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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 24. 1890.
To 13n 3ut!joritti LETTER OF THANKS. J. U. Kawainui. S. K. Kane. J. K. Kaulia, C. B. Wilson, Jno. Ena, C I. laukea, J. L. Kaulukou, S. Mahelona, A. Fernandez, S. Nowlein, hi. Dwight. O. L. Desha, E. Kaululaau Wright, J. H. Boyd, W. C. Achi. J. K. Naone, II. N. Boyd, G. K. Norton, E Johnson, J. M. Kaneakua, O.Stillrnan, Heil Kapu, H. Defries, and R. II. Baker, A Committee of Arrangements for the Celebration of His Majesty the King's Birthday. Gkntlkmes: By command of His Majesty the King I have been requested to tender II is heart felt thanks to you each and all for your endeavors to make the celebration of His 51th Birthday on November PHh a great success. (Signed) G. W. MACFARLANE. His Majesty's Chamberlain. Ioluni Palace, Nov. 22, 18W. 125-1 1 Foreljfn Office Notice. Official notice having been given that during the temporary absence of HON. E. MULLER, Consul for Austria-Hungary, ED. SUHR, ESO.., will discharge the functions of that office as Acting Consul, all persons are hereby required to give full faith and credit to all the official acts of the said Ed. Suhr, Esq. J. A. CUMMINS, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Aliiolani Hale. November 21, 18!i0. 1350-1 1 123-3t It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint WALTER HILL. ESQ. to be a member of the Board of Education. The Board now consists of the following gentlemen: hoN. Charles R. Bishop, President; Hon. W. I). Alexander, Hon. S. M. Damon, Mr. W. W. Hall, and Walter Hill, Esq. Iolani Falace, November 20, 1890. 1350-lt 122-3t THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. November, 181M. 8u. Mo. Tu. W. Tta. Fr. Sa. November 4 1 Last Quarter. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 November 12 New Moon. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 : 7T NovcmbcJ 19 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 tirwt uarte 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 November 26 Full Moon. 31) EVENTS OF TO-DAY. K. of P. Uniform rank drill, Rilles Ar mory, at 7:30 i m. 1. O. O. F. Harmony Lodge No. 3, at 7:30 p. M. A. F. & A. M. Lodge Le Progres V Oce anic at 7:30 p. m. THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. lie Just and fear not: Let all the ends thou alm'at at be Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. MONDAY, NOV. 24, 1890. honok TO WHOM IS DUE. HONOR Truly tho National lleform Party shows no want of alacrity in ap propriating any available credit duo to their predecessors. Their jubilation over the prices bid for the lots of Government land on the south slope of Punchbowl is an in stance. How is it that this new neighborhood has become such a favorite, and whence comes the water to supply tho necessities of this promising suburb? If the late Reform Ministry had not effected all preliminaries,this district would be worth now no more than it was three years ago. The new road from Reretania street leading up along the foot slope of Punchbowl was designed to connect with the much-contemned Punchbowl road, and so tho dwellers in tho new villas after viowing tho cocoanut grove of Waikiki and DiamondJIead from thoir own windows can with out much effort walk or ride up to the old saluting battery, ami enjoy tho ever-changing tints of tho Waia nae mountains, the yacht-sprinkled expanse of the Pearl lochs, the waving green of the new rice,sugar and banana plantations stretching away to Honouliuli and the cheer ful, fussy locomotive carrying its freight and passengers to the new city and tho newly cultivated estates, then may tho " National " trumpeter smite upon his breast and exclaim, " Alone I did it!" So, too, doubtless ho will feel called upon to welcome the first deep-draft ship that passes through the Allardt passage with loud praises and congratulations ou the foresight which set at work the survey and plans which we hope may eventuate in so splendid an achievement. It will be conveni ent, by that time, to forget that they were taken in harxl and the practical part accomplished by di