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THE 1ACIFIC tUAtMEIJClAL ADVRT1SE11: HONOLULU. OCTOI5EK 31 181M.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
A lot key has been found.
W. Hall leturnt J on yeeter
tlay's Hall.
; Caprice' with its song9 and
dances, this afternoon at o o'clock.
Alfred Carter left for Maui last
evening. He will be away for a
month.
The eale of Godfrey's polling list
and directory continues. It ia a
useful reference book.
.Sam McKeague will be back on
the Australia. He has been in the
States fur fcouie months.
V. I Fennel, of Punaluu, was
greatly surprised a week ago, to be
presenttd with twin daughters.
A guard relief of twelve men es
corted the money acro.-s the street
to the new vault yesterday.
The case of the mutineers on the
Xanshan will come up in the Cir
cuit Court at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. An adjourned meeting of the
American League will bo held this
evening, to talk anniversary cele
bration. William Eassie, of Eassieville,
Kauai, will be here next week. lie
will make a business trip to Waihee
Plantation.
Iig improvements have been
made in the nostollice, which add
greatly to the ease with which the
mail ia sorted.
Large fines for running cho fa
games are getting frequent. A
Chinaman had to pay $100 yester
day for his sport.
The annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the Star will be Held to
morrow evening at 7 :30, at the
Chamber of Commerce.
A stranger fell in a fit or spasm
in the Y. M. C. A. reading room
yesterday afternoon. Dr. McGrew
was called and cared for the man.
Those of the clergymen who were
sent tickets to last evening's per
formance of Saints and Sinners "
returned them to Mr. Dailey yester
day. The space next to the Sharp
shooters' room in the drill shed
may be transferred into a reading
room with game tables and a bil
liard table.
Mr. Klemme, the defeated inde
pendent, has not yet decided to in
stitute a contest. Under the law,
he has plenty of time in which to
think it over.
Colonel Fisher believe3 that a
social hall at the drill shed would
be beneficial to the battaliony' It
would increase the interest of -the
volunteer companies.
It is Mr. C. Bolte, and not Jos.
Marsden, who is secretary of the
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany, and who is preparing data
for the approaching annual meet
ing. Although the District Court was
closed both Sunday and Monday,
there was not a very long calendar.
Forty-seven arrests in three days is
not as many as are frequently made
on Saturday night alone.
Almost as many band pro
grammes have been received since
Sunday as were used in making up
the Advertiser programme. The
more that are sent in the more
Berger will have to choose from.
In the departure of the Hyacinth
Honolulu loses ship's officers and
crew who have been agreeable from
the date of arrival. The Y. M. C.
A. will mis3 Captain May and the
lieutenants and local cricketers
will be disconsolate.
Chief Clerk Hassinger was very
cordially received by all unon re
turning to his duties at the Interior
Department yesterday. He has
w
been quite ill for six weeks. Mr.
Hassinger may soon make a trip to
the Coast for his health.
Physicians advise Captain John
Good Jr., to get away from the isl
ands for a time as soon as possible.
He mav leave .by the next Austra
lia. The captain is at Queen's
Hospital and is a sick man. First
and Second Lieutenants Coyne and
King are handling E Company.
Quite a number (twenty-six) of
names of voters, as listed in God
frey's Directory were printed with
out the indicative sign as senato
rial electors. This omission has
been corrected and, with full infor
mation of the election returns, will
be presented to all purchasers of
copies of the carefully compiled
little handbook. The book has had
a large circulation and but few
copies are left.
annual Meeting:.
MMIB ANNUAL MATING OF THE j
J. Heck holder cf the Hawaiian Star
A.ociahox will beheld THuhSDAY
EVENING, the lstofNovemV-e-. at 7 30
o'clock, at the roou of Chamber of
Ccmmerc.
A tail attendance i ?iirtt! as V ut.ir.ess
of importance will tvme before the
t-ttck holders.
J. II. ATM h UToN,
:S.0-2t 'In-aurr. j
THE HAWAIUNSJRE AROUSED.
Their Club Speaks Plainly in Some
Resolutions.
