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TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADV-ERTISEK: HONOLULU, DECEMBER 3. 1894.
7 LOCAL BREVITIES. Kauai is receiving a good share of rain. Hand concert at Km ma Equare tonight. How many seeds are there in the watermelon? The liuilding and Loan Society meets tonight. The Anclican Church Chronicle for December i3 out. G. X. Wilcox and J. F. Hackfeld arrived from Kauai yesterday. Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A. M. meets tonight to elect omcers The Claudine did uot, bring any mail from either liana or kanului. Denutv Collector McStocker and family are expected home in the Australia. retain J. W. Pratt will soon leave for San Francisco to spend a vacation. The band did not play at the Hotel on Saturday night, owing to the rainstorm. The Paradise of the Pacific for December will be issued in time lor the Australia's mail. The Warrimoo from the Colonies was due yesterday. She must have met with stormy weather. It is reported that F. L.Stolz has resigned his position at Kahului and will locate in Honolulu. In making purchases at Sach's store you get a blank and a chance to guess for the banquet lamp. The examination of J. P. Bowen, charged with arson, will take place in the District Court tomorrow. The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Eagan's infant daughter will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from J. H. Paty's residence. King Bros, have a splendid lot of Hawaiian watercoior vnnstmas cards that will be appreciated by those desiring an attractive holiday remembrance. j Frank Clifford, who has been a clerk in the Marshal's office for some time, is about to resign v to take charge of the Press Publish ing Company. The annual meeting of stock holders of the Hawaiian Sugar Company will be held this morn ing at 10 o'clock at the office of W. G. Irwin fe Co. The executive committee of the Woman's Board, and the chairmen of the kindergarten committees will meet at the Central Union Church this morning at 10:30 o'clock. The useful Christmas present is often the one most highly appre ciated. Sewing machines and household articles that can be brought into every-day use are what Castle fc Cooke offer for the holidays. Hand engraved leather goods of J the finest Mexican call are tne lav est holiday novelties which H. F. Wichman is putting on the mar ket. The chatelaine bag and belt is just what ladies need in their round of shopping. Quick sales and small profits en able B. F. Ellers & Co. to offer splendid bargains of interestto la dies looking for late New York, Pari3 and London styles at New York, Paris and London prices. Madras curtains at $4 a pair. Terrill and Griffith, the San Fran cisco wheelmen, will leave for home tomorrow in the bark Albert. They are delighted with their visit, and have nothing but praise lor tne kind treatment bestowed on them by the local cyclists. Captain Griffith's wife and daughter will probably remain in town until the Albert returns. Dinner at Hawaiian Hotel. The passengers of the delayed Australia missed a splendid French dinner at the Hawaiian hotel by not arriving Saturday night. As it was the guests of the hotel and a party of outsiders enjoyed the elab orate menu prepared by Steward Chapman. The tables were made attractive by large bouquets of flowers. The dinner was first class in every particular. Berger's or chestra played in the parlors dur ing the evening, and dancing in the lanai was enjoyed till a late hour. Death of Amos P. Jones. Amos P. Jones died last evening at the residence of F. J. Turner on Fort street. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The deceased was eighty years of age. He had been a resi dent of the islands for about thirty five years. He was formerly a sugar planter on Maui when wooden roller mills were used. He leaves two daughters and a son in the States. His wife wa8 expected in the Claudine last evening, but the did not arrive. ARRIVAL OP THE CLAUDINE. Rough Weather Prevents Her Land ing at Kahului or Hana. A Strong 'ortl-Kat 1VInl Keeps the Vessel at 3Ihukona But Lit tle Mail ISi-ought. The derelict Claudine was tele phoned last evening about 6:30 o'clock. Her delay could not be accounted for with any degree of accuracy, so a large number of peo ple crowded on her wharf to learn the trouble. It took them some time to get any information, for the reason that Capt. Cameron steamed over to the cattle pen to land the live stock before the passengers were put on shore. The poor animals had a rough trip coming over. The Claudine reports vary stormy weather; in fact, the wind and waves were so strong on the coast of Maui, that a landing could not be made either at Kahului, Hana or Maalaea bay. She left Mahukona on Saturday morning about 11 o'clock for Kawaihae to take on cattle, and, owing to the storm, was forced to put back to the first named port. She put out both anchors and remained stationary until yesterday morning at 5 o'clock and ran to leeward between Lanai and Kahoolawe and anchored off Lahaina at 11 o'clock. She re mained there for about an hour and a quarter and then started for Honolulu. She