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O. 3D. CHASE,
Safe Deposit Building,
406 Fort St. Telephone 184
House and lot on mtiuka side o
Young street. 83 feet front by 151 hi
depth. House contains Parlor, Dln
ing Itooni, Three Bed Kooms, Kitchen,
ttc., Veranda Front, Back and Side,
Servants' Quarters, Chicken IIousc,
Titlo Perfect. Price very reasonable,
F-r terms apply.
This is nn excellent home for little
money. Can secure loan for purchaser.
Very desirable house near residence
of Mr. Hackfeld. Magnificent view.
Eight rooms, patent V. C, ten-foot
veranda, stable, etc. Itent $25.00 per
COTTAGE PRICE $20.00
Parlor, two Bed Rooms, Dining
Room, Kitchen, P. W. C, Stable
and Carriage House. Servants'
COTTAGE . Price $20.00
Parlor, Three Large Bed Rooms,
Kitchen, Pantry, Bath, Servants'
Quarters, P. W. C, Good Yard.
COTTAGE Price $15.00
Two minutes' walk from Cars.
Four Rooms and Stable.
I have several very
desirable pieces of prop
erty in and out of town
that will pay investors to
Q. D. CHASE,
Safe Deposit Building,
40G Fort Street.
v (Prize ail written by Honolulu lady)
What Suncho Panza says of the
" 'Goilbless the man that inven
ted the WAVERLEY BELLE,'
so says Snncho Fan.a and so say
all its lady riders."
This WAVERLEY BELLE
will convince all riders that the
above is the true version of that
world famous quotation.
It is a perfect wheel Peifect
in its workmanship, and unex
celled for its grace and ease of
WAVE! LEY BELLE.
T. W. HOI1RON.
King Street, over
TAKEN TO hnforo leav
few days ago, purchased a quantity
of Head-Ease. Ho had found the
conihination as prepared by us ex
cellent for headaches. Head-Easo
will relieve any headache. It takes
only a fow minutes to bring case to
the aching head. It is a perfectly
safe rented'. Don't bo afraid to use
it yourself or recommend it- to
friends. Sont by mail, prepaid, on
receipt o 2 cts. Go'by the Tittle
book in the box. Brepared only by
HOBRON DRUG CO.
Appointment of h. K. Med row. Page 8
Wilder Steamship Co Pago 8
ltorse and Carriages Page 8
Love's Bakery Vngc 2
Hawaiian Hardware Co Pago 4
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
lilts of Paragraphs that Give Con
densed Notes of the Ray.
Ole Olson, military opera house, 8
o'clock this evening.
Knpele, native, is held at the sta
tion for investigation.
Two Chinese were arrested this
morning for playing clie fa.
I.an Mee, arrested yesterday for lar
eeny, will plead on the 15th.
Frank Hewitt, patrolman, will leave
tomorrow for a vacation on Hawaii.
L. K. McCJrew is empowered to ad
minister oaths for customs purposes,
The. Hoitghtailing case has gone
over in the Police Court to the 21st
V. R. Castle and F. R. MeStoeker
will go to Hilo by the Kinau tomor
row. Rlshop Willis will leave tomorrow
morning for a pastoral visit to Ka
waiahae. Professor dim Price, the balloonist,
circus man and gay and festhe sport
Neither the Hoard of Health nor
Commissioners of Education met Wed
Alius Clara Parrish, the W. C. T. U.
lecturer and writer, sailed by the
Doric for the Orient.
Akiiiia was fiiu'd $4.") in Police
Court this morning for operating a
game of Iittssian war.
Pattengill and Miller, the "around
the world" Cleveland cyclists, left by
the Doric for Japan.
I. F. Carreiro was found not guilty
in Police Court yesterday of threat
ening and discharged.
Stockholders of the Wilder Steam
ship Company will Ik- paid a rpiarter
ly dividend tomorrow.
There will be a concert by the band
at Thomas Square at 7:11(1 this even
ing. Program elsewhere.
1 p. m. Steamer Monmouthshire off
Koko Head. She is from Portland,
hut brings no 'coast news.
The annua meeting of the Hawaiian
Star Association, Ltd., has been post
poned until December 18th.