Member Will S-t n Soldier If
i:-iilr-l Preferment for 1'arty Men
In Their Idea of Politic.
There was a rousing meeting of
the Hawaiian Republican Club at
the American League hall last
night. The attendance was large
and the proceedings interesting
from start to finish. In the club
there was a score of practical poli
ticians, ami they are intent on hav
ing a voice in affairs.
The first thing was the adoption
of a motion instructing the secre
tary to write a nice letter to Jame3
A. Kennedv. This note is to con-
m
gratuhtte the A. U. 1. chairman on
his able conduct of the campaign.
The club is especially pleased over
the election of three Hawaiians to
the House. They had been told
by disturbers and mischief-makers
that the natives would be "slaught
ered." A resolution oilered provoked
(mite a discussion, but was finally
adopted by unanimous vote. It
was to the effect that ever member
of the organization pledged him
self to assist in resisting any at
tempt to restore Mrs. Dominis to
the throne or to set up Princess
Kaiulani as a ruler. The debate
was over the propriety of mention
ing the names. There was no di
vision of opinion on the sentiment
of the resolution. It was further
voted that in the event of any up
rising or invasion the club mem
hers should, through the President,
be placed atthe disposal of the
military department of the Govern
ment. A copy of this resolution
will be forwarded to the Executive
Council of the Republic.
Next the club talked practical
politics and they were at it till 11
o'clock. A resolution was offered
saying in about so many words that
the men who supported the inde
pendent candidate Monday should,
when desiring employment, be re
ferred to him. The club claims
that a number of men in the service
of the Government did their best to
defeat the annexation ticket.
Further they assert that others who
expect places or work were opposed
to the nominees of the dominant
party. The club was aroused on
this subject through knowledge of
projected Government work and the
fact that men who voted for the in
dependent ticket in the Fourth Dis
trict would want places. The club
declares that in this instance idle
Hawaiians who stood by the annex
ation party, should be given the
preference. The matter will be laid
before the big men at the executive
building.
Found.
A KEY. OWNER CaN HAVE
same by calling at this office, prov
ing property and paying for tnis
advertisement. 3530-lt
Annual Meeting:.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
L stockholders of the Honokaa Sugar
Company will be held on WEDNES
DAY, the Slst inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the office of F. A. Schaefer fc Co.
II. REJNJhS,
Secretary.
Honolulu, October 29, 1S94.
S92S-3t
Meeting; Notice.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
jl there will be a special meeting of
the stockholders of the Hcxomu Sugar
Company, at the ut5c5 of O. Brewer &
Co.. IL'd., in Honolulu, on WEDNES
DAY, October Slst, 1S94. at 3 v. m.
. A. C. LOVE KIN,
Secretary Honomi Sugar Company.
Honolulu, October 23, 1S94.
3324-1 w
American League.
AN APJOUKNED ANNUAL MF KT
ing of the American J.eeue will be
held at the Hall THIS EVENING, at
7:30: o'clock.
T. B MURRAY,
T. P. Severix, President.
Secretary. 3S30-U
Partnership Dissolution.
1MIE F-RM OF HAWKINS AND
A Bruce ia this day dissolved by
mutual consent. C. Hawkins become-
sole proprietor of the furniture and
bookstore at 114 King street. He will
collect all bills and settle all neeounts.
CHAKLHS HAWKINS,
P. G. BRUCE.
3S29-3t
Meeting Notice.
rrIIE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
JL meeting of the stockholders of the
Pacitie Sugar Mill will he held on
THUK-DY NEXT, the 1st of Novem
ber, lh94. at 10 a. m., a the ollico of F.
A. Schaefer &. Co. II. iiENJES,
Secretary.
Hcnobilu, October 29, 1S91.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Work in men. Attention !
Rlue or lirown Denini Overalls". "Boss
of the Road," reduced from $:.) to M
cents. Men's Brown Linen .Shirts for
r0 cents; former price, $1.00. Painters'
White Suit reduced to TO cents a suit,
at X. S. Sachs', .",20 Fort street.
