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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 13, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. 2Ctnj -"Itipcrtiscmriits. rCcu) ilttiucrttscmrnte. Vdrfrtt5fmfnls. Tcru U)crtiscmtnt5. OAIIU RAILWAY k LAM) CO.'S TIME TABLE. O TAKE EFFECT OCT. 23, 18f0. J TKAIXH A.M. I.ave Honolulu.. .0:15 A.M. 8:4.1 P.M. 1:15 P.M. I:30f 5:35f 5:I5f C:5()f Arrive Honouliuli. 7:20 9:4U 2:4tt Leave Honouliuli. 7:30 10:51 3:51 Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 t .Saturdays onlv Sundays excepted. . i - . OkT-1 EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Legislative Assembly At 10 a. m. " 6TBANGF.K.H' fKIF.ND SOCIETY Met'tintf at i . Vv. A. ai 1U A. M. Knights Templar Honolulu Command- ery iso. l.at 7:30 p. m. Honolulu Akion Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Hawaiian Rifle Association Meeting of ii ruciors ui ine uou-i ai t v. m. Ueckption On 12:30 to 5 p. the L S. F. 8. Charleston, M. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AUKI V AI.S. Wednesday, Nov. 12 StmrC It cuit of Oahu Ilishoj), hit Claire, from cir- I K 1' A KT 1' ItKS. Weknesday. Nov. 12. Stmr James Makee, Macaulay, for Kapaa. I'AHSKNUKKS. ARRIVALS. From Oahu. per stmr C H Uishop, Nov 12-J Kaae, .Mhs Nellie Cook, Miss Lillie Cook, Sam Huu and 10 deck. SIIII'l'INO N'OTKS. 1 lie steamer C. K. Uishop, from circuit of Oahu, November 12, brought 1.&50 bag sugar. ;0 paddv, U' iaddy, 43 bags taro. 13.r boxes bananas, 5" turkevs, 11 pes hardwood, sundries. 8 green hides and i'A) pkgs. XF As an Investment, Pearl City Lot are the Best in the Market. 108 HONOULIULI RANCH. A Very I.nrge Kffnervitlr to He Con- tructel to Hill a .Million and a Half Gallons of Water. Mr. II. M.von Holt, superintendent of ranches for tho O. It. & L. Co., is "Laving constructed on the Honouli uli ranch, about fivo miles from the new Ewa plantation works, a storage reservoir which when completed and full of water will bo about 1250 feet long by 150 feet wide, and have a depth of water at the dam of 15 feet, A trench or puddle dam was dug t.lirnnrrh tho fall of the culch to a depth of from 3 feet on the ends to 7 feet in the centre, where a hard pan, impervious to water, was found. This was then rilled up with earth only, and packed dovn,and over this tho dam of earth is being built. When completed it will be about 50 feet wide on tho middle bottom, sloping upwards to a width of 10 feet on top, ICO feet across the gulch and 17 feet high. The dam is situated on one of the large plains extendin from the easterly slopes of the Waia a mnnntin whilfl flen ravine on eitner suie or ine piuieau win prevent any chance of mountain freshets. Two gulches starting from zero on the plain about half a mile from the mountains and a quarter of a mile apart run nearly parallel for about a mile, where they join, run ning out to tho plain again at zero. The dam is a quarter of a mile below , 1 , . A 1 1 1 1 1 il.o iiinction of the trulches, and the reservoir when filled with water, as it is nopea iy ine winter raius, win 1 1 . 1 - 1 .... rta tnv n a Oiia inn i rvr I uh uaiwu The reservoir will be fenced oil and warer ieii iuiu nuu&us unun dam through a two-inch pipe, so that tho stock can have clean and clear water. The survey, plans and detail nf work wore furnished by Mr. G. C. Allardt, civil engineer, who returned on Monday afternoon from inspect ing the progress of the work. A gang of twenty Chinese are doing the labor,and are encamped near the works, at a spring of water. After the heavy rains of tho beginning of the year,"tho water seeping out from the clay beds in both gulches con tinues to How quite a stream until the middle of June. This supply, together with what storm