Tack McVeigh will go up by the
Kinau to see the ball game at Kahului
returning Sunday morning.
You make no mistake when you ask
for Love's graham bread delivered
fresh tit your home every day.
Merger's band gave it very enjoyable
concert on the grounds of the Execu
tive Iluilding Wednesday afternoon.
(iotanda .finzu is under arrest
charged with smuggling silks to the
value of $(((). Defendant is a Japan
ese. W. C. Peacock advertises a double
seated carriage, a phaeton and a good
roadster suitable for a lady to drive.
A Chinese girl for truancy and the.
father for not enforcing her attend
ance at school, were "arrested this
Detecthe Wagner was arrested this
morning on the charge of assaulting
Ah Pan, ii Chinaman. He is out on
lose do Fnigii is on trial this after
noon on the charge of assault and bat
tery. Another count against him is
Second Mate Harvey of the ship
Troop, the man who did the shooting
Tuesday night, will be paid oir here
Two Chinese boys arrested Wed
nesday night for truancy were repri
manded by Judge De la Vergne. this
morning and discharged.
Twelve members of the champion
Star Rase Rail Club will sail by the
Kinau tomorrow morning to meet the
picked Maui team at Kahului. .
Charles II. Eldridge received news
by the Doric of the death of his sis
ter, Mrs. William R, Cobb, which occurred-i'u
Alameda on the 29tth tilt.
A large number of friends were at
the Doric Wednesday afternoon to bid
farewell to the MeCormlcks and the
Rothchilds, who sailed for the Orient.
J. C. Davis, principal of the govern
ment .school at Hanalei, is lying dang
erously ill. Dr. Wolters of Liliue and
Dr. llrown of Kealia are attending
A. n effort will be made by the H. A.
A. C. foot ball team to secure a place
in the Y. M. C. A. for meeting pur
poses. No other place is so well suit
ed to the purpose.
All the sailors arrested Tuesday
nig)it in connection with the shooting
affair on fjio Troop are in the station,
where they will be kept until the vea
sibris ready to sail. ' " r
THE HAWAIIAN STAR, OCTOBER .8, 1896.
' ' 4.
It Is an accepted rule that the vis
Itlng club In a base ball match, being
considered at a natural disadvantage,
Is allowed the choice of the umpire
behind the bat. The Star, however,
will not Insist upon this.
It Is the duty of everyp rlvatc fam
ily, public Institution, and keeper of
public house to have 11 suitable deodor
izer, which will Insure a pure and
wholesome atmotphere. Reatl the Ha
waiian Hardware Co's ad about the
The Young Lady an Honored iGuest
in a Scotch Village.
Princes Kaiulani of Hawaii Is the
onlv chlhl of the late Princess Like-
like, a neicc of the late King Kala
kaua and of the ..iieeu Llliuokalaul,
anil lias only just completed her
twentieth year. She left her home In
18811, and 'has since spent most of her
time In the llrltish Isles. Her educa
tion was chiefly carried on under t In
direction of Miss Sharp, at (treat Ilar
rowden Hall, Northamptonshire. She
is a clever and accomplished young
lady, paints well, and possesses strong
musical tastes, and thoroughly enjoys
all outdoor amusements, besides
eveincing a great fondness for horses
and dogs. She Is in the meantime
keeping herself entirely aloof from
In the spring of l&on the Princess
visited the United States and was
most favorably Impressed with all
-she saw there. She stayed some time
In Washington, Itostou and New York,
being very well and cordially received
by tlie American people.
She lived last winter in the south
of France with her father, Mr. Cleg
horn, and after a month's visit to
Paris, she went to reside in Jersey.
Visits are now being made to friends
in Scotland, and she is at present the
guest of our townsman, Railie Darsie
nnd his wife. Aril Titnua Marama of
Late Wednesday a native drayman
named Kehona, living on upper Kinau
street aliove the Mormon church,
stabbed himself in the left side with
a pocket knife. He is not badly hurt
and will soon be all right again. Des
pondency is supposed to have caused
the rash deed. The man had been
drinking quite heavily. 4
E. S. Kubey, the Hotel street je
eler, was taken quite ill about 1 o'clocjf
Wednesday afternoon and had to be
taken to his home, where he, has since
been lying in a very bad condition. He
had been slightly ailing for several
day,, but would not surrender to the
encroachment of malaria 1111011 his
system, which caused the final col
lapse. OFF FOR MAUL
These Stars will go toMaui tomorrow
to engage in the inter island base ball
contest on Saturday: L. Hart, D.
