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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 14, 1891.
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ZOOAI, AND GENERAI,.
Christmas is close by.
next Saturday even-
rJ-0 ,6tf,ee? storekeepers do not
report dull times.
The Hui Kalaiaina
meeting this evening.
will have a
The Band concert was missed by
everybody last Saturday.
There was a party on board the
bt. (ieorge Saturday afternoon.
A man wants a position as sales
man or accountant in a
& Co. have the
latest ideas about running a soda
,De Hawaiian Temperance league
will meet this evening at the Y. M.
C. A. hall.
It is about time to hear from the
oldest inhabitants regarding the
present cold snap.
The Hawaiian Quintette Club will
furnish the music during the coming
tug of-war contest.
A Native in Quest of Wild Men.
A native employed on Hon. Paul
R. Isenberg's ranch at Waialae was
arrested on Saturday for lassooing a
Chinaman and dragging him quite a
distance. The case will probably
come up this morning in the Police
It seems that the native did not
commit the act with any brutal in
tent, and the cause is supposed to he
as follows: The young man had read
about the wild man who frequents
Hawaii, and being in a mercenary
frame of mind, he commenced to
fignre to himself about how much
Sells Brothers' circus would pay for
a wild man on their return from the
antipodes. Ho evidently settled the
matter to his own satisfaction, and
immediately started in quest of the
freak. Ho waited and watched for
the wild man who wa3 to make his
fortune, as the pets of the police
wait for a cho fa drawing:. Nothini?
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A. worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no Dad enects irom what I ate. I
Prof. Hosmer and Mr. W. A.
Bowen will speak before tie Tem
perance League this evening at Y.
M. C. A. Hall.
George L. Hitman, the well
known local entertainer, has sung a
number of popular songs that can
be heard on the phonograph.
Young Bow has sold her interest
in the firm of Wing Wo Chan & Co.
The remaining partners will carry on
business the same as heretofore.
appeared to gladden his' heart, with j feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James K. Dederick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes : I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
tne exception of the Montrohan. A
happy thought truck him, he would
secure the Chinese and drag him
oyer the rough roads until he made
him wild, and later would paste
feathers on him, thus making a hairy
wild man a freak very much in de
mand by dime museums. He sue
ceeded in making the yellow man
wild to the extent that he caused his
enterprising captcr to be arrester).
The cative has lost his chance to
make a snug sum, and the Chinese
is at liberty to smoko "dope" and
play che fa under the protection of
our never idle police.
J. Alfred Magoon
safo for sale.
has a Diebold
. Fort ami Merchant Streets.
Mr. Antono Rosa surprised
many mends on batnrday by
tincr married. Mrs. Rosa was
CT'Ttiil tor tbe Port is given at
tViniidui'-rht) of Greenwich time, or
f-' si's. r. it. ot Honolulu Observatory
f - -v;he Steam Whistle ol the Ilonolulu
' -" Mi i, a k w doors above the Custom
'-i" The s:i!ne whistle is Bounded cor-
'.; io';'l':!u Mean Noon, Observatory
I 2, or la h. 31 ra. 26 s. of Greenwich
Saturday, Dec. 12.
Caa line, Davies, from Maui.
i ?-'e. mvthe, from MaKaweu.
jl:!a;nunu from Tuna.
Sunday, Dec. 13.
jkahala. Campbell, from Kauai.
ELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
J A Cummins, Xeilson, for Koolau
f "liualu. at 10 a m.
Ooliho for llanapepe.
-i-:ih and Eliza for Koolau.
j VI-.sSELb IN POUT.
..iliit does not include coasters.)
ksu'ola, Kautz, San Francisco,
paries ton, Kemy, Yokohama.
.H. Douglass, Keia, uuiancan.
.'.! -.f T.onv Vint. lilaSffOW.
i.jN Castle, Hubbard, San Fran.
: r.rct Queen, Nelson. San Fran.
u kitat, Cutler, PortTownscnd.
: rhv tt. George, Hilo
. " 11 Diraond, Nelson, San t ran.
T.atUila, Swenson, P'tTowns'd.
Wilder, Griffiths, San ran.
Vistas of Hawaii' is not only
artistic, but it is a mine of valu
able information not to be found
anywhere else. Copies mailed
postage free, on application, to
the Pacific Hardware Co.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
3?- Look at our stock before you pur
chase elsewhere, full lino of i.oveiiies, ex
ceptionally unique and useful. New goods
in every departments at Sachs' tore 101
Fort street. 29 i:J
The Brunswick P.illiard Par
lors are the handsomest in
and King streets
HANDSOME XM AS, NEW
Year's and Birthday Cards at
the 1. X. L., corner of Nuuanu
;:h;n vessels expected.
