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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HOKOIUIAJ, yQY.MBR 23, 1S94.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser ud Every Morolnj, Except Sundy, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company 4t '. 31 Mr-hut tret. W. ! ARMSTRONG, EDITOR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, A friend brings the following message from General Lew Wal lace, who was recently in San Fran cisco, to President Dole : "Give to President Dole rny highest personal Jimly Sopi25 BONDS IN LONDON. Hawaiian Securities Advance at the Great Money Market. In a letter received from London by Senator Waterhouse yesterday these line3 occur : "You will no- In speaking of the allotment tice by the enclosed clipping from Qr jands for homesteads a a stock report that Hawaiian Gov- member of the PIanters. ernment bond3 are quoted at lvo and 104. They were down and and buPPy Co" remarked not in demand until very recently, during a conversation, that the The advance occurred upon recc?- occupation of lands bv foreign nmon oi ine new ikcuuiiu u ius United States and Great Britain. These bonds are now considered tne verv best securities on the market. of It i3 but comparatively a short time ago that this same issue regards, and tell him, if he ever bonds was quoted at 65 needs heir), we will iro down there with it." Form 'o. 16S. THE HAWAIIAN-PACIFIC CABLE COMPANY. 2Z.COO OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL CONTINENTS AND ISLANDS. ers meant to a certain extent the death blow to the rain in dustrv, for the reason that every homesteader on timber land began clearing as soon as j he took possession. One UliarUian S Sale legislature contended in de- bate that the existence of trees in any locality did not influence rain in any way whatever. To doubt the philosophy of this is to argue oneself unacquainted with the opinions of some of the most learned men of this world and the next. Several This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages onlv on conditions limit iag 113 kab;:i:y. winch have been absented to br the sender of the following niessace. i-rror? can be guarded asainst onlv by repeating a raessaee back to the sending station lorcoaspann, and the Corapanv will not hold itself liable for errors or deiavs in tran$mi:on or delivery of I NKLPEATED MESSAGES, bevond the amount of toll paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim is not rreenteI in writing within suit - .r- - . ssion. ed by request of the sender, A PUSHING EXTKKrniSE. n'l Manacer. GOODMAN GO ATI E AD. President. uia. a uiici wj- luf-ae is niea wnn tne company for transm: This is an I'M REPEATED MESSAGE, "and is delive: under the conditions named above. OF tea Estate ! The Ios3 of the "pivotal" .State of New York to the Democratic party i3 regarded, by its leaders, as a terrible disaster, its ueieai in the election of State officers is not eo eigniflcant, but the adoption of amendments to the Constitution, which reduce the number of repre sentatives in the Democratic dis JOHN li JOHN M. I of the States across the sea power, ine great danger oi n; i,. uivan t, . r . tii, minors, in pursuance oi an oruer iiavc aiuui ivova w.uvii --f 1".7 v " I 1SSU&U UV HONORABLE W. AUSTIN 1 , . i . j that its majorities mav overweight Whiting. Circuit Juckre of the First aas irees are piaiueu, noi it and waterlog it. It has hap- for decorative but useful W. 134 CH 3Y A 37 PAID RECEIVE i st H:-h!u, H.I. M..faaJirtl Xime 189 ::0VE.M3EP 17, 1894, FRANCISCO CAL 14 Dated pened so before. A GREAT INVENTION. Honolulu, on purposes. Here, when the aim r rrnn pt Pn C In rrrelxr nil 11 1 n 1 nn I I & -'-r - - t-v OaiUfOay, flOyemDer Ida upon the quantity of rainfall, we neea trees quite as mucn n v at 12 O'CLOCK noon. as in tne deserts 01 tne United States. The Government To H0BR0U DRUG COMPANY, Honolulu. Order for SASSAFRAS SOUR received. No. 3 of 10 barrels forward this day. Congratulate you on selling 20 barrels six veeks. Push it vi th confidence. it ousel ves and we know it's good. SCOTT & GILBERT Rec'd 2:30 P. M. Shi pment We rrt-d- in marie "The centrifugal machine, one of the grandest inventions ever made for cheapening the cost of rugar, sprung from the brain of a Hawaiian me chanic, the late David M. Weston. who was the engineer In the employ rrrr rATrnvrvn nrcrpinrn ptit. Tsnrr rntiln annnint an arhnr riav rtf ttiA TTrtrirkliilti Vlrnr f'nmninw t hon I i XT XT J controlled by the writer (H. M. Whit- neyj. Bimpie as mis invention is, 11s n nj;;jj m,, CAT, Tin origin was accidental, and was sue rested by