rection of the Minister whose name being mentioned, was sufficient to set the Chiefs of the Tarty roaring OUR themselves out of all sense of de corum, and to use- language which often stretched legislators' privil ege to breaking point. For ourselves, we have no doubt that the bar will be cut through and the harbor dredged without findinir the remains of tho Punch- CD bowl road at the bottom, where it was so often announced to be al ready deposited the wish being then father to the thought. Now, however, the probability is that this road, its yet unfinished acces sories and its yet unbuilt suburb, will be proudly pointed to as the creation, rather than the inheri tance of those who succeeded tho Jieform Ministry. Let us givo both their due. Consult the Map of Pearl City, and select 2Jth. the Lots you wish to buy on Nov. 10S A GREAT DISASTER. TIih Wreck of a lirltlsh War Vessel One Hundred and Seventy-three Lives Lost. The British torpedo cruiser Ser pent foundered oil" the coast of Spain. The Serpent was a twin-screw vessel of 1770 tons, and carried six guns. She was lost twenty miles north of Capo Finisterre. The disaster occurred at 11 o'clock on Monday night, November 10th, a heavy storm prevailing and the night being densely black. SVht?n the vessel struck, her keel was torn off and a great hole was stove in her bottom. She slipped off the rocks into deep water,and imme diately foundered, tons of water rushing through the hole in her hull. The majority of the officers and crew were below when the vessel struck.and she sank so quickly after ward that none of them had time to reach the deck. The disaster was so sudden that it was impossible for those on deck to get a boat into the water. The time between striking and sinking was so short that nearly all on board went down without making a sign. It is stated that the Serpent had become partially disabled in a hurri cane, and that it was necessary for her to repair before proceeding on her voyage. Her commanding officer therefore decided to put into Corunna or Vigo, and while attempting to make the port the vessel was lost. The official statement shows the loss of life to be 173. A reward has been offered by the Government for the recovery of tho bodies. Strange stories are afloat in regard to the ill-fated cruiser. It is alleged that she was bungled in building,and that her test trials under steam were farces. Maul Notes. Tho box containing the papers, etc., which wore stolen from "William Goodness' safe, somo weeks ago, has been found with all the papers, in a cane field near Wailuku. The thief has not been caught although some queer reports are going the rounds. The Wailuku sugar mill started grinding Wednesday; everything in the new mill working nicely. ThaWnilma will nnt. 1, fin- isbed for grinding till January. It is reported that Wailuku had an aspirant for the Inspector-Generalship of Government Schools. The brig John D. Spreckels ar rived Friday at Kahului, iifteen days from San Francisco. An addition to the Waihee Gov ernment School building will be put up during the holidays, Alex. Mar shall having the contract. Dr. Allen of Hana is reported as recovering from his illness, but is stillat the hospital here. Dr. Mou ritz arrived from Kau yesterday in the Hall, but owing to the improved condition of Dr.A., will not probably go on to liana to supply the doctor's place there. November 22, 1890. Koyal llreakfust and Presentation. A breakfast was given at Iolani Palace yesterday morning in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fowler. Those present were : Their Majes ties the King and Queen, Hon. Paul and Mrs. Neumann, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fowler, Miss Inez Neumann, Miss Finckler, Hon. G. W. Macfar lane, H. M.'s Chamberlain, Mr. T. McKenzie Fowler, Mr. J. W. Rob ertson, H. M.'s Vice Chamberlain, and Mrs. Robertson. After the breakfast their Majes ties presented Mrs. Fowler with a handsome mamo lei enclosed in a carved sandal wood case, as a wed ding present. This gift of a rare royal feather necklace is the greatest compliment that can be bestowed. Iance at the