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HULWDTiW i WUlSUliULU, Jti. l DECEMBER 11, ibuu.
TIIUIISUAY, DEC. 11, lbUO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tuke KlTrrt OutiitttM- MS, 1800.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu.. U:U 8:45 1 :45 4:'J0f
Arrlvo llonouliuli. 7:2C !):4U 2:4U 5:3Gf
Lcavo llonouliuli. 1 :0 10:rl 3tGl 6:4Gf
Arrive Honolulu.. HM 11:G6 4iCu 0:601
t .Saturdays only
Stmr 0 K Bishop from circuit of Oahu
Suhr Mokuola lioin Kuu
8cbr Alcalde 30 days fainu Port Blukely
Brig Consuulo, Jacobsou, for San
Francisco at 10 a in
Scbr SiiniU S Eliza for Koolau
Schr Luku lor Kobala
Sclir Mary for H aualel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C K Bishop for Wnlauae, Walalua
and Koolau at 9 a m
British S S atrathelyde, White, for San
Gor 8 H Chusau, eudt, for Hongkong
Stmr Jas Mukee for Kapaa and liana-
maulu at 4 p m
From a circuit of Oahu per stuir C"R
Bishop, Dec 10 Mrs (.5 Dannehuuson, J
P Kama, Ding Long and 10 deck.
The stmr O It Bishop arrived last
night from circuit of Oahu with 1065
baa sugar, 300 bags rice and 10 bugs
The bktne Amelia was lowered from
the .Marine Hallway this morning.
The bktne Kilkitat has been moved
into the stream aud is now anchored in
the naval row.
The brig Consuelo, Capt Jaoobsen,
'left this morning for Sun Francisco and
took 7148 bags sugar. Domestic value,
The bktne Planter will go on the Ma
rine railway to-day.
A 3-msted schooner Is off port to-day.
MORE DIPHTHERIA REPORTED. '.
Another case of what is believed
to be diphtheria has appeared in the
Vineyard street house previously
mentioned. The other case looked
so favorable yesterday that it waB
reported in this paper from an un
official source not diphtheria. There
is now another case reported, in a
family living on Beretania street.
H. R. H. the Princess Regent and
His Excellency John A. Cummins
returned yesteiday from attendance
at the Waialua mtive church dedi
cation last Sunday. Revs. C. M.
Hyde, D. D., and O. P. Emerson
assisted in the dedicatory exercises.
The church is a fine wooden struc
ture costing 85200 and is free of
THE TUC ELEU.
The Government tug Eleu having
had her new boiler put in, is having
the carpenter repairs completed at
the Fish Market. There has been
much consequential damage in the
overhauling of the vessel, sound
work in deck and timbers having hud
to be removed to get at extensive
rottenness. The stern has been al
most wholly renewed, also the shear
timber thence to midships, and the
hurricane deck including beams.
Messrs. Sorenson & Lyle, lessees
of the Marino Railway, have the
work in hand, and, owing to other
urgent work, have been unable to
keep as many men on it as might
otherwise have been employed. It
is a job that could not possibly have
been let by contract, as the amount
of repairs necessary could only be
ascertained as the work proceeded.
The entertainment of the Y. M.
C. A. Boys in the Association hall
to-morrow evening will commence
at 7 s30 o'clook. It is for the double
purpose of an evening's enjoyment
and to increase the boys' missionary
fund. The following programmo
will be rendered i
Piano Solo. MIbs May Damon
"Recitation "Catching the Cat"
Miss Ada Whitney.
Vocal Solo Mr. D. G. Morgan
Piano Solo Miss Iiuth Boweu
Recitation. "No Wine at My Wedding"
Miss Evelyn Dexter,
Mandolin t-olo. Miss Le Count
IleolitttIon...."Wieok of tho Hesperus"
Master Harold Dillingham.
Vooal Solo Mr. H. A. Huff
...."Tho Battle Flag at Shenandoah"
Mr. II. W. Peck.
wn nnf J Mb Adelo Wlddcilold
Piano Duet. . . 0Bcar Hcloldi
Vocal Solo Mr. P. It. iBonberg
Admission will bo 50 cents which
includes ice cream and cake served
At tho close of ubovo programme.
Thursday, Deo. 11.