.J-iMis. Where from. Due.
. u'. Ienberg. . .Liverpool. . .Dec 15
Lottie Carson. Eureka Dec 23
U&to'i Lewers..P't T'wns'ndDec 10
rhi:i San Fran. ...Dec 15
i Uhvard May . . . Boston Feb 29
iisiariposa San Fran. . .Dec 1
Vilarv.',ter S F (Hilo) . .Dec 20
r. llaiiter San Fran. . .uec
i;: Gulden Shore. Noumea Dec 15
j Monowai Colonies Dec 17
ivA 0 North . . S F (Mah). .Dec 10
j; Vvlon San Fran... Dec 25
? ;i l'iscovery San Fran . . Dec 20
Imr.'inl San Fran.. Dec 28
JiU.ariiue S F ( Hilo). .Dec 2G
i -in Francisco .. San Fran. ..Dec 19
i'!ro-iun:. San Fran. ..Dec 21
:ir K K Wood .... Newcastle
erly known as Miss Helen Ladd.
A musicale in honor of Her Ma
jesty will be given by the Kawaia
hao Seminary girls next Friday
evening commencing at 7 o'clock.
Everybody is . complaining about
the cold weather. Blankets are
liable to a rise in cost, as nearly
all require that article at present.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. is
exceeding its last year's holiday
business up to date. Read their new
advertisement this morning on the
The steamer China is due to
morrow from San Francisco. She is
expected to bring news dates from
the 25th of November to the 8th of
the present month.
Christmas falls on Friday this
year. There is a movement on foot
to have the merchants close up on
the Saturday following to allow
their employees an outing. Yhy
Advices from Kealia, Kauai, slate
that the Kealia bridge is completed,
and ready for travel. The thermom
eter at 6 a. m. Saturday was down to
60 the coldest of the season at that
Mr. Seeley Shaw who had his
knee cap broken the other day by
being thrown from a sulky is re
ported as resting easy. He will be
connned to ins bed lor at least tnree
Tli n Arlinrrfnn rlinincr rnom IS
growing more popular every day; N0 tVSSfX
Mr. Krouse will try to get one ot ! . nf hPr interest in the firm of
n: r no fr fr her rn-rrtners.
g Tne Davidson Pup !
- 10' -Simplest ! jj
. Cheapest! fg J-ujffl.
JgfFOR ALL PURPOSES.
Ifae;- x -' j' -j iriiin'''"f'"'"''' ' " ': i-'-u' "irr fa' "'r'' '(''' " r' ' ' v i "' ;tv""i y . i.i f "J-'r-'T t LLjZzjjGi--im-ma3mama&
work, and in
" We h
in every respect
Maxa, Kauai, September 4, 1891.
Davidson Boiler Feci Tump you furnished us two years ago has given us eutiroaUsfaction .&
r. n , . tcrru nTnr,n,-,nA n.n. . srtn Trr kr-it nrr I'umn anti toiler reeu rum aio uumg
LVJ-'lli . V"-f . a
my opinion they have no equal. " m 4. , , - i h- tW w tlrst-clasa
ave hid Fourteen of your Davidson Pumps in use continuously for eighteen Lnths they are first class
Chief Engineer Spreckels Sujar Hennery, Philadelphia, Pa.
wr"rwrt r.f th,Se Pamos rnav be seen in use at the ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS on King Street.
TIhe ordinary sizes kept in stock. G IRWin & CO.,
JOHN DYER, Koom 11, Spreckels Block.
2?- Jewel Caskets and Plush Cases
can be had for less money than any other
place in town at N. S. Sachs' 101 Fort
No better or more acceptable
holiday present to a lady than
a pack of the beautiful Visiting
Cards, such as printed so neatly every
day at the Gazette Office, 46 Merchant st.
I'll meet you at the Bruns
wick Billiard Parlor3 this even-
aKauai, uer stmr Mikahala. Dec 13
'' N Wilcox and V Knudsen, Dr
L'-adv, II A James, H Anahu, D
:c';tr-, C Haynes, J Colville, J
-.J 11 Marmont. J Campbell, the
: Eice, W Kinnev and 51 deck pas-
the stores now occupied by Mr.
