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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 24, 1890.
0A1IU RAILWAY 4 LAND COS TIME TABLE. TO TAKE EFFECT OCT. 2, 1800. TltAIXS A M A M r.:15 8:45 7:i 9:49 7:30 10:51 . H : 3 5 11:55 P.M. P.M Leave Honolulu... Arrive llonouliull Leave Ilonoulluli. Arrive Honolulu.. t Haturdm s onlv 1:45 4:30f 2:19 5:3M 3:51 5:45t 4:55 0:5O 53-tf PORT OT HONOLULU. H. 1. Tide, Hun IT C. 1. ami Moon. LTONH. 'f. c s r- ! i Dtjr s a.m. ai y.ou i p.m.; 9.00 a.m. 0.3) p.m. 3.00 4.WI; 4.5(1 IP ra Moo... raw.. Thar.. It J !.... rtuu..., 5..Vs! 5.32 11.36 1.2U, 5.5bj 5.5'J 5..VJ, 5..VJ 6. Ofi 0.00 5.30. a.m. 5.3'l 0.40 I i 11.00 3 40 2. in! 3.2.t' 4. 2d! 5.20 C.00 11.00 lO.au Ji .l2.0i ' 1 1 Ml 0.4ij O.Hl 20 ! l.aoi !.: r..4o! 5.2'J 1.44 fi.40 7. :i 8. Xj r,.-j"j 2.H 5.2H 3.4S 5.27, 4.4 Tlits whittle of Uik Honolulu Steam I'lanlng Mill 1 blown duly j electric signal from the Sarvt-y otlire irt-rUnly at Honolulu mean noon. I: Momi'la at;:ila at 2a lu I n. 33 iec. past 1 o'clock p. in. of Honolulu iQ-an time, to correspond witli l2h. Om. Os. aa giveu by cbrcnoroeters act "or (irrnuwirb mean time. 'Ihlr last Is especi ally for tbe benefit of mariner and jewelers. Meteorological. U.4UOM. TIIKUMo. 3 e'Ss! Day 1 i ! i c E Suu.ili :iQ.07 2'J.yj Hon i l. 'i'J.'M 2J.'J4 Vu 14 :0.03 2'J.J '. Weil l.:!o.(ii;2'J.'j: riiur'lfi'2J.l7!2,J.J2 73 7-' 74 75 7:i BliO.10 7'J 0.02 83 0.12 N K n r. S E N K N K tin ;: 71: 64 D8 81 81 82 Hi O.IHl 0.03 Krl. Hr. 17 2'J.'J1ti2J.'J2 1h!.).o:i2j.v7 7." D.(h 2 M E 4 S K 71 0.03 SHIFPINQ INTELLIGENCE. AliKI VAI.S. TllLKSllAY, Oct. 23. Stnir.) A Cummins, Neilson, from Wui m;m;ilo. fctnir Knala, Hagland, from Kauai. VKHSKLS LK.W1NO TO-DAV. Stin r Iwalani, Weir, for Lahaiua and Ilum.ikua at 10 a in. fstmrWO Hall, Freeman, for Hawaii mid Maui at 10 a in. StmrC U F.ishop, Le Claire, for circuit of Outui at U a in. S S Australia, Houdlette, for Han Fran cisco at hoc n. VKSSKI.S IN l'OKT. U S Flagship Charleston, Ilemey, from a cruise. If 1 M S Acorn, I'ollard, from a cruise. II S S Iroquois, ISistiop, Samoa. II I .1 M 8 Tsukuha, Japan. I'.k Uirker, Loudon. ItkO I) l'ryaut, Jacobscn, San Francisco. I'.k Lady "Lampson, Soderren, San Fran cisco. Ilk Atlanta, Fort (iamble. H 1 Wilder, t rillilhs, San Francisco. 8 S Australia. HoudU tte, San Francisco. Sell Kobt V Logan, Worth. Hilo. Uknte W 11 Dimond, San Francisco. VKSSKLS KXI'CCTEI). VoMgels. Where from. Due. I5k Faust New York 11 1 M S Nymph... Rsquimalt Schr MarthaWTuft.l'ort Madison... lnirk Edward May..l'oston (Jerxhip Henrietta.. Puget Sound... P.k Cluirlotte Liverpool U S S Mohican Auckland Srhr Itobt Lowers .Puget Sound Ship Fifeshire Liverpool Ilk Santiago New York S S Amigo China Oct 20 K M S Mariposa San Francisco ..Oct2o Ilk Vivax New York Slliri'lNO KOTKS. The steamer Iwalani did not leave yes terday a.s expected. She sails to-day at 10 A. M. The schooner Itobt. W. Logan. Capt. Worth, sails lor Micronesia, Wednesday, October 21'th, and will carry a mail. The steamer Claudine is to arrive this morning from Maui ami Hawaii in time to make connection with the steamship Aus tralia. HONOLULU ATHLETIC ASSOCIA TION. Some Particular Coiicerulnc tlie New Organization. The Killes Armory Secured. This association,which was formed a week or so ago for the purpose of encouraging and promoting physical development and exercise, bids fair to " till a long felt want." The croak ers say that athletic associations have been started here, and have after a brief period of enthusiasm dwindled and faded away. That such has been the unhappy fate of a number of similar enterprises in Honolulu is unquestioned, but it is always so in any newly organized community. There are invariably numerous attempts and failures to start almost any kind of an enter prise, business or social, beforo per manency is acquired. Many boat clubs have also boon started in Hono lulu, ami gone the way of all the earth, but in spito of that fact the Myrtle Uoat Club has now