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FAAJlfrHU U0JA1EKCIL DVEKriSEK, DECEMBER 29, 1890.
Bn 3utl)orttn Office or the Hoard or Hkai.tm.) Honolulu, Dec. 2d, l!Ai. f Sealed tenders will he received at this office until noon. TUESDAY, Dec. , for the erection in Honolulu ol a Stable and Cottage for the use of t! e Hoard, to be finished by the 10th of Jai;u ary, 1801. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the Board. The Board does not bind it!f to accept the lowest or any bid. DAVID DAYTON, 153-21 President Board of Health. Onu Notice. v tor convenience jn taking the census, 41. n I lli.i . - r . - - - -'-'.. Jiuiiuuuu i&ona, uanu), his been divided into twenty subdivisions and the following named person have been appointed to act as enumerators; 1. William Hunt. It. (ieorge Williams. 2. H.W.Chamberlain.12. D. Kua. 3. Rose Davison. 4. Robert Lavrey. 5. Mary E. Green, b". Louis J. Scott. 7. J. Camara. 8. (i. H. Chase. 7. 0. F. Wolfe. 10. O. W. Kawana nakoa. 13. K. McGeeney. 11. W. D.Alexander, 15. John Good. Jr. Hi. J. P. Iwa. 17. Rev. S. Taaluhi. 18. Nahora Hipa. VJ. J. 8. Keawe. 20. G.J. Campbell. A map showing the boundaries of the respective subdivisions can be seen at the Census Office on the second floor of the Government Building. C1IAS. T. KODGKIIP, 132 3t General Superintendent. EVENTS OF TO-DAY. A. V.& A. M. Lodge Le Progres del' Oce anic at 7:30 P. m. 1. O. O. F. Harmony Lodge No. 3, at 7:30 P. M. K. of P. Uniform rank drill, at 7:30 p.m. Band Concert At Emma Square at 7:30 P. M. THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Be Jtut and fear not: Let all the enda thou alm'st at be Thj Country's, thy (lod'i. and Truth'. MONDAY. DEC. 29, 1S90 PARNELL IN IRELAND. The division in the ranks of the Irish Nationalists seems to have reached an acute stage of develop ment. Free fighting is the order of the tlav. and the Irish constabularv nave iiaa to mierpose tneir iruncn- eons oetween trie louowera ot 1'arneii and Davitt. In Dublin the United Ireland was in anti-Parnellite hands, but Parnel and his followers broke into tlie building, turned out the hostile editor and staff, confiscated and burnt 7000 copies, stopped the pres ses and installed John Clancy, M.P., as editor. That same night O'Brien's supporters retook possession of the office of United Ireland, destroyed Parnell's editorial and prepared to issue the suppressed paper. In the matter of funds Parnell is said to be better provided than his prin cipal antagonist, Justin McCarthy. There are large deposits both in Paris and London from which are drawn the pay of the needy M.P. Drafts on these sums were to be signed by both leaders,but it is stated that to Parnell was given power to draw on the funds of the League in Paris without the signatures of his co-trustees. At a village aptly called Ballina hills there was tremendous fighting, daring which we are told Davitt leaped from his car wielding a thick hazel stick, and fought his way foot by foot to Parnell's wagon, which he and a few followers reached, torn and bleeding, and standing on the steps uttered breathless and indis tinct defiance and pushed back to bis own car, declaring, " I was never struck by ah Englishman, but to-day I was many times struck by my own countrymen." Further on, at Castle Corner, both parties met again, and after wild confusion Parnell and his friends drove off amid showers of stones and mud. Here occurred the most shameful occurrence of the day. Some ruffians threw bags of lime at HarringtoD and Parnell and a quantity struck the latter full in the face, completely blinding him. With the assistance of the police, Parnell's party got away into the road, aud he was taken fainting with agony into a la borer's cabin, where a local doctor attended him, but could give him bat little relief. Again the party started for Kilkenny, but Parnell's pain was so intense that again the carriage was stopped, and a doctor was able to remove some of the lime by freely pouring castor oil into the eyes. The doctor apologized to Par nell for causing hiin so much pain, to which the suffering man replied: 44 Never mind the pain. Do your best, but don't let