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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY t, IH'.vj.
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Vrrlve Honolulu. .H:3& 11:55 4:55 0:5Ot
rrARL CITY LOCAL.
Arrive Pearl City.
Leave I'earl l ily ,
t Saturdays only.
I Saturdays excepted.
Till.-. Sun ami Mo.m.
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Tue Time Signal for the Port Is given at
12 n. 0 m. 0 9. (mldnUht) ot Green Wlcb time, or
1 n. Mm. il . p. m. it Honolulu ObRervatory
it In Kivi ti by the Steam Whistle of the Ilonoluln
Planing Mill, a few doors above the Custom
llius. The MUSS whittle 1 sounded cor
rectly nt Honolulu Mean Noon. Observatory
Meridian, or lo U. 31m. 2G a. of Ureenwich
M -t eoroloRloal Krciinl,
t THE UOVEUNMENT SCHVKV.
30. OH 30. IX)
30 00 3u. 02
30.09 2i 93
Signal Station Report.
Diamond Head, Feb. 8, 9 r. M.
Weather clear; wind light north
A KHIVA LB.
Monday. Feb. 8.
Am bkt W 11 Dimond, Nelson, 10' days
from San Francisco.
btmr Waialeale, 8my the, from Kanai.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai
Monday. Feb. 8.
Stmr C B Bishop, Le Claire, for Waialua,
Waiaoae and Kahnku.
.stmr Kaala, Hagiond, for Lahaina.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koolau
Stmr Jas Makee, Macauley, for Kapaa.
Stmr Claadine, Davies, for Kahului.
Schr Ka Moi for Paauilo.
Schr Eawailani fur Koolau.
VKSSKI.S E.KAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr W (i Hall, Freeman, for Maui end
Hawaii, at 10 a m.
Stmr Hawaii, ElUbns, for Bakaian and
Honomu, at 5 p in.
Stmr Waialeale, Smvtbe, for Hanamau
lu, Kilauea and llanalei, at 5 p m.
Stmr Mikahala, Chaney, for Kauai, at
5 p m.
VBSSKa. IN FORT.
(This liet dots not include coasters.)
H BUS Pheasant, Blair, Esquimauit.
U S S Pensaeola. Kautz, San Francisco.
Am bgt (Jeo.H. Douglass, Beid, Butaritari.
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, N'wcl. N.S. W.
Am bkt John Smith, S 15 (Jroth, Newcastle.
Gr bk Paul Isenberg, Wolters. Liverpool.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, Dep't'e Bay
Am schr Bthd Zane, Peterson, Newcastle.
Am bkt Mary Winkelman, Niessen.S P.
Am bk Alden Besse. Friis, San Francisco.
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, Newcastle.
Am schr-Alice Cooke, Penhallow.P'g't S d.
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen. San Fran.
Am bktne Amelia. Ward, Puget Sound.
Am schrOceania Vance. Anderson, N.S. W.
Am bkt W H Dimond, Nelson, San Fran.
rOREldN VESSEL EXPECTED.
Vessels. Wbere trom. Due.
Am bk Edward May . . . Boston Feb 29
Am bkt Lurline B P(Hilo)..Dec 26
Am schr J 0 North . SF (Mali).. Dec 30
Am schr K K Wood . . Newcastle. Jan 10
Am tern Eva 8 F( Mali) Jan 25
Mis stmr Morning Star .South Seas. Mar 2i
Haw bk Foohng Suey Boston... June 5
Br yacht Beagle .. Cruise Due
OdtOS 8 Gaelic San Fran. .Feb 11
Am bkt Katie FUckinger.P. Sound Mar 1
Am schr Aloha P Blakely.Mar 1
Am bk Newsboy Newcastle. Mar 15
Nor bk Don Adolpho . . Newcastle Mar 20
Am bkt Uncle John ... .Newcastle.. Mar 31
Am bkt Klikitat P Sound Feb 29
From Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, Feb 8
E K Eaton and 0' on deck.
From San Francisco, per bkt W H Di
mond, Feb. 8 C S Prendergast.
