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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU , OCTOBER 30, 1894.
7 LOCAL BREVITIES. Saints and Sinners ; both have au equal ehow tonight. A notice of dissolution of part nership appears elsewhere. Mrs. Thirds will lecture as usual :it Foster hall this evening. llustace t Company havebeen accorded the Custom House' dray ing contract. Lieutenant-Colonel Fisher pro poses to organize a eignal corpa for the First Battalion. Quite a number of band pro grammes were brought to the Ai vkiitisku otlice yesterday. The Ftockholders of the Pacific Sugar Mill hold their adjourned annual meeting next Thursday. Godfrey's directory was not only good for use at the elections, but i3 of lasting use a3 a reference book. The first election of the Republic is now over. A speedy session of the first Legislature i3 now in order. The tale cf the Waikiki land of the Pratt estate take3 place today at noon in front of the Judiciary Building. C. M. White, of Macfarlane ifc Co., was made the father of a daughter at twelve minute3 past twelve this morning. The Reciprocity Sugar Company will hold its annual meeting at 9:30 o'clock this morning, at the .Safe Deposit office. The city looked almost deserted yesterday. A large number of the business houses were closed on ac count of the election. McCandless Brothers will send a 3mall drilling outfit to Ewa today to be used in preparing a setting for a hydraulic pump. General A. S. Hartwell is de tained in San Francisco by the continued illness of his wife. He expects to be in this city on No vember 12th. Three or four assistants are wanted in the fiee kindergartens, who are willing to receive the training afforded in return for their services. Five Chinese were pulled in last night for shaking dice. They were all released on $12 cash being de posited for each by a prominent Chinese merchant. Joseph Marsden, the secretary of the Planters' Labor and Supply Company, is hard at work getting reports ready for the annual meet ing to be held soon. W. II. Castle and W. A. Bowen were reported ill yesterday. Mr. Bowen was too ill to come to the polls. Mr. Castle managed to visit his precinct and vote. Through some mistake the name of Charles Merrifield was left off the registration list, and he was not allowed to vote. He was a voter for both Senator and Repre sentative. On this trip of the bark Albert, Captain Griffiths is accompanied by his wife, daughter and son. They are delighted with Honolulu and may remain here until the Al bert makes another round trip. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. H.I. Warriner, which died Sun day, was buried yesterday from the residence of C. M. Cooke. The pall bearers were C. M. Cooke, D. W. Corbett, Edwin Benner and F. J. Lowrey. The body was laid away in the Paty tomb in Nuuanu Valley. For 75 cents a month yon can have the Advertiser left daily at your residence or oflice. Telephones 88. THE ADVERTISER PROGRAMME. It Draws a Large Crowd to Emma Square. Every available seat was occu pied at Emma Square last evening, and there were a large number of people walking around, as well as many carriages. The Advertiser programme proved a very attractive one. Berger and his boys gave it in a way to please anyone. Nearly every number was heart ily applauded. Professor Berger was well pleased with the crowd he drew, and has expressed himself as desirous of having more sample programmes sent him. He wants to please the public, and if the pub lic will only let him know what pleases it, he will play it. Any programmes, or single pieces, which anyone is desirous of having played, can be left at this oflice, and Mr. Berger will get them. A number of programmes were handed in 3'esterday, too late to have any ef fect on last night's music, but the' will be used later. Keep your friends abroad posted on Hawaiian affairs. Send tbem copies of tbe Advertiser or Gazette FOR THE MIKADO. Arrangements to Celebrate the Birthday of Japan's Ruler. The Empe.or of Japan is entitled to a birthday party next Saturday, Nov. lid. Perhaps he is too busily engaged in his little affair with China to observe all the particulars of a function that should mark ob servance of a Mikado's natal day. That the occasion will be observed on a grand scale is certain. The emperor is a popular ruler, and his subjects in and out of chrysanth emum land delight to do him honor. In Hawaii the Japanese will not forget the head of the progressive nation. On the Nanshan there ar rived a large quantity of fireworks to be used Saturday evening. On several streets the resemblance to a Chinese New Year's celebration will be striking. The Japanese diplomats, profes sional men and big merchants, agents and commission men will indulge in a modern observance of the event. The celebration is in charge of an arrangement commit tee with Rev. J. Okabe as chair man. This gentleman has secured the Beretania street armory for a hall. The Government band will furnish music, and there will be speeches und refreshments. All the prominent citizens of whatever nationality will be bidden to the feast. Orations will be delivered by Commissioner Fujii and Secre tary Nariti. Mr. Fujii is said to be a finished orator. 