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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 22, 1890.
OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S local and general. FAREWELL DINNER. TIME TAULE. TO TAKE EFFECT OCT. 23, 1BOO. TRAINS A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu. ..0:1. 8:45 1:45 4:30t Arrive IIonoiiliuM.7:3( 9:l 2:19 6:35f I.ave IIonoullull.7:30 10:51 3:51 5:45t Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 :50f t Saturdays only. 53-tl Sundays excepted. PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I. T11n, Hun BT C. J. and Moon. LIONS. SO c 9 73 c a Day 'A S5 o o zr cr 5 9 1 I i a.m. 17i fi-'K) IS! 7.:i p.m. a.m. p.m 7.00 ... 1.JS0 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.11 6.15 16' 6.16 5.18 10. -fl ., Vd.. Vhiir. Frl.... Sit... Sun... 7.40; O.lOj 2.2') 5.18 1 1 . .J6 lu '2 H 30 l.OOl 3.20 9.2U, 2.1()l 4.20 5.17 .. 5.17! 0.:iH 5.17i 1.38 .21 111. 00:10. 3.3) 6-1) 6.10 6.40 .iWrj.Wjjll.fiOi 4.40 l.COl ... j 5.40 5.17 2.36 5.17 a. 4 The whistle of th Honolulu Steam Man lag Mill lihlowu dally by electric sintkl from the Harvey oflice rciHeiy at Honolulu tunan noon. It Hounds aiain at 28 ml d. 33 sec. past 1 o'clock p. n. of Honolulu mean time, to correspond with 12h. Om. On. as xlven hy chrcooiaeters set for Ornonwloh mean time. Tbi last is especi ally for the benefit of marluerr and Jewelers. Meteorological. THKKMO. c 9 S 9 2 e B 2 B - ! C bay 5 Mm. 9 :J0.M 29.97 Mon ill) ai.KJ i'i.'iX 70 81 0.05 67 61 6 68 74 fifii 6m! 73 8110.02 hoo.04 Hljo.3'J 7910.40 T.I (1 'Ml NK NK NE ME NE NE I'ues 11 30.(1 'I'J.'Ji Wed :l'2i29.97j-29.Sy Thnr 13129.94 .at). 86 Kri..'na9.8'jja9.K! Hat. .,15ja9.9l!a.H(; 71 r9 71 71 70 7"lo.(l) SHIFPIN0 INTELLIGENCE. akkivai.s. Friday, Nov. 1. StinrWO Ilall.Siiner.son.from Maui and Hawaii, ydir Liholiho from llanajtepe. YKSSKLS LKAVINO TO-DAY, Schr Ilaleakala for Kona. VKSSKL.S IN 1'OKT. II S Flagship Charleston. Remey. Jt B M 8 Nyiuuhe, Turner, from Han Fran. U S S Mohican, Sheianl, Samoa. Iiktne Mary Winkelman, Nisson, 8. F. JJk W 1$ (Jodfrey, I label, .San Francisco. Bk Faust, Otterbech, New York. 8 S Australia, Houdlette, San Francisco. IlriK Wm J Irwin, McCullough, San Fran. Bark Wakefield, Howes, New York. Hark Uirvan, Angus, Liverpool. BknteS N Cattle. Huboard, Ban Francisco VKSSKLS KXl'KCTEl). Vessels. Where from. Dae, Schr MarthaWTufW. Tort Madison. . . Bark Edward May . . Boston (ier ship Henrietta.. Puget Sound... Bk Charlotte Liverpool Schr Kobt Lewers .1'uget Sound Ship Fifeshire Liverpool Rk Santiago New York Bk Vivax New York 11 M S Zealandia San Francisco .Nov 22 Ship J C l'orter . S S China .Departure Hay.. . San Francisco . . Dec 25 TASSKNOKUS. ARRIVALS. From Maui and Hawaii, per strnr WG Hall, Nov 21 J D Faris, Jr, Capt Kahale wai. M Honers.L Ake.C Apio.T Alexander, W F Feary, A Baldwin, J A Kauhane, V (iuhurt and (K) deck. smrriNo notes. The bark Colotna.Capt Noyes.left yester day morning for China. The stmr W (I Hall arrived yesterday morning with 2,447 bags sugar, 22 bags coffee, 2 liead cattle, 22 bags awa and U3 pkgs. snndries. SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS. BEFORE M'CULLY, J. Friday, Nov. 21. In probate, guardianship of Kao uohiokala (w), a minor. Petition of James Anaana to be appointed guar dian. Ordered that he be appointed guardian nnder 100 bond. J. L. Kanlukou for petitioners. To-night's l'erformauce. There should be a large audience at the Hawaiian Opera House this evening, on the occasion of the per formance by H. M. 13. S. Nymphe a dramatic company. The pieces to be presented are the farces " Leave It to Me," and " Borrowed Plumes.'' There will be a display of light in fantry drill and songs and dances. Lieut. Musgrave is president of the company, and Mr. V. Sims, K.N., stage company. The proceeds are to e given for the new Sailors' Home. The box plan is now open at the office of