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Till: PACIFIC COMMERCLVL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU, JANUARY 18!)1.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Hurrah for the 17th !
The Monowai left at 3 o'clock
A 25-gallon nickel-plating outfit
13 for sale.
Two English-speaking Japanese
forth next week.
The hand plays at Emma
Square at 4 :30 this afternoon.
After several false alarms, the
electric lights started up last even
ing. Mr. Stoeckle will entertain young
and old at the Phonograph Parlors
The postponed auction sale of
the Emmes property will take place
today at noon.
A number of people have ex
pressed a desire to celebrate the
17th with a ball.
A specimen of the sisal fibre was
handed around yesterday. It is a
very long, strong fibre.
Go to the subscription depart
ment of the Hawaiian News Com
pany for any periodical.
What's the matter with a big
bonfire on the top of Punchbowl
next Wednesday night ?
Owing to the paper famine one of
the native papers, the Makaainana,
is printed on wrapping paper.
The crew of the U. S. flagship
Philadelphia had a boat drill in
the harbor yesterday morning.
The 19th day of February has
been appointed as the day for
proving the will of the late Ono
The Sentinella, the principal
Portuguese newspaper of Honolulu,
begins its third year of publication
C. W. Ashford left for the Coast
yesterday, presumably to add his
valuable testimony to that of Mr.
The funeral of the late F. S.
Pratt will take place at 3 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon, from St An
" ' The conclusion of Prof. A. B.
Lyons' interesting article on the
"Geology of the Islands," appears
on the second page.
The regular quarterly meeting
of C. Brewer & Co., L'dM will be
held at 10 o'clock this morning at
the company's. office.
The leases of Morrell, Ocean,
Pearl and Hermes reefs, and Mid
way and French Frigate shoals,
will be sold at auction on February
The steamer W. G. Hall left yes
terday morning with the smallest
number of cabin and deck passen
gers on record since her arrival in
The Advertiser will celebrate
the 17th, as it celebrates every
other great national holidaj', by
giving its employees a rest. No
paper will be issued.
Yesterday, on the departure of
the Monowai, C. W. Ashford was
surrounded by a bevy of dusky fe
male admirers, who saluted him
with leis and other tokens of affec
tion. King Dade the well-known horse
trainer, has retired from the turf,
and will be found at Roach's bar
ber yhop in tho future. Ke "pol
ishes pedal integuments" and wants
his friends to know where he is.
She Objects to Being Locked up
Vina King, whose case was re
ferred to the Circuit Court for settle
ment, created quite a scene when
taken out to the prison yesterday.
As soon as she was well inside the
jail yard she threw herself on her
face on the stone floor and tore her
hair. She scratched her face until
the blood flowed, and declared that
she would ratherdie than be locked
np in the prison. After rolling in
the dust for a while she was locked
up in a cell to await her trial.
When Viua was taken from the
Police Station she wept bitter tears.
It is said that she has transferred
her vagrant affections from Wash
ington to a turnkey in the Station
House, and was heart-broken at
the thought of leaving.
Artistic printing at the Gazette
But the Clerk had to Explain the
The Kaiulani bitters have been
talked of a great deal during the
last few days, and a funny incident
in connection with them came to
light yesterday. Naturally, this
incident has not been talked
of to any large extent, but it has
leaked out, and i3 positively true.
A lady, not a residdent of the
islands, who wished to take a few
specimens of the more unique fea
tures of island life back to the
States with her, has been a con
stant reader of the Advertiser
since she has been in Honolulu,
and of course she read the article
in the paper about the now famous
"panacea." Not being very well
posted in regard to politics, or else
glancing only at the headlines, she
looked on the matter aa an adver
tisement, and thought that a pat
ent medicine manufactured so far
away from home would be a curi
She called at that vast emporium
on Kaahumanu street during the
day and asked a clerk for " a bottle
of that medicine you know, the
one with the Hawaiian name." Not
realizing that anyone could pos
sibly mean the bitters, the polite
attendant did not faint ; but when
the lady at last remembered the
name and asked for the " Princess
Kaiulani Bitters," Mr. Davies' un
derling nearly swooned. He pre
served enough presence of mind,
however, to explain that the bitters
were not put up in bottles.
The Coming Holiday.
It has been finally decided that
the parade on the 17th will tako
place at 9 :30 in the morning. All
the companies will turn out, and a
biz display will be given. It is
expected that the Annexation
Club will complete its part of
(he programme today.
The Vancouver Line.
