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LOOAIi AND GENEKAli NEWS
Hawaiian recognition day to-morrow,
Company A olocta two lieutenants
Another holiday to morrow. There
is quito n surfeit of them.
Tho Maunn Loa brought in 1350
bags of sugar ami -101 of coffee.
Tho Punahou football dinuor will
take placo to-morrow ovoniuif.
To-morrow being a Hawaiian holiday
Tiie Independent will not issue.
J. D. McVeigh and his guards aro
again in powor over at tho Quarantine
Tho Fatal Card, a groat melodrama,
will bo played by tho
Tho Groat Unknown will bo Mm
matinoo bill to-morrow. Special
prioes for old and young.
J. T. Stacker is roooiving a
of complimonts for his management
of the Hilo Herald.
Tho inmates of Lunalilo Home,
tho Insane Asylum and the Jail
were remembered at yesterday dinner.
Police officers throwing their clubs
at runaway horseB is a peculiar aud
novel method of attempting to stop
All cricketers aro requostod to
turn up to-morrow so as onsuro a
good game. Baseballists are especially
invited to participate
The Star's newsboy had a jolly
time of it yesterday, thanks to the
geuerous business iqauagotnout of
that lively and enterprisiug journal.
Mrs. H. Herbert has been placed
in charge of the business advertising
and subscription departmaut
of tho Anglican Church Chronicle.
A large number of Cliineso loft
by the Coptic to day to enjoy thoir
New Year's Day in China, and mauy
of them to procure their wives and
AlthoughWall, Nichols Co. will
be closed to-morrow, as far as thoir
business is concerned, arrangements
will bo made, whereby theatre goers
can obtain seats during the day.
Tho Iolani School Entertainment
this evening commences at 7 o'olouk.
Tram cars return to town at 8:50,
9:10, 9:30 and 7:50. Parents of the
boys and friends of tho fehool are
Mrt and Mm. Win Chuiohill havo
decided to remain over for tho
which boat they will tnko to
Vancouver. From there they will
Kfi'on to Wellington and then to
Japan, returning to this place uoxt
Dr. James T. Waysou and Mies
Dolla Sheehy were married by Rev.
G. L. Pearson at the Waikiki
fdenco of Mr. John Ena yesterday
afternoon, Mr. Emmet May was
host man and Miss Ena bridesmaid.
Thft bride was given away by Mr.
A sneak thiof mado a call on Capt.
Cluney at his residence at Leloo
yesterday and abstracted ton dollars
in Bilver r.oin from a bureau. As it
was ThankFgiving Day tho captain
should tako no notice of the trilling
incident. Ho doesn't hpo it in that
light and tho dotectives aro at work.
The funeral of Major Kahalewai
which took place yesterday afternoon
from the residouco of Mr.
Fritz Wilhelm, vhose wife is the
sistor of the deceased, was attended
by a large number of friends. Rev.
Pathor Matthias was the officiating
clergyman. Tho interment took
placo at the Makiki cemetery.
"- Mr. Charles Joyce, the esteemed
ohtef steward of tho Olaudine, has
tendorod his resignation. He rotireB
with tho aloha of his many friends
and his resiguntiou will be regretted
by tho travelling public with whioh
Mr. Joyce through his courtesy and
attention was vory popular. Wo
wiBh him all possible prospority in
tho futuro walks of lifo.
David Crowniugborg, who, for a
number of years servod as a police
olllcor, on tho Honolulu forcp, died
at his rostdeuco at Liliha street this
morniuf. Tho deceasod who was
about U7 years of ago was a very
oDioiont officer and hold thn rank of
lieutenant, when ho through ill
hoalth sovored his oonnoctious with
tho department, Tho funeral takoa
placo at il o'clock this afternoon.
Tho following passongors arrived
by the Mnunn Loa yost'erday: P. T.
Phillips, II. S. Ewing and wife, G. H.
Angus, Mrs. J. IC. laukea, Miss
MrB. M. Edwards, Mr. Mana
and wife, Mr. Shibayama, Mr. Lau
Tong, H. Willgoroth, Wm. Grozior,
Rev. S. H. Davio, Dr. MoWayne,
Miss MoWayne, O. A, Johnson, R.
G. VanuuBS, Mrs. J. Aloherly, child
apjlsservaut, J, Coerpor and 48 deok.
AN EXCELLENT GAME.
