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if m I V Ml: established Julr Si 1850 VOL.. XIX., XO. 3580. IIOXOIUIAJ, IIAWAIIAX ISL.ATDS, 3IOXDAY, JAXlTAKY, 8, 1894. PIUCE: 5 CENTS. if "Business (Earbs. HAWAIIAN Abstract and Title Co. KO. -43 MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU, H. I. f. M. tiatcU Cecil Brown W. K. Castle J. F. Brown, W. K. Frear President Vice-President - Secretary Treasurer & Manager Auditor This Company is prepared to Jjfrch records and furnish abstracts of title to all real property In the Kingdom. Parties placing loans on, or contemplat ing the purchase ol real estate will find it to their advantage to consult the company in regard to title. All orders attended to with prompt ness. Bell Telephone 225: P.O.Box 1M. The Hawaiian Safe Deposit AND Investment Company. Has superior facilities for buying and selling STOCKS -:- -:- BONDS and is in a position to handle large blocks ol btocks paying cash for same, or will cell upon commission. Kwa Plantation. StooVc Can beMi3posed of by us in large or small lots at fair prices. fiiVR nKPOSIT BOXES of various sizes for the safe keeping of all sorts of valuables rente! at reasonaoie rates. Silverware and Valuable Articles taken on storage for a Ions or short period., rApply for particulars to THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT UU. 3514-tf 40S Fort Street, Honolulu, j (3. SKEWER & CO., L'D Que eh Street, Honolulu H. I. AGKNT8 FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Co. Onomea Sugar Co. Honomu Sugar Co. Wailuku Sugar Co. Waihee Sugar Co. Makee Sugar Co. Haleakala Ranch Co. Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line San Francisco Packets. Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Lina of Boston Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Underwri ters. List op Officer: Hon . J. O. Carter, President & Manager George H. Robertson - - Treasurer E . F. Bishop - - - : - Secretary rini W- v. Allen - - Auditor tt. Wiifjrhonse Esq. J- Directors. e i Esq. I. ) 8. C. Allen Esq Iron Works QTJKKN STREET, Between Alakea . and Richard Streets. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE pared to make all kinds of Iron, Brass, Bronze. Zinc and Lead Castings; also a general Repair Shop for Steam Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc.; Machines for the cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oil Beans. Ramie, Sisaal, Pineapple Leaves and other fibrous plants ; also, Machines for Paper Stock, Machines for extracting Starch from Maniock, Arrow Root, etc. X5"Ali orders promptly attended to. White, Hitman & Co. 342S-tf Massage. TRS. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE lYl tiQf ehn will Attend a limited num- tn. Address at H. M. Whitney's, King st. ; Bell Telephone 75, Moil Business Cariis. M. E. Grossman, D.D.S. DEHSTTISTj 93 HOTEL STaKT. 70rricx Houbs 9 a. v. to 4 r. m. i)H. K. I. MOORE DENTIST, Office: Arlington House, Hotel St, Pailor 2. jsCrGas Administered. Office Iloui'.s : 9 to 12 aud 1 to 4. 3271-lm Oris. ANiiM & LDND, DKNTT1STS, Si a to i St., odl. Dr. J. S. McOrew SZ3u an , sMiN:Tit:i. i). B. KLPLEY. Office New .wafe Deposit Building, HoaoLUXTJ, H. I. Plans, Specifications, and Superintend ence given for every description of Build, ing. Old Buildings successfully remodelled and enlarged. Designs for Interior Decorations. Maps or Mechanical Drawing, Tracing, and Blueprinting. SJf Diawirg? tcj J- l- Newyupx LUustraticn. .PANTHEON Bath and. Shaving Parlors D. W. Roach, Proprietor. Corner ITort unci Hotel Streets. 1, Platter, Chiropodist 3502-3m IF YOD ARE THINKING Of having a new Bath Tub, Patent i"ti i';yV. vlInlT H rt Water Tlrsilpr Gntteis. Conductors, tove Pipe, Water PiLe or anything in the Tinsmith or Plumbing Line, either in new work or t l n;r;',r rr wrmlrl nlp.TRPrl 11 --kii nitViov nor ouuauj v. r - f.