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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 1, 1891.
OiEO RilLWAY & USD CO.'S
OM AND AFTER MAY 1, 1S1.
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Arrive Honoullnll.7:20 9:49 2:49 S:S5t
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Arrive Honolulu. .8:33 11:55 4:55 6:50t
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EVENTS OF TO-DAT.
1. O. O. F. Harmony Lodge No. 3, at 7:30
PID5EEK BriLtISG AND LOAS ASSOCIATIOX
Kl Chamber of Commerce, at 7:30
A. F.fe A. M. Lodpe Le Trogres de V Oce
anic No. 124, at 7:30 p. M,
Arcrios Sai.e At Jas. F. Morgan's sales
rooms at 12 m.
Mketisg Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. &
A. M., 10 a. m.
Lectcee At Y. M C. A. Hall at 7:30 p. m.
Scottish Thisixi Cxc At hail of Engine
Co. No. 1, at 7:30 p. m.
Tide, San and Moon.
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The Time Signal for the Port la eiven at
13 h. 0 m. 0 a. (midnight) of Greenwich time, or
1 h. 38 m. S4 a. r. m. ot Honolula Observatory
It is given by the Steam 'Whistle of the Honolulu
Planing MiiL, a few doors above the Custom
Hooe. The same whistle la sounded cor
rectly at Honolula Mean Noon, Observatory
Meridian, or 10 JL. SI m. 26 a. of Greenwich
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Sattxday, May 30.
Stmr Claadine, Davies. from Maui.
Stmr Hawaii, Hiibus, from Hamakua.
titmr iiokohi, McUregor, from Molokai.
Stmr James Makee, Macaulay, from
itmr C R Bishop, Le Claire, from.circuit
bchr Llholiho from Kanai. .
ScifDAT, May 3L.
Stmr Waialeale.Chaney, from Kauai.
Stmr Fele, Gahan, from Kauai.
Stmr Lehua, Fitzgerald, from Hamakua.
Satcrdat. May 30.
Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau.
TKSSKLS LEAV1KQ TO-DAY.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koolau
at 9 a m.
Simr Mokolii. McGregor, for Molokai at
Schr Larinia for Koolau.
Schz Millie Morris for Koolau.
From Maui per ttmr Claudine. May 30
C Bolte, M Louisson, D Toomey, W Berlo
wiu. C B Makee, K Catton, J Clark, Mrs
H Nunn, J Kubenstein, Kev J F Inaina,
Bey T L Gulick, J B Tanner, Ah Mi, Ah
Chew. J Murdock, A K Kealakai, and 48
From Kauai per stmr Waialeale, May
31 Mrs F F Kauoa. E M Walsh, Hon G N
Wilcox, J Brock. C Apoi. Kev J Miau. F K
Iscnberg Jr, S N Hundley, Miss Vatr
hoase, H Morrison, E J Weight, J A
Hoeg, Kev J Kiinoho, C Hagcns, and 35
From Kauai, per stmr Pele, May 31
Jujge Maioho, W H Kiha and 11 deck
The steamer Claudine came in from
Maui on Saturday morning with 7K3 sacks
sugar, 27 sacks taro, 62 sacks potatoes, 37
T'. 35 tons old iron, and 62 packages sun
dries. lhe steamer James Makee brought
2,650 bags sugar from Kauai on Saturday,
and tbe steamers Fete and Waialeale 1,4(
aud 2.780 ba;S suar respectively on bun
Tbe Japanese steamship Miike Maru
was built at sunderland. England, three
years ago. Her net registered tonnage is
2,004 tons, and her engines are ol 270
horse-power, capable of giviDg her a speed
of thirteen knots.
The steamer Mokolii brought 13 bead of
cattle and 20 barrels molasses on Sat
urday. The steamer Lehua eot in from Hami-
kua on Sundav morning with 2AkO
biigs sugar. Ileporu very beau til ui
weather ail along the Hamakua coast.
Tbs steamer C. K. Bishop brought 400
bunches bananas and 70 bags rice from a
circuit of Oabu on Saturday morning.
The bark S. C. Allen will sail to-morrow
for San Francisco.
The steamer Waialeale brought on Sun
day from Kauai, besides sugar cargo, 21
head cattle, 5 hordes, 55 hides, 30 bags pia,
and 8 calves.
While the steamer Lehua was leaving
Hiio last Friday, a foreign schooner wis
seen far out in tbe horizon heading for
that port. She was probably the tern lie
porter from San Franci-co. v
' The tern J. G. North arrived at Matu
tona, Hawaii, iiay 25th, about 17 days
from San Francisco.