been in existence for seven years, and was never stronger than it is today. There were never so many young men in town who will support such an institution as the Athletic Asso ciation as there are now. The enter prise i one which deserves the as sistance of every one. The present prospects of the Asso ciation are good. The use of the llillos Armory at the corner of Punchbowl and Beretania streets has been secured ; the makai room is to be divided in two ; the back-half fitted with bath-room facilities ; tho front half and tho seeoud room from the makai side tit ted with lockers for the use of members ; the two mauka company rooms thrown into one and iitted up for boxing and punching bag exercises. Such ath letic appurtenances as dumbells, In dian clubs, horizontal bar and others that can bo obtained here are to be procured at once, and tho institution opened as soon as the building is ready for occupation. The Board of Directors are pushing matters, and we hope to shortly chronicle the oponiug of the Hall. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Australia sails at noon sharp. Football match at Makiki this af ternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Theoflicers of the Halakala Kanchf Company appear elsewhere. The steamer Claudine is due early this morning from Maui and Hawaii During the absence of Dr. Tucker it the Coast, Dr. Day will take care of his patients. The U. H. S. Iroquois is to make a cruise to Lanai to test her machinery beforo sailing for Samoa. On Tuesday the 2Sth inst. at 11 a. m. the annual meeting of tho Paukaa Sugar Company will be held. The members of the Tax Appeal Boards for the different islands for 1800 appear in our By Authority column. The Hawaiian Band will give a concert at Thomas Square this even ing, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Programme elsewhere. The mail by the Australia closes at the Post Office this morning as fol lows: 10 o'clock, registered letters and parcels post; 11, letters and papers. It is just possible that Jim Corbet -1 it A 1 1 may come tiown on tne Australia, November 14th. Peter Jackson is due in Honolulu the same day from the Colonies, and an exhibition may be arranged between the two. The box plan for the Minstrel and Variety Company performance, on Saurday evening, opens at 9 o'clock this morning at the office of L. J. Levey. A tine programme has been arranged, and tho Charleston full band will bo in attendance. There will be a football match this afternoon at Makiki, commencing at 4:30 o'clock, between a team from the - Flagship Charleston and one selected in Honolulu. The Charles ton band will be in attendance. Lailies are invited to be present. lticycle Kiitertaininent. To-morrow (Saturday) Mr. "NV. S. Maltby, the champion cyclist, will give another of his novel and won derful exhibitions at Pearl City. New tricks will bo introduced, never performed here before, such as rid ing one wheel upon a table fivo feet square and performing thereon; rid ing a common buggy wheel in place of, and in same manner as, a bicycle wheel, besides various other tricks too numerous to mention. Superintendent Ashley has gone to the expense of making alterations in the Pavilion, so that all may be pro vided with seats and enjoy the per formance. The full band from the U. S. Flag ship Charleston has been engaged and will bo in attendance. An ex cursion train leaves the depot at 2:30 p.m., returning at the close of tho exhibition, the fare for tho round trip, including admission to tho Pavilion, being only fifty cents. Mr. Maltby was to have sailed for California on the Australia, but was engaged at great expense by the management of the railway to stay over and give another of his wonder ful performances, so that those peo ple who were unable to go before might take advantage of this exhibi tion and see something never before presented to the Honolulu public. S. S. Australia. The Oceanic steamship Australia, Capt. Houdlette, sails at noon to day for San