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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 8, 1890.
OAIIU RAILWAY k USD CO.'S TIME TABLE. TO TAKE EFFECT OCT. 23, 1800 TRAINS Leave Honolulu. ..0:1 5 8:45 Arrive Honoulluli.7:20 9:49 Leave IIonoullall.7:30 10:51 Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 J 1:55 t Saturdays only. Sundays excepted. p.m. r.M. 1:45 4:30t 2:49 5:35t 3:51 5:45t 4:55 C:50f 53-tf SHIFPINO INTELLIGENCE. ai:j:ivai,s. Friday. Nov. 7. A Cummins, Neilson, from Wai- Stmr J tnanalo. DEI'AKTl'KKM. Fbiuay, Nov. 7. Htmr Claudine, Lorenzen, for Maui and Hawaii. fctmrCU Iiishop. Le Claire, for Circuit of Oahu. VKSSELS LEAVING TO-DAV. Stmr Waialeale, Chaney, for Honuapo at M a in. lik C 1) Bryant, Jacobsen, for Kan Fran cisco. U S S Iroquois. Bishop, for Samoa. VKSSKLS IN I'OKT, U S Flagship Charleston, Kerne-, from a cruise. II I J M S Twukuba. Japan. II B MSNymphe, Turner, from San Fran cisco. II S S Mohican, Shepard, Samoa. U S S Iroquois, Bishop, from a cruise. Bktne Mary Winkelman, Nisson, San Francisco. Bk W 15 Godfrey, Dnbel, San Francisco. Bk Faust, Otterbech, New York. I'ASSKNO KKH. DEPAKTCRES. For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Claudine, Nov 7 A W Richardson, ( E i'oantman, A W Chaidn and wife, C S Kynnt-rIey ami wife, Miss Smith, Mrs Hind, Mrs Ken ton, (' Buchanan and wife, C I) Miller, A T Atkinson, Miss White, U Day, 11 (J Treadway, O F McCarthy, Mrs Machado ami child, S Roth, Mrs J McArdle, and 55 deck. For circuit of Oahu, per stmr C K Bishop, Nov 7 15 deck passengers. NIlll'l'JNO NOTKS. The Norwegian bark Faust reports a very rough passage from New York hav ing been under a gale nearly the entire trip. While oil" Cape Horn she was dam aged and had to put in to Rio Janeiro for repairs. Four men were washed over board but they were saved. She was 10 months and 4 days en voyage ami her cargo of general merchandise consigned to Castle & Cooke is somewhat damaged. MAKKIKI). LA W REN C E-S EVER I NO In Honolulu, November 2, 1890, by the Uev. Dr. C. M. Hyde, Mr. David P. Lawrence to Miss Mary Frances Severino, both of this city. tf Don't forget the Sale of Residence ana Building Lots at t'earl City on Nov. 2Uth. 103 The I'ortuRuene Work. The Friend has a note of thanks to tho ladies of the Central Union Church from Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Soares and Mr. R. K. Baptista, for the kindness shown in fitting and fur nishing their home. For their new Portuguese work, the Hawaiian Board has bought a cottage with a large lot of land, on which it is pro posed to put. up immediately a build ing for school, reading-room and chapel. It is on Miller street, just manka of Punahou street, adjoining the Hospital grounds. Rev.Mr. Peris has gone with Rev. O. P. Emerson to Wailukn to attend the meeting of the Maui Evangelical Association, and will go on to Hilo and Kohala before returning to Honolulu. The cost of the new building for the Portuguese work is to be met by special contri butions. Mr. P. C Jones' donation of 55,000, on condition that it be spent in pushing forward the Board's work during the current year, has in creased the Board's efficiency very greatly. Thunderstorms on Hawaii. Thev have had onito a series of thunderstorms at Pepekeo, Hawaii, as follows: Oct. 30th. Quite heavy with a light rainfall. Oct. 31st. Constant, but distant; no rain. Nov. 1st. Very severe; and the fail of rain, in an hour and a half, amounted to 3.40 inches. Nov. 2d. Very severe on tho nioun tains and along tho coast; lightning constant, and thunder continuous ; no rainfall. As I write this morning, it is com licencing again. Rainfall to date, for current year, 171.42 inches. . 11. li st. Andrew's Cathedral. The services of the Second Con gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral on Sunday, November 9th, will be as follows : 11:15 a. m., morn ing prayer, with sermon, Te Deum and Jubilate, Tours in F, Anthem : O taste and see," Sullivan, hymns 236, 210; 7:30 p. ni., evensong, with sermon, Anthem: "The sun shall be .no more," Woodward, hymns 231, 2GG. