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TILE PACIFIC COOIERCIAIi ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, yOVEMCER 10, fS94.
EHRLICH IS READY TO SETTLE Applies For a Discharge From the Bankruptcy Court. HI3 WAS THE FAILURE OF TEE TEAR. Invrt-1 in Itril a ;! i;uinea In Honolulu Coat Creditor Cloel IIIui Out XIn Incompetent .furor Kxcuel Some Ktate Mettlel. Ktc. Mr. S. Ehrlich's, failure was tLe only notable affair of the sort in Honolala business circles tbis year. Ho is now trying to get oat of tbe bankruptcy court. A petition on bis bebalf was filed by Paul Neumann yesterday. It is not known yet if tbe creditors will object. A number of local bouses bad claims of goodly size. Tbe large accounts were on tbe coast. Tbe foreign obligations have probably been satisaed. Home men did not force Mr. Ebrlicb, and tbey would in all likelihood be pleas ed to see bim on bis feet again. It was understood at tbe time Ehrlicb went to tbe wall tbat be bad been dabbling in some mysterious Brazilian enterprise. He told friends here tbat be pnt in a large sum of money and lost it outright. An at torney came down from San Francisco and took charge of tbe business bere. Mr. Ebrlicb was proprietor of tbe Temple of Fashion, tben at tbe corner of Fort and Hotel. It was a thriving concern. Tbe borne men wbo succeeded tbe bankrupt bave done well. Ebrlicb bad been in bus iness in Honolulu many years. After deliberating on tbe matter two days, Judge Cooper ordered tbe names of nine native jurors stricken from tbe panel. Tbese are tbe men who returned tbe absurd verdict in tbe Malina larceny case. Tbey will be informed Monday tbat tbey are excused from attendance for tbe balance of tbe term. Ah MiDg, charged with gambling, had a jary trial yesterday and was acquitted. A couple of appealed opium cases from Ewa district were dismissed. Tbe defendants forfeited their further rights, by failing to come into Court. Chas. Lucas, administrator has closed up tbe estate of the late Charlotte Adams. W. O. Smith has been released as executor of the estate of Robert Brown. Judge Whiting approved the final account yesterday. In the estate of It. W. Holt, a closing report has been made by Henry Smith and approved. 11. Maka, has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Mele Kalua Maka. The bond is 2000. The hearing of divorce cases will begin on Monday. Arthur AVbite is to have bis trial j next week. A jury trial now in progress is tbat in which C. A. Fogarty, the hop beer man is charged with forgery. V. V. Ashford is prosecuting and Peterson and Rosa for tbe defense. It is claimed that Fogarty made up a false bill of sale. Some day books and ledgers that excited tbe wonder ment of jurors were produced. FIFTEEN TONS OF SEED. Such an Order Will ha Sent Away Today. By today's mail Mr. Marsden will dispatch orders for fifteen tons of canaigre. This is for the most part for planters. It will be sent all over the group. With this amount it is intended simply to experiment. When it comes to embarking in the business the or ders will be much heavier. A number of gentlemen are confi dent that culture of the tanning root plant will be a success in every way. There is no certainty that the fifteen tons will be sent. At last accounts tbe sellers of plants had more orders than they could fill. Deming, New Mexico, is the supply point. " Robbery by Railways " will be the topic of a contribution that Mr. Marsden will, at some time give to current economic literature. To get sisal plants from Florida to San Francisco costs but $10 a ton. There are several competing lines. One corporation has a monopoly of carriage out of Deming. They charge $30 a ton freight to San Francisco. m The Fugitive Was Here. Harry R. Donaldson, a Chicago absconding bookkeeper, has been arrested in Riverside, Cal. He was in Honolulu last August and vis ited the Volcano. It is said he has relatives here. Donaldson was at the hotel here with William J. Bradford, a business man of River side His relatives gave him a very cool reception. Donaldson was $12,000 short in his accounts. HEALTH OF EWA. Cause of the Mild Visitation