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Tllia PACliTlC COMMISItCIA-L ADVJgllTISJSlt: IIQNOMJIjU, JAN UAH Y 1L 1801.
TWO NEW INVENTIONS.
avuoiAh business items.
Hurrah for the 17th !
V. C. 1'arke has lost a fox ter
Kaiulani litter3 aro
the talk of
The International Schuetzen
League meets this evening at 7
There asx small-sized hattleon
board the Andrew Welch yesterday,
between the mate and one of the
The funeral of the late F. S.
Pratt will probably take place on
The Kaiulani Bitters seemed to
be a bitter dose for the Bulletin to
The Electric Light Company ex
pects to be able to give an exhibi
The much hoped for race between
the two captains did not come oft'
Makua, a boat boy, succeeded in
"skipping out" on the barkentine
The full report of the meeting of
the Councils yesterday will be found
on the second page.
Subscriptions for any publication
in the world are received by the
Hawaiian News Company.
The oflicial notice of the 17th of
January being a national holiday
appears in another column.
Nine Chinese gamblers were ar
rested yesterday afternoon. They
were all released on bail, $25 each.
T. J. King leaves for the Coast
on the Monowai to bring another
cargo of hay and grain for the Cali
fornia Feed Company.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the People's Ice Com
pany will )e held on January 18th
at the Chamber of Commerce
A Chinese boy named Chun You
stabbed a young native in the back
yesterday and inflicted two painful
wounds, Chun is in jail, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon.
Prof. Alexander's most interest
ing article on the history of the
Hawaiian monarchy is continued
this morning. It will be found on
the first page.
The band concert at the hotel
last evening was given in honor of
T. H. Davies. After the concert
was over Mr. Davies complimented
the boys on their music.
David Cumberland, an Austra
lian lad of 16, was locked up in the
Station House yesterday. He had
stowed away from Newcastle, N. S.
W., on the schooner Bangor.
George Mundon, of Kapaa, -who
broke his arm on New Year's day,
was improving rapidly at last ac
counts. Mr. Hundley, who had
one of his leg3 run over by a bul
lock cart, was also recovering.
The matter of Chinese immigra
tion was considered by the Coun
cils yesterday in executive session,
and it was voted to treat the matter
in accordance with the reply of the
Cabinet to the planters.
The hopes of the Rev. J. G. Hoa
pili, of Kona, have come to naught.
His wife will not permit him to
join the company at the Hawaiian
Village, and the reverend gentle
man feels that it a the duty of an
obedient husband to submit.
The five-ounce hen's egg that has
been on exhibition in the Hawaiian
News Co.'s window for several days
past was broken open yesterday
morning. The egg contained a per
fect yoke with albumen, and ano
ther perfect egg inside of the ord
People seem to be getting very
careless in regard to leaving their
doors open. The offices of the U.
S. Consulate and T. W. Hobron,
and the store of the Sing Wo Com
pany, on Nuuanu street, were all
found open by members of "the
finest" last night.
Piko Miranda, a black Portu
guese who assisted Ferreira in the
latter's brutal attack on a country
man, was arrested on board the
barkentine S. G. Wilder yesterday.
The police had been hunting high
and low for Miranda, and yester
day they were told that he was to
leave on the Wilder.
The Y. M. C. A. Review for the
present month was issued yester
day. The paper is replete with in
teresting news pertaining to the or
ganization. Mr. Walter C. Weedon
contribute? a lengthy New Year
poem dedicated to the Y. M. C. A.
Mr. W. A. Bowen's article on the
bookkeeping class, under the aus-
pices of the Association
A First-class Knife Sharpener and
a Unique Knife.
Mr. Frank Walcot, an English
inventor, has appeared in Hono
lulu, and is disposing of his wares
with considerable success. The
principal one of the two things lie
handles, is an emory knife sharp
ener, which is really a wonder in
its way. The dullest knife or
scissors take a very sharp edge
after a short application to this
wonderful piece of stone. After
filing the edge of a knife, and
making it as dull as possible a
very few strokes on the stone will
make it as sharp, almost, as a
The second of Mr. Walcot's in
ventions, is a most unique knife,
that contains a number of useful
articles. There are two blades of
first-class steel, a corkscrew, a
two and a half inch graduated
rule, a glass and pattern cutter,
and, last, but not least, a pair of
scales that will weigh anything
that is not heavier than twelve
pounds. It is a most convenient
tool for the pocket.
The Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has taken hold of the knife
sharpener, while the Yokohama
Bazaar, on Hotel street are
agents for the knife. The
former sells for a dollar, and the
latter for the low price of fifty
C. M. V. Forster will hold a
power of attornoy from T. J. King
during the latter's absence from
.The Yokohama Bazaar
COR. IIOTKL AND NUUANU 6TKEKTS
TJAS JUST APPROPRIATED A
'JUL novelty, consisting of a MAGIC
POCKET KNIFE. This knife contains
besides the usual blades, a glass-cutter
that will cut easier than a diamond
20,000 feet of glass ; it will also be found
useful for a paper pattern cutter ; it has
also a balance "that will weigh anything
up to 12 lbs. This was the greatest suc
cess of the World's Fair. We have only
a limited number. Ihe inventor has
kindly offered his services by showing
the purchasers the way of using this
wonderful knife on Saturday, January
13th. Price, only 50 cents. 3584-2t
MEETING OF THE INTER
national Schuetzen League will
be held THIS EVENING at 7 o'clock at
the rooms over the Merchants' Ex
change. A full attendance is requested,
as special business of importance is to be
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
ing of the Stockholders of the Peo
ples' Ice& Refrigerating Co., will be held
THURSDAY, January 18, at 2 o'clock
p. m . , at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce. A full attendance is request
ed to consider a change in the By-Laws.