me lose my sight." Finally, the party reached the town, and Parnell was hn to bis room where bo reclined in an armchair ap parently sightless and fctifTering the noht intense agony. The doctor was at length able to state that the lime was all removed, and that bo did not anticipate permanent injury to the sight. Without expressing any opinion a3 to the merits of the question at issue between the two parties of National ists, everyone will agre3 that this lime throwing was a most brutal and cruel outrage, and we may be sure that it will be severely reprehended, deeply regretted, and if possible de servedly punished by the leaders of both parties. HIL0 NEWS. Dedication of the chapel of the First Foreign Church occurred on the 21st inst. Order of exercises were a voluntary. Mias Grace Porter on the organ. Doxology, invocation, singing, responsive reading and dedication of the whole house by the whole congregation; statement of committee; remarks by the Pastor; dedicatory prayer. Tho building is a very beautiful one. Mr. Theo. H. Davies contributed one thousand dollars towards it. There is a large bay window given by Dr. C. H. Wet more in memory of his wife. There are three rooms, viz.: ladies' parlor, Sunday School rooms for adults and infant department, and there is a beautiful curtain to divide the par lor from the school room; the rooms will also be used for rnurcu soci ables. The ladies have shown great taste in fitting up the rooms; the chairs have high backs. In the in fant department there are low chairs just suited to the small children. The swinging lamps are very beau tiful. There are three entrances to the rooms. The ceiling is very high, and everything shows great taste and forethought. The Lord Fauntleroy troupe have given two performances, on the 22d and 24th, to good houses. Everyone came away delighted. On Christmas evening there will be a children's cantata, given at the Foreign Church chapel, under the direction of Mrs. A. J3. Loebenstein, who has ever displayed great taste in this line. There will also be a Christmas tree. The ladies of the First Foreign Church will give a lunch to the Jap anese who attend the mission at 1 p. si. on Christmas day. The Jap anese have been fitting up the rooms themselves the same as they would in their own country with evergreens and flowers very beautifully,showing crreat taste. There will also be a Christmas tree. On the 21st inst. a Portuguese Catholic Priest arrived, so that now the Portuguese will have an oppor tuaity of listening to tho preaching Protestant in tb . language. J. A. M?Nl Hilo. Dec. 25th. (from the hilo kecokdJ) On Tuesday morning a furious westerly and northwesterly storm set in along our coast,which kept up without intermission till the 15th inst. The surf rolled in and rendered landinsr at our little wharf impos sible. All the steamers and sailing vessels on the Uamakua and Kohala coast were forced to run into the harbor here, where they stayed till the storm abated. Bridges were washed away in Ha makua, where the heaviest rain fell The rain did a great deal of damage to the roads tLere, and also to the young canes. In our district thero has not a heavy rain fall, but much dama has been done by the high A heavy fall of snow is now seen on Mauna Kea. The body of a native, and also that of his horse, were found in one of the Hamakua gulches, drowned in trying to cross one of the streams We learn also that a Chinaman is missinir. and is supposed to have been drowned. And his very sym pathetic countrymen say, "I suppose shark eatee bim." A Japanese laborer died last week on the aiakea plantation from in juries received by being run over by ! the cars. Pure carelessness on his part was the cause. The Waiakea and the Onomea plantations commenced grinding on Monday last week, liather early to have the best results from the canes. The last of the literary entertain ments for this year was held last Saturday evening, and a very pleas ant one it was. The next one comes a mouth from now, in the first week in January. Persona having any claims against the estate of Sam Fook will please present them at once to Hitchcock and Hitchcock, assignees to the es tate of Sam Fook. Any persons owing the said estate will also make immediate payment to the said firm. Judge Hapai is unable to attend court to-day on accout of illness, and cases set for this day will be tried to morrow. The shop windows around town have all put on their holiday dress, and one can see almost everything in the toy line by visiting the different stores. l'ublic Concert. The Hawaiian Band w ill give a public concert at Emma Square this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the programme : 1. March Petersburg Kappey. 