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DAILY PACIFIC COMMEUCIAL. ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 23. 1892.
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Ifonowai . . .
VICKI V A L8.
TaranMY., Dec. 22.
Am lik run Discovery. McNeill, ISM tUvya
from San Pram isco.
(jtr bk Bylgia. P oeger,
?S dan from
tmr waialeale, Smytbe, from Hams
rna. btinr IVle, IVt'THm, fr.nn Hauamauhi.
DSJP R rVRKS.
ur bk .1 c Qlade, Herckten, for san
Stmr James Itakee, Haglund. for Kaon.
Stmr Pole, Poter-on , f r 1 1 inamaulu.
VKSSKLS I.KAVINO TO-DAY.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui and Ha
waii at 1? p m.
Schr Liholiho, Berry, for Laysan Island.
VKSSKLS IN HIKT.
(Thia list docs not Include OOMtaro.)
U S Cruiser Boston. Wiltse, Hilo.
11 B M S Daphne, MaeArthnr, San Fran.
Oer bk J ('Olade, Heroken, Liverpool.
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert, Winding, San Francisco.
Haw bk B I' liitbet, Morrison. Depart Bay
Am bkt Amelia. Ward. Fort Town-end.
Am bkt S N Castle, Hubbard, San Fran.
Am schr Transit, San Francisco.
Am bk Coloina, No3-e:s, Astoria, Or.
Am bkt Discovery, McNeill. Ban Fran.
Oer bk Bylgia, Ploeger, Hongkong.
VKlslil.i RXtKCTI ;
Uer bk H Hackfeld
. .Liverpool. . . . Deo 10
Haw schr Liliu Micronesia. ...Mar SJ
Mis bkt Horning Si.tr. Micronesia May 23
Br bk Tacora Liverpool. Jan 25-31
Bk Amy Turner Boston May 20
Am schr Anna 8 F(Kab) Nov 30
Schr RObt Lowers Fort Gtaroblo Dec 1".
Am iikt Planter ..Port Gamble . .Dec 30
Am bkt Irmgard .Newcastle.NSW .Dec 31
Haw brgtDouglas . ...SanFran ..Dec 27
Am bkt W H Dtmond San Fr an Dec 20
AmbkSC Allen San I ran Dec 'M
Am bk Sonoma ... San Fran.. Jan 10
Am brgt Oonsuelo SanFran, Jan 8
Per stmr Fe'e .'!s70 bags sugar,
stmr Walaleale 3137 bags sugar.
A writer in the Scientific American thus
speaks of the wonderful fecundity of the
banana: It ih sale to say that in .Ja
maica alone, whence we derive nearly
one-third of our banana supply, the waste
amounts up into the hundreds of thous
ands of bunches each year, though less
than one-tenth of the available banana
land is yet under cultivation . Bunches
that are undersized, or that contain a
certain proportion of undeveloped '"lin
gers," are rigorously cast out by the buy
ers, and at many of the ports these may
be had for the asking or at a purely nom
inal price. The writer has often Been
such, and bunches that were too far ad
vaneed in the ripening process to stand
shipping, left on the wharf after a ves
sel's departure, with no one anxious to
claim them, the supply of rejected fruit
being so far in excess of the needs ol the
immediate community, nearly all of
whom were themselves banana produc
ers. Yet, as Von Humbol.lt has esti
mated, thirty three pounds of wheat and
ninety-nine pounds of potatoes require
the same space of ground as will produce
-1,000 pounds of bananas, and three good
sized bananas contain a- mo 1) nutri
ment as a fourteen-oum-e loaf of bread,
so great is the ability of this "tree of
paradise (musa parauiaiaca) to extract
the greatest amount f vitalising mate
rial from ground and sun and rain. It
Ins well been said that thia wh le tropi
cal region is "the land where that rare
old alchemist the Bun, packs earth s
most delicate and frag ant essences in
most attractive shapes " And of the
banana another author has written;
" They really save more laborthan steam,
giving the greatest amount of food from
a giv n piece of g'onnd with the least
It is satisfactory to learn tha
the Iantana plant, which is consid
ered by most farmers to be a very
obnoxious weed, is of some use to
cultivators. The cane-growers on
t i t. .1 .1 -
Wi r irnnrn and Kienmouu ue
tZ to then, It is no, diAW
inn to. and where it grows it
iroe nnt pvorythmg else, neither
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grass nor weeu ui uuj nun, u"6
a chance to grow with it. The
Lismore correspondent of the Syd
ney Mail writes that there is now
quite a rush to obtain lantana cov
ered land for the purpose of cane
nlfintinfr. and a few farmers are
hold enough to assert that
mnnv vears have passed land own-
S - -
ora wiH Dlant Iantana to restore
the fertility of cane land and to .
