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THE KIG'S TRIP. Y. M. C. A. HALL
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COT AI)MKSION'-1)nii Clrclp. ftn-
AnolLon Sales by James t Morfian,
AUCTION SALE OF
B O OK S !
On 8ATUHDAY, Due. Jth,
Titos. Aht, Y.tt , has litis tiny boon
Appointed Commissioner of Agricul
ture lor the Districts of North and
South Koiiu, Island of Huwull, vice
J. V. lCuhulewnt, resignrd.
The Board now consists of .
W. MULLER, Chairman;
1). H. NAHINU,
C. X. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 9, 1890.
R. von Tcmpsky, Esq., 1ms this tiny
teen appointed n inember of the
Rontl Boaid of the District of Maka
wao, Island of Maui, vice A. on
The Board now consists us follows
C. II. DICKEY, Chairman;
L. A. ANDREWS,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 9, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes ate from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 0 o'clock
Cuas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1890.
THE LAST GAME.
To bo Preceded by Athletic MportH.
The last game of baseball will be
played to-morrow afternoon between
the Californias and the "New Ha
waiis." The game will be closelj
contested. The "New Ilawaiis"
express themselves as determined,
if possible, to win this last game.
In addition to the regular
game, Manager Frank Hoogs has
arranged for a splendid athletic
programme, which will be commenc
ed at 2:15 p. m. The programme
of sports will be as follows :
1. Long distance throwing
George Sharp and James Reilly.
2. Seventy-five yards running
race "Win. Fariell, George Sharp
and James Reilly.
3. Jumping Lynn, Ward and.
4. Running race, distance 100
yards, between James L. Torbert,
of the Pacific Hardware Co., and
Win. Farrell, of the California
The event of the afternoon is ex
pected to be the above race. Every
body will take an interest in this
race, as Torbert has a good record
and will piove a haul man to beat.
If Farrell wins, he will have to
"play ball" very lively. Manager
Hoogs expects to have the St. Louis
College band tn attendance.
A SEASON 0F OPERA.
Mr. L. J. Levey has concluded
arrangements with Mr. W. H. Ha
milton, favorably known in Hono
lulu, for production here of a series
of operatic performances, which
will begin about the niddle of Feb
The company and chorus arc well
selected and comprise first class
artists now playing in San Francisco.
The repertoire will consist of the
following: Bohemian Girl, Martha,
Maritana, II Trovatorc, Yeoman of
the Guard, Gondoliers, Ruddigorc,
Mascot and Olivetto.
NEW STEAMER LINE.
Tbo San Francisco Chronicle has
the following item, which, appearing
subsequent to the giving up of the
Strathearn, is a little strange:
"The British steamers Strathclyde
and Strathearn are both due here
from Java with loige cargoes of
sugar. There is every probability
of their being employed in the trade
between Honolulu, Ililo and San
Francisco during the coming sugar
FnoiKN oysters, quail & Frankfort
sausages. At the New Model. Open
Hawaiian Lodge No.
M. meets this evening,
21 F. & A.
Work in the
The California Fruit Market has
a full lino of refrigorutor goods by
Hon. O. J. McOahtjiv came home
on the Australia looking robust and
bppy, Ho left hit mother much
Improved i iicialtb,
Oil Mill Bay.
Lios Off Till Thursday and
Ill 3I0ety In Accorded n Bill limit
.nnl nud Military Itccepllon.
MEMORANDUM OK THE
At sea, Saturday, Nov.
10 a. in.
Admiral Blown has just informed
us that he hopes to sight the City
of Rio Janeiro any time after 12 in.
to-day, and should he sight her be
fore dark he will send a boat off to
her, with any letters we may wish
to forward to Honolulu, as well as
to get the latest 'Frisco papers.
1st day out, had pleasant light
weather, light southerly wind,
smooth sea, with occasional long
northerly swells, steaming about
9 knots. The Admiral gave up his
stateroom to the King, and occupied
at night a comfortable improvised
bed in his sitting room ; the Cham
berlain occupied Lieut. Stoney's
stateroom, and Col. Baker, au im
provised room in the library, in the
after part of the ship. The King,
Chamberlain and Col. Baker took
their meals throughout the voyage
with the Admiral and Captain in the
Admiral's dining room.