the rapid drying of a wet cloth spinning around on a burr mill stone which was being set up in the above mill about the year 1S50." Planters' Monthly. This valuable discovery, the pro duct of an acute, thinking mind, resembles another great discovery, which is of great value in the arte, the "sand blast." The grinding of j glas9 was a slow and tedious pro cess, until an inventor, walking through a village on the sea shore, OF THE HOUSE LOT -AND- here and insert a clause in the homestead deeds that would in a measure settle the difficul ty. It a homesteader insists upon cutting away the timber on his land let him be forced to plant some shade trees, say a fourth of the number cut down, to attract the rain even on off seasons. To the curious as well as scientific people rain guages are a good thing to have. We sell them and good ones too. The physicians of the Board of Health recommend that all machine which produced the same JS STI' Sn drinkin watr be boiled, and result. between this lot and said premises of I we advise VOU to use an Im- T. C. B. Ilooke S. 45 deg. 45 min. W. II , 0 t.. , r chain 62 links to a fence dividing this lot DrOVed btOne t liter. YOU Can ventor of a centrifugal machine for from the lot formerly owned by Maria hn:i :t ;r vo h t -f quickly separating cream from fr mft! e2S; i S i c l T ,;u Tu?n.0L ezUo 'en.s-50deg.ioxnE.62feet;toence a glass of the water so treated milk. 1 he invention was Simulta- to the place of beginning in a straight neous with one, invented in Swe- JlTt tZTrZtf anQ nolQ 11 UP 10 me nZnu 7 and being tne same premises conveved -r mi . . den, and the interests of the two by the Executors of the will of R c. Vou 11 see more snakes in It IT It - A T ' W .11 t 1 1 were united, with great profit to T, XS! iSKiSfE than a bi-chloride of ffold Does net the &bove cablegram tell onr story quickly, forcibly, plainly. Sassafras Sour is a new bottled beverage which we are introducing in Honolulu. It is a sparkling, delightful, carbonated drink with just enough of that old New England Sassafras tartness to make it wear well. You don't get tired of Sassafras Sour, for it put3 to shame plain bottled waters. Give it just one trial. We know what you verdict will be. Your order will come later. "Ve are now in full supply. Yon can get it by the bottle, dozen or barrel of six dozen. Will yon try it ? On draught at our soda fountain. BROWNIES C2 ill t e ixl i s e s on Beretania Street, Honolulu, adjoining the old lort btreet Church premises, noiiceu inai me wiuuuw paucs up- ana more particularly aescnoea as follows: Commencing at the southeast b ' . I corner of thi3 lot on Beretania Street at told that it was done by the lorce a point 197 feet from the junction of DIG COMPANY. SOLE AGENTS. The essence of all that is ridicul ously funny and happy. Every cne has read of the doings of these funDv little men, and to keep them fresh in memory, we brought an importation to our sunny land. This being their first visit, we are gratified to see them so well received, Dctes, Policemen, Chinamen, Scotch men, Ouatoes, and all the numerous train of BKOWNIES have their headquarters at Wichman's, -:- Wichmans Scarf pins and brooches, made in sterling silver and beautifully en ameled in colors, sold at the ridiculously low price of Thirty-five Cents. BROWNIES on leather goods in artistic combination. Ccpids and Rogues hand painted on enamal; perfect works of art; features and expression perfection. Made on purses, card cases, and combination cases for ladies and gentlemen. E-fF" Do not fail to take a peep at and provide yourself with a BROWNIE. They are all the rage. They are artistic. They are cheap. H. F..WICHMAN Fort Street. VERT of the sand hurled against them by iSaXS. the wind. He. at once, devised a E. 52 feet to the southeast corner of the owners. THE UNITED STATES INTERCEDES. the Registry of Deeds in Liber 23 on paces 200 and 201. Each of said undivided one twentv- fifth parts or interests in said property will be offered at an upset pnee of one student. Take the same water and let it pass through a stone filter and it will be as The latest reports from Wash- hte, dSAW. clear as crystal. We have all ington eay that Mr. Cleveland has j of purchaser. Sale subject to approval I cUac from fi nn Tf vnti x- - j JOHN H. PATY I waut c1" water iur warning Guardian John M. Cavarly Jr. and or to givC to your Stock at the lr rank 15. Cavarly, minors. barn, vnn mn o-pH with tfi aid oi a rioucnin lap r liter J Royal Insurance Co., M6S tiiiiiior ations OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGEST IN THE WOKLD." Ajssete January 1st, 1892, 