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WHDNKKDAY, UKU. fl, IHDO.
, m ARRIVAIS.
Htinr i A ('iiiniiilim fmm Wnlnimmln
Sohr Kiiwnllunl (rout wilnti
Hclir Motwuliliic frmn llnniuKtm
Bchr llnk'nUlu liom llllo
Brig Ooiuuelu, Juciibsoti, lUJft iluyi
II 1) M S Nyuiptic from n vitiUe
Htiiir luiilitnl for l.nliattm nml Minim
um nt U) 11 III
Sclir Ku Mill fur lliiiimkuii
Si'hr .tiny K Filer fin K111111I
liktnu Mmy Wliikelnmn, N Nlssou, for
CAflCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
V 0 Hull :IS71 bug sugar, 8.') bags
Uttll, III) IlllgS COfft'C. 'J.I lll'tlll CIlttlK
It I 111 111" pkgS AUllllllCS.
Mol Wnhlno-aioo lings sugar.
From M mil nml Hawaii pur stiiir W
G Hull, I)pu2 IIIhKx A I' IWivon,
HN lllllHM OIllef.JllMlcOA F.JUllll, Mll8-
ter.ludd, lliiiiiuul Mis A Rixa, Henry
tiiulth, lion L W 1 ICuiHMilll, W 0 Aehf,
O Mfliiecke, T B llmtnmn, Y Alim,
Mis. I Kalmhiwai, K ICobeya, Mia 'I' O
Wills, Mm Shaw, Col NiiiMH mill 2
For Kauai pi'r stinr Mlkiih.ilu Dec 2 -L
1) Spuneor.E K Blrrll,Kev A N Klsh
ur, l)r Campbell nml wife, Mr Kuloor,
Miss I'ulcnnpa and 40 duck.
ror Muni pcrHtinr Cliuullno Deo 2
J U ICuwiilnul ivntl wife, It W Meyer,
Miss II Davis, Mrtieliollz inn) ill) deck.
ThoschrMol Wiihlnu which 111 rived
lust evening from lluiniikuii, Hawaii,
In might 1100 bags of sugar.
'1'liu brig Oonsuolo, (Japt Jacobson,
ai rived this moriilni: ID1,,, days fioin
Man Francisco. Itongli weather all
tlnoiigh the pass.ige. she brought 11
full cuigo of gunuiul merehaiidlsu, In
cluding: 557 bags bran, (171(1 lbs biuml,
10 cases elguis. 10 coIIh rope, 225 lbs
dry fruit, 217 bids Hour, 1)07 lbs llsli,
20,250 lbs fertilizer, 281 packages glass
ware, 118 bides hay, 1114 pkgshurdwaro,
1400 ibs beans, 050 cases keroseuu oil,
25 cases liquor, 110 bills leather, H5 bbls
lime, 118 bugs oats, 150 bags meal, 172
casus salmon, 74 buls paper, 85 boxes
raisins, 270 boxes soap, 20S'J lb hIii Imps,
1500 lbs tea and 1800 packages BUudrics.
HUM a Nyinpho returned to poi t
yesterday after 11 cinlsc of ') days.
KAPIOLANI HOME TROUBLES.
Uotcotlou uud I'uulHliuinnt ot Home
of the OiruudcvH.
Mr. C. B. lloynolds, agent of the
Hoard of Ileal tli, lay in wait Friday
night close to tlio Knpioluni Home
to intercept the intruders who had
for botno time been infesting the
place. Two young native men camo
along and, after exchanging signals
with the inmates, got over the fence
into the enclosure. In fifteen min
utes they camo out and Mr. Rey
nolds sprang at them. He held one
by a guitar slung to the fellow's
neck, but the fellow snapped the
sling uud escaped while Mr. Rey
nolds was trying to seize his com
rade. President Dayton and Mr. Rey
nolds held an investigation, ut which
Ave of the gals confessed to
inviting and admitting the gallants.
They were sent home to the houses
of friends who were willing to re
ceive them, and a Portuguese ser
vant girl who hud acted as a go-between
was also dismissed.
Acting on the information gained,
Mr. Reynolds had four or five boys
arrested, and four of them were
convicted and sentenced to 1)0 days
each this morning. The girls can
didly admitted their collusion with
the intruders, specifying to which of
them certain of the boys were lovers.
