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THE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAI, ADVERTISEH: HOXOL,U:LU. NOVEMBER 5, 1891.
7 LOCAL BREVITIES. A Biehop t Co. check for $700 has been lost. The band will play at Emma Square tonight. Hand-made lace is advertised by Joaquim Faiser. Ehlers makes hose and eocks the leaders this week. C. B. Ripley led the Y. M. C. A. meeting last evening. The owner is looking and adver tising for a gold hair pin. X. F. Burgess, the favorite re pairs man, i3 on deck again. Hawaiian Lodge Xo. 21 "works in the third' this evening. The Moanalua luau for the crac wheelmen was a joyful affair. Xo remarkable scores were made at any of the ranges on Saturday or Sunday. There will be a sale of real es tate in front of the Police Station at noon today. Letters recognizing the Republic were received on Saturday from Russia and Guatemala. The local scorchers are begin ning to train in earnest for the Thanksgiving Day races. Beach Grove i3 the name of a not? Wnilrilri resort. It will be a family recreation ground. Adjourned annual meetings of Haiku, Paia and Kohala Sugar Companys will be held today. The Anglican Church Chronicle is out for the current montn. mis number closes the twelfth volume. Court for the first circuit opens this morning. The term promises to be interesting and of considerable length. The report that Paul Smith wanted the battalion paraded in honor of that girl baby is officially denied. Mr. Walker, the bicycle dealer, ha8 received a fine medal from his company and will hang it up at the next meet. A citizen of Honolulu now in San Francisco writes that Walter G. Smith is again writing regularly for the Chronicle. This year's contest for the Dem orest elecutionary medal will occur at the Y.M.C. A. hall on Saturday evening, the 24th inst. There will be a regular meeting of the Pioneer Building and Loan Association at the Chamber of Commerce this evening. Twenty-five arresta were made daring Saturday and Sunday. Of this number nine Chinese are charged with gambling. The French government has ac knowledged the receipt of the Presi dent Carnot condolence resolutions adopted by the Hawaiian Councils. The Xovember number of the Paradise of the Pacific is in the hands of the printers and will be out in time for the Australia's mail. The annual meeting of the Plant er's Labor and Supply Company will be called to order this morning at 10 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce. A new kind of plaster, called Alpine, will be used on the Puna hou building. Before it i3 applied the laths must be soaked in water forty hours. M. Johnson, W. Strong and Ira Van Camp are here from the Coast looking for a business location. They have handled clothing and furnishing goods. Ben Gallagher is making the beet of it in Oahu prison. Friends sup ply him with extras and he is try ing to earn all the good time al lowed on six months. Th3 office hours of the labor commission will be announced in a couple of days. The room makai of the old legislative hall, in the Judiciary Building has been fitted up by Dr. C. T. Rodgers, the secre tary. Mr. Hoffman, the new superin tendent of the electric company, is introducing the metropolitan style of advertising with lights. His first effort created quite a sensation at Fort and Hotel streets Saturday night. There will be a meeting this (Monday), morning, at 10:30 o'clock, of the Executive Commit tee of the Woman's Board, and the chairmen of the various kindergar ten committees, in the parlor of the Central Union Church. At the recent meeting of the Unitarian Convention, held at Saratoga, New York, one of the Presbyterian churches was put at their disposal. And," then, the Unitarians invited the Roman CathoIic3 to deliver some discourses to them, and one of them showed hovv all Christian? could work to gether on certain lines. The two denominations are widely apart. Banner Precinct. Wm. Henry, the mayor of Kane ohe, came over the pali to the cap ital Saturday. Mr. Henry takes considerable interest in politics and only wished that the A. U. P. had opposition. He wanted to have some fun with the enemy. As it was Mr. Henry and his lieutenants devoted themselves to the educa tion of the voter. Only a very few ballots were spoiled. Of the