McNichol, S. P. Woods, J. O. Carter,
Jr., Rabbitt. D. Ross, C. Willis, T.
Pryee, P. Lishman, C. Conradt, W.
Wilder and II. Wilder.
ANTONE ROSA, SR.
Death Last Evening of an Aged Cit
izen of Long Residence.
Antone Rosa. Sr., father of Judge A;
Rosa, died tit his home, Kalihi-waena
about 8 o'clock Wednesday evening oS
heart failure, -aged 71. The funeral
took place from the residence at 2
o ciock inis niiernoon, anil tlie re
remains were interred in the Catholic
cemetery at Kalihi.
Mr. Rosa was a native of Portugal,
though lie had'lived in Hawaii forty-'
six years, no leaves Jive sons, as fol
lows: Antone, Jr., Manuel, Joseph,
Levi and fieorge. All live 011 Oahu.
Deceased had been ailing for about ten
days. When Judge. Rosa left his
father Wednesday afternoon to go to
the Kohnla term, death to the aged
man was a question of merely a few
hours. The parting was quite, touch
ing, the Judge being all of a favorite.
Have you seen the New Electric
Kroeger Piano. Don't fall to do so
T. W. Rergstrom, repairing and tun-lug-
L. K. McGREW is hereby empowered
to administer oaths for Ctlstoms pur
poses. F. R. McSTOCKER,
Deputy Collector General of Customs,
POSTAL SAVINGS RANK NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that from and
after January 1, 1897, the rate of in
terest allowed on Postal Savings
Rank accounts will bo four and one
half (4) per cent per annum.
JOS. M. OAT,
A quarterly dividend will be paid to
the stockholders of the Wilder Steam
ship Company on Friday, October Otli.
C. L. WIGHT,
Honolulu, October 8th, 1800.
One double seated family carriage.
One lorge black horse, sound mid
gejitle, good roadster and fit for a
lady to drive.
W. C. PEACOCK.
' MEETING NOTICE.
At n meeting held by the Chin Sank
Well Co, 011 the 5th Inst C. M. To I was
appointed manager and he alone is
authorized to tdgn for tlie company.
CHIN SANK WELL CO.
Honolulu, Oetolier 7, 1890.
Two small cottages, centrally locat
ed, each containing two rooms, with
bath and electric lights, furnished
suitable for bachelor's quarters. Apply
JOHN S. McGREW,
From the Hawnllan Hotel, a gentle
man's Columbia Rieycle, Model 10, No.
24,587. Had 011 it a brake, bell and
cyclometer. A suitable reward will
be paid for its return to tlie hotel
S. S. Co.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Headquarters, First Company of
Honolulu, October 2, 1890.
In accordance with special orders
No. 17, from tlie office of the Adjutant
General every member of this com
mand is hereby ordered to report at
Company Headquarters, Judiciary
Ruilding, on FRIDAY, OCTORER 9th
at 7:30 p. m. for the ELECTION OF
COMPANY OFFICERS, as follows:
one captain, one first lieutenant, and
one second lieutenant.
FRANK S. DODGE,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of tlie Shareholders in the
HAMOA PLANTATION COMPANY,
held on September 1st, 1890, for the
purpose of organization and election
of officers, the following named per
sons were elected to serve as officers
of the Company for the ensuing year,
W. F. Allen, Esq., President.
Hon. II. P. Baldwin, Vice President.
Geo. II. Robertson, Esq., Treasurer.
T. W. Hobron, Esq., Auditor.
E. F. Bishop, Secretary.
Hon. W. O. Smith, Hon. G. N. Wil
cox, Directors nt Large.
E. F. BISHOP, Secretary.
Dated, Honolulu, September 9, 1890.