I'alace. On Friday a committee of ladies waited upon the King to obtain his permission to have a dance at the Palace this evening. His Majesty readily consented, and the invita tions are issued by that committee. The dance is given on the eve of His Majesty's departure for the Coast, and also complimentary to -Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fowler and the Admiral and officers of the U. S. Flagship Charleston. The Hawaiian band will play for dancing. READ THE DAILY ADVERTISER i if you want the lataet new8. SAN FRANCISCO LETTER. IVr K. M. S. S. Zealand!. San Fran- i November IS. 1K90. (From Our San Francisco Correspondent.) Sugar Nwi, York, Nov. 13 Cuban centri- New fugal,t3 degrees, 5 52-i00; granulated The local market is steady, with rates based on G'gC for granulated. The East ern market is very quiet. The supply at San Francisco w ill probably be dimin ished by the failure of the Strathearn to arrive from Java. .She is given up as lost. Judge Pratt of New York has apioint ed H. C. Havemeyer, General II. W. Slocum and S. W. White as receivers of the Sugar Trust. The trust will very soon issue a new plan of re-organization, and its.afiairs will be conducted so as to con lorm to the laws as recently laid down by the courts. The Secretary of Agriculture in Lis recently published annual report makes a very" flattering reference to the beet and cane sugar prosject8, and particular ly to the former. The excellent condition of both crops is attended to. The outlook for the home sugar industry is consid ered favorable. An analysis by the de partment chemist of beet3 grown in various states from seed distributed last spring indicate a high per cent of sugar, and alford what is regarded as conclusive proof that large sections of the country are adapted to the successful culture of the sugar beet. I he practical results ob tained in Nebraska, California and Kansas demonstrate the feasibility of home-grown sugar manufacture. Con sidering that Europe produced last year 3,025,000 tons of beet sugar, and that a very material part of it was grown in soil and climate similar to that of the central United States.there seems to be no valid reason why this country should not in a few years be practically independent of foreign sources for its sugar supply. A dispatch from Farnham, Con., says that the French company which is oper ating a beet sugarie there has proved a success, the beets running irom six 10 eleven per cent of saccharine. Beet sugar production is receiving re newed attention throughout the United States. A dispatch from Berlin.dated the 13th, says: The National Zeitung says: The bill before the Federal Council provides for a gradual reduction in the tax on beet sugar. The payment of the bounty on beet sugar exported from the country begins in August, 1893. The value of merchandise imports at San Francisco during October was as follows: Hawaii, fiSJ,S7S; Philippine Islands, $358,019; Dutch East Indies, $363,(529 ; Australia, $105,222 and Tahiti $27,105. A Money Scare. The past week has been marked by tremendous excitement on the .New York money market brought about by a general bear raid all along the line on the Northern PaciGc and North Amer ican bank, both controlled by Villard. In the hurry and rush of the attack four of Villard's broking firms went under, notably Decker Howell & Co. The North River Bank also had to close its doors. The culmination was on the 12th and 13th when all stocks and parti cularly the Villards were mercilessly attacked. Villard weathered the storm though rumors of his failure were rife at all times. In the movement the pan icky feeling extended to every stock. Sugar Trust dropped to 51, and all other stocks fell from 5 to 25 per cent. The market quieted down on the 14th and was in its normal condition. Money went as high as 18S but this stress wTas relieved by the New York clearing house. Among the houses which went under were Chas. M. Whitney & Co., brokers, for $300,000 ; John T. Walker, Son & Co. for $300,000, and Decker How ell & Co. for over $1,000,000. Trade with New Zealand. Consul Connelly at Auckland, N. Z., has