seventy persons registered, sixty-eight voted. The other two have settled in Honolulu since they registered. A Skipper Prophesies. Capt. Ward, of the barkentine Amelia, must have had a trance on hi3 last voyage up. He has been talking at Port Townsend. Capt. Ward roomed here near Washing ton place. He says the ex-queen "fondly anticipates restoration." Capt. Ward adds his belief that there will soon be a royalist upris ing, and confidently states that the next revolution will not be blood less. Death of Mrs. Kubey, Mrs. Letta Kubey, who died at noon Saturday, had been ailing only a couple of days. A stomach trouble proved fatal. Mr. S. Kubey lost his business by a fire a few months ago and is now bereft of a dearly loved helpmeet and left to care for two young boys. He is very grateful to the many friends who have extended assistance and sympathy. Xftu CUtofrtiseinttiid Planters1 Lalw and Supply Company THR ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS JL Company will be held THIS MON DAY, November 5th, at 10 o'clock a m , at the Chamber of Commerce. C. BOLTE, Secretary Planters Labir and Supply Company. 3S34-lt Adjourned Annual Meeting. .r??.F??!L nanv will be held 'I Mis .MONDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at the office of Castle & Cooke. A full attendance is deeired. J. B. ATHERTON, Secretary. Honolulu, November 5th, 1894. 3334-lt Adjourned Annual Meeting. 1 it v a nTrTTt?xri?r a vvtt a i meeting of the Paia Plantation will be held at the office of Castle & Cooke THIS MONDAY MORNING, 5th inst. ai ii o ciock. a mu attendance is desired. T. W. HOBRON, Secretary. Honolulu, November 5th, 18JI. 3S34-lt Adjourned Annual Meeting-. THE ADIOURNED ANNUAL JL meeting of the Konala Sugar Com pany will be held at the office of Castle & Cooke TODAY, the 5th inst., at 2. m. A lull attendance is desired. J. B. ATHERTON. Honolulu, November 5th, 1894. 3S34-lt Hand-made Laces. The undersigned offers for sale the following hand-made Laces: Table Kunneis Doll., Table -Mats, Center Table Piece. Tidies JOAQUIM TAISEA, School street, near Waikahalulu. SSM-lw Beacli Grove, Waikiki. Bathing and Picnic reserves for fam- lles, ladies and children. "Term3 reasonable CHAS. F. WARREN, 3$34-lw Manager. Lost. PLAIN. SOLID GOLD HAIR 2Y. Pin. Finder will be suitably re- warded b returning to this office. 3$34-3t JLOSt. "A TRS. KULIA KALEOIKAIKA HAS 1VL lost Grinbaum & Co 's check No. 104 on Bishop Co., for $700, payable to the order of Jos. P. Mendonca, and pay ment of same has been stopped. 3S34 lwt MORE IN THE LAND N. F. BURGESS ! Ts again prepared to repair Garden i Hose, prinkl-rs, Water Tapa, Saw Fil ! ini: and all kinJs of Tools sharpened in j eluding Carving Knives and Scissors; j Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also Setting i Glas. in fact all kin-is of j jhbing Work called for and returned. King up 152 Mutual Telephone any time before 9 o'clock a. m- 3S34 6m The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a month in advance. 8PE0IAL BUSINESS ITEM8. Per S S Australia from the Coast, Honolulu, Nov. 3d Cama rinos Refrigerator, containing a full supply of Ice house goods, such as Frozen Oyster9, Crab?, fresh Salmon, Cauliflower, Celery, Muscat Grapes, Clingstone Peaches, Nectarines, Japan Plums, German Prunes, Craw ford Peaches, Tokay Grapes, Sil ver Prunes, Rose Peru Grapes, Egg Plums, Bartlett Pears, Sikle Pears, etc. California Fruit Market. Telephone 3S7. Workingwen, Attention! Blue or Brown Denim Overalls, "Boss of the Road," reduced from $1.00 to 60 cents. Men's Brown Linen Shirts for 50 cents; former price, $1.00. Painters' White Suits reduced to 70 cents a suit, at X. S. Sachs', 520 Fort street. gJGT 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 X. S. Sachs', Fort street. Fine Photgraphing. At Wil liams' show cases are to be seen mini ture photographs on watch dials which he is making a spcialty of. Also some fine work on silk handkerchiefs. Lantern slides wo are making in sets, for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro mide prints for the trade. For Bat gains in New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow em, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc, call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. ECT If yon want to Bell out your Furniture in Its entirety, call at the I. X. L. t&'G.R. 