of Malaria to the District. Dr. N. I. Emerson and Officer Reynolds of the Board of Health made an official trip to Ewa plan tation yesterday. They made the visit as a committee of the Board to investigate a threatened epi demic of malaria. Several cases have developed lately and have been brought to Honolulu for treat ment. There have been no deaths. Dr. Peterson, the Government phy sician, and the plantation people have been active in guarding against disease. A member of the Health Board offered the opinion that defective drainage and per hap3 bad drinking water invited the fever. The committee went over the place thoroughly. They found that the management had been atten tive and discreet in health matters. The conclusion reached was that freshly plowed land was most ii i m 1 -r.t lt 1 ; jiKeiy 10 oiame. n nau Deen irri gated and the sun beating down on the moistened soil probably fouled the atmosphere. Band Concert Today. The band will play the steamer off today, and in the afternoon the usual concert will be given at Emma Square. The regular Mon day evening concert at Emma Square will be omitted, the band furnishing music for the battalion drill instead. The programme to be played this afternoon follows : 1. March "Joyce's Post" -Boyer 2. Overture "Bandit Tricks". .Huppe 3. Ballad "Sweet Marie" -.Moore 4. .Selection "Robin Hood" De Koven 5. Waltz "The Paradise of the Pacific" Berger f. Galop "From House to House" aust "Hawaii Ponol." A Cloud Over Peter Lee, S. A. Peter Lee, yesterday named as a candidate for promotion in the Salvation Army, is in bad odor. It is claimed that he has been lead ing a double life. The charge is that he is really a dissolute charac ter. Lee has been driven from a rooming-house on Emma street. The man has been quite promin ent in hallelujah work both on the street and at the baracks. He had been offered a course at the Oak land Training Station of the Army. Lee is an Australian, and has been here about four years. An Oberlln Party. Dr. and Mrs. Whitney gave a fine party at their Punahou resi dence last night. The affair was a reception in honor of Rev. Mr. Leadingham and wife. Mr. Lead ingbarn is Rev. Dr, Hyde's new assistant. The guests last evening were Honolulu people who had formerly lived at Oberlin, Ohio, or who at tended the college there. About thirty persons enjoyed the reunion. Dr. and Mrs. Whitney made the evening decidedly pleasant for their guests. For Road 8 and Bridges. Bid for furnishing material and supplies to the road department were opened by the Minister of the Interior yesterday. The lumber dealers were a tie to a cent. This trade will be divided between Wil der fc Co., Lewers Sz Cooke and Allen fc Robinson. Tbese houses will furnish hard ware to the road department: Cas tle it Cooke, Hall & Son, Allen & Robinson, and the Pacific and Ha waiian Hardware Companies. District Court Cases. In the District Court yesterday a Chinese woman named Chun Wai was fined $75 for dealing in opium. Ah Tai was fined $50 for a similar offense. J. Pereira was sentenced to serve one year in Jail for stealing a watch. His attorney appealed from the order of the court, hoping for a mitigation of the sentence. ' A Chinese named Kong Lin as saulted one of his countrymen the other day. He was fined $15 for doing so. Matinee and Evening. "Cinderella," a fine spectacular, will be given at the Opera House this afternoon and evening. The matinee will be at 2 o'clock. In "Cinderella" the public will be treated to many surprises. The great feature will be scenic effects. The specialty people will entertain. Miss Stockmeyer will give two na tive songs and a Hawaiian dance. The Shetland ponies and the golden coach will please tha children. BRANCH DRUG STORE. The Hollister Company Has Pur chased the McKihhin Business. The Hollister Drug Company has purchased the business former ly carried on by Dr. Robert Mc Kibbin in the store on Fort, below Merchant street. The place will be refitted and restocked a3 soon as possible, and will be run as a branch store of the Hollister Drug Company, with A. W. Meyer, an experienced man in charge. Dr. Robert McKibbin will