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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1896.
C. 33. CHASE,
Safe Deposit Building,
406 Fokt St. Telephone 184
Uouso and lot on mauka side of
Young street. 83 feet front by 151 In
depth. House contains Parlor, Din
ing Room, Three Bed Itooms, Kitchen,
etc., Veranda Front, Hack and Side,
Servants' Quarters, Chicken House
Title Perfect. Trice very reasonable.
For terms npply.
This is an excellent home for little
money. Can secure loan for purchaser,
. FOR RENT.
COTTAGE MICE $20.00
Parlor, two Bed Booms,- Dining
Boom, Kitchen, V. W. C, Stable
and Cnrringe House. Servants'
COTTAGE Price $20.00
Parlor, Three Large Bed Booms,
Kitchen, Pantry, Bath, Servants'
Quarters, V. AV. C, Good Yard.
COTTAGE Price $15.00
Two minutes' walk from Cars.
, Four Booms and Stable.
I have several very
desirable pieces of prop
erty in and out of town
that will pay investors to
C. D. CHASE,
Safe Deposit Building,
406 Fort Street.
llackfeld & Co .Page 3
Hopp & Co Page 2
Love's Bakery Page 8
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Hits of Paragraphs that Giro Con.
doused Notes of the Day.
thirst seems to bo chronic.
Yon want to quench it
often. You get satiated
with the same old 'flavors.
Something new is craved.
Wo keep up-to-date
with our list of new
drinks. That's a reason
for the popularity of our
fountain. You are sure
of the stock flavors being
good, and you have new
drinks to try. That's
always a pleasure.
Havb you tried
American thirst quencher.
Hobron Drug Co.
Sugar remnlns at 31,.
Saratoga had u large private party
The S. S. Kinau arrived at about 2:30
The Wnlklkl road was full of "Me
teors" last evening.
'Mail for the coast per S. S, China
will close at 9:30 tonight.
C. B. Hipley will lead the Y. M. C. A.
meeting next Sunday evening.
Mr. .Tones is still in Philadelphia.
Nothing of interest from him.
, H. G. Gares and Miss Nellie Stuard
were married Tuesday evening.
The band will give a concert at the
Hawaiian hotel at 7:30 this evening.
Paul Neumann lias regained his
health and Is now in San Francisco.
Mr. H. M. Wells' elementary class of
the V. M. C. A. started last night, with
The China brought 1SS Chinese and
15 .laps for Honolulu. Of the former
118 are contract men.
(loo Kim vs. It. Win. Holt, writ of
error, was argued in Supreme Court
today and submitted.
Tile new steamer of the I. I. S. N.
Co. will leae San l'Ynncisco about Oct.
20. So writes Cant. Godfrey.
The Hawaiian Eleutric Co.. instead
of the government, is putting in 1 he
new lights at the Insane asylum.
Miss Alice liaake, an arrival by the
Alameda, will take charge of the
dressmaking department at Sachs.
Consul Mills did not 'receive any in
struction by today's mail concerning
the disposition of Miss Kate Field's
The band resumed its enjoyable con
certs on the grounds of the Executive
building at 4 o'cloek Wednesday after
All members and friends of Central
Union church are invited to attend
the- social in the church parlors this.
Capt. White writes that he now
weighs 190 pounds. He and Mrs. White
spend their leisure wheeling around
Those whoniost mourn the death of
Chas. Williams are his mother, father,
a brother here and a sister in San
The ladies of the Central Union
church will resume their regular
monthly socials in the church parlors
The funeral of the late Charles Will
iams vil take place from the family
residence on King street at 4 o'clock
IIopp & Co. advertise to give you liet
ter furniture and a better assortment
to pick from for less money than they
did half a dozen years ago.
F. .1.' Testa was arrested this morn
ing on the charge of assault and bat
tery on Kainekea. Iteleased on his own
recognizance to appear tomorrow.
This is jiext to the last day to buy
tickets at the Golden llule Bazaar for
the St. George social and dance at in
dependence. Park tomorrow evening.
