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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Tit TnUi I'.lWt Oclotirr sM. twin
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Lnhc Honolulu.. l!:K 8 MO 1 tlfi h'.int
Afrivi-Honoullull. 7:V( MU a :-! fii.'lfit
Loavc Honouliull. 7:!10 10:fil iliM r,M
Atnvo Honolulu.. ft:'.l.J llxm tifiii G;G01
. .SiUimliiys only
Bktiio Dlscovorv, 'pNc11, 2 days
from Sun Vrnuclscu
Slim- Cluiiilhio for Maul at b p m
Mtmr.las Mukcc for Knpaa iiud Haua-
niaulu nt 4 ) in
Sclir Surah & Eliza for Koolau
Sclir Luka for Kohula
Stmr Kunhi for Kihuiuu and Ilntmlcl at
4 p m
Sehr Lihollho for Ilnnnpcpc at 5 p in
For Maul aud Hawaii pcrstnir Klunu.
Deo 9 For Volcano: A Fowler uiul
wife. R Newman, AIlss Widilllleld,
Mlns llclcn Wilder and soivant and Mr
Frlcot. Knr way ports: 1) Porter. Dr
O II Wctinorc, A V lleydiniann, wife,
child anil servant, Ills Ex Godfrey
Brown. Hon V H Irwin, lion J K lloo
kano, Ohas Wilcox, J Kenton, A Gar-tenbui-f?,
K Laugu, E W Uarnard and
wife, G Williams, Levi I Kalnina, wife
aud family. L Aseu. Wilder Vlglit,llou
W II Cornwell, Mrs Ilergstroin, Mrs
Alajriilrc aud about 40 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Dec 0
II' H Wilcox, Capt Ahlboru.G Mali
liu, Mr Schrleder, C L Brito, apt
Bates, W V Lookwood, W E II Deverill,
4 Chinese aud 50 deck.
From San Francisco per Discovery,
Dec 10 Mr Day and wife, Mr Kowo
and niece, Charles AJycr, and 11 A
War to d
The bktuo Discovery, Capt McNeill,
arrived this morning 21) daysjfrom San
Francisco. Sho brought '2U head of
mules and a cargo of general meiohtui
dise. Had rough weather the entire
The sailing of the brig Consuelo is
The stmr Pele is loading coal for the
Brit S S Strathclyde which will probably
proceed on her way Friday.
GERTZ In Honolulu, Dec 0th, to tho
wifo of Frank Gertz, a daughter.
GERTZ-In Ookala, Hawaii, Dee. 1st,
to tho wifo of C. Gertz, a daughter.
HUTCII1NGS-In Honolulu, Dec. 8, to
the wife of James Ilutcliings, a son.
THE LANTERN EXHIBITION.
The Camera Club tried the lan
tern slides in the Opera House yes
terday evening lor their exhibition
of to-morrow evening. Many new
Hawaiian views will be shown, but
half of the exhibition will consist of
views in Palestine, Rome, Paris,
Boston, and utlier foreign parts.
Interiors of the Coliseum, St. Pe
ter's, Notre Dame, art galleries, etc.,
are vividly thrown on the canvas.
A marvellous optical illusion of a
kaleidoscopic sort will be introduced
with "Pau." Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Brown will conduct interludes of
vocal music, while Profs. Herold and
Yarndloy will play soft symphonies
on the piano and violin during the
exhibition. Miss Le Count will also
assist with mandolin solos. Mr.
Geo. W. Smith will explain the
views as they appear. It should be
remembered that the exhibition will
be for tho benefit of the Sailors'
Home, For tickets and reserved
seats see advertisement.
On next Saturday the Californias
will play tho last game of tho series
with the "New Hawails." Captain
Morris Keohokalole of the Hawaiis
will handle the new nine, which is
intended to be an improvement on
The final game is expected to be
ono of tho best of the season and a
largo attendanqe is expected. The
names and batting order of the New
Hawaiis will be as follows:
Pryce Short Stop
Lawelawe Right fielder
Mahuka 1st Baseman
Pahau. ...Center fielder & Catcher
Catcher & Centre fielder
Keohokalolo 2d' Baseman
Davis Loft fielder & Pitcher
Luahiwa 3rd Baseman
Meek Pitcher & Left Holder
The chief industry of Zanzibar
and Pemba ia clove growing. Tho
tree was introduced in 1830, and tho
harvest of tho present year is ex
pected to bo 13,000,000 pounds, a,
li'fi average local valuo of ten cents
a pound. A ten-year old tree is
capable of ylcldipg twenty pounds
of cloves; trees of 20 years often
yield upwards of 100 pounds.