Two 11 nca for drunkenness were
Lauluu, an escaped inmate of tho
Reformatory School, wan sentenced
toMio Imprisoned SO days at hard
IT, , t
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS,
8 Wrtllll'tl 111 llflllHU prtVAtO
Tiik A Hon
incotn to-night for re
Oamkua Club's lantern exhibition
A woman in wanted to lake enro of
children and do chamber work.
Mn. Jab. F. Mono an will hold nn
auction Hide of books next Saturday
A LAiiou meeting will bo bold
Odd Fellow Hull this evening,
7 :3l o'clock.
Mn. Nolto will have fresh fiozon
ftyuters at tho Heaver by thu steamer
The Wilder Steamship Co. Imvo
lesiied a now time canl for the steam
ers Kinau and Clumline.
Tendkks aie asked for supplying
thu Leper Settlement with beef cattle
for a period of six months.
Mit. Juslico McCully will bo the
presiding judge at the next January
term of the Supreme Court.
Tickets for tho Lantern Slido Ex
hibition will be for ealo to-night at
thu door. Be sure and go.
J. J. Williams' photograph gallery
IB now located just back of Thrum's
store. Tho entrance is on Hotel
The stockholders of Paia Planta
tion will meet to-morrow afternoon
at J o'clock, at the ollicu of Castle &
Six Japanese were arrested to-day
charged with violating tho new law,
to regulate the licensing of lodging
Tuesday tho lGth instant is the
laBt day for service of summons re
turnable at the next January term of
tho Supreme Court.
Their Honors tho Justices of the
Supreme Court made an official call
this morning on Her Koyal Highness
the Princess .Regent.
The Htockholders of Haiku Sugar
Co. will meet at the office of Cuotle &
Cooke, at 4 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. A full attendance is desired.
Before nino o'clock this morning
over seventy-five seats were sold for
the Kamehameha Glee Club concert.
Secure one before they are all gone.
The Y. M. C. A. boys have an an
nouncement in another column of a
musical and literary entertainment
with refreshments, to take place to
Mr. N. S. Sachs has opened up an
immense stock of holiday goods of
every variety. Consult his mammoth
advertisement on tho first page, bo
fore laying in Christmas presents.
On Deccmbei 16th, Mr. James F.
Morgan will sell a largo lot of fine
books, suitable for Christmas pres
ents. These are all standard works
and will be sold without reserve to
close a consignment.
Marshal Hopkins held a coroner's
inquest on Naihe, the native -found
drowned. The veidict was that Na
ihe met bis death on tho night of
December 8 by drowning while under
tho influence of liquor.
Return permits to Chinese leaving
by the stunner Cliiihan are being is
sued under the old law. the law of last
session not having yet been publish
ed in both languages. Ihero will be
about seventy permits.
The baseball train will lcavo tho
depot for Pearl City to-morrow
afternoon at 2 :15 o'clock. The Mo
hicans aud Califoruias will be tho
competing nines. Tho faro for tho
round trip will bo 50 cents.
A meeting of the Stcinitz Chess
Club will be held Thursday, Dec.
18th, at 7 :30 p. m., for the purpose of
considering tho advisability of intro
ducing whist into the club. Other
matters of importance will also re
Mr. W. L. Roberts makes his adieu
to the Honolulu public Saturday eve
ning. His health, since he has taken
up his residence in Honolulu,has not
been of tho best and ho will return to
the Coast immediately after his trip
to tho windward islands.
Remember tho box plan for the
salo of seats for Saluiday e veiling's
performance is now open at Thrum's
bookstore, under the energetic man
agement of Mr. J. J. Williams. So
curo your scats early, as this is the
last opportunity of witnessing tho
charming performance of Fauutleroy.
THE LAST CAME.
The Californias will play their
last game Saturday. It Bhoukl be
made a pleasant parting for tho
'Frisco boys by thu public turning
nut in full attendance. Manager
HoogH certainly deserves a "bum
per house" for his enterprise in
bringing a first class team to Hono
lulu, Morris Keoliokalolo has re-organ
ized his nino, ho has retained his
strong players aud bus strengthened
his weak spots. Ills nine, as an
nounced, will be known u,d t,hp "Now
Huwaiis,'' and they will try to take
thu last gaiuo from the visitors,
Tho general Improvement made by
the homo teams since playing with
tho Californias has shown itself In
the Inst (wo games played, and cs.
peclttlly in ye&tcrduy's game,
Dims and Meek will bu the pitch'
ers for tho Now Hawaii; Culilll unri
Farrt'll for thu Clfornliw,
Splciidid Start Spoiled,
All Honolulns Ahead Half the
But Bronk Bndly tho Lnttor
Throe Rooord of
Tho reserved seats showed tho
only group of any donejty in the
stand yesterday, tho seats to tho
right and left having only a sprinkl
ing of spectators. High cool winds
prevailed and robbed the occasion
of some of the usual cheer,
besides making' some difficulties for
the players in the arena. Fly and
foul balls would describo fantastic
curves that baffled the most skilful
catchers to intercept at times. Mr.