water may fall on the plains, and flow into the gulches, will be utilizedjto fill tht roorvrvivVc'VSvuMv Iwintr nrovidec tne 1 for the overnow. ur. Aiiarui, A rocorvf1 iwi-lieili lull ty uuiu -i mo gallons of water,which once full will no doubt be sufficient to stand an eighteen months drought, allowing for evaporation and stock purposes. Trustees Meeting. A meeting of the trustees of St. Andrew's Cathedral was held Wednesday morning, called by Bishop Willis, the President, as or dered by the Supreme Court. The object of the meeting was to consider the advisability of removing a build ;n in the Cathedral errounds. A motion was made, but the Bishop refused to put it, and left the room, followed by trustees Henry Smith, Edward Stiles, S. H. Davis and W. H Barnes. Seven other trustees remained, viz.: Alex. Mackintosh, T. It. Walker, T. May, G. S. Harris, C. Snevd-Kynnersley, M. P. Kobmson, H W. Mist, and went on with the business,after calling Mr.Mackiutosh to the chair. A committee was ap pointed on the removal of the build in", to report at another meeting, to beheld Monday evening. At noon yesterday in front of Aliiolani Hale the lease of the Gov ernment land of lvahikinui, Maui, containing an area of 25 000 .acres was sold to A. Enos & Co. for 3,010. II. li. 13. on the firbt page. The labor reading. bill has passed third Meeting of this evening. the Honolulu Arion The S. S. Australia, due to mor row, will bring twenty days later news. The Honolulu and Union Iron Works teams will play another frame ol baseball on Saturday. I he Legislative session of 1S86 was L'SJ days, and the present one will bo exactly the same. A number of the Japanese sailors from H. I. J. M. S. Tsukuba were drilling ashore yesterday. At the monthly meeting of the u Myrtle lioat Club, held last evening, Mr. W. C. Parke was elected Tresi- dent. Wednesday morning the Hawaii- an band serenaded II It. II. V nncess Liliuokalani at her residence, Wash ington Place. There will bo a combined band concert at the Hawaiian Hotel Fri day evening by the Hawaiian and Charleston bands. -lenders are called for by Mr. A. uaecrer ior mo erection oi a new T a 1 i m British club. Plans and specifica tions can be seen at that trentle- man's ollice. The reception at the Palace on Saturday promises to be an unusu ally brilliant one, owing to the num ber of war vessels in port and the officials who will attend. It is earnestly requested that those who intend entering boats for the regatta, should do so as early as pohHioie wuii jir. rj. iu. kj&i at me M.1 T -T . m Hawaiian News Company's store. There will be a special meeting of the Strangers' Friend Society in tho parlors of the Y. M. C. A. Hall at 10 o'clock this morning. The object is to elect a president to tho vacant office. A full attendance is re quested. A meoting of the directors of tho Hawaiian Rifle Association will be held at tho Hotel this evening at 7:30 o'clock for the purpose of arranging the programme for the tenth serai-annual target practice to be held on New Year's day. The regular reception of . the Ad miral, Captain and officers of the U. S. Flagship Charleston will be held on board this afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock. Boats will be at the landing from 2:30 until 4 p. m. This reception will be the last of the series. All the officers and members of the Honolulu Fire Department are requested by notice to assemble at the 15ell lower baturday evening at 7 o'clock to take part in the torch light procession in honor of His Ma jesty's birthday. The route of march will be found elsewhere. We are requested by His Majesty's Chamberlain to state that ladies and gentlemen on the Palace invitation list will have an opportunity of pay- S r respects to Their Majesties the King and Queen at the reception at the Palace, on Saturday morning, between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock. fff Pearl Citv Lots are otiered on the most favorable terms known. 