Francisco, with a cargo of domestic produce, the mails and passengers. Those booked to leave on her are: E. Kopke and wife, Miss McConnell, .Mrs. E. C. Flagg, G. E. Howe, S. Peck, Capt. Bray, Arthur Alexander, Arthur Breed, C. M. Campbell, H. A. Parmelee, H. It. Gibbons, Capt. Treach, Miss Wil liams, Mrs. Kirkland, Miss Horner, Mrs. E. D. Lake, Geo. Gay, wife and son, Dr. S. G. Tucker, Paul Hamill, C. J. Lane, E. A. Jones and family, F. L. Hoogs, A.G.Stonesifer, Misses G. and L. Stonesifer, Joseph Brewer and T. W. Slocum. Public Moonlight Concert. The Band will play this evening at Thomas Square, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the programme: 1. Overture Light Cavalry Suppe 2. Uavotte First Heart Throbs. .Eilenberg 3. Piccolo Solo Birds in the Woods. Thiere 1. Selection Lucrezia P.oigia. .. .Donizetti Palama. Pili Aoao. Malama. 5. Fantasia Emperor's Keview.. Eilenberg !. Patrol Pot tuguese .Meyrelles 7. Waltz CJypsy Uaron Strauss . March The I'and is Coming Schild Hawaii Ponoi. Supreme Court October Term. BEFORE JUDD C. J. Thursday, Oct. 23d. . M. A. Gousalves vs. C. L. Brito et al. Case. Continued frem tho 22d. Tried before a foreign jury, who returned a verdict for plaintiff for $3,000. F. M. Hatch, for plaintiff ; A. Ilosa, for defendant. Money covers more eyes before than after death. spills PArER IS KEPT ON FILE X at K. C Dakk's Advertising Agency, r,i & bo Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for it PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. H. A. Parmelee of the firm of Hollister & Co. leaves on the Austra lia on business. He will probably return on the same steamer. . Miss Kittie Horner leaves for the purpose of attending a female semi nary in California. Capt. Bray and Messrs. Alexander, Breed and Campbell, who came in the schooner Itobt. Y. Logan, return to San Francisco on the Australia. They have enjoyed their vir-it very much. Jir.A. jr. oionesiier ana tne .uies G. and L. Stonesifer, who Lave sp-nt a month in the Islands, visiting the Volcano, and other places of interest, return home much pleased with what they have seen. Dr. S. G. Tucker leaves to-day on account of the illness of his daughter, who has recently had an attack of paralysis. He hopes to return in the Australia or Zealandia. far. E. Kopke goes to Boston en business connected with the Ewa "Sugar Plantation. We understand it is the purpose of the company to introduce a still larger pump, with an increased supply of water. The plans of the company have been more than realized in their splendid irrigation works, but they propose making them still better. Messrs. Joseph Brewer and T. W. Slocum return to their homes in Boston none the worse for a month's stay in the Islands. Mr. Frank L. Hoogs returns on the Australia with signed contracts for the use of the new ball grounds, and for two picked nines to play with the professional team ho intends to bring in November. Mr. Hoogs proposes to bring down first class players, and there will be seven games in all played. Fuller particu lars will be given later. Air. Hoogs is a good business man. and lias made many friends during his brief stay here. iciu 3tiiUTttscmcnt3. DR. TUCKEK WILL the LEAVE FOR THE COAST IJY the Stnir. Australia, expecting to re turn by same vessel, to arrive Nov 14th. He takes pleasure in being permitted to leave his patien s in the care of Da. DAY. !-lw Notice of Election of Officers of the Haleakala Ranch Co, NOTICE IS HERE15Y GIVEN THAT at an election of oflicers held liv the Stockholders of the Haleakala Ranch Co. on the 17th of October, 1390, the following oilicers were elected : President H. P. Baldwin Vice-President J. O. Carter Treasurer P. C. Jones Secretary .L. A. Thurston Auditor W. O. Smith L. A. THURSTON, Secretary Haleakala Ranch Co. Honolulu, Oct. 23, 18U0. 