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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 10, 1890.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. December, 1K90. 8u. Mo. 14 21 as 15 22 fn. W. Th, 10 is ; n 33 I at 11 25 12 19 Itat Quarter. December 11 New Moon. 13 20 26 29 i 30 31 bect-mlx r 1H Hri jurt-r. Dec-mb-r 25 Full Moou. EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Baskkall California? v. All Honolulu at the new grounds at 3.30 p. m. Lantern Hmde Kxiiinition Box plan opens at Mr. L. J. Leveys at 0 a. m. iv. of P. Oahu Lndpe No. 1, anil Myslir Lodge No. 2 at 7:30 p. M. St. Ankkew'h Cathedral Service Second Congregation at 7:30 ?. M. Central Union Chcbch lors at 7:30 p. m. draining from our neighbors up the hill, and our stomachs have become so urfed to it, that probably we need.it for a tonic. We are p'ttintf used to driving up to the end of the Volcano road and looking otr to nowhere, and wondering when Providence will move in its mysterious way anil touch the heart of the Minister of the Interior sufficiently toco ahead and construct the road to somewhere. We are uei to seeing appropriations made for Honolulu and having them all Hpent, and to neeing them made for Hilo and nothing sp-nt, so that if we don't gt anything out of this appropriation b.ll there will be no revolution in Hilo; we will not put on war paint and shed any Interior Department gore; but we iurtt want to satisfy our curiosity as to whether anything in going to be done or not, U'cauie nearly nine months of the period have already elap.sed, and not a htrokf has yet been done, and in another year from now politics will be in full blast again. Hilo. SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS. Tuesday, Dec. 9. BEFORE JUDD, CJ. In re bankruptcy of Tonjr Yuen alias Aiona. Bankrupt is examined under oath concerning certain pro perty. C. Ashf ord, for creditors ; J. M. Davidson, for respondent. BEFORE DOLE, 3. of Hoahu (w). Estate of Hoahu (w), deceased The Court orders the will admitted to probate. A. Rosa, for petitioners J. L. Kaulukou, for contestants. 3Ttu) titocrtistnitn!& iXtm Ulttcrtisrmtnte. dtertisemmls. Base Ba Gvouads OPERA HOUSE Door 0en at 7:30 I. M. ADMISSION-Dress Circle, (re served)?!; Balcony, 75c. ; Gallery, 50c. DR. JAEGER'S PIIKOI STREET. Gates Open mt 2 o'clock. BY UNIVERSAL REQUEST ! Next Saturday Evening; December 13th. SANTA I WOOLLEN SYSTEM (LIMITED.) CO., The Service in par- Myktle Boat Club Monthly meeting 7:30 p.m. at Healam Boat Club 7:30 p. m. Monthly meeting THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. H )mt and far not: hat all the ends tboa ilni'at t be Thy Country'!, thy (iod't. nd Troth'. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 10, 18 X). The latest advices confirm pre vious reports that Cuba strongly favors reciprocity with the United Ktates. This is clearly shown by the strong address and resolutions sent by the Havana Chamber of Commerce to the Spanish Minister of tho Colonics, prompt adoption treaty with the After a review Cuban laws, advocating in the of a reciprocity United States. of tho Spanish which certain changes are demanded, tho address declares it to bo tho unanimous opinion of the Cuban commercial bodies that all tho markets of Europe are closod to Cuba's. princi pal product sugar sinco Euro pean countries are also sugar pro ducers, and that tho greatest market for Cuban goods is the nation whoso ports lie at her very door, viz., the United States. The United States, tho address con tinues, are tho regulators of the A rilgrim'a Observation. Mr. Editor: Sornetimfs it happens that an outsider Bees things from a point of view different from that of the per manent resident, and hence I venture to commit to paper my impressions of one circumstance of Honolulu life. I do so purely from an outside position and hesitate, lest I should be thought as one of those who venture where angels would surely decline to interfere. The other evening, having just landed in Honolulu, and wishing to render my vows after a long voyage, I attended service in St. Andrew's Cathedral. There was a choir of boys who, by the way, were vainly trying to sing a hymn about three notes above the range of their voices the organ sounded as if all the insides had droptout and nothing re mained but the higher and more pierc ing pijK-'S of the instrument. In the nave 1 saw a school of boya; and further I noticed the Right Reverend the Bishop and the member or