MISSION TO JAPAN.
lion, l'aul Neumann tiooM to Jupau
lu the Intercut ol Kiabor Mupply,
By tho B, S. Rio do Janeiro Hon.
Paul Neumann will leave for Japan
on behalf of His Majesty's Govern
ment and tho planters, to endeavor
to bring about a renewal and modi
fication of the existing labor conven
tion with thut country, Mr. G, O,
Naenyamn, inspector-general of
Japanese immigrants, will accom
pany Mr. Neumann us interpreter.
Mr. R. W, Irwin, Hawaiian Consul
Gcnerul at Toldo, will be authorized
to negotiato such amended conven
tion as the Japancso Government
may bo pleuscd to uccept.
LUMBER FOR PEARL CITY.
. Several recent purchasers shipped
this morning to I'eurl City four car
loads of lumber for fencing nnd
l)iildinu pm poses. One cnterpiis-
fug Honolulu citl,en will build u
utublo at Pearl City immediately and
go Into tlio hauling business at that
placo, He Iiuh already shipped lum
ber truckB and will tuko down sev
eral draft-horses to-day or to mor
row. Another lurge lot of lumber
will go to the now town site by tho
first freight leaving to-morrow inoin-
Next Saturday afternoon at 15 : IT)
o'clock we will have the cliauce to
see the most exciting gume of the
present season. The Californias
will play the "All IIoiiolulus." The
lutter club will comprlso a picked
nine composed of the best boll play
ers In our local league. A strong
game should bo put up on both
bides. Reserved seuls can be had
at the Hawaiian News Co.'b store,
iUunisn iiiitHornii foiiHli pnt.
No ntn.v nl
Hid Itio do Janeiro nl
'I'iik lntrat dmwltig of tint wntah
lllllb id Illllltlllllt'Cll 111 till Iwill'.
'I'MK Cnlliolin Liulltt' lluniivnlnul
Knoluly nii'iit at llio Uonwml
1'ilday itftoninun nl '! o'clock.
Hmiikkii million Ih n novol diriirnny
highly rcconiiiiuiuU'd, to be luul uttliu
Central Market, Nuuamt street.
Tiik Intermediary Court will sit
to-morrow, Inning one oiimimtl nml
tliri'u civil cases on Ihu caluiidar.
Mit. V. Juried Sheldon Ints been
appointed a CuMotn House guard
instead of Mr, John Good, resigned.
Gait. Jackbon of Hie Consuelo
which arrived this morning spoke
tlio U. S. Kingship Charleston on
Friduy, and all well on board.
TilKHtfiiinur V. G. Hall brought
word that Judge Geo. Richardson of
Walluku and Deputy Sliorill' S. b
Chilling win tli of Makuwao were both
very ill at latest accounts.
llANUiciurT for November ih out.
It contains articles on "A l'rac
lice Heboid" and "Kxercises with the
riiuiii" together with the usual edito
rial notes, uunouncemenlu, etc.
Mit. John Cahhidy, tho veteran
"lineman," bus been appointed in
spector of olei'tric lights and is at
work day and night unraveling the
causes of tho system's inollleiency.
MltH. Tiiomah V. Evkuktt, wife of
tho Sheriir of Maui, died at Wui
kanu on Monday, Dee. 1, of dysen
tery. This news by tho steamer W.
G. Hall was a painful stirpiise to the
friendH of tho highly esteemed lady.
Majoii J. II. Woimiiousic, Biitisb
Commiftsinnor and Cousul-Gcueral,
who olllciully visited the Molokui
leper settlement in tlio warship
Nyinpho lust week, reports every
thing quiet at the place and untici
putes no renewal of the recent trou
bles. Mil. Tiiomah Smith, foreman
moulder of tho Honolulu Iron Works,
is recovering slowly fioin the eHoets
of bis severe burning in the face last
week. Dr. MoWiiyno has taken a
piece of iron from one of his eyes,
and his sight will not be permanent
Tin: Kamelnuni'ha Gleo Club will
give u concert for tho benefit of tho
Kaniehameha School Athletic Asso
ciation at tho Hawaiian Opera House
on tho 15th inst. Tho club will be
assisted by Mobsis. J. V. Yarndley,
Oscar Herold and l'aul It. Isenberg.
