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OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. To Take Effect From January 3, 18C1. TRAINS A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu. ..6:15 8:45 1:45 4:30t Arrive Honoallall.7:15 9:49 2:49 6:8t Leave Honoullall.7:43 10:51 3:51 6:50t Arrive Honolulu. .8:40 11:55 4:55 6:45t t Saturdays only. 53-tf Sundays excepted. saimua intelligence. AKKIVALS. Friday, March 13. Btinr Lehua, Hilbus. from ilamakua. Htmr LiUtlike, Cameron. irom Haiuakua Am tern Allen A, fechuge, 32 days from PJurtka, Cul. Am wh bk Hunter, Cogan, 20 davs from LJMU m. lam utu. Schr Millc Morris from Koolau. DEPARTURES. Friday. March 13. Strur Kiluuca Hou, Nye, for Ookala. btiur J A Cummins. Neilson. lor Koo lau. Stmr C R Bishop, Lc Claire, for circuit oi uanu. Schr Kanlilua for Hanapcpe. hchr Wairnam for Kabului. Schr Moi Wabine for Faauilo. Schr Kawailunt for Koolau. VKSSKLS LEAVING TO-DAY. Jap S S Yamasbiro Mara, Young, for Yokohama at 2 p in. Stmr Lehua, Hilbus, for Laupahoehoe at 9 a m. f5Cbr Mary for Paauiio. R M S Alameda, Morse, for the Colonies Ki .i'1'lNCi NOTES. The bark C. O. Whitinore is yet on the Marine Railway , being rccop, ere-j and re cauiked. ahe will comedown next week. The steamer Likelike brought 7,500 bags HPgarftom Fa.utiau, Haiuakua, Hawaii, March 13in, for ttie wteamer iiuuuslow. The bark Merom is about 36 days out from Port Townsend with lumber for Messrs. Allen & Robinson. The American three-masted schooner Allen A., Ciptain L. J. cchuge, arrived March 13th, 32 days from Eureka, Cali fornia. Experienced bad weather il the way to this port, cue brought 177.6(50 feet rough redwood lumber," lyu.124 leet sur faced lumber, and 109.500 leuwo. d shin gles. Thfe cargo is couaigned to Messrs. Lewers & Cooke. The Aden A. was docked near the Uceanic Company's wharf yes terday. The Japanese steamer Yamashiro Maru, Captain Youn?. will ail at 2 o'clock ttiu afternoon for Yokohama. The steamship Ksstx is daily expected from China, tene will take sugar to ban Francisco. The steamer Eton went to the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf j-esterday morning to load. She wil sail next Thursday. The steamship tiouuslow was moved from the P. M. ti. S. Co.'s wnarf to thr O. 6. S. Co.'s yesterday to finish loading eugar. She will sail next Monday lor ban Francisco. , The steamer Kilauea Hou's cargo of 3.500 bags sugar went on board the Eton ye.-terday. The steamer Lehua passed the steamer Claudine otf Waipio, Hawaii, on Thurs day, going to Laupahoehoe for sugar. The steamers Claudine and Mikahala will arrive this morning from the.r res pective ports with sugar. The steamer Lehua brought 2,050 bags sugar from Uokala, Hawaii, March 13th. The -steamers Waialeale, Kaala, and James Makee are due this morn.ogX The whaling bark Hunter, CaptXin B. Cogan, anchored off port March '13th, about 26 days from San Francisco. be will proceed for the Arctic Ocean next week. The bark J. C. Pfluger will load sugar for San Francisco alter the departure of steamship Eton. The bark Albert and barkentine S. G. Wilder are about 22 or 23 days out from San Francisco. Mr. Pope to Lecture. Mr. J. D. Pope will deliver a lect ure at the Y. M. O. A. Hall next Wednesday morning. The following is what the Sydney Freeman's Journal has to say about him: The title of the lecture, "Robert Emmet," proved a most attractive one, for when the lecturer stepped on the stage, he found himself facing a crowded audience, who welcomed the "young man eloquent" in char acteristically warm Celtic fashion. From his opening sentence to his glowing peroration, he held the com plete attention of his hearers, and it says much for his power that he fre quently roused the great audience to a pitch of enthusiasm, which had its outward' expression in loud and genuine bur&ts of cheering. Still Two Telephone Companies. The Mutual Telephone Company held a meeting yesterday forenoon for the purpose oT deciding upon the question of consolidation with the Bell Company on the plan submitted by the latter named company. In the absence of Hon. H. A. Widemann, Mr. F. A. Schaefer acted as chair man. A majority