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LOOAL AND OENEItAL NEWO
The Kllohana Art League oloaoa
on December 4th.
Lndies Draworp,exceptionnl value
for 50 ceil ts, nt Sachs.
Tho new Control Fire Station
should bo opened up next week.
Admiral and Mr. Millor will
occupy the Maxwtll rosidntioe.
Tho W. C. T. U. ineot at tho
Christian Church this afternoon,
The Pacific Tonnia Club hold a
mooting at 7:30 this ovening at tho
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haiti Wolltor
hope to leave for England on tho
Tho Aroher and Albert are out 7
and 11 days from tho Coast bound
for this port.
Tho Punchbowl rosorvoir leaks are
hoing attended to and there is no
cause for alarm.
The Baltimore's minstrel troupe
are figuring on an entertainment to
be givon next month.
The Central Uniou Sunday School
Teaohors moot to-morrow evening
to arrange a'iChrismas program.
- Tho household furniture and
effect, of tho late British Commissioner
Hawes are to be sold by
Princess ICniulani and party will
attend tho performance of
Jr., tho qpeuing play of tho
Tantalus cofToo is raid to be about
the best Rrown on the Islands. In
view of tho old loond it will carry
a quaint brand. .
,, Tho bark Ceylon will bo through
discharging her Seattle cargo tomorrow.
She is scheduled to sail
on Saturday next in ballast for the
Vandervoer of "Sea Breezes" anticipates
that that bright publication
will be to tho foro again in a few
days. It will bo welcomed by tho
people on shoro.
To-morrow is ladies' day at tho
Pacific Tennis Club aud tho
tion hours will bo from 3 to 5:30. A
very pleasant timo is forecast,
Mr. J. n. Waibel has declined to
arcept, for the present, the post of
Deputy Port Appraiser. This is not
surprising to thoso who understand.
Mr. Folsom, hmvovor, remains.
Mr. Irwin's box will bn occupied
by tho American "Minister, Mr.
Sewall and party on Thursday evening,
to witness tho first performance
of tho coming Frawloy soason.
"In memory of Kalakaua" is
Captain Borger'a loyal and affectionate
contribution to the viancs
of his former monarch and friend.
When is the Kaiulani maroh to bo
Dupoaitors in tho Savings Banks
must send in their books to tho
20th in ordor to haro tho interest
on their deposits calculated and
The barks Andrew Welch
aud Mohican are now on tho berth
to load sugar, with a dash of stone
ballast, Both vessels are up for San
, Francisco, to leave hero in a fortnight
Capt. Burger had another vory
largo audience at tho band concert
- Inst evening, and tho program being
more varied than the usual considerable
kindly recognition was meted
out to tho perfor'nors.
Tho Hawaiian bark Diamoud
' Head, Ward master, sailed in ballast
for Seattle yesterday afternoon. Sho
will return to this port with a cargo
of railroad ties for the extonBion of
the O. It. & L Oo.'a road.
Tho management of the coming
Frawloy engagement kindly aak tho
aubscriborH for soason tickets to call
for same no later than Wednesday
ovoning. All uncalled for tickets will
be solcF, from that day on.
, The bark Nuunnu, Cnptaiu
is disehtuging a gHtiornl cargo
at thu BroAnrs' wharf. Sho briugs
' 5,600 eases of Ponrl Oil and a lot-of
valuable machinery for the Oahu
Railroad Company from How York,
Judge Perry wos holding Court
until 10 o'clock last ovoning,
over tho Kauai murder esse
No jury has boon secured yot, and it
ia doubtful whether twttlvo suitable
men can bo found to serve in this
Jack Thompson, the alleged burglar,
waived examination in tho District
Court this morning, and was
committed for trial. It in doubtful
whether his oaso will be hoard during
tho present neasiou of tho Circuit
Court, Thompson has not been
nblo to secure ball and will bavn fo
await his trial iu jail,
AKTISTS IN EMBRYO.
Members' First View Night at tho
Kilohann Art Ijeaguo.
Our local Art League and its patrons
must bo heartily congratulated a
upon its opening lait ovoning; for
tho Fall exhibit attracted quite a
considerable number of tho elite of
Honolulu, In works intellectual and
progressive, as woll as the moro
fuuotiouB of society.
