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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: IIOXOL,UJLU. XOVEHUER G, 1S94.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
V. K. Brown, this otlice, solicits
orders for rubber etamp3.
Brother Bertram, of St. Louis
College, left for Maui yesterday.
J. O. Carter makes an offer to
those desiring to invest in coffee.
A Nuuanu Valley lot is to be
gold by the Government December
1st.
Captain Courejolles and the offi
cers of the French warehip visited
the Pali yesterdays
Mr. Walker, the wheel dealer,
won the bicycle rallied by Willie
Wilder last evening.
Three powerful plays are billed
for this week a fitting closing for
a pretentious season.
Tonight's play, 'The Henrietta,"
is a great American success, and
should crowd the Opera House.
Mr. W. G. Irwin took a number
the planters for a visit to the
electric light works last evening.
It is expected that the epecial
cession of the legislature will be
called to meet about December 1st.
The Interior Department calls
for tenders for materials to be used
in constructing the pumping sta
tion.
There was a cood attendance for
the meeting of the Pioneer Build
incr and Loan Association last
night.
There are two applicants for the
building at King and Alakea soon
to be vacated for larger quarters by
a restaurant keeper.
' H. M. Whitney will issue an ex-
( traordinary number of the Plant-
era' Monthly with a full account of
Yesterday's meeting.
Mrs. S. G. Wilder says that the
present Hilo Hotel is not a bad one
at all. She was well satisfied with
the accommodations-
Aiu.uficril
Society met. as usual, last evening
at 10J King street. The ABC
uas3 13 Dluu-
"Th TTenr etta " a nlav that 18
hnnnr In please all who recoenize
merit on the stage, will be pre-
sentedatthe theater this evening,
In the absence of Judge Perry,
'Luther Wilcox presided in the Dis
trict Court yesterday. Mrs. Naku
ina took his place as interpreter in
the Circuit Court.
Mons. Verleye, French Commis
sioner, and V. M. Gifford, chancel
lor, have paid official visits to the
French war vessel and were ac
corded the usual salutes.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will hold the regular monthly
meeting today at 2 :30 p.m., at the
Central Union Church. All ladies
interested in mission work are in
vited. The Australia brought a large
stock of new goods for N. S. Sachs,
the shipment including holiday
novelties and an immense assort
ment of satin ribbons for fancy
work.
Lieutenant Stileman, of H. B.
M. S. Hyacinth, will give an ad
drPflq thiq tveninff at 730 in Har-
dress tW8 evening at 'f
rr J V, v c- i
44 The Garden Of the bOUl, and
TYinni. Hall rn kinff CI rPPr PntlTIPfl I .
How to Cultivate It. lOUng men
ir tmpinlW inritfld to attend.
Funeral of Miss Strain,
The funeral of Miss L. M. Strain
3'esterday afternoon was attended
metallic casket wa3 covered with
varied floral tributes. Rev. F. M.
Hutchins was the clergyman and
spoke most feelingly. The pall
bearers were Messrs. V. A. Wall,
J. Pope Howatt, Henry Giles, W.
K. Wall, W. Love, E. R. Stackable,
R. Turner and A. F. Wall.
The remains were placed in the
Paty vault at Xuuanu cemetery to
await advices from the family on
the Coast.
Fisherman Drowned.
The corpse of a Chinese fisher
man drifted ashore at Maalaea bay
the night of the 2d.
The man, with two others, was
handling a net in a canoe. They
were capsized. Two managed to
reach shore by swimming. The
sheriff investigated, and learned
that the drowning was entirely ac
cidental. Another Birthday Celebration.
Not to be outdone by the Japan
ese, the Chinese residents will have
a birthday celebration of their own
today. The occasion to be honored
13 eixtv-Grst anniversary of the
birthday of the Emperor of China's J
mother. Chinatown will be decor- i
ated, fireworks will be exploded, j
and a general good time will be
had by the Chinese residents to-!
da.
I
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cents a
1
The Daily Advertiser
.month in advance.
to
VIGOROUS PROSECUTION.
Two More Cases Instituted Against
Charles Hammer.
Mr. Hammer, the harness dealer,
an old citizen of good repute, is be
ing vigorously prosecuted on account
of the death of a dog. He was ac
cused of poisoning the beast. A
nolle pros wa3 entered in the case by
the Attorney-General. Two other
suits have been instituted against
Mr. Hammer. In one a warrant has
been issued charging him with
poisoninr the doer. This is sworn
to by Sergt. Stanmore. N. G. H., and
the valne of the animal is placed at
$100. In the other case it is a mat
ter of damages and the dog's worth
is fixed at 300.