members (I forget which) of his immediate household. As I had no connection with the school I felt almost as if I were intruding upon the privacy of hit lordship's family devo tions, and would fain have retired but that any movement in an empty church reverberates with such embarrassing volume of sound that I judged it better to bo regarded as an intruder rather than incur censure as a breaker of that peace which in this case seemed to pass under standing. On more than one occasion since that night have I attended what is known as the first congregation service. And I have discovered that the members of this little band make up in zeal and regular attendance what they lose in point of numbers. I suppose they feel an obligation of loyal a. tendance, for if one should absent herself the cathedral congregation would be reduced 33.3 if not 50 per cent of all its strength (excep ting the school). I wih distinctly to say that my visit was on the Sabbath. It occurred to me to visit the Second Congregation service, and I found a different state of things; to be sure the church was not crowded, but there was a eood and numerous attendance. The . 1 . A T 1 - music was excellent, i scarcely recog nized the organ, and, if the clergyman The Camera Exhibition. Seats for this exhibition can be reserved at L. J. Levey's office at 9 o'clock this morning, where those wishing to secure seats should pre sent their tickets. This promises to be a very attractive exhibition, with trreater variety in the views present ed than on the former occasion. The proceeds are to be devoted to the fund for a new Sailors' Home, the erection of which is now one of the assured events of the coming year. Strangers can, from these views, ob tain a pretty correct idea of some of our island scenery which is not al ways accessible, except by much toil and hard climbing. Don't fail to go. 3Tcu Slurjcrfiscnunts. HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE THEY MEET AGAIN TO - DAY ! At 3:30 o'clock. CAL1F0KNIAS vs. ALL H0X0LULUS (The "All Honolulu;" will comprise nine picked from the Hawaiian Baseball League). Lantern Slide Exhibition ! A Series of Match Games of Base Ball! BETWEEN TIIK Of Jhwaiian aad Other Views, CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB America's most gifted child actress, greatest Lord Fauntleroy on the stage, OLIVE BERKLEY Supported by an Excellent Company. The following strong bill wil' be present ed: First production in this city of the charming Sketch, EDITHA'S BURGLAR! (A9 produced at the Lyceum Theatre, New York). OLIVE BERKLEY - - - as Editha Last Two Acts of LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY! OLIVE BERKLEY as Cedric (Little Lord Fauntleroy). 9Sale of seats will commence Thurs day, at 9 a. m., at Thrum's Up-town Book Store. Mr. J.J.Williams will direct the sale. 133-5t BASEBALL ! AT PEAEL CITY Just to Hand a Fiul Supply of the above Wares for Gentlemen, in all Sizes CAUTION ! (jenuine Jaeger Articles are Stamped with the Pumond Shaped Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's IVrtrait. WARRANTED PURE WOOL Accept do Goods that do not bear the IVrtrait of Dr. Jaeger. JVI. McEvTEENY 135-1 w HOLIDAY GOODS 1 UNDER THE AUSPICES Of THE HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB IS AID OF THE Sailors' Homb Society! OS Thursday, December 11 At 8 P. M. Sharp. Doors open at 7:30 p. m. (Organized in San 1? rancisco by Mr. Frank L. tloogs and 13 con of Base Ball Play Hoocs and is composed of the very best I'layers especially selected for the Hawaiian Tour) AND THE CLUBS OF THE HAWAIIAN BASE BALL LEAGUE! On Friday, Dec. 12th CALIFORNIAS -:- VS. -:- MOHICANS PRICES OF ADMISSION: 50 Dress Circle. Parquette and Balcony, $1 00 Gallerv 50 Carriages may be ordered for 9:30! Single Admission Reserved Chairs in Urand Stand (extra) 25 Children 25 N.B. No charge for carriage room. A MATCH GAME OF BASEBALL! BETWEEN THE n in il ltAT ii m if Baseball i My line of fine goods is more than complete this year, and comprises everything new and desirable in the line of JEWELRY and SILVERWARE Especially handsome this year are the Diamond necklaces, either in solitaire or handsomely mounted as pansiest, daisies, forget-me-r.ots, chrysanthemums, etc., tic. Gold Beads are worn as much as they vrere last season. A Urcp l.t nf all sizes on hand, and to arrive on the 12th inst. Hair ornaments in gold and silver; handsome Buckles, beautiful Diamond lace pins. Kings. Ear-rings, Lockets. Diamonds