Mr. L. J. Levey. Police Court. Friday, Nov. 21. Two drunks had to pay the usual amount. nn ih( civil side Police Justice Foster gave a decision in the case where W. S. Wond had been sued under the new garnishee law. The defendant Wond argued that the law does not apply to debts con tracted before the passage of this law, and that the Chief Justice signs bis draft for salary, not the Minister of Finance. The Court decided against Wond, and an appeal was nSted to the Supreme Court. The Australia's Departure. There was the usual large crowd to witness the departure of the steamship Australia yesterday for San Francisco. She was, half an hour late in leaving her dock, owing to freight. The band was there, and the boys covered Bandmaster Berger with leis and then sang Aloha Oo as lie uoarueu mo ir0u.w His Majesty the King and members s the f . f'ahinet were uowu wharf to see the steamer depart advertised as lost Amateur dramatic )erforniauc this evenincr at Opera House in aid of Sailors' Home. August Herring is under arrest for violation of Chanter X.. boction 4 of the Penal Code. The Post Office dispatched on the Australia 5,id7 letters and '2,500 packages of papers. A very tine Honolulu cutunder is for sale at the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Company's works. The R. M. S. Zealandia is due to day from San Francisco en route to the Colonies. She will bring eight days later news. rrt i" it lhe regular meetmg or me aus- sion Children Society will be held this evening at the residence of Prof. Alexander, Punahou. The Australia took yesterday to the Coast 8,71G bunches of bananas, 7,C2'J of which were shipped by Campbell, Marshall x Co. During the absence of the Hon. Chas. li. Bishop from the Kingdom, lion. fc. 31. Damon will act for him under full power of attorney. lhe Tax Appeal Board, Police Justice Foster, Messrs. J. O. Carter and J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., held a session yesterday afternoon in the Police Court. A reception was given last evening at Oahu College to Principal Jlosmer and his wife, lhere was quite a large attendance, and the evening passed pleasantly. Before Mrs. John Corwineleft yes terday many of her friends inspected an oil painting she has nearly com pleted of a feather cloak, crown, etc. It is a most excellent piece of work. All players interested in organiz ing a football League or Associa tion, with a view V regular games, are invited to a meeting at the otnee or u. 1. carter at ii:4o this morn ing. Next Monday the 24th inst.Messrs. Egan and Gunn have a grand open ing of new goods just received at their temporary store on King street, between Mclntyre's store and the Hamilton House. Through the kindness of Admiral Brown, the Flagship Charleston will carry a mail to San Francisco on Tuesday next, which closes at the Post Office at 1 p. m. This will be a capital opportunity to answer corre spondenco received by the Zealandia. The Eagle House on Nuuanu Avenue is a very comfortable hotel to stay at. lhe rooms are airy and well furnished,the board is excellent, and above all things the price is rea sonable. The proprietor,Mr.Krouse, ia always on hand to consult as to arrangements. Pearl City Lots are offered on the most favorable terms known. 108 The ISaseball fiame. The California Baseball Club is expected to-day on the Zealandia, and the first game will be played on the new grounds in the afternoon, commencing at 3:15 o'clock. Season tickets, include reserved seats, single admission is 50 cents, reserved chairs in stand 25 cents extra, and children charged for. Mr. Frank L. Hoogs comes in charge of the team, the members of which are all first-rate players. The teams in the first game will be as follows: Honolulu?. Positions. Californias. Wilder, Chan catcher Ward Meek pitcher Farrell Wodehouse, II . . . 