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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAI, ADVERTISE!: HONOIiTJETJ, JA2sUAEY 4, 1894.
Two more cases of scarletina are
reported from Hilo.
A diamond ring "has been lost.
Findtr will please return to this
Thfc Executive and' Advisory
Councils meet at half-past 1 this
afternoon. , . '
E. A. Jacobson, the jeweler,, is
prepared to manufacture anything
in his line.
Oily Bill has gone back to La
hainn to wait for another rumor of
A Eale of Government land at
Puna, Hawaii, will take place on
Wing Wo Tai & Co. have re
ceived a large number of nw
Our 18J4 Calendar should be re
ceived with every copy of today's
The annual, meeting of the Sail
or's Home Society ha 8 been post
poned until tomorrow.
A ladies' gold watch, key wind
ing, has besn lost and a reward for
its return is offered. Bring to this
James F. Morgan will hold an
auction sale at the residence of
Mrs. J. Ailau at 10 o'clock this
The box plan for Saturday
night's benefit concert opens at 9
o'clock this morning at L. J.
An account of the proceedings of
the Board of Health at their meet
ing yesterday will bo found on the
Wilder's Steamship Co. have de
clared a quarterly dividend, paya-.
ble to the stockholders at the ofiice
of the compan'.
day's Advertiser to mail to their
friends, can obtain them at thi3 of
fice or at the new3 stands.
W. H. Cummings, the Road
Supervisor, was fined $10 and costs
yesterday, for an assault and bat-
lery on .Airs. j. v. iunca.
Dr. E. L. Hutchinson, the den
tiet- has returned from Maui. H
has opened an office at the corner
of King and Richard streets. !
The Chicago Inter-Ocean pub
lishes a very clever cartoon in
which Mr. Cleveland is rigged out
as the famous Mrs. Malaprop.
Thomas Bartow has resigned s
principal of the Milolii EnglisK
school, Kona, Hawaii. He intends
taking up his studies again at uanu
The three members of the Board
of Education who are at present in
the city, tendered their resigna
tions from that body at a meeting
The Paradise of the Pacific, the
Anglican Church Chronicle and the
Y. M. C. A. Review will all be pub
lished in time to be sent by the
Australia next Saturday.
A laree number of new subscrib
ers have been enrolled on our books
since the eight-pae edition was
started. The people want the news
and know where to get it.
Advices from Wailuku indicate
that the new year came with a quiet
which contrasts very happily with
the bombs and firecrackers of Hono
lulu. Not. a single arrest was
Purser Munro, of the S. S. Mio
wera, is still on board that steamer.
He paid out $500 to the men of the
Miowera during the holidays, so
they were not in need of money, as
The Provisional Government's
answer to President Cleveland's
request to step down and out, will
be found on the first and third
pages of this issue. It is now
made public for the first time.
An inquest was held yesterday
on the body of Keliihapa, the na
tive who was found dead on Tues
day morning. The jury found that
he came to his death from the ef
fects of a fall while drunk, his
head probably striking a sharp
stone in the road.
The plaster in the room formerly
occupied by the Auditor General
fell on Tuesday directly on the
place where Captain Ziegler sleeps
when off duty. Had he been tak
ing a nap, as is his custom at the
hour when the ceiling fell, he un
doubtedly would have been instant
ly killed, as over five hundred
pounds of plaster fell on his bed.
The Supreme Court was occupied
most of the day yesterday with the
Banning case. Judge Frear being
-disqualified, Judge Whiting took
his place, but as he succeeded in
convincing the Court that he was
disqualified also, Cecil Brown oc
cupied the vacancy. -
Dr. Taylor, U. S. K, will be a
passenger from here for the Coast
by the S. S. City of Pekin, now
Bill Williams, who had the con
tract to deliver 300 tons of stone
ballast on board the Miowera, ex
pects to complete his task this
afternoon. The 3Iiowera changed
her position yesterday in order to
put ballast in the forward part of
the vessel. As there are over 150
tons of ballast yet to go on board
the vessel, it is likely that -the ship
will, not leave for San Francisco
The following passengers are
booked at the office of the Agents,
Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co., to leave
by the Australia on Saturday :
Miss Kaauwai, Mrs. Keohokalole,
Miss Reuter, O. Stillman, wife and
two children, J. Smith, Mr. McVoy,
Jr., Master Sharratt, Mrs. Victor,
Master Richards, Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Ailau, Mrs. Lothrop, Mrs. Gar
rett and 6on, F. R. Robinson, F.
