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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, December 10, 1894, Image 6

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THJS PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOIiTJXU, DECEMBER 10, 1S94.
CONSPIRING AGIST LARSEN.
A Special Officer Bribes Another to
Commit a Crims.
To Plantation Managers.
A FRESH, NEW
1Vntrt the I-trctIe to 1- tM-l. t
;t II Im Out of the War
1'Iut FalU Throujli.
Another conspiracy cae lia-i come
to light. This time the life of the
Government i not aimed at, but the
; life of one man in. That man N W'il-
liam Larst.ii, who ha charge of the
; local detective service. Information
came direct to him that one man had
offered another money to stick a knife
into him. Mr. Laraeu has reported
the matter to Marshal Hitchcock, who
will hold an investigation.
Mr. Laraeu wa .seen last evening
about the conspiracy, hut he declined
to talk, saying, " The matter is in the
hands of the Marshal, and for that
reason I do not care to discuss it."
From another source, however, the
facts were gained. It seems that there
are three men now on the special
police service who have taken a dis
HIta to Tatsph. Th men recently ar
rived from California, and that is
about all that is known of them. For
some reason, they wish him removed
tmm th fnrpft. and aro credited with
saying that they will accomplish their
purpose even ii tney are compeneu 10
resort to foul means. They have
started on the latter track, as a man
called at LArsen's bouse the other day
and Informed him that he was in hard
luck since his arrival in town, and had
been sharing the room of one of these
men. Several days ago he was offered
$20 if he would "stick a knife Into
TrnAn Ha took the nionev. and.
after deliberating on the matter over
night, he decided that ne wouiu noi
make the assault, and returned the
bribe. His room-mate then upbraided
him for his cowardice, as he called it,
and then threatened him with all sorts
of punishment. The man has since
tried to get employment on outgoing
vessels, but his friend has preceded
him in each case, and has slandered
him, with the result that he was re
fused work.
One of the men has made himself
particularly obnoxious to Larsen. He
has been dogging his footsteps con
tinually, but does not get within arms
length, or otherwise he wouli have to
ride for some time to come, as the de
tective oftlcer has the reputation of be
ing a very determined man when he
is started. It is learned that Larsen
is not worrying over the matter, and,
as one of his friends remarked last
night, "when any of the three men
make a break, Lars-en will be on hand
and it will be a case where the best
man will win."
William Iar.seu, the man who has
been conspired against, has been on
the local police force for a long time.
He knows every thief in the country,
and, as a rule, when robberies are
committed it does not take him long
to locate the guilty ones. It was only
the other day that be unearthed a
burglary that had been a puzzle to the
authorities. He Is considered a lirst
class man, and like other ofiicers in
his lice makes enemies among ieop!e
who have no respect for laws.
.
xMUSIC AND STEREOPTICON.
ft "Up
6 "He
c"Slui
Programme of Concert at Kanmaka
pili Church Tomorrow Evening.
Tomprryw evening, tb? concert
and siereopiicon lecture for leers'
Merry Christmas ' takes place at
Kaumakapili Church, commencing
at 7:45 o'clock. The programme
is divided into two parts, and ij an
excellent one one that is sure to
please the large audience that will
be present. Following is the pro
gramme :
PART J.
Organ Solo "Festival March".Sraart
Mr. Wray Taylor.
a "Regrets" ..Jennie Black
.Loves Me .Chadwick
ruber Song Bay e
Miss Grace Richards.
Trio Idylle for violin, viola ami
guitar- ...... Dreyschock
Messrs. H. Ileitman, J. Rosen and A.
Marque.
Male Quartette "Serenade" Main
Messrs'. C. Booth, H. F. Wichman,
"Walter Dillingham and Ernest
Ross.
Contralto I a 'Ritounelle"Chamiuade
Solos. b "Love's Eternity ".Rotoli
Miss Jessie R. Axtell.
Piano Solo "Fautaaie de Concerte"
.. Silva
Mr. H. Eca da Silva.
Song "Aloha Oe" Berger
Nellie McLennan.
Accompanist Miss Hopper
PART II.
Stereopticon views from many lands
briefly described by Mr. Jos. Marsden,
the stereoptican in charge of Mr. C.
Hedeman. Many of the views will be
musically illustrated.
First Coffee Yield Expected.
The arrival of the steamer Hall
will doubtless be an eventful one
among the enthusiasts in coffee cul
fnrp On that steamer Manacer
Miller will ship thirty-two sacks of I
collee Irom tne pianiauoa ui me
Hawaiian Tea and Coffee Company.
This will be the first invoice of any
amount of this new product of the
Islands.
The tambourine drill, which was
to be an attraction of the Kawaia
hao Church fair, will not be given,
but the French live doll show con
ducted by Mrs. Hall will make
plenty, of entertainment for the pa
trons of the fair.
OPKUA CLOAK, ULSTER AND DIKCCTOIRE JACKET.