Schumann, with the intention of en
larging his present quarters.
Everything is looking well for the
success of the tug-of war tourna
ment. Next Saturday evening will
be the ooeninsr night. Meanwhile,
the various teams will practice hard
every evening in order to give an in
Wing Wo Chan & Co to her co-partners,
Tong Wung Wai, long bing lee, xnm
He Ting, ana teea wai iou, who wm cany
on and continue the business at Ilonolulu,
Oahu, under the same name aua siyie.
Dated Honolulu, December 12, 1891.
WING WG Gil A in iv- tu.,
2915-0t per Tong Wung Wai.
4 Maui, pur tmr Ciaudine, Dec 12
:in an. I .-on, Mrs Davidson. J de
i Fcniandes, Ah You, Chang Chow,
Uvriand. Miss Clara Gregory, J
a.SM k'aaukai, .1 WT Bergstrom.W
u A L Cook and wife. W C Crook,
:iwai;tn, P A Dias, Young Leong, J
I'aul Neumann, J D Tucker
-n-r-t. r A 1k.T
. V A V KM K J MAIN.
J. illl OJA.A
situation as book-keeper, or salesman
in erocerv store. um
be willing to
Mr. C. J. Lyons reported to the
A rvT7T?TTsvrc Inst evenme mat tne
thermometer reached 57
vpsterdav morninor. batnrday tne n. pliflhift reference furnished on ap
to 58 desrees. TCnnnire at this office. 2945-lw
III T"X LU1 V f W w -t 0 A UUVUVlWiii ----j
with an average for the twenty-iour
hours of 64 degrees.
wait on customers in busy time, and post
books during spare moments. Would do
onnvino of anv description, or would taKe
rr; r- - - ; nf hooks to TiOSt.
tha l"""1 mice 7 - - , --
W;'mtinc Consuelo sailed from
-;. Maui, last Thursday with ninety
s'-in'ar for San Francisco.
teamer Mikahala arrived on Sun-
;ruin- from Kauai with 471 Dags
rice, ;0 bags pia and 199
I 't'aiiuTC. It. Bishop brought from
5 -ian.l Waialua on Friday night 300
J;'1'. 113 bags rice bran 1912 bags
l -eaincr Ciaudine brought on Satur
,; M ini 293 ba-s sugar, 73 bags
bajrs potatoes, 27 bags corn, 136
and s 1 packages sundries,
il steamer Mokolii is expected to ar
5 .:; j:u Molokai either this evening or
steamer Ciaudine arrived on Satur
l rmng from Maui a day ahead of
;!iedaU' tirae. The passengers left
4; jyhe Kinau at Maalaea Bay boarded
' KahuUii and were brought to Hono
j;e v,i;i leave again to-morrow after-
i;; schooner Kaulilua, which left on
.villi a load of coal for Wai-
jpenenced very heavy weather in
i.ie-Aaho Channel. During Friday
u' gaff of the mainsail was broken
)wVlartingale carried away. The
't-er Mikahala met-hen on Saturday
fotr llanapepe, and towed her to
w.-a- When t.he tPtntipst was at its
l.tLe captain and crew stood at their
hCa vre,y and thus the vessel
tiy to laud.
The late fire election campaign
nnd nther camnaisns have caused a
onnrfMrv of that amber colored bev
erage called beer. A great number
fnr Larrv Dee's return
in hope that he will bring a couple Pers0ctfte
of breweries witn mm.
Fort street was very lively Satur
day evening,the sidewalks and stores
being thronged with people. The
auction rooms were crowded with
eager buyers of toys and other nick
nacks, and nearly everybody had a
parcel under their arms as they went
SAFE FOR SALE.
SAFE AND LOCK
Co. Safe, as good as new. insiue
measurement: Height, 40 incnes; wiam,
24 inches ; depth, 14 inches ; burglar-
hox : hrst-Class in every
' , . r V.
respect. The great advantages oi a uurg-
lar proof box is well Known io every one
who is at all familiar with safes. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
2944-3t Merchant St.. near Post Office.
Following out our old-established
custom, we have laid in an Elegant
Supply of Christmas Novelties in our
line, which our patrons and the public
in general are invited to inspect.
To enumerate the numerous articles
we have on hand would occupy too
much space in an ordinary newspaper
advertisement, and we shall confine
ourselves to a few leading novelties,
and trust that if there is anything
you want that we have not mentioned
you will call and inquire.
Our Store will be Open Every
Evening during the week from Dec.