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All are invited to these services. Hilo News. bark Harvester is expected The daily from San Francisco. There was a terrific thunder and lightning storm on October 29. The The young people had a hay noe on October :ittn. -i-uey engnseu i':i'a nrcr(x box wacon with six horses. There were twenty-four m the party. Jlilo, Nov. 3. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Bicyclo exhibition. At Pearl City this afternoon. Train leaves the depot at 2:30 j M. The U. S. S. Iroquois sails for bamoa to-day. A lady of cnlture and refinement has a notice elsewhere. The committee on the Sunday law reported yesterday. Read their re port. Union service Church Sunday o'clock. at Kawaiahao evening at 7:30 Gospel praise service at the Y. M. C. A. Hall at 0:30 o'clock Sunday evening The services at Central Union Church on Sunday will be at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A large crowd listened to the band concert at the Queen Emma Hall grounds last evening. The Rev. A. D. Bissell has assum ed the duties of organist at the Sun day services at Kaumakapili Church. Call at the City Meat Market, Xanana street, to day, and buy a pound of the famous Cambridge sausages. The Labor bills were before the House yesterday, and tho work done so far will be found in our Legisla tive report. " JUajor J. H. "NVodehouse, H. B. M.'s Commissioner, was an attentive list ener to the debate on the Labor bills yesterday. In our By Authority column will be found the official notice of the reception by their Majesties the King and Queen on November 15th. Extra long undressed Mousque- taire gloves in light tan and fawn shade; also dressed kid gloves in black and colored can be found at Sach's store, 101 Fort street. , Mr. 11. F. AVichman has shaped a Hawaiian coin into the bowl of a spoon, and attached a handle there to. A certificate of registration of copyright relating to this spoon will be found in another column. living Bros, call attention to the very fine line of first-class etchings and engravings now on exhibition in their newly-appointed show room. These pictures are of the very latest publications, and are worth seeing. At 3 o'clock this afternoon there will be a practice game of baseball on tue new grounds between two picked nines, who will probably play against tho professional team ex pected from tho Coast the latter end of the month. v There will be a match game of football this afternoon at the Ma- iki grounds between the Charleston and Honolulu teams. Both sides feel confident of victory. The game commences at -l o clock, lne Ha waiian band will be in attendance. This afternoon Mr. W. S. Maltby gives his last bicycle entertainment at Pearl City, when he will intro duce new tricks. The train leaves the depot at 2:30 r. m., and you have the ride down and back, and witness flm otlii hi Unn nil frvr fift.v pnfa " J . y It pays to advertise in this paper. Yesterday morning the Pacific Hardware Co. had a notice that ow ing to removal bargains could be ob tained. The result was that an ex ceedingly large business was done during the day. It will repay you to give them an early call. A meeting of the newly organized Honolulu Arion was held last even ing at tho hall of Engine Company No. 1. The officers will be olected at the annual meeting to be held in January. The regular meetings will be held- Thursday evening of each week, commencing on the 13th. flP Pearl City Lots are offered on the most favorable terms known. 