'Xtis 3.0ticrnsenirut3 Annual Meeting:. rpilK ANNUAL MEETING Oi? THE JL Reciprocity Sugar Company will be held at the office of the Hawaiian Safe Deposit and Investment Company on r on bireei, in tionoiuia, on iuwuai October 30, 1S94, at 9:30 o'clock a. m. WM. II. CASTL.K. 3817-2w ir,Q4-2w -ecrtarv. Partnership Dissolution. THE F.RM OF HAWKINS AND JL Brace is thin day dissolved bv mutual consent. C. Hawkins become- solo proprietor of the furniture and bookstore at 114 King 6treet. He will collect all bills and settle all accounts. OHABLFS HAWKINS, P. G. BRUCE. 3S29-3t Meeting1 Notice. T'HE ADJOURNED ANNUAL JL meeting of the stockholders of the Pacific Sutrar ill will be held on THURSDAY NEXT, the 1st of Novem ber, 1S94, at 10 a. m., at the office of F. A. Schaefer fc Co. II. RENJES, Secretary. Honolulu, October 20, 189 J. 3S29-td How about it? Have you one of those patented collar Buttons, which does its own swearing, as it rolls under the dresser? ur ao you ao your own swearing, as you tear your finger nails in a vain endeavor to push a refractory collar button through the button hole of a highly starched and stiffened dress shirt? Who has not experienced the delights of such a dilemma? All ready for the partjT everything on but the cuffs, and they won't go worth a cent. You tug; pull; push and soil them but its no cro. But one relief: you hie your self to the one room in the house specially set aside for those catastrophes and that is heavily charged with sulphur suffering mau. Let me suggest a relief; get and use "the Benedict" Collar Button. They are wedge shaped, push right through a board fence, turn around be cause they can't help it, and hold the article firmly until you are ready to remove it. "The Benedict'' is perfect. Millions swear bjr them, not at them. Made in Gold, Roll ed Gold and Silver. Saves your temper, saves your linen. All gentlemen wear "the Benedict.'' Won t you? Sold by JO.WICHMAN Fort Street. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. Workingmen, Attention! Blue or Brown Denim Overalls, "Bosii of the Road," reduced from $L0 to CO cents. Men's Brown Iinen Shirts for 50 cents; former price, $1.00. Painters' "White rfuits reduced to 70 cents a suit, at X. S. Sachs', 520 Fort street. Men's Fancy Underwear, in suits, reduced from $2.50 to $1.50 a suit; Men's Calico Shirts, reduced from $1.00 to 50 cents; Men's fine Per cale Shirts, detached collars and cuffs, reduced from $1.50 to 75 cents, at N. S. Sachs', Fort street. CT" Fine Phot graphing. At Wil liams' show cases are to be seen niini tuje photographs on watch dials which he is making a spcialty of. Also some fine -work on silk handkerchiefs. Lantern slides we are making in sets, for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro mide prints for the trade. For Bai gains in New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow eis, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. SJST' If yon want to sell out vour Furniture In its entirety, call at the I. X. L. SG. It. Harrison, Practical Piano and Organ Maker and Tuner, can fur nish best factory references. Orders left at Hawaiian News Co. will receive prompt attention. All work guaran teed to be the same as done In factory. Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Tee Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, 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 Kin? streets. Special Notices. Wanted Immediately THREE OR FOUR ASSISTANT IN the Free Kindereaitens, who will receive their training fae in considera tion of their servicesij It is desirable that applicants should Ae at least twenty years of age ; should have a good com mon 8hool education ; fome musical ability : a sincere love for children and an enthusiasm for teaching. Apply to MIH EASTMAN or MRS. H. C COLEMAN. .S29-lw Hawaiian Opera House L. J. Levey, W. R. Dailky, Lessee. Manager. DAILEY'S STOCK COMPANY. Tuecday, October 30, TIIE GREAT PASTORAL DRAMA 'SAINTS AND SINNERS.' "Wetlnestlay, October 31, VAMTTy ) The Musical Comedy MATINEES 'l 'CAPRICE.' Thursday, November 1, TIIE BEAUTIFUL WESTERN IDYLL 'GOLDEN GIANT.' Saturday, November 3. 'THE BLACK FLAG.' > O UR CL, OSING WEEKS ! Popular prices. 8S02-rf Annual Meeting. 'THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 1 fctoc'sholdeis of the Honokaa Sugar Company will be held on WEDNES DAY . the 31st inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the oflice of F. A. Sehaefer fc Co. II. RKNJhS, becretary. Honolulu, October 29, 1S94. 392S-3t E. M. NAKUINA, CoiDuilaaioner of I'rlrate "Ways and Water Klglit, District of Honolulu. Notar7 Public. Agent to grant Marriage Licenses. Office: SOS Merchant street. 