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PACIFIC COIMEKCUL ADVERI1SHI Six Pages. tie Ja.t fear uut; Let all the end thou aliu'at at be Thy Country', thy Uud'i, and Truth'. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1593. CITY IMPROVEMENTS. During the road board past lias monin ith the doinp- ng the ide of heen good work in iniprovi sidewalks on each t King street. Commencing near Alapai street the f-idewalks have heen curbed with heavy three-inch planks which with their posts were well tarred before being set in position. This work has been car ried out with two or three short exceptions as far as where the Waikiki road branches off, near the old rille ranee. It i3 a trreat improvement to the street, and a comfort to pedestrians. The large Sam.ing trees opposite the Catholic cemetery which have blocked the sidewalk for year3 have been cut down and removed. In front of Thoma? gqunro a fine stone curb- fGhtry aiTftIT-O0'!. made from ing uniiaiuu-u equal n2rhrsJatv Ar:::i 'ZKSTIFP- She Bttfe that she A - 11. ing has been plal'lnevc. lava rock quarried a The blocks vary from one to feet in length, and having been neatly dressed on the top and front, make a good and durable curbing, as good, one might say as any found abroad. The plan is eventually to surround this beauti ful park with stone curbs, which will improve the appearance very much. It is to be hoped that some day in the near future some one of Hawaii's millionaires Jwill gener ously provide for a statue of Admi ral Thomas, after whom this park was named. ? Some of the prettiest residents in the city are along King street where the improvements noted above have been made. A tourist, riding in the cars the other day, remarked on the smooth macadam roads and fine cottages that line the streets, referring especially to those on the upper side of King street, from Thomas square to the Government nursery ; that he had nowhere seen finer homes than" those and others inllonolulu, with their endless va riety of vines, flowers and trees. And every one must admit that Honolulu has some very tasty and enviable homes not confined to any one street, but scattered along almost every street. Speaking of trim cottages, it may be remarked that paint, judiciously applied, often adds as much to their attract iveness as flowers and trees. Any one can see this who will notice the residence of Mr. Hoting, Consul of Chile, whose house has lately been burnished by an artist of taste, which shows what a painter's brush can do. Returning to roads, it must be admitted that the road board, through its supervisor, i3 doing first-class work, and there has never been a time during the past ten year3 when our roads, as a whole, have been kept in better condition or greater improvements made in them than during the present year. Mr. Cummings has been a faithful and diligent officer, and under the immediate super vision of Minister King, has accom plished more and better work than ha3 been done by any of his pred ecessors. Of course, the whole city cannot be attended to at once, but the Nuuanu sidewalks and other ugly places will be attended to in time. 1'tzblic Concert. The Hawaiian band, conducted by Professor Berger, will give a public concert at Emma square this (fcaturdav) alternoon, com mencing at 4 :30 o'clock. Follow ing is the programme : 1. Overture "I ruritani"...Bousquet 2. Piccolo solo "The ' Deep Blue Sea" Brewer 3. Clarinet Solo "Louisa Miller" Bergson 4. Cornet Solo "First Kiss" Newman "Waltz "New Melodies" . Arranged by Berger G, selection ".Folksongs of Italy" Bempezotti Hawaii Ponoi. Amateur Baseball Today. The first game of the recently organized amateur baseball league will be played at the league grounds this afternoon at 3 :30, the contesting clubs being the Planets and Healani. Admission 25 and 10 