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Auctioneer Morgan ha gone to
E. D. Baldwin, the Hilo surveyor,
is with us.
A number of Hawaiians left by
V. Bruner, road supervisor
of the big island, is in the city.
Miss "Leta Wilder has returned
from a short sojourn on Hawaii.
More lady bugs came to Commissioner
Marsden by the Peking.
D. B. Smith, of shoe fame, has
returned from a business trip to
Company F left on a three days
march to the other side of the
Spreckels' sugar refinery at Sau
Francisco has closed down, throwing
700 men out of work temporarily.
Z. 0. Hall Sr Son are agents for
the celebrated Perkins windmill
and Gould pumps.
Judge Bickerton has been attacked
with pneumonia, and is in
a critical condition. -
C Bosse, of Hackfeld's, leiVfor
the Coast by the Peking. He'will
be away a month or more.
Dr. E. A. Ingersoll and daughter,
W. A. Gassman were passengers
by the Martha Davis.
Three hundred additional Chinese
laborers are expected from the
Orient by the next steamer.
... J. W. Bersstroni leaves for Pais
tins afternoon to repair the pipe
organ in the toreigu church at that
Miss Marion Kelley has accepted
a position in the Foreign Orfice
as stenographer and typewriter to
James Osborne, an experienced
musician from San Francisco, has
lately joined the Hawaiian Band
as baritone player.
Cumberland coal, the best ever
brought to the islands, is for sale
by the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Henry S. Townsend. principal of
Lahainaluna school and editor of
the Progressive Educator, came
down bv the Claudine.
Miss M. A. Titcomb, of Kauai, is
in the city. The lady is in poor
health and comes to receive medical
attention. She is stavinc at
W. R. Sims, bookkeeper for the'
Wilder Steamship Company, is
slowly recovering from a severe
attack of malarial fever. He will
leave tomorrow for the volcano.
The lawn social inaugurated by
the ladies of the First Methodist
Church Friday afternoon, and continued
in the evening, proved a
success from both a social and
financial point of view.
The Young Hawaiians Institute
will hold a special meeting this
evening. A resolution of condol1
ence over the death of Henry Kaia,
a prominent member of the organization,
will be adopted.
Ernplovees of the Honolulu Iron
Works, with their wives, will be
entertained next Saturday, at the
Waikiki residence of Alex. Young,
the occasion being the annual feast
given by that gentleman.
The entire membership of the
Kawaiahao Seminary -visited the
KDohana Art League yesterday.
Others that have attended are the
Punahou preparatory, Royal and
High schools. All other schools
will be invited in turn.
Miss Ingersoll, who arrived from
the Coast on the Martha Davis, is
a violinist of merit. She will take
part in Wray Taylor's concert ior
the benefit of the lepers on the
14th. -Dr. and Miss Ingersoll are
guests of Mrs. C. Wall. Beretania
Stockholders of the People's Ice
Company met yesterday. It was
concluded to purchase the output of
ice from the Hawaiian Electric
"Company at $6 per ton. an agreement
being reached for the People's
company not to raise the price of
ice to consumers.
The schools of Honolulu are very
full and the attendance is
good. Since the cholera very i
little sickness ha; prevailed among
the voung people, and the long vacation
has benefited both teachers
,th raraik Anglican Church
Chronicle for December. J
Word has been received from W.
Lau Yen ocers a reward of $100 1
for information that will lead to; H, Conev,a member of the
arrest and conviction of the fonalstan of this paper, now on; a
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partv or parties responsioie
- .. - . i- vth U cwmlinT riieasant davs in
reDort that .Lau v,nong,uia u'"i - e , -
.r?t . . .,! nr? PTTiloration -of the sur
had been beheaded for complicity
in the revolution now going on in
China- A letter was received from
Lau Chons at Hongkong on November-
15th, saying he was well
and attending to the procurement
of Chinese laborers for the plantations.
Mrs. Edward Booth, sister of Dr.
Bzodie and wife of one of the editors
of the S. F. Keport, arrived by
Mrs. T. K. Foster. Mrs. V. Ward,
Misses A. and K. Ward were registered
at the Baldwin Hotel' on
The Palace candy store has not
given up. the sale of newspapers
aud periodicals, as was recently
stated. Mr. K am say still haudles
all the Coast publications.
Minister Hatch and family have
arrived in Washington. Ex-Minister
Castle will undoubtedly remain
in that city during the first
weeks of the Congressional session.
Two shocks of earthquake were
felt Monday morning at about S:l2
o'clock. The first fasted but a few
seconds ; the second being quite
severe and of some fifteen seconds
Jas. Shaw, for fourteen years engineer
of the Mahukona railway,
will leave with his family for
where he will take a .position
with the Waiiuku and Spreckels-ville
The Sharpshooters held their
regular weekly meeting last night.