and precious stones in every conceivable style. NOVELTIES ! NOVELTIES ! In this line I have an especially fine lot of desirable goods. Have also added a line of FINE LEATHER GOODS. As they are entirely new and of the Finest Leather only, I take pleasure in tflr.i-;ticT thsni nn their merits alone. They comprise Pocket Books, Purses, Focket Books and Card Cases Combined, Note Books, Bill Books, Calendar Tablets, Card Cases, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, etc., etc., etc. ... . . . ....... In Watches I carry a very large stoctc, from a Plain case to an eianornie raised goia and diamond inlaid, of the well-known makes of Howard, Waltham, Elgin, Dueber, Hampdon, Standard and Swiss. All sold on a guarantee. 1 also call your attention to my wiuuiuiuitti iiiuricot just as r.ngianu win permit a mere layman to pass judg- is of tho monoy market. A proof ment on his reading of the Scriptures, I of fhifl if Ono ;a f i i t will congratulate him thereon. I have or tins, it says, is found in tho fact h , thfl insn5re(i text read with ram u hpfinl t.hA lnsnil that vhlIo Snain itself is nar oxfiol better emphasis with such distinct lonco u wheat-prodaciug country, ; fjj " it is, in spite of that fact, obliged I have gathered from a member of this to make good tho deficiency of its 'eSehXsho? own wheat crop by importations contemplates a revolution in the hours of from the United States. Tho mm- divine service, and that the scnooi cim- Tickets may be purchased at Hol- lister & Co.. Benson, Smith & Co., Hawaii an News Agency, Up-Town book store and L. J. Levey s. Reserved Seats mar be secured at the office of L. J. Levev on Wednesday, the 10th inst., at 9 A.M. 135-lw CHARLES F. PETERSON, - Typewriter and Notary Public. Reserved Seats on Sale at waiian News Co. the Hi-137-lw Office with L. A. Thurston. 133-v NOTICE ! tion, tho address says, is resolved into a proposition to tho United States like this: "You give us bread, and wo will give you sugar." CORRESPONDENCE. We ilo not hold ourselves responsible for the statements marie, or opinions expressed l.y our correspondents. Honolulu Oratorio Society. Mn. Editok: Deak Sir: It is proposed to establish a society in Honolulu for the purpose of studying and publicly per forming oratorio music. There is surely abundant musical talent in the city and suburbs, and it seems a pity that no op jortunity should be afforded for enjoying the highest class of choral music. Such works as the Messiah, the Elijah, Judas Maccabeus, St. Paul are practically un known in Honolulu to our own great loss. It is obvious that the only way to succeed in a work of this kind is to secure the services of all capable of rendering assistance. I have spoken to raanv lad ies and gentlemen, including some of the leading musicians, and all seem greatly disposed to enter upon the work. May I, through your widely circulated journal.ask those who are willing to help to m?et in the Y. M. C. A. hall on Thurs day evening, the 18th inst., at 8 o'clock. The invitation is especially extended to all choirs and musical associations. It will certainly do no harm to anyone to meet and see what can be done. Thanking you for your courtesy, 1 remain, Your obedient servant, F. M. English, B.A. (Oxon). Hilo AVants to Know. Mr. Editor: The people who live in Hilo do not amount to much. We re cognize that fact. We have not got any electric lights; we have no appropriation of a hundred or two thousand dollars for Gxing up our harbor; we have no steam lines to California; we do not have a brass band at the expense of the whole country ; we have no California baseball clubs ; no railroad excursions nor boom towns. We are simply a no count backwoods town with no object in life but to pay our taxes, help pay His Majesty's debts when he gets strapped and supiort a good looking Ministiy when we have a chance ; but, Mr. Edi tor, home of us read the papers once in a wHlt;, and wo are lalnjiin under the impression that the last Legislature ap propriated $20,000 for a wharf in Hilo, and $13,000 for Hilo waterworks; and I'j.O"" lt,T a nro department; and f5,000 for tin; Volcano road ; and an appropria tion for lighting our streets. Now, if ibis is so, we just want to know, you know, what is going to be doii? alout it. It is simply out of curio sity that we want to know, you know ; wh an-. uw;d to landing through the surf, 4tid climbing up a slippery ladder, and I j.r-MHie th; jiowers that be in Hono lulu think that it will