W. Bliss, Mrs. E. C. Bond, Miss
Crawshay, C. Behne, W. Water
house, F. M. Hatch, A. L. Williams
and sob, M. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.
Clemenson, S. Parker, H. A. Wide
mann, Jr., Miss K. Cornwell, W.
P. Boyd and wife.
The Hawaiian Exposition Com
pany will send another large ship
ment of exhibits to the Midwinter
Fair by the Australia next Satur
day. Among tfce things to be sent
are native mats and tapa, poi
boards and pounders, surf-boards,
etc. Apu, the expert surf-rider
from Niihau, will be among the
twenty-five natives who will go up
on the Australia. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ailau will take with them ten native
women, who will make leis, fans
and hats at the Fair.
More New Books.
The following books were re
ceived by the Honolulu Library by
the last mail :
Y Shakespeare's England, by Wil
Mornings in Florence, by Ruskin.
Venetian Life, by Howells.
An Embassy to Provence, by
i Americans in Europe, by One of
j Ivar the Viking, by Paul B. du
j Marion Darche, by Marion Craw
To Righf the Wrong, by Edna
A Picturesque Spectacle. '
Hilo was the scene of a singular
spectacle on the day the Kinau
sailed. Henry West, royalist, had
unhappily staked his faith and his
money on the restoration of. Mrs.
Dominis with the incoming of the
new year. He staked and lost, of
course, and was condemned to par- j-
ado the quiet streets of Hilo clad
in red, white and blue, and wheel a
keg of nails through the streets of
of the sleepy little village in a
wheelbarrow, decorated with the
The following officers were elect
ed last evening, for a period of six
months, by the International
Schuetzen Club: President, H.J
Klemme ; Vice-President, Gus.
Cordes; Secretary, F. Miller;
Treasurer, E. Klemme ; Sergeant-at-Arms,
C. Wichert ; Guard, Mr.
LADIES GOLD WATCH, SOLID
gold case and key winder. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by returning
same to this ofiice. 3577-3tt
DIAMOND RING, PLAIN GOLD
band set with 3 stones. Lost pos
sibly in vicinity of Kinau and Victoria
streets . Finder return to this office.
Sailors' Home Society
THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET-
ing of the Honolulu Sailors'
Home Society will take place on
FR1D Y, January 5th, 1894, at
11 a. m., at the room of the
Chamber of Commerce A full alten-da-ice
of t e members is reqnested.
F. A. SCHAEFEK,
Honolulu, January 2. 1S94.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITJGZ18.
The Misses Alba can't sing
as long as the Phonograph can with
out getting tired, but they can draw a
large and appreciative crowd at popu
lar prices. Many of the songs sung by
these talented ladies may be heard by
paying a visit to the Popular
Phonograph Parlors, and choos
ing from the extended programme of
operatic airs, Popular Ballads and
choice Instrumental Music, which
every visitor has an opportunity to
inspect and select from. People's
Prices at the Phonograph Par!or3T
Arlington Block, Hotel Street, uoor
Per S. S. Australia, SOth
December, 1893 Oregon Apples In
Many varieties of Eating and Cook
ing; Navel Oranges, Frozen Oyster3,
Fresh Salmon, and a Large Supply of
Smyrna and California Figs, Nuts and
Raisins. Mutual Tel. 378.
Camfobnia Fruit Market.
1 3575-3 t
The Pacic Hotel, corner
of Nuuanu and King streets, is the
place you can obtain the best of
Wines, Beers and Spirituous Liquors.
Edw. Woivter, Manager.
tUCT Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Pure Silk Stockings, Hand Run Silk
Scarfs, Accordeon Veils (the latest),
can be found at Sachs' Store, Fort
Street. - 3563-tf.
fSt World's Fair Trays, 50c;
World's Fair Purses, 40c; Ladies' Em
broidered Handkerchiefs, 10c; Initial
Handkerchiefs in boxes, at Sachs',
Fort Street. 3563-tf.
29r" Have you seen the fine line
of French dressed Dolls at Eqan &
Gunn's ; all sizes, all prices. These
dolls must be sold before Christmas.
X? If you want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at the I. X. Lu
EX American Enameled Button-Hole
Buttons for Sale at the
I X L
For Bargains In New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc, call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Bugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer
and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges,
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
Nuuanu and King streets.
