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DALLY PACIFIC COxMMEliCIAL, ADVEKTISEK, AUGUST 11, 1893.
0H1J RUHYAY & LAND CO.'S hOC AJ4 AND GENERAL SIT A TV- II EB BA RD. WHARF AND WAVE. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. General CUtocriisnnrnis. TAKLE. AHO JUNE 1, 1S9S. , . r i , r, . ...... . , i T It A I K H TO EWA MILL. B B A.M. P.M. A D P.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu. Leave Pearl City Arrive Ewa Mill. S:13 1:45 4:35 .5:10 .9:::0 2:30 5:10 5 .0:57 2:57 5:3-5 G:22 TO HONOLCLC. C D LI A A.M. A M. P.M. r.M Leave Ewa Mill..G:2l 10:43 3:43 5:42 Leave Pearl City..0:o5 11:13 4:15 0:10 Arrive Honolulu. .7 :30 11:55 4:55 G:45 A Saturdays only. 15 Daily. C Sundays excepted. 1) Saturdays excepted . MClKKiN MAIL SEIiVICK. 2 r Steamship wid have for and univefrora rtan Francisco, ou the following dates, till the rh..-e of l-'J.T LEAVK IIOKOLrLC roR Sa.n Francisco. .ity Peking. Aur;. 1 Aattalia. ,..Au;-, Vi AUmeda.. . .Any:. 21 Warrimco, for an couvr r. . . . Aug. 31 Australia. . .Sept. Vi Maripoia. . . Sept. 21 Oceania ir ept. 2 Miowera, for Van couver Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 11 Monowai Oct. VJ W'arrimoo, for Van couver Nov. 1 China Nov. Australia Nov. K Alameda Nov. 15 Due at Hosolclc Fm. San Fp.ancirco. Miowera, from Van couver Aug. 21 Monowai. . .Aug. 24 Australia. .. .Sept. 6 China Sept. 18 Warrimoo.from Van couver Sept. 21 Alameda.... Sept. 21 Australia Oct. 4 Oceanic Oct. Jo' Mariposa . . . Oct. 19 Miowera, from Van couver Oct. 21 Australia. .. . Nov. 1 Monowai . . Nov. 10 Warrimoo.from Van couver.. ..Nov. 21 Miowera, couver Oceanic . Australia Alain ela . for Van .. ..Dec. 2 ...Dec. 4 ...Dec. ti ..Dec. 14 China Nov. 27 Australia... Nov.29 Alameda.. .Dec. 14 Miowera, from Van couver Dec. 21 W'arrimoo, for Van couver Jan. 1 City Peking. ..Jan. 2 Oceanic Dec 2.5 Australia. . . Dec. 27 Warrimoo.f romVan- c uver . . .Jan. 21 Tlt8, 8nu and Moon. Ci s rc e s 1 i ? 3? p.m. .tn. . in. p.m. 1.101 O.iO i5.4' 7.6iJ 1.5oi 0..S0 rt.W 8.50 2.4t l.ao 7.j 9.10' Man.... Tnn... Wod ... tliar... ti rt Sun... S..T6 5.3; 6.35 6.34 1. 8 2. 8 3.1. 4.3) S.Sf.i 6.34 5.i.7j 6.3J 5.371 6.32 I SS 6.32 3.2) a. 0 8.2.' 0.35 I I I 4.15, 4. 0 9.10 10.13 p ni. - A.m. sets 7. 0 7.38 4.?,j 4.35 11. 0 1). 0 m a.x- x ri. 1 i.i in 1,-' K du. 0 H 8.14 I i i 1 I J L,,it mjon on the 11th, at 10 b. 17 ni. a. m. TliUB Whttlft I.Jov at lh. P.M. of :l )n.)!ul i tirup, which la the suae as 12b. 0:u. Us. f OrcenvJe'i tiiri. In.: nol ir.oln.1o ci',-wter. J NAVAL VE!8ELS. IT S S I5o-ton, Dav. cruise. Ua i Alnms, Nelson, from Lnbalna. MERCHSTMKS. OSS AiiHtrali.-i. Iloudlettu', San Frai.cUoo. I5r sch Norma. 1 okohaiua. Her bit Ueo N Wilcox. IVolter. Liverpool. Hr Lk LsvNtock, Williuins. Liverpool. J law bk II V Kithet, Morrison, San Fran. Am bkt S N Castle, Hubbard, San Fran. I ; r h Farthenope, Ileal, Nowcatle, N S W. Ambk burahani, Anilerxon, Newcastle. HIKBHiN VHSMKI.S KXl'CCTEI), Vrti'i;a. V tor? f rfri . l'n. Uer bk J O rHu.r Bremen.. .Sept 5-15 Am bx .Martha Davis.. IJoston Dec 5-15 Amchr Alico 'o jI:e.. Fuct Sound. Aug 23 Am bk Klikitat Fueet Sound ..Auir 15 Am bk Amelia Fujret Sound .Au 30 Ambk Albert San r ran. ..Aug U Am b't Consuelrt SF(Kh)..Aug 5 Am bn Alex McNeill. . .Nunaimo. Aug 10-15 Am bk Detroit Nanaimo. Aug 10-15 Am sch Anna H F (Kah)..Aug 10 ('ASS Miowera. It M S S .Monowai Am bkt Pi-icovery Vancouver.. Aug 21 s a!! on Am foli uobert LewersS ! Am bkt Hilo H F Am bkt S U Wilder. . . S F Am bit J I) Snreckeh.S P(Kah) . Haw bk Lahi. S F F M SS Cbina S K I) A S S Oceanic S F Am bk Aldn l'.""....S F Ambk Harvester . . . .S F (Hilo). Am bkt lrmMr.l Laysan lid. ug 25 .Aug 21 .Aug 20 .Aug 20 Aug 2; Sept 19 "-v a .Aug 20 Aug 21 ug 2' .WIIPFI.NU INTELLIGENCE. TiirKsow, Au. 10. c'lmrJ A Oiiiinsirn. Ncilsoii. from Koo- lau. Stmr Wnir-iarutlo, Ihido lua. from Waia- 4 ElVltTL'j:iiS. Tjiijisday, Aug. 10. itmr James Mnkr-e, Haglund, for Kapaa VESSKM LKAVIXO TO-I.Y. Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui and Ha waii at 2 t rn. Stmr Fele, Feterson.for Makaweii. Kauai, at 3 p rn. I U I'OKTS. IVr . A 'ammins-1100 bas sugar from Kdd!hu and Waim Jinalo. 3i.ini:n:i. SirAV-Hr:r.F.Al:l At the residenre of Mr. aii'l Mr. (.i"ore K. Foardman, this rity.'Ih iTfdty veni"K, Au:-.st 10, ISJj.I, by 'lia Ilev. ti. K. JVckwith, tea'ey I. Sluw to Anna L. llebb.ml, both of this iiy. fr- S in .lose. Ca'., papers please ropy. Court Record. The appeal from the orders al lowing Mr. M. Wright $500 and Hon. II. A. Widemann $ 11S0 from tho estate of Dr. McIJryde has been withdrawn. The jury in the che fa caso against Kaulahao brought in a ver dict of guilty yesterday. The caso for assault brought by Lilia (w), was on trial yesterday afternoon. The case of Nawai, charged with as3ault with a dangerous weapon, was postponed by Judge Cooper until thi3 morning. Drill of tho volunteers was held at the drill shod last night. Henry C. Hapui will net as ref eree at the foot ball game next Sat-urdav. Two natives were arrested last evening at Kikihale, for fighting, and taken to the station. The Hawaiian band will give a concert at the Hawaiian hotel thia evening at the nual time. A. Hromada, of .San Francisco, will purchase Hawaiian stamps for cash. See advertisement. The Kilauea Volcano House Co. will meet at 2 p. m. on Wednesdav, August 10th, at the office of V. R. Castle. Mechanic engine company, Xo. 2, will meet tonight at the hall of the hook and ladder companv. at 7:30 o'clock. The members of company D., battery, are ordered to report at the drill shed at :-0 o clock this evening. The safe deposit building is re ceiving interior finishings and will be ready for occupancy about the first of next month. The music from the organ at the merry-go-round, on Hotel street, could be distinctly heard at the Kinau wharf last night. The government subsidy of $100 per month, which wa3 withdrawn from the Paradise of the Pacific some time ago, has been revoted to tliat journal, dating from July 1st. , . . . , : . , , About midnight last night the rear entrance ot llollister cc Cos store on ion street was lound open. Nothing, as far as known last night was missing from the store. The fine brass field piece, which was presented to one of the Kame- jm m . m . namena chietd by the Kussian gov- eminent, has been donated to the ijisnop museum by the rrovi&ional council. 1 m m 1 a4lmeei?S 0f Ur siocKiioiaers ot ine aimanalo JbUfTar IjCt. nf. flip nfnnp nf Ti rnrn I , 1 t n 1 . iL n 1 o - " " " " " v. - v.. v o t 92 t "g t""aa"noon at 2 o clock. The question of agen- cy will be considered. Tho nrrpstfl xrpafpr,lii- a Wall, for deserfimr frnm t!, na. - -. . . . Tiyii. 7 MVH. . lit tional cuards: a native and i 7 F- " ' ... I Vyiiinaman, wno eniovea a hanrl-to- ni 1 . . . 1 . I hand fight; and two native women, . 7 ' I for indulging freely in pugilistic PTfirfi?p? 1 Over two thousand gallons of aiconoi have been withdrawn Irom the custom house during the past six months. In consequence a bill regulating the importation of that article was introduced into the council esterdaj The members of the Kawaiahao church have a movement on hand church as a memorial to King Kaui- keaouli (Kamehameha III.). That ' monarch was a regular attendant . of that old historic building. A native editor declared the other day that no native news papers would live twenty-four hours :f it did not have two or three stories in it. The native readers demand stories, and they enjoy reading them better than thev do local news Public Concert. The Hawaiian band, conducted 1... r, t mi 1 v 1 iuiessur uerger, win give a puo lic concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this (Friday) evening, commenc ing at i :30 o clock. Following 13 the programme : PART J. March "Sember Fidelis"M.Souza Overture ! Puritani"...Bousouet . 