1310 90 It Dividend Notice. A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND IS DUE and payable to the Stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company at their office, on WEDNESDAY, October 22, 1890. J AS. L. McLEAN, 97-3t 99 Secretary. NOTICE. THE KAPIOLANI MATERNITY Home has two rooms to accommodate paying patients. Ladies of moderate means who wish to secure a home on rea sonable terms, before or during the time of confinement, where the best of food, attendance, nursing and medical skill will be provided, will please apply at the Home to Mrs. Miller the Matron, who will attend to admittance, give terms or any other in formation required. Honolulu, Oct. 4, 1890. 84-3ni Copartnership Notice. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT Wong Wa Foy is admitted as a partner into our firm from date; and said Wong Wa Foy is authorized to sign our firm name from date until further notice. WING WO TAI & CO. Honolulu. Oct. 20. 1890. 9-lw Hoolaha Hoahui. MA KEI.V KE IIOOLA1IAIA A KIT nei, ua hookomoia o Wong Wa Foy i hoahui no ko makou Hui mai keia la aku ; a o ua Wong Wa Foy ka mea mane e kakau inca i ko makou inoa Hui. WING WO TAI & CO. Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1890. 9 -lw TO LET. THE PREMISES AT NO. 42 Merchant street, occupied by J. A. Magoon, Esq., as a law ollice. Enquire of HUGO STANGEN WALD. M. D. 90-lm MR. L. ADLER BEGS TO INFORM THE PUB lic in general that be has received per Australia, an elegant assort ment of Gentlemen's. Ladies' and Childrens' BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS. Please give me a call. r.3-lm W. E. R0WELL, Engineer and Surveyor Room 5, Spreckels' Block. 82-lj NOTICE. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT during my absence from this Kingdom Chun Hoy will act for me under power of attorney. C. AFONG. Dated Honolulu, Oct. Hi. i$yo. 97-2wlOS h Model Lid Rooms! BETHEL, STIIEET, (Next door to the PostofEce), 2STOAV OPEN ! Give it a trial. n3-3iu Xcib Uipcrtisnnnits. City Meat Market JOSEPH TINKER, Practical 13utcher, AND MAKIK OF THE Celebrated Cambridge Pork Sausage Ma le bv in1 verv l-t Machinery Mttd caunoi bj iq-i tiled, ills Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Pork is vl the finest quality. All orders entrusted to his Care are de livered with cleanness and dispatch within a radius of three miles of the city. My Copied Beet and Pickled Tongues Are a Specialty and need no comment. My Celebrated CAMBRIDGE PORK SAUSAGES Are the BEST in the Islands. Upwards of half a ton a week sold. Don't forget the address: CITY MEAT MARKET, NUUANU STREET, (Opposite Queen Eninia Hall.) tyS. B. No connection with any other Market. 981m tf TO THE LADIKS! ALFRED NEUMAN, THE WELL-KNOWN adics Ml Or Sail. ITraricisco, (Proprietor of the Redfern House, Mar ket Street, under Palace Hotel), Intends to remain in Honolulu for the next three or four months for the benefit of his health, during which time he has concluded toojen a First-class Ladies' Tailoring an si Dressmaking Estab lishment. Ladies wishing to have their Fall and Winter Costumes made will do well to call at once to secure their orders. Hiding Habits, Genuine Tailor made Costumes, Traveling Ulsters, Jackets, all the Latest Designs in PROMENADE AND EVENING COSTUMES. His universal reputation as a Great Fitter and Dressmaker is too well known to need any further recommendation. He will guarantee ierfeet satisfaction. Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts (Over Temple of Fashion). 97-1 m 122 NEW! NEW! NEW! A. J. SCILKEIIJEK, PRACTICAL i WATCHMAKER Axn JEWELER, Hotel St., - - - Under the Arlington. jSpecial attention paid to fine Watch Repairing, Jewelry, Clocks, etc. Moderate Prices ! 91-lm Eor Mexico Direct ! The Al Steamship 6 T. A. Brcun, Commander, Is now due at this port and will leave for BALI N A CRUZ, MEXICO, on or about the 20th inst. Oy-For particulars regarding Freight or Passage, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd , 91-td Agents. Fresh California Fruit ! Per Stmr. Australia, at II. PETEPSEX'S, 132 Fort Street. Importer of and constantly on hand the choicest Manila and Havana Cigars and Tobaccos. Good Smoke and Cold Drinks guaranteed. ffcJAlso Acting Agent for the Pacific Endowment Leaui e. Blanks for applica tion and all information given. 