SET" Prompt returns made on
Goods sold on vjmmission at the
I. X. L.
A Fine Lot!
NOW ON SALE AT
Very Reasonable Prices !
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND IS DUE
xjL and payable to the stockholders of
Wilder's Steamship Compau3T, Limited,
at their office. S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1894. 3577-1 1
DR. E. L. HUTCHINSON, THE
Dentist, has returned from Maui,
and has opened an office, corner King
and Richard streets ; entrance on Rich
ard street. Mutual Telephone 535.
HAS BEEN -
Postponed Until Further Notice.
2X3""atch for the announcement.
Real Estate for Sale.
7 VALUABLE PIECES
&Jpf- f improved -Property, locat
OHM ed in different parts of the
a the city of Honolulu ; all bar
gains. Apply for full parti
BRUCE & A. J. CAKTWRIGHT.
For Kent or for Sale.
SEVERAL COTTAGES CENT
rally and pleasantly located, com
plete with Bathrooms, Gardens,
Servants Houses, Stables, etc. For
further particulars, apply at my office,
No. 40 Merchant Street.
H. STANGENWALD, M. D.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO
street, at present occupied by E.
W. Holdsworth .containing double
parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing an
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid
out ; servants' rooms , stable and chicken
house in rear of main building.
R. I, LILLIE,
with Theo. H. Davies & Co.
A GOLD PUT. OWNER MAY
have same by leaving proper des
cription at this office and in event of
proof of property : and paying for this
THE LARGE STONE
Dwelling House opposite Kawai
ahao Seminary. The House is in
good repair with eeven comfortable Bed
rooms, Bathroom, Patent Closet, Laun
dry Tubs and fine large cellar. Apply to
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1893. 3526-tf
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands.
In Bankruptcy. At Chambers.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
Estate of Wing Hing of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, a Bankrupt.
Creditors of the said Bankrupt,
are hereby notified to come in
and prove their debts before the
Circuit Court of the First Circuit, at
Chambers, at Honolulu, on FRIDAY,
the 5th day of January, 1894, between
the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon
and noon of the said day, and elect
one or more Assignees of the said bank
By the Court.
3574-4t ; Clerk.
COTTAGE CONSISTING OF
Sitting Room and 2 Bedrooms,
furnished or unfurnished, with
Bathroom or Stable ; short distance from
town no objection. Apply to "No. 4,"
office of T. H. Davies & Co.
PLEASE CALL AT THE OFFICE
of W. G. Irwin & Co. for important
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER OR
to take care of an invalid. Address
"Lady," this office. 3575-6t
AMcNEAL AND URBAN SAFE
in first-class condition. Apply at
this office. 3564 tf
Notice to tlie Public.
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
inform the public in general that he
will RUN A BUS from the corner of
King and Fort streets, to the old Slaught
er House at Kalihi, leaving there THIS
MORNING, at ten minutes past six and
running every hour; and also leaving
town at 12 o'clock and 5 o'clock sharp,
until a proper time table is made up,
which will be issued on Monday. The
fares will be 2& cents to Kamehameha
School and 5 cents to Kalihi. Another
bus is being built and will be ready in
a short time, and will be put cn the
same route as well as a wagonette, which
is to run to Moanalua and meet the two
busses at Kalihi.
3250-tf F. SMITH.
"VT EITHER THE OWNERS NOR
JAi the nndersieroed will hft rpRrx-msihlo
for a;!V debts contracted by the crew of
the above vessel. C. BACKUS,
A. F. COOKE,
Administrator's, Sale of Real Estate.
PURSUANT TO AUTHORITY CON
ferred upon me by ordTir of His
Honor W. Austin Whiting, First Judge
of the Circuit Court, First Circuit, on the
19th dav of December, 1893, 1 shall, upon
WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of January,
1894, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of the
Station House, on Merchant Street, in
Honolulu, Ieland of Oahu, offer for sale
to tho highest biddsr, the following des
cribed property, belonging to the Estate
of Mariano Cainacho, deceased :
All that piece or parcel of land situate
at Kaakopua, between Fort Street and
Emma Street, Honolulu, rearly opposite
the East end of Kukui Street, described
as follows: Beginniog at the South
corner of this lot, that is at the West
corner of Kiheipua land, from which the
Government Survey Station on Punch
bowl lies N 85, 45 E true meridian,
thence running N 50, E (magnetic 1871)
85.5 feet along Kiheipua ; thence N 38,
W 66 feet; thence S 48.30 W. 81.3 feet to
the South corner of Kiheipua lot; thence
S 32, E 40 feet along Ahuli lot ; thence
S 36.30, E 24.5 feet along Makanaheje
hele to the place of beginning, (all said
bearings being magnetic) containing an
area of 5435 square feet; (surveyed by C.
