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TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADV-EItTISEJR: nOOL,UI-L XOVEMBEU 21. 1S94.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITBM8.
A white shawl has been lost.
Goo York has a notice in this
Wray Taylor is presa agent for
St. Andrew's fair.
ICilohana Art League's exhibition
is opened to the public today.
The Waianae steam launch re
turned to that place yesterday.
A meeting of the Hoard of Health
will be held at 3 this afternoon.
The next mail to the Coast will
be by the Warrimoo, December 1st.
The local saki market is flooded
again. About 2C00 tubs arrived on
There was quite a crowd out for
the concert at the Executive build
ing yesterday morning.
Some valuable contributions for
.St. Andrew's fair are being received
from the other islands.
A meeting of the Young Hawaii
an's Institute is to be held at Y. M.
C. A. hall this evening.
Apples from Kauai and coffee
from Hawaii are on display at the
Hawaiian News Company.
The following mail was sent on
the Oceanic by the local post ollice :
2507 letters and 1107 papers.
J. F. Brown is secretary and
Godfrey Brown treasurer of the
Mutual Telephone Company.
An adjourned annual meeting of
the Wilder's S.S. Company will be
neld on next Monday morning.
Cyclists, don't forget that the
entries for the track and road races
close this evening at 5 o'clock.
The property of Dr. G. A. Ings
will be sold today at noon, by the
Marshal, to eatify an execution.
Matson'a little steamer, the Daisy
Kimball, is now at Hilo. She is
expected here about next Monday.
Sam Fern, a tramcar driver, was
arrested last night for using abus
ive language to a mounted patrol
man. Jas. F. Morgan is being rapidly
restored to health and will soon re
turn from Kona.to his business
An excellent portrait of F. Av
fccnaeter is a ieaiure oi iue uuiuu
able November number of the
There were no services at the
gospel tent last night on account of
the storm. Rev. Eric Lewis will
preach this evening.
The Oceanic brought 1300 tons
of freight to this port. The cargo
was for the most part Asiatic mer
chandise and liquor.
James Carty's hacks now stand
on the makai side of Merchant
street, by permission from the
Minister of the Interior.
James Bush, brother of John E.
Bush, was married at Lahaina to a
young girl and with his bride is
now here en route to Kona.
Frank M. Hastings has forwarded
Secretary Gresham's letter ac
knowledging the Hawaiian consuls
throughout the United States.
In a Portuguese family near Kai
lua, Hawaii, there are seven healthy
pons and three pretty daughters.
They have a coffee plantation.
A searching inquiry is being
made into the burning of the Ulu
palakua schoolhouse on Maui.
Some arrests may be made soon.
A cold clove button, with chain
and bangle attached, was lost yes-
teruav aiiernoun uu iuc -uau
Tcfifirf. A reward will b3 iviid on
its return to this office.
The new Hawaiian Express
f!nmnanv's wazons will be on the
streets in a few days. Thi3 con
cern will attempt a Wells-Fargo
business on the islands.
Thp Yokchama Bazaar, corner of
N'nuanu and Hotel street?, has
new advertisement in this issue, in
which attention is called to a large
stock of new Christmas goods.
F. Y. Makinney has an office at
.lis Fnrt street, and is ready to
assume the duties of a general
business agent. He executes all
kinds of typewriting at low rates.
Honolulu has been very short of
nrnnpe shellac varnish for some
weeks past, but E. O. Hall & Son
have come to the rescue with an
invoice of the article, and painters
can now finish up their varnishing.
Officer Greene, of the Humane
Societv, was called to the railroad
depot "the other day to kill a horse
that bad broken both ankle bones.
The animal became frightened at
an engine and injured itself while
in a wild frenzy.
A dray hore kicked through a
rotten plank yesterday on the
Oceanic dock. "The animal was
finally extricated without breaking
any bone:?. The attention of Min
ister King will be railed to the con
dition of the wharf, as it requires
replanking in several places.
Max Schlemmer left for Kauai
Sheriff Andrews, of Maui, left for
Makawao last evening.
Dr. McWayne arrived from Ha
waii yesterday for a brief visit.