Honolulu is essontially au intellectual
city, and compareB most
favorably with many California
burghs in all lines of thought,
mental fertility and manual dexterity
and now having invaded tho
lofty realms of art and poesy
raaturialized, thanks to the efforts,
under many discouraging surroundings,
of tho Kilohaua Art League, is
making most satisfactory progress
in this direction, aj was noticed by
a necessarily briof glance at tho
beautiful collection of artistic handicraft
arranged iu the Club rooms
last evening. Society, made its bow
last night, and tho kindly reviewer,
for art should be encouraged not
strapped down just as it desires to
soar, will by degrees appear upon
The rooms were tastefully decorated
to add to the charming effect
and not to overload to satiety and
Mrs. F.R.Day, Mrs. W. F. Allen and
Mrs. R. D. Valbridgo received
of the League with infinite
courteny and tact. Tho
honored tho reception with their
presence The list of contributors
is unusually largo and there are
some very meritorious works displayed.
Where Thoy Go To.
The destination of tho coolies who
arrived by tho Rio do Janeiro haa
been arrauged as follows. Tho
Oahu laborers wore shippod yesterday
and the balance leave to day.
Oahu Sugar Co., 177 men, -16 women
and 3 children; H. P. Fay & Co., 30
mon, 5 women and 2 child reu;
Mill Co , 23 men, 1 women and
1 child; Koloa Sugar Co., 20 men,
1 women aod 1 child; Meyer and
KruBi'l3 mon aud 1 woman;
Sugar Co., 5 men; Kilauea Sugar
Co, 1 mau.
T. M. O. A. Concert.
A free concert will be given at tiro
Y. M, O. A. this evening, under tho
direction of Mr. W. A. Love,
of the entertainment committee,
as the initiatory of a cories of
interesting entertainments for tho
"wintot" season. The program is a
very excellent one, nud iuuludes the
names of such sterliug fuvorito3 as
Miss Ward, MisH Oljraor, Miss
Patch, Miss Johnson, Prof.,
ley, and Messrs. Love, Wilcox, Mac-
urda and Lamport.
Nearly a Boriouo Accident.
An elderly prominont citizen was
run into by a caroloss carriage driver
at the Emma Square concert last
ovoning. It was a narrow escape
from a serious accident, for, -the
horse's head struck the genpoman's
face aud tho shaft hit his shoulder.
Macoy was promptly on haud, but
aft the gentleman was not hurt probably
no attention will bo paid to tho
matter although ths drivor has beon
warned boforcof his rocklessuoss,
The Y. M 0. A.'s Wheelmon'a
ceptiou last evouiug was a graud
success iu nil respects, and the attendance
was far larger than ovon
tho most.sanguine bntioipoted. Tho
arraugomonts of the management
were excellent and reflected considerable
credit upou thu executive
ability of Secretary Coleman and
his colleagues, Of courpo Trilby
was ou hand to Vary tho perform
ances with his clover ingenuity.
Tho Xticht Race,
Tho miniature yacht raco to-day
is tho only rominisceucoof tho jovial
days of old when King Kalakaua
ruled the roast with mirth, glee aud
harmony for all oxcopt tho Puritaus
with gloomy faoaa aud gloomier
hearts. Priuco Cupid, name of
hannv onion, will cudesvor to wiu
I the cup for the third aud la6t time,
Now Id tho Timo.
The Hawaiian Jockey Club is
dontly lying dormant as usually. It
time to wako up tho members of
the club aud oncourago them to get
movo on and look into the future
conditions of the raco traok at
A meeting of tho Jookoy Olub
ought to be called at once, aud the
members ought to unanimously
appropriate the funds in possession
of the Treasurer of tho organization
for tho repair and improvement of
the prosent track.
Private individuals have subscribed
over $500 to help iu defraying
tho expenses of putting tho
track in propor shape, and there
should bo tio doubt that tho club
will follow suit aud assist in preparing
a race track acceptable to all
owners of racing stoek.
If the members of the Jockey Club
aro too indifforent to attend a meeting,
tho object of which is tho im
provement of tho track, they had
botter lot the mauagmont of tho
club go into othor hands.
Thoro is no timo for further delay.
If the track is to bo in such
a shape as will warrant horao owners
entering their horses for thu 11th of
Juue meeting work on it should bo
begun- at once beforo the rainy season
sets iu. Let overyono interested
in horse racing help along in procuring
fluids for a new track.