Reserved seats will bo on sale on
Thursday morning, Dec. 11th, at
Benson, Smith & Co.'s Btoro.
The house of Mr. E. Brumaghim.
operator of tlio Mutual Telcphouo
Co., on Emma street, near Punch
bowl, was entered last night in the
absence of himself and his wife, and
twenty dollars in silver was stolen.
The house wus thoroughly ransack
ed, the clothing being strewn about,
but nothing else than the money is
missing. The gang of thieves is
evidently at work ugain after a short
Mr. Williams will sell the reserved
scats nt Thrum's book store on ac
count of the removal of his building.
He reports u big demand for seats.
In the cast appear the numes of Dr.
Nichols nnd Miss Ruth Ward. There
is great curiosity to see them tread
the boards and face the glow of
footlights. They will have a great
number of friends present to urge
them on. Seats can be had to-morrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
LARGE RESERVOIRS BUILDING.
The O. It. & L. Co. havofor some
past time had a gang of men build
ing a largo reservoir for stock in the
Waianao mountains. The men have
now been at work ovw five weeks
and tho reservoir will be completed
in about ten duytt,
As Boon as the Waianue reservoir
is finished work will bo immediately
commenced on the new reservoir
situated just back of Pearl City,
Tliis reservoir, as mentioned a few
days ago, will hold 10,000,000 gal
lons of water, and when completed
will aupplytho lower reservoir near
Pearl City, now supplied by a moun
tain reservoir three and a half miles
The now siteen-inllllpu-gqllon
reservoir is situated 190 feet ubovo
the sea lpvel and 100 feet above the
smaller reservoir. It will be con
structed by running an immense
dnm between tho points of two
bluffs, thereby forming a large en
WliONKSDAT, Dec. 8.
Alii, Moses Liilii, Kulnwaia and
Wllllnm Joe, for violating Cliap.
40, Laws of 1880, by being found
by night without lawful excuse in or
upon the enclosed yard or houses of
the Kapiolanl Home In Honolulu,
were each sentenced to 90 days' im
prisonment ut hard labor and pay
Ah Chup had to pay $5 including
costs for assault.
Three bails were forfeited nnd one
reprimand administered for drunk
enness, Two native girls wore reprimand
ed for truancy and discharged,
An Important Invention by a
Kona Coffee Grower,
It May Revolutionize tlio Ha
waiian Coffoo Industry.
Tlio most important of the "do
ings lu Kona" now is being carried
on at the workshop of Mr. John
Costa. If it is not gcnerallv known,
it ought to be, that Mr. Costa has
succeeded in putting up a valuable
addition to the list of useful inven
tions, in the shape of a mill for
cleaning coffee. A patent 1ms been
taken out on the machine. In this
section of the country where coffee
growing seems capable of indefinite
expansion, Mr. Costa's invention
must prove of great utility. The
processes of husking the benn and
netting it ready for market, have
heretofore proved exceedingly te
dious, and of a primitive character.
Tlio coffco as taken from the trees
is dried in the sun until the outer
shell becomes quite crisp. It is
then pounded in bulk with mallets
or run over by heavy wheels opeta
ted by horse power. Then comes
tho winnowing, after which it ii
supposed to be ready for market. A
very troublesome part of the pro
cess is getting rid of the line inner
membrane that, after all the husk
ing and winnowing, is apt to stick
to tho bean, giving it a rather un
coffeo like appearance. To subject
it to tho necessary prcssuro by tho
ordinary processes to remove this
membrane is liable to break the
beans to pieces. Mr. Costa's ma
chine, however, has an ingenious
arrangement for cleaning off this
coating without any breakage. The
coffee goes into the hopper in the
husk and comes out, after various
evolutions under the cylinders, in
perfect marketable condition. The
power required for running the mill
can be supplied for a short time by
one man, two men are required to
run it. The capacity of the machine
is from a hundred to a hundred and
fifty pounds of clean coffee per
hour. The machine is not large.
In external appearance, it reminds
one of the old fashioned barn floor
"fanners" at tho turning of which
"yours truly" often bent himself
for many long hours, in years gone
by. The whole outfit can be eusily
moved about from one plantation to
another when required. Great
credit is due the inventor for his
perseverance in getting up the ma
chine as well as for success fully
solving the difllcullics connected
with coffee cleaning.