2. Overture Nabuco erdi. 3. Cavatina Pirate Hellini. i. Selection Martha Flotow. Mikioi. Puu Ohulu. Uahiki no me au. 5. Medley Reverie Beyer. 5. Waltz Vienna Chronicle Strauss. 7. Quadrille Tulipatan Offenbach. j. Gallop Acrobate ZekofT. Hawaii Ponoi. fi winras. t6 be CORRESPONDENCE. We do not bold ourgelves responsible for the tatf-iuent made, or opinion exposed our corrM poudnta. Want to Know. Mk. Editor: Can you inform the writer and others who are interested in the matter, when he contracts for building the different sections oi the Volcano road, and also for laying the Hilo water pipes, are to be adver tised ? Or is it the intention of the Government to let it out by contract T There are a good many Portuguese out of work here, and all are anxious to work on the road under good men here who are able to take the con tract and give bonds that the work will be well done. It is to be hoped that a fair field and no favors will be shown to all. Yours truly. V. R. Hiio, Hawaii, Dec. 24, 1890. Kohala Notes. The weather of late has been cool for Kohala, that is, GG deg. mornings and evenings, and was auite rainv ast week, but greatly for the com fort of travelers and the general en joyment of Christmas Day, two or three days of fair weather had per mitted the roads tq become some what hardened. The Chinese held their celebra tion for the older people in their church Christmas eve, and another one the following day for the chil dren. Services were also held, it is said, at both the English and Chi nese Anglican churches. The Rev. Mr. Pires has been spending a few days in the district, for the purpose of looking about among the Portuguese with a view to starting Christian work among them. He held meetings with them on several of the plantations, and also at the union Church some of which were very well attended. The Claudine arrived yesterday evening at 7:30 from Maui. Tciu titocrtiscmtnts. W. E. SALTER, 6 &1! AVATC H MAKER King Street, next tieo. Lincoln's. Cheapest and best n'ace to get your Watch or Clock Repaired in a first-class manner. Repairs to Musical Instruments; Fine Mechanical Work; Electroplating and Gilding. XT" All work warranted for twelve months. 151-lm NOTICE ! To Purchasers of Pearl City Lots. i LL PURCHASERS OF LOTS IN 4- Pearl City are requested to call at the oflice of W. II. Castle between the Hours o( 9 and 12 TO-DAY, MONDAY, Dec. 29th, to execute t,he mortgages upon their respective lots. 154-1 1 PROF. U. J. ORDWAY, Teacher of Banjo, Guitar k Mandolin Leave orders at Music Department Hawaiian News Co. 154-lm NOTICE. Ml AS. T. GTJLICK IS MY DULY J authorized agent in Honolulu till fur ther notice. All parties indebted to me for rent or otherwise are requested to set tle with him at his office, 38 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I. Fit A NIC SPENCER. Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1890. 150 3t 1355-lt Oahu Railway & Land Co A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE -i Stockholders -of the Oahu Railway & Land Co. will be held at the Chamber of Commerce Rooms in Honolulu, on WED NESDAY. Dec. 31, 18'JO, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of amending the By-laws and other important business. W. G. ASHLEY, Secretary O. R. & L. Co. Honolulu, Dec. 17, 1890. 148-td The Enterprise Hack Co. qJT)l HAS BEEN RE-ORGANIZED l5?g.5A and has removed to Carriage Stand No. 13. opposite the Po lice Station. Telephone orders will receive prompt attention and the public guaran teed satisfaction. Wagouetts furnished at a few minute's notice. VBellTel. 