DICKSON la Honolulu, May 31st, Mean,
zies Dickson, a native of Charlestovn
Mas., aged 51 years.
9" Tbe funeral will take place at 4
t. h. to-day at tbe reoideuce of Mrs. S. G.
Wilder, on J udd street.
EAD THE DAILY ADVKTISEK
if you want the lafcsat newa.
The Honolulus Peg Vp Another
Notch in the Championship
It took the Honolulus over two hours
to play eight innings and defeat the
Hawaii on Saturday. Two broken hata
and -two balls took part. And such
pf.me ! It was so slow that a person on
foot could have easily caught np to any
loint in it. Runners and fielders slum.
bered, while in the grand stand there
was not enough enthusiasm to give
either side a decent send-off. That
there were some good individual plays
as well as bad ones made, goes without
saying. The crippled Hawaiis did their
bea to win from beginning to end. In
the second and third innings the Hono
lulus rattled woie than a Beretania
street tram car, enough errors being
niaae to lose any game; it was a circus
and a street parade of the loftiest order.
lhe llonoluius won, however, but; it
wasn t their fault, as they play ball only
w hen tney have to.
The attendance was slim, notwith
standing that the day was a perfect one
ior rau playing.
The first runs were made in the sec
ond by the Hawaiis, Luahiwa being hit
with a pitched ball, getting his first, a
hit by Woods, Pryce getting his first on
a passed ball, and all three came home
on a wild throw bv Whitney and a
passed ball by Chan. Wilder. Kaouli
trot home on a wild throw, a muff by
Krnie Wodehouse and a passed ball.
This gave them four runs, and tbe II a-
waiis were favorites. -
In the third innings, the Hawaiis got
three more runs on a two-base hit by
Simmons, Luahiwa again being hit by a
pitched ball, Woods getting his base on
balls and a base hit by Kosa.
The Honolulus cot one run in the sec
ond on Chan. Wilder's base hi, he
stealing second and coming home on a
wild pitch. In the third they made
ei:ht runs on a series of errors by the
Hawaiis, which would take a column to
describe. There was not an earned run
in the whole eight.
Three more runs were made in the
fourth, in the same way, which practic
ally gave the Honolulus the game. No
more runs were made by either side dur
ing the game.
Following is the official score :
SAMES. A.B. B. B.H. O. A. E.
Wodehouse, H lb 5 1 1 15 2 1
Lucas, G r.f 5 10 10 0
Whitney, 2d b.. 4 2 0 2 7 2
Wilder, Chan c. 3 3 3 4 1 1
Wodehouse, E 3b 3 1112 1
Lucas, W p 4 0 0 1 4 0
Carter, c.f 4 10 10 0
Parker.l.f 3 2. 1 0 0 0
Wilder, Chass.s 3 1 0 2 2 1
Total.: 34 12 6 27 18 6
SAMES. A.B. K. B.H. O. A. X.
Prvce. lb 5 1 0 11 1 3
Kaouli. c.f 5 1 0 0 0 0
Dan, Lf 4 0 2 0 0 0
Thompson, s.s.. 3 0 1 3 4 0
Morris,2b. 4 0 0 4 4 3
simmons, c 5 1 1 5 32
Luahi5a,3d b.. 3 2 110 0
Woods, p 3 2 0 0 2 1
Rosar.f 3 0 1 0 0 0
Total 35 ..7. . 6 24 .14 9
Score by innings
Honolulus 0 1830000 12
Hawaiis 0 430000007
Two Base Hits Dan, Simmons.
Bases on Balls By Lucas, 4; by
Bases on Hit bv Pitched Ball Lucas 4.
Fasstd Balls By Wilder 2; by Sim
mons 2. j ' - '
Wild Fitches Woods 4.
S'cruck Out By Lucas 4; by Woods 7.
Timeoi Game 2 hours.
Umpires Wall and Lockwood.
Scorer J. W. Winter.
Telephonic " How's that, Mr. Um
pire?" That's what, Capt. Iiobt. Pa
hau ; the Honolulus hold first mortgage
on the cup." . .. ...
The Hawaiis will have to do more
head work if they would be ball players.
This was demonstrated on Saturday.
The " electric batteries were
working well steam is needed,
Palmer Woods is a hard worker and a
seedy pitcher; pitching to a new
catcher every game is not only hard
work, but discouraging to him. Give
the boy a chance and "he's in it."
Robt. More attended the match in a
wagonette with Bcveral friends, in charge
of John Sullivan. By the way, "Bob" is
a regular patron of the sport and hardly
ever missrs a game when well.
Robt. Parker played in Desha's posi
tion, tbe latter being down with grip.
