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THE FAC1PIC COMMERCIAL ADViSBTISEB: HONOLULU. JANUAEY 11. 1895.
The Alameda is twenty-four hours
The next Australia will bring a
large tourist party.
The next eteamer from the Coast
vrill be due on the 17th.
The ieland steamers may be de
tained several days yet.
The rebellion continues to be the
nbeorbing topic of the day.
The condition of C. O. Berger is
unchanged. He is still low.
Business is slowly but surely re
turning its normal condition.
The steamer V. G. Hall will be
in today from windward ports.
Send a copy of the war edition
of the Advertiser with your letter.
A bunch of keys has been lost.
A reward will be paid to the finder.
A number of marriages will occur
between now and St. Valentine's
Queen's Hotel on rsuuanu
13 being usea as a gentry
The Chinese population do not
circulate as freely as before the re
There is no truth in the rumor
that Quartermaster Hall has re
J. M. Vivas has been appointed
an agent to take labor acknowledg
There was never such a crowd on
the reef as at present. Jailor Low
is a busy man.
The Japanese about town take
considerable interest in the outcome
of .the revolution.
Lewis J. Levey, who is under
arrest, was stakeholder for nearly
all restoration bets.
A dividend will be paid to the
etockholders of Wilder s Steam
ship Company on Monday.
The resorts alone wai&i&i are
doing an increased amount of busi
ness since the "war" broke out.
-There are several thousand
bunches of bananas on the Oceanic
dock awaiting ehipment by the
James Mclnerny is convalesing.
He is still at Mr. Davis residence
at Waikiki, but will be brought
Invitations are out announcing
the marriage of Mr. Will Prestidge
to Miss AbbieKealoha on Sunday,
January 13th, at G :30 p. m., at the
family residence, Palama.
S. Takemura, 405 King street,
received by the China and Ben
tala, a new line of Japanese provi
sions, matting, etc. "S. T." tea is
a specialty with this house.
The advisability of allowing the
island steamers at the port to go
and came as usual was discussed
at the cabinet meeting yesterday
morning. It was decided to defer
decision until today.
A colored stableman, who has
the night watch, was stopped by a
guard, and the following laconic
conversation took place: "Can I
pass to get a cup of coffee." " You
may, if you have the ten cents."
Bruce Caxtwricht was out the
other night supplying the sentries
in his district with hot coffee. He
was challenged and in answer to
"Who comes there?" said "Coffee."
The thirsty guard replied, "Ad
Chester Doyle lost a fine, white
handled Colt's revolver yesterday,
while making a hurried drive
alone Nuuanu street. If the partv
whoouud the weapon will leave itM ;
-i t (Via nnli'na of a4iAn Via arill iaoa!ra IN
the thanks of Mr. Doyle.
Mrs. Nancy Sumner Ellis died
last evening after a lingering ill
ness. She was 56 years of age.
one leaves two sons ana one
daughter. The funeral will take
place this afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the family residence.
loud in their
of Company B are
praise or Dr. Way-
buii. x iie uocior ouereu ms ser
vices to the company stating he
would carry a gun until he was
needed to attend the injuries of any
member of the company. He has
ehared the hardships and pleas
ures with the boys from the first.
Adjutant-General John II. Soper
has issued general order?, No. 14,
which forbids any person whatso
ever to pass through the line of
sentries now maintained from Pa
lolo to Nuuanu Valleys inclusive,
or to leave the port of Honolulu for
the other islandp, without a pass
from general or regimental head
quarters. TM J a - rv .
The Hawaiian Gazxttx Compact
manufacture rubber stamps of all
TAKE YOUR CHOICE.
Two Good Papers to Send to Your
The sale of papera at this office
is unprecedented. The reason for
this is that the Adyektisek prints
the most readable account of the
daily happenings. The entire field
is covered and not an item of in
terest is omitted. Hundreds and
hundreds of extra copies have been
struck off daily to meet the de
mand. This fact proves that the
accounts of the rebellion printed in
this paper are the best.
Today you can have your choice
of two printed mediums to send
uway. ine ADVERTISER gives a
summary of the news from Sunday
night to this morning, inclusive. If
you want accounts with the details
up to date get a Gazette, which
will be issued today. You must
send papers to your friends. Send
them the Advertiser and Gazette,
they are the best.
Planters' Monthly for January.
The January number of the
Planters' Monthly has just been
issued and is among the most in
structive and interesting editions
of that popular publication. Fol
lowing is the table of contents:
The Over-production of Sugar.