There was a general discussion regarding
the welfare of the organization.
The average of thirty-six
men at the range last month was
SO per cent. The members hope
for better results next month. Two
members were re-enlisted at last
night's meeting. After the new
year the Sharpshooters will meet
monthly, instead of weekly, as at
Yacht Eleanor Seized.
The yacht Eleanor, owned by
Millionaire Slater, of Norwich,
Conn., has been seized at Sau Francisco
on "account of Mr. Slater's
secretary failing to pay a bill of
$57.50 before going east. The
yacht, it will be remembered, spent
some time in Hawaiian waters, her
millionaire owner and family being
on a cruise around the world.
The Eleanor cost, completed, over
$300,000, and since then wealth
has been lavished on her furnishings,
and, while the paintings and
silver ware were sent East a few
days ago, the sheriff has still nearly
$5W,000 worth of property to
satisfv the bill of $S7 50.
Burglars, at "Work.
Burglars forced an entrance into
jthe Hollister soda water works on
Fort street at a late hour Sunday
evening. They broke open the
cash drawer, but received onlv
trouble for their pains, as no money
was Ieit in the place. Ihe intruders
proceeded to help themselves to
a quantity of cold drinks and took
all the tobacco the men had left
about the place. The job, it is
thought, was done by natives.
Minister Damon has a notice
this morning asking that all claims
i asainst the Government of a mone
tary nature be presented to his
office, through the proper depart
ments, not later than noon of Tues
day, the 14th inst. All persons
having moneys on account of the
Government are requested to make
their returns promptly, in order
that-there may be no delay in closing
the accounts for the year end-ins
The first game of the amateur
series of baseball was played Saturday
afternoon on the Makiki
grounds before a very slim audience-
The clubs were designated
as Malias and Hearts. Both teams
showed a lack of practice. The
Hearts succeeded in defeating the
Malias by a score of IS to 14 in an
uninteresting game. J.A. Thompson
acted as umpire. Games will be
played every Saturday afternoon
Founder's Day at Kamehameha.
On the 19th of this montk the
Kamehameha school will have
been founded nine years. As a
means of celebrating the event a
field day will be held on the
srounds. Contests will take place
between that school and Punahou.
A football match between scholars
of the two named institutions will
be among the sports on Founder's
Dav at Kamehameha.
rounding country. Life in the
mountains is described as particularly
charming. The young man
expects to return next week.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE: H'ESIWY. PECKMHEH 10. 1S95.
Two Revolutionary nipccts rroin
the Coast taken In.
For some weeks past there has
boon more or less talk on the
streets about several recent arrivals
in Honolulu organizing a
movement, having for its object the i0t several poles lav across the
overthrow of the present Govern- jd to the preserves."
ment. Marshal Brown had Several horses shied at the ob-ed
information that several people , stacles, and the occupants of tho
with that object in view had re- teams had some very narrow
left the Coast in roiling capes irotn being thrown over the
vessels and would arrive here some I grade. No serious accidents
during November. I cur red. however, though several
The visitors, according to in-'teams became frightened and ran
formation received, ha'd mapped , off.
out a mode of procedure, which, if, There some good shooting done
carried out successfully, would on Sam Wilder's preserves. A
have riven the authorities con- j party composed of Harry Whitney,
siderable trouble. The E. .Wodehoitse, George "Robertson,
tors had intended to spy out thojE. Lame and Mr. "Wilder sue-most
available points on the islands ceeded in bagging between them
to laud guns and ammunition. twenty-eight pheasants. C. L.
The authorities believe they' Brown had his usual luck with
have nipped the plaits of the him, and E. J. Spalding succeeded
lutionists in the bud. in capturing six pheasants and a
Among the passengers which ar-' pair of duclTs. The other hunters
rived in Honolulu on November j did fairlv well.
4th on the S. G. Wilder, were Dr. I -
F. Underwood and . J. Sheridan.
These men were arrested vesterdav
on a charge of conspiracy. Underwood
was not captured until late
in the evening.
BERETANIA TENNIS CLUR.
luine .Meeting and Election of
Officers Last Night.
A meeting of the Beretania Tennis
Club was held at the Y. M. C.
A. hall last evening. Matters concerning
the Hawaiian Tennis Association
were discussed. The meeting
decided to build a club house,
ancTthat work be started on it immediately.
Wray Taylor was made an honorary
member of the club in recognition
of his services in connection
with the concert.
W. C. Parke was elected vice-president,
W. A. Wall a trusteee,
and L. de L. Ward secretary. The
club's affairs are in a most prosperous
Captain .Morse's Lecture.