12th until Christmas, and we will be
pleased to see you.
We wish to specially direct your
attention to our Elegant Line of
Ladies', Gent's and Boys' Gold and
Silver Watches, all of the famous
"Waltham" make a most appro
priate article for a present. We have
them in all prices and sizes, and we
have made a substantial reduction in
the prices of those goods until the end
of the year. Now is your chance.
In Neck Wear; we have probably
the handsomest assortment of Pat
terns ever imported into the King
domperfect gems. What nicer than
a half-dozen of Exquisite Ties to pre
sent to your gentlemen friends?
And Silk Shirts ! Well, they have
got to be seen to be appreciated.
Silk Umbrellas, 10 ribs, something
extra nice ; Gent.'s Dressing Cases,
complete outfit, in bridle and Russia
leather; Smoking Caps, Travelling
Cap3 and Hats; Ladies' and Gent's
Silk Handkerchiefs, plain, embroid
ered, and hem-stitched perfect beau
ties. A choice assortment of Ladies'
Hand-bags ; IXL Pocket Knives ;
Wade & Butcher's Razors ; John
Gosnell's and Lubin's Perfumes,
triple extracts, in handsome cut-glass
bottles ; Gent's Marine and Opera
We wish to say to our lady friends
that we make a Specialty of Ladies',
Misses' and Boys' Hose, in Silks,
Lisle Thread, Balbriggan and Cotton;
plain, embroidered or laced; in Black,
Blue, Maroon, Old Gold, Pink, Sky
Blue, etc., etc.
Call and see us.
. M. HcLNEMY,
Cov. Fort and Merchant Sts.
For Lease or Sale.
To Prospective Owners Portraits Enlarged !
Lots at Pearl City
On account of Captain Morisseau a De
parture bv the next outgoing steamer, and
to close partnership accounts, Dr. Trous
seau offers for sale
The Hawaiian Ostrich and Egg Farm
Comprising the Freehold of the Froperty,
Furniture, Agricultural Implements,
Windmills, Pumps, Steam Engine,
Etc. Etc., Etc.
2 Pair cf Breeding Ostriches,
35 mora or less Young Ostriches,
From a day to 8 months old;
1 Horse and Drake,
1 Ex ress Wagon,
1 Cart, , ,
A large number of pure bred lirown
Leghorn Fowl. a and others.
3C3r-The Frope ty will be bold as a
wnole, or every thin 4 separately to suit
There are on the Farm over 00 Navel
Orange, Adriatic Fig, and Clive Trees, and
over 10:';0 imported Pineapple Plants o
tbe best sort.
The whole of the Land is laid out for
complete irrigation, the water being sup
plied from an inexhaustable surface well
of very seet water.
Dr. Trousseau assumes all liabilities of
the Ostrich Farm and would like all
account?, if anv, to be sent to him by
Inspection invited. Captain Morisseau
will give every possible information.
XyFor price and other particulars,
Special Inducements j jg".-
TO I USERS!
At the Following Kates:
.. 25 00
. . 35 00
.. 45 00
. . 50 00
. . GO 00
. . 75 00
$12 00 $10 00
10 00 12 50
20 00 15 00
30 00 20 00
40 00 24 00
45 (0 25 00
5 ) 00 35 00
(50 00 40 00
80 00 GO CO
SThese prices include a very hand
some Frame of the latest design. Also,
8x10 $ 50 00
14x17 75 00
1(1x20 109 00
- Chu Gem, the Chinese merchant
charged with attempting to bribe a
honse guard, appeared be
fore Judge Foster Saturday morn
ing for trial. On request of Paul
Neumann, the defendant's counsel,
the case was postponed until next
lOE DILLON WISHES TO INFORM
u his friends and the public generally
that he has commenced Business on his
own account as BARBER, Etc., at No. 8
KING STREET, Honolulu.
ggE-Give Joe a call. 2944-lw
TO HiTCT !
RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO
street, at present occupied by Mr.
J. A. Kennedy, containing double
parlors, 4 bedrooms, dressing and
bath rooms, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid
nnt: serv.mts' rooms, stable and chicken
house in rear of main building. Vacant
on August 14th. R. I, LILLIE,
2822-tf with Theo. H. Davie3 & Co.
ftUustrated Tourists Guide.