Tho Town Toiim Kicks tho
Into tho Noxt Wook.
Sovoral thousand people witnessed
tho football gamo yestorday
and they saw a gamo which
would be nreditablo anywhere in the
Tho Town boys and tho Punahou
team moasurod strength aud tho
former won tho game after a hard
tussle aud somo excellent playing.
Both teams aro popular and both
sides had numerous friends on tho
grounds. Suporior strength aud
Buporior gonoralship gave tho gamo
to tho Towuies and tho backers of
the students had that tired feeling
when they went homo to their
Thanksgiving dinners and to settle
up the lost bets.
Thoy had no reason, howoTor, to
bo ashamed of tho college team.
The boys put uy a good game and
showed lots of norvo and pluck all
through the game. Captain
of the Town team has his men
in too good n shape and to him falls
most of the credit for tho best gamo
of football ever soeu in Honolulu.
Tho Government band was in attendance
and tho gamo was witnessed
by the Princess Kaiulaui who
with a party of ladies was tho
honored gunst of the management.
Tho following lined up at tho
opening of tho gamo,
Town. Position. Punahou.
Notley Contor Rawlins
Kawauanakoa. R. G Howard
Cockott L. G Laua
Whitehouse...R. T Johnson
Watorhouse...L. T Dayton
McCormio ... .R. E Groenwell
ArmBtroug... .L, E Lawrenco
Cooke Quarter Babbitt
Schormorhorn.R. H A. Long
Cornwoll L. H. . .Kalanianaole
Co 11 r ad t Full Sopor
Tho officois of tho day were:
Adams, umpire; Cadet Tozer
of the U. S. S. Baltimore, refereo,
and Harry Waterhouso and Carlos
Tho following is the list of the
several races participated in
by the crows of tho Baltimore
and Benniugton, with the fortunate
1. Gig race, Benniugton.
2. Cutter race, Bennington.
3. Whaleboat race, Baltimore.
- i, Dingy (marines), Baltimore.
5. Three-legged race, O. W. Steelo
aud 0. V. Momor.
G. Sack race, Roppor.
7. Swimming with tubs, F. J.
8. Pie eating, A. Skinner.
9. Water polo, J. H. Smith, A.
Nichols, G Brady, W. Simpson, J.
10. Potato race, A. Achenvol.
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11 owimuiiuK Dtiaiuub utvaj,
Roonoy, W. Simptoui.
12. Hurdlo race, 0. Marshal).
13 Shoe race, D. O. Tobias.
Tho U. S. S. Baltimoro was the
hoadquartora of the afternoon. Following
were tho officers of tho day:
Judges: U. S. S. Baltimoro, Naval
Cadet D. W. Wurtsbaugb; U. S. S.
Benuingtou, Ensign McCormaok.
Starters: G. O. Roes, J. J. Vauder-
veer, C. P. Colo.
Tho regatfa committeo consisted
of W. Orner, J. J. ' Vaudorveer and
A Lost Editor.
Dan Logau, the jolly editor of tho
Bulletin, wont to Waianao yestorday
to do his Thanksgiving at the pleas,
ant spot where the present terminuB
of thn railroad is, Dan inspected
the rich coffee aud sugor plantations
of Waianao, brooded over tho question
of annexation aud as a matter
of oonrse lost tho -1 o'clock train for
Honolulu, Tho hospitable pooplo
at Waianao aacommodated the editor
for the night with groat pleasure,
aud this morning ho returned sound
and safe to Honolulu, able to assuro
his many friouds that ho was not
lost although forgotton.
Amoug tho passengers who left by
tho Coptic to-day was Clung wan,
one of our leading Chinoso merchants
who has resided in
for about twenty years. Ho will
bo absent about twelve montuB.
At tho Thontor.
It was only a slim audionco which
greeted tho Frawloys last ovouing
at tho Opera House and thoso who
wore thoro found small reason for
expressions of enthusiasm.
"Sue," a dramatization of one of
Bret Harto's Btorios, is not a clover
or an interesting ploy. Tho performers
did all to save '"Suo" that
could be oxopeoted, but tho audience
evidently thought that "Sue" even
in the minds of tho Ffawleys, was
not worthy of tho talents of which
tho company has a right to boast.
Thoro is very clovor material in
tha Frawley Company but with the
exception of Miss Bates and Mr.