2nd day. Fine weather, smooth
sea, steaming average of ten knots.
There is marked improvement in the
King's condition. He slept the en
tire nigtit through and his appetite
has returned to him. He is now
eating heartily at each meal. The
daj- was passed in quiet reading and
walking exercise on deck King and
staff with Admiral attending evening
quarters and prayer by the Chaplain
on deck. Band plays on quarter
deck at morning meal and dinner.
3d day. Beautiful weather, light
southeast wind, smooth sea. King's
condition improving. Thanksgiving
dinner on board. Cattle, sheep,
turkeys, etc., sent on board as hoo-
kupu to the King, were killed and
distributed to the crew for their
4th day. Hawaiian Independence
Day fine weather, smooth sea.
Band played special selections in
morning on deck. General quarters
and drill aboard before the King. In
the evening full dress dinner given
by the wardroom ofllcers, to the
King and suite, to Admiral Blown
and staff. Dinner followed by whist
party in waid room in the evening.
5th day. Smooth sea, cooler
weather, northwest wind. Marked
improvement in King's health. Ad
miral gave orders to keep close look
out for steamer City of Rio Janeiro,
intending to lower a boat and board
her, to exchange Honolulu and
'Frisco papers, and to send mail bag
to Honolulu. Everybody wrote
letters, and mail was prepared, but
we failed to sight the steamer befoie
nightfall she must have passed to
northward of us.
u'th day, Sunday. Weather fine
and smooth sea. Divine service held
iorwaru 'tween uecus at ii a. m.,
King and suite and Admiral and
staff and ollicers with crew attend
ing, sermon preached by the Chap
lain. Evening prayers on deck.
7th day. Beautiful day with cool
northwest breeze and very smooth
sea, steaming thirteen knots, the
ocean as quiet us a lake. General
drill on deck and gun practice be
fore the King. Whist party in the
ward room in the evening, King at
tending. King's health much im
proved. 8th day. Fresh southeast wind,
sea increasing, everybody engaged
letter writing all day, as ship ex
pected to arrive in port next after
noon when mails would be forward
ed overland. Wind increased dur
ing night to half a gale with rain
and heavy sea, ship rolling consider
ably. 9th day. Heavy southerly gale,
seas running very high. Reached
Farallons about 1 p. m. Evidences
of bar breaking, and ship put about
for the night. Next morning gale
moderated, took pilot and crossed
the bar in safety about noon. Ves
sel behaved splendidly during the
storm and in crossing the bar.
Dropped anchor about 2 o'clock.
Fort Alcatraz filed royal salute of
21 guns while the Charleston was
passing the fort. U. S. S. Swa
tara received us at anchorage with
manned yards and a salute of 21
guns. At i p. m. the Kiim landed
under salutes from the Swatara and
Charleston, Admiral Brown accom
panying. General Gibbons received
the Royal party olllcially, at the
wharf, when tho King, Chamberlain,
General Gibbons and Admiral
Rrown, occupying a cairlage drawn
by four horses under cuvaliy escort,
drove to the Palace Hotel.
A SECOND.IIAND Callgrnph Writ
lug Machine. For puitlttiluu
pply unutr "JJ. L.," at this olllce,
Entortolnmonl wllh Refresh
y. tn. C. A. BOYS,
Friday Brail, Due. lltli,
AT 7:0 O'OMIt'U.
Admission, 60 cents.
ren under 12 years, 25 cents.
AWAIIAN Council No. 080, Ame
rican Legion of Honor, meets
nils fPildav") EVENING, at 7!30
iclock. ut lliinuouj Unll, King street.
7AI n Secretuiy.
HPHERE will be a Special Meeting of
1 the Stockholders of the Haiku
Sugar Co. at the office of Castle &
Cooke on FRIDAY, tne liith hist , at 4
o'clock v. m A full attendance Is de-
slied. J. IJ. ATUEHTON,
Honolulu, Dec. !), 1800. "31 4t
Hawaiian lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.
rrwtEUK will bu a meeting of Ha.