still have hi3 office at the old stand. Mr. Alex. McKibbin, the pharma cist, intends soon to leave for the country to make an extended stay. Schuttzen Club. It was reported last night that Harry Klemme's Schuetzen Club had disbanded. The' moved out of the old armory on Beretania street. The finances of the organi zation were not in a very healthy condition. The general belief is that the two Schuetzen clubs will now unite under the leadership of Harry and Captain Klemme. One purpose of reorganization is said to be to shut out a couple of objectionable mem bers. n OF ALL KINDS! HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMT. A"-SEP 29 1894 PEK. Paid,' 'Cancelled, 'Entered,' Etc. Stamps for Office Use. AUTOGRAPH AND 3IOOGRAt STAMPS! SEALING WAX STAMPS. COMPLETE OUTFITS 3Tor Murkine Hiinn. 'All orders sent by S.S. Australia will be filled by return boat. 'Call and see catalogue. W. E. BROWN, AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 'his office 3S35-tf Kamehameha School for Girls. The First Term of Kamehameha Girls' School opens Wednesday, December 19th Applications for admission may be addressed Itliss 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-td 1593-1 m Hawaiian Coffee Planks Manual "With Notes of the Methods of Coffee Cul ture Practiced In Guatemala, Itrazil, Liberia and Ceylon. Giving full instructions how to plant, cultivate, clean and prepare Coffee for market. Also estimate cost of a coffee plantation of 200 acres. EDITED liY II. M. WHITNEY. PRICE SO CENTS. gpOFor sale by all news dealers. HA WA II A N GA ZE TTB CO. Publishers. RED ROBBER STAMPS Carrie Orene King Save the Children By Purifying Their Blood Hood's SarsapariMa Makes Purs J Blood, Cures Scrofula, Etc. "ilj experience with Hood's Sarsaj arilla has been very effective. My little girl, five years old, had lor four years a bad skin disease. Her arms and limbs -would break out in amass of sores, discharging yellow matter. She would scratch the eruptions as though it cave relief, and tear open the sores. Two Bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla caused the eruptions to heal and and the scabs pealed off, after which the skin became soft and smooth. As a family medicine SarsapariMa we believe Hood's Sarsaparilla has no equal and I recommend it." "W. L. Ktxo, Eluff Dale, Tex. Hood's Pills are the best family cathaxtio, gentle and effective. Try a box. 25 cents. KOBRON DRUG COMPANY, S366 Wholesale Aepn. The Hawaiian Electric Company Are now prepared to wire houses either hy contract or da' labor and to furnish elec tric lamps. Chandeliers and fittings of all descriptions and of elegant modern styles at reasonable rates. tT" The Company is now extending its line to Kapiolani Park, and parties dwelling on the route who are desirous of being connected on the system, will please communi cate with THEO. H0FFMA1TN, Manager. Hawaiian Electric Co. Ml V Positively needs a SKIN FOOD to prevent Wrinkles, withering, dryiner, ageing ot the skin and Facial Blem ishes. The ori ginal Skin Food Tissue Builder, Lola Hontez Crema k ;2 is stm tne best. You will be snr- vCayi.'f9 ft-w prised anddelight 0 "iuitu. r'!;;Tvu."Aw f ed when you try this luxury a luxury in every respect ex cept price. A 7o-cent pot lasts three months, uo you tan or Durn : .airs. Har rison's FACE BLEACH cures the worst case of Freckels, Sunburn, Sallowness, Moths. Pimples, and all bkin Blemishes. Price 1. Harmless and effective. Superfluous hair permanently removed. For special advice and book on beautv. free, address MBS. NETTIEII A BR 1 SON, Beauty Doctor.L'G Geary St., ban Francisco. For sale bv HOLLISTER DRUG CO., 523 Fort St., Honolulu. 3791-tf NO WOMAN IMG -r- v fin; t (riurd SUtoeriisrmcnlff. How about it? Have you one of those patented collar Buttons, which does its own swearing, as it rolls under the dresser? Or do 3-011 do our own swearing, as you tear your finger nails in a vain endeavor to push a refractor' 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 party everything on but - the cuffs, and they won't go worth a cent. You tug; pull; push and soil them but its no go. 