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THE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAIi ADVEBTISEK: HOJSOIaUIiU, DECEMBER G, 1S94.
AH OLD ROBBERYCASE REVIVED. Charles Mitchell Arrested for a Bur- glary Committed Long Ago. BYAUTHOKITY. Thr Mytery Surrouncllof the Hollloger Kobbrry Cleared C at. I-Jt A 'tl I'rlnr Confee. Charles Mitchell, a half-caete, employed in the Inter-Island ehops, was taken from hia Trork yesterday and locked up, charged with being an accomplice in a robbery that took place over two years ago. On Sunday morning, October 2.'!, 1892, a eafe in Hollinger's shop, on Queen street, was forced open with the aid of gunpowder. The explosion wa3 heard about 4 o'clock in the morn ing by a Mutual telephone operator. The burglars obtained $15 for their work and then decamped. Sus picion fell on a negro named Sum mers, but no evidence could be secured against him. Summers waa afterwards arrested for the Cartwright robbery, found guilty and sentenced to four years on the reef. He is now working in a prison gang on Hawaii. Sale of Government Lot at Kan namano, Hamakua, Hawaii. On MONDAY, January 7th, 1894 at, 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at Pub lic Auction, a tract of Government Land situate at Kaunamano, Hamakua, Ha waii, containing an area of 59 acres, a little more or less. This tract is suitable for cultivation of Cane, Coffee and other agricultural industries. Upeet price $SCO. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior OSice, December 3, 1S94. i 2A5S-3t Sale of Government Lots in the District of Kilo, Island of Hawaii. On Monday, January 7, 1S9, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at Public Auction 17 Lots of Government Land in Kaumana, Kahoabana, Paana and Lau pahoehoe, Ililo, Hawaii. The Kaumana Lota are situated from 3 to 5 miles above the town of Ililo, and are suitable for the cultivetion of coffee and other agricultural industries. The case was then in Captain borf are situateJ ,n wh - , called the North Ililo Coffee Belt, and they are in the immediate vicinity of the Barnard Coffee Plantation. Larsen's hands, but he could no make any headway with it, to he finally gave up hope of ever catch ing the guilty ones. The same oflicer made a raid on a number of petty thieves the other day, and among them was a native named Puukela. Larsen examined them all, and when he reached Puukela he found the man willing to tell all ne Knew, in tne course ot a con versation, he epoke about the Hoi linger robbery, and finally made a confession which implicated him self, Summers, a third man, who is away, and Mitchell. Summers will be eent for at once to stand his trial with Mitchell. Puukela will give evidence for the Government, and, on that account, will not be prosecuted. At the time the robbery was com mitted, many were surprised at the method used. They thought that a gang of burglars had arrived from San Francisco. It was the first instance on record where local thieves had resorted to gunpowder. The men gained entrance through a side door. The shop tools were used to remove the combination when a charge of gunpowder was inserted ; a wet bag was placed around the safe to deaden the sound of the explosion. The safe-door was knocked off its hinge3 by the force of the concussion, and the iron vault was otherwise damaged con siderably. Mr. Hollinger had $900 in the eafe the day before the rob bery, but fortunately removed the money late in the afternoon to a a safer place, leaving the fifteen dollars in the safe, which the bur glars took. KAUMANA LOTS. No. of Cost of Upset Lot Area. Survey. Price. 