All the trouble has made Mr.
Hammer ill. He is an aged man and
has not been well for a long time. His
friends are very indignant about the
matter.
Some Christmas Goods.
F. E. Nichols, of the Hawaiian
News Company, returned by Satur
day's steamer from his New York
business trip. He reports a general
revival in trade with the manufac
turers in the Eastern States, and
says that he has a great treat in
store for holiday buyers next
month, having purchased a large
and varied assortment of the
choiceEt American and European
novelties. The News Company will
also display the largest line
of
IrtlTo fmra lrvrvT a o rwl rromoa PVOf
0u:u;fo,i ; ttimim mhnBtA
direct from the manufacturers'
nfypnfa :n tlA rw nmi t nrires
that will be Bure to 8llit one and
all.
1
The line is expected to arrive by
the next steamer from the Coast,
and full particulars will appear in
aaverusemen in paper
"
m m
"ar orresponaeni.
Walter G. Smith has gone to
Japan to be war correspondent for
the San Francisco Chronicle. He
mentions mis in nis appneauon 10
i Aiimsier iving, mrougn .uinisier
I TT.i.L e r : l
xiaico, ior a ceruucaio ui eucuiai
rights of citizenship in Hawaii.
auo ceruuwio m uoscuuu
Kauai Returns,
!ENATORS SIXTH DISTRICT.
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W. If. Rice C 2S 7 3 36 21 3 6 110
O. N. Wilcox 4 SS 7 4 40 20 3 8 112
KE PREVENTATIVES "SIXTH DISTRICT.
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Jbor to cents a rnontn yon can
have the Adtertiser left daily at
your residence or office. Telephones
88.
An Investment in Coffee !
nPHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AN
1 interest in a Coffee Plantation 0f
two uunarea acres. Twenty-three acres
already in coffee and a large nursery of
plants ready for planting. Buildings on
estate ; situated on road from Ililo to
I nlcurn nf ICilanoa A tit1 j tr
J. O. CARTER,
208 ."Merchant street.
November 5, 1S94. 3Sr5-lw
LKUDDGr
Stamps
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
"Paid" Ftamp with changeable dates,
also 'Answered," "Received" and
"Cancelled" Stamps for ollice use.
The U. S. Line Dating Stamp; no set
ing in and out of dates; no soiling of
hngers. lhe years run up to 1890, also
having "Jtf ceived," "Answer-d," "En-
tered" or "Accepted.'
Thuj
An9wrer-
ed, October 30, 1894."
Autograph and Monogram fc-timps of
all styles.
Sealing Wax Stamps.
Complete Outtits for mirklng linen,
etc.
JLXiST" All orders sent by S.S. Australia
will be filed by return boat.
W. E. BROWN.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CTThis office. 3S5-tf
For Sale.
4 LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES
JrY in
the South Kona Coffee Company.
The Company has acquired five hundred
acres of coffee lnd in fee simple at Papa
2, South Kona, Hawaii, about three and
one-half miles from Hoopuloa landing.
The land is among the best for coffee
growing in Kona, the soil consisting of
very rit h a-a and is easily worke-J. A
Iar:e number of shares have already
been subscnbfd for.
Applv to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartyight's B
Honolulu.
Block, Merchant Street,
:-.Sll 1592-tf
"Lost
TWO BUNDLES CONTAINING
JL tlnnel. Finder will be rewarded
by returning to this office.
aSil-3t
SPECIAL, BUSINESS ITEMS.
Per S S Australia from the
Coast, Honolulu, Nov. 3d Cama-
rinos' Refrigerator, containing a full
supply of ice house roods, such as
Frozen Oysters, Crabs, fresh Salmon,
Cauliflower, Celery, Muscat Grapes,
Clingstone Peaches, Nectarine
Japan Plums, German Prunes, Craw
ford Peaches, Tokay Grapes, Sil
ver Prunes, Rose Peru Grapes, Kgg
Plums, Bartlett Pears, Sikle Pears,
etc. California Fruit Market.
Telephone 3S7.
Workingmen, Attention!
Blue or Brown Denim Overalls, "Boss
of the Road," reduced from$L00 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.
Hen'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.
SJSJ" Fine Phot graphing. At Wil
liams' show cases are to be seen mini
ture photographs on watch dials which,
he 13 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.
gX7 For Baigains 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.