From Paget Sound, per schr Alice
Cooke. Feb. B J H Babcock and F S Ly
man. From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii. Feb. 8
W Hardy and wife, S K Kupihea, V
Kala and 10 on deck.
For Maui, per stair Claudine, Feb 8
Mrs R D Walbridge, C B Wells, Mtss M
Kinney, Mrs Beater, A F Franca and L D
The steamer Mokolii arrived from Molo
kai at 10 o'clock last night. She brought
U'X) bags of sugar. 6 head of calves and
pigs. Reports Very bad weather at Molokai
daring last week.
The bark Alden Besse finishes unloading
sn I PPINU SOI KM,
The bark Paul Isenberg took in sugar
from the steamer Mikahala yesterday.
The barkentinc Amelia is at the 0. R. ft
L. Co's wharf discharging lumber.
The steamer Waialeale brought on Mon
day from Kauai, 1886 bags of sugar. She
will leave again this afternoon.
The steamer Iwalani sails to-morrow for
The tern eeania Vance brought on Sat
urday 646 tons of coal from Newcastle, N.
The American barkentinc W.H. Dimond.
Captain Nelson, arrived on February 8, at
12:45 p.m., about 10 days from San Fran
cisco. She brought a cargo of general mer
chandise and will discharge at the O. S. S.
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
loCAL A1TD 6MSUl
Summer weutlior is sotting in-
A houso containing livo rooms is
for rout. See advert isotnent.
t'hiof Jnstico -IinM ordered t'no dis
tribution of the 1 lstr estate y ester
Tho H awniinn Rnnd will viva h
siring concert this evening at tho
The Anglican Cbnrch Chronicle is
on', for the present month It. is a
very interest iug number.
A pleasant evening ami the lla 1
watian Hand drew a large Dumber t
Emma Square last evening.
A Into Sun rrancisco p.-ijier -.dates
thai the Zealandia will be placed on
the Honolulu route very shortly.
Captain Nelson of the V. II.
Dimond sighted a strange schooner
yesterday morning cruising off this
ia not Btrictly confined to members.
Anyone possessing a wheel is cor
The Y. If. 0. A. will conduct evan
gelistic services at Bethel hall this
evening, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
All are invited.
Miss Susanne Patch, piano and
vocal teacher, has removed to the
residence of Mrs. Chapin, corner of
Hotel ami Richard streets.
In the Supreme Court to day Chief
Justice Judd will hear tho motion
for a new trial in the case of A. J.
Lopez vs. M. Kaiaikawaha.
Judge Dole and Deputy Attorney-
General Creighton left for Kauai J
yesterday, to attend the February j
term of the Supreme Court.
At tho string orchestra concert of
the Hawaiian Band at the Hotel to
night, Prof. H. Berger will introduce
livo now selections.
Yesterday Chief Justice Judd
heard and granted the application of
tho guardian of the Hart minora to
invest some funds in real estate.
Mr. Geo. Lucas, Sr., has been con
lined to his home for several days
with a dropsical complaint. His
condition is considered very serious.
The administration sale of land
belonging to the estate of tho lato
King will take place next Saturday
at the salesroom of Jas. P. Morgan.
Hart & Co. furnished tho banquet
for No. 2 Engine on Saturday even
ing. Jas. Steiner superintended the
affair to the satisfaction of every
body. A large number of people visit the
Advertiser office every day to view
a large and handsome framed litho
graph of the coming World's Fair
The following gentlemen have been
appointed Governors : Hon. W. H.
Rice, for Kauai ; Hon. John Richard
son, for Maui ; Hon. John T. Baker,
Tho Minister of tho Interior will
receive sealed tenders until Friday
noon for printing and binding tho
license forms of tho department for
the next two years.
The master of the bark Velocity
was recently caught at Hongkong
with 11,000 tael boxes of opium on
board his vessel. He was fined $250
and the drug confiscated.
A correspondent of the olden time
states that David L. Gregg was Min
ister of Finance in 1862 under Kame
hameha IV., not under Kamehameha
V., which is probably correct.