An experimental sale of sulphurio
acid, manufactured at the Osaka
Sulphuric Acid Works, having been
made in Hawaii through tho Japa
nese Consul there, the latter has re
ported to tho Government thut acid
of American manufacture Is Bold at
such low prices that there is littlo
hope for the Japanese product In
competition with it. Japan Gazutto.
OiffiMAMB, C0e "X.ll VOfkfllllPIl" in
till pnM r,
A .l.s'(it,H Rnutli'innit wnttls n mnll
furit Mi imI rnlttigii.
Till) Queen's llnpit.d TillMocs
will iiuhjI at H o'clock lo-mniiuw.
A ftMWl.HMu.VT with latest foreign
news I iestiod Willi to-day's Hm.i.it
Tins monthly mooting of tho Myr
tle Boat. Club wilt be hold this even
ing. Alt Ta: Sou bus bought In Koon
liiin'n interest in a ilcn pliititntion ut
A ukw watch chili is aumiunri'd
by Mr. A. .1. Sehioibor, under the
Tub enntoniors Imvo turupcd Fort
street, cli'.iring oil' tho mud worked
up by the Into sUirni.
Tun credit sulo by Mr. Morgan for
Messrs. Tlico. II. Da vies it Co. will
bo continued to-morrow.
Tun monthly meeting of tho Uca
lani Boat Club is postponed from to
night until lo-moirow night.
The P. M. S.S. Oo.'s finest stoamer,
"China," will sail hence for Yoko
hama aud Hongkong on or about
A mketino will be held nt Odd Fel
lows' Hall, Thursday evening, to
organize an Assembly of tho Knight?
An account of tho total loss of the
British yacht. Nynnzsi, that visited
Honolulu in 1888-89, will be found
on the fourth page.
The child on Vineyard street a
girl and not a boy as previously re
ported is much better and the
trouble is now declared not to be
Tub New Model Lunch Room,
Bethel street, keeps open all night,
anil after Dec. 12 will have fresh
oysters anil game in their seasons by
The Road Board of Mukawao now
consists of C. H. Dickey, L. A. An
drews and II. von Tempsky, the IubI
nnnied in place of A. von Graeve
Ladies in search of holiday goods
should call at N. S. Sachs' store,
where they will find an immense as
sort ment of novelties, suitable for
The annual meeting of Geo. W.
do Long Post, G. A. It., was post
poned last night for a week, owing to
the absence of some prominent veter
ans on account of weather.
Those who have been present re
port tho rehearsals of tho Kameha
meha Glee Club have been extra
good, and predict a successful hit for
the boys next Monday evening.
Akteii Olive Berkley finishes her
visit to tho islands, sho will make a
tour of Mexico playing Fauntleroy,
after which she will retire from the
stage to complete her education.
The building committee of the
Sailors' Home lias raised the prizes
for plans from $100 to $200 for first
and from $25 t" $50 for second, and
extended the time to Feb. 1, 1891.
Very high winds have prevailed
for forty-eight hours. Heavy rains
accompanied by thunder and light
ning fell night before lust. Tho night
teniperatuio lias been low.
The Board of Agricultural Com
missioners for North and South Kona
now counts of W. Muller, D. H.
Nahinu and Thos. Aiu, tho last
named in place of J. 1. Kahalewai,
Through tho kindness of friends,
tho Y. M. C. A. Boys feel sure of
giving ii very pleasant entertainment
on next Friday evening in tho Asso
ciation Hall. Tho programme will
bo ready to publish to-morrow, and
will contain ono or two specially
' m .i ! i
Next Friday afternoon at 2:15
o'clock the O. It. fc L. Co. will dis
patch a special train to Pearl City
for tho baseball game to be played at
that placo. The game will be played
between tho U. S. S. Mohicans and
tho Californias. Tho faro for the
round trip has been placed at 50
AVedncsuat, Dec. 20.