of shareholders were represented, and the votf for consoli dation resulted in 1.293 shares in favor of . and 2,662 shares against consolidation. It is claimed by those who were in the majority that the division of stock was not properly divided; out of $100,000, the Mutual wat to have 55,000 and the Bell 45,000. A lively meeting is reported. A Work of Art. Resolutions of condolence from Oahu Lodge, No. 1, Knights of Phythia, in regard to the death of His Majesty Kalakaua, were pub lished in this paper some four weeks ago. They have since been very handsomely engrossed and framed, and on Friday, the 6th inst., were presented to the Royal Family by David Dayton, D. S. Chaucellor; J. C. F. Horn, P. C; and Henry Smith, P. C, Committee. We have been informed that Her Majesty has been requested to permit the exhibi tion, for a few days, of this work of art. We trust, for the sake of the artist.that the request will be granted. XOOLL AND GENERA!,. Some land on Nnuanu street be- lov? School street is for 6ale. The Hawaiian Band played at Queen Emma Hall yesterday even ing- The Court will return this morn ing from Nawiliwili by the steamer oiiKanaia. Lord Ravnham is ill. Dr. F. Li Miner is attending him at the Ha- WW wanan Hotel. The Honolulu Rifle Association has postponed ta day's shooting till next baturday. Don't forget the Bohemian Girl at the Upera House this evemocr. It will be worth hearing. The stockholders of the O. R. & L Co. elected their officers, February zbtn, for the ensuing year. One of the prettiest windows in town is the art window at the Pacific Hardware Company's store 7 Mr. R. W. Irwin has been appoint ed Minister Resident and Consnl- General for the Japan Empire. On the first page will be found a picture of the average baby, and on the last page an " acrostic." A young Hawaiian will conduct Salvation Army meetings at Queen Lmma Hall to morrow evening. An interesting letter from Ponape appears in another column. The natives seem to be holding their own bravely. The Yamasbiro Maru sails for Yokohama and Hongkong at 2 p. m. to-day. Messrs. Win. G. Irwin & Co., agents. There are likely to be a few civil suits in regard to customers refusing to pay for the lighting they claim they don't get. The Claudine will be in this morn ing instead of its regular time, Sun day morniDg. The Mikahala will also be in early. All members of the " Native Sons of Hawaii" are requested to assemble at the Old Armory, Queen street, this evening at 7 o'clock. A baole hack driver turned Fort street, above Beretania, into a race track yesterday afternoon. Mr. P drove his animal at the rato of 2:40. What do you want in the way of hardware! Look over the Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s notice in another column and you will find what you want. Owing to a slip of the printer in correcting the proof of yesterday' shipping, the expected departure of the . o. Alameda got uuder the wrong heading. Opera goers were disappointed yesterday at the non-arrival of the Alameda with luce's Hivangehne Company. If ou time to-day, the company will give a matinee this afternoon. It is said that there are over two hundred tins of opium on board the steamer Yamasbiro Maru. W7onder if the bold smugglers will get them ashore. The tins are worth twenty dollars each. If the ladies step into the Popular Millinery House when they go shop ping they will surely find something that will suit them in the dress ma terial line. See N S. Sachs' new announcement in this issue. A fire at Makiki destroyed many beautiful trees in that vicinity yes terday. The person who started the tire ought to be compelled to plant .trees again without pay, then serve ai apprenticeship at road making. The Honolulu Arion met the first for a long time in their old hall. An enthusiastic meeting was had; one new member added to the list of membership, and provisions made for the purchase of new furniture. Other business was transacted. Services of the parochial congre gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral for to-morrow will be: Holy Communion at 6:30 a. m. ; Matins with sermon at 11 o'clock, and Evensong with ser mon at 7:30 