London, Dec. 25. Mr. J. H. Ho-
can, M. P., in an article m tho
Westminster Review, says that the
Huddart-Parker scheme has power
fully impressed politicians and
traders on both sides that an im-
imperial subsidy to the Vancouver
mail service will help to federalize
the British postal service.
Daily Advertiser, 50 cents per
month, delivered by carrier.
For Sale at a Bargain.
complete with Solution.
Anodes, Storage and Primary Batteries,
etc . Enquire at the Armory, Bcretania
street, or address P.O . Box 441. 3585-lw
'pWO INTELLIGENT JAPANESE ;
young men; (just arrived) desire
positions. One is a first-class cook, the
other wants work in a store. Both speak
English well. Address T. TODA,
2585-3tt P. O. Box 259.
The Yokohama Bazaar
COB. HOTEL AJTD NUUAJTU STREETS
HIS JUST APPROPRIATED A
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.C00 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. The inventor has
kindly offered his eervices by showing
the purchasers the way of using this
wonderful knife on Saturday, January
13th. Price, only 50 cents. 35S4-2t
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB
sence from Honolulu, Mr. C. M. V.
Forster will act forme and the California
Feed Co. T. J. KING.
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1894. 3584-3t
NE CUSHION TIRE RAMBLER
Safety in good order. Price $60 ;
in use only six months. Enquire
Corner King and Richard streets.
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN NOR
Agents will be responsible for any
debts contracted by the crew of the Bark
Margaret without a written order.
WILDER & CO.,
POSITION AS UOUSRKEEPER.OR
1 to take care of an invalid. Address
Lad ." tin office..
M A Y
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cription -r Hi s fi H'i 1 in v?n of
proof oi jir -pHriy, j-ml payum lor this
advert txi unt i:44Stf
BjGT' Nicely-furnished Room to
Rent first door llow the Pacific
EOF De Tank of da Timz.V. ad
a dold ill is node ad tot o wad go id tu
hub idfueda, so e caud on the Podo
graf mad id Arlidtod Blok, ad tuk a
codse ol nnalical sedectims, and,
8 trade tu say, e wad sood ns wed as
eber. Tri id yudsef. He verse this
notice for explanation.
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'puu 'bCiopoaiasj psioisnm jo osanoo
v, oo) ')oojjs lajojj poit uoiSninv
oqj u iieui qduj8oaoq,i oii no pojio
oq os 'uznonyuf o.vuq o) ihijolf stjai
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(DO The Pacific Hotel, corner
of Nuuanu and King streets, Is the
place you can obtain the best of
Wines, Beers and Spirituous Liquors.
Kdw. Woitek, Manager.
SJCJ" Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Pure Silk Stockings, Hand Itun Silk
Scarfs, Accordeon Veils (the latest)
can bo found at Sachs' Stoke, Fort
ttT" World's Pair Trays, 50c;
World's Fair Purses, 40c; Ladies' Em-
broidered Handkerchiefs, 10c; Initial
Handkerchiefs in boxes, at Sachs',
Fort Street. 3oG3-tt.
Have you seen the fine lino
of French dressed Dolls at Eqan &
Gdnn's; all sizes, all prices. These
dolls must be sold before Christmas.
27" If you want to sell out
your FtniNiTUKH in fta entirety, call
at the I. X. Lu
American Enameled But
ton-Hole Buttons for Sale at the
P For Bargains In New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
eis, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc., call at the I. X. K, corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
,257 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.
Prompt returns made on
Gocd3 eold an xni mission at the
I. X. L.
BREWER Ac coivir:xY.
riMIE REGULAR QUARTERLY
k. meeting of the stockholders of C.
Brewer & Corapany.Limited, will be held
at the Company's offices on Queen street,
in Honolulu, SATURDAY, the 13th
inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
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.
Real Estate for Sale.
7 VALUABLE PIECES
of improved Property, locat
ed in different parts of the
tho city of Honolulu; all bar
gains. Apply for full parti
BKUCE & A. J. CART WRIGHT.
A McNEAL AND URBAN SAFE
in first-class condition.
Hawaiian Hotel Barber.
QUfi. MAUER HAVING LEFT THE
islands, Charley Hawkins recently
from the East will have charge of the
above business. The public will not
only find him a firet-class tonsorial
artist, but also a thorough gentleman.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
the Hawaiian Islands, Mr. C. M.
White will act for me under povrf r of
attorney in all matters of Macfarlane
& Co., Limited.
E. C. 3IACFARLANE.
HonoluluJan. 6. 1894. 35S0-3t
OY COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN,
O situation of trust or help in gentle
man's family; highest references. "M.