Men's Fancy Underwear,
in suits, reduced from S2."o to l.oO a
suit; Men's Calico Shirts, reduced
from $1.00 to ."o cents; Men's line Per
cale Shirts, detached collars and culls,
reduced from $l.o() to 7" cents, at X. S.
Sachs', Fort street.
ZJ& Fine Photraphinj. At Wil
liams' show ca?es are to be seen mini
ture photographs on watch dials which
he is making a sj)cialty of. Also some
line work on silk handkerchiefs.
Lantern slides we are makiug in sets,
far Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro
mide prints for the trade.
S5 For Eaiaina in New and
Recond-haud Furniture, Lawn Mow
eis, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc., call at the I. X. corner cf
Nuuanu and King streets.
ZJST If you want to ell out
j?our FriRNiTDKU in its entirety, call
at the I. X. Lu
IfiTG. K. Harrison, Practical Piano
and Organ Maker anil 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.
CT" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Bores, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
.Uugs, 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.
Special rCotircs.
Wanted Immediately
'PUREE OR FOUR ASSISTANTS IN
J the Free Kinderraitens, who will
leceive their training fiee in considera
tion of their services. It is desirable
that applicants should beat least twenty
years of ae; should have a good com
mon shool education; fome musical
ability : a sincere love for children and
an enthusiasm for teaching. A poly to
MIp-N EASTMAN or MRS. H. C.
COLEMAN. .sS29-!w
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. Levey,
W. R. Dailey,
i-essee.
?.Ianafr.
DAILEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
Wednebilay. October 31,
FAMILY ) "",le Musical Comedy
MATINEES 'CAPRICE.'
Thurxtlay, November 1,
THE BEAUTIFUL WESTERN IDYLL
'GOLDEN GIANT.'
Saturtlay, November 3.
'THE BLACK FLAG.'
f3" O UR CLOSING WEEKS !
,!STopular price3.
3802-rf
Lost.
TT7AILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S
T dmt't on C. Brewer &, Co., No. 953,
favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on
same has been stopped. Finder please
return to
3807-3 in WING WO CHAN A CO.
E. M. NAKUINA,
Commissioner of Private AVayn and
Water Kights, District of Honolulu.
Notary Public. Agent to grant Marriage
Licenses. Office: 30S Merchant street.
3813-lm
XOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FKOM
Honolulu, Mr. David Dayton and
Miss L. M. West are authorized to receipt
any and all bills owing me and to enforce
pavment. of the same.
379-2m G. WT
Wanted.
! 4 SURVFYOR'SOUTFir. ADDRESS
with full particulars
A. i f!ITi-:Ti-i
Care Hawaiian Gazette Company,
325-1 w
Honolulu.
Keep your friends abroad posted
on Hawai ian affairs. Rcmrl tham
i copies of the Advertiser or Gazette
(3cntral SttiDfxtisrmrnts.
rmTnTrrYTiTiTTTY;
easy,
y
busincss-Iiki
to ue
e .1 "Oalirarh"
1 1 --..
writer.
Who wiii ihink. you are
wideawake and progressive it
you stick to the way your
grandfather wrote? Steel
pens instead of quill pens;
you're ahead there. Take
another step. Use a Cali
graph. You can do more work on
a Caligraph than with a pen.
It's " more comfortable to
use a Caligraph than a pen.
The Caligraph
is better than any other type
writer, because it is simpler,
lasts longer and does cleaner
Z work than any other.
It's easier to learn than any
other, too.
You can buy one on easy
terms. It helps pay for it-
self while you're buyinsr it.
Let me sell you one.
T. W. Hobron, nti
Honolulu.
5Z
ijjimL'JUJJUuuLUJUUUua
Fositivelv needs a
bKIN FOOD to
prevent Wrinkles,
withering, drying,
ageing ot the skin
and Facial Blem
ishes. The ori
ginal Skin Food
Tissue Builder,
Lcla Montez Crema
Aei still tbe best.
j vi i .J s iou will be snr-
V yi. prised and delight-
Ua HjaUvv fed when you try
this luxury a luxury in every respec t ex
cept price. A. 75-cent pot lasts time
months. Do you tan or burn? Mrs. Har
rison's FACK BLEACH cures the worst
case of Freckels, Sunburn, Sallowness,
Moths. Fimples, and all Skin Blemishes.