Five Japanese were tried for gam
bling in the upstairs of Hamada's
restaurant on Maunakea street.
Iwamura, Yamano and Kurnura were
found guilty and fined 820 and 81.
20 costs each. Mr. J. L. Kaulukou
for defendants noted an appeal.
Six fines of $5 each and two for
feits of $6 each were recorded for
NATIVE FOUND DROWNED.
The body of a middle-aged native
mau was found floating in Brewer's
dock at noon to-day. It was taken
to the Polico Station and Marshal
Hopkins immediately detailed qn
otllce'r to summon a coroner's jury.
Blood was running from a wound
between the dead man's eyes, which
suggests that ho may have boon
killed by striking something on fall
ing into the water.
After some difference of opinion
as to his identity, tho man was
found to ho Naihe, who lived on
Emma street and loaves u widow.
Ho was a kcopcr of relics and maker
of kahilis at tho Paluco. Indications
are that the body had not been in
tho water longor than since some
time yesterday. Nuluo was a hard
A NATURAL RESULT.
"From tititsltlo pt'oplo, linwptcr,
It l limited that, In vimvof llin lct
that the liquor Irullln ihhiiiiiIiiu Miuh
ttn'at proportion In Alnikn, (npiln
TvllOWltis, llif Preslili'iit of Pnelflr
Slt'iini WlmlltiK Company, IhvmiiH
peremptory Itistnirllum to nil thn
company's unptnitis not lo inll at
Honolulu, Once lliey leave this
port the whalers are lo prot'rod di
rect on the whaling erulso, and nro
to klup at no point where a stock of
liquor could be hud in. Tin- com
pany has always been opposed to
liquor tralllu, but it has bcctnmuil
ed and never denied that every
whaler that went Into the Arctic
during the past season was well
slocked with rum and whisky,
which they accural at Honolulu.
The liquor Is used for trading pur
poses with the Indians, and it is
said that the whalers always fare
well by the bargain. An iinnicns.0
quantity of the vile stuff was taken
to the Arctic last year, but as the
Indians had very little to sell their
was not much market for tho nun
this time. As the rum could not be
got rid of in barter and as the whal
ers could not bring It back into port
it was haiided over to the Indian
chiefs, who arc to act as agents for
the captains of whalers and dole the
liquor out lo the Esquimaux in ex
change for bear, fox and deer skins.
In tact it is estimated that when the
whalers loft the Arctic they left
5000 gallons of tho worst spirits
ever distilled to be disposed of in
this manner. S. F. Alta, Nov. 22,
,- DY a single g. utlutnnn a
iVfSra J Small Furnished Cot
&!S tago. Address "N." this
'piIE regular monthly meeting of the
1 ilvrtle Boat Club will be held
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, nt 7:30
o'clock sharp, at the Club house. All
mcnibcis am requested to be pre.-ent.as
business of importance will come before
W. T. MONSAKKAT,
732 It Secretary.
A MET TING wil be held at Odd
Fellows' Hall, at 7 :30 o'clock p.
M,ou THITSRDAY, December 11th,
for the purpose of forming a Local La
bor Assembly. Any person of good
moral character over 18 years engaged
in any trade or calling i eligible to be
come a member, with the exception of
lawyers, bankers, stockbrokers, profes
sional gamblers, professional politi
cians, or persons engaged in any way in
tho liquor business. Visiting and- resi
dent members of the K. of L. are cor
dially invited to attend.
732 2t J. E. SHEAHAN.
A SEMI-ANNUAL Meeting of tbo
r Board of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will be held at the Koom of
the Chamber of Comnieice, on T11UUS
DAY NEXT, the lltb inst., atll o'clock
a. m. Per Order.
F. A. SCI1AEFEK,
731 2t Secretary.
A SPECIAL Meeting of tho Stock
holders of Paia Plantation will bo
he'd at the office of i astle & Conke,
FKIDAY, December 12, 181)0, at a
o'clock p. m.
T. V. HOBROtf,
731 3t Secretary Paia Plaut'n.