r . xi. 0Vdl from troublesome
x - .
weeds. Ex. I
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Morgan will hold another bj
N. 8. Sachs will give away t
hit? loll thia evening at hi- Bl re
A - Bald Headed
title of Fiehel'a ill
nst rated COl-
Special Christmas servicea will
- v' in all the
Lookout fur a Chriotmoi
t rated story and rhymes
1 morrow's ADVERTISER.
Torkey raffles, will be held to-day
and to-morrow at the Sun Fran
cioco Fruit Market, on King street.
The Claadine will he due to
niorrow from windward ports, one
day ahead of her regular schedule
The Metropolitan Meal Company
will have, besides some fat turkeys,
a good supply of prime beef f;r
During the receiver's Bale of the
stock of C. E. William-' furniture
store, furniture will he gold at bed
The world-renowned Singer Sew
ing .Machines have arrived, and
can he had of B. Bergersen, the
agent, Bethel street.
Contribute something, no matter
how small the amount, to the
Christmas purse for "Charlie," the
looftaut at I diamond Head.
Euristmas presents for the lepers
Iolokai can be left either at
Waterhouse's Queen street store or
at the office of the Board of Health.
Jas. P. Morgan will hold another
holiday sale this evening by gen
eral request. All holiday goods in
the store must he sold at any price.
Judge Foster has committed
Patrick D. McDonald of Hawaii, to
the Insane Asylum. A Japanese
woman was also committed yester
day. The Hoard of Health advertises
for tenders for supplies for the
Leper Settlement. Pids will he
received until next Wednesday at
December 21st was the shortest
day of the year. Yesterday, the
22d, was the anniversary of the
landing of the Pilgrims in New
The production of Manager Crow
ley's new Hawaiian drama, which
was to take place to-morrow even
ing at the Opera House, litis been
The Wing Wo Chan Co. lias
imported a large lot of tiles for
lloors, etc., besides a shipment of
Chinese and Japanese ware suit
able for holiday gifts.
The case of the Kohala Sugar
Co. vs. the Trustees of the Kstate
ol James oods was continued
yesterday in the Supreme Court
before Chief Justice Judd.
The Committee on Commerce re
ported in the House yesterday that
about 24,650 pounds of oleomarga
rine had been imported into this
country during the present year.
The Kawaiahao Church Jubilee
will be continued on Sunday by
the Sunday school scholars of the
church. An interesting programme
is being prepared, which will in
clude a number of Christmas
To-morrow at 1
P. v. and on
Monday at 9 a
matches for turkeys will be held
j at the Range of the Hawaiian Rifle
Association. The full particulars
j appear in an advertisement in this
There has been a report around i
town that the steamer Waimanalo
has been seized by the Custom !
House authorities on account of
the opium which was found on her
on Wednesday. There is no truth !
in the report as the drug was nart
of the cargo and therefore the own
ers are not responsible.
Custom House Guards A. dark
and C. Clark have been suspended
for a week pending an investiga
tion of a charge of '"disobeying or
ders'' against them. Both men
were ordered to remain up the
other night to await the arrival of
the Bteamer Waimanalo, which.
n all accounts, they tailed in
Jeorge H. Paris, the local agent
for the Columbia bicycles, took a
number of wheels out of bond yes
terday. The Collector-General
wanted to hold the bicycles until
gft X&ho oU lav o
ten per cent., but Attorney-General
.i in., .'ni adivi
1 i i
urown ruied otherwise.
wheels were given up without
The Opium Trade.
London. Nov. 11. The Earl of
Kimberlev, Secretary for India, re-
plying to a deputation, said he
was not prepared to surrender the
revenue derived from the Indian
opium trade, nor did he believe
that, anv troyemment. v.vml.l nnn- I
ni to tne suggestion. i
Theii rm.i!i hark Iy Igia, Capt.
