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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 3. ISO.". SEMI-WEEKLY.
LOCAL BREVITIES. i
Baseball game next Saturday. .
The fall term of tlie Circuit Court :
ivas concluded on Saturday.
Claus Spreclcels will likely erect
a beet-sugar factory at Fresno, Cal.
Chief Justice Judd has returned
from official business at Lahaina.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., are sole
s!w2 ,or Xw Process gaJ0line
British Commissioner Hawes is
contemplating an extended trip to
Palace candy store advertises de-'
lictous hand-made chocolates fresh
English syndicates have absorbed Brown. Major and Mrs. Iaukea.
almost all the salmon canneries in Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hassinger, Miss
British Columbia. and Master llassinsrex, 5lr. and
Albert Lucas ws fined SO0O bv M Sad J1?"
Jud 9 J' Mrth ad Mrs-- L
Mascoa Saturdav morninc.
The fine is pud. - Mr. ail Mrs George Allen.
1 Fred. Oat. Colonel McLean. Mrs.
Alarshraallows, glace fruits and Vivian Smith, liss Birch Fanning
peppermint creams fresh every and many others,
hour at the Palace candy store. The lanai and house was decor-
Jutfce Bickerton has recovered sted whh Pttcd dowers and ferni
sufSdeatlv to be able to ride. He aud presented a gala appearance,
was out ior a short time vesterdav. Tfae Quintette Club was in attend-
., ance and furnished dehshtml
n resident and Mrs. Dole enter- mUiJc j, . Jones was besfman.
tained a party oj friends At a The occasion was a pleasant one.
Thanks-mug breakfast Thursday Manv u?eiul presents were received
Ukraine, by the bride and groom. They
list ot advertised letters remain- "ill reside for a time on the
in the general post-office up to The party returned to town
November 30th is published this' about 11:45.
H. Schmidt Co. hasa full
line of winter and Christmas goods
in woolens, rlannels. etc. for sale?t
the lowest prkes.
According to a new regulation, a
daily report of cash received at ;he
water works office is submitted to
the Finance Office-
Iron fronts, just completed, rives
the stores of Hollister Drnsr Com
pany and Lewis fc Co. a decidedly
W. C. Wilder. Jr.. left tv the
Miowera. He will spent soa lime
in the northwest and return home
by way of San Francisco.
Mrs. Sarah Gihnan, Miss Gilruan
and Mrs. Charles Atherton gave a
reception yesterday afternoon at
the residence of J. B. Atherton.
The next mail for the Coast will
be by the City of Peking, due here
on the 6th. The Australia will be
due from San Francisco on the 9th.
William L. Stanley has been -admitted
into the arm of Hart well it
Thurston. The name of new firm
will be Hartwell, Thurston and
Work on the new home of this
"paper is bains pushed. It is ex-
pectea tnat toe boiMinc will be
readv for occopaiicv bv the first ofbut lucHlv no one was hurt.
tae new vear.
Deputy 3Iarshal Hitcbceci is
awaiting'an owner tor 40 in puis
found by Policeman Kamaka on
Merchant and Nuuanu streets last
The name of Adjutant-General
J. H. Sojer was inadvertently
omitted from the report in this
paper of the regimental parade on
Kong Soi plead guilty oi having
opium ia his possession in the district
court yesterday morning., and
Judge Perry seateaced hiia to pay
a fine of $75 and costs.
Dan Stuart has osered a purse
of ? 10,000 for a aght between Peter
Maher sad Robert Fitxsiraraoas. to
take place in Juarer, Mexico. Jan-.
ISth. Maher has signed articles.
Ooioael McLean, dispatched a
letter to Marshal Brora vesterdav
tbaakiar that oScial for the
iaeat part laiea bv ;he police
Eader Csptaia Parker ia the
parade oa Thantsriviag
At the rseeaiK: of Hsivaiiaa
Lcck Xo- 21, Ff d: A. -M-last at
nicht the foUoiriac oocers rere
elected: 5L E. GrossBMC. W.M.;
A. Gilrillaa, S. W.; Robt. Cttoa,
J. W. The reraaiaiac oScers are
vet to be
Wort oa the Firs Methodist
Zpiscopsl Charch is banc rapidly
ocshed. The oralis are enclosed.
and the heavy trasses for the
rofthercfwHi be in place to-
dav. The caercb is to be opened
a Jsnsarv 5,
On last Saturday eveningat the
Roman Catholic Cathedral, Mance!