J. W. Winter was umpire behind
the bat.. Some of his strike calls
were considered by experts in the
stand to be rather liberal to tbe
batteries. Mr. Coyne, umpire in
the Held, caused dissatisfaction by
changing his decision from ' safe"
to "out" in the case of Lucas at
second in the eighth inning, when
the pitcher was understood by many
to have balked and gone out of his
box as well. Chandler replaced
Thompson at abort, and was replaced
by Conradt at center, in tho Hono
lulus. RECORD Or THE OAMK.
1 All Honolulus to the bat.
Chan. Wilder hit the second ball
pitched away to the left overhead
and made his second base, reached
third on a single by W. Lucas, and
home on a throw to second. Lucas
stole second, reached third on a
muffed ball at that point, and home
on a wild throw to third. Parker
was put out at first by Reilly, even
with lost time by a fumble. Whit
ney tapped the ball a few yard in
side the left line, and made first by
the pitcher's falling, but was put
out at second on Chandler's hit,
after Luahiwa had made three in--effectual
waves of the hickory. 2.
Cahill, base hit, stole second,
homo on rlulen's single and Con
radt' 3 fumble, after Farrell had
struck out. Hulen stole second and
third, and Powers, base on balls,
stole second. Sharp bit a fly to
Chandler, who next cut Reilly off at
2. Carter, three strikes; Con
radt, fly to Creamer, and Wode
bouse, three strikes, were out in
quick succession. 0, total 2.
Creamer got first on Luahiwa's
letting the ball roll between his legs,
second on passed ball, but Wilder
made up for that by nailing him at
third. Leveque, base on balls, stole
second. Ward could not meet
Lucas' elusive drops over the plate,
and Cahill sent a fly to Whitney.
0, total 1.
S. Wilder was put out by Le
veque on a hit, Lucas tipped to
Ward, and Parker swung tho bat
wildly three times. 0, total 2.
Farrell was let to first by Chand
ler's muff, but Wilder sent tho ball
hurtlint; ahead of him to Whitney at
second. Hulen could not see three
fair balls. Powers, base on balls,
to third on base hit by Sharp, who
stole second, but both were left by
lightning work of the battery on
Reilly. 0, total 1.
4. Whitney ran fast, but Hulen
threw to first ahead of him. Lua
hiwa again hit wildly at balls be
yond his reach. Chandler got to
first by Powers fumbling the ball to
everybody's astonishment, then al
lowed himself to be caught napping
in the face of the keenest vigilance.
0, total 2.
Creamer rolled the ball to Park
er'B feet aud retired. Leveque real
ized that Lucas can pitch a decep
tive ball. Ward received a pitched
ball in the stomach, aud lay down
on bis faco with a groan. Ho soon
recovered and stole second, which
he would not have done only that
Wilder was holding the ball, await
ing a decision on a claimed third
strike of Cahill. Cahill, getting the
decision in his favor, hit a single
and brought Ward home, and then
Farrell went down bofore Lucas'
finest art. 1, total 2.
5. Carter hit ineffectually at
Leveque's curves. Conradt made a
single, but was forced out on hit by
Wodchouso, whom Wilder sent to
second, and who got home on a wild
throw from Ward to third, which
lot Wilder to third, but Lucas fell a
victim to his own medicine adminis
tered by Levcquo. 1, total 8.
Hulen started tho first leather-
hunting picnic of the day by a sin
gle bunt, stole eccond und got to
third on Power's single aided by
Luahiwa's slow woik throwing to
first, and caino home on Sharp's
single Powers niadu second on a
throw to third from first, third on
Sharp's hit, und home on Creumer'a
out nt first from Whitney, after
Reilly had fanned tho gain three
times. Sharp stole second, advanced
on Creamer, and cutnu homo while
Levcquo ran on an .tuicought third
strike, 'urd hit tho bull tins tlmu,
but'Clmndler'got it In abuad of him.