3S13-lm XOTICE. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM Honolulu, Mr. David Davton and Miss L. M. West are authorized to receipt any and all bills ow ing me and to enforce payment of the same. 3789-2rn G. WFT. Wanted. 4 SURVEYOR'S OUTFIT. ADDRESS Jr ith full particulars A. G. CURTIS. Care Hawaiian Gazette Company, SS2o-lw Honolulu. The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a month. f (Central SUtofxttstnifnts. gmrmrr rrnrmTmm IK'S easy. 4 r" n fa ck o t-n s r. .sir t; x- "v era business-like, to use a "Caligraph" type- writer. " Who will think yoi: are wideawake and progressive if you stick to the way your grandfather wrote? pens instead of quill you're ahead there, another step. Use a Steel pens; Take Cali- graph. vou can do more work on a Cahgraph than with a pen. It's more comfortable to use a Calisjaph than a pen. The Caligraph Zj is better than any other type- II writer, because it is simpler, lasts longer and does cleaner work than any other. Z It's easier to learn than any other, too. Z You can buy one on easy terms. It helps pay for it- Z self while you're buying it. Let me sell you one. ?E T. W. Hobron, 1, Z Z Honolulu. mu,u.miiiuii.uiiiiii7 ji Positive! v needs a SKIN F'OOD to prevent Wrinkles, withering, drying, ageing ot the skin and Facial Blem ishes. The ori ginal Skin Food Tissue Builder, Lola Montez Crema Is still the best. Ynn Yxrill Via ni- nt .F' JVwuiXM. prised and delight iUSa K;cavv fed when you try this luxury a luxury in every respect ex cept price. A 75-cent pot lasts three months. Do you tan or burn? Mrs. Har rison's FACK BLEACH cures the worst case of Freckels, Sunburn, Sallowness, Moths, Pimples, and all Skin Blemishes. Price $1. Harmless and effective. Superfluous hair permanently removed. For special advice and book on beautv, free, address MRS. NETT1EH ARK1SOK, Beauty Doctor,2G Geary st.,San Francisco. iCSSFor sale bv HOLLISTER DRUG CQ.,523 Fort St.. Honolulu. 3791-tf Notice of Purchase. HAVING BOUGHT OUT TIIE business of the Honolu lu Carriage Manufactory, I desire to give notice to all my cus tomers, the customers of G. "West and the general public that I will carry on the business under the same name and at the old stand ou Fort street, just above Hotel. Dated Honolulu, June 30th, 1894. 3727-tf W. W. WRIGHT. Notice of Sale. )JM. G. WEST WISHES TO GIVE 1 notice to his patrons that he has this day sold out his Carriage Manu factory and the good will of his busi ness to Mr. W. W. WRIGHT. Mr. West earnestly desires all his customers to continue their patronage at the old stand with Mr. Wright. Dated June 30th, 1S94. G. WEST. To .Let. COTTAGE AT PAL AM A, ON the Asylum Road, near King street, and tramcar line. Applyto C. F. PETERSON, Clerk's Office, Judiciary Building. 37S0-lm FOR SALE. ONE COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY cle on the instalment plan, to res ponsible party. The machine i3 perfectly new, has pneumatic tires. Ring up Mutual Telephone No. S3 and give your address if you wish simply to see the wheel and know the terms. BICYCLE, 3781-tf Mutual Telephone 8S Lost. XTfAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S T draft on C. Brewer & Co., No. 953, favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on same has been stopped. Finder please return to 3S07-3m WING WO CHAN & CO. Meeting: Notice. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT .L there will be a special meeting of the stockholders of the Hoxomu ugar Company, at the office of C. Brewer & Co., fL'd., in Honolulu, on WEDNES DAY, October 31st, 1S94. at 3 p. m A. C. LOVE KIN, Secretary Honomu Sugar Company. Honolulu, October 23, 1S94. 3-24-lw LIVING STcuj Uucrtiscnxr.!U; A Rhyme for the Times ! And why have annexation, Why cot have something new, With it we'll get vaxation, And taxes extra too! Let us a grand example be, A Republic true and great ; Let nations in Hawaii see. No party strife or hate ! Let freedom be cur battle cry, Freedom in word and i bought, And in Providence the world dtfy, The devil set at naught ! May statesmen of the future say. And pcint to his fair lay: "In henor their foundation land, On truth they firmly stand !" "They rested well on Woven Wire, For be it of them said : If freedom was their hearts desire, All slept on Bailey's Bhi!" Woven Wire Bailey Manufacturer of Metalic lieil steads and Woven Wire Uetis. HOTEL STREET, Next door Horn's Steam Bakery, Honolulu. 