M. D. Monsarrat and C. V. E.
Dove left for Kauai last evening on
a eurveying expedition.
H. F. Kimball and wife will
leave for the Colonies by the Ala
meda, due here tomorrow.
Samuel Parker arrived in the Vv
G. Hall yesterday. He boarded
the vessel at Maalaea bay.
Dr. Raymond, of Koloa, Kauai,
left for homej'esterday, after spend
ing several weeks in town.
J. M. Vivas and A. Fernandes
have returned to town after spend
ing a vacation at Kailua, Hawaii.
The annual meeting of the Ka
huku Plantation Company will be
held this morning at 10 o'clock.
A special meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will take place at 11 o'clock.
A special meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Sailors' Home So
ciety will be held at 10 :30 o'clock.
In each case the meetings will
be held at the Chamber of Com
merce. The Hawaiian jury is to report at
9 :30 this morning in Circuit Court.
4 GOLD GLOVE BUTTONER WITH
V. chain and bangle attached, was
lost yesterday afternoon on either Mail
"Wharf or on the road leading to the
Kinau Wharf. The letters L. L. are
marked on the bangle. A suitable re
ward will be paid on its return to the
.dveriher ofhce. 3S47-2t
DETWEEX THE HAWAIIAN
JL Hotel and Waikiki, a White Shawl.
Finder please return to the Hotel.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Board ot Trustees of tbe Honolulu
Sailors' Home Society will be held at
the Koom of tbe Chamber of Commerce,
on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of
November, at 10 :30 o'clock. Fer order.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, November 19th, 1894.
4 SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
-.jL Board of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will be held at tbe Koom of the
Chamber of Commerce on WEDNES
DAY, the 21st day of November, at 11
o'clock. Per order.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, November 19th, 1S94.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Kahnku Plantation Company will
be held at 10 o'clock a.m on WEDNES -DAY,
November 21, at the Koom of the
Chamber of Commerce.
The election of officers and reading of
the annual statement will be in order.
A full attendance is desired.
W. W. HALL,
4 N ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET
jML ing of Wilder's Steamship Com
pany, . Limited, will be held at their
ollice, in this citv, on MONDAY, Nov
ember 2Gth, 1S9-, at 10 o'clock a. m.
S. B. ROSE,
3547-ot IGOo-lt Secretarv.
'pHE UNDERSIGNED WILL
leave Honolulu for China on or about
December 11th proximo, and hereby
notifies all persons havinir claims against
him to present the same before the above
mentioned date, at his office, on Mauna
kea street, in Honolulu, and all persons
indebted to him, are requested to make
immediate settlement at the same place.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. Wong You will act for me
under a full power of attornev.
GOO YORK"(G. Aio;.
Honolulu, November 19, 1S94.
Doffs for Sale.
OSE "POINTER DOG,"
thoroughly trained to hunt
ing. On pheasants and ducks,
be is secoud to none m the country;
. . m t r- a I : a L f
age - years. Ai?o one "i oimer oucu,
partly trained, bred by A. J. ariwngur.
out ot his wed known bitch " ljueen
and tired by "Hecta," the finest speci
men of a Pointer ever imported, and
winner o. Several prize in the Colonies;
also, one L C. &itith 12-yua.re hammer-les-
Miotzun. 1 Cl-aning Outfit, one Re
loading Outfit and Shooting Coats, etc.
JCSyFor fuitutr paruealars. in
quire of '1' J. KING,
Jir4j-2w Lauornia teed uompan.
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. Painters1
White Suits reduced to 70 cents a suit,
at X. S. Sachs', 520 Fort street.
Men' a 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
ture photographs on watch dials which
he is making a spcialty of. Also some
line 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
ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
If yon want to sell ont
your Furniture in Its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
tSG. 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.
0" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice 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 lowet
Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
An Edison Phonograph
rF THE LATEST IMPROVED
V 1 make, but little ueed, is ofleied for
sale at a very low figure. The instru
ment, with a large number of choice
records, is an invaluable adjunct to an
evening party, or may be made illustra
tive of lectures or panoramas, lue pur
chaser will be taught now to manipulate
the machine and how to repair any pro
bable injury, lhe only reason for the
sale is the intention " of the present
owner to leave the country. Intending
purchasers ma' have opportunity to see
the machine in operation by calling at
55 Hotel etreet, McLean Block (near
Nuuanu street), between the hours of 11
a. m. and 1 p. m. each day until the 24th
inst., or by addressing the undersigned,
care of Postoffice.
3845-lw C. STOECKLE.
ONCE MORE IN TEE LAND !
N. F. BURGESS
Is again prepared to repair Garden
Hose, Sprinklers, "Water Taps, Saw Fil
ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened 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. 3S34-6m
NE COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY-
cle on the instalment plan, to res
The machine is perfectly new, has
Ring up Mutual Telephone No. SSK
and give your address if you wish simply
to see the wheel and know tbe terms.
3731-tf Mntual Telephone 88.
To Whom It May Concern.
"XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
i-i tht any person or persons puchas-
ing ironi bee tuon ot Kalihi, Uahu, his
interest in anu to a lease to bee Quon
and See Lia from Manuel A. Barate, said
purchaser will be held responsible for the
full amount due on a mortgage to the
undersigned. P. G. CAM AKIN05.
Honolulu, November IP. 1894.
"V7"AILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S
T T draft on C. Brewer & Co., No. 953,
favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on
same has been stopped. Finder please
3 307-3m WING WO CHAN & CO.
-JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLi there will be a special meeting of
the stockholders of the Wailiku Sugar
Company at tbe office of Messrs. C.
Brewer & Co. (L'd.), in Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, November 21st, 1S94, at
10 o'clock A. M.
E. F. BISHOP,
Dated Honolulu, November 13th, 1S94
Kead This !
IF YOU WAST A MOTIVE POWER,
order a Kegan Vapok or Pacinc
Gas Engine; they are the
and simplest in the world.
JUS. TINKEIi, .
gjij Send for catalogue. Horn. lulu,
H. I. ot-t"
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 Republic true and great ;
Let nations in Hawaii see,
So 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 I
May statesmen of the future say.
And pcint to his fair lay :
"In hcuor 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 Bed!"
Woven Wire Bailey
Manufacturer of Aletalic Heel
steads ami Woven Wire Beds.
Next door Horn's Steam Bakery,
' 3765-1 mtf
THAT ELEGANT RESI
dence at the head of Victoria
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. The premises can be
inspected daily. A more elegant resi
dence and finer 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 Stables, and Feed
Boom, Bath Koom, Tool Koom and
Chicken House, etc., etc.
MAN ON PREMISES.
Store and Cellar
No. 23 Nuuanu 6treet, premises formerly
occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works.
Benson, Smith & Co.
Offices to Let
IN THE IMl'KOVED .
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 facing Merchant
and Bethel streets. These offices will be
rented at a reasonable rent to a respon
sible tenant. Apply on the premises to
LATELY OCCUPIED BY
Mr. A J. Cartwright at Makiki
PKICE - $12,000.
The houses and grounds are open for
inspection dailv. The janitor on the
grounds will attend. For full particulars
Kailua, Kona, Hawaii
MISS PARIS HAVING TAKEN
a house in Kona. is prepaied to re
ceive a liur ited number of guests. I he
place is conveniently located near the
landing, and accessible to all the roads
in the district, while the uniformly dry
climate of that coast is unequalled for
invalids or those seeking rest.
The rooms are large and airy and the
sea bathing excellent.
Address MISS A. M. PARIS,
THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD
ing formerly x:cupied by the
Union Ice Works and adjoining
Lucas Planing Mill. Terms moderate.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY.
A COTTAGE IN REAR OF
No. 1S9 Nuuanu street . Enquire
at Furniture More, Kinc street,
p.OMF.STIC MONEY ORDER
1 No. 72,227 of
Kahuku Postoffice of
"ahu to S. Kimura i Co., of Honolulu,
for the sum or nineteen dollars and
twenty-five cente. ($19.25) dated Sep
tember 7th, 1894, ha been lost.
c. & c.
Has gained the con-
fidence of all con
Prices below any
other No. i Stand
ard Flour in market.
