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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADYRTISEg; HONOLULU, DECEMBER 13, 1894.
LOCAL BREVITIES. A bay horse wa9 lost yesterday. C. A. Peacock left for Yokohama yesterday. A collar with a brooch attached has been lost. The Board of Health did not meet yesterday. The Sharpshooters will hold a meeting tonight. Mrs. W. II. Rice arrrived from Kauai yesterday. Send a conv of the Hawaiian Gazette with your letter today. At last accounts Hawaiian Com mercial stock wa3 quoted at $7.50. William Fish was fined 10 yes terdav for driving without, lights. The Mutual Telephone Company has given notice of its schedule of rates. Waianae and Waialua were both visited by a heavy rainfall last evening. The members of the Leilani Club are requested to meet this evening at the hotel. The California Fruit Market has Cnristmas turkeys at prices to suit the times. Unsweetened Xorwegianf con densed milk is sold by II. W. Schmidt fc Sons. The Minister of the Interior ad vertiees for tenders for boring two C-inch artesian wells. ( On January ICth, 1895, some remnants of Government lands will be sold at auction. the wife of Mr. George H. Babb. Mr. and Mrs. Babb left Honolulu last July after some three years connection with the Kamehameha School. The managers of the Kawaia hao church fair wish to announce that the fair will open at 7 :30 Friday evening, instead of 2 :30 in the afternoon as previously an nounced. On Saturday the fair will be open from 2:30 to 5 p. m. and 7 :30 to 10. SPECIAL, BUSINESS ITEMS. S&'Bargains in Handkerchiefs Children's fancy-border Handker chiefs at 50 cts. a dozen, Ladies' fancy- border Hankerchiefa reduced to 65 cts. a dozen; Special, Ladies' white, nemmed-stitch handkerchiefs fl per dozen, atN. S. Sachs,' 520 Fort St. Preparing for Christmas. Mrs. Boardman's "Ka Maile" stock Mrs. V G Trwin Afrsi W F Ms nearly an soia ana anucipaun Allen, Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh, "favy aemana lor nrisimas goous Messrs. H. Waterhouse. V. V. . Hall and W. O.Smith, President cle?! etc"J wL ch arrived on the Aus of the Board of Health, the com mittee asked to disburse the funds for the lepers "Merry Christmas" will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Judge Cooper cave a decision yesterday in favor of the plaintiff in the case of F. Dowsett vs. Flora James. The litigation in this case is over the payment of a promissory note of $200, and has taken the attention of the Court off and on for a good many months. The defend ant will pay the face of the note with interest and commissions. tralia. Her large and commodious lanai will be fitted up a$ a show room. All her old customers and the Hono lulu people in general are invited to inspect this magnificent stock of Christmas Goods. 3S61-3t SPECIAL MEETING. I tXtTJnat Opened A new lot of Ladies' and Children's Capes, Infant Cloaks; also a fine assortment of Silk- olenes, in figured and solid colors, at Sachs' Store, Fort Street. JO Seal Presses complete in twenty-four hours at Wichman's, $6, S6, $6, $6. CX& Patronize Ilaniwal Baths, Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door. W. S. Bartlett, Proprietor. STOCKHOLDERS HAIKU SU GAR COMPANY. CST" Private Lodgings for two gentlemen at "Diana Lodge," corner of Victoria and Thurston streets. A perfectly healthful place. Stabling convenience. Terms reasonable. 3858-lm "JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special meeting of the stock- holders of the Haiku Sugar Company will be held at the office of Messrs. Cas- December 18th. 1894. at 10 o'clock a. m. S WM A ROW FTNT Fecretary Haiku Sugar Company. Honolulu, tl. I., December 12, 1894 3866 td Mutual Telephone Company. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. VT A MEETING OF THE DIR EC tors of the Company held this dtv it was resolved that on and after the first day of January, 1895, the rates for the use of telephonic instruments will be as follows : Private Residences, per month ... .