1st base Powers Whitney 2d base O'Day Friedenberg 3d base Howard Chandler short stop Kielly Lucas nght held Creamer Covne center held Sharp Cohradt left field Cahill Thi Volcano. Advices from Kau by the W. G. Hall state that the volcano continues very active,and its light is seen every clear night from Punaluu to Honu- apo. Steam is occasionally seen ing from the southern slope of Mauna Loa, but no smoke or fire has been seen lately in Mokuaweoweo, the summit crater, either from Kau from Hilo. The steam issuing from the numerous cracks and fissures south of the crater has been unusually intense, indicating great activity of the subterranean volcanic fires. St. Andrew's Cathedral. The services of the second congre gation of St. Andrew s Cathedral to morrow, Sunday, will be as follows : 11:15 a. m. morning prayer with sermon. " Te Dtsum," Barrett in E flat, anthem "Teach me O Lord" Atwood; 7:30 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon, anthem " O how ami able are thy dwellings," West. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All are invited to these services. There were executed at the United States mints for October 73,000 double eagles, 5,000 eagles, 25,000 half eagles, 3,360,000 stan dard dollars, 2,050,000 dimes, 9b"4, 000 nickels and 072,000 one-cent pieces. SPECIAL. BUSINESS ITEMS. 0- CHUDDY! A freh lot at The Elite Ic e Cream Parlors. 121-3t. jrjy- Don't forget the Sale of Residence anJ Building Lots at Pearl City on NVv. h. 10' A sorrel mare is or strayed. nd Capt. Ileinejr of Entrrtalncri at thr Hotel. Yesterdav evening the Hons. W. H. Cornwell and Samuel Parker gave a dinner at the Hawaiian Hotel in honor of Hear Admiral George Brown and Capt. George C. Remey of the Flagship Charleston, which vessel shortly leaves for San Fran cisco. The dinner was held in the private dining room. The table was chiefly decorated in golden tones, radiating from the surah scarf of yellow silk which stretched across the center to the delicate tints of choice flowers scattered artistically about the table. At either end stood a piano lamp, which when lighted made a very pretty enect. lhe menu was a dainty one, served in excellent style under the management of Steward P. M. Lucas. The Hawaiian Quin tette Ulub was present on the ver anda and rendered vocal and instru mental selections during the dinner. I hose present were: 'Rear Admiral Geo. Brown, Capt. Geo. C. Remey, lion. John O. Dominis, His Lx. Hon. Godfrey Brown, Minister of Finance, Lieut. . L. Field, Lieut. N. J. Iv Patch and Lieut. Geo. L. Dyer, of the Flagship Charleston; Honor ables William G. Irwin, Panl Neu mann, uecil Urown, oamuel 1'arker and W. H. Cornwell, Col. the Hon G. W. Macfarlane, H. M.'s Chamber lain, Messrs. Paul R. Isenberg and H. Focke. SHOOTING AT WAILUKU. The Union liun Club Holds Its First Public Meeting. On Saturday, November 15th, the first public shooting match of the Union Gun Club of Wailuku was held at their ranee at Kahului. and was well attended. Three prizes were shot tor, each one to bo won three times before the winners can be distanced. n was a aengntiui aay, with a light breeze from the north east,con- sequently the firing was with the wind, and very good, considering it was their nrst attempt, lhe range is a good one, and the house, 30xlG feet, is very convenient and comfort able, and will accommodate over one hundred people. It is expected that the Union Club will make a match with the Makawao club shortly for the championship of Maui. The dis tance on this occasion was 200 yards, and each man hred 10 rounds. ollow ing is the score: H. Morrison. . .4 o 0 0 3 3 4 4 5 4 3 4 4 4 4 3 0 4 3 327 D. Morton.... W. Barclay .. 032 ..4 3 3 3 34 4 34 Geo. Boss .... 3 3 4 Dr. Geo. Herbert .4 3 3 436 435 432 A. VV. Horner .3 3 .4 2 .5 .3 .2 4 4 4 M. Z. McLane It. I. Fouest 2 3 0 3 327 a. Sen m uit 3 4 330 P. Mondt 4 5 237 E. Nelsen E. Omsted 4 3 4 3.S 2 2 3 2 3 0 423 11. H. Plemer 3 3 0 2 3 4 4 3 4 CO F. Hansen .3 0 3 2 2 0 4 3 2 5 2 0 3 0 21(5 2 0 2(! L. M. Vetlesen .... .4 .4 .2 M. J. McLane. . . . 