o'clock. All are cordi ally invited to attend these services. The funeral of An tone Marshall, about 58 years old, took place Fri day afternoon at 3 o'clock. The do ceased was a former native of the Azores, but had long resided on the Islands. He died at 12:30 Friday morning, and was buried in the Cath olic cemetery. There will be preaching at Arion Hall Sunday at 2:30 p. m. to nativps through an interpreter and at 7:30 p m. to all who understand English. The subject for the first service will be the restoration of the Gnppel prior to the second coming of Christ. The subject for th evening will be the signs of Christ's coming. Mr. Arthur T. Robinson, a sugar planter from Mauritius, called at our office yesterday. He visits these isl ands to inspect our method of plant ing and harvesting cane, as well as our mill work. He will go to Maui next Monday, thence to Hawaii, re turning in time to take the Mariposa on April 9 for Sydney. We bespeak for him the kind attentions of plant ers and others he may meet on his tour. Brain workers, and all who have to stand the pevere mental strain conpe quenton intellectual employment, find Clements' Tonic invaluable. Hol listek & Co. are ' the Agents for the Islands. Rainfall for February, i8qi. (From Report to Weather Service.) in. Oahn Government Station Puna- Lou 5.15 Kulaokahua .". 4.84 Honolulu Town 3.73 Lower Nuuanu 6.93 Electric Station, Nuuanu 8.02 L'lakaha, Nnuanu 9.93 W'aikiki (Park) 2.67 Hinouliuli, Ewa Plantation 2.99 Maui Kula, von Tempsky 4.11 Spre. keL-ville 2.S6 Hawaii Pepeekeo, Hilo 6.35 O. kala, Hilo 3.73 Paaubau, Moore, (300 elev.) 5 .33 Paauhau, Lyman, (1,100 elev,). . 9.03 Waimea 10.10 North FCnliala. Ofitrnm 7 99 Kailua. l!45 Volcano House 13.15 Pohoiki 8.66 Kauai Kealia (beach) 3 60 Lihue , 1.30 Koloa 4.97 Where stations are very near together, only jne record of oldest one i given, ex cept in caBe of marked difference. All reports will appear in the annual or offi cial report. Ooservers are earnestly re quested to send in returns promptly. C J. Lyons. At the Hawaiian Hotel. Rather an impromptu ball was given at the Hawaiian Hotel Friday evening by some of Honolulu's society young people. About fifty couples were present. The affair was given somewhat for the benefit of Mr. Frazer, the new dancing in structor. The dining hall was ar ranged for the occasion, part of the front veranda lighted by Japanese lanterns, while the hotel yard was lit by incandescent lights. Concert at Thomas Square. The Royal Hawaiian Band will givo a public concert at Thomas Square this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The band will play the following one the Bohemian Girl, go to see her to-night: 1. March -Imperial Citv Schild 2. Overture Berlin Life Conradi . .J " 3. Finale Belisario Donizetti 4 Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe 5. Waltz Summer Eve Waldteufel 6. Polka Ionian Wardrope Hawaii Ponoi. To those who need a pleasant Tonic for any kind of debility, we tan recom mend Clements' &b the best. For salt by HoLLISTER & Co. iNcio Sluncrtisemaits. Y M. O. A.. HALL. Wednesday Evening, March 18, ' J. D. POPE, The New Zealand Orator and Vocalist In his Thrilling Entertainment of Song and Storv. Robert Emmet and His Ladv Love. Sarah urran." Kei-ltal of "Emmet's Speech Before Be ing Condemned to Death. National Songs 'The Dear Little Sham rock." "The Laid for the People," Etc. CO-Reserved S-ats Si: Een-rnl admia- sio 50u. Doors open at 7, commences at 7 .30 p. M. CN. B Don't miss it 1 Itiqncrnnrl intellectual and musical treat. 27l3-4t Ejection of Officers. T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Stockholders of the Oahu Kailwav & Land Co., held this day, the following officers were elected for the ensuing car: John H. Paty " President 8. C. Allen 1st Vice-Presid nt T. K. Walker :.2d Vice f resident Jas. G. Spencer 3d Vice-President W. G. Ashley Secretary C. P. Iaukea Treasurer W. F. Allen Auditor S1BECT0BS. Thos. May, F. M. Hatch, Jas. B. Castle, H. M. von Holt. W G. ASHLEY, Secretary. Honolulu, February 28, 1891. . 