Captain H. G. Morse, late master
of the Oceanic steamer Alameda,
opened his lecture tour at San
Francisco on Nov. 23rd. A larce
and fashionable audience greeted
the lecturer, manv of whom had
made vovaces with the veteran
Captain to or from the islands or stock figured. The elder Spreckels
the antipodes. Captain Morse has been granted an injunction
spoke for two hours without notes, j against the Hawaiian Commercial
during which time he recited in- and Susar Companv and others residents
of half a century on the trainins them from proceeding fur-sea.
He told of a voyage made to , ther inan action brought bv them
the Hawaiian Islands when thei ;n thP Circuit Court of Hawaii, to
first ice was brought by him, to-
j gether with reminiscences of the
late Robert Louis Stevenson.
Prof. Brigham Goins Away
Professor Brisham, curator of
the Bishop Museum, is contemplating
a . trip , to the States and may
cross the Atlantic before returning.
The prime object of the professor's
trip abroad is to see Gharles R.
Bishop on the subject of a mammoth
tropical aquarium and school
of biology to be established here.
Professor Jordan oi Stanford
writes that he will visit
Honolulu next month to consult
the promoters-of the scheme. The
estimated cost of the proposed
aquarium and school is $250,000.
Xew Steamer Line.
According to advices received by
the Australia, attorney Charles
Creighton, who recently returned
to the islands, brought a commission
from a company of San Francisco
capitalists, who intend
a line of freight steamers
between the Bay City and the island
of Hawaii. The projectors
hope the Hawaiian Government
am u ue mu. , as lucre
is a great demand ior more direct
communication between the outer
islands and the United States.
Don't Shoot the Ducks. ,
G. P. Wilder, who returned from 1 t
Japan on the City of Peking,
brought several pair of Japanese i
mallard ducks. The birds were ,
released at W. G. Irwin's country ,
house, near Uaimanalo. 1 hey '
were imported for the benefit of the
TT " .r i ..! I
nawanan sponsmans Association,
3nd all sportsmen are requested to
guard against killing them.
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Will Leave on Time. i
Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ltd., call attention to an error
t rk -i tj ii - -i
maue u me uau) ouueun in its
advertisement of the departure . of
the S. S. Australia, and state that
that steamer will leave on Monday,
the 16th insL, as per time table,
copies of which may be had upon
application at the office of the 0.
S. S. Co.
A I' THE PR1SKRV1S.
Some Good Haul Taken bv the
'i he sporting element that went
shooting last Sunday are mucJi incensed
at the repairmen of the
telephone company, who carelessly
Spreckels Riiys Property.
Clans Spreckels continues to
chase realty in San Francisco. He '
has just closed a deal ior 225 feet ,
east of Seventh street and opposite
Jones, with a frontage of 1G5 feet
back to Stevenson street, extending
75 feet toward Market, at a price
said to varv between $105,000 and
$115,000. "The buildings on the
property are om anu oi mue vaiue
and will be torn down to make
room for substantial and handsome
Tug Leave?. Again. j
The tug Eleu took on provisions
and coal yesterday, and sailed during
the evening for another cruise. '
The boat will arrive at Kauai this
morning, and extend her voyage1
around the island in the hope of
overtaking the schooner SiE
have been in the localitv some
aso. The Eleu will also visit the
other side of this island, where, it ,
is reported a vessel was seen yesterday
with some men aboard
Company F marched in that
Rudolph Wins the Case.
Rudolph Spreckels has won the
case against his father, in which
i $500,000 worth of Paahau sucar
. .. --
restrain Claus Spreckels from selling
or dealing in 6000 acres of
valuable land on the island ot
.Michael Davitt Coming. (
Michael Davitt, the great Irish
leader, and Home Rule agitator, the sugar retineries 'itTthl ' city, In-will
arrive bv the Alameda the Frauklin, as well m the
day. He has been lecturing for
some months past in the Australian
Colonies. Davitt will spend a
few days with relatives in Oakland, i
Cal., thence to ew lork, where
he will take passage for his home
at Ballyrack, near Dublin. He'
expects to reach there before parliament
assembles in January. ;
He Treats Nervous Diseases. i
Dr. I. Mori, physician and surgeon,
has a card in to-day's issue.
Dr. Mori is a graduate of Cooper
Medical College of San Francisco
and was naval surgeon for the
Japanese Government during the
Japanese-Chinese war. His specialty
is the treating of nervous
Mrs. Crabbe Dies Suddenly.
Mrs. Horace Crabbe died
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the she had beea unwell ,
for some time. Deceased leaves a'
husband, two sons (Clarence and '
lonaZ HoraCe) and daughter, Mrs. ,
George Allen. The funeral will i
take place from the family
dence at 3 p.m. today. ! l
A Significant Departure.