4 4 3G J. E. Ganialielsen.. 0 3 0 421 E. Dick.son .4 0 3 5 2 4 .3 4 4 4 4 2 .3 4 2 0 3 3 .2 0 4 2 5 2 0 428 Thos. McNickol... 3 434 H. Grottieer E. B. Carlev 3 324 4 430 W. A. McKay...... 2 0 2 3 3 3 4 429 Xcuj Utucrtiscmcnt it. isroTioii; i HON. SAMUEL M. DAMON WILL act as mv attornev. with full nowers. during n;y absence from the Kingdom. CHAS. R. BISHOP. Honolulu, Nov. 1890. 124-2t Lost or Strayed. ON NOV. 14, ONE BROWN sorrel Mare, branded with small on neck. The hnderwul be suitably rewarded on returning to C. Booth, Pauoa. 124-1 w Five Room Cottage To Let. A DESIRABLE COTTAGE ON Kinau street (makai of residence of Mr. G. E. Boardman) with right of way to cars on Beretauia Premises in first-class condition. For particulars applv to J. Roth- well at General Post Office. 123 tO Stores To Let, TWO STORES ON KING ST., recently occupied by Mr. Chas. Hustace, to let at reasonable rental. Premises have been till 111 thorough ly renovated. Possession at once. Apply to J. Rothwell, General Tost Office. 123-t6 FOR SALE. pOLUMMA SAFETY BICYCLE IN good order, for sale cheap. Apply at this office. 123-2w Ileihvard & Howell, Contractors & Builders Brick, Stone and Wooden Building Etliute8 Given. Jobbing Prtunptljr Attrurferi to. 76 KING STREET. Bell Telephone 111 P. O. Box 428 ,U1V WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A LARGE UaN- MM ED I AT ELY. A LARGE L nrv of Kniptv Kerosene Oil ims (in Kerosene Oil -ood order) for which we will pay $1.20 per dozen. Appiy io Us-Zt CASTLE COOKE. Admiral Brown the Charleston street. CO" jjjjj j ME HAWAIIAN Base Ball (iron s PIIKOI STREET, COMMENCING Saturday Afternoon Nov. IJUd, at 3:13 o'clock. A Series of Match Games of Base Ball! ItETWEEX TIIK CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB' (Organized in San Francisco bv Mr. Frank L. Hoogs and is composed of the very best of Bae Ball Plavers especially selected for the Hawaiian Tour) AND THE CLVBS OF THE HAWAIIAN BASE BALL LEAGUE The First game will be played on SAT UKDAY AFTERNOON, November 22d at 3:15 o'clock : THE CALIFORNIA CLUB VERSUS THE HONOLULUS J3FSeLedule of Games will be announ ced later. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Season Tickets (including reserved seat) 3 50 Single Admission 50 Reserved Chairs in Grand Stand (extra) 25 Children " 25 N.B. No charge for carriage room. Season Tickets can be procured at the Hawaiian News Co.'s; Hollister fc Co.'s; Nolte's Coffee Saloon; C. J. Mc Carthy's Cigar Store; Williams' rhoto- f rapn uallery, and of the members of the lawaiian Base Ball League. 119-lw Notice of Sale of Gocds Distrained for Rent. VOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT expiration of fifteen davs wttpr rhp from this date, to wit: on the 28th day of November, 18(0, at 10 o'clock a. m., I will sell at public auction, at the salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan, in Honolulu, the goods and chattels of Shimamura and Mori dis trained by me for rent, described as fol lows: Five chairs, table, stool, lot books, counter, 2 trunks and contents, clock, cooking utensils, lamp, glass ware, table, mosquito net, shovel and sundries. 115-td FA1 KEE. Election of Officers. A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of Wilder's Steamship Co., (L'd.), held at their office in this city, November 17th, the following officers were re-eiecteu to serve during the ensuing year: Wm. C. Wilder President J no. F. Hackfeld Vice-President Sam'l B. Rose Secretary Sam'l B. Rose Treasurer Wm. F. Allen Auditor S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1890. 120-lw FOE SALE. ..i. ..i . r ..i , en DllSL-CitlSS DiirUUl 01101) For Sale Cheap. Two Chairs running. Address "Ash," this office. 