J'HEnE will be a Special Vcoting of
I tho Stockholders of the Haiku
Sugar Co. at the office of Castle-&
Cooke on FRIDAY, tno ISth inst , at 4
o'clock p. m A full attendance is de
sired. J U. ATHERTO.V,
Honolulu, Dec. 0, 1890. 731 4t
T HAVE bought out tho Interest of In
1 Koon Lau, in tho Arm of Kwong
Ylng Wai Co., hitherto carrying on a
rice plantation at Waiaholu, Koolau,
Island of Oahu. All his cl ilrus will bo
settled by In Koon Lan.
732 3t AU TAI SOU.
New Model- Lunch Room,
Open. Vlt iviuae I
Having fitted up tho uppor floor of
our promises as first-class lunch
room, wo aro prepared to furnish
meals of tho best tho market ufi'ords ;
cooked to suit your taste. After tho
next steamer, December 12lh, wo
will have constantly on hand Frozen
Oysters, Game, Eto., Etc., in their
tfTEntrance by stop, mauka of
Hoping that you will givo us a
call wo aro respectfully yours.
NOTICE to AIU'IILTEOTS !
G. ROUND and Elevation Plans for a
Sailors' Home building to bo
eicotcd on the site S E. corner of Ala
kea and llalckaiiila streets, 132 ft. on
Alakoa street, mid 90 ft, fronltiire res
pectively, are asked for, to bo handed I
Hi to tno uuuoKlgneu on or uetoro Feb
ruary 1, 1891.
A prize of 8200 will bo awaided for
the best plan and a priz of 850 for tho
second best plan submitted.
Cfefir For particulars apply to
S, M. DAMON,
720 td Committee,
rPHE ONLY PAPER read by all ,
1 clutch -Tho Dally Ihillmin." 60 i
cuuU per niuutli.
Watches For All !
OH A ttl.MCI.r fAVMBST Or
WIM. oivn A -
Mil Boss' HIM Cases.
These Chsi's iite Ih'1 biel 111 the
maiUi'l; are gunrnnteed In be made
of I wo Plate of 14 Carat Gold, with
1'l.itu CtMiipnsltimi between, and writ
ten :iittriiiifpt from the factory. Full
J-Wi'llcd Waltham Movement, gua
ran'eed to keep line lime.
Th-M Wateho are preferable tn
uold witches, because liie capes are
siiir. and perfectly safe foi the move
ment. gj&F" Kwn member gets his watch
within 15 weeks. Call and see our
watches. His a fine opportunity to
get a cheap aud fine watch in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO.
A. J. SCIIHEIllER,
Hotel si., under tho "Arlington."
For Yokoliama & HoDgkous
The Pacific Mall S. S. Co.' Finctt
Will sail for the above port on or
CJT"For freight or passage apply to
H. MACKFELD & CO.,
732 td Acents.
At Pearl City !
On "FRIDAY, Dec. 12.
A MATi II U ME OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
("Organized in Snn Francisco by Mr.
Frank L Hoousand Is composed of the
very best of li.ise Hall Players especially
selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
AND THi: CLUll OF THE
U. S. S. l Mohican."
rT The IJasn Thill Train will loive
Honolulu at 2:30 o'clock P. si., and re
turn to Honolulu nt 5 o'clock i m.
Tickets for Hound Trip including tho
Base Ball Game:
From and after this datu, a Uegular
Freight Train will leavo Honolulu for
Honouliuli and way Stations, Evkiiy
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock A. M.
Hereafter no Froielit will bo
received for Bhipmont, by Pushenger
Trains, excopt by special arrange
ment. OAHU HAILWAY & LAND CO.,
V. G. Amii.ey, Supt.
Honolulu, Dec. 0, 181)0. 730 lm
ii II (5 IT $813 1 I
PiMC PULL 1
. -. - -a. - - (llt - iTT i iflisii
Having removed our SODA WORKS to inoro cominodioun quarters at
No. 39 PORT WTl-tliSHlT,
Wo aro now proparcd to furnish at
of tho following High
Sarsaparilla, Sareaparilla & Iron "Water, and Grab
Ur-ing exclusively tho UYATT PURR WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & COa,
e OUT STUUMT, : : : : i ; UONOUULl).
Auction Salr by James F. Morgan,
Credit Auction Sale!
H aider of MnSMin. T. I!. DAVIIW A
i'n , I will roll nt Public Auction, on
a liberal credit to Hie trade,
TO-AIOIIKOW, Doe. IMli,
AT III O'CMXill A. .11..