brought but six passengers C. J. Falk, A. Haas, Dr. George Herbert, A. Haneberg, C. Von Hamm and M. Murphy. The car go consisted of fifty bead of cattle and nineteen packages. She did not bring any deck passengers. Mr. Falk boarded her to go to Ka hului. A few letters from Maku kona and a small package from Lahaina was all the mail that was brought. Annual Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Hawaiian Sugar Co., will be held at the office of Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,on MONDAY, December 3d, 1894. at 10 o'clock a. m. W. L. HOPPER, Secretary Hawaiian Sugar Co. 335G-2t PIONEER Building and Loan Association. rpiIE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET JL ing will b held at the Chamber of Commerce, MONDAY EVENING, De cember 3, at 7 :30 o'clock. Hereafter, for the convenience of those who cannot attend the meetings, pay ments will be received at the rooms of the Association AND THERE ONLY, from 2 to 5 p. m. Saturdavs prior to each meeting. HJ Payments are required in Gold. A. V. GEAR, 3SoG-2t Secretary. Notice. THE STEAMER KINAU will leave Hito SUNDAY, December 23d, at 1 o'clock p.m., and arrive at Honolulu, MONDAY, December l4th. at 5 o'clock p. m. WILDER'S HTEAMSUIP COMPANY. Honolulu, November 2Stb, 1S94. 35S7-td Miss O. 13. Greenwell DRESSMAKER, LATE OF J. J. Egan's has made her headquarters at the Arlington Cottage, (entrance on hotel st.) where she will be pleased to see her old customers and many new ones. 3S37-1W Meeting Notice. i THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of the Stockholders of Wilders Steamship Co., at their office on TUESDAY, December 4th, 1S94, at 10 o'clock a. m. S. B. RUSE, 3856-tf Secretary. annual Meeting-. rpHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET 1 ing of the Hawaiian Rifle Associa tion will be held in the parlors of the Arlington Hotel on TUESDAY EVEN ING next, December 4th, 1604, at 7:30 The election of officers for the ensuing year will take place and other important matters will come before the meeting. A fall attendance is desired. FRANK HUSTACE, President. I rank Clifford, Secretary. 3S56-2t To Whom It May Concern. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN JLN that any person or persons puchas ing from See Quon of Kalihi, Oahu. his interest in an to a lease to cee Quon and See Lia from Manuel A Barate, said purchaser will be held responsible for the fall amount due on a mortgage to the undersigned. P. G. CAMAKINOS. Honolulu, November 16. 1894. 3845-lm 8PEOIAL BUSINESS ITEMS, Seal Presses complete in twenty-four hours at Wichman's, $6, $6, S, $6. 0" Pinkolene Ointment for all skin troubles. lw Princess Toilet Powder. 2s o cheap powder so good ; no good powder so cheap. 1 gjST" 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 X. S. Sachs'. 520 Fort street. ST Fine Wichman's. Watch repairing at &J3 Men'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. &B Pine Photgraphing. At Wil liams' ehow cases are to be seen mini 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. fC& 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. E7 It you want to sell out your Furniture In its entirety, call at the I. X. L. t3G. 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. All manner of complicated Watch Work at Wichman's. EJST 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 lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and Kins: streets. Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. k A. M THERE WILL BE A v'v'r' Mated -Meeting ot Hawaiian V Lodge No. 21 F. & A. M., at its hall, Masonic Temple, corner of Hotel and Alakea streets, THIS (Monday) EVENING, December 3, at 7 :o0 o'clock, for Election of Officers. Members of the Lodge Le Progres and all sojourning Brethren are fraternally invited to be present. Bv order of the W. M. T. E. WALL. 3S57-U Secretary. To Rent or .Lease. 2S THE PREMISES CORNER JL7 Queen and Punchbowl streets, formerly occupied by Sanders' Express. Possession given at once. For terms, apply to JOHN F. COLBURN. November 23, 1S94. 3555 2w For Kent. 5S FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF ffijt fice and living rooms adjoining at the corner of Punchbowl and .bereta nia streets. The premises formerly occupied by Dr. Foote and lately by Dr. Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait ing Room, Laborlatory.Operat ing Room, Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Koom, etc. CE7"Possession given December 1st, 1894. Applv to j. ALFRED MAGOON, 3S52-f Office, next Postoffice. ' To Rent. PART OF STORE, SDITA ble for Real Estate and 25a Collecting Agency or Cigar Stand. Fioe location. Lights fur nished. Rent verv low. Enauire of S.B. CHAMPAlN, 3S4S-2w Criterion Barber Shop. OSCE MORE IN THE 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. Wo rk called for and returned. Ring up 152 Mutual Telephone any time before 9 o'clock a. m- 3S34-6m To the Public I HAVE OPENED UP A COM plete 6tock of Groceries and carry everything needed for your table. New goods arriving by every steamer. Call and get my prices before buying. GE. MclNTYKE, 3So5-27t 222 Nuuanu street, j Nrto SUtotrtiscmtnts. WIRE NAILS, All Sizes. Common and Finishiog ! VERY LOW WILDER & CO. LIMITED. 