$2 50 Business Houses and Offices 4 00 Country Stations 7 50 tJf Payable quarterly in advance. J. F. BROWN, Secretary. Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1894. 3S0G-lm The Sharpshooters will hold their regular quarterly ehoot at the range Saturday afternoon. Orders for tuning and repairim: 1C1L ilk XUIUU1 O UWftOWlD Hit reach J. W. Bergstrom all right. The Btockholders of the Haiku Sugar Company will meet on the " ISth inst. at the office of Castle Cooke. Should the Arawa be in port to- niebt the Government band will cive a concert at tne Hawaiian Hotel. Rudolph Spreckels will leave for San Francisco today. He will pay another vieit to the islands about next May. The theme for this evening at the Gospel tent is the church his torv from the sixteenth to the thirteenth century. S. Takamura has a new whole eale and retail store at 400 King street. All kinds of Japanese goods on short notice. 3Iiss Anna Paris, of Kailua, Ha waii, is in the city and will remain for several weeks. Her house is closed during her absence. The Oceanic brought an unusu ally large mail from the States There were fifty sacks for Hono lulu, over twenty above the aver age. The Chronicle of the 4th inst. contains an account of the Japan China war from the pen of Walter G. Smith, formerly tditor of the Star. A local lawyer stopped two Chi nese from boarding the Oceanic yesterday. The men finally paid PxO IPE AND REED ORGAN their debts and were allowed to JSJIL attention. 3366-v Fine Photgraphing. At Wil liams' show cases are to be seen mini- tie A Cooke, in Honolulu, on TUESDAY, ture photographs on watch dials which lie is making a spciaity ui. aisu 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. EXT" For Bargains In New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. corner of Nuuana and King streets. Dolls, Toys, Christmas Novelties And Seasonable goods in the customary bewilderment for which SANTA GLAUS' HEADQUARTERS at Thrum's Fort-stkeet Store has always been noted, are now being displayed and merit the attention! of those seeking choice gifts for the Xmas Season. Prices moderate. Goods just received from France, the Eastern States and San Francisco. Open evenings. ill orders faithfully executed. TH0S. G. THRUM, 106 Fort street (Brewers Block). c. & c. FLOUR Has gained the con. fidence of all con sumers. Prices below any other No. i Stand ard Flour injmarket. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. l 1 1 fc 1 11 It 8 fc 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M Tj 3 If G Sl cheap; Horse Lost. "r r ' A bay horse wtas lost yesterday. The finder will please eend word to this office. :;S36 It A Sharpshooters' Meeting. REGULAR MEETING OF THE first Company of Sharpshooters, . G. II.. will be held THIS EVENING at 7 o'clock at the rwual place. Qaarterlj' shoot for medals will take place on Saturday at - p. m. JOHN KIDWELL, oStW-lt Capt. Commanding. Jas. W. Bergstrom, V. G. Hall will on Monday the attention of Ehip- 13 called to the depart. The steamer leave Honolulu 24th inst. The pers of freight change. Morgan will hold two Christmas sales at his rooms on the eveaings of December ISth and 22d. Full particulars will appear in this pa per later. Joseph Rodrick, an old resident of this country, died yesterday at the advanced age of 93 j'ears. He was formerly in the restaurant business. The friends of "Tom" McKay of San Francisco were disappointed in not seine him on the Oceanic. Mr. McKay has engaged passage on the Gaelic. Owing to the failure to obtain a quorum at the meeting of the Queen's Hospital trustees last even ing the meeting was adjournd to next Wednesday evening. There will be no battalion drill this month. Tuesday was the reg ular time for the drill, but owing to the unsettled condition of the weather no orders were issued. Quite a number of people out to Waikiki last night to hear the band concert. About ono half of the programme was played