Little Alice T. Cooke, daughter of
Mr. C. M. Cooke, reached her fourth
birthday yesterday. The schooner
Alice T. Cooke was gaily decorated
yesterday in honor of the event.
Mr. E. H. Bailey offers a herd of
choice milk cows for sale. Now that
the Liberals are snowed under, busi
ness will probably take a boom, and
this is a good chance for investment.
The Road Board held a meeting
3esterday afternoon to consider the
written applications for the position
of Road Supervisor. S. C. Dwight
has been appointed chairman of the
Late papers state that Bell and
Davis have sold the Beagle at Ta
hiti, and are on their way to Port
i land, Ore. The chances are that the
pair will be landed in San Francisco,
as there are no vessels trading to
Portland from Tahiti.
Four sailors deserted the schooner
Ka Moi yesterday and were taken
before Judge t oster, charged with
deserting contract service. They
stated they did not like the captain,
and preferred jail to shipping with
him. Their desire was gratified.
We are indebted to Pilot Shepherd
and Captain Nelson of the W. H.
Dimond. for San Francisco papers
received by the barkentinc, which
had a quick passage down of only
ten days. This for mid-winter is
first rate sailing. Capt. N. is deter
mined to lower Capt. Drew's record.
A grand concert will be given by
Mrs. Ernestine Gray at the Opera
House on February 27th. The pro
gramme will be under the direction
of Prof. Henri Berger. The Royal
Hawaiian Orchestra and a number of
our leading local musicians will
The Knokoa says that Governor
Doininis the late Prince Consort, left
about $12,000 to the Liliuokalani
Educational Society. To this the
Queen has added 0,000. A house
and land, valued at $3,000 is also to
form part of tho bequest. The soci
ety was started by the Quoon in
1880, and from membership fees and
its other sources of income, supports
Hawaiian girls in various seminarios,
giving '.hem the advantage of educa
tion in these various training schools-
LEGISLATURE OF 1892.
(Arranged nooording to Itt probable poliU
D. w. Pus
J. (J. Hoapill (?)
TIVES. J. Nuwahi
J. N. Kapahu
(. p Kamauoha
L. w. P. Kanealii
J. M. Horner
V. Y. Horner
R. D. Walbridge
W. II. CornweU
H. P. Baldwin
i. N. Wilcox
P. P. Kanoa
L. a. Thurston
J as. . nderson
Alex. Young (?)
J. ll. VVaipuilani
J. K. Joss-pa ('.')
T. A. Akina
W. O. Smith
W C. Wilder
(. S. Nahinu
j. W. Bipikane
C. W. Asniord
8. K. Aid
8. K. Pus
j. .l:. Bush
J. K. Kaunamano
J. s. Walker
E. C. Macfarlaue
(Not elected by
J, A. Cummins
J. N. S. Williams
A. P. Peterson
Tho names of tho foregoing list
are classified according to tho best
information which we have beon able
to obtain. Further knowledge may
of course necessitate some changes.
Several of the Hawaiian placed in
tho Conservative list are doubtful,
but no names are there except of
men who beat the regular Liberal
candidates, and who so far as we can
learn are not in sympathy with the
Bush-Wilcox faction. The interro
gation point after the names of
Young, Hoapili and Iosepa indicates
that their election is not yet certain.
MOONLIGHT CON CURT.
String Orchestra at the Hotel
Under direction of Prof. H. Berger,
the Hawaiian Military Band's String
Orchestra will give a public moon
light concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Several
now pieces will be introduced. Fol
lowing i3 tho programme:
1. March "Up and down the
Lamp" (new) Unrath
2. Overture "The Knight of Bre
'!. Fantasia " Christmas Bells "
4. Waltz 44 Danube Waves"
Hooheno. Pua Alani. Nu 'a o
5. Second March Medley Bach
t!. Minuet "Original " Bocherini
7. Waltz " The Rose Queen "
S. Two Marches (new)
f a. "Prince Bismarck," Seudrowsky
l. "Count Caprivi " Nehl
Tho number of ballots rejected at
the late election has not been footed
up as yet ; the following is but a
partial list, and refers to representa
tive ballots only : First District,
First Precinct, 18 rejected ; Second
District, Second Precinct, 15 re
jected ; Third District, Second Pre
cinct, 11 rejected ; Fourth District,
First Precinct, 28 rejected.