made a report to the State Depart ment in which it is stated that the value of imports from the United States in amounted to ?i,7ir',ibU an increase oi yo,o.w over looa. Ane vaiue oi ex- 860 leaving a balance of $5,320 in favor of the United States, i he total value of imports from the United States into all the colonies during the past ten years is stated to be $18,GS0,255 and the exports to the United States were $1G,33'J,0G0 leaving the United States a trade bal ance of $1,341,195 after ten years. This is considered exceedingly favor able in view of the fact that no particular effort has been made on the part of the United States to cultivate trade relation. The only method of building up trade is to foster the steam communication. Consul Connelly refers to the fact that for years the New Zealand Government has borne the most of the expense of the mail steamer service. In speaking of the failure of the government to re new the service Consul Connelly says : "The withdrawal of the Oceanic Com pany's 6teamers would be a deathblow to American progress in the South Pa cific and would tend toalienate the friend ly desire to trade with lhe United Slates that at present happily exists. It would require years of determined and unre mitting effort to establish the friendship and prestige that we at present enjoy in the seas. I cannot too strongly urge the necessity of at least giving pecuniary assistance to old established lines whenever the importance of such lines demands it." Continuing the Consul states that the condition of the colony is as prosperous as could be expected con sidering that the total indebtedness is about $452,S4G,370 of which .f442,S46,370 is held abroad. Monument to Taverntr. The brig Consuelo which sailed on the 13th, had on board a granite monument which is to be built over the remains of Jules Tavernier, the artist, which are buried at Honolulu. The monument is a fine specimen of this sort and is suit ably inscribed. It was purchased by an association formed for the purpose. ltlaine's Ideas Triumph. The Republican leaders have spent the past two weeks in casting about for the reason of their Waterloo at the polls on the 4th, and the results of their confer ences will embodied in a plan of ac tion to be pursued at the coming short session of Congress. The staunch ad herents of the McKinley bill are loth to believe that that is what caused their defeat, but the general run of the leaders are firmly of the opinion that that mea sure was responsible for it ail. Mr. Blaine has seen the opening now pre sented to him, and a reciprocity treaty has been concluded with Brazil, while others are pending with Colombia, Teru, Chile and Argentine. General E. Burd Grubb, the newly-appointed Minister to Spain, has the Cuban reciprocity treaty well in hand. Dispatches from Wash- inton indicate that Blaine is working night and day on his cherished project, and that if he has the swing at present accorded him, he will make reciprocity the election i?ue of the campaign of lS'.J'J, as against free trade. Iturchrll Hanged. J. K. Burchell was executed on the 14th in the jail yard at Woodstock, On tario, for the irmrder of F. C. Benwell in February last. He induced Benwell to leave England with him on the pretense of teaching him how to farm. He re presented that he owned a vast farm in Canada, and told Benwell that by in vesting a small amount of capital he would soon beoine rich. After fleecing Benwell out of his monev he lured him to a swamp near r.astwoo-1 and there killed him.bThe evidence against Burch ell was entirely of a circumstantial na ture, but it was so Btrong that, notwith standing the fact that thousands of people petitioned for a commutation of hi sentence, the authorities would not interfere. Burchell met his fate bravelv, never faltering "during the ordeal through which lie parsed before the execution He stoutly maintained from first to last that he did not fire the shots which killed Benwell, but would not eay who did. J lis w ile in their laet parting urged him to confess, but this he would not do. San FrancUro News. Sarah Bernhardt 13 to play an