cents. CHURCH SERVICES. st. Andrew's cathedral. fTl ine eervices of St. Andrew's cathedral for tomorrow will be as ioiiows : hoi v communion nt : m. Special music'and sermon at the 11 o clock service. Evensong in awxu at o:olp.m. evensong iiu fcermon at i :6) p.m. itie services of the Second Con gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe oral tomorrow fiinfl follows : 9 :45 a.m., morning prayer with sermon ; Venite, Handel in F : um, uarrett in .L Hat; Bene .11 a- . uicius, .Maunder, B flat; hymns 203 and 255; anthem, "Blessed are they that dwell in thv house. by Tours. G :S0 p.m.. evening nravsr ilin sermn; Magnificat, Smart in , ; unc Dimittis, Havergal in E; Mackintosh, pastor. All are cor- dially invited. ...:iL ' ox j - CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. bunday School at 9:45 A. M. rublic worship at 11 7:30 p.m. a.m. and at 1 he Kev. Vm. Racier of Oakland, Vyai-, Will nrpanh mnrnincr nnr m - awaaas A Vt evening. S-m m Sunday Mornintr. subieet. '-Ths religion of power ; evening, subject, All are cordially invited to these services. Y. M. C. A. SERVICES. Sunday, 11 a.m., at Oahu Jail 1 :15 p.m., at the Barracks : 3 :30 p m., viuie study at Y. M. C. A. ; C :30 p.m., Gospel praise service at V. M. C. A. Tuesdaj', 7 :30 p.m., prayer meet at l . m. u. A. LATTER DAY SAINTS. Reorganized Church of Uu-ooiiers Christ of Latter bnriids. j-hat Rett lies M ??2v Saints: Mili- laniA'ATl, rear of Opera House. Services will be held on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Bible class; 11 :15 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m., preach- V. m t iT- ing by Elder J. C. Clapp. Tcu? luurrtisciuc?: Notice. UNDERSIGNED HEREHY certifies that owing to the pressure in other braccbes of business, have this day entrusted the entire management of liquor trade to Mr. S. Kimura of this city, wno has full power of attorney to act for me in the same trade. K. OGURA. Honolulu, August 15. 1893. 3461-3m Dividend Notice. AT A MEETING OF THE DIRFC tors of the Hawaiian Sugar Co. hel J August 18th, a dividend of 22 per cent, was declared on the capital stock of the Company, payable at the office of the Agents,Wrm. G.Irwin & Co., Limited, on and after September 1st, 1893. WM. G. IRWIN, Treasurer H. S. Co. Honolulu, Aug. 18, 1893. 34C1-1U Copartnership Notice "VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT l. Ho Leong, C. Kara Seu, Ah Tong, C. Kim Sing, G. Kim Hee and Yee Sing, all of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, do here by form a copartnership under the firm name of Sing Wo & Company.- The business of said copartnership is selling goods, merchandise, etc., at retail at No. 43 Nuuanu St., Honolulu aforesaid. And it is further announced that Ho Leong alono is authorized to sign the firm name of the Company. SING WO & CO.? 3400-1 w Election of Officers. AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Kilauea Volcano House Co. held this day, the following of ficers were elected for the ensuing year: W. R. Castle President John Ena Vice-President E. C. Macfarlane Treasurer T. W. Ilobron Secretary P. C. Jones Auditor The above officers also constitute the Board of Directors. T. W. HOBllON, 3400-1 w Secretary. For Sale. THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT and Investment Company oilers for sale shares of Inter-Island Steam Navi gation Co. Etock, shares of Hawaiian Sugar Co. stock, shares of Kilauea Cy clorama stock, shares of Volcano House stock. 3453-3t For Kent. A ROOMY COFTAGE ON Nuuanu Avenue, adjoining the Afong homestead. The Cottage is built of stone and is hard finished throughout. Possession given August 1st. Apply to MRS. AFONG, 3441-tf Waikiki. Notice. URING MY ABSENCE FROM these islands, Messrs. Bruce & Alex. J. Cartwright will act for me in all business matters under a full power of attorney. 