1'iccoio solo "ine Ueep Jilue feea" Urever Selection "Liueia di Lainmer moor" Donizetti PART II. Selection "II Bravo"Mercadante Waltz ".Special Reports" Czibulka Polka mazurka "Nana" Coraffjrio S. Galop "Vivacity" Coraggio Hawaii l'onoi. Off For the Fair. Mr. Geo. C. Beckley, the popul Toe purser of the favorite f teatner it t 1 t X1 nan. nrmmnanipil hv Mrs. TlfokrpvN It V 4 u , x j - - - - . -j and their son Henry, will leave for the World's Fair by the Anstralia next Wednesdav. They expect to be absent about three months. Henry will enter a college in Cali fornia. Tennis Tournament. Messrs. Henry C. Hapai and Edwin Paris will play a tennis game against Messrs. Chas. Ather- ton and E. Thrum next Saturday, at the Arlington. The winners will be treated by the losers to a dinner at the Arlington. Dance at the Portland. The terpsichorean social and supper at the Portland last even ing was a very enjoyable affair, some thirty couple being present. Dancing was kept up until a late hour. The spread reflected great credit upon Mr. Freidmann. A Pleasant Wedding :tt Mr. Geo. E. lio.iruznxu's I.at Sight. At the residence of Mr. Geo. K. Board man last evening Mr. Sealey Shaw was united in marriage to Mrs. Anna L. Ilebbard, by the Rev. Dr. E. G. Beckwith. The'house and grounds were prettily decorated and a pleasant evening was spent by those present. The Quintette club furnishing music during the evening. Among those present were noticed : Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Wichman, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Abies, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Murphy, Mrs. Dr. Lundy, Mrs. Renner, Mrs. Lemon, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. shlev, Mrs. Cahoun, Mrs. Torbert, Miss Torbert, Miss Chapin, Miss Fanning, Miss Augusta BergerJ Miss Uhaflie, Mrs. Chas. Kibbling, W. M. Graham, W. H. Charlock, II. G. Crabbe, W. C. Wilder, Jr., Linton Torbert, Jas. L. Torbert, Mr. Eppinger, Harry F. Lewis, Ed. Phillips, Dr. M. E. Grossman and many others. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw will reside on Beretania street. Tho Advek- tiser wishes the couple every hap- pmess THE W. G. HALL. Her New Holler Placed In Posi tion Successfully. The new twenty-four ton steel urt:ia, tua c4Domo,w n ttoIi c , . . , - was successfully hoisted from the wharf and placed in position on board the vessel yesterday morn- intr. Sixteen-innh nnllevs were used in hoisting the big boiler and , ! ; WrtUC Btuu" l,iVc.Sk "C1' uouer was ereu into its bed Ill 1 t 1 1 A 111 piate without a nitcn. a lew small scratches on the woodwork was the patent, nf rlnmnrr inrnrrprl in lowpr. ,1 1 m -r. ., ing the boiler. It was exactly two weeks ag yesterday since the Hall oa r l,nr acan ,ayu rt 1 11 . i i 1 -i .!. n n l'i t no rwi tun I t- -romrwon onri it i ' "' 1 v.viiv,u ...jv .v 1 will be six weeks yet before she will bo ready to reSume her regular route. The old boiler, which has pertormeti service lor tho Hall . . ... . since she was built at Port Blake 1 . T nlne years ago, now lies witn i - . 0 , civ nlhnr orna nnoton-ntf l.M I I ifa ""3ia"iv wu"Bia belonging to several coasting A A 1 t 1 A 1 steamers on me oeacn near ino uiicuii. a iiiius new uuiiei it expected will do service for ten years. It was built bv the Ifono- lulu Iron AVorks, ana its cost is in tho neighborhood of $16,000. Al- together, the repairing of the steamer Hall will cost the I. I. S. N. Co. between twenty-two and twenty-four thousand dollars, m- ?giIarine, arses- . . .? . b ' VE AT KALI HI. criptiou of an Old Native Burying Place. A Hawaiian lady at Kalihi tele phoned yesterday afternoon to her husband, who was working in town, that a stranger from the steamer Australia wished to bo allowed to visit a cave at