Ploeger, was berthed at Brewer's
wharf yesterday, 78 days from
Hongfc Dg with 800 tons general
m-rehandise. The captain reported
exceedingly rough weather almost
the entire royage. Encountered
a heavy typhoon on the third day
out and was obliged to run the
v jsel before the wind for 50 miles
! to get clear of it. The worst
weather set in between Yokohama
and Honolulu, the prevailing winds
being head winds. The Bylgia
brought sixteen Chinese pas
sengers. Only three of them
having r turn permits, the others
will be liberated under bonds. The
Bylgia will return to Hongkong
within a fortnight. Wing Yo
Chan Co. are the agents.
The British hark Velocity is
about Beventy days out from Hong
kong. The hark Albert will leave for
San Francisco about the 29th inst.
She took in the Pole's cargo yester
day. Chief William McCiregor, of the
Bteamer Mokolii, i3 overhauling
, the steamer Lehua, and is conse
quently the hardest worked man
I Berry, will leave
this .afternoon for
D. McNeill, arrived on Thursdav
1 morning, 1 8 J days from San Fran
cisco. She is now lying near the
o. S. S. Co.'s wharf.
The hark J. C. (Hade sailed yes
terday for San Francisco with
34,403 hags sugar.
The steamer Hawaii will not
sail for Hamakua till after New
The hark S. C. Allen is eighteen
days out from San Francisco.
The Baker submarine boat,
which was constructed at Detroit
for the torpedo service, was re
cently towed into Chicago after a
perilous voyage. The vessel is 40
feet long. 9 feet wide, and 14 feet
deep. She weathered the storm by
being lowered about 10 feet below
the surface of the lake, and was
raised every two hours to enable
those on hoard to obtain a supply
of fresh air.
Ottawa. Out.. Dec. 2. Word
has been received here recently
that the hark Eliza had been
wrecked oft' the coast of Brazil on
a voyage to Gaspe for a cargo of
hsh. Sue had sailed
the seas for
120 years, and, long before the days
of steamers, ran as a oacket be
tween Nova Sc otia and Plymouth, '
r.ngianu. .Notwithstanding tier
great age, the old vessel's oaken
timbers were almost as staunch
and sound on the day she was
wrecked as when she was launched.
Charlev Tong Smsr, who
steward of the ill-fated Jeanette,
and who now resides at Astoria,
has received from the Secretary of
the I nited States Navv a silver
medal and clasp, accompanied by
a uuii j i u i men Liii iuuci. i uieuiti
is a nanusome piece ot jewelry,
showing on one side the Jeanette
breaking up in the ice, and on the
other the following inscription :
"To Charlev Tong Sing, in memory
of many perils encountered 1S79
18S2." This is only the second
case in the history of the United
States of the presentation of a
medal for conspicuous bravery to a
native born Chinaman. Ex.
A rare visitor to English waters
has been caught oft' the Lincoln-
shire coast between Skegness and
Gibraltar Point a file-back sun- I
fish. The creature weighed nearly j
Al A l 1
inree quarters oi a ton and was
over seven feet long.
Port Townsend, Wash., Dec. 6.
Charles Johnson, late master of
smuggling schooner Halcvon.
wa,s arrested here to-day for a petty
offense. He gave an account of the
Halcyon's voyage last August when
"ne sailed from Victoria laden with
Chinese and opium. He took on
board at Victoria 10 Chinese men
and one woman and 5S0 cases of
opium. The vessel sailed direct to
Monterey Bay, California, where.
On the ninth day of the voyage, she
landed the entire cargo. The land
ing was made at night, and a boat
containing a dozen Chinese cap
sized in the surf, but no lives were
TO FAST FOR SCIENCE.
A Fifty-Day Experiment to Be
Tried for an Ohio University.
Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 5. Mr.
Arthur Wiullmeau began his fifty
days' fast to-day under the aus-
, pices ot the W estern Reserve Uni
,? T " M
training, and if no unexpected
trouble arises will enter the fast
with a body well prepared. The
fast will take place in the Y. M.
C. A. building and the entire medi
cal faculty of the Western Reserve
University was present to see the
taster's condition at the start.
General "Salvation" Booth of
"Darkest England" fame, savs
that the book ha- thus far cost'
$925,01 and the receipts are only
3tROD lYYl IT c. a l.;' . I
inmselt by calls for charity
WHABF iX D W ! L
TJHS llll.o ELECTION,
The Virt Preciaci c,- , tfjnoef
Vaanimoaaiy Ftr tfmwmhi.
The steamer Waialeale arrived
at 6 o'clock last evening, from Ha
makua. and reported very heavy
weather in the Hawaii and Maui
channels on Wednesday night.
