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TII PACIFIC COMMEBCUL ADVJ2BTISEK: HOXOIILLU, DECELBER 17, 1S94.
ONE MONTH'S SALVATION.
Editor of the War Cry Rt views
HUtrirt Clear of Iebt-Contribution
From Frlrud TliankclTlne
Editor Mibaps devotes prominent
space in the Thanksgiving number
of the War Cry, to the work of
Salvation Army in Honolaln. In
this number he speaks of his trip np
from the islands. Of the results of
the work in Uonolala, under the day
of Saturday 13th he writes:
"It is jnst one month today since
the opening meeting in Honolulu.
Surely the Lord hath wrought won
ders since that memorable night of
September 13th! Up to the cloe of
the meeting of October 12th sixty
one souls professed conversion, an
average of over two a day! Some of
these have already scattered to other
islands of the group, ut some nights
over half show up at the meetings
and testify to the Raving power of
the Lord Jesus Christ. Of the con
verts, twenty-five are liawaiians,
eight are Chinese and the remainder
whites. Another encouraging feat
ure of the work is that the close of
the first month sees the district clear
"Through donations and collec
tions, sufficient money has been rais
ed to repay the Brigadier for his
outlay for fares from San Francisco
to Honolulu, and other incidentals
connected therewith. Also inrnisn
ings for the barracks, Adjutant'.
office and officers quarters have ben
cleared of debt, and a balance ot $100
(donation of Mr. H. P. Baldwin,
Alaui) is on hand to pay the fare of
more officers to the Islands."
The editor further shows the deep
impression made upon him by his
stay in Hawaii, in the design of the
cover of the Thanksgiving War Cry.
The colored frontispieco represents
four nationalities Whites, Natives,
Japanese and Chinese. The large
white plant also prominently placed
pictures the Silver Sword, a species
of cactus peculiar to the crater of
Haleakala and is to typify the Ha
A TRICKY CMXAMAN.
Will l'robably be Tried on it Charge of
A smart Chinese had the tables
turned on himself on Saturday night
at the police station, and as a result he
was placed under arrest for having
opium in his possession. When he
was apprehended he was explaining
to the police how he would trap a Chi
nese woman who was an opium dealer,
so he said. Officer Kapaa was to ac
company him to the woman's place;
the Chinese was to enter and purchase
some opium with marked coin; the of
ficer was to remain outside until the
Informer emerged from the place, then
enter and arrest the woman. While
he was unfolding this plot, he flourished
a paper cigarette box which the offi
cer grabbed. It contained four nut
shells filled with. opium. It then
dawned on the policeman that the man
was putting up a job on the woman.
If ihe tricky Mongolian is convicted
on the opium charge, a second one
that of conspiraci will Le entered
AN EXPECTED VISIT.
The l!lho of SIIlurjr to c to the
The Rishop of Salisbury, (the lit.
Rev. John "Wordsworth, D. D.) will
pass through Honolulu, en route for
Canada, either by the Miowera on
March 4th, or by the Warrlmoo on
April 1st of next year. The Bishop
is now on his way ti visit Australia
and New Zealand, having engaged to
preach at the consecration of the Itev.
F. AVallis, to be Bishop of Wellington,
on the Conversion of St. Paul, Janu
ary 25th. Provided the vessel doesn't
steal in and out of port in the middle
of the night, the Bishop will be in
vited to address the members of the
church in the cathedral. Diocesan
Concert at Kinm Square.
The following programme will be
played tonight at Emma Square by
the Hawaiian Band, commencing at
7:30 o'clock :
1. March 'Belle of New York"
IL Overture "Ornilou" Pet tee
3. Iantaia "Awakening of the
4. Selection "Maritana" Wallace
5. Medio "Musical Review"....
6. Ballad "Ou ihe t?eu"...5?ehuberth
7. Waltz "Makee Island' Berger
S. Polka "Nuuauu Valley".. ..Berber
"Velry ami John Calv ' .