108 Xcm CUitfertiscinents. "WANTED. LADY' OF CULTURE AND RE- A finement is desirous finement is desirous of a home-like home in a genteel family, where she may oe permitted to compensate for her room ana board in agreeable companionship of lipht teaching iu the elementary studies of various branches. Please address at once. C. G., Advertiser Office, 112-3t 1310-lt Honolulu, II. I. WANTED. A GENTLEMAN WANTS A WELL furnished room centrally located. Ad dress ' H," this office. lll-2t WANTED. THIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS: GOOD J- pav : only experienced hands need ap ply. Corner Fort and Hotel streets (over Lhrlich s drv goods store. lll-tf FOR SALE. First-class Barber Shop For Sale Cheap. Two Chairs running, Address "Ash." this office. 108-lm FOR SAJLE. Horse, Brake, Harness and Role. SfeTy reasonable. Apply at Kapio lani Maternity Home or E. II. M.. this ffice. 110-tf Ccnj Utocrtisfmrnts. Y. M. C. A. HALL, Oa Tuesday, Nov. 11th, - at 8 P. M. F. M. ENGLISH, B. A., WILL DELIVER A. Lecture onMozart With Selections From His Masic, BY LEADI5G HOME TALENT. To be followed by a humorous Mu-ical Sketch, "Oik Ascot Tasty." Admission 50 cents. lll-3t MISS D. LAMB, Stenographer and Type-writer, Office of J. A. Magoon, near the Postodiee. Merchant street, 1 03-3 m v W. F. FREAK, -A. 1 1 o r ne v a t-L av Office over Bishop's Bank. 105-3mtf TAXES FOR 1800. Tax Collectors Notice! THE TAX District of the following specified, for Taxes: COLLECTOR FOR THE Wailuku. Maui, will be at places, on the dates below the purpose of Collecting At Waihee Monday, Nov. 17, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. At Waikapu Tuesday, Nov 18, from 9 A m. to 4 r. M. At Kahului Wednesday, Nov 19, from 9 a. m. to 4 P. M. At Honuaulaand Makena Friday, Nov. 21, from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. On all other days (Sundays excepted) to December 15th, the Collector will be at his office in Wailuku, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. WM. T. ROBINSON, Deputy Tax Assessor and Collector Wai luku. Wailuku, Maui, Nov. 4, 1890. lll-2w Administrator's Notice, THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN duly appointed Administrator of the estate of Aniu (Ch.) alias iini iou, at Heeia. Koolaupoko, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons to present their claims against the estate of said Aniu (Ch.) duly authenticated to the undersigned within six months troru tiate nereot or they will be forever barred, and all per sons indebted to the 8aid deceased are re quested to make immediate payment in myothceatthe store ot Wing un wo & Co., King street, Honolulu, and in the store of deceased at Heeia, Koolaupoko. YIM QUON, Admr. Est. of Aniu (Ch.), deed. Honolulu, Oct. 29, 1890. 1347-0t 104-121 ASSESSMENT ! Hawaiian Baseball Association. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT L at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on October 29, 1890, an Assessment (No. 3) of five dollars ($5 00) per share was levied on the Capital Stock ot the corpor ation, payable immediately to the Secre tary. Any Stock upon which this Assessruen shall remain unpaid on the 28th day of November, 1890, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 12th day of December, 1890, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs ot advertising and expenses oi sale. Bv order of the Board of Directors. J. II. FISHER, Secretary. Office with Messrs. Bishop & Co., Hono lulu. 105-2w 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. 84-3m NOTICE. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF fi- the Waikapu Sugar Co. held Novem ber 3, 1890, the following stockholders were elected to serve as officers for the ensuing year: W. H. Cornwell President G. W. Macfarlane Vice-President Wm. G. Irwin Treasurer W. M. GifFard Secretary F. W. Macfarlane Auditor W. M. GIFFARD, 108-lw Secretary. NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for any freight after same has been landed. Farties to whom freight is consigned must be at the lauding to receive their freight WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1890. 