17 91.70 63.05 f 92 00 20 117.90 81.80 89.00 21 106. SO 74.15 54 00 22 116.00 S0.50 58.00 KAHOAIIAXA LOTS. 10 43.2 2S.10 216.C0 11 63.S 41.45 319.00 12 72.7 47.25 364 00 13 66.9 43.50 335.00 PAANA LOTS. S 17.4 23.00 S7.00 9 9.6 12.00 4S.0O LAUPAIIOEHOE LOTS. 2 24.S 16.10 75.00 3 19.9 16.95 100.00 4 12.4 10.15 38.00 5 92.3 60.00 370.00 6 104.2 67.75 417.00 7 20.7 16.55 104.00 8 a. 61.1 52.70 406.00 Holiday Trade Opening. The effect of the recent business depression in the States upon the trade among the retail houses of islands is demonstrated in the Christmas trade. Last 3'ear nearly every house had it3 stock complete by the middle of November, and by the first weeks in December the holiday trade was well underway. This year the inability to get orders filled in the States has delayed the "nival of goods fully a month. The last Australia brought invoices which, under ordinarv circum stances, would have arrived three weeks ago. Thi3 delay, however, is not without its benefits. Retail ers can buy close and give pur chasers later designs at the very lowest prices. While the holiday trade will be more concentrated, and storekeepers will have to do two months' work in one, the pros pects are that the volume of trade will be quite as large as any pre ceding 3'ear. Public Moonlight Concert. The fourth moonlight concert of the weekwill be given tonight at Emma Square by the Hawaiian Band, commencing at the usual hour: PART I. 1. Overture "French Comedy"- Bela 2. Waltz "Southern Rreeze'.Meisler 3. Saxophone Solo "The Trouba dour"- Liebert Mr. s. Santanna. 4. Echo Piece "In Switzerland" M Hume Messrs. Kreuter ami Kapua. PART 11. 5. Selection "Pirates of Pen zance" - -Sullivan 6. Waltz "Jolly Girls" Vollstedt 7. Mazurka "'ana" Correggio 8. Schottische "Giddy Glrl3".Berger "Hawaii Ponoi." TERMS AND CONDITIONS. No person will be allowed to purchase more than one Lot. The terms of the sale are cash or at the option of the Purchaser one-fourth of the purchase price Cash, and the re mainder in cpal installments in one, two and three j'ears, with interest pay able Semi-Annually at the rate of Seven (7) per cent, per annum. Each purchaser shall begin substan tial cultivation and improvement of his lot during the first year, and shall con tinue such cultivation through the suc ceeding two years. At tins end of the third year, if all con ditions have been performed by pur chaser, he shall receive Patent conferring Fee Simple Title. Failure to perform the above conditions shall work forfeiture of interest in the land. In case of forfeiture, land to be sold at Auction by the Government, and if such eale result in an advance on the original price, the original purchaser to receive therefrom the amounts of his payments to the Government on account of pur chase, without interest, and a pro rata share in such advance in proportion to the amounts ot his parments. If such sale shall result in a lesser price than the original, the amount of his payments returned to him shall be charged with a pro rata amount of such decrease pro portioned to the amount of his payments. An agreement shall be signed by each purchaser with the Government covering these conditions, and any assignment of such Agreement shall work a forfeiture thereof. Each purchassr shall pay the cost of survey and plotting of the lots immedi ate!' after the sale, together with the l first installment of the purchase price. The Map showing Survey can be ex amined at the Land Office, Interior De partment, and at the Office of A. B. Loebenstein, Ililo, Hawaii, where full information can also be obtained in this regard. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, December 1, 1S94. 