Lr. 41 Popular work, "The Tourists
k.,.. Trough thr Hawaiian Isl
meeting with a steady sale
ISI.tinS these islands should be
:!r?!0fn of a CJPV of it. It is a per
5 c5leo information relating to the
l V pn . attractions to be met with
U J?jit3 in wrappers can be had at
i VUdllcation office, 4G - Merchant
i7j 1 at the News Dealers. Price
Jsn . .
X ' vertiser. 50c. ner month.
The late Antono Bodriguez, a
prominent member of the Portu
guese colony, was buried yesterday.
The local Portuguese Benevolent
Society attended the funeral m a
body. A portion of the Hawaiian
band played funeral dirges on the
way to the cemetery.
Last Thursday night a burglar
nntpred a house on Richard street
entered a no gtreet
ooms4 were "entered while the
- - i iino fTonr.m-
nrcucants were asieep. ?
money. Here is another chance for
Next Saturday, at noon, Jas. F.
Mnrcran will sell at auction the prop
Morgan wiH .ntft td0 iand
ertv oi iuu 7
A NEWLY FINSHED COTTAGE
at Palama, near King street, ami
rin tn th tramcars. Apply to C
F Peterson, over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
FROM AND AFTER
this date we will not be
responsible tor any
353g2ifi3SS' froio-ht after same has
been landed. Parties to whom freight is
consigned must be at the landing to receive
WILDER'8 STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu. Sept. 5. 1890. 2836-q
Styles of Architecture :
V.nstlake. Oueen Anne.
Renaissance, Gothic, Italian,
Classic and Norman,
. . ttt 1
la Stone, Brick, iron or wooa
Best Modern Designs in Residences.
Cheap Artistic Cottages a bpecialty.
res-Complete plans and specifications
given; also supeniaeuueutc ui """'"'
Chilton Block, - Upstairs,
Entranc on Fort St. 28G7-q
Nuuanu Avenue, - Honolulu, H-
1st The O. R. & L. Co. agree to carry
purchasers of Pearl City Lots, for a term
lJ?riZ&HmTiim ENLARGED ON PORCELAIN 1
cents per mile first class, and so stated
in the deed.
2d Those who build resiliences before.
January 1, 1892, will be furnished a free
pass fo'r themselves and families until
January 1, IKK.
3JThose who build residences after
January 1, 1S92, and before January 1,
1893, will be entitled to a special rate
for each homestead, of 20 cents second
class and 30 cents first class from Hono
lulu to i earl City and return, or 10 anil
15 cents respectively each vva3r.
4th Those who build residences with
in six months from date of purchase
will receive from the Company, after the
improvements are completed, 20 per
cent rebate from the price paid for each
lot built upon .
5th Those who build residences with
in one year from December 1, 1891, will
receive from the Company, after the im
provements are completed, 10 per cent,
rebate from the price paid for each lot
Cth Those who build residences before
July 1, 1892, will be entitled to receive
from the Company, 40 per cent, discount
from our regular freight rates on building
material, while building.
7th Those who build residences be
fore January 1, 1893, will be entitled to
receive from the Company, 25 per cent,
discount from our regular freight rates
on building material, while building.
8th The Company will transport
builders and workingmen employed by
purchasers of their land for the purpose
named any time before January 1, 1893,
at 10 cents each way from and to Hono
lulu. Workingmen's train leaves Hono
lulu at 0:15 a. r., reaching Pearl City in
time to commence work at 7 o'clock.
Leaves Peninsula of Pearl City at 4:15
p. m., arriving at Honolulu Station at
4 :50 p.-m. "
S5rThose who have purchased Lots
at Pearl City previous to this day can if
they will, avail themselves of the special
inducements designated above as 2d, 3d,
Gth, 7th and 8th, which are in addition
to any inducements ottered at the time
of or previous to the sale .
flC. V. Sturdevant or James F.
?,J organ, will quote prices on any of the
unsold lots at Pearl City.
Oahu Railway & Land Co.,
H. F. DILLINGHAM,
Honolulu, Nov. 14. 1891. 1321 tf
Satisfaction enaranteed. Honolulu
and island orders promptly attended to.
Studio at J. J. Williams' Gallery, 102 Fort
St., or address letters to P. O. Box 390.
5?-Mr. J.J. Williams has secured the
services of Mr. Weaiherwax, an operator
and retoucher who formerly was in the
employ of Marcsau of Sun Francisco. His
work is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
KING S IVHICIIT, l'ri,s.
Have on Hand and For Sale,
Fresh every month from the Coast
the very best quality of
PTay and Gh'ain
Of all kinds, at the very lowest prices I
Delivered promptly to any part
of the city.