A Chinese hackman, charged with
violating the carriage laws, was dis
charged yesterday in the Police
Court. The Chinaman had secured
his horse and steppod in a house on
a business matter. A fresh policeman
came along a short while after and
arrested the driver. When his honor
heard tho facts, ho immediately dis
missed the man.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
I'll meet you at the Bruns
wick Billiard Parlors this even
The Brunswick Billiard Par
lors are the handsomest in
a A FIVE - ROOM HOUSE IN
thorough repair, and stable, to
let, on lieretania street, between
Piikoi and Keaumoku streets; lot 100s
90; rent $18 per month.
Applv to Mrs. W. H. Smith, 110 King
MISS SUSANNE PATCH,
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Has removed to Mrs. Chapin's, (Haale
lea Premises), corner of Hotel
and Richard Sts.
Refers by permission to her patronB in
Cottage to Let.
CONTAINING 4 ROOMS,
kitchen, pantry, Lath Louse, etc.,
on Printers' Lane, oil' Punchbowl
street. Possession to be given March 4.
lS'.tL'. Applv to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
2991-tf near Post Office.
An ()eu letter
To BVIBYONI in TBI Hawaiian
sLABTDfl : it is a well known fact
that Ball's Btori is situated on
the corner of Fort and King Streets
Honolulu. It has been there ever
since tho year 1S."2, 80 that this
central corner bSS long been known
as Ball's Corxir.
You want to know what is kept
in this corner store' We can't
begin to tell you, for if we printed
the entire list we would crowd out
our friends "Nemo," ''Justice."
"Taxpayer." Citizen." and others,
so they would not have a chance
to say their little say, ami that
would hardly be fair these exciting
times. But wo will condense what
wo mean to say into so many lines
and leave you to fill out the par
ticulars. Well, A stands for Alco
hol wc sell it for mechanical pur
poses, and have a good article.
Anvils, Asphaltntn in bbls., Augers,
Awls, Axes, Axle Grease, and
Anchors not much alike, but then
they all begin with A, and they have
their ditl'erent uses. Bags, paper,
to 12 lbs., and Benzine. The
bags won't hold benzine, but we
will give you a container that will.
Baskets' Blueing and Blacking, all
uselul at homo ; baskets, because
you must have something to carry
your things in when you go on a
picnic, and besides everyone needs
a new soiled or clean clothes basket
some time. James French Ball
Blue needs no other introduction
to the house wife. Blacking Day
& Martin's and Mason's shoe, and
Miller's Harness. Bolts machine,
carriage, tire, door, etc. Borax ;
Brass, sheet and rod ; Braces.
Brooms, Brushes, Buckets, Buckles,
Butts, and so on through
the B's and C's and D's till wc
would fill the whole six pages of
the paper you are reading, and you
would be used up trying to carry
in your head what wo keep in
stock, when all you have to do is
to drop in any time and ask us
what wc don't keep, and we can
tell you in a few moments. Wc
will call your special attention
to two lines that wc carry, and then
wc will call it quits for this trip.
The first is the ELECTRICAL LINE.
This has been growing with us, so
that now wo have had to move
everything and everybody con
nected with it to new quarters just
across King street, noxt to the
Hamilton House. Wo can wire
your house for Electric Bells or
Lights, or wo can furnish your
house or mill with a complete plant,
all set up and working, for lights
or power. You can have our
figures at any time on a job, no
matter how small or how largo.
We cany the stock, have the work
men ami can do the work promptly-.
Wo have just finished installing
plants at Ewa Mill, Kahuku Mill
and Kamehameha Schools (the lat
ter has not only the dynamo, but
complete storage battery system as
well), and we are all now hard at
work on the plant which wo are
furnishing and setting up at Kahu
lui. If this lino interests you, drop
in at the Electrical department and
see what wo have and see tho
little motor running tho lathe ami
charging portable storage batteries.
