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-UiiiiiK PACIFIC!' COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 1, 1891.
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Tuesday. Jane 30.
. ,. romtibell. for
'igHouJiette. for San ran
. . ,r;,iiiH for San Fran-
r.rrxin. McCulloch, for ban
- . . U ii.ilei.
llHtM for Koolau.
v.,: for i'jaiui".
-nop, LeClaire.for Pui.aiuu
I i)J-"v- . ,. I, .; .. I ni
.., far t'llIKi.
-aia . c.... f-r k'rwi'an
j.-ind Hawaii, per stmr W G
..jlir naiumonu, aiiss jlis
r I. U Baldwin, lion W 11
flGTreadway, C Uedemann, H
r, Vons;irrat, wife and child,
jj.JKNahale, H Lose, and 38
i.bncijco, per bk Albert, June
lDlfcell. wile and 6 children.
; Hunter. J Miyilf.r, A Macbeth,
Gschussler and wile, and Man-
ii Francisco, per btne w G
e 30- Mis.se.-i N Tregloan, r
.iftiiaian and brewer and Mas-
;-..jii.pertnir .Mokolu, June 30
EiiEe aud Jennie liates.K Kane
.1 j. per smir launine, j line ou
;dund daughter, J A Cummins
kt, Major Seward. Miss A
j Sheldon, Miss Merbenr, D
" J!j Ireadwav, Mr Forster, Mrs
f Wilder, Hon H P baldvvin.Mrs
a,MnM Kaha, Miss L Rose, J
ai, perstmr Mikahala, June 30
i S C Armstrong, Mis es Ariu
, -1 Hisses Knudaen (2), Rev A N
i Konradt, Mrs J McQueen, J Con
wadnn, M Lehman. Mr lilan
; !:'e,h Morrison, wife and son,
f .inane, Dr J K. Smith, Mr Atkin-
'aaarews, D McLean. 1) Kaw.
f J A a Ueghorn, W K Castle,
iibuosalves, M J Perreira, Mi
Anihon, wile and
.ifeaiid 2 children, Mrs O H
U DW0Sns' Mls3 Uoodall, Miss
R, w lather Leonore, Miss E
N.illSsH ECnshmnn l ro W I
wis.i th ers nn,t a-ifo r w
I Brown, Miss 1
; pbeli,M,,s S Rycroft.Mrs
"V'lil'l. Charlie Smith,
II 1 k ickerson, J G Wai-
W .ss,.Brouk8' Miss J B
ti!tvSai!Sd for San Fncisco
?A P.unas. valued at
i:2;5 llackfeid & Co.
--SShU8H'aud the balance
b ton 2Sl5rriv?d Tuesday
itan , a,ld Hawaii, bringine
1 hide 5s awa'8 b?Ss coffee,
p sundnS. ead cattle and
llinp Mr r, ,
franri ; -n sai'ei June
P Poui3n ith 9,623 bae,
f ' -gar valued at $27,-
I 270 hunX"3 arriea on
130 h'::,3 from
rWai,?' la?r..wd 1,700
nerlih na l0kuleia.
Lsue;lrd300 bunches ban-
iT1- u ,iovoag3 nee and 1,800
Lost, a gold shoe-clasp.
A foot-power lathe is wanted.
Sale of furniture at the Arlington
to-day at 10 a. m.
General S. C. Armstrong went to
Kauai by the steamer Mikahala Tues
day. All the outgoing steamers yester
day carried large numbers of pas
sengers. Court Diary. Wednesday, July 1,
Kaheana vs. Nalimu; Guardianship
Members of Honolulu Engine Co.
No. 1 will meet this evening for the
election of officers.
A bay mare has strayed from the
Woodlawn Dairy. A reward is of
fered for her return.
If yon want to lay in a stock of
beer, wine, champagne, etc., attend
Mr. L. J. Levey's Bale Friday noon.
All who are interested in the 4th,
and can sing, are requested to meet
at Harmony Hall Thursday (to-morrow),
at 7:30 p.m.
Mr. Jack Lucas received the con
tract for shoeing Government mules
for six months from to-day, at $1.50
per head per month.
Mr. Robert W. Wilcox, of revolu
tionary fame, left by the Australia
Tuesday. It is rumored that he has
gone to meet Mrs. Wilcox.
A concert will be given at Wai
uku Friday night by Professors
Schmidt and Ordway. They will re
sume their teaching on their return
Bids for furnishing supplies for
the Insane Asylum were .opened at
the Interior Department Tuesday.