The honorables W. H. Rice and
Henry Watcrhouse have been doing
Kona for a day or two and are now
en route overland, to Ililo.
Nov. 27, 1890.
NOW TELL US!
Have you ever heard a
Gloe Club Concert?
Do you know that one has
Never been given in Honolulu?
A Concert for tho Benefit of the
Will bo glvou by tlio
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB !
Yiir.idlry, Oaear Harold and
l'aul II. iMenlierjf,
Min Open lloosc,
Monday, aJec. 15, 1890.
YodeW it College Glees of all sort
will Tie given,
fif- Reserved scuts forsulo on Thurs
day morning, Dec. 11th, 0 a. m at
Benson, Smith & Co.'s. 72(1 td
II. i) WfOllftLAN
Watch 6 Club!
If you ure thinking of joining a Club,
do not delay, but join now uud hceuro
Monday afternoon, December 1st, the
following drew their Watches :
Cl.un I Member No. '20,
Ol.VU a Member No. f2.
Cluh 8 Member No, 17.
Cl.im 4 Member No, 1.
Cl.un 6 Member No. a.
Ci.un 0 Member No. V2.
Wo Have a Few More Places Opon !
jjQr Parties living otiuddu of Hono
lulu desiring to join one of the Cliibx
can make their paymontH by mall.
DaT Tlicso watchen are cased lu Holld
14 Karat Gold, with tine full Jeweled
Walthum Movements, and ure war
ranted to be accurate time plecei.
II. P. WICHMAN, Prop.
J. A. J.UOKETT, Manager. 7M 4t
New Goods !
MESSRS. KING BKOS.
AUK MOW rilBl'AHKl) TO HHOW TIIK VERY BEST ASSORT
MEN I OF I'WIU.IOATiONK IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a choice line of
Hunt's & de G-rafl's Pastel Pictures.
For those desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they hue to otter
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS !
By Jules Tovernier, Jos. 1). Strong, U. Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Barntield
and others, beside u gieut variety by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who has
pioduced the finest Christinas Cards of u Hawaiian Nature ever ollercd to
the public of Honolulu.
Among other things, iliuy have to oiler a vory choice line "of
LADIES' & CENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, I'oeket Hooks, Cigar Casc, Cigarette Cases,
helier Books, Bill Books, Card Cases, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc.
Also, a very lino line of
Jflu.fl!. GJ-ooclw. Xluwli Ooocls!,
Toilet Sets, Manaeuro Sols, Shaving Sets, .Towel Cases,
Glove, Handkerchief it Color Boxes, Work Boxes, Etc., Etc.
A very lino assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitublo for Christmas presents. They havo
Over 2S0 Varieties of Hulls for Picture Frames,
Which tboy aro making up cheapor than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatly reduced pi ices.
PAIU.OU EASELS, in O.ik, Cherry, Bamboo, Urass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great variety at lowest prices.
Remember l There is nothing bettor than a well-selected Picture
to otlor as a Christinas present, and
Base Ball Grounds !
AS-Outva op en nt ii o'cloelt.-QI
Fourth Game, To-day,
AT 3:30 O'CMKIK,
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized In Pan Francisco by Mr.
Frank I., iloogs and Is composed of tho
very best of Baso Hull I'luyeis cpeciul
ly selected for tho Hawaiian Tour)
AND TIIK OI.U11S OF Till:
Saturday Afternoon, Next,
December 0th :
(The "All IIouoluluc" will comprise a
nine picked f iom the Hawaiian
PRICES of ADMISS'ON:
Reason Tickets (Including ieerv-
ed scat) t) liO
Single Admission ,, fill
Keserved Chabs lu UiiinU Stand
Iffir N. B. No cbargo for eaniago
ES? Itcscrvcd geaU on sale at the
Hawaiian News Co, 724 Iw
America's JUt Glfkd Child Actress I
Tint Greatest .on Pauutleioy on
Supported by an Excellent Company,
The following strong bill will be pie
sented: First production in (Ids city
of the Charming Sketch t
(Ah produced at the Lyceum Thea
tre, New York).
OLIVE BERKLEY : ; usEdltlm
Last ' o Acts of
LIT TLB LORD FAUNTLEROY I "
OLIVE IJEHKLKY ; : iiHCedilii
(Little Lord Fuuulleroy).
