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TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. NOVEMBER 27. 1S94.
7 LOCAL BREVITIES. A girl to do general house-work is wameu. The Government offices will be closed Thursday. A portion of a store at No. 103, Fort street ia for rent. The Government schools will be closed on Thanksgiving day. Tickets for the bicycle race meet at the Park Thursday are selling fast. F. A. Schaefer & Co. are selling Apollinaris water at greatly reduced rates. The bell buoy is about ready to be returned to its position on the reef line. Circuit Cuurt for the November term will be brought to a close next Monday. Attempts are being made to have otr.H football here belore the sea son is over. Late returns from the Wilcox wreck are not very encouraging to the syndicate. Several Kapiolani Park lots will ot Linn on KtnrrW n The Marshal eive3 notice ol a sale of real estate to take place on December 29th next. The Methodist Episcopal Church will hold a Thankscivinc service on Thursday at 11 a.m. Arthur M. Brown, deputy mar shal, may be required to make a trip to Kona for his health. Ladies' new cape and new shot tafh'ta silks have just been opened au.0. oacns.ron Bireeu G. D. Gilman has an interesting letter from Honolulu in the Boston Transcript of October 28th. The Y. M. C. A. educational classes are growing and the teach ers are doing excellent work. It is reported that Captain Fitz gerald of the Hawaii is to become master of the Daisy Kimball. Morgan will sell Ewa and Kahu ku plantation stock at auction to- The Hobron Drug Company ad-Jw, vises people to drink Sarsafras Sour with their Thankegiving dinner. The damage suit of Scharf, the blind man, against the Goverment for $10,000, may be called this week in the Circuit Court. The last of the thirteen hundred tons of freight brought by the Oce anic was removed from the Pacific Mail dock yesterday. The sale of a lease of a building and stock of a fruit store on Fort street will take place today at noon, at Morgan's salesrooms. Attorney Kinney has figured out that the Populists cast over 2,000, 000 votes in the States and that the party is gaining strength. The Elite will, furnish you with mince pies, cream, etc., for your Thanksgiving dinner. Order now and insure a prompt delivery. The Kawaiahao Seminary benefit -will take place on next Friday evening. An attractive programme is being arranged for the occasion. Persons interested in the organ ization of an amateur vocal society are called to meet at Mrs. A. Mack intosh's at S o'clock this evening. The regular Christmas vacation of the public schools will commence on Friday, December 21st, and will continue until Monday, January 7th, 1S95. The furniture at the residence o E. B. Thomas will be open for in epection from 2 to 4 o'clock this afternoon. The sale will take place tomorrow. Mr. Crowley, San Francisco's chief of police, is to meet President Dole today by appointment. No negotiations with the Board of Health have as yet been entered .into by the visitor. The Wilder's Steamship Com pany has elected the following officers : C. L. lght, president : J. F. Hackfeld, vice-president ; S. B. IkOse, secretary and treasurer ; . F. Allen, auditor. The Kahului Railroad Company has elected the following officers : G. P. Wilder, president ; S. G. Wil der, vice-president ; S. B. Rose, secretary ; C. L. Wight, treasurer ; C. J. Falk, auditor. Japan's Recognition. The autograph letter of Japan's Emperor recognizing the Republic of Hawaii, will be presented to President Dole at 11 o'clock this forenoon. Mr. Goro Xarita, secre tary of the Japanese Legation, and acting diplomatic agent, will hand the communication to Hawaii's executive. Send a copy f the Gazette with your letter today. It can be had at this cfHce or at the newsdealers. copies of the Advertiser or Gazette HAS BEEN A SICK MAN. Frank Cooper Laid Low With a Second Visit of Panama Fever. Frank Cooper, formerly senior foreman in the fire department, is aDe to move aooui a litue alter a eiege of five weeks. Mr. Cooper bas been a very sick man. He was handling an engine on the Oahu railway and one evening felt tne Panama fever returning, lie wag brought home with all possi 111 1 Die nasie ana tor some days was unconscious. Several times he was very close to death's door. When Mr. Cnoner was stricken jn Panama he was packed in ice - x inirieen hours, mat was the ap proved method of treatment A 1 A 1 T1 there. The theory was that the fever germs should be chilled to death. A few of the patients sur vived this course. Mr. Cooper was in the ice until animation was sus pended. It was several days be fore he was really alive again. The Spanish physician decided that the germs were all dead, and Frank was ordered north. Rather than take any chances on being aSain packed in ice he left a good Government position and returned positio to San Francisco. The treatment this time was slightly different and Mr. Cooper will be himself again in a few weeks. North Pacific Missionary Insti tute. Prof. Leadingham ha3 begun class work in the Institute with thirteen students. His instruction is given in the English language. The students are in need of English riictinrmrie.q and finv nersnna who has such books not in use. will con fep a favQr and he Bome degery, mg young men, if they will send such books to the Institute, No. 56, Punchbowl street. The students have Friday afternoon and Satur day at their own disposal, and are ready, as in former years, to do what work they can to get money toward their own support. Jewelry at Auction. The remaining stock of Wenner Cn rnmnr:B:nf, c;wr. a . . . , ' , . fjtue, mi uiiui W4 Ub puDiic auction at tne store on t ort street on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. A rare opportunity is thus afforded to get what you want for a low price. Don't fail to be there. Ztm CXbvtvtistmtntz. King 'em All Up Tell 'em All That The ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS will bake an extra fine quality of A NO. 1 MINCE PIES and other varieties for Thanksgiving Day. Send in your orders for our fine Pies, Cakes, Candies, and Ice Cream. RING ! RING ! ! KEEP ON RINGING ! Telephones, Bell 182, Mutual 338. HELLO ! HELLO ! ! SS53-2t Wanted. A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE work. Apply at corner of Bereta nia and Keeaumoku streets. 