She brought news about the Hilo
election. Joseph Nawahi received
Do votes from rohoikl, while Akina
received only 4. Xawahi's total
: votes are 355, against J. K. Akina's
216 votes, a majority of 139 votes.
Fifty-seven votes were rejected.
Mr. Nawahi and party left Hilo
on Tuesday afternoon at " o'clock.
There were two whale-boats, one
being commanded by the native
pilot of the port of Hilo. Both
boats passed off Honokaa at 9
o'clock on Wednesday morning, !
heading cither for Mahukona or i
Honolulu. The steamer Waialeale
was at Honokaa, and left that port
I at 2 o'clock in the afternoon for j
Honolulu, via Lahaina. According !
: to the purser's statement, the prob
ability is that Nawahi's boats put
in at Mahukona during Wednesday j
. night, as the weather was too rough
i for open boats to encounter.
THE TOTAL VOTE.
Second Precinct .
A RECEIVER'S SALE.
The Furniture Store of C. J?.
Wi liama to be Sold Out.
From an advertisement in an
other column it will be seen that
by an order of the receiver, ap
pointed by the Supreme Court, the
entire furniture stock of C. E. Wil
liams' store on Fort street is to he
sold at a forced sale.
The store is well-known and
contains a stock of furniture and
upholstery which is unexcelled in
The entire contents of the store
will be sold at marked down prices
and oilers a good opportunity to re
funish your house at a moderate
cost. The public are invited to
call and make an inspection.
li A R. it AN (t ft.
c 24, 1 k m.
MoildaY. DeceillbeY C, d 11 111.
Distance 200 yards; 5 rounds with
amy Kitle, without set trigger
or telescope tights.
Entrance Fee, 50 cents
Entries to be made in groups of
Tf.N FOR EACH TURKEY, the
highest score to take the bird. Unlimit
Spare rifles will be available and
for sale at the muge at cost
Officers and men from the Men-
of-war are cordially invited to take
part . 32O0-2t
1 WATEUHOUSE'8 NO. 10
C A. 1 - . I 1 1
.tore, rort streer. win he onen
THIS EVENING and every evening
this week, until 9 o'clock. 3255-7t
(OI'l'OSITK THE REFORM SCHOOL.)
ti0F All orders promptly attended to.
BENSON & HITCHFIELD, Props.
Mutual Telephone 204. 3258-tf
For Reut or Lease,
A LARGE BRICK BUILDING
on Fort street. Is suitable for a
Lasiness Location or for Storage
Room. For further information, apply
to HARRISON BROTHERS.
FROM SEPTEMBER 1st, THE
house on Kukui Street at present
occupied bv Capt. Fuller. Applv to
3142-tf ' A. McKIBBIN.
DI KING THE TEMPORARY AB
sence of Win. G. Irwin. President
Manager of Wm,
G. Irwin & Co.,
L'd., W. M. GitLird. Treasurer and
Secretary, will attend to and perform the
duties of the first mentioned officer.
WM. G. IRWIN.
President Wm. G. Irwin Co., L'd.
Honolulu. Dec. 7, 1892. 3247-2W
THE " CLAUDINE "
leaves Kahului Friday, j
December L'.'Jd and Friday, i
ueeember dUtn, at p. m..
arriving at Honolulu, Saturday, Decem
ber 2tth, and Saturday, December 31st.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 19. 1S0 :V2'7-'A
PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE
TJL that she will attend a limited num
ber of patients. Address at H. M
Whitney's, King st. ; Bell Telephone 75.
X cm luocrttsrincittf
SPECIAL BCS1SESS ITEMS.
Turkey Rafle To-day and to
morrow, at the San Francisco Fruit
Market, King street. Fat Con-fed
Turkeys, alive and dreaotd. Turkeya
for everybody. Brings your lock along
with you :
San Francisco Fruit Market.
Cbtistmma Turkeys. (Use, Etc.
Now i- the time to hunt up Catua
r:;ev Kalibi Poultry Ranch notice.
Cut out and paste on your cook bouse
door. It i- good reading matter.
fjY On View in the Window.
For sale at the Italian Barber Shop,
King street, a realistic scene of the
incidents attending the Birth of Our
Savior, automatic figure? of kings,
princes, people, animals and lird:
a figure of the Stable at Bethlehem,
with the child Jesus in swaddling
clothes in a manger. All lifelike.