J. H. FISHER,
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB
sence from Honolulu, Mr. C. M. V.
Forster will act forme and the California
Feed Co. T. J. KING.
Jlonolnlu, Jan. 12, 1894. 3584-3t
FROM THE RESIDENCE OF W. C.
Parke on King street, near Keeau
moku, on the 9th inst., a white Fox Ter
rier with a black patch around each eye ;
collar marked "Parke;" dog answers to
name of "Shindy." Finder will be
W. C. PARKE.
January 11, 1801. 358l-3t
i NE CUSHION TIRE
Safety in eood order.
in use only six months. Enquire
Corner King and Richard streets.
, , - -
EITHER THE CAPTAIN NOR
A rents will ho responsible for an v
debts contracted by the crew of the Bark
Margaret without a written order.
WILDER & CO.,
Frank Tozit or Tozer
1)LEARE CALL AT THE OFFICE
of W. G. Irwin & Co. for important
POSITION AS HOU.SKKEKPER.OK
I to take care of hii invalid. Address
Lad v," this office..
HOU) PIN. UWNKR
s4m nv leaving ptoper des
cription at ths o'Mo an 1 in event of
proof of propetty, and paying for this
SUBT" Nicely-furnished Iloom to
Rent ilrat door below the Pacific
Club. 3584-3 1.
ZST I)e Tank, of tie Timz.Vl&d
ii dold id id node ud tot e wad poid tu
bab idfucda, t.o e cuud on the Podo
graf mad id Arlidtnd Iilok, tu tuk a
coiJdo ob mudical esedectuns, and,
fctrade tu bay, e Wad fcood a.-j wtd as
eber. Tri id yudsef. Revero this
notice for explanation.
jlGsuno.C i .Cjx ua.va
tu HOAv bu uood feWAV oil '.Cus- o) a3uuji;
4puu 'tmojpaidw juojsnni jo esjnoo
5JOO) 4iaaj)s iojoji 5(Dois uo9ujJV
oi) UI uuiu tpiujiiouoqj oij) uo )V0
oq od 'trtianuui oabij oj 3uio3 sum.
ail UlSnoiii puu osou s( uj ppoo puq
an -gjiwjr or; jo mvx OIlL SS
JST" The Vacific Hotel, corner
of Nuuanu and King streets, is the
place you can obtain the best of
Wines, Beers and Spirituous Liquors.
Knw. Woltek, Manager.
Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Pure Silk Stockings, Hand Run Silk
Scarfs, Accordeon Veils (the latest)
can be found at Sachs' Store, Fort
Street. 3oGS-tf '
ffT World's Fair Trays, 50c;
World's Fair Purses, 40c; Ladies' Era
broidered Handkerchiefs, 10c; Initial
Handkerchiefs in boxes, at Sachs',
Fort Street. 3503-tf.
j23f Have yon seen the line line
of French dressed Dolls at Eoan &
Gunn's; all sizes,'all prices. These
dolls must be sold before Christmas.
gJST' If you want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at tho I. X. Li.
gjGT American Enameled Button-Hole
Buttons for Sale at the
I X Li.
EST" 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.
J3T" 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.
gXP" Frompt returns made on
Goods sold an vsmmission at the
L X. L.
BREWER Ac COMPANY
rpnE REGULAR QUARTERLY
JL meeting of the stockholders of C.
Brewer & Company.Limited, will be held
at the Company's offices on Queen street,
in Honolulu, SATURDAY, the 13th
inst., at 10 o'clock a. u.
E. F. BISHOP,
Secretary, C. Brewer & Co., L'd.
A COMFORTABLE FUR
nished Room on Nuuanu Avenue,
just above the first bridge; rent
Apply at Advertiser office.
Resil Estate for Sale.
7 VALUABLE PIECES
of improved Property, locat
ed in different parts of the
the city of Honolulu ; all bar
gains. Apply for full parti
BUUCE & A. .1. CARTWRIGIIT.
McNEAL AND URBAN SAFE
1Y in Hi
rf-t-class condition. Apply at
this office. 3oG4tf
Hawaiian Hotel Barber.
(1 US. MAUEK HAVING LEFT THE
T islands, Charley Hawkins recently
from the East will have charge of the
above business. The public will not
only find him a first-claes tonsorial
artist, but also a thorough gentleman.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
the Hawaiian Islands, Mr. C. M.
White will act for me under power of
attorney in all matters of Macfarlane
Xc Co., Limited.