3S53-3t To Let. A PART OF STORE AT 103 Fort street. Apply on Premises. 3S33-3t Election of Officers. A T THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting cf Wilder's Steamship Company, Limited, held at their office in this City, on the 26th inst., the follow ing officers were elected to serve during the ensuing year: C. L. Wight President J. F. Hackfeld Vice-President S. B.Rose Secretary R. B. Rose Treasurer W. F. Allen Auditor S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, November 26th, 1S94. 3553-1 m Election of Officers. A THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the Kahului Railroad Company, Limited, held at their office in this City on the 26th inst., the following officers were elected to serve durinsr the ensuing year : G. P. Wilder President S. G. Wilder ice-President S. B Rose Secretary C. L. Wight Treasurer C. J. Fait Auditor 5. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, November 26th, 1S94. Keep your friends abroad posted on Hawaiian allairs. beDd them SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS, Pinkolene Ointment for all skin troubles. lw Princess Toilet Powder. No cheap' powder so good ; no good powder so cheap. lw. Workingmen. 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 N. S. Sachs'. 520 Fort street. & Men's Fancy Underwear, in suits, reduced from 2.oO to si.oO 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 cent3, at X. S. Sachs', Fort street. EXT Fine Photgraphing. At Wil liams' show cases are to be seen niini ture photographs on watch dials which he is 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. fXT" For Bat gains In New and SecoDd-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow-ei-a, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. If you want to sell 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. Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Burs, Bureaus. Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby, Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewincr Machines. Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. 1., corner of Nuuanu and King: streets. Kawaiahao Seminary Benefit ! Friday, November 30, 1894, RECITATIONS : AND :- SINGING. 4 Admission 25 cents. Refreshments served after the entertainment. 3853-td Animal Meeting'. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Kwa Plan tation Company will be held at the office of Castle '& Cooke, on FRIDAY, November 0th, 1891, at 10 o'clock a.m. E. D. TENNEY, Secretary Ewa Plantation Company. 384S-td To Rent. PART OF STORE, 6UITA ble for Real Estate and Collecting Agency or Cigar Fine location. Lights fur Rent very low. Enquire of 8tand. nished. S. B. CHAMPAIN, 3S48-2w Criterion Barber Shop. POLARISCOPES ! SCHMIDT AZSTD HAEN8CH POjLAKiSCOP.ES ! With all Accessories. For Sale by Benson, Smith & Co. 3S52-lw For Sale. Horse, Brake and Harness. $ioo Cash ! CO"A Bargain. Address "B this office. 3S43-3t King-street Restaurant MOVED TO OLD ELECTRIC Light Station, two doors from Ala kea street. Private rooms and private boxes. 3S52-lw For Kent. FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF fice and living rooms adjoining at the corner of Punchbowl and Bereta- nia streets. The premises formerly occupied by Dr. Foote and lately bv Dr. Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait ing Room, Laboratory, Ope rating Room, Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Koom, etc. E& Possession given December 1st, 1S94. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, GS-52-' Office, next Postoffice. To Whom It May Concern. -VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN JLi that any person or persons puchas ing from See Qon of Kalihi, Oahu, his interest in an i to a lease to .ee Quon and See Lin from Manuel A Barate, said purchaser ill be held responsible for the full amount due on a mortgage to the undersigned. P. G. CAM AKINOS. Hono'u!u, November If. 1S94. 3S45-lm 2Cru) urtriisnimtts. A Rhyme for k 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 naivjht I May etatesmen of the future say, And point to his fair lay : "In honor 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!" Woveu Wire Bailey IVXarmfaoturer of IMetalic Bed. steads and "Woven. "Wire Beds. HOTEL STREET, Next door Horn's Steam Eakery, Honolulu. 3765-lmtf Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly occupied by JLafciti Lemonade works. Lpply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf Offices to Let IN THE IMPROVED CAKTTTRIGHT 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 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-tr FOR SALE! THE RESIDENCE LATELY OCCL'TCED BY Mr.A.J. Cartwright at Makiki PKICE - $12,00O. The houses and grounds are open for inspection daily. The janitor on the grounds will attend. For full particulars apply to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, 3791-tf Trustee. Kailua, Kona, Hawaii "YflSS PARIS HAVING TAKEN xfX a house in Kona. is prepared to re ceive a lincited number of gueste. The place is conveniently located near the landing, and accessible to all the roads in the district, while the uniformlv 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, Kailua. Kona. SS40-tf Hawaii. To Rent. THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD ing formerly occupied by the Union Ice Works and adioininz Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms raoderate. Apply to HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY. SS12 2m To Kent. A COTTAGE IN REAR OF No. 1S9 Nuuanu street. Enquire at Furniture Store, King street, Alakea. 