2713-1 w 1366-3C TO LET. five nice CoUaees put up on the ptoundt known as the Reiniensrh- neide1 Premises. Punchbowl street, each Couage will contain six looms, with rt-nt moderate. Apply at the Shoe af -re. N. 13 Nonann street. 2709-lm DR. EMERSON, OFFICE 135 Fort St.. (formerly Dr. Tuc ker's office). OrFics HotJBfl 9 to 11 a. M., and 2 to 3 r. M ; Sunda s, 9 to 10 A. M. Beil Telephone No. 51. Residence 5 School str et. 27Q4-3iuq NOTICE. MY BUSINESS WILL BE ATTENDED "-- to and Kibuku Plantation drafts cahei bv Casile fc Cooke, during my ab sence ir -ra ine &.ingaom. 2712 1386-3t J. B. CASTLE. MARSHAL'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cutton issued out of the Police Court, on the 21st day of February A. D. 1-391. again-" Lee Kin and Quon Chow.p-irtne 8. as eun See Hop Co., defendants, in favor of S. C. Allen, doing business as Allen & Robinson, plaintiff, for the sum of Two H n-ired Seventeen and 50-100 Dollars ($217 50). I have levie.1 up- n and shall expose for sale at the fn-nt errranceof Kalakaua Hale, in the District ot Hono lulu. Island f Oahn. at 12 o'clock m. of THURSDAY, the 2d day of April A. D. 1891. to the highest bidder, nil the right, title and interest of theeaid Lee Ein and tuon Chow, defendants, in and to the fol lowing property, unless -aid judgment, interest, C"Sts and my expenses be previ ously paid. Li.-t of property for sale: 1 clock. 4 bed steads (white pin-). 18 wooden horse., 1 counter, 2 tool cliests with to s. 1 tool iux with tools, 1 grind Ptone ard stand. 2 car penter's benches. 1 bundle of moulding. 11 blocks of hardwood. 3 tables. 5 lockers, 1 unfinished table, 1 cabinet maker's ma chine, tools, etc.. 3 boxes o Chinese provi s ons, 1 lamp, 2 carriage wheels, 1 stoo1, 1 old euitar. 2 old bamboo chairs. 5 old chairs, 1 anvil and vice, 1 lot of window panes. Hot R. W. boards, 1 lot N. W. boards. 1 lot iron screws, bolts, etc. etc. (Signed) C. L. HOPKINS, Marshal. Honolulu, Mar. 3, 1891 2703-lm THE ADVERTISER IS THE leading daily paper of the Kingdom 2Cf.ru liircrtiscmcals. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! MR. LEV EY begs to notify the patrons ot tne upera uouse, mat Bice's Evangeline Co. (En route to the Colonies) With other great Specialties, including GEO. FORTESCUE, The greatest impersonator in the world of Female burlesque Character, Are to Arrive on the Alameda To-day (Saturday). A Matinee Performance will he given during the stay of the Alameda in port. The Telephone Offices will be noti fied the hour the performance takes place. Doors wil' be open one hour pre vious to the performance as seats will not be reserved in advance. 2712-2 Royal Hawaiian OperaHonse L. J. LEVEY. - LES8KE AND MAPAOER W. H. HAMILTOK, - - STAK DIRI-CTOR OSCAB HKEOLD - - MUSICAL DIRECT' 'R 3. BORJES ... LEADER Continued Success! New York Opera Co. SATURDAY, MARCH 14th, Balfe'd Grand Romantic Opera in Four Acts, The BOKEMfAN v GIBL Box Tian op-n on Friday at 2 p. m: 2712-2r ForYokohima& Hongkong The Al Steamship Yamasliiro Maru, YOUNG, Commander. Will sail for the above ports, on SATURDAY. MARI -H 14th A.T 2 I. M. ' &"Tov Freight or Passage, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., LM., 271l-3t AGENTS. TO H0USEEEEPEBS fCCAsk Your Grocer for Starr's Best Roller-made Choice Extra FLOUR ! Best and Cheapest in This Market. This brand has been used bv many persons during the past year and has given satisfaction. C. BREWER & CO., L'd., -2706-1 m Agents. Firewood For Sale. DELIVERED AT THE HOUSE IN quantities to sui . Applv at 2705-3W WAIALAE RANCH. Cosmopolitan Restaurant. T HAVE SOLD ALL MY INTEREST -I in the the above Restaurant to Y. Anin who is now authorized to collect all ac counts and pay alt bills. 2706-2W JOHN YING. m SK DI Immense Assortment Now Opeu at N. S. SACHS', 104 Fort Street, : Honoinh;. 3. 