No one will bo on the sidewalk to
push you in, and no one after you
get in will insinuate that you ought
to buy anything; but you can spend
a few moments looking at every
thing we have, from the running
motors and dynamos down to tho
different sizo electric lamps and
fancy shades, and the good we will
get from your visit will bo that at
some distant day, when you find
you need a bell or lights put in your
house, you will know just who to
come to to get it done.
The other lino we were going to
mention is Ship Chandlery, but it's
no use, we can't do it in this letter;
time, space and a growing appetite
prevent, but in the meantime re
member we have first class goods,
plenty of them and more on the
way, and no one is in a position to
quote you lower prices.
Till next time, wo remain
E. O. Hall & Son,
Corner Fort and King streets,
Honolulu, H. L
OMK MALICIOI S PERSONS HAY
O ing circulated a rumor that we are
going out of business, we take pleasure in
announcing to the public in general and to
the trade in particular, that it is our in
tention to carry on our business in the
future to the full extent as it has been
heretofore during the last 2i years. And
from the success we have made in our
business we feel assured that we will
stay another 25 years. To be convinced
please call and examine our Stock and you
will find in our line the largest and bet
assorted in the Hawaiian Islands.
2987 1413-lm HYMAN BROS.
Cottage to Let.
FIVE BOOMS: BATH; CHICKEN
boose and large yard. $lf per
month. MRS. BATCHELLOR.
2!i7-iw 188 Nagano street.
A SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS
near Emma Square. Applv at Adyer
tiser Office. 298S-3t
INURING MB. LAM CHUNG WAS
absence from the Kingdom, Mr. Laa
Chock Fai will act as Manager of the linn,
and is authorized to ign our firm name.
WING CHONG LUNG 00.
Honolulu. 1'eb. 2. 1892. 2986-6t
For Coughs & Colds.
John P. June .. Edom.Tex. ,writes
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pairs in the Chest
tad Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting SUCh a medicine
German Syrup is the be t.
B.W. Baldwin, C .nic-viBc.Tenn.,
writes: I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
aud colds. 1 recommend it to every
one fur these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, of
Charleston, Ell., writes: After trying
scores of (rescript ions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves,
without relief for a very severe cold,
Which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup, It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
nent cure. (D
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Election of officers
THE ANNUAL MEETING ok
the Ewa Plantation Hamninv in. hi
this day, the following officers wereeJecn d
for the coining year:
0. M. ('coke President
J. I!. Castle Vice President
EC. D.Tenney Secretary
J. 15. Atherton .Treasurer
J - H. Paty Auditor
The above-named officers also constitute
the Board of Directors.
EC. D. TENNEY,
Secretary ECsra Plantation Co.
Honolulu, Jaii. 80. W92, 2935-1 ni
rpiliC UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
L appointed Assignee of the Bankrupt
estate of Anton Borba f Walluku, re
quests all persons having claims against
said estate to present their claims within
bix months from date or they will be for
ever barred, and all persons owing said
estate are hereby requested to make im
mediate payment to Mr. H. Gorman, at
Wailuku, or to the undersigned at the
Office of M. S. lirinbaum A Co., Honolulu.
C. BOLTE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Jan. 25, 1892. 2982-6 1
Lost or Strayed.
ON K BLACK HOLSTEIN
Bull; white under belly ; brand
ed T. Also, one white and ve -
low heifer; branded!'. flsjFive dollars
reward for information of whereabouts of
same, and ten dollars for returning them
to CHAS. W. BOOTH ,
Japanese Employment Office.
NO. 123 NXXTT.A.'N'TJ STREET
(Opposite Commercial Saloon),
pOOKS, WAITERS, YARDMEN,
Sailor-:, and Laborers of all kinds, Etc.
Give us a call ! YOTARO & CO.
Bell Telephone 543. 2i);0-lm
TO LET !