3$ol 160G-3m THE Merchants' Exchange Will receive by the Australia this morning A FKESH INVOICE OF ENTERPRISE BEER ! ALSO- OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS 1 3S03-tf Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. gjmj Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf Offices to Let IN THE IMPROVED CAIITVVRIGIIT 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. S796-tf FOR SALE ! THE RESIDENCE LATELY OCCUPIED BY Mr.A.J. Cartwright at Makiki PlilCE - $12,000. The houses and grounds are open for inspection daily. The janitor on the grounds will attend. For full particulars apply to BRUC S CARTWRIGHT, 3791-tf Trustee. For Sale. I HAVE JUST IMPORTED and have for sale sixtv head of FINE YOUNG MULFS from 3 to 5 years old. Call and get terms be fore purchasing elsewhere. Call or ad dress B. T. McCULLOUGH, 3S4S-2w Arlington Hotel. To Kent. THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD ing formerly occupied by the Union Ice Works and adjoining Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate. Applv to HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY. SS12 2m To Kent. A COTTAGE IN REAR OF No. 1S9 Nuuanu street. Enquire at Furniture Store, King street, near Alakea. 3313-tf For Sale. ANYONE VISITING THE COAST will need an Uvercoat ; I have a brand new one, never worn; very latest .style and tailor made ; cost $75, and is a beauty ; will sell for $30. Call on or ad dress "X," this office. 3850 lw Kailna, Kona, Hawaii MISS PARIS HAVING TAKEN a house in Kona, is prepared to re ceive a line ited number of guests. The 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, Kailna, Kona, 8840-tf Hawaii. Lost. WAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S draft on C. Brewer & Co., No. 953, favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on eame has been stopped. Finder ple&se return to S$07-3m WING WO CHAN & CO. ittrai SUtorrtiscmtntB. c. & c. Has srained 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. J333-tf Ice 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 ocd 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 comparativelv small cost. 3845-tf Executrix' Notice. pHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING - been appointed Executrix of the Will of S. N. Castle, late of Honolnlu, de ceased, by order of Hon. V. A. "Whiting, First Judge of the First Circuit Courc, 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 they will be forever barred All persons owing said Estate are request ed to make immediate Fettlement. Claims 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. 3841-2w 1602-4 w Hawaiian Cofee Planters Manua "With Notes of the Methods of Coffee Cul ture Practiced In Guatemala, Brazil, 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 BY H. M. WHITNEY. PRICE -: SO : CENTS. fcfiir For eale by all news dealers. HA WA II A S GA ZETTE CO. Publishere. FLOUR 5 it's easy, I cheap, business-like, 10 Ibi t rn Who will ihir.k you are wideawake znd progressive if yoii 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 anv other type writer, because it is simpler, H lasts longer and does cleaner H wuirt man atijr isitiki. 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, 5 t iZ Honolulu. fc.UJ.il Hill LUJLLU.U UIt Election of Officers. AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the Kobala Sugar Com pany held on Saturday, November 10th, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year : S C Allen President M P Robinson Vice-President J B Atherton Treasurer W A Bowen Secretary C M Cooke Auditor E. D. TENNEY, Acting Secretary. Honolulu, II. I., November I2th, 1894. 384l-2w Notice. NOTICE IS 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 lor the en suing year, viz : II. P. Baldwin, Esq President L. A.Thurston, Esq Vice-President (i II. Robertson, Esq Treasurer W. O. Smith, Esq Auditor E. F. Bishop Secretary E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Haleakala Ranch Compan3r. Dated Honolulu. November Cth, lfc!94. 3336-lm Election of Officers. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT jJH at the annual meeting of the Wai Iuku Sugar Company held this day, the following named were elected as officers of the Company for the year, viz: ensuing Sam'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-lm Election of Officers. TVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -Li that at the annual meeting of the Okomea Slgab 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, Eeq 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, Secre'ary Onomea Sugar Company. Dated Honolulu, October 23d, 1894. 3824-lm Notice of Election of Officers 'IMIE FOLLOWING OFFICERS were elected for the year 1894-5 at the annual meeting of the Reciprocity Sugar Company held in Honolulu, on the tith day of November, 1894 : W. O. Smith W. H. Cumraings W. R. Castle H.P. Baldwin T V. Hobron President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Auditor Who also constitute the Board Directors. W. R. CASTLE, Secretary Reciprocity Sugar Company. Dated Honolulu, November 6, 1894. 3838 I60l-2w of