-.n;nV..l All vrorlr cmT'ntfifid P.nd hv to. pnhnnn. estimates llUUklUCU! " w. . oftonorl fo W rpsnffitfiillv i : 4. tr.iAa, Khnr T?prpf nn i -i DUllWlb J UUi LltUl w, m . i f k street, secona aoor east oi Please ring up Mutual Telephone 244. Per Jas. Nott, Jr. 3453-q HUSTACE & CO., Dealers ni WOOD AND COAL Also White and Black Sand which w will Bell at the very lowest market rates. gJLT Bell Telephone No. 414. XJ' Mutual Telefhosb No. 414. 3493-ly CENTRAL MAEKET! NXTTJANTJ STREET. First-class Market in every respect; be sides carrying a iuu line oi Jieaw, we make a specialty of Breakfast Sausages, Head Cheese, Pressed Corn Beef. WESTBR00K & GARES, 3437-q Pbopbietob. wu fioJItt ArtrptiTTHTCTiia deliver- ed by carriers for 50 cents a month. Ring up Telephone 88. Now is the time to sunken o THE HEW JEWELRY STORE ! 503 Fort Street, ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ANY THING IN THEIR LINE. Souvenir Spoons! a specialty. Also, on band a fine stock of imported JEWELRY. EVERYTHING IN THE LATEST DESIGNS. 52TIsland orders promptly attended to. P. O. BOX 2S7. MUTUAL TELEPHONE 463. E. A. JACOBSON Man ('hong Kestaurant BETHEL STREET, HONOLULU. BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL STREETS. The Best 2-Cent Meal in Town ! jflSfKowl in season on Tuesday. Fri day and Sunday ; Broiled Chicken every Sunday Morning. TICKETS FOR 21 MEALS $4,501 gg"Try it! 3517-tf Criterion Saloon I? ICR. VXTSTRAJ-iIiV Another Invoice of tb celebrated JOHN W1ELAKD EXTRA PALE Lager Beer Also; a fresh Invoice of CALIFORNIA OYSTERS FOB OYSTER rOOKTAlLS L. II. DEE, - Proprietor. 3406 Htorxei JSteaxn c m mm mm ' . u f ruvs .M'r.i couxectloner , . ;-r Crvit ht Baker. - Valevhone. L . irl. D EE, I jobber of 1 VVines, Spirits illSl! BeerS 1 HOTEL STREET, I ocfcwwu i uu 1 qi'7 n I -vio-q I . -mr -W- -r- "V "wy I JAiS l LH V 1)1111 IV h UilOHjii CC WVXVXL UIE and firk INSURANCE AGENTS AGENTS FOR HEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTON, iEtna Fire Insnranre Co. OST- HARTFORD. The niuBtiated Tourists Guide That popular work, "Tub Touristm Guide Through thb Hawaiian Isl- ajcds," is meeting with a steady sale both at home and abroad. Tourists and others visiting these islands should o in possession of a copy of it. It is a per tect mine of information relating to tne scenes and attractions to be met with here. Copies in wrappers can be had at the publication office, 46 Merchant street, and at the N9w Dealer Price 69 cent (Dcixcrai 3.Docnisnncn is. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., HARDWARE, Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort Street. 3575-ly J. M. DAVIDSON, Attorney and Counsjllor-at-Law. Office 58 Merchant Street. F. M. WAKEFIELD, Attorney and Counsellor at . Lw Temporary Office with O. W. Ashford, Merchant Street, Honolulu. 3394-ly WILLIAM C PARKE, ATTORNEY - AT L.A VV AVI Agont to taka Acfenovrloctgsuat Orncx No. 13Kaahumanu btre:, Hono lulu, 11. 1. W;H. BENSON, I13SI O TTJ3ST EE Leave orders with Thomas Krout-e, Arlington Hotel, King Street; Tele phones: Mutual 630, Mutual 4S9. 3046 lnitf H. HACKFELJD a CO tieneval Commission Agents Qot. Kort & Qaeen Bt., Honolulu LEWERS a COOKE, (f uocesiors to Iiewers & Diokaou) Importer and sealer in tniaber 'And sll Kinds of Building Material. No.83 FOBT STBEET, Honolulu B. W. M'CHISNKT, J. M. T. W. M'CHKSNKY. 124 Clay St., S. F. 40 Queen 8t, Hono. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. Wholesale Grocers, Commission Mer chants and Importers 40 Queen Bt., Honolulu. LEWIS & CO.. Viiiitele and Hetaii fowm.. ill ?OBT jjTKKK'i , BEAVER SALOON, FortHtret, Oppoalto Wlllr . 1 B. J. NOLTE, PBOPBIETOB rint-clMB Lunches Berved wltb Te&, OotJr Bods Water, Ginger Ale or M1U Open From 3 a. m. till XO . , tararaoteis'Bequlsltesa 8peclalt JOHH T. WATERH0US&. importer acd Ut GENERAL KBKO 1 A ?T s s . s No.25-31 Queen Street, i.?ot.oi HONOLULU IRON WORKS 00.. Steam Hhit - v Rollers, 8nar 21111s, Cool"', t - anft Lead CaHtlBss. And machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ships' blacksmithing. Job work excutd on the shortest notic. -SANS S0UT' HOTEL SEASIDE RESORT, WAIKIKI, : HONOXiTjr.17. ilI desire to find no quieter haven than the 'Sans SoucV, and may well add tvith the poet: 'In a more sacred or pequestered bewer, Kor nymph nor Faunus haunted.' ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON.11 P. C. Advertiser, Oct. 7, 1893. T. A Simpson, 35:3-1 y ' MANAGER. Notice. AND AFTER THE 1st OF ' ' January, 1S94, the J etailing of dry goods will be discontinued. THEO. H. DAYIES & CO. S574-lw Something New ! IF YOU ARE GOING TO HILO, Hawaii, do net forget to call in at the Olaa Restaurant. J. LYCTJRGUS, 3540-tf Proprietor. THE LATEST HEWS FROM MAUI, The Champion Hen of Maui Out does Herself. A JAPANESE CRUSHED TO A JELLY. A Euce Smokestack Falls on an Un fortunate Laborer and Instantly Kills Him-nStray Scribbling From One of Our Maul Correspondents. Maui, Jan. 6. Dariog new year's evening one of the largest and most successful dancing parties of the sea son was held in Spreckelsville Hall, throueh the courtesy of Mr. Hugh Center, manager of the plantation. "Old Probabilities" was in a pleasing mood, and the Kahului Railroad Company's train conveyed a goodly number of Wailnku, Kahului and Makawao neoDle to the scene of fes tivity. Ropes and garlands of fern adorned ceiling and wall, to which the erav tints of bunting made stnk ing contrast. Leaves of the palm and cnava were also intertwined and huge Chinese lanterns added their quaintness to the pretty effect. In one corner a grouping of choice pot led plants claimed attention; in an other the figure of an elephant, con structed of pretty foliage, was con epicuons. Behind a bower of greens v.e Wa?lrTvn fstrinc hand. comDOsed of four musicians, discoursed bar- J A mony that caused eager ieet 10 trip lightly across and down the glassy fl rrn Af fi-an t m.- Floor Manacrer V. Grother arranged the opening don on voblfVl WAS followed bv UOUVV) - a lon,g and varied programme of terpsichorean events. The presence of a coterie of Cali tniana tomnnmrilv eneapfld on the plantation, furnished the many fair ones presenii wiiu owmuj jjqho galore, and as many as thrrty couples were noted keeping time to waltz About a hundred guests enjoyed the lavish spread of viands in the dining hall, ana returned iuunj4 lu Caterer Brittain for his efforts in their behalf. . . . . . Wha tJmp-Vionorpd Vir?inia reel. executed most vivaciously, formed the farewell event of a most enjoyable party, and it was 3:30 "in de morning by de bright light" before the guests sane "After the Ball" as the spirit of steam pulled tnem nomewaru. 'PEBSONAIi MENTION. Mrs. A. C. Greene of Makawao is host of friends much anxiety by her prolonged and sericus illness. Mr M. Walsh, formerly man a ger of Paia plantation, was married nn "Naw Year's dav to Miss Hattie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andiew Sproul or uaKiana, jai. vongratu from Maui friends. VARt.prrlav was a "red letter" day for Mr. and Ms. B. D. Baldwin, of Makawao; it marked the advent or a son and heir. The fond parents think it is the prettiest baby in the world. Arrivals cn Wednesday, the 3d incf ir slpamnr Claudine: Mrs. H. P. Baldwin and Miss Maud returned trt TJflilm. after a loner visit to Chi cago and Oakland. Miss Annie Al exander, of the latter city, accompa nied her relatives. Mr. G. P. Wilder, superintendent of the Kahului Railroad, also re turned. Mrs. Wilder was detained in California owing to illness. Mr. J. G. Anderson, Jr., was also on the list, and he intends to visit his uncle, Hon. James Anderson of Makawao, for several months. The gentleman is a member of the Ander son Pressed Brick Co., of Ogden, Utah, a firm that took the gold medal at the World's Fair for the best pressed brick in the United States. Mr. W. O. Aikens of Makawao has recently been appointed port surveyor of Kahului, a position to which he is peculiarly fitted, owing to his exper ience as agent of the Waimanalo Steamship Co. STBAY. SCBIBBLINGS. At the Japanese wrestling tourna ment held at Hamakuapoko, Christ mas Day, the Kaluanui champion bested the Hamakuapoko athlete in three successive rounds and thus won the prize a vase, huge and quaint. Makawao is still ahead. The dis trict possesses a hen which recently laid an egg weighing exactly 7$ ounces. Next ! The Paia and Hamakuapoko