THE PACIFIC COM3LBECIAXi APTEBTISES; HOiNCXLUliU, DECEMBER 14, 1894.
Clearance -: Sale
Mexican Art Leather Goods JJYELRY,
ROBERT LOUIS STI
Pacific Guano and Fertilizer
G. N. WILCOX President. T. MAY ....Auditor.
J. F. II ACKFELD.... Vice-President. E. SUHR Secretary and Treasurer.
I. O. BOX -484. MUTUAL TEL. 4,67.
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALI HI being completed, we are now ready
to furnish all kinds of
ARTIFICIAL FERTILIZERS !
ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Sulpliate of Ammonia,
Xitrate of Soda, Calcined Fertilizer Salts
Death of the Noted Novelist at
AKI AWAY VKKV SCDDKNLY
Hurled In lieautlful Spot io th ICear
uf Bit Home CT lit Honolulu Last
Year to ICeeoirer Falling Health The
w Blew to Many Frlenl Here.
Hobert Louis Stevenson died
at his home in Samoa Sun
day, December 2d. His death wa3
very sudden and none of the particu
lars are given.
He was buried Monday afternoon on
the high hill back of hi3 residence.
This sad news will be received with
unfeigned sorrow by everyone who
haaever read his works, and espe
cially by the residents of Honolulu,
many of whom were personally ac
quainted with him.
Mr. Stevenson has passed through
Honolulu on several occasions, and it
was only a little over a year ago that
ill-health compelled him to leave his
Samoan home and make avi-nof
several weeks to Honolulu in order to
BOEEKT L. STEVESSOS.
recuperate. During his last stay here
he lived a somewhat retired life at
Sans Souci and at times was accessible
only to few Intimate friends, owing
to nis illness.
At other times when feeling better
he would be seen driving about town
and laughing and chatting with all
whom he met. Daring one of these
latter periods he was prevailed on to
give a lecture before the Scottish
Thistle Club, of which he was an hon
The writer was among those who
were favored with an invitation to the
lecture, or, as Mr. Stevenson called it,
"a quiet talk." This was in Septem
ber, 1S93. Arrangements were made
for a public lecture in the Y. M. C. A.
building afterwards, but poor health
caused the distinguished novelist to
cancel the engagement.
Robert Louis fcjtevenson comes from
a noted family. His grandfather was
Itobert Stevenson, the great Scotch
engineer who built many wonderful
lighthouses. In 1314 Sir Walter Scott
made a voyage with him around Scot
land In the lighthouse yacht. Thirty
six years afterward Ilobert Stevenson
wrote his reminiscenses of this voy
age which appeared In the October
Schribner's with an entertaining note
by Kobert Loui3 Stevenson.
He was born and educated in Scot
land but has been a resident of Samoa
for many years. At the time of his
death he was writing a critical pajer
on Bunyan as an introduction to a
new edition of the "Pilgrim's Pro
gress." The book is to be issued as
one of the new aeries of "English
Classics" edited by W. E. Henley.
THE ARAWA IN PORT.
Six Passengers for Honolulu She
Leaves at 10 O'clock.
The Shaw, Savill and Albion
Company's steamship Arawa ar
rived this morning at 1 o'clock
from Sydney, Auckland and Sa
moa, under the flag of the Union
Steamship Company of New. Zea
land, he having been chartered to
take the place of the Monowai in
the San Francisco mail service.
Mr. G. Row is the Purser of the
Arawa, to whom the Advertiser is
indebted for news favors. The Ara
wa is in command of Captain Jno.
Stuart, other officers being as fol
lows: Chief, Mr. Prosser; second,
Mr. Smith ; third, Mr. C. E. Stuart ;
fourth, Mr. A. Stuart; chief engi
neer, Mr. McPherson : second, Mr.
Adams ; third, Mr. Roberts ; fourth,
Mr. Finlayson ; surgeon, Dr. Mc
Donald. The R. M. S. S. Arawa left Syd
ney on the 2Gth ult. and reached
Auckland on the evening of the
COlh ; left the next day and arrived
at Samoa on the oth, at 10 p.m. ;
remained there until noon the next
She brought six passengers for
this port, 1. F. Hamersley, Mrs.
Munro and child, J. M. Cole, Thos.
Ryan and Wm. Bingham, and 101
packages of merchandife.
Her through passengers are as
follows : Mrs. E. M. Bmnett, Miss
E. Bendel, Mis3 X. Lopez, Mrs. and
Miss Oldham, J. I. Falk, H. de B.