The Gospel Tent was full i . night
to hear the evangelist, Garvin, on the
reformatory work of the Wesleys and
John Calvin. The preacher com
mented on the grand efforts of these
good men to emancipate the religious
world from ttie ecclesiastical despotism
which was sapping the spiritual life
of the church in the time iu which
they lived, and dwelt at length on the
results of their consecrated efforts.
Mr. Garvin announced to the audi
ence that tonight he would tell them
why he is not a 'Campbelite," ami
also what he supposes a 'Campbelite''
to be. The services are to continue
each evening this week.
fetole a Fifty-dollar Hill.
The police are looking for a Portu
gese boy who is accused of ttealing
$50, from one of the booths of the
Kawaiahao Fair. The money was
taken on Friday afternoon, while pre
parations were in progress for the
opening. Mrs. Widdihel 1 dropped
her purse, without missing it, and
when she recovered it a fifty-dollar
bill was missing. Suspicion points to
a boy who, was working about the
MANY DOLLARS RECEIVED.
I.at Day and Evening of Kawaiahao
The second and last day of the Ka
waiahao Church fair was the success
ful counterpart of the opening even
ing. All Saturday afternoon and
evening the old armory was well
filled with buyers and those who
wished to be entertained. There were
nnnatrl.n.llil tint flflll their mitO in
some way to swell the sum which the
good ladles or me cnurcu are uvw
busy counting over.
Ice cream and coffee were always in
good demand and the booths of fancy
and useful articles were well stripped
before the orchestra with "Hawaii
Ponoi" gave the signal for the closing
of the fair. The Kawaiahao fair was
a success in every feature and a hand
some sum will be realized. The ex
act amount has not been determined.
The returns will probably all be in by
Mrs. Haalelea and those who have
so ably assisted her are certainly to be
congratulated for the success with
which they have wrought.
Who is going to get that hand
some banquet lamp ? The more
blanks you have the better your
chance. Do 3-our shopping at
Sachs and get guessing blanks.
Mr, Seward Tapltn
North Volney, 21. Y.
System Broken Down
Distress Pains In tho Back
New Life and Strength Given by
"C X. Ilood & Co., Lowell, ilaai.:
"Dexr Sirs : Z do not tMnk there is any otacr
tnedleint oa the market so good as Hood's Sar-
sap&rllls. I hare taken only three bottles and
am now in ittr health than for three years.
My System Was Broken Down
so that my friends remarked upon my falling
away. I could not keep anything on my
stomach an4 I suffered terrible distress,
especially In the left side. I had a serere pain
la my back all the time so that I could not work.
Before I had taken one bottle ot Hood's Sana-
J i axilla the pain In my back was gone, the first
lme for two years. I can eat anything and
keep it on my stomach without distress after
wards. The trouble with my back is over and
I Can Work All Day
as years ago. 'When people remark upon the
change In my looks I t?ll them Flood's Sarsapa
rilla did it." 6ewaju Tatux, N. Volney, H. Y.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet prompUy and
evidently, on the llrer and bowels. 25c.
HOBRON DKUG COMPANY,
3366 Wholesale Aeents.
Executive Bcildino, )
Honolulu, December 13, 1S94.J"
Uil President has appointed
II. A. LYMAN, Ksj.,
Commissioner of Boundaries for Third
and Fourth Judicial Circuits : and
GOODALE ARMSTRONG, Feq ,
Commissioner of Boundaries for Second
Sale of Lease of the Pemnants of
the Government Lands Lying
between AJaenni and Pan
haoa, in the Districts of
Kipahnlu and liana,
On Wednesday, January loth. l$f5,
at 1'2 o'clock noon, r.t the front entrance
cf 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 more or les.
Term,: Lease for twenty years.
Upset price $150.C0 per annum payable
semi-annuillv in advance.
This lease is sold upon the condition
that no cutting of timber or pasturing
shall Ik? allowed on the said remnants.