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. Tlrrlmrtm Set. Wardrobes. Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, , and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Rowing Machines. Whatnots. Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and Kins: streets. Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. k k; M A THERE WILL BE A "V " stated fleeting ot Hawaiian r Lodge No. 21 F. & A. V Stated M., at its hall, Masonic Temple, corner ot Hotel ana Aiatea streets, THIS (Monday) EVENING, November 5, at 7 :30 o'clock, for "Work ix the Third Degree. Members of the Lodge Le Progres and all sojourning Brethren are fraternally invited to be present. By order of the W. M. T. E. WALL, 3834-1 1 Secretary PIONEER and Loan Association. Building THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET ing will be held at the Chamber of Commerce, MONDAY EVENING, No vember 5, at 7:30 o'clock. Hereafter, for the convenience of those who cannot attend the meetings, pay ments will be received at the rooms of the Association AND THERE ONLY, from 2 to 5 p. m . Saturdays prior to each meeting. 2PPayments are required in Gold. A. V. GEAR, . - i Secretary. Lost. A FOX TERRIER PUP py, three months old, white with black face, black spots on back and t root or tail. Finder will ba rewaded by appling to r . M. 8WANZY, 2S32-tf (Theo. II. havies A Co.; For Sale. AN ISLAND BRED HORSE, icV broken to saddle and harness iken to quire of 1 1 r 1. ln 3332-1 w F. R. DAY WM. L. PETERSON, Notary :- Public, -: Typewriter AM) COLLECTOK. Office: Over Bishop fc Co. 'a Bank. 3S18-V For Sale. 1 LIMITED NUMBER OF KfT riv in the South Kona Coffee C jm nan v. The Company has acquired fhv hundred acres of coffee land in fee simple at Papa 2, South Kona, Hawaii, about thr and one-half miles from Hoopuloa Iandine. The land is among the best for coffee growing in Kona, the soil consisting of very rich a-a and is easily worke t. A lare number of shares have already been suDaciioeu lor. .apply to J. M. MONSARRVT. Caitwrighfa Block, Merchant Street, Honolulu. 3811 l."92-tf Hawaiian Opera House L. J. Levey, W. R. Dailey, Lessee. Manager. DAILEY'S STOCK COMPANY OUR LAST WEEK ! Tuetiay, November Otri, sTl'ART robson's grkat comedy srccEss 'THE HENRIETTA.' Thursday, November Sth, 'HELD BY THE ENEMY.' Sjainrtiay, matinee, i. in. GKANI) SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION" ' CINDERELLA.' SEATS SS02-tf EARLY Houses Wanted. To Rent Unfurnished Uouse of four rooms. To Rent Furnished House four rooms. of about To Rent Furnished Cottage of thred or four rooms, with Stabling for one horse and room for a brake . For Sale. 2S acres of good Coffee Land ; fenced, 5 miles fiom town on Kalihi road. $900. Desirable improved Property on Tunch bowl street, near Palace Walk. $6000. House and Lot, Chicken House, Stable, Coach House, etc., at Kalihi. $1750. Houses to rent and for sale in all parts of the city. EXP' Enquire of H. O. BRISTOWE, 103 FOltr STREET, Mr. Gertz's Shoe Store, opposite Henry May & Co.'s Grocery Store. 3825-tf Assignee's Sale ! THE KNTJRE T0CK OF WENNER & CO. Will be Sold REGARDLESS OF COST 3775-tf To JLet. ifc I l ALAMAv9 p 'ioJ,'""i ""o". "r", iub ducci, uu li a in U a i nut;, .appiy to C, F. PETERSON, Clerk's Umce, Jndiciary Building. 3780-1 m FOR SALE. rXE COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY- KJ c cle on the instalment plan, to res ponsible party. The machine is perfectly new, has pneumatic tires. I?5ncr nn f nfnol Tq1qi.Ii rrm W O 5 1 f and give your address if you wish simply to see the wheel and know the terms. BICYCLE, 37Sl-tf Mutual Telephone 88. Ilaniwai, Waikiki. II AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF the above named I'oimlar Sea side Resort, the undersigned is prepared to receive his Inends and the public. special accommodations tor private bath injr parties and families. gXSKins; street cars pass the door. W. S. BARTLETT, 3S10-lm Proprietor. To Let. THAT ELEGANT RESI- dence at the head of Victoria street and Thurston Avenue- South Punchbowl Hill and known as Diana Jyxlge," lately occupied by E. Wolter. Possession given the 1st day or rovemoer next, ine premises can be inspected daily. A more elegant resi