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THE PACIPIC C020LEHC1AJL AIVBT1SEB: HONOLULU. JANUABY 5. 1895.
7
P"1 1 fMM
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Mrs. F. B. Edgerton, an elocu
tionist, is a late arrival.
The band will give a concert at
Emma square this afternon.
The new mill at Ewa has been
tested and found satisfactory.
The Board of Health awarded
contracts yesterday for supplies.
' ;The Minister of the Interior ad-
vertises lor tenuers iur ruuuci uubd.
J. M. Monsarrat haa a share in
some land in South Kona for sale.
The condition of John T. Water
house, Sr., is reported to be pre
carious. The Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will meet on Monday
evening.
The band played to a good au
dience at the Hawaiian Hotel last
evening.
Chief Crowley and family will
return to San Francisco' by the
Alameda.
Five shares of Waianae Company
stock will be sold today at noon by
James F. Morgan.
Samuel Parker, Edward Dowsett
and C. V. Aahford were passengers
in the Kinau yesterday.
Today at noon, at his salesroom,
Morgan will sell a piece ef resi
dence property on Fort street.
George Somera and Charles
Mitchell were committed for trial
yesterday on a charge of burglary.
C. J. Whitney, teacher of elocu
tion, can be found at the Arlington
Hotel. He is now forming classes.
The Young Hawaiians' Institute
will soon give a public concert.
The members are rehearsing for it
now.
Deputy Marshal Brown returned
from Hawaii yesterday. His health
has improved greatly since his de
parture. There will be a practice game of
football this afteroon. A regular
game will probably be played on
next Saturday.
.C. L. Wight, the president of the
Wilder Steamship Company, re
turned yesterday after making a
tour of inspection.
"Was It a Dream?" is the title
of a nrw story which appears else
where in this'issue. It was written
in Mclnerny's shoe store.
Bids on the Healani Boat Club
house will be ready for considera
tion at the meeting of the board of
managers xnursaay nigni.
The Australia sails at noon. The
mail will close one hour earlier.
Send a copy of the Gazette or
Advertiser with your letter.
M. W. McGowan has been ap
pointed administrator of the es
tate of the late Martha McGowan.
The property is valued at $1600.
r A number of people, guests cf the
Hawaiian Hardware Company, will
leave tomorrow morning for Kamoi
liili to see a 16-foot a er motor work.
L. S. Aungst, formerly superin
tendent of the Mutual Telephone
Company, left for Hawaii yester
day to make arrangements for a
new line in the Kona district.
, Fifty-eight residence lots wil be
sold today at noon in Morgan's
auction room. The property is lo
cated in the Pal a ma district. They
will be sold on easy terms. Buy a
lot.
Eunice Bliss Knight, an old res
ident, died yesterday. The funeral
will take place this afternoon at
3:30 from the residence of Dr.
Hyde. The deceased was a sister
of Mrs. Hyde's.
Eleven creditors proved claims
amounting to $4615.81 against J.
A. AfFonso of Honokaa, Hawaii,
yesterday afternoon before Judge
Cooper. C. Bosse was elected as
signee with bond at $2000.
Commissioner Marsden is busy
shipping a quantity of canaigre.
Some fifteen tons will be received
by the next steamer from the
Coast. When this is put in the
ground there will be sixty acres of
canaigre in this cquntry growing
for the glory of the new industry.
Off by the Australia.
The following personB are booked
to leave for San Francisco today :
Minister Hatch, Dr. M. F. Honan,
B. T. McCullougb, Miss T. Payne,
Miss C. Dole, Miss E. Liebert, Mrs.
Rowell, J. A. Rothwell and wife,
Mrs. Fennell and eon, E. W. Fuller,
wife and two children, D. Crowley,
C. S. Anthony, Miss K. R. Harris,
W. Litchfield and wife, W. N. Arm
strong, C. Stoeckle, George H.
Young and wife, L. Chaurin and
wife.
Include a 12-page Gazette and a
copy of this morning's Advebtiseb in
your mail today.
The Hawaiian Gazittz Compact
manufacture rubber stamps of all
descriptions.
HADE A CONFESSION.
A Native Under Arrest Tells About
Thursday Night's Scare.
Two natives and a white man
were arrested yesterday as another
result of the Thursday night
" scare." A native named Kila is
one, " David " is another, and the
third is "Alabama" Mitchell. A
rifle was found on Kila's premises
yesterday, hence his arrest. David
was performing sentry duty on
Thursday night. Since his arrest,
it is claimed that he made a full
confession, implicating several pro
minent royalists, who will probably
be arrested today. He admitted
that he was told to go to Kakaako,
and that arms and ammunition
would be furnished him and all
others wfio met there. On his ar
rival he was placed on sentry duty.