SjSST M.ipie Sugar, tbe genuine
article; only at the ElA i f. ECE Ckkam
afST" P.iciGc Saloon, corner of
Nuuanu ami King streets. Finest
brands of Liquors, Winks ami
Beers in tbe city. :174-tf
Wi uier - Winter. Dentists.
Office, 33 Beretania strt'et. Gold Fil
lings, Silver Fillings, $1; Teeth
Extracted, 50 cts. Eastern Prices.
Mutual Telephone No. 239.
Are you looking for Holiday
Goods, step in at SACHS' and see the
immense assortment before making
your selections elsewhere.
Undressed Mousquetaire Kid
Gloves, in tan shades, reduced to
$1 a pair, at SACHS , lot Fort street.
The Bon Ton Dressmak
ing Parlors are now at corner of
Fort and Beretania streets, open to
those of Honolulu and vicinity wish
ing stylish suits and costumes, as well
also as comfortable and neat gowns.
Tlu public are now enabled to have
their wardrobes fitted out as well and
with the same style as can be ob
tained in San Francisco. 3238-lm
All-wool, double width, fancy
stripe Dress Goods, at dOcentsper
yard, at X. S. Sachs'.
11 you want a Genuine Ice
Cream Soda, call at the Palace Ice
Cream Parlors. 8233-lm
6r Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort
street, between Hotel and Beretania
streets. 44 Chronic diseases."
Mutual telephone 682. :;2ial-tf
M. Goldberg has just receiv
ed per 'S. S. Alameda" a small
assortment of the above, and
as these Garments are now so
popular in the Islands an early
inspection of the latest con
signment is respectfully sol
The (m of Sachet Powders.
Exquisitely fragant and last
ing, and the most popular
Sachet in town.
We have, it vou wish them.
Hotel). Newman & Co.
SACKS A L(.i A KO 1 1 A B E A N S
1 I I AO
Tl . 9?
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can t make
you. e v::
t to;ce rxmvicttoa in
to your head or rued
U ne into your
throat. We don't
want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the relict of the Other, they will
stay so. John 11. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" My wife is a Little Scotch woman,
thirty years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
yi rs past she has !ec:i suffering
from Dyspepsia. Jhe
became so bad at last
that she could not sit
d wn to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and a f : 1 yspepsia, she does not
know tl it she ever had it." t)
FOB I'HE SWEET
We keep tin4 Puresl and
Best. Novelties in the
Christmas Tree Orna
ments, Bon Hons. etc.
We have an ex
display for Hol
idays. You arc cordially
invited to inspect
HART & CO.
f a.iTK Ick fnr.M
TK OFFER FOR HALF AT THE
following prices :
Poha Jam in 2 lb. cans at (4.50 per Jos.
PobaJam in 1 lb. cans at 2.50 per doz.
Poha Jelly in 1 lb. cans at 3.50 per doz.
Quava Jelly in 1 lb. cans at 2.50 per doz.
China Orange and Papaia Jam, (this
is a very superior article), in 2 1b. cans
at $4 50 per dozen.
KONA CANNING CO.,
3140 3m Hawaii, II. I.
M RESIDENCE RECENTLY oc
cupied by Hon. A. Rosa, adjoin
ing resilience of G. E. Board mau.
House new, pleasantly located and hav
ing ail the modern improvements.
Rent reasonable. Inquire of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
319LMf Cufltom House.
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par
lor, Dining Room, 2 Bed Rooms,
Pantry, Kitchen, Sewing Room, in main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 pajered
Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Bell or exchange for
smaller property and cash or security.
All the buildings are new. One block
from Tram wavs. Apply at this office.
A NEW AND CONVENIENT
Cottage on Kinau St., all improve
ments, servants Koom, Stable
and Carriage House, one block from tbe
horse car. Possession given immediately.
N. S. SACHS,
3212-tf 104 Fort street.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE ON bl'NAidbO
street, at present occupied by K.
W. Holdsworth, containing double
parlors. 4 bedrooms, dres5iincan
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid
out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
bouse in rear of main building.
EL I. LILLIE,
2822-tl with Theo. H. Davies A To.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
been appointed Receivers of the
Kawailoa Ranch Company, hereby give
notice that they will not be responsible
for any debts unle.-s contracted upon
their written order.
GEO. J. CAMPBELL,
J. H. FISHER,
Receivers Kawailoa Ranch Co.
Honolulu. Dec. 12, 1S02. 32ol-2w
TO LET A FINE STORE ON
King street, near Castle a
Cooke's, lately occupied bv .Mr.
Thomas Lindsey for the last five years.