engage ment at the Grand in February, opening with Cleopatra. The Baldwin Hotel narrowly escaped destruction by tire on the 9th. There was a general exodusof guests when this incipient blaze was discovered. The upual number of rash election bets were paid this year. Sunday the tUh was marked by several wheelbarrow proces sions on the part of the losers, while one Democrat jumped into the bay, a la Dan McGinty, "in his best suit of clothes," for thinking that Pond would win the Governor's chair. Mountains twenty-five miles high have been discovered on the planet Mars by the astronomers at the Lick observa tory. Diptheria is epidemic, nearly 100 cases having been reported during the past week. The Kisdon Iron Works has been awarded the contract for building twelve twelve-inch rifled mortars for coast de fense at $2,445 each August Olaquer, a bootblack, 6hot bis wife on the 10th, and then attempted to cut his throat, rseither will die. Jealousy was the cause. Attempts are being made by the Chi nese Six Companies to settle the warfare between the Suey on Tong and the Hop Sing Tong lnghbinders.which has result ed in the death of four highbinders dur ing the past fortnight. John Ivett,an old and wealthy rancher, was murdered at bis house near Snelling, Cal., on the 9th inst. The murder has created a great sensation. .No arrests have been made, though Aug. Olsen.his brother-in-law, was under suspicion. L.x-benator rair has invested over $-5,000,000 in San Francisco real estate during the past eighteen months,and will soon build new structures on many of the business properties he has acquired. A monument is to be erected at Mon terey in memory of Father Junipera Serra,the pioneer Franciscan missionary of California. The Union Iron "Works has just shipped over $.300,000 worth of mining machinery to Bolivia. The business portion of Tiburon, Cal has been burned out. Loss $20,000. The four-story brick block at Davis and Sacramento and Davis streets was burned on the 13th. The total loss is $250,000, with $150,000 insurance. S.Wangenheim owned the building, and it was occupied bv Liebes Bros., tobacconists, L. Saroni, candy manufacturer, H. Dutard,commis sion, and others. Kastern News. George S. Mackenzie has reported to the National Government that the Yo- semite Valley, as at present controlled by the State of California, is wholly un der the rule of hotel monopolists, and that many of its great natural features have been ruined by the vandal com mission which controls it. This sounds hard, but it is the strict truth The Chicago packers, including Ar mour, are attemping to combine in order to sell out to an English syndicate The tarmers' Alliance in view of its reeent success in the recent western elections, is assuming a vast importance in the eVes of the politicians. It will probably run itself out before the next election C. A. Dana, of the New York Sun, has resumed his attack on ex-l'resiJent Cleveland. It is reported that Senator Ingalls of Kansas is to be engaged on the bun as soon as his lerm expires. .nnlish capitalists nave maae pur chases among the New England cotton mills. It is reported that Jay Gould has sue ceeded to the control of the Union l'a cific railway. Stanley is lecturing in New York. The first lecture netted $15,000. The explorer described Emin as a " weak, dapjer little fellow." Iceman O'Sullivan, one of the Cronin murderers, has made a statement from his cell in Joliet prison, confessing in part his complicity in the murder of Cronin. Two people were killed and eleven in jured in a collision on the Pennsylvania railroad near Pittsburg on the 14th. Three persons were killed in a railway accident near Salem on the lzin. J. A. MeKav. the Farmers' Alliance candidate w ho was elected Judge of the judicial district composed of Barber and Comanche counties. Kas., who never studied law, never was admitted to the bar and never was in court in any ollicial capacity, is to be properly pre pared for his duties. His Alliance will send him to Ann Harbor to study law for sixtv davs and prepare himself for the Bench. The students of the University of Michigan and