Kalihi belo: ging to the family. Tho husband replied that the gentleman could go as far as the entrance and no further. Micah Harvey, a half-caste, the re puted owner of the cave, informed an Advertiser reporter yesterday that the cave is over 1000 feet long and high enough for a man to walk upright the whole length with the exception of a few places, where a person is obliged to stoop some in order to pass. Mr. Harvey said that in this cave are deposited the remains of his ancestors and relatives dating many 1 rrt years oacK. ine cavern is very r .ark nnr n 1 rrht. ia rpnn r in order to explore it3 interior. lhe only foreigner who ha3 found a last resting place here ia Captain Well field, who died many years ago. The entrance to this natural mau soleum is sealed up, and is only opened upon the deatli of a mem- of the family. IF. . a . j f , a r . Attccpiioii 10 Jtiev. iUr. x.aucr. Last, evening Mr. and Mrs. F. J. 1 t : i i: I uvvitry - guve 11 pnvaiu ruuepuon 10 the Rev. Mr. Kader, who lately ar- rived from .San Jose, California, to take Dr. Ueckwith's place in the pulpit of the Central Union church during his summer vacation. A most enjoyable evening was spent. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Among those present were President and Mrs. Dole, Hon. W. It. Castle and wife, Kev. and Mrs. Dr. Beckwith, Ilev. E. I'. Baker of Ililo, Itev. Mr. Itader, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones, Mrs. Itobert Lswers and others. Was 11 rxGTo.v, August 1.- Oin- mander 11. K. Imnev has been ordered to the Asiatic station lo relieve Gommander Barber in com mand of the Monocacy. Com mander Barber 13 ordered home and authorized to delay one year in his return. 1 Des Diamond Head, Aug. 10, 10 r.M. ; Weather, clear ; wind, light N. The bark R. P. Uithet has cone over to the O. R. & L. Co.'s wharf i (0 take in pugar The bark Geo. X. Wilcox received 1100 bags of sugar yesterday from the steamer J. A. Cummins. She will be readv to leave for the coast about the 23th or 29th instant. The mud from the dredger, now at work at Brewer's wharf, is being dumped near the O. R. ,v L. Cos wharf. The Kinau sails at 2 o'clock this afternoon for Maui and Hawaii. Mr. Wm. Ross, the freight and passenger agent of the I. I. S. N. Co., 13 having his ticket offica at the wharf renovated. Seveal im provements have been added since last week. Three hundred tons of coal will . A 'rrrVV-i , " uc B,"cu lu " 11UUU piuii. cr. During Purser Beckley's absence at the World's Fair for the next three months, K. R. G. Wallace will discharge the functions of the purser's office on the stmr. Kinau, while J. II. Hare will fulfill the duties of freight clerk, The bark Ladstock was moved down to the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf yesterday. The tug Eleu and the yacht Alice Li. are now on the marine railway, being cleaned. The barks S. C. Allen and Albert will arrive in a day or two from the coast. They are both twelve days out. As an instance of dwindling pro- nts in me jjruisn snipuuuaing in- dust G, ow co ndnt f industries reports that ordinary cargo steamers, replete with mod- ern appliances, are now contracted 0V?nPrice? rangi"S ffm 26.4pto tho cost some four years ago. Ex. Arthur Sewell & Co. of Bath, - ... 'I after launching their iron shin now on the stocks, will build another just like her. Both ships will be ot the followincr dinienpions Length of keel, 300 feet : breadth of 45 ee d th rom kee ot o r. ' t-L orA ' . . .... . . I i - .