Price $1. Harmless and effective.
Superfluous hair permanently removed.
For special advice and book on beauty,
free, address MBS. NETTIE1I ARR1SO&,
Beauty Doctor.li'J Geary St., San Francisco.
&2T For Bale bv HOLLISTER DRUG
CO., 523 Fort Kr.. Honolula. 3791-tf
Notice of Purchase.
HAVING BOUGHT OUT THE
business of the Honolu
lu Carriage Manufactory, I desire
to give notice to all ray 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 etaad oa Fort street, just
above Hotel.
Dated Honolulu, June SOth, 1S94.
3727-tf V. W. WRIGHT.
Notice of Sale.
MM. G. WEST WISHES TO GIVE
notice to his natrons that he has
this day sold out his Carriagk 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. 1894. G. WEST.
ffis COTTAGE AT PALAMA, ON
fjilir the Asylum Road, near King
street, and tramcar line. Apply to
C. F. PETERSON,
Clerk's Office, Judiciary Building.
37S0-lm
FOU SALE.
ONE COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY
cie on the instalment plan, to res
ponsible 'party.
The machine is perfectly new, has
pneumatic tires.
Ring up Mutual Telephone No. SSjs
and give your address if you wish simply
to see the wheel and knew the terms.
BICYCLE,
37Sl-tf Mutual Telephone 88
Marshal's Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE
cution, issued out of the District
Court, on the 9th day of October, A. D.
1894, against Kin Loy, defendant, in
favor of E. M. Nakuina, plaintiff, for the
sum of $115.13, I have levied upon and
shall expose tor sale at the Police Sta
tion, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of SAT Uh DAY,
the 17th day of November, A. J. 1S94,
to the hit-hest bidder, all the right, title
and interest of the said Kin Loy, defend
ant, in and to the following property,
unless said judgment. interests, cost, and
my expenses be previously paid.
List oi proo-rty for sale :
l(i empty Poi Barrels (more cr less). 5
Renchep, 2 Tables, 2 Po; Boards, 5 Poi
Pounders (-tones), 1 small Clock ani 1
large Taro-cooking Apparatus.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal.
HoloIuIu, October 11, IS94. 3313-4;
Living
ate
A Rhyme for the Times !
And why hav annexation,
Why rot have something new,
With it wn'U tt vaxation,
A tul taxes extra too!
Ltt us a yrand example he.
A Republic true and jireat ;
Let nations in Hawaii see,
2o party ttrifo or hate!
Let freedom be cur battle c:rv,
rreedom in word and thought,
Anil in Providence the world defy,
The devil tet at naught !
-May ttab'smen of the future my.
And point to his fair lay:
"In lienor their foundation land.
On truth they firmly stand!''
"They rested well on Woven Wike,
For be it of them said :
If freedom was their hearts desire,
All slept on Bailky's Bki!"
Woven Wire Baile)T
Manufacturer of ZNIetalic Uetl
stentlH and "Woven Wire lleiln.
HOTEL STREET,
Next door Horn's Steam Bakery,
Honolulu.
3765-1 mtf
Pine House and Lot
FOR SALE.
M
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale that Fine Homestead on the
mauka side of Beretania street. 100 feet
east 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
374 l td N. F. BURGESS.
Offices to Let
IN THE IMPKOVGI)
CAltTWKIGnT BUILDING.
LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL
men generally are requested to
inspect office rooms in the Cap.twrigiit
Building on Merchant street. There are
three rooms en suite, one facing Merchant
and Bethel streets. These offices will be
rented at a reasonable rent to a respon
sible tenant. Apply on the premses to
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT.
370G-tf
FOR SALE !
THE RESIDENCE
LATELY OCCUPIED BY
Mr.A.J. Cartwright at Makiki
PKICE - $12,000.