a militia company had a street hht at Ann Harbor on the 13th One student was killed and two militia men were mortally injured Allen G. Thurman's 77th birthday was celebrated on the 13th at Columbus, Ohio. Ex-President Cleveland was pre sent and the usual speech-making was indulged in. The Census Office has issued a bulle- Indians on reservations Henry Villard has projected a railroad to Alaska The public debt is $1,548,621, 600 and the cash in the Treasury is $JS1, 316,450, leaving the net debt but fS67,30o,120. Foreign News. The Nicaragua Minister of Public Works has congratulated the Nicaragua Canal Co. on the progress thus far made on the big ditch. Cuba is riie for revolt, unless Spain permits reciprocity with this country. Despite the order issued by the gov ernment prohibiting the emigration of peasants and Polish Jews to Brazil, 300,000 have left Russia for that country during the past three months. tin showing the population of the coun- quested to make immediate payment in trv to IV' Vlrt not including las- ny othce at tne store of NN ing Jn & tr to be 0-,40,o4 ), not intiu.lin aias j street. Honolulu, and in the ka, white persons in Indian lerntory or f aa at nfm. Koolatmokn A new railroad is projected in the Re public of Colombia. It will greatlv de velop the country. A revolt has broken out in Honduras and the capital is besieged. General Sanchez heads the insurgents. two Brazilian cruisers are existed to arrive in New York during the latter pan oi una monin, with the special pur pose of delivering to President Harrison a medal and a letter of thanks from the Brazilian government for his prompt recognition of the new Republic. They will be received with distinguished naval honors. Dr. Nansen the Danish explorer who recently crossed Greenland will endeavor in 1SI2 to drift to the Pole via Behring Straits and the Arctic Ocean. Granada, Nicaragua, has been badlv shaken up by earthquakes and thou sands of people have tied from the city. The controversy over Stanley and Bartallett still continues. Some law euus are exjeciea in consequence cuiio cAjttcu in consequence. i Bismarck intends shortlv to publish a life of William I. The Emperor Wil- liam has forbidden the book to be circu lated in Germany unless it is first sub mitted to him for examination. Sporting New. A ball team coniftinc of well known plaversison board the Zeilandia to ilav in Honolulu. Slavin and McAuliffe have both been muicieu mr prize nuntinir. f avin is booked to meet Jackson in Melbourne in March, after which he will fight Jim Corbett. Neither Stambonl. Falo Alto nor Sunol lowered their records on the Sth. Electioneer, the famous sire of trotting horses is slowly dying of old age at Falo Alto. Joe Thompson, the Australian sport.i; in the city working ut his scheme to establish a new race course. Jim Corbett will not go to Honolulu lor the present, as was announced. Shipping Item. It is announced that the Portland- China steamers of the Union Pacific Co. will be running shortlv. lhe whalers are nearly all in and the catch is about 200 whales. An unusual number of accidents is reported over a uozen men uavmg oeen lost during the summer. The Canadian Government will soon subsidize a line of steamers to run from Halifax to Liverpool in less than five daj-s. The Bntisn man-of-war Warspite is in port on the wav to Coquimbo. She is the largest vessel ever in the harbor. The more Lots vou Buv at Pearl City, the more Money you will make, las Xim Urortiscmcnts. Just Received Ex Zealand ia, only a few Fat Turkeys On Ice ! FOR THANKSGIVING Call early ; only a few left ! !t1 LEWIS & CO., (iiocers, 125-3t FORT STltKET. WANTED. UIKST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS; GOOD -L pay; only experienced hands need ap ply, corner r on an t Jiotel streets (.over Ehrlich's dry goods fctore. lll-lru NOTICE. DR. WOOD HAS REMOVED HIS OF tice and residence to the new building opposite the Hawaiian Hotel, on Reretania street. 120-2 w NOTICE. TR. JOHN M. DOWSETT IS AUTH orized from this date to sign our firm name per procuration. BISHOP & CO. Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1390. 