1. CHAILL KPj CHATL.L.iCS. All Wool; extra fine quality; latest dewgns; SCOTCH GTNGHAMS, AMERICAN GIN 4HAMS. latest plaids and stripes. FANCY SIRIPFD anH HGUKKO HATlTE-. in treat variety; FANC FIGURED and SO ID COLK SATEENS; A New Aster' merit oi CHAMBRICS, in 8tripe in solid colors; something new, Fine French Silk Striped Chailles In Pink, Blue, and Gold Stripes; FANCY STR'PED CRINKLE MATFRI VLS. a lanre nsfortment ; DOT! ED and FANCY MuURED. SWISSr S, in white, crem and ecru; WHITE GOODS, WHITE GOODS In plaids and stripes, fanov figured otn plaids ad tripes; an immense assortment at VEKY L' W PRICES. Tucking, Tucking, . Tuckirg, in plain and fancy ; new designs. LADIES' EMBROIDERED BOX SUITS in white cream and color d. The Pplar Millinery House, 104 Fort St. iXcoj Uicrtisrmcnt3. FIELD SPORTS Under the Auspices of the I If ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD AT THE New Baseball Ground OS TUESDAY, - - - MARCH 17th Commencing it 2 o'clock P. M. PROGRAMME. 100 Yard Run. Running Broad Jump. Pole Vault. Running Hop, Step and Jump. Putting the Shot. Throwing the Hammer. Running Hiiih Jump. 120 Yard Hurdle Race. CCT'A Gold Medal for first priift and a Silver M dal for second prise will be given in each of the above events. Events Open To All! Competitors must dpoit One ($1.00) Dollar an an entry fee to h-w good will, which will be returned upon their com peting at the course. ' There mut b two start era in ea-h event in order to cecure tho first prize, and three in order to Btrur the s cond prii. E?"Enfrief are now oien at C J McCastht's. Fort street, and will close March 16ili, at 4 o'clock. Admission to Ground Free. Reserved Seats fir Lad rs ! ' The Royal tiunaiian Band will be in attendance. J W. JONES, C. J. McC KM Y, J. h. FISHE t, A. G. M. RO t RT ON, 2710-td Committee. New Store! New Goods! GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, CHILDRENS' UNDER WE R, BOY'S WAISTS, Etc., ' BOY'S & SUSSES HATS, Choice Millinery, Ribbons and Flowers SPOOL SILK, Etc. Prices Reasonable I New Goods Every Steamer. AT G-GOD'S, Mclntyre Block, Fort Street. 2709-3mq FURNISHED E00MS. FORT - ST. HOUSE, No. 184 Fort Street. ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOM8 t either single or en suite, at reason able rates. Hot and cold water baths and all modern conveniences to be found in a first-class house. Appiy on the premises to 2710-lm WM. P. CROOKS. 56-tf HONOLULU ATHLETIC mat 3Tfiu ntocrttscmcnia. IF YOU "WAN'T ;! Hardware Crockery Glassware IPaints, Oils and Van-islies ELECTROLIERS, CHANDEi IERS. Metal or Glass LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES; DELAWARE OIL, l ire Test 130 Degrees. HOUSE FUttMSHlKG GOODS! SILVER PLXTFD WRE, CUTLERY, TICKET KNIVE WADE A. BUT, HERS RXZKS RU1.UEU IlosEf irHEU ILUN OR -WlttE B'.UNn; MANILA OR SI-A I R.P . LVN mowers, lawn simonkleks, high grass gutters. etc. Plantation Supplies or Agricultural Implements THE BEST WINDMILL IN EXISTESCE I - ' Buy Tliem From THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., I'd., FORT STREET, OPPOITR RPRECKELS' BANK. 7fl-q HONOLULU. BENSON, SMITH & Co. AGENTS, Fliotapliic Supplies, Chemicals, Etc. 113. 115 FOHT .-STREET. CASTLE & COOKE, IMPORTERS, - t Shipping and Commission Merchants, PLANTATION AND INSURANCE AGENTS. BUILDERS' AND GENERAL HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL lllPLEtlENTS, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Carpenters' Blacksmiths' Machinists' and Plumbers' Tools, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods, and Q-eneral Merchandise. Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals, Wilcox & Gibbs. and Remington Sewing Machines, Dr. Jane & Sons Family Medicines; M04 T9-0 J. L. Practical Htuse and PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY. No. 130 Fort St., GEO. W. BUILDER and COISTTR A,CTOR stg& Is prepared to furnish Plans and Specifi -ations frr. and Contrnrt all t'jpj kinds of Buildings, either Brick, Stone, Iron or Wood, in satisfactory manner fJSfRfina a Practical Architect myelf, I am prepared to make all Plat f and Sty cificationp, and Personally Superintend t'e arre. -'- - Thankful to all who have entrusted their work to me heretofore.. J Wp,fo merit a covtir.nance of their patronaw-e, hy eivini? the same my prconal ,Dpervi ion and emploin' competent assi -tarns, thereby enabling me to guarantee satis faction ". .." - BT LT, KINDS OF JOBBING and R PAIRING promptly atteudtd to. Offices and Stores Fitted up with neatness and dinpatcb. 5 : Bell Telephone 275. MEYER, Decorative Painter. Honolulu. LINCOLN, Or. W. LINCOLiN, 65 q 75 AJfD 77