This store which is two stories high,
with Large Basement, is of Brick, and is
Fire Proof, being plastered and hard
finished throughout, with Cast Iron
Front and Plate Glass Windows with all
modern improvements. This Store has
a Large Yard in the rear, making it con
venient for tenants to dwell on the
E. B. THOMAS,
Cor. Smith and King Sts.
3 I'M -tit tf
If you don't take the Advertisbe
you don't get the news.
f WILL FAY CASH, FOR EITHER
I larg or einaM inantitie of used Ha
waiian Postage Stamps, ss follows:
(These offers are per hundred and any
quantity will be accepted, no o'er how
small, at ti e name rates.)
I oaol . viotel 00
1 cent bloc tfj
1 1 en: . green H
3 cent, vt 1 d ilion 1 50
2 oent, browa H
I cent, mse 20
I cent, violet, L891 Issue 60
5 cent, dark blue ... 160
B lent, uhrnmarinc blue 00
( itnt , irreen 2 60
10 cent, black 4 (X)
10 cent, vermilion ... ... 5 (X)
10 cent, brown f 60
1J cent, black n 00
; IJ cent, mauve 0 00
IS eont, bn wu 5 00
is cent, red 10 00
j 25 cent, purple 10 00
j BO eent.nd IS 00
$1, carmine 2S lX
I 1 cent envelope 40
I 2 cent envelope 76
I 4 cent envelope 1 69
6 cent envelope 1 50
j 10 cent envelope S 00
No torn ptainpx wanted ai anv
GEO. K. WASHBURN,
S2S kaavia St., Ban Francisco, Col.
m t tviwin, rip.
Have on Band slid For Bait,
Fresh every month from the tint
the very Ih'bI quality of
1 lay and C-raii)
Of all kinds, at the very lowest pru p
Delivered promptly to any pan
of the city.
GIVE US TRIAL 1
Warehouse, l.eleo Mutuaf Telephone
121 ; Bell Telephone 121.
0mp8 with C. T. Gulick Pell Teh
phone .'MS: Mutual Telephone 139.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
in Honolulu to gal your
Done is at
JAMES NOTT, JR's
Cor. Kid and Alakea Strceta.
Prices Lower than Ever! Call and
In ordering bvTelt be sure
and ring up the right nuu 1 1 .
Mutual Telephone Store 201, Resi
dence 244. Bell Telephone Store 78.
P.O. Box 352.
OO TO THE
(31 1 TO TDK
Table Board $1 per day.
Board and Lodging " 54
Board and Lodging $12 erweok.
JWEfspecial monthly prices.
T. E, KROUSE, I'uoi uiETOK.
E. B. THOMAS
Contractor and Builder
BSTIMA1 BS GIVEN ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in the btlilrlinc trail nt.
tended to. Keepfl for sale: J'.rick, Lime
Cement, 1 ron Stone Pine and Fittings, old
and new Corrugated Iron, Minion Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted -i.:es and colors,
California nnd Monterey Sand, Granit'
Curbing and Blocks, Ktc, Ktc.
Office and Yard OCT. King and Smith
Sts. Office ilour.s 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 r.M
Telephones Pell 3ol ; Mutual 417. llesi
dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117.
Waikiki Property for Lease.
jml THE VALUABLE PREMISES
iil of the Hon. F. S. Pratt situate on
the Beach at Waikiki, are offered
for lease for a term cf years together
with the Furniture. The "lot has a long
frontage on the Beach and contains seve
ral acres and affords every facility for
bathing, boating, etc. There are a large
number of Yaluable Cocoanut Trees on
the Premises. The House consisting of
Airy Rooms and a Large Lanai, is cool
and convenient. There are commodious
out Buildings comprising Stable, Car
riage House, Servants Rooms, etc.
j8jT Also, for Sale, one perfectly, safe
family Carnage Horse, one Phaeton in
first class order and three sets of Har-
jfeTF 'or further particular apply to
3215-tf J. ALFRED MAGOON.
4 NEW FIRST.CLASS FAMILY
j. v Bathing Resort 1ms been opened at
Waikiki nnder the above name by Mas.
E. C. Rows, for the comfort and con
venience oi those wishing to enjoy a sea
bath. It is situated a little bevond the
Villa. Traracars pass the gate.'
N. Ii. Special arrangements have
been made for Family Picnics and Even
ing Bathing Parties.
v uunutlUlB .
fJT-Addrec P. O. Box 479, Honoluln,