Ic3 and Cold Storage at Nominal Cost
HALL'S (LONDON, E. C.) PATENT
Carbonic and Hydride Refrigerat
ing and Ice Making Machines, in use
throughout Australia and New Zealand.
By Hall's process, cold beer dealers,
hotels, butchers and dealers in all kinds
of perishable articles of food can have
fitted small installation machines
thoroughly effective, making their own
ice at the same time as providing cold
storage. No previous knowledge neces
sary. Any man or woman can run tbe
machine. Hall's Patent Brine Walls,
(portable) may be ueed in cold storage
chamber, fc'ee illustrated catalogue.
Agent, Alakea street.
P. S. By the above named process,
one to twenty ton of ice per day can be
turned out at comparativelv small cost.
Kamehameha School for Girls.
The First Term of Kamebaaieha Girle'
Wednesday, December 19th
Applications for admission may be
addressed Miss Pope, either at Kameha
meha Manual, or Miss Pope will
be in the Hawaiian Kindergarten Koom,
Queen Emma Hall, Saturday morninge,
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-td 1593-1 m
pHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
1 been appointed Executrix of the
Will of S. N. Castle, late of Honolulu, de
ceased, by order of Hon. W. A. Whiting,
First Judge of the First Circuit Court,
sitting in Probate, dated the 12th day of
November, 1S94, hereby notifies all per
sons having claims against said Estate
to present the same ith tbe vouchers
duly authenticated within six months
from date or they will be forever barred.
All persons owinsj said h state are request
ed to make immediate settlement
C aims mav be presented at the office of
W.R Castle or Castle & Cooke.
Executrix Will of S. N. Castle.
Dated Honolulu, November 13, 1SA4.
cS4l-2w 1602 4w
A FAMILY CARRIAGE IN
1 1 . ii
AKi" vocmI oiuer. tm-ir ov tsrowneu.
t 1 f I- A steav Can i age Horpe Aj
plrto A. McKlEPIN.
It's easy, i
to life ;i "Caliraplv' type
writer. Who will think 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.
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
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, lJnt, E
Notice of Election of Officers
THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS
were elected for the year 1894-5 at
the annual meeting of the Reciprocity
Sugar Company held in Honolulu, on the
0th day of November, 1894:
TV. O. Smith President
V?. H.Cummings Vice-President
W. R. Castle Secretary
H.P. Baldwin Treasurer
T. W. Hobron Auditor
Who also constitute the Board of
Directors. W. R. CASTLE,
Secretary Reciprocity Sugar Company.
Dated Honolulu, November 6, 1894.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ADJOURNED AN UAL
xjl meeting of the KoLala Sugar Com
pany held on Saturday, November 10th,
the following officers were elected for the
ensuing 3 ear :
S C Allen President
M P Robicpon Vice-President
J B Atherton Treasurer
W A Bowen , . . . Secretarv
C M Cooke Auditor
E. D. TENNEV,
Honolulu, H. I., November 12th, 1894.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that at the adjourned annual meet
ing of the Haleakala Ranch Company
held this day, the following were elected
as otccers of the Company tor the en
suing year, viz :
II . P. Baldwin, Esq President
L. A. Thurston, Esq Vice-President
(t H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer
W. O. Smith, Esq Auditor
E. F. Bishop Secretary
E. F. BISHOP,
Secretarv Haleakala Ranch Company.
Dated Honolulu. November 6th, 1894.
Election of Officers.
V OTICE 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 the 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.
Election of Officers.
X. OTICE IS EIEREBY
-L hat at the annual meeting of the
Onomea Si-gar Company held this day,
the following named were elected as
Otficeis of the Company to serve lor the
ensuing year, viz:
J. B Atherton, Esq..
C. M.Cooke, Esq ,
t. H. Robertson, Eiq
G. P ' 'KKtJe, Esq Auditor
E. F. Bishop Secretary
The above named alfo constituting the
Board of Directors of the Com pan r.
E V. Bits HOP,
Secr ni v Onomea Sugar f 'orrpany.
Daud liJnolnlu, October :3 l, 1894.