Lopez, A. L. Davis, H. Moore, R. L.
Harm8worth, C. B. Harmsworth,
M. V. Mason, A. Dryden, Mr. Hayes,
Mr. Bendall, Wm. Hines, Chas. A.
Bnckland, W. Lee Chambers, Dr.
H. O. Miller and 42 in the steer
age. The Arawa will continue her yoy
sge to San Francisco at 10 o'clock
Erysipelas In Face and Eyes
Inflammation Subdued and Tor
tures Ended by Hood's.
MI am so f&d to be relieved of my torture
tht I na yrlllint to tell the benefits I hzy de
rived from Hood's Earsaparllla. In April
Uzj, I vu afilcted with erysipelas In ray face
and eyes, wblcb spread to xsy throat and neck.
I tried divers ointments and alteratives, but
there was no permanent abatement of the burn
lnr, torturing pain, peculiar to this complaint.
1 Began take flood's sarsapariH and
Felt Marked Relief
before Z had finished the first bottle. I eon.
tinned to improve tQttL when I had taken four
bottles, I was completely cored, and felt that
signs, marks and symptoms of that dire com
plaint had forever vanished." Mas. 2. .
Ottawa, IllUsboro, Wisconsin.
Hood's Pills &re prompt and efllelent, yet
easy In action. Sold by all druggist. 25c.
KOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
3366 Wholesale Agents.
Will be received at the office of the
Minister of the Interior, till 12 o'clock
noon, on Saturday, December 15th, for
the drilling and completion of two ten
inch Artesian wells.
Specifications can be 6een at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works.
The Minister of the Interior does not
bind himself to accept the lowest or any
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 12, 1894.
Sale of Lease of the Pemnanta of
the Government Lands Lying
between Alaenni and P nu
ll ao a, in the Districts of
Kipahulu and Hans,
On Wednesday, January 16th, 1S93,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of the Executive Building, will be sold
at Public Anction, the lease of the rem
nants lying between Alaenui and Puu-
haoa in Kipahulu and liana, Island of
Maui, containing an area of 1500 acres,
a little mo:e or less.
Term, : Lease for twenty years.
Upset price $150.00 ier annum payable
semi-annually in advance.
This lease is sold upon the condition
that no cutting of timber or pasturing
shall be allowed on the said remnants.
The Government reserves the right to
take possession of such portions of the
above lands as may be required from
time to time for Agricutural purposes,
allowing a reduction in the rental in
accordance with the proportion of the
land bo taken.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 11, 1S94.
W. L. STANLEY, Etq., has this
day been appointed Notary Public for the
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 11th, 1S91.
Notice to Tax Payers.
Tax payers of this District are hereby
notified that all taxes are now due and
payable at the office of the Tax Assessor
and Collector, at the Government
The office will be open from 9 a m.
until 4 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted),
to receive payment of such taxes.
"All taxes which shall remain unpaid
after the 15th day of December (10) ten
per cent, shall be adifed to such taxes
by the Assessor, and shall be collected
as part of such taxes."
WALTER C. WEKDON,
Deputy -Assessor and Collector, Dis
trict cf Kona, Island of Oahu.
Approved: Jonathan Shaw,
Assessor and Collector Taxes, Urtt
Stand on the corner and talk
rght, but go to the
Arlington -:- Billiard
And play it out. Everything firei-class.
ARLINGTON BILLIARD PARLORS,
F. HO' KINS, I roprietor.
3SC3 lw Arlington Mock, Uotolftt.
Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chem'st.
All goods are guaranteed in every respect.
X3TFqt further particulars apply to
PACIFIC GUANO AND FERTILIZER COMPANY
DR. W. AVFRDAM. Manacer.
The Hawaiian Express Company
Having established agencies in the principal ports 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.
We 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
Eif" Office and Stables, corner Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones 479. 3852-tf
H. E. McINTTEE & BR0.,
IMPORTERS VZSTD DEALERS I?
EAST CORNER FORT
-.' .i : j u na.Vof
i- s-i:r : t.i.,.. u otaomor
Goods delivered to any part of the city
oailRiacuon guanmieeu. xusiuuito uw.
WE II AVE A COMPLETE STOCK of Japanese Silk and Cotton, Crepes,
Japanese Figured Silk?, Fine ftilk Pajamae, Ladies' Silk Mghrgons, 8hawls,
Handkerchiefs, Neckties, Kimonos, Silk Picture Frames, Fans, Fine fctraw Hats,
Bamboo Greens, Torcelain and Lacquer Ware,
TOYS, BAMBOO, TRAVELING BASKETS !