The awards were given to various
business houses of town.
The indications are that there will
be another crowded house to-night
o hear Iolanthe. It should be well
patronized, as it is solely a local
affair. The dresses and other outfits,
with the exception of the wigs, were
purchased and made here.
A new boat club has been organ
ized. It was started last month, and
is under the patronage of Prince
Kuhio. The club is known as the
Kaiulani Boat Club. It will hold its
monthly meeting this evening at
Honuakaha at 7:30 o'clock.
A large number of passengers
went to Maui by the Claudine Tues
day, some to be present at the races
on tbe Fourth; others wishing to go
will find an excellent arrangement in
going Friday by the .Hall and re
turning Sunday by the Claudine.
A barefooted burglar entered
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.'s Sunday
night by a window in the rear of the
establishment. A window light had
been broken, allowing the thief to
reach in and open the window.
Nothing was taken but about $15
from several of the desks, while
many other desks were opened and
papers, etc., strewn over the floor.
The fellow is a bold " un " to. under
take these robberies right under the
A large gathering assembled on
the wharf to see the Australia
off. Many friends of the Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn came to shake hands and
say good bye. The Royal Band was
in attendance as usual and played a
selection of Scotch airs, with the
various national airs as the ship
swung off. As the steamer left her
moorings, the Oahu College "yell "
was given as a parting to teachers
leaving. The ship carried away a
large crowd of passengers, many of
A very serious accident hap
pened to a Chinaman yesterday
afternoon. He was riding on a tram
car, standing on the front platform
just at the back of the driver; on
reaching the corner of the Pauoa
lane just makai of the Nuuanu
bridge, he stepped off the car and
fell with one lesr in front of the
wheel, which passed over it and com
pletely crushed it, making a bad
flash wound - on the shinbone. A
hack was telephoned for and the man
taken straight to the hospital. The
driver of the car had only yesterday
been acquitted on a charge of reck
Brain workers and all who have to
stand the severe mental strain' conse
ouenton intellectual employment, find
Clements' Tonic invaluable. Hol-
listeb & Co. are the Acents for the
Ft r Y-a Plain f r - uue
H? !he aftenrinB"?nran, which
S Ifoia noi June 29th.
CokT1 order of
VJer r: . " uue novel.
I f. C.T (T'.P Gruabaun & Co
CUrios 24i t 27 cases old
ki.2.5i(vl bxes fruits. 399
i" m t.' em m ' aim
-r-J egs. Donies-
A lOrBw.-i ' Hawaiian i ..I
K ''O i, Cfiy Of W .7 ai
Yesterday a change was made in
the officers of the old firm of C
Brewer & Co., Mr. P. C. Jones hav
ing tendered his resignation as Pres
ident and Manager. Mr. Joseph O.
Carter was chosen to fill the same
position Mr. George M. Robertson
taking the Treasurer's duties and Mr.
. Jb axon Bishop those of Secretary.
All these gentlemen have been con
nected with this firm for twelve or
nfteen years, and possess the full
confidence not only of the stockhold
ers of the company but also of the
business community of this city and
kingdom. Mr. Jones having decided
to withdraw from active business, in
tends to return to his old home in
Boston, and will probably remain
there till he learns from
that there is no nlar libo TTonra;;
and no balmy airs that can compare
with ours, when he will be rfad to
A G?L1L SHOE-CLASP. RETURN TO
icvciiu icwaru, oi-ii
FROM WOODLAWN DAIRY,
June 27th, one Bay Mare, brand
W. D. on neck and two Z Z's on
A suitable reward will hp ciupn
for his return. 2801-lw
mo PURCHASE ONE FOOT-POWER
- screw cutting Lathe, for wood and met
al. Send full particulars. Address:
2804-4t Lathe. Naalehu. Kau. Hawaii.
Honolulu Engine Go. No. I.
MEETING OF THE ABOVE COM-
Danv will he held t. its hnll nn WTTFI.
NESDAY EVENING. Julv 1st. af 7:30
o'clock. Election of officers.
2803-2t Secretary pro tera.
Strayed or Stolea !
FROM THE YARD OF T.
Sorenson, Nuuanu Valley, (on
June 13th) one bay Mare (no
brand) and one sorrel Horse
with three white feet and white face, brand
ed on neck. I herewith offer $10 reward
for the return of the above horses, or
information whereby thev can be recover
ed. THOS. feORENHON.
Honolulu, June 27, 1891. 28 2-3t
Pioneer Buildins k Loan' Association.