GIVE US A TRIAL I
Warehouse, Leleo Mutual Telephone
121 ; Bell Telephone 129.
Office with C. T. Gulick Bell Tele
phone 348 ; Mutual Telephone 139.
Notice of Election.
I xVV 1
i PT.ACE THAT HAS RETAINED
A V, coma mnnncrpmpnt. the i-aniG
liUU J - - C.J
The Best Canned Butter in the World
New Pack JustReceived I
Election of Officers.
r .;tnated on the corner
is eituatea ou y rtQfl nnd is
vnnt, and xiicnaru budoio, .
?he best property offered fin r sale
thia city lor o long time. The X asn
on stable property will also be de
posed ol at the same time.
THE VERY DESIRABLE RES1
dence located on Kinau street near
the corner of Pensacola street, pre
sents occupied by P. F. August Enters.
s? narlors. dining room,
kitchen, three chambers, bathroom, pan
trv veranda rooms and ample closet space.
December 1st. Inquire at
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
97 tf Fort St.. opp. Spreckels'.
A NEW COTTAGE AT PALA
raa, near King street, conpletely
furnished : suitable for two young
men or a small family. Apply to Chas. I .
Peterson, over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
IT A MEETING OF THE CLUB
A- Stables Company, Limited, held on
the 16th day of November, the following
persons were duly elected officers for the
S. F.Graham President
J. D. Holt Vice-President
W. E. Foster Secretary
W. E. Foster Treasurer
J. S. Walker, Jr Auditor
W. E. FOSTER,
" " , 4:..,,
trriMfn. and lhe same employees cuuuuu- 4 .
from its inception, is genera.ly con- 1 Sucrar ComDanv. held this day, the fol
.uu.j , , i I ; r - i , e
lowing persons were auiy eiecteu omcers
for the ensuing year:
Z. S. Spalding President
Ed. D. Tenney Vice-President
G. II. Robertson Treasurer
J. O. Carter Secretary and Auditor
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Waihee Sugar Co.
Ilonolulu, .Nov. 9, 1891. 29i0-lm
sidered trustworthy and reliable.
W. nped savno more: but a always,
fiiiT spirit the natronae of tour-
ists i and others at the liberal rates ot
Per day $
Per week 12 00
With special monthly rates.
.... m in 1
T A MEETING OF TliE WAlUEE MQfllrpT'Pi fmCmPS ATM UUS.
THOS. E. KROUSE, Prop.'
P O. Box 390; Bell Telephone 353.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
! Mr. Chee Kai Hoi will act under a
power ot Attorney to sign the firm name
of Mee Fong Company, during my ab
sence from the Kingdom.
Manager and Treasurer of Mee Fong Co.
Dated Dec. 3, 1891. 2937-2w
Tte Pa Novelty Works
132 Fcrt St., Honolulu.
Cams and TurniDriiiWcod or Ivory
Polishing Shellsor other Ornament-.
FAKCY FRESCO PAINTING.
Repairing and Cleaning of Musical Instru
ments. Guns, Scales and any
Calabashes turned, polished and repaired!
Electrician?, Machinists, Locksmiths
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor and Builder.
Instruments, Models. Etc.,
ruad j to order.
gXGive us a Trial.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in the building trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime,
Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Sittings, old
and new Corrugated Iron, Minton Tiles,
Ouarrv Tiles, assorted sizes and colors:
California and Monterey Sand, Granite
Cnrhinsr and Blocks. Etc.. Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King and bmitn
Sts. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m.
Telenhones Bell 351: Mutual 417. Resi
dence, Mutual 410. P.O. Box 117.
S. FOSTER & CO., Sole Agents, .
26 and 28 California St., San Fbancisco.
0. B. RIPLEY, '
Office Room 5, Spreck'el's Block.
(Mutual Tel. 208).
New Designs Modeen Buildiugs.
Complete Plans and Specifications for
Every Description of Building.
Contracts drawn and careful superin
tendence of construction given when required.
S3" Call and examine plans.
. 2830-3mtf - '
A DETACHED COTTAGE,
consisting of one large, nicely fur
nished room: rent moderate. Ap-
t1 v at Advertiser office. 292i-tt
THE SERV1CE3 OF MISS VAN
ANGLEN (of San Francisco) have
been secured and satisfaction is guaranteed
in every undertaking. The patronage of
the Honolulu public is solicited. Prices