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 man. 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 by them, not at them. Made in Gold, Roll ed Gold and Silver. Saves your temper, saves j our linen. All gentlemen wear "the Benedict." Won't you? Sold by H.P.WICHMAN Fort Street. When a Man Needs Meat HE DON'T GO HUNTING FOR IT -:- -:- -:- HE BUYS IT! When a man needs Hay and Grain, he don't have to hunt. The California Feed Company Does the the hunting and furnish THE HAY AND GRAIN. We hunt for the market. Fresh supply just arrived ex S.G.Wilder. JDCT'Telephones 121. Office : Corner Nuuanu and Queen Streets. YOU CAS GET HaviJand China, plain and decorated ; English China, White, Granite; Cut Glass ware, Moulded and Engraved Glassware, Agateware, Tin ware, Lamps and Fittings, Flower Pots, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses and a thousand other useful and ornamental articles at J. T. Queen Street Stores, SS07-tf Notice. TfR. KUBOTA OF THE FIRM OF JLtA Tiraoca & Co. has resigned from our firm locating at Lahaina, Maui. We, the undersigned hereby notify that here after we will not be responsible for any bills or debts charged on our account by the said Mr. Kubota. TIRAOCA & OKI. Lahaina, October 11, 1894. 3817-lm IVATERHOOSU'S Special ICottrca. GASTLE (6 I M P O K T K It S. Hardware and General Merchandise For some time we have been trying to get hold of a GOOD LAWN MOWER, one that would do all the work of high priced machines, and yet sell for about one half the money. Wo have succeeded in finding just such a LAWN MOWER rnd do not hesitate to re commend them to you. If you want a Lawn Mower these will f lease you in every res pect and cost you as wo say about one-halt the usual price. Besides our regular line of 3 and 4 ply HOSE wohavo the WATERBURY SPHINCTER GRIP GALVANIZED SPRING STEEL ARMORED HOSE, which is the best of the kind in this market. Those who have used the common iron-bound hose will appreciate the WAT ERBURY STEEL ARMORED HOSE; it last longer and is in every way better. The CACTUS LAWN SPRINKLER was evidently made to never wear out; it is simple and inexpensive, while it does the work of any other Lawn Sprinkler, though it has no revolving parts. Remember, we sell PEARL OIL at $1.90 per case, c. o. d., delivered to any part of the city. CASTLE & COOKE.. IMPORTERS, Hardware and General Merchandise Election of Officers. -jOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -LM that at the annual meeting of the Onomka Sugar Company held this day, the following named were elected as Officers of the Company to serve for the ensuing year, viz : J. B. Atherton, Esq President C. M. Cooke, Esq Vice-President G. II. Robertson, Esq 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, Secretary Onomea Sugar Company. Dated Honolulu, October 23d, 1894. 3824-1 m Election of Officers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT at the annual meeting of the Wai luku Sugar Company held this day, the following named were elected as officers of the Company for tbe ensuing, year, viz: Pam'l. C. Allen, Esq President Wm. F. Allen, Esq Vice-President George H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer Mark P. Robinson, Esq 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, 1894. 3823-1 m Election of Officers. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF Paia Plantation held thin following officers were elected for en suing year : H. P. Baldwin Prpidpnt S. M. Damon Vice-Prpsirtenf J. B. Atherton Trpasnrpr T. W. Hobron W. A. Bowen Auditor Tbe above also constitute, tlR Trt of Directors. T. W. HOBRON. J?6cre t&r v Honolulu, November 6, 1894. 383G-lw Notice. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that at the adjourned annual meet ing of the Haleakala Ranch Company held this day, the following were elected as officers of the Company tcr the en suing year, viz : H. P. Baldwin, Esq President L. A. Thurston, Esq ....Vice-President G. H.Robertson, Esq Treasurer W. O. Smith, Esq Auditor E. F. Bishop Secretary E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Haleakala Ranch Company. Dated Honolulu. November 6th. 1S94 3S36-lm COOKE