A. B.," this office.
Our Mr. T. J. King has
gone to the Coast by the
Monowai for another full
cargo of Hay and Grain.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
A Fine Lot!
BAKK VELOCITY !
NOW ON SALE AT
Very Reasonable Prices !
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
NUUANU STR RET.
Notice to tlie Public.
rrMIE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
JL 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 leaviDg
town at 12 o'clock and o'clock sharp,
until a proper time table is made up,
which will be issued on Jlonday. The
fares will be 2)2 cents to Kamehameha
School and 5 centB to Kalihi. Another
bus is being built and will be readv 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 Kalihi.
3250 tf F. SMITH.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
OF THE STOCK-
this Company will be
held at the ofhee of Messrs. W. G.
irwin x ;o , Jimiteu. at JU a. m. on
TUESDAY, the 30th of .January,
proximo, to consider a proposed amend
ment to the By-Laws .
Honolulu, December 26, 1S93.
Sfor Rent 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, dressine 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.
11. I, LILLIE,
iS22-q wit), Theo. H. Davies A Co
THE LARGE STONE
11 .uweiiiniz tiouse ormosne Kawai-
1 "TV IV . . -r-r-
ahao Seruinarv. The House is in
good repair with seven comfortable Bed
room? Bathroom. Patent Closet. Laun -
dry Tubs and fine lar:e cellar. Applv to
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
purpose ot showing that tho
Caliokapii will stand rough
Do you know that most
business men who operate a
typewriter themselves, prefer
tho Caliquapii to other ma
chines? Why? Because having
to use tho machine, they
buy tho typewriter easiest to
learn, combined with speed,
durability and niconess of
work. The Oaligraph posses
ses those qualities.
- They're tho ofhcial telegraph
typewriter, being selected after
exhaustive competitive con
test. They're the best type
writer for you.
Some Caligkapiis in stock.
Call and examine.
T. W. Hobron, Agent
CHAS. J. F1SHEIS
Going Out of the Dry
Next Monday, Oct. 2
Our entire Stock will
REGARDLESS OF COST
Values totally unknown tothe purchas
ing public of this town will greet you.
We are in Rarnest !
We avf. SiTj-t.'ie !
5SCome in to Rte us and brinx your
I WILL PAY CASH, FOR EITHER
A. iargti cr small quantities of used Ha
waiian Postal Stamps, as follows:
( Ihese offers are per hundred and any
quantity vrill bf accepted, no raatrer how
smm!, :.i lb.? 'dnm- rates.)
1 cent, vioiei ?
1 cent, blue
1 cent, "7een
" cvnl srcvT .
:en; . rotu-
1. khtii, ;:o et, it:.'i wee...
O v;tlll, ;UUfcnuni; 1 1U6
6 cent, ureen
10 cent, black 4 00
10 cent, vermilion 5 00
10 cent, brown 2 50
12 cent, black 6 00
12 cent, mauve 6 03
15 cent, brown 5 00
IS cent, red 30 00
25 cent, pzrpWr. 10 00
53 cent, red 25 00
$1, carmine- 25 00
1 cent cnvelone 50
2 cent envelope 75
4 cent envelope.. 2 00
5 cent envelope 2 00
10 cent envelope 5 00
CLzJ No torn stamps -wanted at any
price. Address :
GEO. E. WASHBURN,
P. O. Box 2068. San Francisco, Cal.
FOH SALE BY
Castle & Cooke
A. F. COOKE,
THE ARMORY, RERETANIA ST.,
i. o. nox -1-11.
Pneumatic and CusMon Tire Safeties
For rent by the day or hour. Riding
leeeons given day or evening.
AGENTH FOB TUK CELKKKATED
American Kiimbler Safeties
Fitted with Elliptic isprockets and G. &
J. corrugated air tube tires. Then tires
can be fitted to ar.y pneuruatic pafetr,
they are practically puncture proof, do
not elip on wet roadu, end are very fast.
Any desired ear cs-n be furnished with
these wheels from No. 0'i to feO.
A FULL LINE OF
Columbia Bicycle Parts
Also, Lamps, Bellw, Whistles, Bundle
Carriers, Lubricating Oil, Illuminating
Oil, TrouserGuards, Tire Tape and Rub
Xmas ! Xmas ! Xmas!
A few new second hand boys end
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 guaranteed. Work from the
other islands attended to and returned
On and after the 1st 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. G. E. Boardman
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1S93.