3765-lmtf Fine House and Lot FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR sale that Fine Homestead on the mauka side of Beretania street, 100 feet eaBt of Pensacola street. The lot has a front of 100 feet and a depth of 143 feet. A Good Dwelling House in good repair ; contains Parlor, Dining Room. Kitchen, Pantry, Bedroom, Bath and Water Clos et and an office on the lower floor with Four Good Bedrooms on second floor ; two of the rooms ara mosquito-proof. There is a substantial Barn containing Two Stalls, room for two carriages, Wood Shed and Servants' Room, a Servant's Water Closet and Two Stone Cess-pools. Further particulars of W.R. Castle, or of 3741-td N. F. BURGESS. Offices to Let IN TIIE IMPROVED CAKTAVKIGHT BUILDING. LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL men generally are requested to inspect oflice rooms in the Cartwriqht Building on Merchant street. There are three rooms en suite, one facing Merchant and Bethel streets. The3e offices will be rented at a reasonable rent to a respon sible tenant. Apply on the premises to BRUCE CART WRIGHT. 3796-tf FOR SALE ! THE RESIDENCE LATELY OCCUPIED BY Mr.A.J. Cartwright at Makiki PKIGE - $12,000. The houses and grounds are open for inppection daily. The janitor on the grounds will attend. For full particulars apply to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, 3791-tf Trustee. WM. L. PETERSON, Notary :- Public, -: Typewriter AND COLLKCTOK. Office: Over Bishop & Co.'sBank. 381 S-y To Kent A COTTAGE IN REAR OF No. ISO Nntiaini RTrepfc- Knnnirft at Furniture Htore, King street, near Alakpa. 381-tf Election of Officers. "VjOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN J-Nl that at the annual meeting of the Onomea Scgar Company held this day, the following named were elected as Officers of the Company to serve lor the ensuing year, viz : J. B. Atherton, Esq President C. M. Cooke, Esq Vice-President G. H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer G. P. Castle, Esq Auditor E. F. Bishop Secretary The above named also constituting the Board of Directors of the Com pan v. E F. BISHOP, Secrearv Onomea Sugar Company. Dated Honolulu, October 23d, 1894. 3S24-lm Election of officers. N TOTICE IS II FREBY GIVEN THAT at the annual meeting of the Wai- Juku ugar Company held this day, the ioilowing named were elected as officers of the Company for the ensuing year, viz: am'l. C. Allen, Esq President Win F. Allen, Eeq Vice-Pre.-ident George H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer Mark P Robinson, Eeq Auditor E. F. Bishop Secretary The above named also act as the Beard of Directors of the Company. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Wailuku Sugar Company Honolulu, October 22d, 1S94. 3 823-1 m (fitfral !3oxcntsniirmr. Houses Wanted, To Rent Unfurnished House of four rooms. To Rent- Furnished House of about four rooms. To Rent Furnished Cottage of three or four rooms, with Stabling far one horse and room for a brake. For Sale. acre of good CofTee Land ; " miles f"om town on road. $900. Desirable improved Property on bowl street, near Talace VValk House and Lot, Chicken House, Coach House, etc.. at Kalihi Houses to rent and for sale in all the city. fenced, Kahhi Punch . G00O. Stable, . $1750. parts of EEEnquire of H. O. BRISTOWE, 103 I'OKT STKEET, Mr. Gertz's Shoe Store, opposite Henry May & Co.'s Grocery Store. 3S23-U METHODIST Episcopal Church Services ! BEGINNING ON SUNDAY, OCTO ber 14th, regular morning and evening services will be held by the Methodist Episcopal Church of Hono lulu. REV. H, W. PECK, Pastor, in the Hall, at the comer of Fort and Hotel streets (formerly Annexation Club Rooms). A formal organization of this Church will take place on the first Sunday in November. All Christians not affiliated with any other Evangelical church are invited to unite in this organization. Assignee's Sale ! THE ENTIRE STOCK OF WEMER & CO. Will be Sold REGARDLESS OF COST 377a-tf Ilaniwai, Waikiki. HAVING TAKEN CHARGE OF the abo;e named Popular Sea side Resort, the undersigned is prepared to receive his friends and the public. Special accommodations lor private bath ing parties and families. 7" King street cars pass the door. W. S. BARTLETT, 3S10-lm Proprietor. To Kent. THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD ing formerly occupied by the Union Ice Works and adloininz ?(! Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate. Apply to HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY. 3812 2m Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 23 Nuuanu Btreet, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. SX" Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf Kamehameha School for Girls. The First Term of Kamehameha Gi la' School opens MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th Applications for admission may be addressed Miss Pope, either at Kameha meha Manual, or Miss Pope will be in the Hawaiian Kindergarten Room, Queen Emma Hall, Saturday mornings, from 9 to 12,where she will be pleased to meet applicants. The tuition is fifty dollars a year. No applicants received under 12 years of age. 3S12-d 1593-lm Head Tliis ! J y VOU want A MOTIVE POWER, 1. order 4 Regan Vai-oa cr Pacific Gas Exorsu; thtv ar the test, safest and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole Agont. gySend for catalogues. Honolulu, H. I. 3688-tf The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a month in advance.