U, total 6,
fi.Pnikpr, bnno on bnlli, forced
out on Whllnoy's hit, Whitney,
t-ceontl on Chnudlrr's tingle, third
on throw to Ami. I.unhiwa repented
hid wcll-prncllbcil "striker out" nt t
Chandler stolo second, but Cm Hi
failed to touch three fair halls, hav
ing the two men on bases. 0, (total
Calilll got first on Wliitiuy'i
amusing himself fondling the ball,
got second on llulcn's running on
strikes, after Farrell had given Cur
Ut a good catch. Power's foul
dropped within Luahina'i g asp,
and Carter received an nerial mes
senger from Sharp. 0, total fi.
7. Conradt and Wodehousu went
out at fit st, from third mid second
basemen respectively. Wiltler's fly
to right was caught by Cahill on the
run. 0, total 3.
Reilly was dropped by a throw to
Parker from Lucas. Creamer made
a base hit, in spite of a brilliant
stop and throw by Chuntller, but
Lucas cut off his career in stealing
second. Leveque took three pills
from tho box with good grace. 0,
8.- Lucas was hit by pitcher, and
put out by the same functionary at
second. Parker hit to Leveque,
intercepted him by throwing to
Powers. Whitney sent a fly to
Reilly's receptive clutches. 0,total
Ward hit a fly to Lucas, and then
Cahill started another lively chase
after the sphere, making a base hit,
followed by Farrell the same, u two
bagger by Hulen, and singles by
Powers and Sharp, all scoring except
the last, who vainly thought to make
a two-baser. Reilly got to first on
a muff by Chandler, to third on a
single by Creamer, who stole second,
but both were left by Leveque's tlv
to Carter. 4, total 9.
9. Luahiwa failed to break his
record for the game of three strikes.
Chandler hit a fly into tho box.
Carter's fly wob caught by Hulen,
who let the ball drop, but it was no
use Conradt immediately went out
at first. 0, total 3.
Californias, inning to spare, with
a score of 9.
WOMAN to take care of children
CX. and to do chamburwork. Annlv
at this office
73 J 2w
A GIRL (German preferred) to do
general housework in a Bmall
private family, must bo over 16 years of
age. Apply at thin office. 738 6t
AMEKTING will be held at Odd
Fellows' Hall, at 7 :30 o'clock P.
M , on THUSRL1AY, December 11th,
for the purpose of forming a Local La
bor Assembly. Any person of good
moral character over 18 years engaged
in any trade or culling ineligible to be
come a member, with the exception of
lawyers, bankets, stockbiokeis, profes
sional gamble b, piofosMotial politi
cians, or person cngaired In any way In
the liquor bualm-s-. Visiting und resi
dent members of the K. of L. are cor
dially invited to attend.
732 n J. E. SHEAIIAN.
From and after this date, a Regular
Froight Train will loave Honolulu for
Honouliuli and way Stations, Eveuy
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock A. M.
BJ& Hereafter no Froight will bo
received for shipment, by Passengor
Trains, oxcopt by special arrange
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. Q. Ashley, Supt.
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1890. 730 lm
Having removed our BODA WORKS to more eommodioui quurlr nt
IVo. 29 FOJEfX1 ftSrJ?IJfc:AaT,
(Near the Custom House)
We aro now prepared to furnish nt short notice, and of prims quality, any
of tho fallowing High Class Aerated Bcvuragc :
Plain, Sweet, Leino, Strawberry er
Sarsapnrilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Grab
lining exclusively tho HYATT 1'UitE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, 11. I
Importers, Wholesale & Mail
By each uleiimnr of tho O, 8. 8, Co, from California fresh California Roll
Butter, Frozen Oyutom and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc , elc, A noinploiu lino of Ons & IHiickwell'H & J, T. Morton'H Canned
&. Untiled OuoiIh alwayn on hand. Also, jiml rt'cciwd u (renh line of German
Pule and Potted MenU und Buttled I'i ctcrved 1'iulU, LcwIh &. Cii.'s Malteno
Brand Sugar Cured JlaniH and Bacon, Now Bicakfast Contain, Creum Oat
Flukes and Cream Wheat Flukes, Sicily Lciiiomh and California ltivorvldu
Oranges, Oregon Burliauk Potatoes, Etc, Etc, Etc,
HiitiMiftotioii G utirjLii ceqid.