A Inrgo ntid varied asinilmeiit of
Cottons & Denims,
Now assortments of
flips & Saucers, Plates,
Howls, Etc., Etc. Also,
Ilhiu Mottled Soaps, Eto , Eto.
tjkkiim nt ham:.
,T.S. F. MORGAN,
72'J tt Auctioneer.
Well Holai Gifts!
I have just received a large assortment
of New Goods suitable for wedding and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
In all styles and qualities;
In the newest patterns;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & I.Iihmi,
Fancy Linen Cloth in set,
DdmricK. Table Cloths,
In all sizes wiih Napkins to match
design, etc., etc., etc.
ppr These Goods are all Imported by
me direct from tho manufacturers and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf W. C. SPIIOUL, L.
No. 92 FORT ST,
Are now showing a Largo New
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lace and Scarf -Pins, Kings,
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clock',
Silvcrwaro, Gold Headed Canes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I" Prices within the reach
of all. Give us a call. 728 1m
I 'HAT Tract of Land situat
ed at Palolo Valley, and
Consisting of 170 acres, more
or less, until recently under lease to the
late Phillip Milton, and belonging to
the estate of Chan, hong, deceased. A
lease for a term of years will bo given,
as well as immediate possession If do
sired. Thn laud is substantially fenced.
For particulars, apply to
Or J. F. Colburn.
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1890. 781 2w
short notice, and of prime quality, any
Class Aerated Beverages:
f trade: J
Lemon, strawlnrrr or Cream Soda
New Goods ! New floods !
MESSRS. KING BROS.
AllE MOW lMtKPAKKI) TO SHOW THE VKIIY I1KBT A880UT
MEM OF I'UHLtOATlONr! IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a choice linw of
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
For IIiok' desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they have to oiler
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS !
By Jules Tevernier, Jos. D. Strong, D. Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Uarnfleld
and others, beside a great variety by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who lias
produced tho finest Christmas Cards of a Hawaiian Nature ever offered to
the public of Honolulu.
Among other things, thoy have to offer a very choice line of
LADIES' & GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Cigarette Cases,
- Letter Books, Bill Books, Card Cases, Hand Barb, Etc., Etc.
Also, a very lino line of
JPlwtsli GS-oodLis, IPIulsIi Goeds,
Toilet Sets, Manacure Sets, Shaving Sets, Jewel Cases,
Qlovo, Handkerchief & Color Boxes, Work Boxes, Etc., Etc.
A very fine assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitablo for Christinas presents. Thoy have
Over 250 VariGtiss of Ionllim for Picture Frames,
Which thoy are making up cheaper than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatly reduced prices.
PARLOR EASELS, in Oak, Cherry, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc. '
WINDOW POLE CORK ICES, in greut variety at lowest prices.
gj& Remember I There is nothing better than a well-selected Picture
to oiler as a Christmas present, and KINO BROS, is tho place to go for tho
best. 725 lm
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by 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 LrFE POLICIES."
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, -and its
(From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fott
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
jRayinformation cheerfully f urnt med to any who will write to or call
upon the undcrsignod at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1CHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-CC
EGA k GUNN
KJuj Htvol Near Fort,
(Next to H. E. Mclntyre's)
Having Removed Temporarily Will Open on MONDAY, Nov. 24tb,
WITH A CHOICE LINE OF
Dry & Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Etc
gJ0 NEW GOODS just received in all departments ox-barlc "W. B.
Godfrey" and "S. S. Australia."
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
2 g 0 FAT COKN-JFKD 5 0
1ST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Telephones, No. 111).-
Chas. Hustace, King Street.
Having leased the stoics in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln lilook," nearly opposite tho old stand, and having disposed
of Hint portion of my stock damaged by the lato fire, aud being
in receipt of New Goods per lust steamer, and more ou tbo way, I
am prepared to till all orders as before, Thanking tho publlo for
the liherul patronage bestowed ou me for tho past seven yours, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit u continuance of tho
fame. At the now stand shall bo pleased to see all my old cue
toiners, ami as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
cull, lbhind orders solicited and faithfully executed.
No. OS Fort Utreot
-P. O. Box 372.
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