Several pretty foul flies were captured
in the grandstand. Jas. G. of the de
funct Benedicts took a Lot one ; he was
Owing to a broken finger, little Dan
the Hawaii's catcher, will not be seen
behind the bit this season. He will
play in the field ; ' his good 'batting will
carry him through.
Charley Wilder played a good short
stop; his throwing was immense.
Some of the cranks were present, but
the opportunity was not. Capt. Harry's
heavy Infers" had a picnic, and the
cranks knew it; hence no tooting.
. THE AM AT EC as.
The Fort Street School boys easily
beat the Boarders of the Oahu College
on Saturday score, 12 to 19. There
were a good many two base hits made,
but the only three-bagger was credited
to W. Super "of the Fort Street School
Wo man's Board of Missions.
Tbe annual meeting of the Woman's
Hoard oi 3lifcions will be held at the
rf-sidence of Mrs. P.C.Jones on Nnuanu
avenue on Tuesday, June 2d. The soci
ety will convene at 10 o'clock and pre
sent the following programme: Devo
tional exercises; business of tbe month ;
annual reports of Secretaries and Auxil
iaries; report of work fur Hawaiiane by
Miss Green; rejort of Treasurer; report
of committees. Lunch 12 to 1 :;K) P. m.
Bainess continued ; President's address.
Vfy " Oh ! Those Cars 1 "
The tramcars were conspicuous for
their absence on Nuuanu avenue Satur
day afternoon. All along' the route of
the G. A. K. procession on that avenue
could be st:n parties waiting in vain for
a car. Where the cars were is a queit
tion. Perhaps the one with the broken
wheel was taken off for repairs. The
management of the service mut view
the diH.xrunture of the public on such
occasions with a sort o' diabolical grin.
tOC At AND GESERAt.
Do you want a dog?
A nor girl is wanted.
A bunch of keys are asked for.
The Miike Maru sails Wednesday
at 10 a. u.
of stores were closed
honor of Decoration
Reports from Kauai state that tbe
grip is making a complete tour of
the island. v
Prof. M. M. Scott gives his lectnre.
on " Microbes " this evening at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall.
The Scottish Thistle club will meetl
at the hall of Engine Co. No. 1 this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
A special meeting of Lodge Le
Progress de l'Oceanie, F. and A. M.,
is called for this evening at 7:30
At 12 o'clock noon Mr. Jas. F.
Morgan will offer for 6ale a lot
of stocks and bonds. An opportu
nity fnr a crw-wl invixtmanJ
j o - .
a short horned cow to Mr. Paul Isen
berg. The animal weighs about
1,400 pounds; it can be seen at tbe
Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Too many libations, by some of
those accustomed to drinks stronger
than ginger ale caused fifteen addi
tions to the number of transient
boarders at the "calaboose" Satur
day. A working girl said, after reading
the items in the paper about the
classes in the Y. M. C. A. rooms, ' I
wish they would do as much for the
girls; they do a great deal more for
the boys than they do for the girls."
The corner stone of the Central
Union Church will be Dut into rjosi-
tion Wednesday afternoon, the exer
cises commencing at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon. Temporary seats will be
placed in the yard of the Punahou
Preparatory school, in order to have
the exercises in the shade.
kL Bernhardt, an old resident of
Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, was found
last Wednesday in his house dead.
On the following day J. Nolan of
Honolula was also found dead in his
house. The cause of their death
was said to be apoplexy. The body
of Beinhardt was taken by the
steamer Likelike on Friday to Hilo
Death of an Old Resident.
Mr. M. Dickson died at his residence
in Palama yesterday afternoon, after a
long illness. He was born in Charles
town, Mass., and came here in 1S67
from Cincinnati, and soon after estab
lished himself as a photographer on
Fort street, in which business he con
tinued for some years, when he sold out
to Mr. J. J. Williams. Later he was
manager of the Kaiwaloa cattle ranch at
Waialua, on this island. He was a
brother of the late J. G. Dickson, of the
firm of Lewers & Dickson, and Major J.
Bates Dickson, and also of Mrs. Geo. A.
Howard, of this city. During the civil
war, he served in the American navy.
He leaves a widow and two children.
Tbe funeral will take place at 4 p. m. to
day, at the residence of Mrs. Wilder, on
The congregations of the two native
churches united in service yesterday at
the Kawaiabao church, where a large
audience assembled, to hear a sermon
from Rev. Mr. Kapu,who preached from
the the text " Glory to God in the High
est, and on earth peace, good will toward
men." Mr. K. is a young but very elo
quent preacher, who possesses the power
of holding the attention of his audience
from the beginning to the close of his
sermon, which very few Hawaiian speak
ers can do. In this respect he reminds
one of tbe late Mr. Kuaea. The singing
on this occasion, with the united choirs
of the two churches, led at the organ by
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, was exceptionally
To those who need a pleasant Tonic
for any kind of debility, we can recom
mend Clements' as the best. For sale
by Uollisteb & Co.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Lt'd.