Jf Halo of sruU will commence
Thui stluy morning, at V o'clock, at
Thrum's Book Ktorp.' Mr. J. J. Wil
liams will direct Ihu ifal,u, Vl lw
New Goods !
KING BROS, is the place to go for tho
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
On THURSDAY, Dec. 4th,
A.'X' 8 I. ML.,
Mr. F. M. ENGLISH, B. A.,
Will deliver a lecture on
Selections from the vocal ami Instru
mental works of the composer
will be performed.
Osif" A choir of 10 voices will rcuUer
W Tickets for
and tin- Y. M. C. A.
i no ContH,
salu at Hook Stores
Hull. Doois open at
ACO'lT OE of 4 Rooms
and Kitchen, situated
on Beretanla street, above
the Honolulu Rllles Armory. Apply to
Mits. J.H.BRUNS, Jr.,
720 liu No. 7 Chaplain Lane.
w A VLRY Convenient uud
tffcla Jrx Desirable Cottage fur
2m nished or unfurnished, near
the old buseball ground at Maklkl Ap
ply at OULICK'S AGENCY,
07fi tf 38 Merchant stieet.
or near town, a I.nrge
Unfurnished Room or
Detucbi'd Building with north
a painting room. Address
SUITE of Three Nicely
V Furnished Rooms, two
bedrooms and nurlor. on
Punchbowl street near Puluce Walk
suitable for two
001 tf II. F. HEBBARD,
HOUSE TO LET
Beretanla street, near
Pllknl street. contain-
In e: 5 rooms, bathroom and
ntiutry. Lot 15 ft, front, 100 ft, deep.
House In pel feet order. Rent reason
able. Apply to
Mua. 0. Yf, KINGSLEY,
724 lw 110 King atreet.
LOHT or STOLEN
NK Brown Sorrel
sninll "m" on neck.
Finder will bu suitably
- rewarded by ri'turn-
Ing same to
2 M 11,011 Cows, nearly
stock. Apply to
I RS. OSliORN K will hold a sale of
1YJL herFanev Woik on WEDNES
DAY and THURSDAY, Dec. ard uud
4th, from 9 o'clock a. m. to fi o'clock
1'. si., at her residence, Fort street, op
posite Chinese Church. 7U1 at
COLUMBIA 8ufrty Bicycle. In irood
J oidor, for kale cheap. Apply this
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honds, nnd upon
iuru oi insurance goci Willi every Kona.
Tho following are a few of tho many attractive forms offered -by this
original nnd progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " '
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS. '
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April Mh, 1890.)
Tho Lar&ost Business Ever Transacted by a Life Ansur-
The now business of tho Equitablo Life Assuranec Society of Now
York for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fikty
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor tho year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
6Tlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllco.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agont for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-9G
Having removed our SODA WOHKS to more commodious quarter at
IVo. SO POKT SL,i liHS'T,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now preptued to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Bevurages:
Plan, Sweet, Lnii, SlMkrrv or Cream
Sarsaparilla, SarBaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PUJtE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLI8TER & CO
FOKT STRMET. ::::::
Telephones, No. 119.-
Ohas. Hustace, King Street.
Having leased the stores in tho brick building known us the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old stand, nnd having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by tho late lire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more ou the way, I
am prepared to fill all orders as luifore. Thanking the public "for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for tho past seven years, I
hope by prompt uttention to all orders to merit u continuance of tho
siuno. At tho now stand shall be pleased to see nil my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders boliuitcd and faithfully executed.
BARGAINS ! -
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that In consequence of exteuslvo repnlrs to their building, muy
are Removing their stocks of Goods to tho
IMfolWERINY -:- BLOCK.
88f During removal, in order lo save expense of handling "
Tlicir Eire Stt Is OfH at Miceil Rales
a'O THE TRADE I
t2T Persons requiring anything
New Goods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
You can find the
Leading s Millinery : House
Chas. J. Fishol, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sto.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
AND IS JEW YH3A.1HL
1 50 FAT COIMMM5D 5 0
J-LY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
terms. The additional fea
-P. 0. Box 372.
: - BARGAINS I
their Hue will llnd this a specially favor-
New Goods !
fresh Invoices ure on tlio war.
Latest Styles of
& Children s Hats,
No. aa "ort Mtruut