TWO-STORY COTTAGE, 1
rocms upstairs ; detached kitchen.
Situate on King street near Liliha
street. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Near Post Office.
PRAY HAVING RESUMED
practice of Massage, would be
lad to see old friends, and new, at 150
Port St.. Chinese Church yard. 2939-3m
A HOUSE TO RENT ON RO
bello Lane, Palama. The House
contains a good sized parlor, three
large bed rooms, dining room, kitchen, ser
vants' room and bath room. Enquire of
M. S. Pereira, corner Nuuanu ami Hotel
streets, or to M. G. Correa at Pearl City.
Mutual telephone 714. 295 1 -4 w
a ONE LOT BIT U AT E ON Ml L
ler street near Beretania street.
Frontage about 40 feet, depth about
NE LOT ON LILIHA STREET. 7
ft. front, 100 ft. depth. Apply to
J. A L r B K 1 ) MAGOON.
297iS-tf Near Post Office.
The EDISON MIMEOGRAPH? It is
not a talking machine, yet it can talk
on paper. There is no electricity about
it but it will reduplicate letters, music,
programmes, drawings, etc., with light
ning rapidity. It i simple, compact,
cieanly and cheap. Nothing to get out
of order as in some machines. You
can take 3000 copies of your own hand
writing, or, if a type writer is used, 1500
duplicates, each as good as the original.
Every busy man should have one.
The circular letter which you send out
from your offi e will look like a ersonal
one and the recipient will read it. All
users on these islands endorse it.
How much do they cost? That de
pends on the size. A small machine
15, ami $-'2 will buy a mimeograph
0x12 inches, suitable for general Work.
They are fitted out completely, with
paper and ink ready for operating.
T. W. HOBRON, Agent,
at the New Drug Store.
52 Inch Bieydc, Nearly New, $601
Apply ai Advertl er Office.
GOLDEN ill BAZAAR
(Lati-: A. L. EUim'S SroKK.)
The Fine Stock (f Fans
IS BEING CLOSED ou r AT
LESS THAN THEIR
.lust Received by Mail,
Patent Eyeglass Solders
The neat -st ami most comfortable thing
ever invented for those who are com
pelled always to wear Eyeglasses.
CALL AND SEE THEM !
Don't Fail to .loin
The Domestic Sewing Machine Club
If you want a Machine without feeling
the purchase in a lump sum
$1 per Week !
W. P. REYNOLDS,
The Best Canned Butter in the World
New Pack Just Received !.
Mackerel, Tongues and Sounds,
nnd HAI.MON BKIjLIKS,
S. FOSTER & CO., Sole Agents,
26 and 28 California St., San Fkancisco,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
CALIFORNIA ST .
" ' ai..
THE VERYBESTAND CrlEAPf ST
BREWER &: CO., AGENTS.
TWO CHOICE BUILDING LOTS
eMP situated on Young St. between Pii
koi and Keaumoko Sts., having a
frontage of 50 feet each and a depth of
about 100 feet each. These Lots adjoin
each other and will be sold either separate
or together. Terms moderate. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
2948-tf Next to Post Office.
PIANO TUNING !
W. H. BENSON.
Leave orders on slate at Room 13,
Arlington Hotel, Hotel St. 2900-lm
IP ROM AM) AFTER THIS DATE
' Mr. C. J. McCarthv will collect all mv
bills. H. G. McGREW. M. D.
Honolulu. Dee. 31. 191. 2U5iMni
For Lease or Sale.
M RESIDENCE ON LI NALILO
street, at present occupied by Mr.
J . A. Kennedy, containing double
parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing and
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ami
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid
out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
house in rear of main building. Vacant
on August 14th. It. I. LILL1K.
2822-U with Theo. H. Davies & Co.
TDK VERY DK-IRAULK RES1-
.litti. .' i,,, (T, ,1 11. k livm ctroot M.'ir
i ; v 1
tne corner oi l ensaeola street, pre
sently occupied by P. F. August BhwfS.
House contains, parlors, dining room,
kit hen, three chambers, bathroom, pan
try, veranda rooms aud ample closet space.