dence and liner location lor health cannot oe found in the city. The house is new and has all the conveniences necessary. Outside build- in ks consist of Servants' Ouarte rs, Car nage IIouh?, Iwo Stall arables, and Ped Room, Uath Room, Tool Itxmi and Chicken House, etc., etc. Apply to MAN ON PREMISES. SSL'S-tf To Kent MA COTTAGE IN REAR OF No. 189 Nuuanu stret-t. Hnjoire at Furniture S'ore, Kin.i street, near Alakea. S13-tf Enteral titocrtiscmrnt$. m n nTrrrrmn m it's easy cheap, 9 tin savm business-like, to ue a "Caligraph" type writer. Who will think you are wideawake and progressive if 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 work than any other. It's easier to leam than any other, too. You can buy one on easy terms. It helps pay for it- Z self while you're buying it. Let me sell you one. T. W. Hobron, Sntt i Honolulu. 'JJ.H.t.l 1 1 ii n i n n 1 1 1 IT FOR SALE ! THE RESIDENCE LATELY OCCUPIED BY Mr.A.J. Cartwright at Makiki PKICJE - 12,000. The houses and grounds are open for inspection daily. The janitor on the grounds will attend. For fall particulars apply to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, 3791-tf Trustee. Offices to Let IN THE I3IPKOVEI CAKTWKIGIIT BUILDING. LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL men generally are requested to inspect office rooms in the Cabtwrigiit 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 premises to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT. 3796-tf Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly occupied oy raniti .Lemonade Works. I XWApply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf Kead Tliis ! jr u ia iuiivM'uu, hf or2er a R?,GAN V AP?.B ?r .Pacific Gas Enoink; they are the beet, safest and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole Ag-3nt. j"Send for catalogues. Honolulu, H. I. 3688-tf Notice of Sale. MM. G. WEST WISHES TO GIVE 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 31 r. Wright. Dated June 30th, 1894. G. WEST. Notice of Purchase. TT AVING BOUGHT OUT THE XX 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 6tand oi Fort street, just above Hotel. Dated Honolulu, June 30th, 1S04 3727-tf W. W. WRIGHT. XOTIOE. TOURING MY ABSENCE F:OM J Honolulu, Mr. David Dayton and Miss L. M West are authorized to receipt ! nd all bills owing me and to euforcn j any an payment of the Kair.e. 3789 l!:n " . 1 E. M. NAKUINA, CommlsHioner ut I'rlvatn Vv Walfr lllshtH, DiNtrict of Honolulu. Notarv Public. Aent to crant, Marria Licens-K. Ofliee: COS Alciclia',! M-cn 3Sl.Mii. it 3Tchj ttiDcriisciucntfl. c. & c. FLOUR Has gained the con fidence of all con sumers. Prices below ny other No. i Stand ard Flour in market. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Theo. H. Davies &Co., SOLE AGENTS. 3S?3-tf A Rhyme for the Times ! And why have annexation, Why not have something new, With it we'll get vexation, And taxes extra tool Let us a grand example be, A Kepublic true and great ; Let nations in Hawaii see. No party strife or hate! Let freedom be our battle cry, Freedom in word and thought, And in Providence the world defy, The devil eet at naught! May statesmen of the future Bay, And point to his fair lay: "In honor their foundation land. On truth they firmly stand!" 'They rested well on Woven Wiuk, For be it of them said : If freedorr? was their hearts desire, All slept on Bailkv's Bed!" Woven Wire Bailey Manufacturer of ZNIetalic Uecl steads and. Woven Wire I3els. HOTEL STREET, jext uoor xiorn'8 cieam iK.erv. Honolulu. .076i-lmtf Fine House and Lot FOR SALE. 9 THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR sale that Fine Homestead on the mauka side of Beretania street, 100 feet east of IVnsacola street. The lot ha a front of 100 feet and a depth of 143 feet. AGootl 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 (iood Bedrooms on second floor; two of the rooms aro mosquito-proof. There is a substantial Barn containing Two Stalls, room for two carriages, Wood Shed and Servants' Room, a Servant's Water Closet ami Two Stono Cess pools. Further particulars of W.R. al. or cf 3741-tl N. F. BURGKSR. To Kent. THAT COMMODKHIS BUILD xrifcr formerly occujiied by the Union Uo Works end ailloininir m Lucas' Planing Mill. Teims moderate. A pplv to HAWAIIAN ELKCTR1C COMPANY. 3S11! I'm