With the departure of another year I
when a review is made of thecoudit
ion of affiilre. It is onlv riuht that
gome thought h triven to the nhvs cal
body whicn enables everyone to bat
Ue wUh problem aud flaure for
themselves the profit or loss on the
trial balance sheet. Though the bank
account may be large and each one'a
i of tbe Government are requested to make
gurprising if It suddenly dawns
inton many that good health has been! their return: promptly, in order that there
'greatly improverisbed by the low .may be no delay in closing tbe accounts
condition of tbe blood. It is in thi
Btate to tne 'tc acid In the vital
tntrf .M..V. t.n A. .Ana rxa w.
tfcularly tbe joints, making Known
tne local manifestations oi rneuma
tim. Thousands of people have
found in Hood's the
great blood purifier, a positive and
permanent cure for rheumatism.
Hobbox Dbco Co., wholesale agents.
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MANAGER EDWARD HANI.ON, OF THE IULTEUORES.
l'nW tht nniugemcnt of Edward H.inlon the liaro nn the Xatiou.il
Iairae pennint twiiMircrwiTe vaMiu. lljnhm is n mtirq iif Norwich, Conn., ami
U T.X ju uM. Whin hit was vonnRvr " I'1"! pr ''iillv villi the Itliotle
1 '..iihI. Fall I'.iTrr. Uo iter, Albany, Clculnnil, Detroit uu.l 1'ittshun: bluln.
Of the following dress
any address on
FBE ICQ DRESS FABRICS
TI HUB In
NATYBLUE aii &REY
All Enquiries Cheerfully Answered.
L. B. KERR,
Pacific Lodge Officers.
Pacific Lodge, U. D., A. F. and
A. M., elected these officers last
night: H. E. Cooper, R. W. master;
John Phillips, senior warden; F. B.
Auerbach, junior warden; W. O.
Atwater, treasurer; H. K.Villiams,
secretarv. Depute master, substi
tute master and other officers will
be appointed next Monday evening
Sucnr Refineries Clo-o.
PETTf.A nPT.tmrA Vnr XJ All
throwing ovr 2000 workmen out of
employment, '.'he rentiery
has been closed for some time and the
Frauklin and McCahan had been run
ujI)g on half time ThU Is said to be
in keeping with a similar movement
in New York city by orders of
At headquarters in this city it is
said that the refiners at this
time of the year as the product is all
To Command China's Xnvy.
LONDON, Nov. 2S. China has invited
Captain W. il Dan gen to
the chief command of her navy,
from which position he retired owing,
it is said, to the machinations of a
clique of anti-foreigners at Foo Chow.
Five Hundred Drowned.
BERLIN, Nov. 30. A dispatch to
the Cologne Gazette, from Odessa,
says that 500 persona were drowned
by recent storms In Southern Russia.
People in the devastated districts are
in great distress. The property
damaged can hardly be
Pepabtmest or Fisasce. I
HosoLCtc, Dtcember 9, 1S9J.)
Cnder Article 35, Section 1 of the
union, it is rtn,mred that earh member of
the Cabinet hall male an annual report
of the transaction within hu Department,
daring the year ending December 31st.
The Minister of Finance takes this
to request nil those having claims
against the Government of a monetary
""" ....ft.. to present tbem to this omce,
through the proper Departments, not later
than 12 o'clock noon on TUE3D A Y, January
11, 1SW5, after which date tbe books of
this Department will be closed.
All persons having moneys on account
for the year ending December 31, 1805.
S. M DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
4170-121 171 Mt
' SEALED TENDERS. '
Will be received at the office ot the
Minister of the Interior till 12o'plock
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goods will be sent to
Imported direct from Paris,
checks and stripes, : : : :
:::::: NICE TINTS.
Just the thing for
SERGES, walking SKIRTS. and riding
P. 0. BOX 306,
noon of MONDAY, December 30th
189j. for tbe construction ot a .teacher's
cottage at Knlapana, Puna, Hawaii.
Flans and specifications can be seen at
tbe office of the Superintendent ot Public
Works, also at tbe olllce of the Tax
Assessor at HCo.
The Minister does nor bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
J. A KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofilce, Dec. G, 1895.
Mb. A. J. Wilson has this day been
appointed Chairman of the Itoad Board
for the Taxation District of South Kona,
Island of Hawaii, vice A. Grainberg, resigned.
The Board now consist of
A. J. Wilson, Chairman;
J. A. KING,
Minister ot the Interior.
Interior Ofilce, Dec. 5, 189o.
WEDNESDAY, December 2oth. 1803,
being Christmas day, and WEDNESDAY,
January 1st, 1S9G, being New
Year's day, will bo observed, as National
Holidays, and all Government olllces
throughout tho Republic will be clewed
on those dajs.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 9, 1893.
Mb. J. L. W. Zdmwalt has this day
been appointed a member of the Board
of Inspector of Animals for the Port ot
Kahnltii, Island of Maui
The Board now consists of
S. F. Chillingworth, Executive Inpector;
J.L. W. Zumwalt.
J. A KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 3, 1895.