Possession given December 1st. Inquire at
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO..
2Si7 tf Fort St.. opp, Spreekels'.
San Francisco Cottage,
86 BERETANIA ST.
VF.ATLY FURNISHED ROOMS KN
suite or single. Beretania street cars
pass the door.
2952-lin" MBS. T. II. PATTERSON.
On aOOOQBl f Captain MotiaatStt'l df
pnrturc by the next Outgoing ItHaej. nnd
to eJote partnership aeoounta, Dr. Trowa
men oflto - ior isle
I'll1 Hawaiian Ostrich anil Egg Farm
Comprising the Freehold ; the Property.
Furniture. Agricultural Implements,
Windmills. Pumpi, Steam Kiigiur,
Ktc. Etc., Ha,
2 Pair of Breeding Ostriches,
36 more or less Young Ostriches,
From a day to 8 month; old;
1 Hor e aid Priikc,
l Etxprssi Wagon,
A hirg number of pure bred BfOWS
Leghorn Fowl and other.
sMrThe Property will be mid a
Whole, or everything separately to suit
There are on the Farm OTOf 2KJ Navel
Orange, Adriatic Fig, and Olive Tree, ami
over 1001) imported Pineapple Planta of
the best sort.
The whole of the Lnnd is laid out for
Complete irrigation, the water being Mip
phed from an iucxhamdahlc nirfacc well
of very sweet water.
Dr. Troiihseau assumes all liabilities of
the Ostrich Farm ami would like nil
account, If any, to be sent to him by
Inspection invited. Captain Morisseiiu
will give every possible information.
For price and other particulars,
Steam Soap Works,
T. W. RAWLINS, - - Proprietor.
7 ANTED KNOWN ALL OVER
tne Islands that Taos, W. Raw
umi, the only Practical Boap BoOer in
all of the Hawaiian islands, from and
alter January 1, 1892, bafl REDUCED
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00 per 100
lbs. in Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed f ir empty con
tainers returned in good order.
If vour aeon! does not. keen mv
brand of Soap, order direct from me.
Send Postal Card or letter for amount of
Soap required and I will till your order
with promptness and dispatch.
T. W. RAWLINS,
2967 1409-ly Leleo, llonololn.
Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu, H. I.
A PLACE THAT HAS RETAINED
the same management, the same
guests, and the same employees continu
ously, from its inception, i eiiierally con
sidered trustworthy and reliable.
We need say no more; but as always,
respectfully solicit the nat ronajre of tour
ists and others at the litK-ral rates of
Per day $ 2 00
Per week 12 00
With special monthly rates.
THOS. E. KROU8B, Pkop.
P. O. Box 3'JO; Reli Telephone 353.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor and Builder.
ESTIMATES GIVKS ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in the buiidinc trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime.
Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, old
and new Corrugated Iron, MlntOU Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors;
California and Monterey Sand, Granite
Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King and Smith
Sts. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m.. 1 to 4 r.M.
Telephones Bell 351; Mutual 417. Resi
dence, Mutual 410. P.O. Box 117.
(Formerly the Grand Hotel)
Cor. Second and Market Sts., San Francisco.
This Fine Hotel, centrally located for
business purposes, having been thor
oughly renovated and newly furnished
throughout, offers social conveniences
to intending visitor from the Hawaiian
3flFA complete system oi electric
bells. Direct communication with Hoff
Rooms from $1 per Day upwards.
' chas. t. G Flick.
For the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to LaUjr
Agent to Grant Marriage Licences Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Island of Pill A
Scott's Freight and Pan-els Kxpress.
Agent for the Burlington Route.
Real Estate Broker & General Agent.
Bell Tel. 34; Mut. Tel. 139; P.O. Box 415.
OFFICE: No. :W MERCHANT St..
Roxoluui, Oam V, H. I.
Good Offices To Let
THE GOLDEN RP1.K
" zaar, late A. L. Smith's store, at mod
erate rents. For particulars apply to tin
proprietor, W. F. Reynolds. 2A"l-3w