Fairy Step Ladders,
Steel Tray Birrowi,
Forres, Blowers end Drills,
Ice Cream Freezera,
Keroaene Oil Stoves,
8 to re Tracks,
House end Yard Brooms,
Little Giant Rat Traps,
Brushes of All Klnts,
Klce Flows, a full line,
Stoves end Kenajes,
Butcher end Hunting; Knives,
Carvers in Sets, a fine line.
Silver I la ted Ware,
Crockery and Lamp Goodi,
l'icture Moulding; and Cornice I'olea,
Terra Cott Flower Fota.
A BUNCH OF KEYS. BETWEEN
Kapiolani Park arid Thomas Square.
Return to Advertiser umce. z3
NURSE GIRL. INQUlliE OF W.
O. Atwater, Honolulu iron Works.
4 SPECIAL MEETING OF LODGE
A. Le Frogres de l'Oceanie No. 121. F A
A. M., Is called for THIS MONDAY
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Businesu of
importance. All members of tbe above
Ijodge are requested to be present.
277'J FEU ORDER.
Those who have not
used Boschee's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Lungs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
injr are unknown joys. For Ger-
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
sugar ana water may smoom a
throat or stop a tickling-for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's German
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. WTiere for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the culf of
h despair, where there is the sickening
conviction mat au is over ana me
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
P. B. & L. A.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
lng of the Pioneer Building & Loan
Association will beheld MONDAY EVEN
ING, June 1st. at 7:30 o'clock.
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
of this Club will be held in No. 1 En
gine Co. 8 Hall this (Monday) evening at
7:30 o'clock sharp. A full attendance is
requested as important business is to come
bef ore the meeting. Friends are cordially
invited to join at 8 o'clock.
K, B. SCOTT.
A LARGE WATCH DOG.
The dog can be seen at the Ha
waiian Hotel Stables. 2779-3t
Y. S. O. A. HALL.
Honolulu Art and Science Association
MONDAY EVENING, - JUNE L
Will be delivered an Address on
By Pbof. M. M. Scott.
Admission by ticket only to be
obtained on application to members of
Arts and Science Evening Schools, or to
Mr. Fuller, General Secretary Y. M. C. A.
2774 3t tu th mon
PREMISES AT KAPALAMA,
entrance, " Austin Lane." Large
House, together with Out-houses.
and Stables. Apply to
2777-1 w JOHN F. COLBURN.
SITUATION BY A YOUNG LADY,
f to assist in an office or as governess in
a family. Address S., this office.
ONE NEW PHAETON
and 1 Second-hand Phaeton,
1 Family Carriage Horse
and Harness, and 1 First-
class Saddle Horse; horses suitable for
ladies to ride or drive. For particulars
. HARDWARE CO.'s STORE
Fort St., opp. Spreckels' Block.
TUE WONDER OF THE AGE!
Edison's Phonograph !
4 NEW CYLINDER. GIVING A
ia change of Song, Music and Speeches
is placed in the Instrument every day !
r-Call and see the marvellous ma
chine NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
THE COMMERCIAL BILLIARD PARLORS
A LL ACCOUNTS
DUE THE WOOD-
lawn Dairv and Stock Company or
more than sixty days funding, if not set
tled on or before tbe 15th day of June, 1891,
will te placed in tbe hands of a Collector
All customers wbo fil to pay their bills
within sixty davs after the bills have been
presented will be liable to have their milk
fctopped without further notice.
WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK CO.
2775 2w Fbkk Parker, Manager.
rpHE DEBTORS TO THE ESTATE OF
W. S. Luce are hereby notified thai, if
the amounts duo bv them are not paid be
fore the 10th dav of J une ntxt, at the office
of Frank Brown, 29 Merchant street, mens
will be taken in the Police Court for tbe
collection of the t-ame without further
uolice. J. F. HACKFELD,
JULH'8 HOT! NO,
Assignee of the Estate of W. S. Luce.
May 2X, 2777-10t
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
-a- will not be responsible in any wav for
contracts, purchases or obligations without
my written order,
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu. May 29, UUi. 277H-lw
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN-
Steel and Iron Banges, Stoves and Fixtures,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS AND KITCHEN " UTENSILS,
AGATE WARE IN GREAT VARIETY,
White, Gray and Silver-plated.