THIRD SERIES STOCK IN THIS As
sociation will be issued July 6th, 1891.
Those desiring to subscribe for same should
apply immediately to
THKO. r . LANSING,
2803-6 1 Secretary.
A -QUARTERLY DIVIDEND WILL
h naif! tn th atrmlrhnlrlora nf Wi'lrfar'a
June 30, 1891.
at their office on Tuesday,
Honolulu. June 27, 1891. 2802-2t
BE RECEIVED AT THE OF
of the Superintendent of Oahu
Kan way k Land Co., until lz o'clock noon
on WEDNESDAY, July 1, 1891, for the
exclusive privilege of refreshment stands at
Remond Grove and on the Peninsula
(Pearl Harbor), on July 4, 1891. The right
. j . . , 1 1
is reserveu 10 reject any anu an uiu. .
W. G. ASHLEY,
2801-4t Superintendent O. R & L. Co.
itRAFT NO. 1044, DRAWN BY M. W.
' McChesney & Sons on Bishop & Co.,
dated December 2, 1890, in favor of Tom
Yow, for $65.75, has been lost. All per
sons are cautioned against negotiating for
same, as payment has been stopped.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS.
June 22, 1891. . 2797-tf
THOSE PREMISES TO LET,
at Nupaepae, adjoining the resi
dence of Bishop Willis, Nuuanu
street, Honolulu, including House Lot,
House, and Taro Patches, formerly the
property of Peter Mellish.
SyFor terms, apply of
T. R. MOSSMAN,
2799-2w Nuilii Plantation, Hawaii
A LL WHO MUST BE
in the 4th. there i3 a request that those
who sine will meetln HARMONY HALL
THURSDAY, July 2d. at 7:30 p. m., for a
SHORT KEHKAKbAL, so tnat tnere will
be a large and effective Chorus for that day.
Z8(H-2t PER UKUttK UUaiMHTliifi.
Election of Officers.
T A SPECIAL MEETING OF O.
Brewer & Company, L'd., held this
av. the following persons were elected as
cers for the remainder of the current
oseph O. Carter... Pres. and Manager
teorcR H. Rnhertsnn. Treasurer
Ev Faxon Bishop Secretary
- '. E. F. BISHOP,
Sec'y C. Brewer & Company.
Honolulu, June 30, 189L 2804-lra.
mHE DEPUTY TAX ASSESSOR AND
J- Collector for the District of Ewa and
Waianae will be at the Ewa Court House
from Julv 1 to 24, 1891, and at the Court
House at "Waianae from Julv 27 to August
1, 1891, for the purpose of assessing and
collection of taxes.
All those who own property in the Dis
tict and are at present living out of the
said District will please return their blanks
not later than J uiy oist, or no appeal wiu
De allowed. o. nyuamw, .
Denutv Tax Assessor and CollectorforBis
trict of Ewa and Waianae. 2801-lm
STILL THEY COMB !
Another Regan Vapor Engine Ship
ped to Olowalu Plantation.
All those in want of Motive Power
should have one. You don't have to
wait for wind to pump your water, but
can get it instantly at little cost. Read
our advertisement and then go and see
one work at the City Mabket, Nuuanu
St. Mr. Tinker takes pleasure in show
ing it to all intending purchasers.
2799-3t . Agent for Hawaiian Is.
Instruction in Music.
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was enronic 1 had a fullness
after eating and a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I wo'tfd try to belch and
could not. IwdS working then for
Thomas McHenry, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin rnd Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
been for seven vears. Finallv T nserl
August Flower, and after using just
one oottie lor two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat thines I dared not tone h
before. I would like to refer von tn
Mr. McHenrv. for whom I worked.
who knows all about my condition.
and irom whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with mvwife and famil v
at 39 James St., Allegheny City, Pa.
signed, John D. Cox.
G. G. GREEN Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A-
MISS SUSANNE- R.
3Tm Slbwrtisciiunts. ;
July 4, 1891
Independence of the
United States of
GRAND OPENING BAIL
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 3rd,
AT THE ARMORY.
A National Salute of 44 Guns one for
each State in the Union will be
fired from the Shore
Battery at Sunrise,
LITERARY EXERCISES AT
MUSIC HALL, JULY 4th,
10:30 A.M. '
President of the Day : : Prof F. W. Hosmer
Music ...Royal Hawaiian Band
Invocation Rev. Chas. M. Hyde
Iational Song " America"
Theo. Richards (leader) and Chorus.