-..i. rt . l Luna. jjutii ,case wm ui uiv four-masted type, and will be owned hv the builders. Ex. by the builders. Ex. Nailed To Its Masthead. A Gresham, Nebraska, paper has f US ti .lf,irm "Onrn 1.1 tho ... . v. . mm ' .. f.i, : uu truth though the Heavens tumble. Our paper of the people, by the people, to be paid for hy the people. uur religion orthodox, with a firm belief in Heaven. Our motto take all in sight and hustle for more. Our policy to love our friends and injure our enemies. Our object to make an honest liv ing and paj" our just debts. Stockholders Meeting npilE STOCK U OLDEriS OF THE J. Waimanalo Sugar Company are' hereby notified that a meeting to consid er the question of agency, will be held at th office of Messrs. Bruce & A. J. Cart wright, at 2 o'clock p. m. on Fit I DAY, August 11th. J. A. CUMMINS, Xreslden fc Honolulu, August 9, 1893. 3433-td Battery- A LL M EMBERS OF COMPANY D, tho Driiis'it-il TllISK Vjisa' at7 :) o'ciock. W. C. WILDER, Jr., Captain Company D. 3 154-1 t Special Meeting. A SPECIAL MKETIXU OF Me chanic Jinino Co. No. 2 will he held.at Hook aud Ladder Hall THIS EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Per order of Foreman. Important business. A. L. C. ATKINSON, It Secretary. Stamps. WAN t ? ver FEW S II GETS 2c. ermillion and 12o. mauve Stamps: plain or surcharged I'rovisional Govern ment. ricise Eia:e price ior cacti or variety; also 4c. stamped Envelopes. Any Hawaiian Stamps, old and now issues, both cancelled and unused bought for cash. Write particulars a to price and quantity to A. IIKOMADA, 222 Battery Street, 3454-tf Han Francisco, Cal. Notice. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF lhe Kahului Itanroid Company, Limited, held at their office this day, tin Liimu foiiowin ff gentlemen were re-elected to rerve during the cnmn year: W. C. Wilder.. W. F. Allen... . S. B. Pose F. L. Stolz W. F. Alien President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Auditor S. B. ROSE, Secretary. !Io:u!ii!ii, August 9, ls9 5. :;4-:-lr Found. k GOLD PIN. OWNEB M Y 1. have Pimfl by leaving proper des cription at this cflice anl in event cf proof ol property: and paying for this advertisement. 344S-tf Copartnership Notice MR. E. I). J. BART RAM HAS THIS day retired from our firm. B. F. EHLERS & CO. Honolulu, July 31 , 1893. 345l-3t tcT Call at Egan t Gunn's for bargains in men's hat. Stetson and Grainercy hats we are oirering at the remarkably low price of $1.50 each. Our clearance sale is still in progress; we are olleriiig special bargains in all lines of goods. Just rtceivttl, per steamer Aus tralia, bite Chamois-skin Gloves, excellent quality, warranted to wash, at 2s. S. SaCHs rort L.VR MiLLINTKY Stohe. 5f"" Hawaiian Soap, the only pure lauudry soap iu tho market, cau be had by the case or at retail, at any of the grocers In Honolulu, as well as. at the company's agents. Families can now order Hawaiian soap from their grccers with other goods. Price $5.00 per hundred. M. W. McChesney's Sons, Agents IIouolulu Soap Works Co. 3410-tf. gj American Enameled But ton-Hole liuttons for Sale at the I X Li. gjEZT Finest Enameled Cabinets only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan Photo Co., 467 Nuuaim street. 331 Mf Those desirous of having their Pianos Tuned or repaired, will p!easy send iu their orders to W. II. i3eusou, at the Arlington. SSS2-3t For Bargains In New and Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow- ere, Wicker unairs, uaruen nose, etc., call at the I. X. L, corner of Xuuauu and King streets. If you yvant to sell out your furniture in its eutirety, can K &r Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat - . ...... Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of ruuanu and Kiug streets. " The asical Library ot the late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at Hip Oor.npv Rnr.R Bazaar. nii nt 3234-1 tf gffiP" 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 ueat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their war J robes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob- talced in Kan Francisco. S267 2F" Prompt returns made ou Goods sob! on commission at the I. X. L. For Sale. 1 House and Lot on Liliha Street. 