E. C. MACFARLANE.
Honolulu,' Jan. 0. 1804. 35S0-3t
nY COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN,
y situation of trust or help in gentle
man's family; highest references. "M.
A. P..,". this office. 3579 2t
Our Mr. T. J. King goes
to the Coast by the Mono
wai for another full cargo
of Hay and Grain.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
A Fine Lot!
BARK VELOCITY !
NOW ON SALE AT
Very -Reasonable Prices
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
Notice to tlie Public.
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
inform the public in general that he
will RON 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 22 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 on the
same route as well as a wagonette, which
is to run to Moanalua and meet the two
busses at Kaiihi.
3250 tf F. SMITH.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of this Company will be
held at the office of Messrs. W. G.
Irwin & Co , Limited, at 10 a. u. on
TUhSDAY, the 20th oi January,
proximo, to consider a proposed amend
ment to the Sj'-Laws.
Honolulu, December 2a, 1S33.
t or Kent or for Sale.
SE VE RAL COT r AG ES C ENT
Jjl, rallj' and pleasantly located, com
plete with Bathrooms, Gardens,
Servants' Houses, Stables, etc. For
further particulars, apply at ray office,
No. 40 Merchant Street.
II. 8TANGENWALD, M. D.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE OX LUNA LI LO
street, at present occupied by E.
V. Holds worth, containing double
parlors, 4 bedrooms, dressing an
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen. Grounds S00xl05 feet, well laid
out; servants' room fc. stable and chicken
house in rear of main building.
R. I, LILLIE
2S22-q -Uh Theo. H. iav:s V
THE LARGE STONE
Dwelling House opposite Kawai
ah"o Seminarv. The House is in
pood repair with seven comfortable Bed
rooms, Bathroom, Tatent Closet, Laun -drv
Tubs and fine lanrc tllar. Applv to
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1S93. So26-tf
purpose of showing that the
Caligjiapii will tand rough
Do you know that most
business men who operate a
typewriter themselves, prefer
the Caliguapji to other ma
chines? Why? Because having
to use the machine, they
buy the typewriter easiest to
learn, combined with speed,
durability and niceness of
work. The Caligrapii posses
ses these qualities.
They're the oflicial telegraph
typewriter, being selected after
exhaustive competitive con
test. They're the best type
writer for you.
Some Caligkapjis in stock.
Call and examine.
T. W. Hobrop, Agent
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Going Out of tlie Dry
CO UiM ENCING
Next Monday, Oct. 2
Oar entire 8tock will
REGARDLESS OF COST
Values totally unknown to the purchas
ing public of this town will greet you.
We are in Earnesi. !
We ar Sincere !
Come in to see us and brin your
Clias. J. Fi;
r Sri- A, JL11-
I WILL PAY CASH, FOR iliiilK
JL lartt or small quantities of ns?l Pa
waiian I'osta Staics, 3 fo)io7,t:
(These oS'ers ar er hundred nn.i any
quantity will 5 iMCtpteJ, cu ni'icr nw
small, a t:e samr rat;s.)
1 cent. r;o:? ?
1 e?nt, bine
k rent, rosn
' wVSIL. ViUlll.uli.....
I 2 or.f hrevrf;
! 2 cent , roj;-..
! !:!.. da; h biz-.;. ,
6 cent, cresn 2 5:)
10 cent, black
10 cent, vermilion. .
30 cent, brown 2 50
12 cent, black 6 00
I" cent, manve ti 00
1 5 cent,, bro-rvn on
IS cent, red q
2o cent, parp:t- m 00
50 cent, red '5 00
$1, carmine 03
1 cent envelop 50
2 cent envelope 75
4 cent envelope 2 00
5 cent envelope 2 00
10 cent envelope , 5 00
3S7-o torn stamps wanted at tny
GEO. E. WASHBURN,
P. O. Box 206S. San Francisco, Ca'..
Wines, spirits and Beers
Between Fort and Nuuanu.
The HAWAIIAN GAZETTE,
semi'-weeklv, is issued every Tues
day and Friday morning.
A. F. COOKE,
managed. Hawaii an
KEJi TILIZEli CO.
THE ARMORY, BEBETAKIl ST.,
3?. O. 13 ox 4-41.
Pneumatic and Cushion Tire Safeties
For rent by the day or hour. Hiding
leesons given day or evening.
AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED
American Kainble! Safeties
Fitted with Elliptic sprocket and J. t
J. corrugated air tube tirr. Tliese tires
can bo litteil to any pneDu.iti: alety,
they are ivractically puncture proof, do
not slip on wet roadf, und u.re very L&t.
An v desired jr ear can k fnmisiiv! with
tbeBe wbeelci from u. 5;; ?o S3.
A FULL LIN1-. OF-
Columbia Bicycle Parts
Also, Lamps, Bells, Whistles, Bundle
Carriers, Lubricating Oil, Illuminating
Oil, Trouser Guards, lire Tape and Rub
Xmas ! Xmas ! Xmas!
A few new second hand boys and
girls' Safeties on hand for sale
cheap during the holidays.
All Kinds of Bicycle Repairing Done
at short notice and at reasonable prices.
All work pnaranteed. Work from the
other islands attended to and returned
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. (i. E. Boardman