Mitchell's case is a strange one.
He is held on suspicion. He has
been a special policeman for a long
time, and was always considered a
strong supporter of the Govern
ment. C J. WHITNEY,
Teacher of Sleoution and Dra
matic .Art,
Arlington Hotel.
3884-lw
PIONEER
Building and Loan Association.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
ing will be held at the Chamber of
Commerce, MONDAY EVENING, Jan
c ember 7, at 7 :30 o'clock.
The Secretary will be at the rooms of
the Association THIS (8aturday) AF
TERNOON, from 2 to 5 p. m., for the
collection of dues, etc.
57Paymenta are required in Gold.
A. V. GEAR,
3884-2t Secretary.
For Sale.
A One Undivided Twentieih Share
In the 4hupuaaof HONOKUl, situate
in SOUTH KONA, HAWAII, containing
an area of 6578 ACRES and being Apana
9ofR. P. 6857, L. C. A. 7713. There
are 328 9-10 Acres to every share.
This Land adjoins Kalahikl on the
South and is a valuable property. A
good deal of it is suitable for Coffee and
the balance for pasturage. It lies near
Hookena Landing. Price $800. Title
perfect. Warranty deed, acknowledged
and stamped given to purchaser.
E"For further particulars apply to
J. M. MON8ARRAT, -
Honolulu, January 4, 1895.
3884tt
Corporation Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Castle & Cooke, Limited, a
corporation, l.u3 been organized under
the laws of tbe Republic of Hawaii as a
joint stock Company of limited liability
for the purpose of carrying on all the
merchandise and agency business here
tofore carried on by Castle & Cooke,
which business has been acquired by
said Company. At a meeting held Dec
ember 28tk, 1891, the Articles of Asso
ciation were signed and adopted and the
following officers were elected :
J. B. Atherton ......President
E. D. Tenney Secretary
W. A. Bowen Treasurer
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Castle & Cooke, Limited.
38S3 1616-lw
Honolulu Cricket Club.
"pHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
1 above C'nb will be held on TUES
DAY EVENING NKXT, Januiry 8th,
at 7:30 o'clock, at the Arlington Hotel,
King street.
R. L. AUERBACH,
3SS3-tf Secretary.
Meeting Notice.
AN ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET
ing of the Board of Trustees of the
Honolulu Sailors' Home Society will be
held at the Room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on MONDAY, the 7th day of
January, at 10 :30 a. m. Per order.
F, A. SCHAEKftR,
Stcretary.
Honolulu, January 3d, 1S95.
3S83-3t
Notice to Consignees.
THE BRITISH 8TEAM
er Bentala is entered at
Customs. Consignees are
V
weal
requested to pass their entries at Cus
toms at once.
NAN YU SHA COMPANY,
411 Ring street,
38S3-3t Agents.
P.O. Box 386.
Mutual Tel. 544.
NAN-YU COHPAXY, LIMITED,
Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Japanese -:-Provisions
AND GSHER1L MERCHANDISE,
411 KING STREET,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
X5C7"New Goods by every steamer.
3878-ly
OPECIAL BUOnmaG ITBIIB.
T When you wish to discontinue
housekeeping let Hawkins & Henry
bid on your furniture in its entirety.
It will avoid Inconvenience of selling
in pieces or sale. King and Alakea
streets.
BJ&Ha. wkins dr Henry make es
timates on all classes of painting, wall
papering and upholstering. All work
guaranteed. King and Alakea streets.
jTNew and second-hand furni
ture, all kinds of second-hand books,
jewelry and diamonds bought and
sold. Contracts for painting.
Hawkins & Henry.
tST Beach Grove, Waikiki, near
Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic
Resort. Reserves for families, ladies
and children. Terms reasonable.
Chas. F. Wakben, Manager.
. tSFBar&alna in Handkerchiefs
Children's fancy-border Handker
chiefs at 50 cts. a dozen, lilies' fancy
border Hankerchiefs reduced to 65 eta.
a dozen; Special, Indies' white,
hemmed-stitch handkerchiefs $1 per
dozen, atN. 8. Sachs 520 Fort SL
tSTJost. Opened A new lot of
Ladles' and Children's Capes, Infant
Cloaks; also a fine assortment of Silk
olenes, in figured and solid colors, at
Sachs' Store, Fort Street.
Seal Presses complete in
twenty-four hours at Wicxxan's,
$6, $6, . $6, $6.
Patronize IJaniwai Baths,
Waikiki." Tram cars pass the door.
W. S. Babtxett, Proprietor.
JCy Private lodgings for two
gentlemen at "Diana Lodge," corner
of Victoria and Thurston streets. A
perfectly healthful place. Stabling
convenience. Terms reasonable.