1 wnlliiu Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M.,
ul Its Hall, corner of Foil and Queen
mi rots, THIS (Friday) EVENING, at
7:30 o'clock, for
Work in tho 1st Degree.
Jlemlitrs of Lodge lu Progrcs and all
sojourning Bictbrcu are fiaternnlly la
vitetl lo be present.
Hy order of the W. M.-.
T. C. PORTER,
734 It Secretary.
TIIAVE nought out the Interest of In
Koou Lau, In the firm of Huong
Ylng Will Co., hitheito eairylng on a
rice plantation at Waialiolo, Koolau,
Island of Oiilm. All his claims will be
settled by Iu Hoon Lau.
732 3t AU TAI SOU.
NOTICE Is beieby given that Ng Ah
On, of Honolulu, has tbls day
purchased from Ah Young all bis in
terest in the goucial meichandie store,
situated on Liliha htieet, Honolulu,
Island of Oahu; the said Jfg Ah On
will not be responsible for any bills
against Ah Young from this date.
XG AH OX.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1890. 734 Gt
NOTICE is beieby gheu that Cbong
Guin is no longer a manager
(from this day) in the business of
Huong Took Tal, of Hanalei, Kauai,
(stigai planters and store keepers), and
Sir. Cbong Game will bu the new ap
pointed manager fioin date, and be is
the only one u bo is autboi ized to sign
the 111 m name.
KWOXG FOOK YUEX.
Ilouoluhl, Dec. 2, lfeOO. 725 2w
BY a single e;entleman a
Small- Furnished Cot-
Carriage Iiorsiss For Sale 1
HAVE for sale at
Kualoa Ranch, 8
Young Horses and
Mares, of the best
bleeds, recently bro
Apply soon by mall or
ken to harness,
othei wise to
CHARLES II. JUDD,
At Kualoa, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
December 8, 1890 7.W lm
fur "3. S, Auslialia,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOIm, Proprietor.
FOll SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Htuamsliip
Will have Honolulu for the above
Friday, Dec. 19th,
For Frelfc'hl or PiiBgit, apply to
Wm. O. JKWIN & CO., L'd,
7t lw AtfUitc,
AT l OTlillfK XOOX,
1 will sell nt Public Aticllon, ul my
Salesroom, Quetn struct, the library
of Hon. E Mullcr, comprising au us
Vols, of tho Pootical Works
Of Rov. E. Schneider.
And at tho same time will bo Bold
a lot of
Vlil-Itli. Ucrrx, i:ic, i:t-.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
J3S 2t Auctioneer.
On Tuesday Evening, Dec, 16,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, a large and
varied assortment of
Suitable for the holidays, and com
prising works of the follow
J. Fonlmoro Cooper's Works,
Gcorgo Eliot's Works,
Pootical Works of Longtollow,
Tennyson, Whittlor, and Others.
And a large assortment of
Children's Books !
Linen Table Cloths & Napkins,
Linen Towels, Dress Patterns,
Umbrellab & Parasols, Shawls,
An assortment of
I2llpf' JEtc, Etc.
US?" All to be sold regardless of
price to close consignment.
gJfiP" Books on view at my Sales
room, Monday and Tuesday, Decem
ber 15th and lGlh.
JAS. V. MORGxVN,
ON A WEEKLY PAYMENT OF
WILL GIVE A
Janus Boss' Filled Gases.
These Cases are tho best in the
market; are guaranteed to be made
of 'I wo Plates of 14 Carat Gold, with
Plate Composition between, and wi it
ten guarantee from the factory. Full
Jewelled Waltham Movement, gua
lanlecd lo keep fine lime.
These. Watches are preferable to
gold watches, because the casts are
stiff, and perfectly bafo for the move
ment. g0T Every member gets his watch
within 15 weeks. Call and seo our
watches. It is a fine opportunity to
get a cheap and fmo watch in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO.
A. J. SCHREIBER, Manager.
Hotel st., under the "Arlington."
New Model Lunch Room,
(lon All NlBUt I
Having fitted up the uppei floor of
our picmitics as first-class lunch
room, wo are picpaicd to furnish
mealb of the best the niaiket afl'ords;
cooked to suit your taste. After the
next steamer, December 12th, wo
will have constantly on hand Frozen
Oysters, Game, Etc., Etc., in their
Btep, mauka of
Hoping that you will give us a
call wo are rcxpeetfully yours.