3s5S-3t Mexican Art Leather Goods GENUINE Clearance -: Sale of AT- H. E. McINTTRE & BRO., WICHMAN'S IMPORTERS VTE DEALERS I3NT WICHMAN'S. Leather goods made of the FINEST MEXICAN CALF, engraved by hand, is a new addition to this year's line of useful novelties. They hardly need advertising as mey sei on sigui. scarcely a cus tomer w ho has not bought some arti cle in this line. Others however may not have been, and those we desire to reach with thi3 "AD." The ladies' Chatellajne Bag, as light as a feather, and beautiful in shape, caught right on as it will with you when you see it. As a conven ient bag for your day's shopping, noth ing could be more desirable. But the " CINCH ' Is on the Belt. Made in all lengths and in a variety of patterns ; called the "Tennis players delight" same as "Jack" makes, only different. Like wise Purses, Card Cases, Bill Books, Photo Holders and Eye-Gla83 Cases. Oar regular line of fine leather goods has not been neglected ; and all new styles this season will be found in our large stock. Russian enameled borders and the Brownie combinations are most used. Groceries. Pr ovisions m EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS BELOW COST! New Goods received by every packet from the Faftern States and Furope. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Postotfice Box 145. Telephone No. 92. Grand Opportunity for Holiday Gifts. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, -AXI- J. E. GOMES, HOTEL STREETS. SS39-2m 40U FORT STREET. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK of Jauanse Silk and Cotton, Crepes, Japanese Figured Silks, Fine frilk Pajamas, Ladies' 8ilk Nightgowns, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Neckties, Kimonos, Silk Picture Frames, Fans, Fine btraw Hats, Jiamooo screens, 1'orcelain and .Lacquer Ware, TOYS, BAMBOO, TRAVELING BASKETS ! Flower Bulbs, Japanese Ru?s, all sizes, and everything that goes to-make up a complete hcock ; jubi wnai you want lor presents, uur troods are marked lotc. WGIVE UsJ A CALL. O MUEATA & CO. Marshal's Sale. DELICATE DELIC I ODS i f DAINTY 11 I I ! ask: your grocer for BED LABEL OYSTERS These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits. Quantity N. K.The Cans of This Brand Than Those of Contain a any Other Greater E, F. W1CHMAN, FORT STREET. All Is Not Frank B. Peterson & Co., Coast Agents EVERYBODY lOSTOWS . Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything from a One-roomed House to a New City Hall. VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE- cution issued out of the First Circuit Court, on the 1st day of November, A.D. 1S94, against W. Il. Cummings, defend ant, in favor of Mrs. J. K. Iaukea, plain tiff, for the sum of $557.00, I have levied upon and shall expose for pale at the Police Station, in the District of Honolulu, Island of OaMi, at 12 o'clock noon of SATURDAY, the 2.9th dav of December, 1S94, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and inter est of the Raid V. U Cimimings, defend ant, in and to the followicg property, unless said judgment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. .List ot projerty lor sale : 1 Land at Kaluaopalena. Kalihi. Oahu. described in deed of J. Wahineaua to W. II. Cummings, dated April 14th. 1S90. and recorded in Lib?r 122, pages 312. 2 Land described in K. 1 3494 to W. H. Cummings, dated August 28, 1890, containing 1 acre 3 Land described in deed of Kuanu w and Luka kl, her husband to W. U. Cummings. dated July 30, 1890, recorded in Liber 25, page 291 . 4 Land in Keonepanee. Kahhi.Oahu. described in R. P. 3477 to W. H. Cum mings, dated March 20, 1890, containing an area of 4 acres. 5 19 Taro Patches with crop almost ripe. 6 House and Furniture. 7 Leases of lands at Kalihi: A Lease from Kahikina (w) and ethers to W. H. Cummirjes, dated Julv 1, 1890, recorded in Liber 124, page 473. B Lease from Kapule (w) to W. II. Cummings, datd April 26th, 1890, recorded in Liber page The above to be sold subject to a mortgage of $5000 00 to H. E. Cooke, Trustee, dated Dec. ISth 1890, recorded in Liber 132 page 9 23T" Teams Cash ; 17. S Gold Coin. SJSS For further particulars apply to J. L. Kaulukou and Enoch Johnson, Attorneys for the Plaintiff. E. G. HIICHCOCK, Marshal, Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, Oahu November 26, 1S94. 