Andrade and Miss Rosa Rauel
were united in the holy bxids of
wedlock by the Rev. Father
The Coacorcia Banc
serenaded the happy coeple
at Faissa Sware.
Castle i Cteoke have boeght C.
V. Sierdevanrs: entire New
Precess shoves sad wxUin exsiure
act as sole agents; for the Hawaiian
islands. Oa iloacav thev will
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E-eve hi -. J-? . cjj
stere, trom wfach place they wiU
casne to these new using
IMcaant Occasion at Pearl City
The home of Mrs. Torbert at
Pearl Citv was tasteiullv decorated
last evenine, the occasion bcine the
marriace 0f her daughter Ellen to
Captain J. W. Pratt, RewD. P.
A number of friends of the bride
and room took a sredal train on
the Uahu raitwaviast mem at uu.
reaching the place an hour later.
Among the guests present were
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham,
Major and Mrs. McLeod, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Kibblinc. -Mr. and .Mrs.
Boardman, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Ovidc Mumii Coming.
Ovide Musin. the celebrated
violinist who has acquired great
fame throughout the United States,
will visit Honolulu on the steamer
Monowai. which is due on the 19th
of this month. He will give a
series of entertainments at the Y.
M- A- halL Prior ;o hi- depart
ure on the Citv of Pekins. which
leaves here on the 2Sth. Professor
Musin is accompanied by his own
pianist and his charming wife.
Annie Louise Musin, a soprano
singer of no small ability. Their
visit to Honolulu will be a rare
treat for lovers of cood music.
Scone at Baud Concert.
Professor Berger's program of
Portuguese airs at the Emma
Square concert last night were a
little too much for an animal ridden
by Robert Atkinson, and the
horse shied in such a manner as to
unseat his rider. The animal then
backed into a horse attached to a
carriage occupied by Mrs. Hopkins
and children. The latter took a
spin into a mass of carriages standing
in the vicinity. The crowd
listening to the concert lot all
interest mine music lnconseouence,
Yacht Tolna in Trouble.
Australian advices say that the
yacht Tolna, now cruising in that
country, is not doing as well as
was expected. She had got on a
reef or two during the cruise and
had to have assistance from a British
warship to help her through
difikultics. Some oi the crew of
the Tolna were taken to Sydney by
the warship, while the sailing
master and some others were bound
for the same port by on one of the
island steamers- The Tolna was
found for New Britain and thence
Catholic Mission Destroyed.
SYDNEY (N. S. W.). Nov. IS.
The steamer Archer, from the Gilbert
Islands vesterdav, broocht
news that in Septerater last, at
TaMteraa. a native set fire to the
Roman Catholic mission station
and horned it to the ground, destroying
raceh valuable property.
The reverend father in charge was
oa a visit to a neighboring island
the time of the disaster, and on
retoming by the Archer he toand
his place reduced to ashes. The
British Resident held an inquiry,
bet the result was not known when
the Archer left for Svdnev.
Legion of Honor.
There were thirty-two members
present at the regular meeting of
"ie loyal Legion in the Central
-Sirs, ilccallv iiicnns
gave a pleasant temperance talk,
in which the children were deeply
interested- The asaal pledge was
recited, after which refreshments
Ia ISSe. Mr. A, I Gate wuw, who
thrrer rctsil itonri ia Xcw
York City, QiviBz iearstrd of ibx.
rreai Tiurr CaamUrrlsiB s Coazb
Bedy fr -, eroap and whoop-red
tes . a scpoty far bt
r -.. fM. w. &.
UT thu taicoaiit '.o joje
order csore, and iicrinr tae
soJd over rs of iht remedy.
He iiVi it siVcS tfce brit eUbfactiea
u - ehehii evcr hileJ.
FarsiIe jT3, j,,, t
Bensox, xrrH & Co j
BIGHT KOYAL GREETING.
Reception to "ew Pastor of Waimca.
M t MorrIotT Nowl Aililtv of
MAKAWELI (Kauai), Nov. 27.