3S13-tf near FOR SALE CHEAP ! A SURRY IM VERY GOOD REPAIR. Honolulu Carriage Manufactory w. w WRIGHT, Fropretor. 3$4-tf OXCE MORE IX THE LAND ! N. F. BURGESS Is ajjain prepared to repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Water Tips, Saw Fil ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and Scissors; Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also Setting Glass, in fact aH kinds of jobbing Work" called for and returned. Ring" up 152 Mutual Telephone an3' time before 9 o'cl oc kA..v. S S34- G in (General Sltocrtiscmrnts. c. & c. FLOXJ Has gained the con- fidence of all con- sumers. Prices below any other No. i Stand- ard Flour in market. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Tlieo. H. Davies &Co., SOLE AGENTS. 3833-tf Ice and Cold Storage at Nominal Cost HALL'S (LONDON, E. C.) PATENT Carbonic and Hydride Refrigerat ing and Jce 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 the machine. Hall's Patent Brine Walls, (portable) may be used in cold storage chamber. See illustrated catalogue. GEO. CAVENAGH, Agent, Alakea street. P. S. By the above named process. one to twenty ton of ice per day can be turned out at comparatively small cost. 3845-tf Executrix' Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING been appointed Executrix of the Will of S. N. Castle, late cf Honolulu, de ceased, by order of Hon. W. A. AVhiting, First Judge of the First Circuit Court, sitting in Probate, dated the 12th day of November, 1894, hereby notifies all per sons having claims against said Estate to present the same with the vouchers duly authenticated within six months from date or the" will be forever barred All persons owing said Estate are request ed to make immediate Fettlement. Cairns may be presented at the office of W.R. Castle or Castle & Cooke. MARY CASTLE, Executrix Will of S. N. Castle. Dated Honolulu, November 13, 1894. 3 84 1-2 w 1 602-4 w An Edison Phonograph OF THE LATEST IMPROVED make, but little used, is offered 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. The pur chaser will be taught how to manipulate the machine and how to repair any pro bable injury. The only reason for the sale is the intention "of the present owner to leave the country. Intending purchasers may have opportunity to see the machine in operation by calling at oo norei street, .McLean BJo-k (near Nuuanu street), between the hours of 11 a. m. ana l p. m. eacn dav unti thp 24th i 1 a ... inst., or by addressing the undersigned I care of Postoffice. ' 3845-1 w C. ST(FCKfE. For Sale. 4 NYONE VISITING THE COAST r. will need an Uvercoat; I have a brand new one, never worn ; verv latest s'yle and tailor made : cost $75, and is h beauty; will sell for $30. Call on or ad dress "X," this office. 3S5i 1t R X:cu Utocrllscn:rnt& rmmmmmnmT. It's easy, l cheap, I time- I savm business-like, to use a "Ciligraph" 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 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, Honolulu. auuujjiiuuuuiijuuuuua Election of Officers. AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the Kohala Sugar Com pany held on Saturday, November 10tht the following officers were elected for the ensuing year : S O Allen President 31 P Robinson Vice-President J B Atherton Treasurer W A Bowen Secretary C M Cooke Auditor E. D. TENNEY, Acting Secretary. Honolulu, H. I., November 12th, 1894. 3S41-2w Notice, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the adjourned annual meet ing of the Haleakala Ranch Company held this day, the followincr were elected as officers of the Company lor the en suing year, viz : H. P. Baldwin, Esq President L. A. Thursron, Esq Vice-President G. H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer V. O. Smith, Esq Auditor E. F. Bishop Secretary E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Haleakala Ranch Company. Dated Honolulu, November 6th, 1894. 3S36-lm 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 the ensuing j-ear, viz: Fam'l. C. Allen, Esq ....President Wm. F. Allen, Eeq Vice-President George H. Robertson, Esq Treasurer Mark P. Robinson, Esq Auditor E. F. Bishop Secretary The above named also act as the Ecard of Directors of the Companv. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Wailuku Sugar Company. Honolulu, October 22d, 1894. 3823-1 m Election of Officers. XjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -L that at the annual meeting of the Oxomea Slgar 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 Companv. E. F. BISHOP, Secre'ary Onomea Sugar Company. Dated Honolulu, October 23d, 1S94. 3824-1 m Notice of Election of Officers f ' HE FOLLOWING were elected for the OFFICERS year 1894-5 at the annual meeting of the Reciprocity -ugar Company held in Honolulu, on the Cth day of November, 1894: W.O. Smith President W. H. Cumming.s Vice-President W. R. Castle Secretary II. P. Baldwin Treasurer T W. Hobron Auditor Who also constitute the Board Directors. W. R. CASTLE, Secretary Recipro ty Sugar Company. Dated Hono'uiu, November 6, 1S94. 3838 lt.0i-2w of