122-1 w 1350-t t Honolulu Cutunder. One New Honolulu Cutunder For SSOO. HAWAIIAN CARRRIAGE MTG CO , 124-3t No. 70 Queen Street. NOT1CK. OAPTAIN JOSEPH ANGUS OF THE v British Barque Girvan will not be re sponsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his w.itten onler. 122-31 LOST. k PAIR OF GOLD-MOUNTED SPEC TACLES, somewhere a'ong King street irom Alapai to Alakea street and up Alakea to Y. M. C. A. hall. Suita ble reward will be given for the return of the same to this ollice. MUS. H. 122-3t Administrator's Notice, qiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN JL duly appointed Administrator of the estate of Aniu (Gh.) alias Yim You, 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 sii months from date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all per sons indebted to the said deceased are re- YIM UPON, Adnir. Est. of Aniu (Ch.). deed. Honolulu, Oct. 29, lrflO. 1347-it 104-12t BA-TilG-AJ-jSTS ! Hawaiian Hotel Stables HAVE FOR SALE Canopy-top Phaetons. Top Buggies, Double-seated Carriages, for family use, Top Carts, with pole and sh ifts. Spring Wagon, w.th 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 N HOTEL STABLES. aiiilGccsc Xciu rUuicrtiscnunta. HAW A-II-cYN FIRST (iAMK, Thanksgiving Day ! THURSDAY, Nov. J'nh, at 3:15 p. m. A Series of Matca Games of w m 1-1 I-m1 I I ' 9 -A-C.LXX HETWKKN TIIK CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLl'B (Organized in San Fraiuisco bv Mr. Frank L. 1 loogs and is com poeJ of the verv best of Fae Hall Flavors especially selected for the Hawaiian Tour) AND Till CLVBS OF THE HAWAIIAN BASE BALL LEAGUE THE OPENING GAME THE CALIFORNIA CLUB VKRSVS- THE HONOLULUS FBtDAY AFTKBNOOX - HAWAII- AN lNDEPKNUKNl'i: DAY CALIFORNUS VS. HAWAIIS. SATURDAY AFTEKNOOX, Nov. 20th: CALIFORNIAS VS. HONOLULUS. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Season Tickets (including reserved seat) $3 50 50 Sinlo Admission. Reserved Chairs in Grand JStand (extra) Children N.D. No charge for carriage room. Or-Season Tickets can be procured at the Hawaiian News Co.'s: Hollister & Co.'s; Nolte's Coffee Saloon; C. J. Mc Carthy's Cigar Store; Williams Photo graph Gallery, and of the members ot tnc Hawaiian ISase Hall League. 119-lw "ALL ABOARD" FOR Pearl City rpo MEET THE DEMAND OF X the Public for an opportunity to visit Pkahl City, the Oahu Rail way and Land Company have arranged to have an Omnibus meet each train from Honolulu at Pearl City Station every day (Sundays excepted) from November 15th to November 2'Jth inclusive: during which time Secial Tickets will be issued at Honolulu Station with coupon attached to cover the bus fare, at a cost of 0 cents each, for the round trip, to anil over Pearl City and return. The Company desire that all intending purchasers shall have an opiortunity 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 people all over that part of Pearl City now laid ont in streets. The distributing reservoir full of water contains about 700,000 gallons and is situated at an eleva tion of 100 feet alovc sea level. The Company promise to make within a month or two another dis tributing reservoir about a half mile farther up, at an elevation of 100 teet above sea level, which will sup ply water for all Lots above the level of the present distributing renervoir. The situation of the Ixts 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 iossible for all to do so, at a trifling exienHe, and with the least jossible physical effort I jdTRemember, those who Euy at the First Sale will secure Lots at a Lower Price than they can be bought at any future time I B. F. DILLINGHAM, General Manager O. H. & L. Co. 114-td FOE SALE. First-class Barber Shop For Sale Cheap. Two Chairs running. Address " Ash.' this ollke. 108-lni To Let or Lease! THE I1KSI BENCH OF MBS. A. Long, Pauoa. Apply to C. Booth. Pauoa. 