In the matter of C. K. Kapnealii vs.
Nakuio, ejectment, Judge Perry has
signed a decision in favor of plaintiff
for the land claimed and $1 damages.
Portuguese Consul Canavoiiro was
arrested by a patrolman Wednesday
night for riding a wheel without a
light. The diplomat will get m apol
ogy, and the otllcer the "bounce."
Love's bakery wish their customers
to say all the good things they can
about their bread. They will help you
to do it by giving you the best bread
possible to make from the lest flour.
W. S. Luce will sell at public auction
tomorrow morning at the residence of
Mrs. McMillan on School street, Wai
kiki side of the bridge, the entire
household effects, consisting of parlor,
bedroom and dining room and kitchen
furniture. Special attention is called
to the hour 9 o'clock instead of 10
o'clock a. m.
Professor W. T. Brigham, of the
Bishop 'Museum returned this morning
after nn absence of nine months, dur
'ing ;which he" has been around the
world. For- the. past two months he
has ibeen in San Francisco and there
laid liefore C. B. Bishop his plans for
nn aquarium nnd school of biology at
the Kauiehamcha schools. The plans
were approved and will lie cgrrled out
as soon as practicable.
New sailor hats, new shirt waists,
ribbons, corsets, gloves, new line of
wash materials just arrived on the
steamer Australia, for N. S,.SachB. .
KINAU LIST AB1UVED.
Volcano: JO. A. Mott Smith and
wife, Harold Olffard. 1. W. Anderson,
O. N. Cartas'! and wife, It. P. Eakln, Dr.
tiollnrt, C. A. .uitchell, A. Chamberlain,
W. C. Peacock and wife. Way ports:
Mrs. VT. l'lnney, Mrs. L. T. Grant, S.
Decker, .1. C. Scrlbncr, C. .1. McCand
less, L. C. Abies, Mrs. L. T. Smith, C.
A. DIas, T. W. Hemete, Adj. Sinionson,
M. Clilmura, 11. Walt, W. Walt, E. Hut
ton, W. A. Wall, Miss A. B. Clapper
don, Mrs. Akina, L. Aseu, B. F. Schoen,
Geo. F. Benton andwife, F. Somerfeld,
Aon Akina, Capt. Ahlliorn and elghtjv
two deck passengers.
A decision in the ejectment suit of
Thomas It. Mossman vs. The Hawaiian
Government was today tiled by the. Su
preme Courty Demurrer and pleas are
adjudged insulllclent and the ease. Is
remanded to the Circuit Court for fur
DIED IN GEUMANY.
H. Beimensehncidcr, whose death is
announced from Hamburg, Germany,
had many friends here gained by his
acts as a man of sterling qualities. Tlio
demise is none the less regretted bo
cause expected. Deceased had been
ailing for some years. lie had excel
lent prospects In Hawaii, but was com
pelled to leave on account of his
health. The widow here has 'the sin
cere condolence of a large circle of ac
quaintances and friends.
GARES-STHWAUD In this city, Sep
tember 22, 1890, Father Valentine of
ficiating, H. E. Gares and Miss Nellie
lillCMICNSCHNKIDKK In Hamburg,
Germany, Aug. 22nd, 1890, II. Bie
lnensehneider, aged 48.
NAWAHI In San Francisco Sept. 14,
1S90, Joseph Nawahi, a native of Ha
waii, aged .14.
. REMINGTON" BICYCLES.
Most everyone knows of the Reming
ton Arms Co., builders of the Reming
ton bicycles, which have caused con
siderable comment in this market in
the last few weeks. The leading feat
ures of the Remington are the large
tubing and extra long brazing. The
Remington people use the finest ma
terial that experience can produce and
money can purchase. Their racing
wheel the "Pink Racer" is very con
spicuous on the streets and especially
so on the track. Martin won one of
the closest balf mile races of the sea
son and Sylvester tli- fifty mile race
in two hours and fifty-six minutes oh
the "Pink Racer'' at the track Sep
tember IStli. The well known ini'pprt
ing house of H. Hackfeld & Co. are the
This is Professor Berger's xrogram.
for the concert by the Governtr.enr.
band at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30
OvertureTIie Flutist Kling
Finale Stradella Flotow
Selection Faust Gounod
Three Hawaiian Songs and Choruses
"One, Two, Three, Four."