Worthing fow of them only aro
given much 01 a ouance to snow
Without making any disparaging
comparisons between the present
company and tho personol which
playod hero laBt season, tho
aro united in expressing thoir
regrets at tho non-appearance this
season of Miss Hope Ross, tho
brilliant ingonuo of last season.
Her many friends here aro happy to
loam, howoror, about the succoss
which has deservedly been her lot
since her visit hero. Sho has had
the London public at her feet and
now she is the star in the Frohman
Company in New York. Wo poor
dovils in Honolulu will no longer bo
remembered by Hopo Ross but
when we visit tho present Frawley
troupe we givo her a kindly thought.
To-morrow there will boa matiuee
performance when tho "Great Un
known" will be presented, and tomorrow
night "A Fatal Card" will
go on the boards.
Annexation and Olimato.
The Ohroniclo, adhering to its
theory that climate can be changed
by annexation, already sees in its
mind's eye a whito population of
several millions in Hawaii. It is
quite sure of this because the islands
formerly supported several hundred
thousand natives prior to their civilization.
It sees a groat demand for
white labor thoro and a rush of the
unemployed to tho cane aud coffeo
plantations. Now can tho Chronicle
point to a spot on tho globe
where sugar cano is raised by
labor? Can it cito a locality
within tho tropic3 whioh supports a
largo Anglo Saxon population?
Can it givo any reason why such
a population has not already appeared
in Hawaii, where for fifty
years the laws aud polioy of tho
Government have invited it and
where there has been no inora restriction
upon porsonal liberty than
in the United States, and tho legal
protection of person and property
havo been as good as here?
The prophecies' of the Chroniolo
are a deliberately set lure, a part of
tho palm to induco this country to
shut its eyes to tho dangers that
wait upon annexation.
Anglo Saxon institutions cau bo
maintained ' only by
people, aud a state composed of them
must depend not upon alien or servile
labor, because a laboriug population
is tho fountain head from
which spring tho gouius and tho
strength of every such state.. , In
climates wfiere tho Anglo-Saxon
cauuot existias a laborer there is no
source from which to rooruit a population
aud maintain the conditions
of equality between labor and its
omployors upon whioh free institutions
must depoud. Where tho climate
forbids such equality tho relations
of capital to labor are thoso of
master to slave, aud you have a state
founded 011 au aristocracy with labor
under its foot'.
All this is demonstrated in Hawaii
to-day. Tho Dole Government is as
far from being a froo Anglo Saxon
state as Russia. It rosts upon the
consent of a less percentage of tho
governed than does tho kingdom of
Dahomey, or tho rulo of auy ohiof
of tho man-eating tribes of tho Congo
basin. Compared to it Persia is
a primitivo domocraey aud Swat a
smiling oommuuo. 6'. F Cull.
Oard of Thanks.
The family of tho lato Major J. P.
Kahalewai bog to retu.rn their
thanks (o the many friouds
who showed their kindness during
tho illuess aud at the funeral of tho
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SATURDAY NIGHT, Nov. 27th,
THE FATAL GABD
Three Sets of Original
Subscribers will bo refunded
couts on each matiuee ticket
calling at Wall, Nichols Co.
HallDBBPrlca,: $1, 75c, 60c and 26c,
A. new let of tlio'Finuat
Autoharps, Guitars, Viollnu, Kto.
Also u new Invoice of tho Celebrated
Specially luaimfacturftl for the troplci..
climate, second to nuno,
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On tho Hawaiian Islands during '.lie last
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Beers, Ale, Winos & Liquors
AT MOST KKAhONAULIS MICKS.
Corner Kintj & Uettiel Street.
IS OlXILiir 03STE
If yon wish to get your
groceries fresh and cheap,
give us a trial and we will endeavor
to show you what we
can do in this line, itfow that
Thanksgiving is drawing near
it will pay you to call and inspect
our stock"! AVe suggest
the following which will help
to m alee a Thanksgiving dinner
Fresh cranberries, and apples,
cramberry sauce in bottles
and tins, guava jelly,
olives, fresh apple cider, fresh
lemons, hams, asparagus,
corn, California and French
peas, boiled cider for making
mince pies, lemon, orange,
citron and mixed peal, spices,
mince meat, Morton's and
Atmoro's plum pudding,
pie fruits, nuts and raiBinB,
Morton's candies, etc., etc.
J. T. Waierhouse. '
QUERN RT WRIST.