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 che firm of C. W. Sun Wo must be
paid to L. A'. Choy at his office in La
L. A. cnoY,
Lahalna, September 22, A. D., 1890.
Building Lot for Sale.
One desirable building lot, situate
on the corner of Keaumoku and Wild
er avenue, 297x150. Water laid on 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.
GRAND FALL OPENING
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday.
Fine Millinery Exhibit
Recently selected by me.
Imported Hats, Bonnets, Toques
and all the very Latest Novelties.
Persian and Dresden Organdie
Ladies' Campaign 16 to 1 Sailor
SpecUl order none others in the city.
A whole carload ot
EVERYONE IS INVITED.
MISS A. CAHILL,
ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Candy Factory, ss? Cake Bakery,
FINE CHART&CO HOT
ICE CREAM, L y COFFEE,
CAKES, CANDIES fIEA, CHOCOLATE
Our Establishment Is the Finest Resort in the
City. Cttllandssous. Open till 11 p. m.
Sec our BIG SHOW WINDOW
full of it. And the PRICE, well
its cheap. See for yourself, . .
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Agents for the
TRILBY MILLS I'Al'EK CO.
J. J. EGAN
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
LADIES 5 -HOOK EXTRA LONG
With two extra side stays, anil steel
protector. In every respect a good, soliil
serviceble corset. Reguhir value $1.
50 CENTS A PAIR
This is a bargain you enn't afford to
miss. We also have the SONNETTE ai
$1, $1.50, $2.25, $2.75, $3,
3.50 and 4.
A large line of JIEItMSDOItF BLACK
HOSE at astonishhiK prices.
J. J. EGAN
A LOT, 50 FT. BY 100 FT.
On the Installment Plan
and 10 per cent, for cash.
J. 33s. Morgan,
W. C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker.
September 21st., 1890.
THE QUEEN HOTEL
C. BUSCHJOST, - - - - Manager
Just opened. Large and Airy Rooms.
All opening on a Spacious Veranda.
Rooms, $lt.50 to $3 per Week.'
YUMP1N YIMINY !
A COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
Will be Tendered
i hursday Night, Oct. 8
company :b -DRAMATIC CO,
The Inimitable Actor
Takes the Title' Role.
Ii II II II II
. i. mm i
Tli is Week
Of every description, in
Silk, Satin, Merino, t'ashmcro,
Lawns, Prints, Crepe,
r Etc., Etc., Etc.
II II II II II
Sold the 21 lots at
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. 256. 009 KING ST.
Tickets, $1, 75c and 50c. On enio ai
Hobron's Drug Store.
The undersigned beg to announco
that on and after
I NIGHT, OCTOBER 1ST,
Anheuser. Busch Beer
Will lie served on Draught at the
We quote from a letter of Anhuser
Busch Brewing Association, dated Sept.
8th, the following:
Your honorable llrm having represented us
fo bo many j ears, we believe It is useless to
call your attention to tlie merits of our article,
but we should like to repeat apain and call
your attention to the fact that ours is the
only pure barley malt beer manu.
factured, and coin rereullno and other
adulterants, as well as acids, for the preserva
tion of beer, are unknown In our establish
ment. "With the above you may go before the
public and publish the same.
ANHKUsJEK BUSCH BKEWING ASSO.
This beer received the highest awards
at tho World's Columbian Exposition.
No enconiuui of ouib can add to its
deservedly high reputation. Its intro
duction in any and every market estab
lishes it as the favorite. It is without a
peer ! without a rival ! and oven with
out a competitor I
To bring it within the reach of all it
will bo sold at the prevailing r rice of
13c per glass. Let everyone get the
best for the least money.
McFARLANE & CO.; ltd.
Saturdays and Sundays. .
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hono-
lulu at 3:11 p. in. and 5:55 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class SdUlasa
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation l 00 75
Waianae..-. 1 CO 1 25 .
TO HIGH PRICES
Wo have nut loose from thp old
jnusty trade regulations. We're
not in tho combine to keep
prices way up. Drop in and be )
surprised and delighted at the. :
low prices on our Groceries. .
COMPLETE AK80HTMUNT. j u
, Cor Chaplain Lane and Kort St.
Telephone 801. P. O. Box 481. .