3858 lm
E& Fine Phot&raphin& At Wil
liams' show cases are to be seen mini
ture photographs on watch dials which
he making a spcialty of. Also some
fine work on bflk handkerchiefs.
Lantern slides we are making in sets,
for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro
mide prints for the trade.
For Bat gains in New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ers, Wicker Chairs, . Garden Hose,
etc.. call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuana and King streets.
27" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Bugs, 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
Nuuanu and King streets.
If yon want to sell out
your FnitNiTUBE In its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
C3"G. K. 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.
All manner, of complicated
Watch Work at Wichman's.
Fine Watch repairing at
Wichman's.
ART SCHOOL.
Lesioni in Drawing and Painting.
D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK,
CLASS "KOOAl S : - - HOTEL kTBEET.
DK AWING CLASSES-Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoon or Saturday
morn id v'.
PAINTING CLASSES Tueeday and
Wednesday morning or b'aturday
morning.
hKEi'OH CLASSES Every alternate
Saturday afternoon.
KA'lE-i Drawing clasi, per month
$S; Drawing class, per tingle lesson $1.50;
Painiing class, per month $10; Painting
class, per single le?eon $2; Sketci class
free to regular pupila, to others, per les
son $1.50.
Special rates for private pupils and to
those desiring daily study at class rooms.
Criticism and instruction will be given
twice a week in each cUss.
The class rooms will be open from 8 a.
si. to 12 m. for morning clashes, from 1 to
5 p. h. for afternoon classes on days
specified above. 328-lw
Copartnership Notice
MESSKS. THEO. F. LNSING AND
Mannie Phillips have this day been
admitted as partners in our firm.
M. PUILL1P8 & CO.
Honolulu, January 1st, 1895.
3881-2 w
JLOSt.
A GOLD ENAMEL, HAT PIN, SET
with diamond, between town and
Waikiki. A reward of $15 will be paid
for its return to this office. 3893-tf
Jim Dodd's Flag.
Tis the flag of my country the flag of
the free,
With the stars and the stripes, type of
true liberty ;
And the white flag that floats to all
hearts is dear,
Tis the signal of plentv cool Enterprise
Bur!
Then let them float ever o'er Hawaii
the blest,
They're type of contentment, of peace
and of rest ;
Let tyrants beware, under them we've
no fear,
Uncle Sam gives us strength backed by
EXTEPRI8X BekrI
JIM DODD, . Proprietor.
3875-2w
E. VANDOORN & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Havana, Manila and Domestic Cigars
We also carry a full line of Tobaccos,
Pipes, etc, etc.
ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
i&J-Step in on your way to the ci
front and get a cold drink and a
cigar.
No. 208 Fort St., Esplanade
3877-y
LOVE'S BAKERY,
NVDANU STREET,
Family : Breads
A SPECIALTY.
GOODS GUARANTEED THE BEST
IN TOWN.
3879-1 m
Offices to Let
IN THE IMPROVED
CART WRIGHT BUIZ.DING.
t AWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL
JLi men generally are requested to
inspect office rooms in the Oartwbight
Bcmnsa 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
Store and Cellar
TO LET,
No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly
occupied by Tahiti Xemonade Works.
cXf-Apply to
Benson, Smith & Co.
3735-tf
For Kent.
FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF
fice and living rooms adjoining at the
corner of Punchbowl and Bereta-
.hi
nia streets. The premises formerly
occupied by Dr. Foots and lately by Dr.
Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait
ing Room, Laborlatory,Operating Room,
Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc.
Possession given December 1st,
1894. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
3852-tf Office, next Postoffice.
To Rent.
THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD
ing formerly occupied by tbe
Union Ice Works and adjoining
Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate.
Applv to
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY.
3812 2m
For Sale..
ASNttER SEWING MACHINE,
islightly scratched in passage. For
sale at a discount at tbe Viavi office.
3S80-tt
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
return to
3807-3m WING WO CHAN A CO.
For Sale.
ONE SQUARE PIANO.
(Steinway & eons'.) Will
eell cheap. A pply to "X,"
3S71-2w
this office.
Notice.
EVERY DAY FOK SUPPER WE
will serve chicken or duck. Thurs
days and Sundays we will serve same for
both d'nner and supper.
U& The only, first-class meals in
Honolulu.
NEW MODEL LUNCH ROOMS,
385-lm Hftthel street.
Situation Wanted.
BY A LADY. AS NURSE FOR
adies or children, or as housekeep
er. No objection to leaving Hooolulu for
other Inlands. First-clas references.