85-lm tf NOTICE. ROBT. LTSHM AN IS AUTHOR ized tolemploy labor and purcha material for account of the Building Com mittee of the Central Union Church. W. O. SMITH, V. W. HALL. F. J. LOWREY, For the Committee. Honolulu. Nov. 3, 1890. lOS-lw BARGAINS ! Hawaiian Hotel Stables HAVE FOR SALE Canopy-top Phaetons, Top Buggies, Double-seated 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. Call or address 92-lm HAW'S HOTEL STAPLES. rrUIK ADVERTISER IS THE X leading daily paper of the Kingdom j POSITIVELY THE LAST GRAND 3icvcle Eiileitaiiieiil V AT PEARL CITY, ON SATURDAY, - - NOV. Sih MK- W IfALTBY, The undisputed Champion Scientific and Artistic Cyclist of the World, Sails for California on the Alameda Nov. 15, 1S90, so that this will positively be his last appearance before the Honolulu pub lic. NEW FEATURES AND TRICKS In Fancy Riding will be introduced, in cluding impersonations of Oscar Wilde. Excursion Train Leaves Honolulu at 2:30 P. M. 0- TICKETS for the ROUND TRIP, including admission to the Grounds. SO CENTS! SO 1P"-Remember that this is positively the last performance. 109-4t His Majesty's Birthday ! N0VE3IBEB, 15, 181)0. YACHT RACES, lO .A.. JVI. 1 FIRST CLASS YACHTS. 2 SECOND CLASS YACHTS. ROWING RACES, 1 I. M. 1 SIX-OARED GIGS OR GALLEYS (Stationary Seats). 2 FOUR-OARED FREIGHT BOATS. 3 SIX-PADDLE CANOES. 4 SIX-OARED BOATS (Sliding Seats.) 5 SINGLE-SCULL SHORE BOATS. G TWELVE-OARED CUTTERS OR BARGES. FOUR-OARED (Sliding Seats) . 8 WHALE BOATS (Five Oars). 9 SINGLE-SCULL SHELLS. 10 FOURTEEX-OARED BARGES. 11 FRIZE FOR BEST RIGGED CATAMARAN. finrrogramme subject to change. C. B. WILSON, Chairman Regatta Committee. 110-td FOR SA-LVE. FOUR YOUNG . Dray Horses! Broken to Harness; heavy California Stock. To be seen at Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s Stables, Queen St lOS-lw H. F. WICHMAN WATCH a CLUB ! The following drew their .Watches on Monday, November 3d: Club 1 Member No. 5fi. Club 2 Member No. 22. Clvb 3 Member No. 1. Club 1 Member No. 60. Clcb 5 Member No. 44. SIXTH CLUB NOW F0RM1KG These watches are cased in solid 14 Karat Gold, with fine full jeweled Wallham Movements, and are warranted to be ac curate Time Pieces. H. F. WICHMAN, Prop. LL'CKETT, Manager. 102-1 m J. A. W. E. R0WELL, Engineer and Surveyor Room 5, Spreckeld' Block. 82-ly r dilution Soles. 11V .IAS. F. MOIU.AN AlCTION SALE OP Projenr at Pearl City By order of the OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.. I v. ill 11 at Public Auction at P?arl City, On Saturday, Nov. 29 AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. A limited number of those desirable Bifc Lots at Pearl City. The Company have expended $l000 to procure an ample supply of pure ruocutain watt-r, rHsnitiny in the completion of two laree Ueservmrs witn storage of nearly .,uw,uou canons. rrom a aisirumune reservoir witn a capacity of 700,000 khIK'Us, at tin elevntion of 10i feet ntove si-a level, water has been laid aloui? LeLoa Avenue t the Pearl City Depot in a G-iuch Cast Iron Pi tie. from which water will be supplied by the Com pany at uovernment K.ites. The Company will biud itself iu the Deeds to ctrry purchaser and their fam ines and servants by rail between Honolulu and Pearl City At 1 cent per Mile Second Class, AND I 1-2 cents per 31ile First Class, during a Term of 9 years from the date of purchase. These special Hates of Fare will be trans ferable with the propertv dormtr the term named in the Original Deed, trains will always be run for reasonable accommoda tion of residents at Pearl City. Trains will reach Honolulu at 6:45 and 8 or 8:15 and 11:50 a.m., leave Honolulu for Pearl City and way Stations at 8:15 a. m. and 1:15 and 4 to 4:o0 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. M. Subject, however to such changes as may be from time to time found necessary for the con venience of the public or business interests of the Companv. Evening Trains will also be run whenever there is a reasonable demand. BEAUTIFUL VIEW! Those de3iring lots where the most charm