113; Mutual Tel. 030. WALLACE JACKSON, 150-lni Manager. LOST. EITHER ON BEKETAN ia. King or Waisiki Road, a pair of Spectacles and Case, made by Lloyd of Boston, Mass. tinder re urn tb Advertiser Oflice and be rewarded. 118 TO LET, LARGE AND PLEASANTLY located rooms, furnished, unfur nished, singly or en suite. Apply to MRS. HALEAKALA HART, Nnuanu street. FOR LEi.SE ! TVO COTTAGES ON PUNCH bowl street between King and Beretania streets. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Attorney-at-Law. FOR LEASE ! ON A LONG TERM. FOR building purposes, small Lots on Alapai street. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON. Attorney-at-Law. r 152-lwr ' LV2-1 152-1 w UP-TOWN Book, News ami Stationery Store. See the Beautiful Display cf New Years' Gifts! In the windows of this Fopular Store! LAMES DESIRING STAMPING OUTFITS Can have the same with Bocks of In struction complete. The Hawaiian Almanac & Annual NOW READY! THUS. G. THIrtJM. 136 131-y Proprietor. For HongkoDg Direct! The Al Steamship AMIGO Brchn, Commander, Will leave Honolulu for the above yorts on or about December 31s1 . CtYoT particulars regarding Freight and I'assenger accommodations, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., 152-td AGENTS. Notice to Contractors! BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR digging a cellar and building cellar walls on Fort street, on the site of Wil liams' Photographic Gallery, up to Dec. 30, 1890, at 12 o'clock noon. We do not bind ourselves to accept the lowest bid made. Plans and specifications can be obtained at our office. 145-2w C. BREWER CO. Annual Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE members of the Sailors' Home Society will be held at the room of the Chamber of Commerce on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 31st December, 1890. at 10 o'clock A. M. Immediately after adjournment the Board of Trustees will hold its annu il meeting. Per order. P. A. SCHAEFEB, Secretary. Honolulu , Dec. 23, 1800. 152-5t FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A., (OXON.), Is prepared to receive pupils in Classics, Mathematics and English Literature. Bpooial preparation for University and Competitive examinations. 5-For terms, etc., please apply No. 4 Garden Lane, behind British Club. 107-lm JLOST. PACKAGE CONTAINING CHILD'S white flannel coat embroidered with pink. Package was wrapped in a towel with initials 11. M. embroidered on corner Suitable reward will be paid upon return ing to this office. 151-tf NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for any freight after same has been landed. Parties to whom freight is consigned must be at the landing to receive tneir freight WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1890. 85-lm tf I 1890 - Christmas .A. New Year -1891 THEO. H. DATIES & CO., Cor. Queen and Kuhuumaiiii Streets, Offer the LARGEST and most ELEGANT Display of ORNAMENTAL WARES and attractive Holiday Goods from Europe and America Christmas and New Years' Cards, Tin Toys, Wooden Toys, Dolls, etc. Velvet Pile Hugs, Smyrna Rugs and Mats, Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Fine Table and Bed Linen, Sachets, Handkerchief Cases, Dressing Cates, WORCESTER WARE, Crown Derby Ware, Wedge wood Ware, Dinner and Tea Sets, Brass Tea Kettels, Mirror Stands. T?l) AAT TYTM A ritUlM 11MJJLAI Meradabat Inlaid Brassware; Sealkot, Silver inlaid on Iron, Tanjore Ware, Old Kashmir Shawls, Wood Carvings, Marble and Stone Ware, Poona Brass Ware, Benares Brass Ware. T7o"r T A I 1 AT. r ltUiM J Al A1N . Kiyoto Vases, Laquered Ware, Bronze Ware, Cloissene Vases, Satsuma Vases, Incense Burners, Ivory Card Cases, Ivory and Bronze Paper Knives, Ivory Carvings, Silk Embroidered Screens. 