3e53-td Gold That Glitters. All Orders Left With John Nott, Kin Street, Will be promptly Attended to. rr fc 1 HAWAIIAN Behind a fair face oit times lurks deceit. A book with a handsome cover may contain nonsense. Shoes made for style alone, are like the house built upon the sands, the storms come and its glory departs so does the customer to come again never more. For a firm grip on the affect ions of a customer, try Mc Inerny shoes, where style is not omitted or quality sacri ficed. The m'inebny shoe store is now an established fact, and prepared to show all graders and styles of shoes. WATEKC0L0R Xmas Cards, Vrtistic Mini Original. NAILS. jK" ING- S The Daily Advertiser 75 cents month. Delivered by carrier. Uead This ! a At the Tent, The following questions will be answered in the gospel tent. First : "How do men and women enter in to covenant with God?" Second : "Can little children become mem bers of the Church of Christ?" TF YOU WaT A MOTIVE POWER, J. order a Kegan Vapor or Pacific Gab Engine; they are the beet, eafe.-t and (simplest in the world. J8. TINKER, ijoie Agont. gjw Send for catalog e Honolulu, H. I. SftSS-t For 75 cents a month yon can have the Actebtiseb left daily at yonr residence or office. Telephones 88. ART STORE, HOTEL STREET. 1 r TTTin 8 S EL O K STOKE. The Accommodation Line. ON' AND AFTER Nov ember 26, 1S94, there will be a daily line of stages from WAI&LUa. to PEARL CITY Sun days excepted, leaving Waialaa at 7 a m. and arriving at Pearl City in time for the 11 o'clock tain for Honolulu; leaving Pearl City on arrival of 1 :4o train from Honolulu, arriving at W'a'aluaat 6 p m. ED. BOG ART, Driver and Manager. Waialca, November 2b 1894. 3554-1 m FRANK J. KRUGER, Practical -:- Watchmaker CUMMINGS' BLOCK, FORT STREET, - - HONOLULU, H. I. IMTORTER AND DEALER WATCHES 27"R epai r i n gr specialty. (jive me a call before AND CLOCKS ! of fin Watches a buying. 3S53-3ai To the Public Coiiimoii All Sixes. and Fini i VERY Nestlc's Milk Food f..r infants ha, during 25 years, grown in favor v;:ii both doctors and mothers throughout the world, .r,d is now un questionably not only the best substitute for mothers' milk, but the food which agrees with the largest perccrtae of infants. Jc gives stren;?th and stu,:niri& to resist the weakening effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of thousands of infants.. To any mother sending her address, arid r.ienti.Miicjjr inis papr, we will ! send samp.es and oe.;npi:on of rsestic s tood. i! Tlios. Lee min g &. Co., Sole Ag'ti, 29 JIurray St., T. Y. ji LOW PKIUES ! WILDER & CO. LIMITED. 3851 Jf.0G-.3m The Agency for XJESTXE'S MILK FOOD IS WITH THE Hollister Drug Company, Limited Honolulu, H. I. 3858-tf THE F0H SALE 0HEA1J 323 Fort street, A SURRY IN "VERY GOOD REPAIR. Merchants' Exchange Hraololn Carrie ifanofacloiy Will receive by the morning Australia this A FKE9FI INVOICE OF ENTERPRISE BEER ! 3343-tf W. W. WEIGHT, Proprietor. ALSO- OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS 3S0S-tf F. W. MAKINNEY, TYPEWRITER, Conveyancer and Searcher cf Records FIRE. LIFE AXL Accident Insurance. I HAVE OPENED TJP A COM plete stock of Groceries and carry everything needed for your table. New goods arriving by every steamer. Call and get my prices before buving. GEO McINTYKE, 3S35 27t 322 Nuoanu street. All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly, cheaply and accurately. ALSO GENERAL COLLECTOR. "office: 318 post btbkkt 3848-tf ONCE MORE IN TBE LAND ! N. F. BURGESS Is ajain prepared to repair Garden Uose, Sprinklers, Water Taps, Saw Fil ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and Hcis3ors; 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. 3834-6 ro To Whom It May Concern. "JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any person or persons puchas ing from See Quon of Kalihi, Oahu. bis interest in and to a lease to fc'ee Quon and See Lin from Manuel A. Barate, said purchaser will be held responsible for tbe full amount due on a mortgage to the undersigned. P. G. CAMAKINOS. Honolulu, November 16. 1894. 3 S4 5-1 in