"Wai Aniani.' (By reqbest.'
Selection German Ail's Kappey
Fantasia iuill in the Forest. Eilenberg
Waltz The Source Waldfendel
Polka lied and Illack i Coote
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 10. The
British residents, at the instance of the
British Embassy, have telegraphed to
Lord Salisbury saying that their lives
und property are in danger.
The British army has rejected be
cause of a false tooth 'a man who
sought to enlist. Had the decayed
tooth been left in 'its place, or een
had it been stopped, it would not have
mattered; but the fiict of possessing
one "not grown on the premises" dis
qualified him for the service of the
Queen. A lad was rejected by the naval
surgeon because his toes were slightly
curled, although this did not prevent
his walking or running in any way.
Still, forced marches do not often fall
to the lot of naval otlicers.
Mrs. S. A. Kell, of Pomona, Cal., had
the bad luck to sprain her ankle. "I
tried several liniments," she says,
"but was not cured until I used Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. That remedy
cured me and P take pleasure in rec
ommending it and testifying to its
efficacy." This medicine is also of
great value for rheumatism, lame back
pains in the chest, pleurisy and all
deep-seate and muscular pains. For
sale by all druggists and dealers. Ben
son, 'Smith & Co., agents for the Ha
T. P. Severin has taken the photo
graph gallery opposite Love's bakery
on Nuuanu avenue, where he will enter
Immediately into the work of taking
pictures. Mr. Severin has had years of
experience at this branch and has al
ways met with success In.it.
C. F. Scherinerhorn will will by the
Warriinoo this afternoon for his home
Charles l.udwlg'scn and son returned
by the Alameda this morning from a
visit to the Coast.
It. A. and A. .Ionian, brothers of E.
W. Jordan, arrived by the Warriinoo
this morning from Australia.
Mr. Hall, assistant at Bishop Mus
eum, will leave Jn October 'for a visit
to Ronton and the Smithsonian Insti
tute. Mr. Parsons, 'the cyclist, Is a through
passenger by the Alameda. His
friends will pass through on the Mari
posa. C. M. Helntz, editor of The Burol
Callfornlaii, Los Angeles, arrived by
the Alameda today on a visit to Pro
fessor Koebel, his old friend. -
Professor J. M. Seliaeberle, Charles
Burchhalter, Dr. U. E. Sheuy and L. C.
Master, the Lick party who went to
Japan to observe the recent eclipse,
are on the China returning home.
NO MAIL TO SEATTLE.
The " amaguchi-Maru, willing at u
this afterno for Seattle, will not
take mall, on account of the departure
of the Warriinoo and China today for
The partnership existing between L.
A. Choy and Ah Leong under the firm
name of C. W. Sun Wo, lias this day
been dissolved by mutual consent.
All' debts of whatever description
due the firm of C. W. Sun Wo must bo
paid to L. A. Choy at his office in La-
L. A. CHOY,
Lahaina, September 22, A. D., 1S9C-
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Shareholders in the
ILUIOA PLANTATION COMPANY,
held on September 1st, 1890, for the
purpose of organization and election
of otlicers. the following named per
sons were elected to serve as officers
of the Company for the ensuing year,
W. F. Allen, Esq., President.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, Vice President.
Geo. II. Robertson, Esq., Treasurer.
T. W. Hobron, Esq., Auditor.
. E. F. Bisliop, Secretary.
Hon. W. O. Smith, Hon. G. N. Wilcox-,
Directors nt Large.
E. F. BISHOP, Secretary.
Dated, Honolulu, September 9, 1890.
Building Lot for Sale.
One desirable building lot, situate
on the corner of Keaumoku and Wid
er avenue, 297x150. Water laid ou and
trees planted. Will be sold In whole
or in .lots, as desired.