LAMPS AND FIXTURES!
LIFT AND FORCE POMPS. WATER CLOSETS, METALS,
Plumbers' Stock, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
DIM0ND BLOCK, 85
HOLLISTEE & CO.,
-IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN-
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
A Eull Lino
HOLLLSTKR & CO., 109 Fort Street.
THIS PRKMISK8 ON KAAHIN
inanu Ntr-t, at prt-MMit occupied
by T. 11. Daviea A. Co., and ad
Jolning their new building.
For particular enquire of
JAti. L. aIcLKAN,
at Inter-Inland H. N. Co.'b otllce.
riM Al KHTISKIt ta the l.eftdluff
A Dally l'pr of Ihm Itlaudi,
UT WE HAVK THE LARGEST
Stovks, Ranges, Cctlkry, Glamwakk
and Cuina. there is on the Islands t
Bv recent arrivals w a havn ad.
ded largefy to our Stock of
SIIYVKlt AVA.UK and
So that it Is, to-day, the best In the city I
Manila Pope, all sixes;
Celebrated Pansy Stoves, and
Golden Anvil Steel Ranges.
THE A EK MOTOR
The only Windmill made of Stkel and
that w ill run in a dead calm 1
New Easy and Pennsylvania Lawn
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
C&rpnters' and Machinists' Tools,
3f Which We sell at Pkickh Lower
TI1AN EVER BEFORE 1
The Hawaiian Hardware G
Fort St., Opp. epreckels Block.
13fi7 265 l-n
and Sheet Iron Work.
and 97 KING STREET.
- 2651 - q
NAPA SODA WATER
FRANK B. AUERBACH,
Aoent to Take At knowi.kihjkments to
Inmtkimenth for tub DlSTUICT
or Kona, Oauu.
Oince-Onhu K. R. A L.Co.'a Depot, up-
Way 11, 1K91. 27til-lru
'pilR ADVERTISER IS THE
1 Idadiau: daily paper of the Kingdom
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOB BALK,
The following linen, JUST ARRIVED
Per Bark Fooling Suey
105 DAYS FROM BOSTON!
Fraxer's Axle Grease,
AN ASSORTMENT Of
Second-hand Safes I
CENTENNIAL ROCKING CHAIRS,
Iluckin'a Canned Soups,
Boston Canned Brown Bread,
Carter's Combined Writing and Copying
Carter, Dinsmore Si Cos Blue Black
Ash Plank, Fire Clay
Shooks for Molasses Barrels,
Brewster Phaetons !
CORNING BUGGIES TOP;
Surry Carryalls xtention top;
Cut-under Carryalls; extention top ;
1 6-SEAT CARRYALL!
1 Platform Gear, Victoria;
BAGGAGE EXPRESS WAGONS,
Mule Carts, Hand Carts .
gAll the above to be closed out at
LOWEST POSSIBLE KATES I
n-The Goods are NOW BEING
LANDED from the vessel and will be on
INSPECTION daring the coming week.
Honolulu, May 15, 1891.
C. BREWER k CO., Ltaitfd,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
By order of the Supreme Court, will
On Wednesday, June 10
At 12 o'oloolc Noon.
At the Front Entrance of Aliiolani Hale
VALUABLE LOTS !
BELONGING TO BUCKLE ES
TATE: 1 Txit on Union street, makai of the
Catholic Church premises, recently oc
cupied byF. HigKins, and containing
2721 square leet, being specially aesira-
ble for business site.
9-Twn Ttji &t Pawoa. on Waikiki
road, between residence of Col. Jas. H.
MnxTfi on 1 UnH nf Mr. C. A. BrOWH.
containing about 7-10 Acre each, with
frontage on Waifciki roaa oi aoou ivo
gXT'FoT further particulars, apply to
J. F. BROWN,
2776-td - At Govt. Survey Office.
The Honolulu Soap Works
The undersigned have lust completed
their NEW STEAM SOAP WORKS,
and are prepared to supply the trade a
pure ldiy Soap!
Put up in Boxes of 100 Lbs..
of 42 and oO Bars each.
Wi cuarantee our Soap to be Fl'RB,
and much better than the Imported.
Each Ikjx Is stamped " Honolu
lu isoap Co.," and is
For Sale by all Retailers.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO.,
1 W. MeCUESNEY k SONS,
PERMANENT SITUATION BY A
A young J tpanese.lu a stow or an ottlce;
ii a man of clean, reliable aud utrictly tern,
perate habits; well versed in Kngliab;
WKgea moderate. Addreas K. K., at IhU
otttoe, or ring up Mutual Telephone No,