If yon want to sell out
. ,n lta entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
t&G. 11. Harrison, Practical Piano
and Organ Maker and Tuner, can fur
nlsh best factory references. Orders
left at pwaiian News Co. will receive
. , . . - a carna na Hnnft ln fafnr
t?,0, tVAn1rnhM.
IceBoxe8t stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer
Mill V ClAUUb Vyuoi&o, o-rv. -jwuuju,
Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets,
Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat
Safes, Trunks, et., sold at the lowest
Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
Hand-made Laces.
The underBigned offers for sale
the
following hand-made Laces:
Table Kunneis,
Dulles. J able Mats,
Center Table l'leees. Tidies
JOAQUIM TAISEA,
School street, near "Waikahalulu.
3834-lw
once more in the lands
N. F. BURGESS
I T J A 11 J
' zn .ple1pdr fl epairQ wa.e.n
Hose, bprinkler8,AVater Taps, Saw Fil-
ing anuau Kinua 01 xoois saarpeuea in
cluding Carving Knives and Scissors;
Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also Setting
Glass, in fact all kinds of jobbing. Work
called for and returned. King up 152
Mutual Telephone any time before 9
o'clock a.m. 3834-6m
Lost.
A FOX TERRIER PUP-
py, tnree months okl, white
with black face, black spots
on back and nt root of tail. Finder will
bs rewaded by applying to
Jr. M. SWAN 35 Y,
SS32-tf (Theo. II. Davi & Co.;
For Sale.
fi AN ISLAND BRED HORSE,
r f broken to saddle and harness.
3S32-lw F. R. DAY.
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary :- Public, -: writer
AND COLLECTOR.
Office: Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
3818-v
Beach. Grove, Wailiilci.
Bathing and Picnic reserves for fam-
iles, ladies aud children.
UzJ Terms reasonable
CHAS. F. WARREN,
3334-1 w Manager.
Lost.
i PLA
PLAIN, fOLID GOLD HAIR
. Pin.
Jrinder will be sniub'v re-
warded by returning to this office
3SM-3t
JLOSt.
MRS. KUI.I.V KALEOIKIKA II AS
lot Grinbaum & Co 's check No.
104 on Bishop Co., for $700, payable to
the order of Jos. P. Men-ionca, and pay
ment cf same has been ptoppeci.
3334 lwf
3TtiD lurcrtiscntcnts.
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. Levey,
W. K. D.viley, -
Lessee.
Manager.
DAILEY'S STOCK COMPANY
OUR LAST WEEK !
feTUAKT ROB.SON's GRKAT COMEDY sL CCEs?S
' THE HENRIETTA.'
Thursday, J3"oveni.ler Sth,
HELD BY THE ENEMY.'
oamraay, matinee, i. m.
GKANI) 8PECTACULAR TRODCCTION
' CINDERELLA.'
SECURE
SEATS
3S02-tf
EARLY
Houses Wanted.
To Rent Unfurnished
rooms.
Ilouse ofjfour
To Rent Furnished House
four rooms.
of about
To Rent Furnished Cottage of three or
four rooms, with Stabling for one
norse and room tor a brake .
For Sale.
283 acres of good Coffee Land ; fenced.
o miles from town on Kahhi
road. $900.
Desirable improved Property on Punch
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.
Sj(Jt' Enquire of
H. O. BRISTOWE,
103 FOIiT STREET,
Mr. Gertz's Shoe Store, opposite Henry
May fe Co.'s Grocery Store. 3825-tf
Assignee's Sale !
THE ENTIRE fcTOCK
OF
WEMER & CO.
Will be Sold
REGARDLESS OF COST
3775-tf
To JLet.
COTTAGE AT PALAMA. ON
the Asylum Road, near King
street, and tramcar line. Apply to
C. F. PETERSON.
Clerk's Office, Judiciary Building.
3780-1 m
FOR SALE.
ONE COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY
cle on the instalment plan, to res
ponsible party.
The machine is perfectly new, has
pneumatic tires.
King up Mutual Telephone No. 8814
and give your address if you wish simply
to see the wheel and know the terms.
BICYCLE,
3731-tf Mutual Telephone 88.
Ilaniwai, Waikiki.
TTAVING TAKEN CHARGE OF
jljl me aoov'e namea I'opuiar sea
side Resort, the undersigned is prepared
to receive his friends and the public.