plan tation men enjoyed December 25th and 26th as holidays, and so New Year's was unobserved. During the 1st inst., while the men at Hamakuapoko were raising by windlass two sections of a new iron smokestack of mammoth dimensions to its position, just at the time when fourteen inches more would havo comDleted the difficult task, the ropes gave way and down came the mon ster, crushing to jeny an uniortunate Japanese who, either" through heed lessnessor out of bravado, did not floe when other bystanders concluded that ineir saieiy lay in uiuu xuo m"? was badly bent. The Japanese named dano, wno was arrested for the malicious burn ing of the cane on the Pioneer plan tation on Snndav the 4th of Decem ber, has beon held to answer beforo the jury at Wailuku next term, xnis Japanese is the one whom "Detec tive" Chester A. Dovle. by clever dis guise and a thorough knowledge of the Japanese language, discovered to . 1 H I T. MA nave oeen one ox iuu gumy uumwh. Wailuku district native Sunday Schools held a convention during Christmas Day and Makawao fol lowed suit during Happy New Year at Pookela Church, MaKawao. a no different schools represented were, Wailuku, Huelo, Haiku, Keokea and Makawao (two). The exercises passed off most fittingly and happily. There was an aroma or nappy xeei ing in the air which aided the many events of the day's programme. Prominent Hawaiians present were Kev. Hamaiteie, Aiessrs. o. tv.xva- lua, J. Kalama, S. &ame, J no. Fin ney and Judge Kealoha. During the afternoon a large and inviting luau was served at the residence of John Kalama, Esq. The Wailuku minstrel show will take place at the skating rink next moon. Spreckelsvillo plantation com menced grinding this week. The schooner Weatherwax, Cap tain Smith, arrived in Kahului this week. She brought coal from Vic toria for the railroad company. The schooner Anna, Captain Nor berg, arrived in harbor after dark on Thursday, the 4th inst. She was pulled in by row boats, the wind hav ing entirely vanished. She brought merchandise and left San Francisco on the 15th of December. The Anna and Consuelo will po part sugar laden some time next week. Weather: Showery now and again. Wind : South and warm during most of the week. ' HAWAII AT THE FAIR. The Australia Takes a Great Many Attractions for the Village. The Australia carried away a great many attractions for the Ha waiian exhibit at the Midwinter Fair. The fellow of the 14-foot shark which was caught only to die a few weeks ago has. not yet been secured, but a youngster about two feet long was shipped, as a forerunner of the monster to follow. For several weeks different speci mens of Hawaiian fish have been caught and consigned to a tank on the west side of the harbor, where they have lived together very amicably. About fifty of these were put aboard the Auetralia. A considerable number of coffee trees of various sizes wero also shipped, which will go to enhance the tropical effect . of the fern stumps and cocoanut branches which have already gone before. The riding bullocks which created such a sensation in Honolulu a few days since aro also safe on board, and it is safe to assume that they will make a much bigger sensation in San Francisco than they did in Honolulu. Quite a large colony of native Hawaiians were also passengers. Mrs. Ailau, Mrs. Oliver Stilltnan, Mrs. Keohokalole and other Ha waiian ladies were among the num ber. They wili show how mats and hats and fans and wreaths are made in Hawaii. The girls will dance in their modest 'and decor ous way the cowboys will ride their bullocks, and in general things are expected to go as merry as a marriage bell. A considerable number of Ha waiian exhibits of various sorts were also sent up, and the steamer of the 11th will take more. A New Preacher. J. Kekipi was ordained at J. E. Bush's church, on Printer's lane, yesterday morning. Those who participated in the ordination ser vices were ex-Revs. J. Paaluhi and J. Niau, J. E. Bush, J. K. Kauna mano, L. W. P. Kanealii, W. A. Kiha and a Mr. Halawale. A col lection was taken up, which amoun ted to $37.50.