Proposed Oahu Rucrar Plantation.
JEjc tracts from Williams, Dimond &
Over-production of Sugar Corres
Conservation of Hawaiian Forests.
Economy and Efficiency in Coffee
A Central Sugar Refinery.
Improved Crushing Machine.
Art of Tea Blending.
Value of Fruit as Food.
Mammoth Coffee Mills.
Extracts from Report on Sugar
Cane Sugar Products in the United
The Perfumery Industry.
Distress Among Sugar Planters.
Sugar as a Food in the Production
of Muscular Work.
The American Beet Sugar Industry.
Beet Culture and Orange Culture.
Meteorological Summary for 1894.
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND WILL
be paid to the stockholders
of Wilder's Steamship Com
pany, Limited, at their office, on
Monday, January, 14th, 1895.
6. B. ROSE.
ON FRIDAY OR SATURDAY LAST,
betweea Poetoffice and Chinatown.
a bunch of Keys. A reward of $2.50 will
be paid finder if left at this office.
Honolulu Cricket Club.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
above C u is postponed until
TUESDAY, Jauuarv 22nd.
V. H. KITCAT,
P.O. Box 3SG.
Mutual Tel. 544.
IMPORTERS AND DEALS PS IN
Japanese -:- Provisions
AND GE5EJLL MERCHANDISE, '
411 KING STREET.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
JCCNew Goods by every steamer.
Notice to Consignees.
THE BRITISH STEAM
er Bentala is entered at
Customs. Consignees are
pass their entries at Cus-
oms at once.
NAN YU SUA COMPANY,
411 King street,
FOR SALE CHEAP
IJSJ VERY GOOD KKPAIK.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. W. WRIGHT,
. BRBWEIi t COMPANY,
-pilE REGULAR QUARTERLY
meeting of the stockholders of the
C. Brewer A Co.,L'd., will beheld at the
offices of the Company, on Queen street,
in Honolnln, on TUESDAY, January lo,
1895, at 10 a. m. K. F. ISlSUOf,
The Hawaiian Gazette Compact
manufacture rubber stamps of all
BPBOJAL BUBI2TE8B ITBZIB.
When you wish to discontinue
housekeeping let Hawkins A. Henry
bid on your furniture in its entirety.
It will avoid Inconvenience of selling
in pieces or sale. King and Alakea
tJST Hawkins Jc Henry make es
timates ou all classes of painting, wall
paperiog and upholstering. All work
guaranteed. King and Alakea streets.
C&New and second-hand furni
ture, all kinds of second-band books,
jewelry and diamonds bought and
sold. Contracts for painting.
Hawkins & Henry.
CaT Beach Grove, Waikiki, near
Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic
Resort. Reserves for families, ladies
and children. Terms reasonable.
Chas. F. Warren, Manager.
tSFBar&aias in Handkerchiefs
Children's fancy-border Handker
chiefs at 50 cts. a dozen, Ladies' fancy
border Hankerchiefs reduced to 65 cts.
a dozen; Special, Ladies' white,
hemmed-stitch handkerchiefs $1 per
dozen, atN. S. Sachs,' 520 Fort St.
t&Just 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 Wichman's,
$6, $6, $6, $6.
Patronize Ilaniwal Baths,
Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door.
W. S. Bartlett, Proprietor.
XT" Private Lodgings for two
gentlemen at "Diana Lodge," corner
of Victoria and Thurston streets. A
perfectly healthful place. StabliDg
convenience. Terms reasonable.
Pine Photgraphing. At Wil
liams' show cases are to be seen mini
ture photographs on watch dials which
he is making a spcialty of. Also some
fine work on ilk handkerchiefs.
Lantern slides we are making in sets,
for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro
mide prints for the trade.
EST Por 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.
j7 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
Xuuanu and King streets.
If yon want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
t&'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.
Watch repairing at
Lfionn In Drawing mid Painting.
D. HOWARD niTCUCOCK,
class koovs :
- HOTEL tTREET.
DKAWI.Nw CLAKES-Tnesday and
Wednes iay afternoon or Saturday
PAINTING CLARES Tuesday and
Wednesday morning or Saturday
KETcJH CLASSES Every alternate
KA'lES Drawing c'as, per month
$S; Drawing class, per dingle lesson $1.50;
Painting claps, per ruonh $10; Painting
class, per single lenon fj; Sketen o'ass
free to regular pupil?, to others, jer les
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 claps.