140-3w JUST A 2 Wcstermayer Piauos 'THE BEST FOR THIS CLIMATE. For rrfrr? ED. HOFFSCHL AEGER & Co. 129 100-ly Nru) Sliiwrtistmtnts. riONEEIl LINE! WHITE'S EXPRESS All Aboard for Waialaa and Way Stations ! TRAINS LEAVING HONOLULU Railway Station at 8:45 . m. on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS will carry raiaengera, Mail and Small Packages for Waialua. Transfer will be made at Pearl City to White's Pi meer Express, which will com mence to run Monday morning, Dec. uh. Single tickets from Honolulu to Waialua can be bought at Honolulu Rail way Station for $3; round trip tickets 5. The Pioneer Express will leave Waialua in time to connect with the passenger train leaving Pearl City for Honolulu at 4:15 T. m., on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and bVrUKDAYs. arriving at Honolulu Sta tion at 4:55 r. M. Thi9 new line will start for the first time from Waialua on Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1890. B. F. DILLINGHAM, 1531m General-Manager O. L. t R. Co. GOMES The Jeweler! FORT STREET, (.Mclnemy Block.) Gold and Silver Jewelry! In the verv latest styles, and at reasonable prices. DIAMONDS And other Precious Stones. Latest Novelties m Gold and Silver WATCHES ! as follows: Split Seconds, Columbus, Howard, XClgin, I. S. Bartlett, "VValthaixi, Stop "Watches in. Grold, Silver and. Niclcel. Store Open Evenings 113-2w DAIRY 0E SALE ! THE SUBSCRIBER, BEING ABOUT to leave the Kingdom temporarily. offers for sale his well-established Dairy, situated at Kaaipu, in Manoa Valley, four .miles trom Honolulu f ost Umce, and now doing a business of SUX) per month. The Dairy outfit includes Land in fee simple, whereon the ouudings stand, witn valuable leases of the remaining lands: about 100 Cows and Heifers of well-selected Stock; 2 Durham Bulls; Dwelling Houses and Outbuildings, including Barn Room for 52 Cows and stalls for 7 horses ; Horses, Wagons, Cans, and all the appointments of a hrst-class Dairy. Should the subscriber be unable to make a satisfactory sale of the Dairy as a whole, he will sell the Cows, Horses, and other chattels separately. 3tAn inspection is in viud. Apply on the premises to L. A. MNTAM. or to C. VV. Ashford, Attorney at Law, Honolulu. 151-12t N D and Silver Embroideries, Ivory Carvings, Bamboo Cabinets, Tables ard Stands, REIVED ! v 1 Wdenaycr Grand! EXPECTED TO ARRIVE SHORTLY. Sale by Kmg and Bethel streets. 53 3drtr!isrmtnt. HOLLISTEB & CO., IMPOHTKllS UIwVI.KHS IN Drags and CHEMICALS. AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGA11S, rilE LEADING Cigarettes and Tobaccos. The Most Complete Stock On the Islands. AGENCY FOR THE KODAK. Dark Room at Disposal of Amateurs. o Manufacturers of a Full Line of AERATED Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. o IIOLLISTER & CO.. - HONOLUIiU, II. I. 148 1304 TOYS AND NOT FOR SALE! TOYS AND POLLS N. S. SACHS', Holiday Goods! If you are in search ot Holiday Goods, call upon us, and pco the IMMENSE VARIETY of NOVELTIES CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS PRESENTS Immense Assortment of FANCY PLUSH GOODS At Exceptionally Low Trices! Hand-painted Porcelain Placqucs In a variety of shapes and sizes, illustrated with a variety of subjects, stu-h as Animals, Flowers, Landscaies, etc., etc. EMBROIDERED BOX SUITS An immense variety and prices within presents. Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Silk Embroidered Handkerchiefs, GENTLEMEN'S BILK UMURELLA8, IIiVNI SATCHELS, PAINTED FANH, . GENT'S FINE 8CAJIK8, KID GLOVES, IvID GLOVES Silk Shawls, Cashmere Shawls, GENT'S SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TORCHON LACE SCARF TIDIES, LACE DEI) SETS. 'We have all the above in great variety, and at Reasonable Prices 1 Before making your purchases, come and 56 5000 Worth PEACHBL0W WARE, SATIN WARE, TOYS, DOLLS, GLASSWARE, feii Away! SILVER "Our Grand Silver Pparhblnw. Katin Warn Tn GIFT KALE will commence on MONDAY, December 8, 18: 0. MtJ During this Sale. EVERY Cnstimor Pnn-lign.f ....-i, ceive a Handsome Peachblow, Satinware, uo-jk a i our muow ana Bee pmo i mm UllilUl Ui I lUllLiLil The Daily Advertiser ARE THE LEADING PAfERS OF THE KINGDOM, 'And Have tho Medicines ERAS PS 01 of Photographic Supplies WATERS! - - 109 Fort Street DOLLS ! BUT GIVEN AWAY ! GIVEN AWAY AT 104 Eort St. we are displaying, euitablo for reach of all ; suitable and acceptable examine our Stock. - tf o Silverware 82.50 For tho Next 30 Days! Glassware, Dolls, Toys or Silver Present me nne aiuniav ot i'rjwnti The Leading Muiincry House, ( Cor. Fort and IloUl Mr.t. Viti 1352-1 in and Weekly Gazette Largest Circulation -v. 9