50-3m H. PETERSEN. NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for any freight after same has been landed. Parties to whom freight is consigned must be at the landing to receive their freight WILDER S STEAMSHIP CO. Honolulu. Sept. 5, 190. 58-tf 13 AEG AJ jSTS ! Hawaiian Hotel Stables HAVE FOB SALE Canopy-top Phaetons, Top Buggies, loub!e-?eated Carriages, for family use, Top Carts, with pole and shafts. Spring Wagon, with poles, shafts, brake, Two-seated Buckboard with brake, Horses, broken to harness or saddle. Horses suitable for any and all purposes. -CaII or address 92-1 m 11 AWN HOTEL STABLES. la 1 1 o r, - IX'cui "IDticrtisrmrnts. ALL A150AKD!" A Q K A N D Biovele Entertainmeir " V AT PEARL CITY, ON SATURDAY, - - OCT. 25th Jilt. M . o. Jl.JL,'ruvI The undisputed Champion Scientific ami Artistic Cyclist of the World, Has been engaged at great expense to give one of his wonderful performances, prior to his departure for the United States. NEW FEATURES AND TRICKS In Fancy Riding will be introduced that have never before been witnessed here. Excursion Train Leaves Honolulu at 2:;JO P. M. - TICKETS for the ROUND TRIP, ing admission to the Grounds. includi 50 CENTS! 50 i5FThis is your last chance; don't fail to go. Seats will be provided for all. 9T-5t J oin 3STow AND SECURE A PLACE IN THE 6tll CI Lib M E- rJi i- 0 M QO K b 0 Five Full Clubs Organized ""Remember we are giv ing a 14 Karat Cape with a Frix Jeweled Waltiiam Movement with all improvements, viz: Patent Regulator, Patent (enter-pinion, and Brequet Hair Spring in Our Clubs, for 3 o E B w o LOO NT Woo "Join now! YOU mav be next! The following mem bers got their Watches Monday, Oct. 20th. Clir 1 No. 3. Club 2 -No. l'J. Club 3 No. 22. Club 4-No. 52. Club 5 No. 63. Don't Fail to Join the 6th Club! 3 ft ft r1 Jrl. F. WICHMAN, WATCH CLUB. J. A. LUCKETT, 73-1 ra Manager. Oceanic Steamsliip Company FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The Al steamship 66 AXF S T RALIA," Will leave Honolulu for the above port on Friday, Oct. 2-1, 1800, Vt lt2 oVloclc noon, T or Freight or 1'aasage apply to WM. G. 1UWIN & CO., WING CH0NG TAI, Carpenter and Painter Contractor, Builder and Jobber, Furniture and Cabinet Maker, etc, CCT" Chinese Employment Office No. ,30 King street. Mutual Telephone r,7J; LV11 Tel. t-3in y di'frttsrnunts. HOLLISTER & CO., IMPOHTKRS Y.-D DEALERS IN' Drugs and Medicines CtUCMICAXS. AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGARS, THE LEADING BFANP3 OF Cigarettes and Tobaccos. The Most Complete Stock On the AGENCY FOR T1IK KODAK. Dark Hoom at Disposal of Amateurs. Manufacturers of AEEATED WATEBS! Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. o HOLLISTER & CO.. - - - 100 Fort Street IIONOLUIiU, II. I. 14S 1304 PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd., B. F. Dillingham, Tres. J. G. SrKNcsR, Manager. F. L. Wiktkr, Treas. IRONMONGERS. -:o ISTew Goods RTJBBKR HOSE of the bet quality; all sizes. Special Belting for all kinds of Machinery. PACKINO, Etc., Etc. "Special Security" Cylinder and Engine Oil; Locomotive" and Albany Cylinder Oil, and ConiHund KEROSENE OIL of guaranteed test a specialty. NEW STOCK OE SHELE HARDWARE Mechanics' Tools, Cutlery, and House Furnishing Goods, Art Goods, Picture Framing, Artists' Materials; l'aiuts, Oils and Varnishes, Turfntin, Galvanized and Tlain Fence Wire and Staples ;r and Plantation Supplies Generally. n-td BENSON, SMITH & CO., 113 and 115 DRUGS, (HEW Soaps, Perfumes, OPTICAL GOODS, Ktc, Ktc. WHOLESALE A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PHOTOGRAPHER'S SUPPLIES ! Agency Tor the Hawkeyn Cainern, ICodale Cameras and KantinanM Ilromide Paper At Manufacturers' Prices 1 I'hotoacraphic Card Mountn and .Album. AGENTS BLAIR CAMERA CO , SCOVILL & CARBUTTS' TAHITI LEMONADE WOKKS CO. 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