o'clock. A full at
lemlince i5 requested. Elec-
.4 tionof Officers.
1 SEMI-AXXTAI. Meeting of the
t Bojnl of Trustees of the Queen's
Uogpital will be hekl at the Koom of
the Chamber of Commerce, on THURS
DAY XEXT. the 11th hut., atll o'clock
a. m. Per Order,
F A. SCIUEFER,
731 2t Secretary.
A SPECIAL Me tins of the Stock
u -hl,-rs of I'jia Plantation will be
held at the office of a-tle & ool.c.
FRIDAY, December 12, ISaO. at 3
o'clock v. M.
T. . HOKKON.
731 3t ircfYtarv Paia l'laafu.
L'HERE will be a Special Meeting of
the Stockholders of the Haiku
Sugar Co. at the office of Castle &
Cooke on FRIDAY, tne ISth inst . at 4
o'clock p. M A full attendance is de
sired. J. B. ATUERTOX,
Honolulu, Dec 9, 1S90. 731 4t
a "pil AT Tract of Land sitnat-&-
ed at Palolo Valley, and
ESS2SB Coni-ting of 170 acres more
or les-T until n-cenuy under lease to the
late Phiilip VHton, and belonging to
the estate of CUa. I ong. deceased. A
lease for a term of years will be jriven,
as well a immediate possession if de
sired. The land is substantially fenced.
For particulars, apply to
Or J. F. Colburn.
Honolulu, Dec 0. 1890. 731 2w
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N.'-fK? l- ft
From and after this date, a Regular
Freight Train will leave Honolulu for
Honouliuli ami way Stations, Every
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock a. ji.
Hereafter no Freight will be
received for shipment, by P.-enger
Trains, except by specLd arrange
ment. OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. G. Ashley, Supt
Honolulu, Dee. 0, 1S90. 730 ltn
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more couiiiiodiout quarteri' at
IVo. 29 JF01irJL, fts'A'lifcil-rJF,
(Near the Custom Uouse)
We 4re now prepared to f urait-b at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the fellowing High Clae. Aerated Beverage :
Plain, M, LeffloiL Merry er Cm Mi
Sarsaparilla, SareapariJla fe Iron Water, and Crab
Ueing exrluMtel the Hi'A'JT l'UitE WA'JElt JsysT-EfcJ,
HpLUSTEB & CO.,
3MIT MWKKintj $ ?
Antitlnn Rules by James F. Korfian.
Credit Auction Sale!
lt onlv of Miasm. T. u. 1UVUCS Jfc
On , 1 will sell nt Public. Miction. mi
n lllniiil credit to thrtrmli'.
On WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
December 10th and 11th,
Oommcodfie t 10 O'clock A. M. Etch DJ,
A Inrge and varied assortment of
Cottons A Denims,
Xcw assortment of
f tip & Saucers, Plates,
Howls, Etc, Etc Also,
Bine Mottled Soaps, Etc, Etc
TI;RMH at SALE.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
729 4t Auctioneer.
ffeffli ftjpir Gins!
1 have jnt received a large assortment
of "New Goods suitable for weddinc and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
In all styles and qualities;
In the newest pal terns;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Silk i Linen,
Fancy To vK
Fancy I j-.. Cloth in sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all sizes with .Kaplans to match
design, etc, etc, etc
rss- These Goods are all imported by
me direct from the mar.nfactnrers and
are guaranteed To give satisfaction to
720 tf XV. C SPROLLL.
1IES & CO.,
No. 92 FORT ST.,
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kind; Brooches,
Earring, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lace and Scarf rinsv Blags,
Ladies' and Genu' Gold and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Xative Jewelry, C3ocl.,
Silverware, Gold Headed Cases,
Etc, Etc, Etc
Price within the reach
of all. Give us a calL T2S lm
t'EaS: street. L
"OCSE and Lot on Lulha
street faring School
t"EsS5 street. Lot has about tOxt-
frontagi by 100 ft. deep; the bouse con
tains 4 rooms. kitchenand dining-room;
good location. AppH- to
J. M. CAMARA, Jit.,
Real Eetate & General Agent, Sjiree
kels' Block, Room So. 10. 733 lw
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C TRADE J
New Goods !
MESSRS. KING BROS.
AUK MOW l'HKlHKl TO SHOW THE VKItY UEST AS80KT
MKX1 OF ITHUCATtONS IX
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Elc, Etc.
AW. a c1k4c line of
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
For tbopc desiring Hawaiian Subject, they have to ofler
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS I
By Jules Tevcrnicr, Jos. I). Strong, D. Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Barntield
and others, beside a great variety by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who has
produced the finest Christmas Cards of a Hawaiian Nature ever offered to
the public of Honolulu.
Among other thing, they have to offer a vary choice line of
LADIES' & CENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, Pocket Book, Cigar Cases, Cigarette Cases,
Letter Books, Bill Books, Card Cases, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc.
Also, a very tine line of
JPIwasIx Groods, DPliuslx Goeds,
Toilet Sets, Manacure Sets, Shaving Sets, Jewel Cases,
Glove, Handkerchief &. Color Boxes, Work Boxes, Etc., Etc.
A very fine assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitable for Christmas presents. They have
Over 2S0 Vanelies of Iodides for Picture Frames,
Which they are making np cheaper than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatlv reduced prices.
PARLOR EASELS, in Oak, Cherry, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of aU kinds, in Kbonv, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great variety at lowest prices.
Remember! There is nothinc better than a well-selected Picture
to offer as a Christmas present, and KING BROS, is the placo to go for tho
best. 725 ltn
MOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional f oa
lure of Insurance goes with, every Bead.
The following are a few of the lnanv attractive forms offered bv 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.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the JVexe Tori San, April itht 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Furrx
Miujox Doixaes. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance jbr tluc. year and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
SInfortation cheerfully furm.hed to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of theTJ. S. Jan-1-96
E G-A3NT S i GTJTST 1ST
Kins' Stx-oct Near ITort,
(Xext to H. E. Melntyre's)
HaiiiReiYTeipinIj Will Open on MONDAY, Hoy. 24tb,
WITH A CHOICE LINE OF
Dry & Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Etc
0 NEW GOODS jost received in all departments ex-bark "W. B.
Godfrey" and S. S. Australia."
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
iVl IVJETV YJ3AJK.
6r EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS fc CO.,
70G tf No. 53 Poet tttroot
Tuleiuiwit, No. IVis-
Ghas. Hustace, King Street.
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"IauuAu lilwk," jJMtriy uyyUi Um; tjd fitd,iui4 l&VWg dh)Mai
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fauiM. M he mmj' Mwd Ml M l)m4 Ui n M tA PUr
imm mi s may u m ?&,)' <f b to M"1f njftf to
New Goods !
V, O, Box 372,