108 The Athletic Association Kxhibitlon The Athletic Association does not propose to let the grass grow under its feet, as will be seen by reference to our aaveriisiner columns; mey . . s ... I pr0p0S0 to give an exhibition lor tne rrw ,.f pUmo- fnn.ls for fitHncr up their gymnasium, on next Friday or Saturday night. The exact date will depend upon the time of arri val of the tbrougn steamer from -tralia. Mr. Peter Jackson, the fi us pugilist, who is just return ing from a professional tour through Australia, will take part in the per formance, and jnve an exhibition of the art of self-defense. Soft gloves will be used, and there will be nothing about the exhibition that can offend the most fastidious. A number of local amateurs will also give Mr. Jackson pointers which he will no doubt treasure highly, and which will unquestionably place him in theJuiuxo-pon "the pinnacle of lame. Mr. "SY. S. ALaltby lias kindly vol unteered his assistance, and will i spin around tho circle " as nobody but Maltby can. This is the last chance to see " a wheel run away with a man," as Mr. Maltby leaves on the outgoing steamer. Members of the association who are in trim will also exhibit their skill on the horizontal bar, and otherwise initiate the public into the mysteries of the latent athletic tal ent which has heretofore been slum bering unrecognized in the commu nity. Thirty-four new members were elected Tuesday evening, and not three as stated by us. SUPREME COURTAT CHAMBERS. before m'cully, j. Wednesday, Nov. 12. Iu re estate o J. N. Robinson. Taxation of costs. The Court takes petitioners' attorney's costs at $44.50. W. O. Smith for petitioners, F. M. Hatch for contestants. BEFORE JUDD, C. J. In re estate of X. Pelii, of Hono lulu, Oahu, deceased, intestate. Pe tition of Peter Bolabola, adminis trator, to sell real estate. The Court orders that the petitioner sell at public auction in Honolulu the real estate in the petition. W. 11. Castle for petitioners. HONOLULU . DEPOT! V T -TCP. NOTICE ! mHE OFFICERS AND MEMIJERS OF A the several Companies are requested to assemblle at the Hell Tower in their Uni- iorms, without apparatus, on Saturday EvenfcNov. loll) 4 J AT 7 O'CLOCK, ror me purpose of Tiartirinatmc in iiu, rr. S.. . .T "O lorcnngnt Procession in honor of His Majesty's Birthday. Per Order. , HENRY SMITH, llQ-St Secretary Jl. F. D. IN HONOll OF By and under the Supervision of the Honolulu Fire Department, on SATURDAY EVENING, MEMBER la fir-The Procession will form at the at 7, and start at 7:30 o'clock. Bell Tower ROUTE OF IVIiVRCH: From the Bell Tower, thence alone Hotel street to Nuuanu street; down Nuu- anu street to Kmpr street; alone King street to the Palace cate: thence in and around the Palace erounds. and out to King street. Ihence the Procession will move alone King st:eet to Punchbowl street to Bere- tania street: alone Beretania street to Nuuanu street; down Nuuanu street to Hotel street; alone Hotel street to Bell Tower. 'Citizens are respectfully invited (o participate in the l'rocession. Ter Order. CHAS. B. WILSON, Chairman Committee on Torchlight Pro cession. lU-3t ATLAS Assurance Company FOUNDED LONDON. O 8 Capital, $ 6,000,000 $ 9.000,000 ' Having been appointed Agents of the above Company we are now ready to effect Insurances at the low est rates of premium. II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. 1348 112-y THE ARLINGTON, Hotel St., Honolulu, J. II. FISHER, Prop. terms: Board and Lodging per week (accord ing to location of room). .