and then the rain put a stop to the concert. By the steamer Oceanic X. S. Sach's has just received a large in voice of silks in fancy stripes and solid colors in all the delicate shades ; the entire lot is offered at fifty cents a yard. A recent issue of the Portland (Me.) Advertiser contains the no tice of the birth of a daughter to j UNSWEETENED Norwegian Condensed Milk u FOR KALE BY II. Y. SCHMIDT & SOXS 3$66-lw If you want to sell out your Fitrniture f n its entirety, call at the I. X. L. tS'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. J All manner of complicated Watch Work at Wichman's. Offices to Let IN TUB 131 PROVED CAKTWRIGHT BUILDING. LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL men- generally are requested to inspect office rooms in the Cartwbight 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-tf Theo. H. Davies &Oa, 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 Nuuann and King streets. Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. 2ST Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. For Kent. SOLE AGENTS. 5333-tf FRANK J. KRUGER, Practical -:- Watchmaker CUMMINGS' BLOCK, business-like, to ie a "CnHcrr.pIi" tvpe 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, sAnt, a , Honolulu. fcjuuujjuuuuLi i u.,u,ujjua FRANK GODFREY, General i- him Writer, Collector and Copyist. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE AND EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Houses and Rooms Leased and Rent A thorough knowledge of town, coun try and people. Promises satisfaction to patrons. fiCrOffice with A. P. Peterson, Kaa huroanu street. gP"lIutual Telephone 558. 3863-lm CRITERION SALOON Fort. Near Hotel Street. CHAS. J. MCCARTHY, - Manager. FORT STREET, - IMPORTER - HONOLULU, U. I. AND DEALER SEE" Fine Wichman's. Watch repairing at Commercial Saloon, Corner Nuuanu and Beretania Streets T. KI'VEX, - - Manager. COOLi FRESH 15EER ON DRAUGHT AND THE STANDARD BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AND FRENCH LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. &CF"The only Sporting House in town. 3365-tf .LOSt. TDETVVEEX PUNCHBOWL STREET J- and the Lyceum, via King, Alakea. Beretania and Kukui strets,an embriod ered Collar with Brooch attached. Pos sibly brooch has been separated from collar. Finder will be suitably rewarded bv retnrnme to this otnc ;;?P;-3f. Notice. 1 F . will arrive at THE STEAMER "W. G. Hall" will leave here on MONDAY, December 24th, at 10 a . m , and Honolula. TUESDAY MORNING, .'anuary let, 1S93. Shippers are hereby requested to ship their freight on Saturday, December ?nd. W. II. McLEAN, Secretary Inter-Island Steam Naviga tion Company. oSGO-lw CAMARINOS' KALIHI Pocltry Ranch will offer Christmas Turkevs, Geese, Roosters, Ileavv Young Hens, etc., alive or frpsh off the Ice. "Leave vour orders for Christmas, as usutl Prices to euit the times. "Deliverv no to 9 a. r. Christma3 Day. Mutual Telephone 378. CALIFORNIA 'RUIT MARKET. 3S66-2W For Sale. H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner & Co. Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, r$f FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF fice and living rooms adjoining at the corner of Punchbowl and Rereta- nia streets. lhe premises formerly occupied by Dr. Foote and lately bv Dr. Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait ing Room, Laborlatorv.O Derating Room. Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc. C53fPossession given December 1st. 1894. Apply to J. ALFRED MA GOON, 3So2-tf Office, next Postoffice. To Lease. FOR A LONG TERM of years, all those pre mises at Leleo, formerly used bv me as a Soap Two Buildings used as a Soap Stone Warehouse, Fireproof; Bakery, and also a and Out- WATCBBS Repairing specialty. Give rne a AND CLOCKS ! of fine Watches a call before buying. 