The Psclflo Mall S. S. 'Co.'s Finest
" A U ) EJ A
Will sull for
tUS'Vor freight or passage apply to
H, HACKFELD & 00
Eveniiiff Auction Sale
1IY UN1V151WAI. REQUEST !
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING
Dcuouibci I tit h.
America's Most Olit'd Child Actress I
Tu Greatest Loid Fauntlcioy od
Supported by an Exccllont Company.
Tho following strong bill will bo pio
scutedior the second time, by special 10
qucu of a number of pionituu t ladles
ami gentlemen, who were tillable to gut
su its at first pcrfoi maucu :
J KDITIIA'H KUllGLAK!"
(As pioduccd at the Lyceum Thea
tre, iNCW 1 OIK).
OLIVE BERKLEY : : as Edlllm
Last Two Acts of
"LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY!"
OLIVE BERKLEY : : asCedilo
(Little Lord Fnuntleroy).
86T" Sale of eats will commence
Thuisday morning, at !l o'clock, at
Tlnuin's Book Store. Mr. J. J. Wil
liams will direct the sale. 730 lw
NOW TELL US!
Hare you ever heard a
Glee Club Coucoitf
Do you know that one has
Never been given la Honolulu?
A Concert for the Benefit of the
Will be given by the
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB 1
Tiiriidh-y, Osi-nr llcrold ami
ran I It. EHCiibci-K,
tain Opera House,
ftflonday, Dec. 15, 1890.
Yodels & College Glees of all sorts
uill be given.
BS?" Reserved sp.Uh for sale on Thurs
day moi-ninsr, Dec. 11th, 9 A. si., at
Bensou, Smith & Co.'s. 726. td
Is called to the large stock of
Xow on hand and tn arrivo on the
Tbeycompiisc everythlns; to be had in
OF ALL KINDS,
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
BSF Store will bu oprn evenings for
two weeks previous to Christmas.
Aro respectfully invited to examine
that now on bale hy
(Successor to O. E,
105 Fort St., : :
Selected by Mr. II. H.Williams
in person from the
In Sau Francisco. Ludies and Gen
tlemen will find in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
For generations to come, and very
CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR,
IJIRTHDAY or HRIDAL
jfJVLurgu invoiced lately received,
and more on the way by sil mid
ulcaiii, 7!ll lm
luiektkiylu of Kim), f ur kulu at thu
"Klltu ic Crourn I'rluiv." T4 lw
Silver I Silver ! Silver !
FnsD on nisvo fall rn
Uil tJU Uti I w p?ggjjy?P ill
ODR GRAND SILVER, PEACIIBLOW, SATIN WARE, GLASS WARE,
TOYS & DOLLS GIFT SALE WILL COMMENCE
onday, December 8, 1890-
JB6T During this sale every customer purchasing S2.50 worth, will
receive a handsome Peachblow, Satin, Glass Ware, Dolls, Toys or
JB3F Look in our Windows and seo the fine display of presents. "TBn
CIIAS J. HSHEL,
729 lm The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel streets.
PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, bILVEK PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
WM. O-. FISCHER'S
Famous Grand Acthc & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
pBi ii i iiii ni''jftiyTJ5Sinv
Consuming Onc-f bird Less Fuel, i5t,li'rAVoinl or coal, t linn
any other Stovo in cxiHtance.
&T No Brick Work About It I 0 Junt u Clean Cut Stove I
Whose BaEcingQuaSities are Unsurpassed
Triaiig-ulair Orates I
gSr FOR SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
ont aT-90 Fort slicpt, oppo. Sprcckcls' Bank, Honolulu, H. I.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that In cousequcnec of extensive repairs to their building, they
are liciiioylng their blocks of Goods to tho
McIIlIJl-S.rY -:- JBLOOJES:.
BQf During lcmoval, lu Older to save expense of handling j
tST Persons requiring anything lu iholr lino will llnd this a specially favor
New Goods ! ftlew Goods !
Navo lately buen iccelved ad frnsji Invoices aro op the way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd.,
ft 30 DAYS