The Government reserves the right to
tate possess-ion cf s?uch portions of the
above lands as may be required from
time to time for Agrlcutural purposes,
allowing a reduction iu the rental in
accordance with the pro;oiiion of the
land bo taken.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior 0:!iee. LVc. 11, 1.S04.
A KINK IIKIFKK, FIFTEEN
iuoi :ns KLi. Kr quire Thomas
Ct.ii-tley. Fort St.
Wfcl M iNUKACfvRE
Rubber Stamps !
Self-ii.kii ir any s l'aters with
removable or charea: e r-du: mattt-r.
Ba:d Dtrrs; tn b ihajed each
dav without si:in tin.:trs.
KUBBfc It Ma r-rtC'lUKBhS
Hawaiian GazaIIE Company.
G. N. WILCOX President.
J. F. HACKFELD Vice-President.
J?. O. BOX 484.
OUP. NKW WORKS AT KALI HI
ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacilic Guano, Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia,
Nitrato of Soda, Calcined Fertilizer Salts
Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist.
All coods are guaranteed in every respect.
,X?""For further particulars apply to
PACIFIC GUANO AND
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.
"NVe have acquired the business of the Hawaiian Messenger Service,
and will furnish uniformed messengers on short notice.
"NVe guarantee promptness and dispatch in all business intrusted to
IF" Office and Stables, corner Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones 479. 3S52-tf
H. E. McINTYRE & BK0
IMPORTERS JSJm DEALERS IN"
EAST CORNER FORT
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Goods delivered to any part of the city
Satisfaction guaranteed. 'ostoince cox
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK of Jaoanese Silk and Cotton, Crepes,
Japanese Figured Silks, Fine nilk Pajama?, Ladies' Silk Nightgowns, Shawls,
Handkerchiefs, Neckties, Kimonys, Silk Picture Frames, Fans, Fine Straw Hats,
Bamboo i-creens, Force Iain and .Lacquer
TOYS, BAMBOO, TRAVELING BASKETS !
Flower Bulb3, Japanese Rups, all eize3,
complete stock ; just what you want lor
-CrlVE US A CALL.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly
on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for eale at
tho lowest rn flrfcet Tfites.
They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and
guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do.
Flanters would do well to write me
A dollar saved is a dollar mace.
.A.. IT. COOKB,
Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company
UUUiVil 1 u
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
EED LABEL OYSTERS
TLese are new pack Large, Fat, Extra
JV. IS.The Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity
Than Those of any Other
Geo. W. Lincoln
Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to
Superintend or Build Anything from
a One-roomed House to a New
Ail Orders Left With John Nott, King
Street, Will be promptly Attended to.
T. MAY .... Auditor.
E. SUIIR Secretary and Treasurer.
MUTUAL TEL. 4G7.
being completed, we are now ready
all kinds of
ETC., E1C, ETC.
DR. W. AVERDAM. Manace--.
AND KING STREETS.
from the Eastern States and Europe.
m t 1 Ml f .11 1 1 X 1
free of charge. Island orders solicited.
140. ieiepuone io. y. -
and everything that goes to make up a
presents, uur goods are marseu 10 w.
mJJJElPJ & CO.
f YOU MUST
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selected. Or.e trial will prove their merits.
&Co., Coast Agents
footer's -:- Day
ill be celebrated at KAMEHAME
HA SCHOOLS by the formal open
ing of the
Kauiekielia Girls' School
The Annex to the
will be thrown open to the public on
that daj for the first time.
Excer&ises appropria'e to both occa
sions will be held iu the BISHOP II ALL
(the Manual School) at 2 1. m.,
Addresses by Mrs. Haale'ea and
SPOUTS in charge of the boys
will take place at 3 :30 1. m.
CSflnspettionof buildings of Girls'
School from 3 to 4. oSG5-td
For Christmas !
I HAVE RECEIVED
A -: NKW -: STOCK
BY THE LATEST STEAMER.