3457-36t GEO. C. BECKLEY. For Sale. A SURVEYOR'S OUTFIT. CAN be seen at C. BREWER & CO'.S, 3434-1 m Queen Street. Notice. NY PERSON HAVING ANY xV claims against Mrs. J. J. Langa will confer a favor by sending them to the undersigned at once in duplicate. J. J. LANGA, 3460-2t U. 8. S. Boston. UA1L.Y PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, AiiVEKTISEK, AUGUST 19, 1893. rcto Utoirtisrmcuts. Something New ! Novel ! and Necessary ! We have to offer you this week in the shape of i?r v , vT ?? vUJ-.- -- SPi jnn r. -ijxvux Mcipiiids! A few months ago we called your attention to these Good and to the fact that we would soon be prepared to supply you. its so Ion'' since, vou have probably fonrottfin nil about it. We had commenced to think ourselves that the mannfnr-- turers had mislaid our order and on writing to ncp.4nin t ne delay were informed t.ha i 1 i7 -.-.vviniiu Tyq" r: "1 - oilers c --wTVJllI L-1LHJIII III -fff, I King Btre ,.S'o great that CtlCU UlllCl Ililll IU UtJ LtllvKIl 111 turn, and ours being away down on the list, it would take some time to reach it. We had these goods made up in Kvlbrhsoax, as they arc the nicest and coolest goods to wear. In the hacks and fronts of these Shirts, pure, soft wool has been skillful woven to protect the lungs from cold. To those who cannot wear all-wool garments, these goods are a boon. New and fresh from the looms, a novelty never before introduced here, and an abso lute necessity to those who de sire to maintain their health. 3See our corner window. M. McINERNT. Mortgagee's Notice of Intent' oa to Foreclose tnl d S:b NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant to a power of sale contain ed in a certain mortgage made on the 18th day of August, A. D. 1883, by S. Kaina Keaweolu and M. Kapolei Keawe olu, his wife, of Ivapualei, Island of Mo'okai, to Waiheo Sugar Company, a corporation under the laws of this Gov ernment, cf record in tin KegisierOffi c, Honolulu, in Lib?r 113, on pag( s 217, 218 ar.d 2U, iul for biesch of conditions in said moitgage deed contained, to wit: the non-payment of interest when due, the mortgagee intends to foreclose the said mortgage. Notice is also here by given that the property described in the said mortgage will be so'd at public auction at the court house at Wailuku, Island cf Maui, on the 23d day of Sep tember, A. D. 11)3, at 12 o'clock noon of that day. The property to be sold is thus described : 1st All that land situated on the Isl and of Molokai, known as the Ahupuaa of Puaahala, the same being convejed by A. J. Cartwright under date of .January 4, 1SSG, recorded in Liber 9C, folios 4('3, 470 and 471. 2d All of those p'ece or parcels of land situa'e.l at Kaamola, Island of Mo lokai, granted to Mauoha, Royal Patent No. G032, L. C. A. 240v, contaiLing 9 acres, 728 square fathoms and being con vcved by the said Mauoha under date of March 12, ISO!, recorded in Liber 41, folios 15 and 16 3d All of those pieces or parcel3 of land situated at Kaamola, Island of Molo kai granted lo Pupuka, Royal Patent No. G0G3, L. C. A. 240x, and conveyed by Kalawaia Kapenaki, the grand son of" Pupuka, recorded in Liber . E5rPurchase price payable in U. S. Gold Coin. Conveyances at purchaser's expense. WAIIIEE SUGAR CO., By John "V. Kalua, Attorney. oSFurther particulars can be had at John W. Kalua's Law Oilice at Wai luku, Maui. 3461-td National Iron Works QUEEN STK TO h.1 Between Alakea and Richard Streets. T M1E UNDERSIGNED ARB PR K- rareJ to make all kinds cf Iron, Brass, Bronze, Zinc and Lead Castings; also a general Repair Shop for Steam Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills. Water Wheels, Wind Mil!, etc.; Machines for the cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oil Beans, Ramie, Sissal, Pineapple Leaves and other tihrn-- plants; also. Machines for Paper Mock, Machines for extracting Starch from Maniock, Arrow Root, etc. X2F""A11 orders promptly attended to. White, Hitman & Co. 3423-tf Lost. MAY 4TII, A PLANTATION a. Draft for .f 2GJ.75 endorsed over to Hop Hing A Co by C. Ho, Hilo. A suita ble reward will be paid for returning the same to H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. 