2 Lot on Kuakini Street, between Nuuanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 House and Lot on tho Palania Road. To Let. 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot on Liliha Street. For further particulars, apply to J. M. MONSARBAT, Cart Wright's Block, Merchant Street. 3129-tf Special Meeting. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Company will be held at the of fice of W. O. Smith, Fort Street, Honolulu, on TUESDAY, August 20th, 1893, at 9 o'clock a. m. All Stx.kholJors are requested to be present. E. II. BAILEY, I'rcsident Wailuku, August Tith. 1893. 345 1-1 1 For Kent. A ROOMY CO rTAG E ON Nuuanu Avmmh, adjoining lhe Afong hoMiese,i l . 'Iho (ttare P.Ai is built of pfone and is ban I finished throuybou.. Poe-'esHion niveri Aujustlst. Apply to MRS. AFONO, 3111-tf Waikiki. For Sale iT A BUIGAIS. A COLUMBIA 1 V Solid Tire. Bicvclw in irooJ condition. Address "C ," this office. 344S-tf Notice. T 1 M I E UNDERSIGNED HAVING bfen appointed Esecntor of the Estate of Andre Alexandre Corniot, le ceaed, requests ail p:.-rsorjj Itaving claims against that Estate, lo present them within f-ix months from date or they will b forever birred, and all persons indebted to t!;e above Estate to mate immdiite pavment. F. A. SCHAEKER, Executor with tho Will annexed of A. A. Corniot, deceased. .",4:w lor. 1!n0 4t Wanted. ANE COPY E ACH OK TH BUM'S ' Abniinac f- h fo'lowin yearp, for wh:ch the publi-jher' price will be paid: 1831, 13fi2. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 3428 1433-2t THE ELITK Ice Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel lent quality of iino Ice Cream, Cakes, Candies, P i , Finojr Pastries, Icv Crenm Soda, Sherbets, Hot Coffee, Tea acd Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive colilection of Island Curios! r NATIVE FANS a specialty. (harts caj 85 Hotel Street. Notice to Planters. 'pHE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS JL of the California Fertilizer Works (J. E. Miller, Manager) have on band a limited supply of that firm's High Grade Fertilizers for short notice orders and requirements of the planters. C. BItKWEK & CO. (L'd.), Queen Street, Honolulu. 3425-1 m Kilauea Volcano House Co. 4 MEETING OF THE ABOVE Xjl Company will be held in Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of W. R. Castle. Business of importance reaaires a full attendance of all stockholders. WM. It. CASTLE, President. Honolulu, August 2, 1893. 3447-2w Real Estate Agency NO. 519 FOItT STREET. To L,ot. 2 Houses on Beretania Street. 2 Houses ou Fort Street. Furnished House at Palama. near the Reformatory School. Kent, f22 month. For Sale. Several desirable Residences in ti rat class locations. House and Lot on Beretania street, near Pensacola; Lot 200 ft. frontage and 140 feet deep. Also, a Valuable Block of Brick Build ings in the heart of the City. 1 Upright Piano. . K. BOARDMAN. 33S2-tf Agent. Wanted. TO RENT OR LEASE, A neat Cottage of not less than four rooms within the boundaries of Beretania, I'unchbowl and Fort Streets. Kent must bo moderate. Address "J. J.." ihia office. Btating rent. 3439-tf CENTRAL MARKET! STREET. First-clasa Market in every respect; be sides carrying a full line of Meats, wo make a specialty of Breakfast Sausages, IXeatl Cheese, I'ressecl Corn I3eef. WESTBR00K & GARES, 3437-lm tf Proprietor. lieal iiState lOr Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES of improved I'roferty, locat ed in different partd cf the me city 01 iionomm; .111 bar- I Kains. Apply for fail parti- culars fo BKUCE & A. J. CABTWRIG1IT 3392-tf For Lease or Sale. BES1DENCE ON LUNALILO street, at present occupied by E. f M 1 C 11 bath rooms, dininp room, pantry ana kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken bouse in rear of main bnihlinj?. It. I. LILLIE, 2S22-tf with Then. H. Paries A Co. Notice. LAM KOU WILL THIS DAY OPEN Lunch Rooms on Hotel Street, next door lo Empire Saloon; open at all hours; Cold Luncliea 2jc. 3421-1 m For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE mises opposite the Makiki re serve, recentlv occupied by Mr. Charles Creighton. Tho grounds are spacious, and well shaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways. Tho Buildings will be put in thorough repair to suit tho wishes of a good tenant. For further particulars, apply to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary S. Levey. 