And they are now on sale at my Store
5 Lowest Prices !
SSCome and inspect before buyiDg
FOSTER 1JLOCK, KUUANU STKKI2T.
1VISH TO CALL YOLK SPECIAL AT
TENTION TO TIIEIK
Superior :- Stock
Of every description, suitable for the
206 FORT STREET,
3S'i4-17t Near Custom House.
Kamehameha School for Girls,
The First Term of 'mehameha Girls'
Wednesday, December igth
Applications for admission may be
addressed Miss Pope, either at Kameha-
meha Manual, or Miss Pope will
be in the Hawaiian Kindergarten Room,
Queen Emma Hall, Saturday mornings,
from 9 to 12, where she will be pleased to
meet applicants. The tuition is fifty
Tr1!cirfl a vpar No annlinants rpreived
Under j or aS
OOI-" U Jl'J.TO- 1U1
Mutual Telephone Company.
SOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
4 T A MEETlXtr OF THE DIK1X
tors of the Company held this day
it was resolved that on and alter the
first day of January, 1S05, the rates for
the use of telephonic instruments will
be as follows :
Frivate Residences, per month $2 50
Business Houses and Offices 4 00
Countrv Stations 7 50
fcCF" Payable quarterly in advance.
J. F. BROWN,
HoroIuIu, Dec. 12, 1804. 3St-lm
Clearance -: Sale
Grand Opportunity for
J. E. GOMES,
400 FORT STREET.
TY VIRTUE OF A WRI T OF EXE
J. J cut ion issued out of the First Circuit
Court, on the 1st day cf November, A.D.
1S94, aeainst W. 11. Cumrmngs, defend
ant, in favor of Mrs. J. K. Iaukca, plain
tiff, for the fum of $567.00.
I have levied upon and shall
expose for pale at the Foliee Station,
in the District of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon of
SATURDAY, the 29th day of
December, 1894, to the highest
bidder, all the right, title and inter
est of the said W. tl Cummings, defend
ant, in and to the followirg property,
unless said judgment, interest, rosts and
my expenses be previously paid.
List of property for sale :
1 Land at Kafuaopalena,Kalihi,Oahuf
described in deed of J. Wahineaua to W.
H. Cummings, dated April 14th, 1S90,
and recorded in Lib?r 122, pages 312.
2 Land described in R. P. 3494 to W.
H. Cummings, dated August 28, 1890,
containing 1 acre
3 Land described in deed of Kuanu
w and Luka kl, ber husband to W. H.
Cumminns. dated July 30, 1S90, recorded
in Liber 25, page 291 .
4 Land in Keonepanee, Kalihi,Oahu,
described in R. P. 3477 to W. 11. Cum
mings, dated March 20, 1S90, containing
an area of 4 acres.
5 19 Taro Patches with crop almost
6 House and Furniture.
7 Leases of lands at Kalihi :
A Lease from Kahikina (w) and
others to W. H. Cummicgs, dated July
I, 1890, recorded in Liber 124, pag 473.
B Lease from Kapule (w) to W. H.
Cummings, dattd April 2Gth, 1890,
recorded in Liber page
$3C3T The above to be sold subject to
a mortgage of $5000 00 to H. E. Cooke,
Trustee, dated Dec. 18th 1890, recorded
in Liber 132 page 9.
BJ& Teams Cash ; U. S Gold Coin.
J2J For further particulars apply to
J. L. Kaulukou and Enoch Johnson,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
K. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu November 20, 1894.
Common and Fioisliing!
WILDER & CO.
FOE SALE CHEAP !
IN "VERY GOOD IlKPAIB.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. W. WRIGHT,
Will receive by the Australia this
A FKESII INVOICE OF
OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS I
Jas. W. Bergstrom,
PIANO, PIPE AND REED ORGAN
Tuner and Repairer. Orders left at
Thrum's Bookstore, will receive prompt
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