BASE BALL !
At Pearl City I
On FRIDAY, Dec. 12,
A MATCH GAME OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Oigaulzed In Man Francisco by Mr.
Frank L Hoogs and t composed of the
very bent of IJuse Hall Players especially
selected for tho Hawaiian Tom)
AND TIIK CLUII OK THE
IT. S. S. ." Mohioan."
VST The Base Bull Train will leave
Honolulu at 2:30 o'clock v. m., and re
turn to Honolulu at 5 o'clock 1. m.
PO PILLAR RATES:'
Tickets for Round 'flip Including the
Buso Ball Game:
Mil Hiliiay Silts!
I have just received a laigc assortment
of "New Goods aultablo for w cddlng and
holiday gifts, consisting of tbe follow
In all styles and iiualllles;
In the newest patterns;
Aften.ouii Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Lineo,
Fancy Linen Cloth in lets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all sizes with Napkins to match
design, etc., etc., etc.
R5T Theso Goods aro all Imported by
me direct from the manufacturers and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction to
W. C. SPIIOUI..L.
BY a single gentleman a
Small Furnished Uot-
I tage. Address "N.,," this
-1'. O. Dox 297.
Dealers In Groceries
IT TRADE J
New Goods !
MESSRS. KING BROS.
Altn MOW J'KEl'AllBI) TO HIIOW THE VERY 11E8T ASSORT
MENT OF PUBLICATIONS IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Etc., Etc.
Also, choice lino of
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Piotures.
For those desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they kavo to oiler
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS ! '
By Jules Tevernler, Jos. 1). Strong, D. Howard Hitchcock, R. C. Barnfiold
and others, beside a great variety by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who has
produced the finest Christmas Cards of a Hawaiian Naturo over offorcd to
the public of Honolulu. .
Among other things, they have to ofl'cr a vary choice line of
LADIES' & GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Cigarette Cases,
Letter Books, Bill Books, Card Cases, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc:
Also, a very lino line of
I?lu.mli Goods, IPlusli Goods,
Toilet 8ts, Manacure Sets, Shaving Sets, Jewel Cases,
Glove, Handkcichiei &. Color Boxes, Work Boxes, Etc., Etc.
A very fine assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitable for Christmas presents. They have
Over 2S0 Varieties of ModIoIis for Picture Frames,
Which they are making up cheaper than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatly reduced prices.
PARLOR EASELS, in Oak, Cherry, Bamboo, BrasB, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great variety at lowest prices.
gjW Remember 1 There is nothing better than a well-selected Picture
to oiler an a Christinas present, and KINO BROS, is the place to go for tho
best. 725 lm
NOW IS TEE TIME !
Society of the
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a fow of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and 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.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and . iU
(From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest BusineBS Ever Transacted by a Life Ahhut-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quartor of the present year is reported to exceed Fibtt
Million Dollaus. This is at the rale of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.
"Information cheerfully furnnhed to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Soolety
of the U. S. Jan-l-9t
EGAN dc GU3ST W
Kintr Htroot Near Fort,
(Next to U. E. Mclntyre's)
Having Removed Temporarily Will Open on MONDAY, Nov. 24th,
WITH A CHOICE LINE OF
Dry & Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Etc
f0 NEW GOODS just received in all departments ex-bark "W. B
Godfrey" and "S. S. Australia."
-TTT - i - n i j. -..ii... -.,..-.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
LJVl INE3W YJEAJR.
,1 5 0 FAT aN-FKD
- EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
Telephones, No. U'J.-
Chas. Hustace, King Street.
Having leaned thu uIoich in the brick building know,n as tlip(
"Lincoln Block," nearly oppouilu thu old utaud,and lmvinjulUpoiied
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late flniiwJlLeiuu
in receipt of New (Joodu per lust uteumer, and more ouufr way, 1
am piepared to till all orilerH as before. Thanking tlur public for
the iiberul patronage beolowod on me for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to till ordcru to merit a continuance of thu
aunio. At the new stiuul shall bu plcauud to sou all my old cut
toiuura, mid an many now ones as may II nd it to their advantage tp
all, lluiid order nolloitod and faithfully executed.
OHAB, 1IU8TAOE, t
The additional foa'
HENRY DAVIS A CO.,
Mo. Oa Fort tdtrooi
-P. O. Box 372.