J. Lyons, 1871) said land being a por
tion of Apana 1, Royal Patent 142, Land
Commission Award 1592 to Kauo.
Dated December 21, 189?.
J. ALFKbD MA GOON,
Administrator Estate Mariano Camacho v
858S J 510-3 w
On and after the ist of
January, the Store known
as "Ka Maile" will be clos
ed out and be retired from
business as rapidly as pos
sible. Cash will be exacted
for all sales after that date;
prices will be reduced on
Patrons are requested to
settle their accounts as
rapidly as possible.
Mrs. (Sr. E. Boardinan
jE T Oil AM. If
Special attention is called to our
New Stock of
JUST OPENED COMPBI3IKG :
SILK DRESS GOODS
Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchief?,
With American or Hawaiian Flags.
Shawls, Sashes, Table Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.,
Cotton Crape of Different Grades
Shirts, Pajamas, Suits,
Kimono Patterns, Etc.i
Fancy Porcelain Tea Kets,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vases, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Albums, Fans, Paper Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Etc.,
Importer of Japanese Goods
206 Fort St . , near Custom House.
purpose ot showing that tho
Caligraph will stand rough
usage. ' ": .
Do you know' that most
business men who operato a
typewriter themselves, prefer
the CALiGRApn-: to other ma
chines? Why? Because hav
ing to use the machine, they
buy the typewriter easiest to
learn, combined with speed,
durability and niceness of
work. The Caligraph posses
ses these qualities.
They're the official telegraph
typewriter, being selected af fcer
exhaustive competitive con
test. They're the best typo
writer for you.
Some CALiGRAPns in stock.
Call and examine.
T. W. Htibron, Agent
How often it has been said by
the croakers that there is no
business, everything is dead,
times are hard, and everything
is going to the bad hero in
Honolulu, but the Cali
fornia Feed Co. are not built
that way; we say business is
good and getting better every
month. And to prove what we
say we have had to take larger
and more commodious ware
houses. We have just com-
J. F. Colburn, whereby ho
gives up his old stand, corner
Queen and Nuuanu streets.
We take possession on Novem
ber 15tb. Our old place at Leleo
is too small for our fast increas
ing business, hence the change.
We expect the Hawaiian
i j i nr i i. r
uarK immna ilia lu arrive
here again in a few days
with her fourth full cargo
of hay and grain bought
by our Mr. J. N. Wright who
will arrive on the bark. We
prefer to select our merchan
dise ourselves rather than have
others do it, which means
that we get better goods at a
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hope
by strict attention to a busi
ness we thoroughly understand
to merit the patronage of as
We intend to keep a large,
wen seiectea scock oi me
very best hay and grain to be
had in the California market,
and we are going to sell it.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I WILL PAY CASH, FOR EITUER
large or small quantities of used Ha
waiian Postage Stampft, as follows :
(These oiTer.s tiro pet bnncirecT and lzlj
quantity iJl r. accepted, n. ntu;er iow
small, at the f;trae rate.)
1 cent violet
1 cent, bine
1 cent, green
2 cent, vermilion.
2 cent, brown
2 cent, toa
2 cent, violet, imiib,
5 cent, dark blue 150
C cent, ultramarine blue X 00
6 C3nt, jrreen.. 2 50
10 cent, black....... 4 CO
10 cent, vermilion 5 00
10 cent, brown.. 2 50
12 cent, black . 6 00
12 cent, mauve 6 00
15 cent, brown 5 00
18 cent, red....... 10 00
25 cent, purple............ ; 10 CO
50 cent, red 25 00
$1, carmine 25 00
1 cent envelope 50
2 cent envelope 75
4 cent envelope.. - 2 00
5 cent envelope 2 00
10 cent envelop 5 00
ESyNo torn stamps wanted at any
GEO. K. WASHBURN,
P. O. Box 2063. 6an Francisco, Cal.