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence.... Lieut. Com. J. C. Morong
Patriotic .ong... Rally Round the Flag"
W. H. Hoogs and Chorus.
Oration Prof. M. M, Scott
Brief Address ...His Ex. Jonn L. Stevens
Music Royal Hawaiian Band
Star Spangled Banner."
, NATIONAL SALUTE
Bv the Shore Battery at 12 M.
At the U. S. Legation by His Excel
lency Joan L. Stevens, 3 to 5 :30 P. M.
Of 13 Guns one for each of the orig
inal States of the Union will be fired
from the Shore Battery at Sunset.
Per order of Committee.
Executive J. H. Soper, J. W. Winter,
J. A. Gilman, Hamilton Johnson, F. M.
Hatch, G. Wilder, M. N. Sanders, J. W.
Pratt, A. V. Gear, Fred. McChesney, H.
J. Gallagher, Dr. Nichols.
Literaby John L. Stevens, H. W.
Severance, Prof. Theo. Richards.
Finance W. F. Allen, J as. G. Spencer,
F. M. Hatch; E. Teney, M. N. Sanders.
Balit-G. K. Wilder, John Winter, J. A.
Gilman, E. F. Bishop, J. W. Pratt, W. H.
Hoogs, Dr. A. E. Nichols.
Salutes Major H. F. Hebbard.
; 2803-4t '
resume the teach'ng of vocal and in
strumental music after Sept. 1st. iieiers
Yva nArmiotiinn tn- her natrons in Honolulu.
ryAddrej8 Kawaiahao 8eminary. No
tice o2 place of residence will be given on
mnn -rTTo-l7iTTr r A T T Vt nTTfJW KCiT
I 1 1 nrill ho nnpn tn the
public on Saturday, June 27th, from 9 a.m.
1 1 nn tUo fnllnwinf wppk at the
tu x jr. m. iuv .v ...-0 - -
same hours on Tuesday, Thursday, and
o. anA frnm 9 tn fi V. M. OH Wpd-
nesdavand Friday. After this the Mu
seum will be closed until the arrangement
' WM. T. BRIGHAM.
' "2801-lw Curator.
THOSE VERY DESIRABLE
premises situate on Punchbowl Hill,
in Knot nf residence of J. F. Hack-
n -Cc, tko hnnu is inst finished, con-
tains parlor, dining room, four bed rooms,
kitchen, Pantry, store room, bath room
..j IiJo.f.. 0W fittwl with stationary
washstands. There are also stables and
carriage house The premises commands
one of the finest views of the harbor and
Diamond Head to be naa on i tne nui.
ADDlvto J. A. MAGOUK,
2796-tf - Adjoining Post Office.
tr No Stam! No Fire! No Boiler! No Danger! 3
REGA.N YAPOR E
The above cut is an excellent illustration of our Horizontal Engines which we manufacture in sizes from h to 20
Horse Power, and are adapted for Pumping, Electric Lighting, Running Elevators, Harvesting and Thrashing Machines,
Printing Presses, Boot and Shoe Machinery, Circular, Band and Jig Saws, Hoisting, Mill and Mining Machinery, Oonee
Mills and Roasters, Polishing and Panning Machines, Ventilating Apparatus, Emery Wheels, etc.; in fact everywhere power
is needed . .
The Regan Vapor Engines having more than realized, the anticipations of purchasers, we have now the
pleasure to submit Local References. - -
Mb. Joseph Tinkbb: ' . Honolulu, June 1. 1891. f
Deab Sib I purchased from you one of your 2 Horse-Power - Horizontal Reg us Vapor Engines, and after four montns
trial it has worked in every way most satisfactorily. The Engine making 230 Revolutions and running a Rotary rump witn a Deit
making 180 Revolutions without anv effort. It is "delivering the water with great force 45 feet above, at the rate of 3j gallons per
minute, or 1,800 gallons per hour. It is run by the yard man, and he finds no trouble whatever in running it. It is doing every
thing thatwas claimed for it, and I should consider it a very Handy, Safe and Simple Engine for anyone to run who is not an
engineer, and therefore- recommend these engines to anyone. I remain, TOUjjeCp rqbINSON
0CT" Illustrated Catalogues can be had and the Engine can be seen running in full operation at the City Meat
Mabket, Nuuanu street. .
JOS. TINKER, Sole As;ent
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Hurrah to He 4th July !
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Auction and Commission House
Cor.-Nuuanu and King Sts.