Special accommodations lor private bath-
ing parties and families.
King street cars pass the door.
AV. S. BARTLETT,
3S10-lm Proprietor.
To L,et.
THAT ELEGANT REST-
mii uence ai ine neaa oi victoria.
!! l - i ....
street and Thurston Avenue.
South Punchbowl Hill and known as
"Diana Lodge," lately occupied by E.
Wolter. Possession given the 1st day
of November next. Ttie premises can be
inspected daily. A more elegant resi
dence and hner location for health
cannot be found in the city. The
house is new and has all the
conveniences necessary. Outside build
ings consist of Servants' Quarters, Car
riage House, Two Stall tables, and Feed
Room, Bath Room, Tool Room and
Chicken House, etc., etc.
gJCT"X pplv to
MAN ON PREMISES.
3S23-tf
To Kent
A COTTAGE IN REAR OF
No. 189 Nuuanu street. Enquire
at Furniture Store, Kinz street.
near Alakea. 3S13-tf
SX
3tntval Ztivtviistmcnls.
grrrnTrrrrmmrrrrn'n
it s easy,
chea
time-saving,-
business-like,
to ue a "Csliirnrh'
writer.
Who will think you are
wideawake and progressive it
you stick to the way vour
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 learn than any
other, too.
You can buy one on easy
terms. It helps pay for it
self while you're buying it.
Let me sell you one. "
T. W. Hobron, 5ot,
Honolulu.
tjuLauiiJiiititiLiJUJua
FOR SALE !
THE RESIDENCE
LATELY OCCUPIED BY
Mr.A.J. Cartwright at Makiki
PKICJE - 12,000.
The houses and grounds are open for
mppection daily. The janitor on the
grounds will attend. For full particulars
apply to
15KUCE CARTWRIGHT,
3791-tf Trustee.
Offices to Let
IN THE IMPROVED
CARTWRIGHT BUILDING. ""
LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL
men generally are requested to
inspect office rooms in the Cartwright
Building on Merchant street. There are
three rooms en suite.one faciner 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.
379G-tf
Store and Cellar
TO LET,
No. 23
occupied hv Tahiti T.PmonaA WrrirQ
fc&Appiy to
Benson, Smith & Co.
3735-tf
Kead This !
IF YOU WANT A MOTIVE POWER,
order a Regan Vapor or Pacific
Gas Exgine; they are the best, eafest
and simplest in the world.
JOS. TINKER,
Sole Agnt.
23"Send for catalogues. Honolulu,
H. I. 3688-ff
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 Mr. Wright.
Dated June 30th, 1894. G. WEST.
Notice of Purchase.
TTAVING BOUGHT
OUT THE
XJ 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 on Fort street, just
above Hotel.
Dated Honolulu, June 30th, 1S94.
3727-tf W. W. WRIGHT.
XOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FfcOM
Honolulu, Mr. David Dayton and
Miss L. M. West are authorized toreceiDt
any and all bills owing me and to enforce
payment of the sarse.
3789 2m G WKT
E. M. NAKUINA,
Commissioner of Private AVavb
AVater Kights, District of Honolulu.
Notarv Public. Agent to :rant Marring
Licenses. Office: SOS Merchant ctrppt
3813-lm
rCcta Hbcrrtisciiunta
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
&Oo.,
SOLE AGENTS.
3833-tf
A Rhyme for (he Times !
And why have annexation,
Why not have something new,
With it we'll get vexation,
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 our battle cry,
Freedom in word and thought,
And in Providence the world defy,
The devil set at naught!
May statesmen of the future say.
And point to his fair lay :
"In honor their foundation land,
On truth they firmly stand!"
"They rested well or. Woven Wikb,
For be it of them said :
If freedom was their hearts desire,
All slept on Bailey's Bed!"
Woven Wire Bailey
Manufacturer of IVIetalie iJed
steads and "Woven Wire JJeds.
HOTEL STREET,
i
! Next door Horn's Steam Bakery,
Honolulu.
3765-1 mtf
Fine House and Lot
FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale that Fine Homestead on the
mauka side of Eeretania street, 100 feet
east of Pnsacola 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 orfice 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' Boom, a
Servant's Water Closet and Two Stone
Cess-pools. Further particulars of W.R.
Castle, or of
3741-td N. F. PURGESS.
To Kent.
THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD
ing formerly occupied by the
Un-'on Ice Works and adjoining
ft
Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate.
Applv to
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC UOMPANV.
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