ing view can be bad from the veranda of cottage or mansion, can obtain lots front ing on Lehua, Maile or Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most charming location for resi dences, as all agree who have taken the trouble to walk up Lehua Avenue above the fcwa Court House. A8 a health resort, a better situation cannot bo found. To as sist settlers, th3 following easy terms are offered : One-Third in Casli, One-Third in 3 years, One-Third in o years with interest at 7 per cent. Thus making it possible for tho most limited in means, to procure a Cue Lo illhv residence: Distance is annihilated bv rail way communication, so that people living at Pearl City will reach Honolulu in less 1 time than it takes to come from Waikiki by the ordinary means of travel, while the expense for a person will not be more than five cents per day greater than the present cost of travel to Waikiki by 1 ram way. Now is your time to procure Hoissteai and. Business Lots at PEARL CITY At Prices lower than they can ever be bought in the future. DonUetYourOpportunitySlip! If you do yon will live to quote the "hind siffht" saviiiea we so often hear from Deode who had a chance to buy the whole of Kulao kahua Plains for a bous, but they didn't ! A word to the wise is BuLnciect. Maps of the Lots can be seen at the oincea of tne i'acinc Hardware Co., Hawai ian News Co. and T. O. Thrum, and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where all farther in formation can be obtained. J. F. MORGAN, 1314-td 91-mws AUCTIONEER. Pules O. H. & L.CO. To Ewa Plantation EVERY SATURDAY Leaving the Honolulu Depot at 1:45 P.M. Trains will be made up of Coaches and Canopy top Cars all one price. gJ-Excursion Rates for these Trains only. 50 Cents to Pearl City and Return. 75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Return. An opportunity for a delightful ride and a breath of pure air, for only two cents per nine. v-im NEW! NEW! NEW! A. J. SCHIJEIBER, PRACTICAL m WAT and JEWELER, Hotel St., - - - Under the Arlington. ff-S?pecial attention paid to fine Watch Kepuinng, Jewelry, Clocks, etc. Moderate Pkices ! 9 Mm New Model Lunch Rooms! BETHEL STREET, (Next door to the Postoffice), NOW OIPEIST ! Give it a trial. v-3m Excursions ! digs, drrrtisfments. HOLLISTEE & CO., IMPOUTKItS AND DKALKIW IX Drugs and AMERICAN ami THE LEAPINQ Cigarettes and Tobaccos. The Most Complete Stock On the Islands. ACiKNCY FOR THE KODAK. Dark Room at Disposal of Amateurs. o Manufacturers of a Full Lino of AERATED Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. o : HOLLISTEU & CO.. - HONOLULU, II. I. 148 IftVt New Goods! o "PENNSYLVANIA" and NEW EASY LAWN MOWEKS, Haviland China, Silver 3?1 ate d ware, Lamps, Chandoliors "WM. Gr. FISCHER'S Famous Grand Active and Gol den Anvil Wrought Steel (Mil Mm ! OF VIjIL 81ZK9, With Boiler and Hot Water Attachment if desired. Consuming one-third less fuel, either wood or coal, than any other Stove in existence. No Brick work about it ! Just a Clean Cut Stove! Whoso Baking qualities are P3:v , unsurpassed. Triangular -is Urates. FOB SALE BY THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., (LIMITED). Opp. Spreckels' Bank, - - Fort Street, Honolulu, lon-v BENSON, SMITH & CO., 113 and 115 Soaps, Perfumes, OPTICAL GOODS, Etc., Etc. WHOLESALE and EETAIL. A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PHOTOGRAPHER'S SUPPLIES ! ency Tor the Ilawkpye Camera, Jtotlal Cameras and Eastmaii'M Bromide Paper At Manufacturers' Prices I Photographic Card TVIountH and AlbumB. -AGENTS FOB- BLAIR CAMERA CO., SCOVILL & CARBUTTS' TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS CO. The Only Steam Aerated Water Works in the Islands. 54 The Daily Advertiser and Weekly Gazette ARE THE LEADING And Have tho Meclicines HAVANA CIGARS, BRANDS OlN of Photographic Supplies WATEES! - - 109 Fort Street New Goods! o 0 : ;i 'l rial fc?;ii!'''t! 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