121-lw Notice to Mariners. YACHTSMEN AND OTIIKUS WISH--I- inn to prlect tlieinelvea in Modern forms of Practical Navigation and Nauti cal Astronomv; now that conciseness is only second to accuracy, the undersign ed will be pleased to give lessons for a tew weeks only. Specialities: To obtain the noon position in les.s than thirty seconds after taking sun; to obtain both Latitude and longi tude by one observation of the un only ; to obtain the Latitude one hour and a half from meridian; simple calculations of double altitudes, etc., etc. Apply at ollice of L. J; Levev, from 9 to 11 A.M." JOHN O. II ITCH FIELD, 122-lw Marine Expert. Base Ball Grounds ! PIIKOI STREET, rCnu CUivrrtiscmrnts. IN'OTICE ! Purchasers of Lots at Pearl will Please Take Notice. City rpiIK OA11I RAILWAY A LAND CO. have made arrangement to deliver lumber ami nil kind of Uudditig mntrn.il at the Pearl City button at the regular Honolulu prices. Those desiring to boild at IVarl Citv tin- on land sold by the Company plea call at Company's otlice for further particulars. B. F. DILLINGHAM, 10 Mm General Manager O. It. A 1.. Co. CO' As an Investment, IVarl Citv lt are the rest in the Market. hvs TENDEES FOR CLUB HUILIUNU. rpRXnKUS WILL UK KKCF.lVKD AT the otlioe of A. Jaejrer until Saturday, the 13th day of December, at 12 o'clock noon, for building and completing a new Club Building ou the premise known as the British I'iub. l'lans and specification may be seen at the otlice of A. Jaeger, Kaaliurnanu street. The officers of ihe Cub do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any bid. For the Managers, A. JAF.(5F.U. Honolulu, Nov. 12, l,s00. llti-2w DR. J. M. WHITNEY gT- IS HATTY TO ANNOVNt'K StllW to his patrons and friends in Ho nolulu and elsewhere, that henceforth he will be assisted in his Dental K tot it's by Dr. A. V.. Nichoij, graduate of St. Louis Dental College, and for several years a 9ucees.ful practitioner in Tasadena, Cal. Oy-Omce hours as leforet lrom i:30 A. m. to 4 p. m. 102-lm FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A, (OXOS), la prepared to receive pupils in Classics, Mathematics and English Literature. Special preparation for University and Competitive Examinations. -For terms, etc.. please apply No. 4 Garden Lane, behind British Club. 107-lm SUN NAM 10".) Nuuanu Street, SING, Honolulu. Employment Agent, First-class Cooks a specialtv. HS-3mv New Model Lunch Rooms! BETHEL STREET, (Next door to the FostolTice), NOW OPEN ! Give it a trial. 85-3m miss r. IjAMH, Stenographer anil Type-writer, Office of .1. A. Magoon, Mcrchrnt Mreet, near the Postoflice. 103-3 my W. F. FREAK, Atto rno v u-t-TLi aw . Office over Bishop's Bank. 10.r 3mtf Steamer For Sale! "FHANCIS cirrnNG,' AN A I !) TON STEAM EH, whooner riij; neiiriy new and in tirst-clasH condition. Dimensions: Length H7 feet; breadth 22 feet; depth of hold feet. Suitable for PassetiRers or Freight, fcipced nine knots. For further information apply to T. W HOBBON, M Fort Ht.. Honolulu. 120-3H1 NOT1CK. NOTICE IS HEItEP.V GIVEN THAT I will not Ik? responsible for any bills unless contracted by me in person, or when I am absent from the Kingdom, by my attorney in fact, J. Alfred Magoon. 122-lw l.y,0-3t W. McCANPLES.S. Kemoval Notice ! S. MACAULEY, Pianoforte Tuner and Repairer Has Removed to 196 Fort Street, The Residence formerly occupied by Dr. Emerson. Orders can be left at II. H. William'H Cabinet Warehouse, 115 Fort street; Ha waiian News Co.'s Music fctore, or at my residence. 1W Fort street. All orders promptly attended to. 117-lm H. F. WICHMAN WATCH & CLUB! The following drew their Watches on Monday, November 17th: Ci.cn 1 Member No. 3S. Cu:b 2 Member No. 2. Clip. 3 Member No. ;. Ci.cn 4 Member No. Vi. Clcb 5 Member No. 57. SIXTH CLUB NOW FORMING ! Parties living outside of Honolulu desiiing to join one of the Clubs can make their payments by mail. CyThese watches are cased in solid 1 1 Karat Gold, with tine full jeweled Waltham Movements, and are warranted to le ac curate Time Pk-ces. H. F. WICH MAN, Pkop. Ll'CK ETT, Manaotb. 102-1 iu J. A. W-AJS'TISD. T, HIE CALIFORNIA MUTUAL IN- leninity fSociety pays from $S to ?15 weekly benefits for ac idents ; $10 per week for sickness; dues $1 per month; no as sessments; representatives waited in eveiy town and city; correstondence solicited; liberal inducements. Address the Secre tary, 850 Market street, San Franrinco, Cal. HS-lw 4m