For terms, etc., apply to
W. W. HARRIS,
Lewers &. Cooke.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1890.
Handsome Household Furniture at Auction
by W. S. Luce, Auctioneer.
Friday, September 25,
AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M ,
I shall sell at the residence of Mrs.
MCMILLAN, School street, west of
Nuuanu avenue, the entire Hand
Handsome Oak Parlor Chairs,
U. w. 51. T. Centre Table, Pictures,
Irish Lace Curtains, Bugs,
Extension Dining Room Table,
English It. W. Book Case, uith tile
facings A Flue Library,
Very Handsome Carved Ouk Bed
Room Suit and Wardrobe, Sofas,
Store, nearly now, Kitchen Utensils,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Please take notice that the Eale will
be at 0 a. m. and that same should be
well attended owing to the excellence of
Plenty of good sea air.
Excellent bathing facilities.
Two minutes walk from Tram cars.
A. limited number accommodated
with room and board,
Which costs most-
A sick household, or n I ox of
Without the Soap there's
always a prospect of sick
ness. Babj's clothes are
luipcrfoctly washed; the bed
clothes, tcwels, etc., nro not
Nothing washes them bo
It sets your tun d at rest.
Sold In V4, Vs and boxes. Each
bar stamped with agent's name.
A whole carload oj
See our Bit SHOW WINDOW
(nil of it. And the PRICE, well
its cheap. See for yourself. . .
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Agents for the
TMLBY MILLS PAPER CO.
CELEBRATION BY SONS OF ST.
GEORGE AND BRITISH SUB
JECTS AND FRIENDS
In Honor of the Fact That Queen
Victoria Has' Been So Privileged
That She Has llelgncd Over the
British Empire Longer Thau Any
of Her Predecessors.
BALL AND SOCIAL,
INDEPENDENCE HALL. KING ST.,
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1096,
Grand llnrch p'O'ni't'yatB p. in.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and Ladles $1,
to be had at all the news stores and the
Golden Rule llazuar.
All cars will run on quarter hour service
after 7 p. m and busses will remain to the last.
Efficient committees have charge of all ar
rangements. Including refreshments.
By order of Committees.
A LOT, 50 IT. BY 100 FT.
On the Installment Plan
and 10 per cent, for cash.
J. IT1. Morgan,
W. G. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker.
September 21st., 1800.
THE Y. M. C. A.
D, HOWARD HITCHCOCK
Reopens his classes in
DRAWING AND PAINTING
at his Studio on Hotel Street.
Class days,. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Private pupils at special rates.
And will continue for two terms of
tuirteen weeks eaoh
Classes will be organized in Book
Keeping, Elementary and Advanced
Shorthand, Typewriting Vocal and In
strumental Muaio, the Hawaiian Lan
guage, Reading, Writing, etc.
. All classes are free to members. To
other a fee of $ 3 will be charged on en
trance For full information read pur pam
phlet, or ring up 437. '
FOR SALE BY
J. T. Waterhouse
Sold the 21 lots afc
Kalihi lately advertised
I have secured a few
lots just off King street
which I can sell on the
Installment Plan, upon
monthly payments of
from $5 to $10. ' '
A. V. GEAR,
TEL. 250. 600 KING. ST.
A large line of
J. J. EGAN
Is exactly what we mean.
There's neither honor or profit
in fooling people. We want
our customers to go around
saying all the good things they
can about our bread.
Delivered freshly baked daily
your homo. A trial order will
Nuuanu Street. Tel. 282.
ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Candy Factory) mm Cake Bakery,
FINE 1HART&CQ.B HOT
IDE CREAM, VNDLUy COFFEE,
CAKES. CANDIES TEA, CHOCOLATE
Our Establishment i'a the Finest Resort in tfcs
City. Call and see us. Open till 11 p. m.
Saturdays and Sundays.
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m'..
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 p, m. and 5:55 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
. ' 1st Class SJdOlaM
t-ean uty f 75
Ewa Plantation w... a-1 00;
Waianae 1 60