improve our con stitutions to keep on doing it. Wo are unt t to drinking mud and slops and dren and tho " liousehold of faith" are tn mpfit. for family wavers at 11 while the faithful of the parish are to hold divine service at an early hour. Now, sir. it does seem to me that this is one of the most ridiculous moves I have ever heard of. Eleven o'clock ;U the recog nized hour all over the world for the regular Sunday choral service, and I think the members of the Anglican com munity in Honolulu will have cause for indignant remonstrance if pique or spite or the convenience of a handful of school boys is to interfere with their Sundays and their rights established by long standing precedent. Yours very faith fully A Pilgrim. iXcia Utucrtisemcuts. ALMED NEUMAN, ALL CLAIMANTS TO LOTS IN KA piolani Park, situate between the points below specified, are hereby requested to exhibit their leases or evidences of such ownership, to the undersigned at once, in order to prevent the disposal of said lots to present applicants, viz: 1st Situate on mauka main avenue be tween the premises occupied by James Dodd and the property and homestead of James Campbell. Numbered on Park map from 65 to 89 inclusive. 2d Situate on makai main avenue be tween the premises and homestead formerly occupied by G. W. Macfar lane and the property of J ames Camp bell. Numbered on Park map from 90 to 100 inclusive. By order of the Board of Directors. W. M. G1FFARD, 13i-2w Sec'y Kapiolani Park As-s'n. Marshal's Sale! FRIENDS, COUNTRYMEN, AND LOVERS OF BEAUTIFUL American 3g furniture Are respectfully invited to examine that now on sale by H. H. WILLIAMS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO C. E. WILLIAMS.) 105 Fort Street: Selected by Mr. II. II. Williams in per son, from the largest stocks, and latest styles in San Francisco. (Organized in San Francisco by Mr. F. L. Hoogs and is composed of the very' best of Baseball Players especially se lected for the Hawaiian Tour.) A'D THE CLUB OF THK U. S. S. "Mohican." )G7"The Baseball Train will leave Honolulu at 2:30 o'clock p. u., and re turn to Honolulu at 5 o'clock p. m. HAWAHAN SPOONS, Pronounced by all to be the lest article of Hawaiian manufacture to send abroad. Likewise ttie Boar's Tusk Scent Bottle. Not only handsome, but useful as well. Call and see them. You will like them. In all other lines Clocks, Silverware, etc. my stock ia very complete. H. F. WICHMAN, Fort Street. POPULAR RAT "Tickets for Round Trip ing the Baseball Game, 50-CENTS-50 ias-4t . The Cosmopolitan Restaurant, BETHEL 8TKKET. 2; $5000 Worth Silverware THE hi auios l ail' 5 (Late of San Francisco.) Cor. Fort arid Hotel Sts (Next to Dr. Whitney's Office). Having succeeded in securingthe elite of the ladies for customers, and by giving them entire satisfaction, Mr. Neuman has concluded to remain in Honolulu for an unlimited time to enable everyone who wishes a stylish, perfect-fitting, correct and well-made costume; price $15. Having secured two ot his best hands from San Francisco, combined with the assistance of Mrs. Neuman, he is prepared to execute all orders on short notice. Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, Walking Jackets, Steamer and Traveling Suits. Costumes for Balls and Receptions and Riding Habits. Evening BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the Police Court, on the day of . 1890, against Mrs. Eva Johnson defendant, in favor of Pacific Hardware Co. plaintiff, for the sum of $109.06, 1 have levied upon and shall ex pose for sale at Morgan's auction room in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of TUESDAY, the 23d day of December, A. D. 1890, to the highest bid der, all the right, title and interest of the said Mrs. Eva Johnson defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. List of property for sale: One large Oil Painting of a boy ; one large Oil Painting of Nymph of the Wave. C. L. HOPKINS, Marshal. Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1890. 12rt-lm fiedward & Howell, Contractors & Builders Brick, Stone and Wooden Building Katlmfttei Given. Jabbing: .Promptly Attended to, 76 KING STREET. Ft O. Box 438 tsell Telephone No. a. 115-3niv MADE OP THE PEST, CLOTHS. STYLISH Perfect and Correct Fit, $13 and up. All work guaranteed to give en tire satisfaction. 123-2m NOTICE. MISS 13. LAMB, Stenographer and Type-writer, Office of J. A. Magoon, Merchant street, near the Postoffice. 