$ 10 00 to $12 00 Transient, per day 2 00 Table Board, per week 7 00 Single Meals 60 Visitors will find this one of the most comfortable and convenient h juses in the city, the rooms being large, light, and airy. Hot and cold water baths, 6G-ly NEW! NEW! NEW! A. J. SCHREIBER, WATCHMAKER and JEWELEK, Hotel St., - Under the Arlington. Special attention paid to fine Watch Repairing, Jewelry, Clocks, etc. Moderate Trices 9 Mm Fair at Waimea, Kauai. 4 FAIR WILL BE HELD AT WAI A niea, Kauai, on FRIDAY, November 2Sth, for the benefit of the Sunday School and Church of that place, and will open at 3 o'clock p. m. Crochet Lace, Ready-made Clothing. Hawaiian Mats, Shell Leis, Cocoanut Dishes, and other Fancv Articles will be sold. Also Ice Cream and Refreshments Patronage solicited. 1310-2t 114-lw HIS MAJESTY'S -:--:- BIRTHDAY, W 1 orcblight Procession PRACTICAL g Oaliii Railway and Laml Co. :N oy. 15, 1890 EXCURSION TRAINS Will run as follows for that day, so as to accommodate the entire public. Leave Honolulu. Arrive HononliulL G:15 a. m. 7:19 A. m. 8:45 a. m. 9:49 a. m. 10:00 a. m 11:04 a. m. 12:30 v. m. 1:34 r. m. 1 :45 v. M. 2:49 i. i. S:00 P. m. 4:04 v. m. 4.35 p. M. 5:39 p. m. Leave Honouliuli. Arrive Honolulu. 7:30 a. m. 8:40 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 11:10 a. m. 11:21 a. m. 12:25 p. M. 1 :51 P. m. 2:55 P. m. 3:CH) P. m. 4:10 P. m. 4:21 p. m. 5:25 p. m. 5:56 p. m. 7:00 p. m. POPULAR EXCl'RSIGK RATES! To Pearl City and Return, 50c. To Pearl City and Return, (including Bus 1 are) GOe. To Honouliuli and Return, 75c. 114-ot NOTICE ! Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will Please Take Notice. milE OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO. -L have maite arranppnipntii In HpIivpt lumber and all kinds of Building material at the Pearl City Station at the regular Honolulu prices. lhose desiring to band at Pearl Citv up on land sold by the Company please call at Company's office for further particulars. B. Jv. D1LL1MUHAJI. 101-lm General Manager O. R. & L. Co. H. F. WIOHMAN men & club! The following drew their Watches on Monday , November 10th : Clci? 1 Member No. 19. Club 2 Member No. 7. Club .'Member No. 43. Ci.uh 4 Member No. 20. Club 5 Member No. 41. SIXTH CLUB NOW FORMING! & Parties living outside of Honolulu desiring to join one of the Clubs can make their payments by mail. These watches are cased in solid 14 Karat Gold, with fine full ieweled Walthara Movements, and are warranted to be ac curate Time Pieces. H. F. WICHMAN, Prop. J. A. LUCKETT, Manager. 102-lm Daily Advertiser 50c per month. Bargains! - : -:o: THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D., Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive repairs to their building, they are Removing their Stock of Goods to the McINENY BLOCK. 3T" During removal, in order to save expense of handling, Their Entire Sock is Offered at Reduced Rates TO THE TRADE. Tersons requiring anything in their line will find this a specially favor able opportunity. ISTew G-oods, New Goods Have lately been received and fresh invoicas are on the way. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., IU, Fort Street, - - Honolulu. ii-td . Great Clearance Sale! -V GOO KIM & CO.'S, 511 NUUAXU ST., Commencing To-day ! lor Two Weeks ! A FULL STOCK OF Dry and. ITaiioy Groocls TAILOR GOODS, Etc.. Etc., all of which will be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! 