"Belleview-" the home ofr Mr.
and Mrs, Morrison of Makaweli
plantation, was the scene of a
pleasant reception given in honor
oi the new pastor of the Waimca
Foreign church on Friday, November
22d. The entire district was
represented, some having come
long distances to meet the new
clergyman, whose arrival is welcomed
by all in the district.
After the introduction of guests
Mr. Morrison made a few appropriate
remarks and called upon Mr.
Omsted to open the program for the
evening with a piano solo. This
was followed by a violin solo by
Miss McGrew, Miss Beyer accompanist.
It is seldom Makaweli
people have the privilege of listening
to two such artists as Miss Mc
Grew and Miss Beyer, and the,
music of this evening will long be
The recitation of ''Charley Latham's
Pard" by Mrs. Scott had a
good effect." Following this was a
solo by Miss Beyer, with violin
obligato by Miss McGrew, the able
rendering of which brousht forth a
Scotch song as an encore. Next
was a selection from "Essay on
Self Reliance" read by Mr. Peroy;
then a piano solo ''Kammanoi
Ostrow" beautifully executed by
Miss Beyer. Mrs. Ogg then delighted
the guests with a reading ,
"True to Brother Spear" followed
by a vocal solo, "The Night Has a
Thousand Eyes" so well rendered
by Miss McGrew as to call forth
enthusiastic demands for an encore.
The next item on the program
was a reading by Mrs. Morrison, '
the popular hostess, who on this
occasion completely eclipsed all her
previous records in originality.
Before proceeding, Mrs. Morrison
as an excuse, for not having had
time to finish her paper, and which
only wanted the addition of a few
adjectives, called upon her guests
to shout out. each in their turn, a
simple adjective, which she filled
in, in the bank spaces of Us -
inr, a few extracts from which
quoted below: Ladies and gentle-
men. not verv lone aeo on the
'"silly" island of Kauai in the
"stupendous" district of Waimea.
the "spicy" people lost their
"sharp" minister, who was a
man. and whose departure
was deeply regretted by all the
"breezy" subscribers. Word came
to our "beautiful" secretary, that
the "kind" trustees' call had been
accepted by the Rev. Mr. Massey,
who would be with his "terrible"
people soon. We were afraid that
the "vicious" cholera reports and
the "tiny" quarantine regulations
might delay his coming, dire. c
The rest of this original reading
was eouallv comical and was
brought to a close, by the hostess .
onenng in the name of all present
a cordial and hearty welcome to
the new pastor, expressing the
hope that this work would be
pleasant and so successful, as to r
leave him no possibility of regret
at leaving his late charge.
"Chanson DAmour," by 3Iiss
McGrew and Miss Bover, with
.vklia arM piano, was a beautiful
finish to the list of items on the
The next twenty minutes were;
taken up enjoying the delightful j
ke cream and cake, coffee and sand- j
wiehes, so bountifully supplied.)
Before bringing to a close one of!
the most enjoyable evenings spent I
oa the " Garden Isle,' each of the j
guests received a numbered card,
with a separate slip of paper, oni
which was the name oi an animal j
of which the owner had to make a '
sketch on a blackboard put up fori
me occasion. iae name oi eaca
quadruped sketched had to be
cuessed and added to the card sup-
pliedprues being offered for the'
two whose cards represented the!
highest number of guesses. Two
prires were also presented to the (
unlucky pair who possessed the
cards with the least number oi j
rect guesses. The result was : Mrs.'
Scott, first ladv"s orize : 31r. Bald- i
win, first gentleman's prize ; Mrs. j
Perrv and Mr. Hodres. boobv prizes, i
The" uscal Makaweli "farewell".
was sang Jbefore the guests began f
A large congregation assembled
the following Sunday to hear 3Ir.
Hzssey preach hii first sermon in
the Waimea Foreign church. The
reHgioes work in the district, for
another year, has been successfully
started, and it is hoped the interest
will increase as the weeks glide
CHARLES R. MACDOXALD.
The new amateur ebampwn jrolf player of the Lnitl States Charle B.
t a native of Scotland, bat lias been a resident iif Cliieago for a number of
t . If - 1 -n it M. Andnr, ilml. and learned to jiliy on the world
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2ov why experiment with a cough
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It is pleasant to
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goods will be sent to
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