Address 4,K," Gazktte office. 3878-lw
PATHEOII
SALOON
m
C. & C.
FLOUR
Has gained the con
fidence of all con
sinners. Prices below any
other No. i Stand
ard Flour in market.
WE GUARANTEE
EVERY SACK.
Theo. H.
Davies
& Co.,
SOLE AGENTS.
3833-tf
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Practical -:- Watchmaker
CUMMINGS' BLOCK,
FORT STREET, - - HONOLULU, H. I.
IMPORTER AND DEALER
WATCHES AND CLOCKS !
ICCRepairing of fine Watches a
specialty.
CSTuive me a call before baying.
3S58-3m
T. E. LINDSAY,
Manufacturer of Native 'Jewelry
DEALER IN
Imported Jewelry,
Gold and Silverware,
Diamonds, Etc.
Jnst the things suitable for the holidays.
208 MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Kaahumanu streets.
3861-3m
Commercial Saloon,
Corner Nuuanu and Beretania Streets
i.
T. KEVEN, - - Manager.
CO (XL FRESH BEER
ON DRAUGHT AND THE STANDARD BRANDS
OF BOTTLED BEER.
Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
AND FRENCH LIQUORS.
Table Claret a specialty.
gjsJ'Lhe only Sporting House in town.
3365-tf
H. G. BIART,
Formerly with Wenner & Co.
Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker,
!LX4r KING STREET,
Hawaiian Jewelry
and Diamond Setting
A 8PECIALTY.
SOUVENIR bPOONS at very low
prices.
fiC7"Don't forget the number 114
King street. 3863-y
or Sale.
A FINE HOU8E LOT, 100 FEET
front by 150 feet deep, situated or.
Kinau street near Persacola. Only a
short distance from tbe tramcar line. It
is a very desirable place for a residence.
For further particulars apply to
J. Al.RRP.n MAfSOON.
Attorney at Law, near the Post Office, i
3847-tf I
REMOVAL MICE !
We have , removed oar
STOCK OF JEWELRY
TO THE
Store Lately Occupied
BY
WEKNER & CO.,
Where we will be pleased to see our old
patrons and many new ones,
COrp. O. EOX 2S7.
Jacobsou & Pfeifler.
3S5S-U
rtOTmtriDTrkvr ciu rfxr
Fort, Near ECotel Street.
CHAS. J. MCCARTHY, - Marser.
Popular Brands of Straight Gods
tT.WlTl W TT4WT1 "
Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWNIE
COCKTAIL, a specialty with this
resort.
DEPOT OF THE
FAMOUS WIELAND LAGER BIER
SS53-y
FOR -:- SALE, !
THE AHUPUAA
OF
Kal uaalia !
On the Island of Uolokai.
Said Land contains an acreage of about
1200 acres, 200 of which is the best coffee
land, and the balance ia grazing end
kalo land. -
. A good House and a fine well of sweet
water included in the above.
E7"Enquire of
E. G. Hitchcock,
At Marshal's Office, Honolulu.
3S63-3m
CENTEAL MARKET!
HT7T7.A.NTJ STREET.
First-class Market in every respect'; be
sides carrying a full line of Meats,
we make a specialty of
Srealtfaet Sanaase,
He act Cheese,
Prewed Cora JBeei.
WESTBR00K & GARE'V
S437-q Props: titos.
THE , .
Merchants' Exchange
Will receiye by tbe Australia this
morniDg
A FItESn ISVOICK OF
ENTERPRISE BEER
ALSO -
OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS t
3808-tf
J
McKffiBIN'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS
BOLD BY 7 HE
Hollister Drug Company
3859-lrn
The Accommodation line.
ON AND AFTER NOV
ember 26. 1S94, there will
be a daily line of stages
from WAIALU a to PEARL CITY Sun
days excepted, 1 earing Waialaa at 7 a.jc.
and arriving at Pearl City in tinae 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. BOGART,
Driver and Manager.
Waialua, November 26, 1894.
3854-1 na
Building Lots.
AT WAIKIKI ON CAR LINE,
and on PALAMA KOAD near
Fertilizing Plant. These Lots are
very cheap and will be sold on easy
terms. Desirable ACRE TBAdS near
the city and other properties for sale.
BR HCR RARING & CO.,
503 Fort Street, near King.
?87-3m "
Something New.
I have just returned from tbe Coast
and have opened np a complete stocky of
Groceries. Everything and anything
from sugar to the choicest of luxuries.
My motto ia to give VALUE FOR
VALUE. Everything new and fresh.
Come and get my prices and be con
vinced. J. H. GUY,
Cash Grocer.
Hotel and Union ets., opp Arlington
Hotel. 3859-3m
Advebtiseb 75 cents a montb

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