3459-lw 'ca Dfrltsciiifiitf 307 August 14, lSgj. it you have had much trou ble or wasted timfi in hpaHnrr eggs, you should adopt the newest method and set a "Keystone Egg Beater." You simply break your eggs in the glass container put on the lid and turn the crank. In less time than it takes you to tmnK about it, you ha ngnt enough to float in the air. ilie "Jlultum in Parvo" 'L?0"3 have .arrived auu lauies wno line to nave tneir clothing or pillow shams nuttea can do it with one of these combination irons. The price is low compared with the service j-ou get out of one of tnem. . Our stock of Silverware has been very largely increased of late ana we can supply you wuii me Handsomest silver i tuners we nave ever oiiered; the designs are all new and rather more taking than we have had the pleasure of showincr you before. W ha. also received some single silver tea pots which we sell ejawi- toadies who do Lineal v the ex- I " 110t Care to indulge i. "tPR,.LNews Co. and the Drug .Stores. travasrance of a full silveitts set. Silver match boxes suitable for every day use and as a present to a gentleman. The best lime or lemon squeezer we ever saw is one made of metal with a porcelain bowl in which to catch tbe juice. They don't cost much more than an ordinary metal one and they are much more economical, because you save every particle of the liquid. Several of our customers for "Jam Jars" have been disap pointed, because wre could not supply their wants. Our stock is complete now and you can get any number you telephone for Three thousand feet of Garden Hose came to us on the Australia. The Hawaiian Hardware Co., 307 Fort Street, Honolulu. Have You Seen the dainty little STRAWBER RY FORKS in sterling silver at H. F. WICHMAN'S ? Do you know that they are absolutely the correct thing, and that even a poor berry will taste sweet if eaten with one of these little implements ? Do you know that we have lots of new and striking Goods in every line ? Don't forget that we have THE ONLY LINE Of Fine Leather Goods in the city, and that we can suit your taste. in color and quality at moderate cost. BJ. 517 FORT STREET. GRAND CHIT ! -AT- iu iiia iiiio Lit tire 11 on urr I'hlj-u Anzust 3"j o'clock. trio lijiit.-lathe Cliarcli. I'KOGi: 5 i .- 1 i wvenure :JNva;ian Ban.!. o ri . . . . , . .icie r jean. 3--S rr Cutlh.i i lrio .:i.-s I'.iv. :r TTr, arA sir. .vicurew. 5 S!rini it:., v. i. o i isa .o:il'. o i-iute fcolo Mr Barsytti. -Overture Hawaiian Band. S Duet. . ..Mrs. Paty and Mr. WakeGeM. y mediation Tr t ,..... ( ...... ...... a . ui 10-Sonj? Mr Booth 11 Kcho J'lecP .Mr. Kr.u prnn l Afr ivapua. i- Lnoru.s Mi.; i.lv.,..,.. Hawaii Ponoi. Admissioh 50 cntt. STicketa to l.o nUlnr.,;?, i .- 3tr,o-st rnn.TTnn Just Arrived ELEGANT DESIGNS per Albert INT vnmi The Handsomest Line of Goods ever rn p;rted into these Islands, COMPRISING LATEST KOVELUES SCCU AS Wicker Sets and Pieces ; Reed and Rattan Sets; Antique Oat Sets, bideboards; Wardrobes, Tortierres ; Mattincr, CI airs ; Tables, Etc., Er. Manufacturers of Special Designs Furniture, Upholstery, Mattresses, etc. All Repairing and Matting Laying attented to promptly. OliDWAY & P0RTEK Importers ard Manufaetortrc. HOTEL STREET. gfiTBoth. Telephones. 