33.r.H-tf For Kent. i A DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubberv, etc., on Kinau Street next to corner of Pensacola; one block from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY, 3377-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. All kinds of artistic printing at the Gazette Office. PER MOjSWAI KOi: THE CRITERION Fresh Oysters for COCKTAILS ! 3335-1 y GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nucana Avenue, cm to Tiiii: ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street. - BTS Table Board ! per Uy. Board ami Lodging ?2 " Board and LodgiLfr $12 ;er neek 2?"'Special monthly prices. T. E. KBOUSE, PaorarsTOB. CASTLE & COOKE likic and irirtK TXJ.QTTTf A IT?" All J J xlJuLll vJLi- AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MDTDAL Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTON. -A.llianco Assurance COMPANY OF LONDON, jEtua Fire Insurance To. of iiiTtTir'aitr). MRS. E. TURNER Has removed her DRESSMAKING ROOMS To Hold Bt, Oj y. tii3 T. K. a i. Ea!l Where she is pn'tt ired to do I)reFma.kinn in all the latest t It-?. The new method of form-Cllir. enjoyed (iho method now used by all m-.r h-ading dressmakers in San Francisco. . jESAil work rifatlv and promptly finished. lrice as rcsr.nHhl any in the city. 2231-tf CHARLES B. C00PKR, U. D , Physician and Snrgcoti Offics: 31 A hike it 1 1 1. Otfxci Hocus: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. M., 7 to 8 p. m; Sundays 0;30 to 10:S0 Tklki-iioses : Mntnal 424, Bell llti. Residksce: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, H. I. S350-tf For Sale or Exchange. KESIDENCK IN A VERY jj defiirable part of Honolulu. Par lor, Pininj; Room, 2 Bed Itooin, Pantry, Kitchen, ewinjt Itconi, in main house. Cottago aljoininr of 2 rntered Rooms, Store Room and Bath Boom. Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange foi smaller property and cash or Bocnrity. All the buildings are new. Opt? Mock from Tramwayp. Apply t thin office. 301 3-1 f -Trt-r l),.,,,,!,, Maiiy People Think they're pet ting a reliable Safe, because it has a line appearance, correct slupe, and is appa rently firt proof. lhe difference in cost 01 material in a first-class Safe is one of the difTeiences between the best and one not to Rood. Nothing, but the truth i tho brt policy for us; nothing, but a H.u.l'k Safi: is the best policy for yo:i. It's a luxury for a bninen man t possess a Hall's. A bnsiies man wants something besides looks Tack of the veneerirg. All Safe wcrk in the building of U'e World's Fair was put in by our Com pany. Does this not fptak volumes ? T. W. HO 13 HON. AGENT BERRlKG-HALL-MiRVIN COMPLY The Mlssliifi Numbers rpHE FOLLOWING DATES OF THE JL Planters Monthly are wanted cr.e, two or more copies of eacli : May, Septal) I er and December, August, 1KS3 April, 1SS4. HAWAIIAN G J'ETTE CO. 3437-4t I4s:-2t Notice to Creditors YUEN LUNG CO., DOING business on Nuuanu St., Honolulu. All persons having claims against the firm of Yuen L'ing Co., are requested to present the nam fortwith to the under signed, at his office in Honolulu, and all persons indebted to paid Yuen Lung Co., are requested to make immediate pay ment to the iinderpi:rnrl. J. ALFRED MA GOON, Next Po3tolficc, Merchant Street. 3411-1 w Send a copv of this week's Ha- waiian Gazette with your foreign letter.