Flower Bulbs, Japanese Rues, all sizes, and everything that goes to make up a
complete stock ; just what you want for presents. Our goods are marked low.
-GIVE US A CiLL.
MUEATA & CO.
THE HAWAIIAN FEP.TIL1ZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly
on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale at
th8 Xnmiomvf High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and
guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. cik
Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else.
A dollar saved is a dollar maae.
.a., f. cookie;,
Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company
! DELIC100S ! ! DAINTY ! ! !
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
These are new pack-Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits.
2V". a. The Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity
Than Those of any Other
Frank B. Peterson
Geo. W. Lincoln
Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to
Superintend or Build Anything from
a One-roomed House to a New
All Orders Left With John Nott, King
Street, Will be promptly Attended to.
AND KING STREETS.
frnm th FflHtftm States and EuroDe.
All nrriprH fai f hfiillv attended to. ana
free of charge. Island orders solicited.
. v.. "
& Co., Coast Agents
Leather goods made of the FINEST
MEXICAN CALF, engraved by hand,
is a new addition to this year's line of
They hardly need advertising as
they sell on sight. Scarcely a cus
tomer who has not bought some arti
cle in this line. Others however may
not have been, and those we desire
to reach with this "AD."
The ladies' Chatkllaine 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
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-Glass
Our regular line of fine leather goods
has not been neglected ; and all new
styles this season will be found in our
Russian enameled borders and the
Brownie combinations are most used.
fl. P. W1CHMAN,
All Is Not
Behind a fair face oft 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'inerny shoe store
is now an established fact,
and prepared to show all
graders and styles of shoes.
The Accommodation Line.
ON AND AFTER Nov
ember 26, 1894, there will
be a daily line of Stages
from WAIALUA to PEARL CITY Sun
days excepted, leavingWaialua 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 :45 train from
Honolulu, arriving at Waialua at 6 p.m.
ED. BOG ART,
Driver and Manager.
Waialua, November 26, 1894.
Grand Opportunity for
J. E. GOMES,
409 FORT STREET.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE
cution issued out of the First Circuit
Court, on the Isi day of November, A.D.
1S94, against V. H. Cummings, defend
ant, in favor of Mrs. J. K. Iaukea. plain
tiff, for the sum of $567.00,
I have levied upon and shall
expose for ealo at the Police Station,
in the District of Honolulu, Island of
OaHu, at 12 o'clock noon of
SATURDAY, the 29th day of
December, 1S94, to the highest
bidder, all the right, title and inter
est of the said W. U Cummings, defend
ant, in and to the following property,
unless said judgment, interest, costs and
my expenses be previously paid.
List of property for sale :
1 Land at Kaluaopalena.Kalihi.Oahu,
described in deed of J. Wabineaua to W.
II. Cummings, dated April 14th, 1S90,
and recorded in Liber 122, pages 312.
2 Land described in K. P. 3494 to W.
H. Cummings, dated August 2S, 1890,
containing 1 acre ,
3 Land described in deed of Kuanu
w and Luka kl, her husband to V. H.
Cummings. dated July 30, 1890, recorded
in Libei 25, page 291 .
4 Land in Keonepanee, KalihijOahu,
described in R. P. 3477 to W. II. Cum
mings, dated March 20, 1890, containing
an area of 4 acres.
5 19 Taro Patches wiih crop almost
6 House and Furniture.
7 Leases of lands at Kalihi:
A Lease from Kahikina (w) and
others to W. H. CummiDgs, dated July
I, 1890, recorded in Liber 124, pag 473.
B Lease from Kapule (w) to V. H.
Cummings, dated April 26th, 1890,
recorded in Liber page
EXJ The above to be sold subject to
a mortgage of $3000 00 to II . E. Cooke,
Trustee, dated Dec. 18th 1890, recorded
in Liber 132 page 9.
CT Teams Cash ; U. S Gold Coin.
gjT For further particulars apply to
J. L. Kaulukou and Enoch Johnson,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
E. G. HITCHCOCK.
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu November 26, 1894.
and FinishiDg !
WILDER & CO.
FOE SALE CHEAP !
IN VERY GOOD REPAIR.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. V. WRIGHT,
Will receive by the Australia this
A FRESH INVOICE OF
ENTERPRISE BEER !
OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS I
Certificate cf Deposit Lost
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT NO.
22,639, from Bishop fe Co., in favor
of L. B. Maynard, haa been lost. Pay
ment on same has been stopped.
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