100 ALL ABOARD" roK Pearl City TO MEET THE DEMAND OF -L the Public for an opportunity to visit Pearl City, the OahU Rail way and Land Company have arranged to have an Omnibus meet each train from Honolulu at Pearl City Station everyday (Sundays excepted) from November 15th to November 29th inclusive : during which time Special Tickets will be issued at Honolulu Station with coupon attached To cover the bus fare, at a cost of (10 cents each, for the round trip, to and over Pkarl City and return . The Company desire that all intending purchasers shall have an opportunity to see the Lots offered for sale, and that they may also see the provision made for an ample supply of pure mountain water. The bus pro vided will take ieople all over that part of Pearl City now laid out in streets. The distributing reservoir, full of water contains about 700,000 gallons and is situated at an eleva tion of 100 feet above sea level. The Company propose to make within a month or two another dis tributing reservoir about a half mile farther up, at an elevation of 190 leet above sea level, which will sup ply water for all Lots above the level of the present distributing reservoir. The situation of the Lots above the 100 feet elevation is fine, and the view of Pearl Harbor and the surrounding country is most charming, but the Company want the Public to see for themselves, and therefore make it possible for all to do so, at a trifling exjense, and with the least tossible physical effort! G"Remember, those who Buy at the First Sale will secure Lots at a Lower Price than they can be bought at any future time! B. F. DILLINGHAM, General Manager O. R. & L. Co. 114-td ASSESSMENT ! Hawaiian Baseball Association. VOTITF. TS TlKInV CIVPV THAT A-' at a meetini? of the Bn.ird of 1irpntrr held on October 29, 1KJ0, an Assessment (No. 3) of live dollars (5 00) per share was levied on the Capital btock of the Corpor ation, payable immediately to the Secre tary. Any Stock upon which this Assessmen shall remain unpaid on the 2Sth day of November, 18'J0, will be delinquent, and luveruseu ior sale at puoiic 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 of advertising and expenses of sale. Bv order of the Board of Directors. J. 11. FLSHKR, Secretarj-. Office with Messrs. Bishop & Co., llono- lulu. 105-2w . New Model Lnnch Rooms! BETHEL STREET, (Next door to the Postoffice), IsTOW CXPEIST! Give it a trial. 85-3m - Bargains! T- - w H0LE1STEB & CO., IMPOKTEIIS -VT13 DK.VLK11S IN" Drugs and Medicines CHEMICALS. AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGAltS, TI1E LEADING BR ASPS Of Cigarettes and Tobaccos. The Host Complete Stock On the AGENCY FOR THE KODAK. Dark ltoom at Disposal of Amateurs. o .Manufacturers of a Full Line of AEEATED "WATERS! Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. o HOLLISTER & CO., - - - 109 Fort Street HONOLULU, II. I. 14S 1304 New Goods! " PENNSYLVANIA " and NEW EASY I.AWN MOWERS, Haviland China, Silver Rl ate d ware, Lamps, Chandeliers WM. Gr. FISCHER'S Famous Grand Active and Gol den Anvil Wrought Steel in U OF" ALL SIZES, 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 alout it ! " Just a Clean Cut Stove ! SSr Whose Baking qualities are OT'Ji-St unsurpassed. Triangular -agJ Grates FOR SALE BY THE Goo Ranges ! Jjm m HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., (LIMITED). Opp. Spreckels Bank, - - Fort Street, Honolulu, 100-v BENSON, SMITH & CO., 113 and 115 DRUGS, Soaps, Perfumes, OPTICAL GOODS, Etc., Etc. WHOLESALE A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PHOTOGRAPHERS SUPPLIES ! Agency Tor the Ilawkeye Camera, Kodak; Cameras and EaHtmanV Uromide Paper At Manufacturers' Prices 1 Photographic Card 3NIountH and AlbuiriH. -AGENTS 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 TIIE LEADING PAPERS OF THE KINGDOM, A.nd Have tlio Largest Circulation! of Photojprapbic Supplies Islands. New Goods! TrTfV'r hLJ tSfe O Fort Street, PATENT 1DICIN Toilet Articles, and EETAIL. FOR- ADAMS CO., CRAMER DRY PLATES, DRY FLATES. fj'W'I'V'Tfwl'l ' ' Y'VII ni),iiiHjnil ''iiWii.IT ES