108-1 in NOTICE. DURING Islands MY ABSENCE FROM THE s Mr. Li. a. Ihurston has mv full power of attorney to act for the Sau Diego Steamship Co. Capt. M. Staples will be at the office cor. Fort and Merchant streets, and will give any information re lative to Freight, etc. OSWALD A. STEVEN, Agt. San Diego S. S. Co. Nov. 14, 1890. 118-lw Dissolution of Partnership. THE FIRM OF WALKER & RED ward has been dissolved. F. H. Red ward takes over all property and will pay all liabilities. The business to be carried on by F. H. Redward. F. H. REDWARD, T. B. WALKER. Nov. S. 1890. Co-Part nership Notice. FH. REDWARD AND JAMES Howell, residents of Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, have formed a co-partnership under the name of Redward & Howell; place of business, King street, Honolulu; business of Builders and Con tractors. F. H. REDWARD, JAMES HOWELL. Honolulu, Nov. 13. 1890. US-fit NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for anv 33hjwt 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. 85-liu tf 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, 1S90. 84-3m CHOICE STOCK ! i To Arrive by the lSh: 3S Head Fine four-year-old MUI.F.S. s Head Fine Family Driving IIOLWKS. ft . 1 .- - . a nt-ai very iioue Milch Lows, to Calve within from 2 to 6 weeks. Also To Arrive by Dec. 1st. 14 Head Broken years old ; .HlLh, from 4 to 6 All cf the above wilt be tOLI) CHFAP! Apply to J. X. WRIGHT. Little Britan, King St., Honolulu. 1. O. Box 450. 134 -4t Il9-2w New Millinery Goods IEIl AUSTRALIA, MRS. B. GOOD - - Fort Street Has just received the latest varieties in Hats and Toques, ALSO Childreiis' Hats. LATEST SPECIALTIES : Dude Sailor's, Spar Sailor's, Lace Braids and Leghorn Flats, Birds, Wings, Piumes, Flowers, and The Latest in Ribbons. TRIMMED HATS AND TOQUES. 118-lm fllllV Steam Book and Job PRINTING OFFICE 46 Merchant Street. Is prepared to do all kinds of Commer cial and Legal Work, correctly and with dispatch. Having Lately Received a Very Complete! Stock of all the Finer Grades of Flat Papers of every size, WITH Fine White and Colored Cards. j And also having added to our former very large assortment, about eighty fonts of the Newest Styles of Job Types k Ornaments j From the most celebrated Foundries of the United States, and employing only experienced and tasty work men, we are prepared to turn out at very short notice : Letter Heads, 15111 Heads, Circulars, Note Heads, Statements, Kills of Lading, Contracts, Mortgage Blanks, Leases, Hands, Shipping Contracts, Calendars, ltlank Checks, Steel-plate Wedding Cards, Stock Certificates, Business Cards, Milk Checks, Meal Tickets, Hank Checks, Plantation Orders, Receipts, From. Notes, Marriage Certificates, Diplomas. Catalogues, Vlottlne I'axls. Druggists' Lables, Knvelopes, all sizes; Shipping Iteceipts, Ball Programmes,! Theatre Programmes, And in fact everything which a First- class Office can do, and At Bed-rock Prices ! Gazettft Ho!k and Jo!) OlSce 46 Merchant Street. Administrator's Notice, THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN duly appointed Administrator of the estate of Aniu (Ch.) alias Yim You. at Heeia, Koolaupoto, 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 mouths from date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all per sons indebted to the said deceased are re quested to make immediate payment in my office at the store of Wins On Wo & Co., King street, Honolulu, and in the store of deceased at Heeia, Koolaupoko. YIM QFON, Admr. Est. of Aniu (Ch.). deed. Honolulu, Oct. 2l, im. l&7-6t 10M2t Pianos For Eent. PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER from f l.oo to $7.00 per month. MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN NEWS 123-tf n COMPANY. TUEIIAWAIIANGAZETTE HOLLiSTEE & CO., IMl'OnrKIii VN-13 UKL.VL.KltS IX Drugs CHEMICALS. AMEU1CAX and HAVANA CIGARS, -THE LEAPING L1UXD3 Or- Cigarettes and ITobaccos. The Most Complete Stock On the AGENCY FOR THE KODAK. 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