JUST LANDED, ex Zealandia, a fresh
and good assortment of
Fire Crackers, Large and Small Tor
pedos, Colored Fire and Whistle Bombs,
Roman Candles, Sky Rockets, Blue
Lights, Flower Pots, Bengolas, Pin
Wheels, HAND ILLUMINATIONS, (a
very desirable article for street parade,
burning 20 minutes); Dragon Wheels,
Single and double Triangle wheels, Sax
on Wheels. Colored Rosettes, Colored
Vertical Wheels, Colored Star Mines,
Volcanoes, Colored Floral Bombshells,
Variegated Fountains, Batteries, Toy
Pistols, Balloons, Etc.
American Muslin and Bunting Flags
ASSORTED CASES 00 CONTAINING
24 Colored Roman Candles 1 Star
24 " " " .......... .2 "
24 " " 3
22 ' 4
12 " ...'. 6
12 Sky Rockets 1 oz
12 " 41 2
12 Pkgs. Colored Fire-Bombs.
12 Sticks Punk.
i 8 VSices for $io.
ASSORTED CASE NO. 1 CONTAINING
36 Colored Roman Candles.. ...1 Star
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IMPORTERS ANE DEALERS IN-
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE NAPA SODA WATEK
A. Eull Eine of Spectacles
HOLLISTER & CO., 109 Eort" Street.
Ernestine Gray - Lessee & Manager
Thos. Gray - - Stace Manager
H. Bebger - - - - - . Leader
24 Sky Rockets
12 Whistle Bombs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Flower Pots.
72 Blue Lights.
12 Colored Bengal Lights.
vz StlCRS r unK. ...
336 Pieces for $20.
iKCy Extra Colored Roman Candles,
6 to 12 star.
Extra Colored Sky Rockets,
lib. to 4 lb.
jpIsland orders promptly attended
lo. These Goods are of the best quality
and were personally selected by
S. W. LEDERER,
Proprietor of the I X L Auction and
Commission House, corner Nuuanu
and King streets. ,2790 1379-3t
4rtli of July
ILT, AMERICANS WISHING TO
ix subscribe for the Celebration of the
coming 4th July, can find Subscription
Lists at Messrs.
Castle & Cooke .King street
E?an & Gunn King street
M. N. Saunders King street
Pacific Hardware Co Fort street
W. F. Allen Kaahumanu street
W. F. ALLEN, .
Chairman Finance Committee.
A NEWLY FINISHED COT
tage at Palama, near King street,
and close to the tramcars. Apply
to C. F. Peterson, over Bishop & Co.'s
Wednesday, t)UDe 1st.
Under the Patronage of H. V'. QUEEN
Grrand Success 1
Crowded Houses 1
The Peer and the Peri,
One of Gilbert & Sullivan's Charming
Operas will be prodaced by the
Honolulu Juvenile Opera Company
ASSISTED BY THE
Royal Hawaiian Orchestra I
Grand Fairy Ballet !
Premieres JDanseuses :
Misses Helen Smith, Annie Clark, Hessie
$3.00 per Case.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Fort St, opp. Spreckela' Block.
KEROSENE OIL !
Wednesday and Saturday,
JULY 1st AND 4th.
Prices as Usual. Curtain at Eight.
EX S. S. AUSTRALIA,
AND TO ARRIVE PER
Ceylon, and Forest Queen, from San
Francisco, and bark John D .
Brewer, from Boston,
JsA, Following Prices :
1000 Case Lots at. ...... .$2 10 per Case
500 Case Lots at .$2 20 per Case
250 Case Lots at $2 30 per Case
100 Case Lots at .$2 40 per Case
Less than 100 Case Lots at $2 50 per Case.
1000 and 500 Case Lots 30 days time, all
We will deliver lots of not less than 10
or more than 100 Cases.
(Signed) CASTLE & COOKE,
C. BREWER & CO.
v- - 2799-1 w
SyBox Plan open at J.J.Williams'
Photo Gallery, Hotel St. 2802-tf
FOR RENT !
FURNISHED HOUSE OF SIX
rooms and two bath rooms, on Ala
nai street. Apply at the Enterprise
Mill.. . 2802 -6t
TO LET 1
THE ARLINGTON HOTEL
Premises in Brewer's Hotel-st.
Block. Recently renovated and
in good repair. Dining room.
kitchen and store rooms on ground floor.
Parlors, sleeping apartments and baths
up-stairs. Possession given July 1st.
!SyFor further particulars and terms
of lease, apply to
5, BREWER & CO., L'd.,
2794-2w Queen Street.