Horse racing iu Hawaii should not
be behind bicycle racing, and tho
success of the Cyclomore under its
onorgetic management ought to be
a Binning oxample for our horsemen.
Call a meeting of tho Jockey
Club and lot tho good work proceed.
Allan Jones and Dau Whitman of
the visiting cyclists havo obtained
employment in town, tho former
with a publishing establishment and
the latter with the Hawaiiau Hardware
Company where ho will
the cycle department and
prove the superior merits of the
Tribune wheel so favorably, established
in this community.
This Evening's Band Concert
The baud playa at the jlawaiian
Hotel this eve'ning iu compliment to
the departing guests by the Australia
to-morrow. It being tho anniversary
of King Kalakaua's birthday,
the selections made aro from
among the favorites of the dead
monarch in addition to some of
Band Mantor Bergor's special inventions
for tho occasiou.
At noon ou Saturday next, there
will be a sold by publio auction at
the Judiciary Building certain lands
at Hana, Maui, more fully described
in tho advertitierneut iu another
At tho annual meeting of the
Union Feed Company, Ltd., the
following were electod ofllcors: E. 0.
Macfarlane, president; W. F. Allen,
vice-president; F. W. Macfarlne,
manager aud trensurer; F. Klamp,
auditor and F. R. Vida, secrotary.
Tho above and J. F. Haokfold and
G. H. Robertson, constitute the
board of directors.
SEATS NOW BEADY
From tho Columbia Thoatro, San
THE PLHS FOR FIRST WEEK ARE:
THURSDAY, Nov. J 8th,
SATURDAY MATINEE, Nov. 20th,
SATURDAY NIGHT, Nov. 20th,
Prices; 60o., 76o , $1 and $1.50.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF HORTH AHEHICA.
Of Philadelphia, la.
Founded, 1702 Cask Capital, $3,000,000
Oldetit Fire Inauranco Company In the United Statep.
Losses paid since organization over" $90,000,000.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY.
(FIRE AND MARINE)
Established, I860 Gapital $6,000,000
Insurance effected on Buildings, Goods, Ships, aud Merchandise
ejr For lowest ratoa apply to
rPikxero are fwaaaBBF
MANY BEERS Iff AMERICA!!
Good. Bad and Indifferent.
BXJT? TKLErFLHs IS CDJJIT CD3X3&
Has Proven. Its Superiority. .
Noah's Certificate is Nat Needed for the Best.
Consumers Are the Judges.
Is World .Renowned, Holds Its Own, and Don't Yon
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.,
Sole A gents.
The Tax Assessor is jubilant, and
his assistants for tln taxes
diiH to the Repn .lienn Cimar flowed
in yesterday in an inundating stream,
And uow tho lggards must put up
an extra ton -percent to aid the
"White Porcelain Dinner
and Breakfast Plates at Five
Cents eacl). Not more than
one dozen will be sold to each
customer. 'I he entire stock
is in our vett, orBwii, win
"We are going to give you
a great display of holiday
goods in a short lime, comprising
Sterling bilver War.
from the celebrated Whiting
i ut Glaus of thu liiieht
quality; Royal Worcestir,
Coalport China ; Da Pottery
; "Wedgowood "Ware Real;
Bohemian Glass, decorated
and plain; French China
Table Wave; Piano Lamps;
Banquet Lamps; flanging
Lamps ; Japanese Chinaware,
I. W. DIM08D & CO,
Vnn Holt Blnnk.
Agent for the Hawaiian Inland.
QOVIUtNtiSS TO GO TO HI 1.0 'IO ,
4 instrnar mo girl. S'ato enlxry,
and references Address "h" 1. O.
J. T. Waterbonse.
There arc three brands of
Jams and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blaekwells, Morton's and
Code, Well & Co. During
tho pure food crusudc in California
the good. of the latter
pasted every inspection and
now come out of the factory''
specially stamped '-'Pure
Food."' "We have a oumplete
stock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
Our grocery department is
full to the brim with roliabl
goods and our prices are low
enough as to draw common
from other dealers We buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy aro always fresh.
"We handle tho celebrated
Albeit bonulebs sardines and
the Paluco brand of slicer'
bacon', two artieles for
that are unext elled.
"We carvy a full line of table
delicacies, English and American
and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whether in person or by tele
phone and careful attention
paid to tho selection of goods.
J. T. Wsuerhouse.