3460-lw A Card. TO THE PUBLIC: HAVING RE ceived Tools, Machines and a Stock of Goods from San Francisco per steamer Australia, I have opened a Tinsmith and Plumbing business in the rear of the re sidence of Jas. Nott, Jr., second door east of the Beretania-street Armory where all kinds of work w ill be done cheap for cash. I have placed my brother, Jas. Nott, Jr. in charge, who will act for me with full power cf attorney in said busi ness. Respectfully soliciting a share of ihe public patronage. THOS. NOTT. To my friends and the public : I have been placed in charge of the above men tioned business, and thanking you for your kind favors of the past,wonld respect fully solicit a continuance of the same. All orders will receive prompt attention. I remain, Yours respectfully, JAS NOTT,'Jk. g?"Ring up Mutual Telephone 244. 3453-q DE. BRODIE Has Resumed Practice o. '19 Beretania OFFICE HOURS: 8 to 9 and 7 to 8 p. m. Street. A. M., 1 to 3 20"Botk Telephones No. 32G. 3151-lm C mm Ml mi) inn r mi JUitli Enterprise Beer O O O - ErH 5w I 1 . O PL, 11 Q O o Enterprise Beer Nzrs MANY LADIES -:- Have ruined a beautiful and faultless complexion by the use of powders and washes composed largely of lead, arsenic and other noisonous metallic substances, which not onlv roughen, irritate and discolor the skin, but by absorption into the system, produce headaches and nervous disorders of a distressing and dangerous character. CAMELMWE FOR rrilK IMPROVEMENT A"'D PRESERVATION OF Soothes the skin irritated imparts a natural and healthful dorsed by the highest medical from objectionable substances. rSTPOWDER AND LIQUID eXST FOK SALE BY HOLLISTEE & Fort A NEW I 1NE OF Invoices of Goods ex Amy Turner PACIFIC HARDWARE CO rn t oneFIl A. Water Filter at Ixw Cost ; Hall, Banquet and Hunting Lamps; Revere Garden Hose; Turkey and Ostrich Dusters ; Tuck's Packing; Coe's Wrenches, Zinc and Brass Oilers ; Cow Bells ; Carriage and Machine Bolts ; Nuts and Washers; Sal Soda; Ox Bows; Cut Nails, Galvanized and Plain; Cotton Waste; Horse and Mule Shoes, Horse Shoo Nails Tinware, Rinsing, Dish and Dairy Panw, Cork Screws, Charcoal Irons, Yard Brooms, Locks, Night Latches, Yale Locks, Disston's Saws, Kiles and Cane Knives, a full assortment; Katchet and Spofibrd Braces, Hook Hinges, Brass and Iroa Butte, Chisels, Squares, Bitts, Chest Handles ! Cup Hooks, Paints, Lamp Black, Putty, Brushes, Insecticide Wash and Spray Pumps. S. TBEGLOAN & SON. GRAND nminer SPECIAL SALE ! 100 Dozen Four - in U.SUAI. I-KICK 100 Dozen Four - in USUAL riiICK I! Great Clearance Sale 1-1 COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1893. We will oiler anything in our P Large At Greatly KjSCaW and see for offering in all Departments. Egan & Gunn, Fort Street. Canadian - Australian Steamship Line IN CONNEC TION WITH The Famous Tourist Tickets per Canadian. Pacific liallway are 5 -Second Class and $10 First Class, Less than Yy United State lAn STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY. 0r"THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe ; also, to Brisbane and Sydney. FOR BRISBANE AND SYDNEY Steamers eail 23rd each month . FOKVICTO AND VANCOUVER, B. C Steamers sail Aug. 1st, Aug. 31et, Oct. 2d, Nov. 1st, Dec. 2d and Jan. 1st, 1893. FREIGHT AND PASS. AGENT -5 : D. McNicoll, Montreal Canada; Robt. Kerr, Winnipeg, Canada. M. M. Stern, San Francisco, Cal. ; G. McL. Brown, Vancouver, B. C. CXbwtistminiB. THE COMPLEXION ! by injurious applications and tonn and nnnp.nrntipn Fti. authority as absolutely free PRICE 50 CENTS. mim CO.. DRTOfiTSTS Street, Honolulu. Stoves and Baiiges WiSTtRN. DANDY. A supply of tbo favorite REDWOOD. and Australia just to hand for the . . W W j m.A JmJ AJSEW LINK OK O- DISPLAY OF Neckwear! - Hands at 25 Cents 50 CKNTS KACII. - I hinds at 555 Cents 75 CENTS KACII. 1 Stock of Goods I Reduced Prices! yourself, the bargains we are CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. Route of the World. o t3TFor Freight and Pamie :nl " geneial inionnation, apply to m I I i Tlieo. H. Davles & Co. Agents for Hawaiian Islands.