The houses and grounds are open for
inpection daily. The janitor on the
grounds will attend. For full particulars
apply to
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT,
3791-tf Trustee.
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary :- Public, -: Tjpvriter
AND COLLECTOR.
Office: Over Bishop & Co.'sBank.
3S18-y
To Kent
A COTTAGE IN REAR OF
No. 189 Nuuanu street, fcnquire
at furniture Store, King street,
near Alakea. :-JSJ3-tf
Election of Officers.
-VjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
-LM that at the annual meeting of the
Onomea Sugar Company held this da3
the following named were elected as
Officers of the Company to serve Jor the
ensuing year, viz :
J. B. Atherton, Esq President
C. M. Cooke, Esq Vice-President
G. II. Robertson, Eeq Treasurer
G. P. Castle, Esq Auditor
E. F. Bishop Secretary
The above named also constituting the
Board of Directors of the Company.
E F. BISHOP,
Secre'ary Onomea Sugar Company.
Dated Honolulu, October S3d, 1894.
3824-1 m
Election of officers.
XTOTICE IS Hr RE BY GIVEN THAT
1 at the annual meeting of the Wai
lukn Sugar Company held this dav, the
following naoaed were elected as officers
of the Company for the ensuing
year, viz :
Sam'l C. Allen, Esq President
Wni F. Allen, q Vice-President
Geori: H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer
Mark P Robinson, Esq Auditor
E. F. Bishop Secretary
The above named also act as the Ecard
of Directors of the Company.
E. F. BISHOP,
Secretary Wailnku Sngar Conjpany
Honolulu, October 22d, 1894.
3S23-lm
General iDiwiscnunu.
Houses Wanted,
To Kent Unfurnished House of four
rooms.
To Rent Furnished House of about
four rooms.
To Rent Furnished Cottage of three or
four room?, with Stahling for one
horse and room for a brake.
For Sale.
2S'., jut es goad Coffee Land; fenced,
." iniltr! bom town on Kahhi
road. S'Xtt).
Desirable improved Propertv on Pnnch
bowl street, near Palace vTalk. $0000.
House and Lot, Chicken House, Stable,
Coach House, etc.. at Kalihi. $1750.
Houses to rent and for sale in all parts ct
the city.
JCST'Enquire oi
H. O. BRISTOWE,
1U3 I'OKT &TKKET,
Mr. Gertz's Shoe Store, opposite Henry
May Co.'b Grocery Store. 3825-tf
METIIODIST
Episcopal Church Services !
BEGINNING ON SUNDAY, OCTO
ber 14th, regular morning and
evening services will bo held by the
Methodist Episcopal Church of Hono
lulu. REV. If. W. PECK, Tastor, in
the Hall, at the corner of Fort and Hotel
streets (formerly Annexation Club
Rooms).
A formal organization of this Church
will take place on the lirst Sunday in
November. All Christians not affiliated
with any other Evangelical church are
invited to unite in this organization.
:?811-lm
Assignee's Sale !
THE ENTIRE STOCK
OF
WENMER & CO.
Will be Sold
REGARDLESS OF COST
3775-tf
ilaniwai, Waikiki.
HAVING TAKEN CHARGE OF
the above named Popular Sea
side Resort, the undersigned is prepared
to rec-ive his friends and the public.
Speci-1 accommodations lor private bath
ing parties and families.
SKing street cars pass the door.
W. S. BARTLETT,
3310-lm Proprietor.
To Rent.
ing formerly occupied by the
Union left Worlrn nr1 arllnininf
Lucas Planing Mill. Terms moderate
Apply to
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY.
3812 2m
Store and Cellar
TO LET,
No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly
occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works.
jW-lpp!y 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.
3812-d 1593-lm
itead This !
Y F YOU WANT A MOTIVE TOWER,
a order a Regan Vapor or Pacific
Gas Engine; they are the best, safest
and simplest in the world.
JUS. TINKER,
Sole Agont.
SaJ" Send for ca-taoues. Honolulu,
H. I. :w88-tf
Thf Daily Advertiser 75 cents a
month in advance.
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