In the center is an opera cloak of brown s-irin broc.i I with Ir;e poppies wic'i
free n leave.. Th npjr cape 'u of hrown velvet with imMaached fruipure anil j.t
pa4sMmiiterio. At th liht U an nlster with l.ir bcm i,itrm and igot sleeves.
At the left U a uiicctoire ywltct of blade Persian with t'lreo lare bone buttons.
OOK OUT FOR
mm w
OUE HOLIDAY GOODS!
n
1 S
Furniture Just Received !
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
BEDROOM SUITS
JSJT HiO"V PRICES:
Wicker Ware,
Bugs and Portiers of all sizes,
Shaving Stands,
Card Tables,
AND ROCKERS
In Oak or Cherry,and other goods
too numerous to mention.
J. FIOJPJP & . CO.,
74 King Street.
There's no need to fight
orer
.A
NAPA
SODA
Or to cry for it, because we have plenty in stock, fresh from
the springs, and at a price within the reach of all. We are
selling family cases, each containing sixty bottles of this
King of Table Waters
AT ?6 PER CASE.
Remember that we warrant every bottle. May be ob
tained at all the leading hotels and bars and of the
Hollister Drug Company, Limited
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR TDE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
523 FORT STREET.
HONOLULU.
DEESS
SILKS
!
DEESS SILKS ! !
SPECIAL !
TAFFETA SILKS!
IN C'HKCKS AI STIiirKS FOK
50 Cents :-
V YARD
AT-
N. S. SACHS',
520 Fort Street
Honolulu
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The following letters received from Mr. Jxo. A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Company, refer to the Avery Fertilizer
Distributors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian
Hardware Company are sole agents. Mr. Scott first saw
these implements at the Columbia Exhibition to Chicago, and
was so favorably impressed with their appearance that he
immediately ordered samples shipped in the Hilo Sugar Com
pany. Mr. H. Deacon, Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar
Company, secured one each of these implements from Mr.
Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them in the letter
published herewith:
Pepeekeo, Aug. S, 1S9-L
J. A. Scott,
Dear Sir: In reply to yours in relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
I received them, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools, and they may be used to great advantage either before or after
the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoon fields in the very
best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine, and I
would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and I find
that I shall need one more to fill our requirements here.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) H. Deagojc,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
'Wain-aiu, Hilo, Aug. 9, 1894.
Ms. E. R. Hexdrt, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: In reply to your enquiries regarding the working of the
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Di&rerers for some months and have duer some eisrht
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in and
about the roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. The machine works in fertil
izers on rattoon stools without any further hand labor, mixing them thor
oughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of the plant
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for 6ome time and I have
fertilized about four hundred acres with them thus far and they are doing
all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in an even manner
on each side of the cane and in whatever quantity desired. They are a good
labor saving machine and are doing the work of several men. These
machines are of light draft and strongly made and there is nothing liable to
get out of order I can fully recommend these to plantation owners.
I remain, yours truly,
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Son's
Implements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble
Diggers and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter
has solid discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably
adopted for use in the soil here and will be found necessary on
every plantation.
The Fertilizer Distributor is arranged to work on land
where the furrows are irregular with the same facility as
where they run even.
UAny information regarding these machines will be
furnished on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
BROWNIES
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C"-The Latest Fad. We Have Them in ShoesC?"
THE HANDPiCTDRERSSHOE COBPJNT,
FORT STREET,
Money-Saving Distributers of Boots, Shoes and
Rubbers, Honolulu, H. I.
The Hawaiian Express Company
Having established agencies in the principal porta of the Islands is
prepared to do a general Express and forwarding business.
Goods called for and delivered promptly at destination.
Special attention paid to merchandise sent C. O. D.
Baggage called for, checked and delivered to all out-going trains and
steamers. Our wagons meet all steamboats.
AVe have acquired the business of the Hawaiian Messenger Service,
and will furnish uniformed messengers on short notice.
We guarantee promptness and dispatch in all business intrusted to
our care.
Office and Stables, corner Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones 479. 3852-tf
XOTJ MUST
HAVE TO
MAKE GOOD
CROPS.
ANI
FINE LINE
Gents
n 1
rorfl
u
Good
AT
413 Fort Street.
MERCHANT TAILORING
A Specialty.
Notice is called to our window of
UNDERWEAR
AT
75 CENTS PER GARMENT.
Great Bargains !
CJT'Call and inspect cv.it stock .
VANCAMP, JOBXSTOK & STOREY
413 Fort Street.
3S45-tf
The Hawaiian Electric Company
FERTILIZERS !
o
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly
on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for eale at
the lowest market rates.
They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and
guarantee the analysis, and all that other firjD3 do
Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else.
A dollar saved is a dollar made.
.A.. IP. COOKE,
Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company.
Are now prepared to wire
houses either by contract or
day labor and to furnish elec
tric lamps, chandeliers and
fittings of all descriptions and
of elegant modern styles at
reasonable rates.
GET' The Company is now
extending its line to Kapiolani
Park, and parties dwelling on
the route who are desirous of
being connected on the
system, will please communi
cate with
THEO. HOFFMANN,
Manager.
Hawaiian Electric Co,

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