1 42,432,174.00 -OF- offered to intercede between China and Japan, but that Japan has not accepted the offer, though China has. The feeling in Washington is that the offer is premature, because Japan, in the flu3h of victory, i3 in no mood to make any term?, and China is not ready to treat. The European nations are, no doubt, biding their time, and rather resent the eole interference of the United States. The war is now reaching an in teresting and critical point. Port Arthur, the seat of the Chinese navy yards, is now beseiged. While the Japanese have the Chinese be fore them, they have the cold win ter closing in behind them, which may most seriously cripple them. There is a growing feeling in Europe and the United State?, that the many victories of the Japanese may make them aggressive and im pudent to the foreign nations. While China is being badly crip pled by the Japanese forces, the resources of her people have been hardly touched, and their defeats may result in the reorganization of her forces in a very effective way. of the Court. by war Fire nsas on an Kinas of Insurable property taJfeen at Current rate? 3140-lm S. WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian TfJands. l"a Iiahto KM Htm flt AllP inn which we sell at a dollar. lilectncal outhts which in clude a bell, punch button, battery, fifty feet of insulated wire and staples to fasten it, go to you at $2.50. The di rections that accompany the outfit enables you to put it ud witnout tne assistance ot an electrician. We have only a few remaining in stock. Get in and buy now. Enamel bath tubs that are as inviting as a China wash On Saturday, . Dec. 1st, 1894 AT 15 O'CLOCK NOON, I am infracted br th Trastees under the Will of Mr-. B."l B;h?p, to sell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen etrert. Vll that Tract of Land Com prifcins: an Area of 24 1-i-lOO Acres Sitnated on Wilder Avence and rvexalo street. Mnkiki, Honolulu, beinir the bal ance of the Land described in Grant 27SS, .A pan a 1 to Lot Kameh-imeha, and the land compriyfd in Grant Apana 1 to liishep THE jVEXJTTJA.'L LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK Cloth, Serges, RICHARD A. McCLRDY President. Diagonals and Tweed ! Assets December 31st, 1S93 : $186,707,680.14 o A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. -o- b state. rThe map of the property can be bowl are what everyone should ssen at mv auction room. gjLiJ Terms Cash. V. S. Go'd Coin. reecs at expense cf purchaser. S$44-6t Jas. t Morgan, AUCTIONEER. Kamehameha School for Girls. The Firt Term cf Kamehameha Girle ch-jol ojens Admiral Walker. nave ii only lor the sanitary advantages. Every plumber will tell you that it is healthier and better to have a tub, that is not encased in wood, and your own common sense teaches you that a bath tub that extends out from the wall will not harbor roaches and dirt. There's where the en amel tub is superior to a zinc tub. We have them in differ- FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. be Although Rear Admiral Walker received preliminary orders to Anna- AppMcttion- for a.i:nissIon m.iy polis as the Superintendent of the j addreaed ilics i';?, either a: Kameha Naval Academy, instead of getting j meha Manual, ..- Mis Pope will this billet he will perform sncli tem- v.e in the Hawaiian Ki-derartu iocm, porary auty as may ue assigneu 10 him nntil Fehrnary nezt, when, upon the retirement of Rear Admiral Greer he will succeed that officer as Afllrmnn nf thfl L.ifhthonse Board. Admiral Walker has long been de- der years cf sirs-, eirons of eeenring thi9 detail. SSl--d 1593-1 j Wednesday, December 19th ent styles and prices. We also sell stationary wash stands in either enamel or highly polished marble. 55 are always to be found at L. B. Kerr's STOEE, Your Druggists (5? Qurn Emma Hail, Saturday mornings, frcui 'j to 12,wh-re s-be will be pleased to mt app!:"cant?. Ti:e tu-.tkn is fty do'Iar a year. 2o apicarsts received and Ygup Grocers 'l Are Now Selling ( new beverage pure, non-alcoholic, exhilarating, refreshing and $8 stimulating. It is ANITAS GRAP a a a h u m Tie Hawaiian Hardware Co. I& Opposite Sxkrece tfr 4f ) Ctand it is inearoensive. because one bottle makes four uhpn nroni - - r v. viu ; for use. Being both food and drink, you will find it just the thing (I- to tone tne lagging system, ror tun information, call upon your jj THE CALIFORNIA GRAPE FOOD CO., San Francisco, Cal. 1 KLrmrY 47 Qaeen Streel Honolulu. t""These Goods are of the 18 best English and French (8 I make and comprise the new est styles and patterns, will be sold in quantities to suit purchasers, 3552