3S5S-3m DR. R. I. MOORE DENTIST, Popular BraDds of Straight Goods . ALWAYS OX II AND. Try the Grpat Appetizer THE BROWNIE UUUK1AIL, a specialty with this report. DEPOT OF THE FAMOUS V7ISL1ND LAGER BEER ::s53-v FOR Q A r.i? THE AHUPUAA 11-1 IvIZSTG- STREKT, Hawaiian Jewelry Factory. Factory, Brick Building with Dwelling House with Kitchen honses. Apply to T. W. RAWLINS, On the Premises. 3FAlso some Shetland Ponies and 1 good Saddle Mnie. 3S58-lw To Kent or i-ease. 0ce: Arlington Ccltigs, CF "OfSce hours : and 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. 9 A. Eo tel Lire M. tO 12 M. 3?60-lm A MECIALTY. SOUVENIR bPOONS prices. CDon't forget the Kinjr strt. at verv low number 114 0Sfi?-v DR. R. McKIBBIN, Residence and Office : Alakea street, next door to -Masonic lemple (mauka). Office Hours, residence : 8 :30 till y :30 a. m. ; 11 till I'J x. ; 2 till 4 r. m., and 7 till S p. m. S?"Will attend at the Medical Hall, Fort street, (old efhee) from y.-30 till 11 A. M. 3.04-1 vr THE PREMISES CORNER Queen and Punchbowl streets, formerly occupied by Zanders' Express. Possession piven at once. For terms, apply to JOHN F. LOLBURN. Ncwvmhpr 2S, 1S94. 3Soo-2w To Rent. or Sale. THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD- ing formerly occupied by the Union Ice Works and adjoining Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate. Apply to HAWAIIAN ELECTlilC COMPANY. 3S12 2m A1 FINE HOUSE LOT, 100 FEET front bv 150 feet deep, situated or Kinau 6treet near Peceacola. Only a short distance from the traracar line. It is a very desirable place for a residence. For further particulars apply to J. ALtKEU MA GOON. Attorney at Law, near the Post OtBce. 3S47-tf To Kent. St A COTTAGE IN REAR OF No. 189 Nuuanu street. Enquire at Furniture Store, King street, near Makea. 3813-tf I TP? A FINE HEIFER, FIFTEEN months old. Enquire Thomas Chrintley, Fort St. WM. F. THRUM. SURVEYOR, Room No. 11, Spreckels' Block. 3So9-4rfm Lost. WAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S draft on C. Brewer & Co., No. 953, favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on same has been stopped. Finder please retort to 307-3 m WING WO CHAN & CO. T. E. LINDSAY, Manufacturer of Native Jewelry DEALER IN Imported Jewelry, Gold and Silverware, Diamonds, Etc. Just the things suitable for the holidays. 200 MERCHANT ST., Between Fort and Kaahumanu streets. 3S01-3m F. W. MAKINNEY, TYPEWRITER, Conveyancer and Searcher of Records t F1KE, LIFE AXD Kal iiaalia ! On the Island of Molokai. Said Land contains an acreage of about 1200 acres, 200 of which is the best coffee land, and the balance is grazing and kalo land. A good House and a fine well of sweet water included in the above. ST"Enquire of E. G. Hitchcock, At Marshal's Office, Honolulu. 3363-3m Holomua Publishing Company's Plant FOE S ALE ! Landlord's Sale of Goods Dis trained for Rent. Accident Insurance. All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly, cheaply and accurately. ALSO 3f"OFFICE 31S COLLECTOR. FORT STREET 3S48-tf Notice. SUX ON KEE OF FORT STREET, Honolulu, having made an assign ment to me for the benefit of his credi tors, all persons having claims against eaid Estate are requested to present the same to me within 10 days, after which time none will be allowed. L. B. KERR, Assignee. Honolulu, H. I , November 9, 1894. 3S55-10t XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i that I Bha!l,upon SATURDAY, the 22d, day of December. 1894, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Thomas' Block, on King street, in Honolulu, in the premises now occupied by the Holomui Publish ing Company, ell the plant of the Iloiomua Publishing Company, including all presses, type, cases, paper, fireproof safe, and all and singular the good'?, chattels aud effects of the said Holomua Publishing Com pany, the same having been heretofore distrained by me for rent. E. B. THOMAS, By His Agent S. C. Allkv. Dated Honolulu, December 4th, 1894. 3859-td MIBM'S ANTIBJLIOUS PILLS OLL EV 1U Hollister Drug Company 3859-1 m The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a month in advance.