103-3my Co-Partnership Notice. rilHE KAl'lOLANI MATERNITY JL 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. 81-3m OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the partnership heretofore existing be tween C. W. Gray and T. W. Rawlins under the firm name of The Hawaiian Soap Co. has been dissolved bv mutual consent on 30th September, 1890. T. V. Rawlins assumes all liabilities of the late firm, and will continue to carry on the Soap manufacturing business on his own account. Leleo, Honolulu. 2lth Nov. 1S90. 1351 12G-2w CTLadies' and gentlemen will find in this Stock, Goods elegaat. substantial, ornamental and useful for generations to come ; and very suitable for Christmas, New Year, Birthday and Bridal Presents. XLarge Invoices lately received, and more on the way bv steam and sail. 133-2w EG AN & GUNN King Si . near Fort, (Next to H. E. Mclntyre's) Having Removed Temporarily, will Open on MONDAY, Nov. 24th, "With a Choice Line of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods CLOTHING, Hats - Caps - Etc. The Proprietors of this most popular Restaurant take pleasure in informing their patrons and the public generally that they have greatly increased their accom modations and are now prepared to seat, over sixty boarders. The tables are furnished with the best the market affords; and Meals can be ob tained at any hour. Boarding, per week, - - $1.50 Boarding, private room, p-r week 5.50 19B'THf Cosmopolitan is t!ie coohst and most comfortable Restaurant in Ho nolulu. YOUNG & CO., 13G-2w Proprietors. EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU AVENUE. PEACHBLOW WARE, SATIN WARE, TOYS, DOLLS, GLASSWARE, Given Away ! nil "II a THIS FIRST-CLASS FAMIL Hotel (situate in the most pleas ant part of the City) continues to offer the comforts of a home to transients and others. Adjoining the Main Building are several New Cottages specially constructed for family use. Table unsurpassed. -Terms $2.00 per day, $12.00 weekly. Special arrangements for monthly SILVER! S2.50 For tho Next (3D Days! 'Our Grand Silver Peachblow, Satin Ware, Tovs. Dolls and Glassware GIFT hALE will commence on MONDAY, December 8, 18 0. ODuring this Sale, EVERY Customer Purchasing $2.50 worth will re ceive a Handsome Peachblow, Satinware, Glassware, Dolls, Toys or Silver Present. 'Look at our Window and see the fine display of Presents I boarders. 123 1350-y T. KKOUSE. Prop.. Honolulu, H. I. NEW! NEW! NEW! GBAS J. 5 The Leading Millinery House, Cor. Fort and Hotel btreetn. 13i 1352-lm NEW GOODS Just Received in all Departments ex bark W. B. Godfrey and . S. Australia. ns-tw NOTICE! PRACTICAL m A. J. SCHREIDER, WATCHMAKER JEWELER, - Under the Arlington. rains! -:- Bargains! Bars -:o Special attention paid to fine Watch FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, a Regular Freight Train, will leave Honolulu for Hpnouliuli and way Stations, EvtfBY Day (excepting bun day) at 10 o'clock A. M. ReDairine. Jewelry. Clocks, etc. Moderate Prices ! Beg 9 Mm THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'i)., to announce that in consequence of extensive repairs to their building, they are Removing their Stock of Qoods to the Hereafter no Freight will be re ceived for shipment, by Passenger Trains, except by special arrangement. Oahu Railway & Land Co., W. G. Ashley. Sipt. 138-lm WANTED. IjURST-CLAS DRESSMAKERS; GOOD pay ; only experienced hands need ap ply. Corner Fort ani Hotel streets (over Ehrlich's dry goods store. -in lm W. F. FREAR, Attorneyat-Law, Office over Bishop's Bank. 105-3mtf FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A., (OXON Is prepared to receive pupils in Classics, Mathematics and English Literature. Special preparation for University and Competitive Examinations. 'For terms, etc.. please apply o. 4 McINjffiNY BLOCK. During removal, in order to save expense of handling, Their Entire Stock is Offered at Reduced Hates! Garden Lane, behind British Club. 107-lru Steamer For Sale! TO TIIK TItA.DK. Persons requiring able opportunity. anything in their line will find this a fpecially favor- "FRJVTCI3 CUTTING." AN AI90 TON STEAM EK. schooner ric; nearly new and in first-class condition. Dimensions: Length 87 feet; breadth 22 feet; depth of hold feet. Suitable for Passengers or Freight. Speed nine knots. For further information apply to T. W. HOBKON. 120-3m Fort St.. Honolulu. New Goods, 3STew Goods Have lately been received and fresh invoices are on the way. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU, Fort Street, Honolulu. ll-td