The class rooms will be open from 8 a.
m. to 1U m. for morning clashes, from 1 to
5 r. m. for afternoon classes on days
specified above. 32SJ-lw
MESSRS. THEO. F. LANSING AND
Mannie Phillips have this day been
admitted a8 partners in our firm.
M. PHILLIPS. & CO
Honolulu, January 1st, lSio.
A OOLD ENAMEL. HAT PIN, feET
wilh diamonds, between town and
Waikiki. A reward of $15 will he paid
for its return to this officr . 393-tf
Jim Dodd's Flag.
Tie the flag of
With the stars
my country the flag of
and the stripes, type of
And the white flag
that floats to all
nearta is dear.
Tis the signal of plenty cool Extekkejsk
Then let them
float ever o'er Hawaii
They're type of
contentment, of peace
and of rest ;
Let tyrants beware,
under them we've
Uncle Sam gives us strength backed by
E. VANDOORN & CO.,
Havana, Manila and Domestic Cigars
We also carry a full line ot Tobaccos,
Pipes, etc., etc.
ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
MStep in on your way to the city
front and get a cold drink and a good
No. 208 Fort St., Esplanade
Family -:- Breads
Offices to Let
IN THE IMPROVED
CART WRIGHT BUILDING.
LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL
men generally are requested to
inspect office rooms in the Cartwbight
Bcildino 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
Store and Cellar
No. 23 Nunanu street, premises formerly
occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works.
EZT Apply to
Benson, Smith & Co.
FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF
fice and living rooms adjoining at the
corner of Punchbowl and JBereta-
nia streets. The premises formerly
occupied by Dr. Foote and lately by Dr.
Atcherly. "The premises consist of Wait
ing Room, Laborlatory.Operating Room,
Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc.
Jti-" Possession given December 1st,
1S94. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
3S52-tf Office, next Poetoffice.
THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD
injj formerly occupied by the
Union Ice Works and adjoining
Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY.
A SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
JnL slichtlv scratched in passage. For
i sale at a discount at the Viavi office.
TVAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S
T draft on C. Brewer fc Co., No. 953,
favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on
same has been stopped. Finder please
3S07-3m WING WO CHAN A CO.
ONE SQUARE PIANO.
(Stein way & Sons'.) Will
sell cheap. Apply to "X,"
I7ERY DAY FOR SUPPER WE
will erve chicken or duck,
days and Mindavs we will serve same for
both il'nnpr and supper.
Ihe onlv t"; rs a s meals in
NEW MODEL LUNCH ROOMS,
:W6.-lm Kthol street
y a lady as nurse for
'adies or cLildten, or a housekeep
er. '0 objection to leaving Honolulu for
other Inlands. First-clas references.
Address ,'K," Gazette office. 3S78-lw
Has gained the con
fidence of all con.
Prices below any
other No. i Stand
ard Flour in market.
PRANK J. KRUGER,
Practical -:- Watchmaker
FORT STREET, -
- HOXOLCXU, H. I.
AND CLOCKS !
of fne Watches a
Oive me a call before buying.
T. E. LINDSAY,
Manufacturer of Native Jewelry
Gold and Silverware,
Just the things suitable for the holidays.
SOS MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Kaahumanu streets.
Commercial Saloon ,
Corner Nauann and BeretanI Street
T. KEVEN, - - Manager.
COOL FRESH BEER
ON DRAUGHT AND THE STANDARD BRANDS
OF BOTTLED BEER.
Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
AND FRENCH LIQUORS.
Table Claret a specialty.
gjmJ ihe only Sporting House in tcwn.
H. G. BIART,
Formerly with Wenner & Co.
Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, j
lit ItITG STREET,
and Diamond Setting
SOUVENIR fc-rOOSS at very low
XJTkm't forget the number 114
Kine Ptrpot. SS(3-v
VFINE HOUSE LOT. 100 FEET
front by 150 feet deep, situated oc
Kinau street near Pensacola. Only a
short distance from the tramcar line. It
is h vry desirable place for a residence.
For farther particulars apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON. '
Attomev at Law, near the Post Office, j
We bare remored
STOCK OF JEWELRY
Store Lately Occupied
WEKNER & CO,
Where we will be pleased to see our old
patrons and many new one.
33rP. O. BOX 287.
Jacobson & Pfeifler.
Fort. TCear Hotel Street.
CHAS. J. MCCARTHY, - Manager.
Pcfular Brands of Straight G
ALWAYS CS JLkXDm
Try the Great Appetiser THE BROWNIE
COCKTAIL, a specialty with IbU
DEPOT OF THE .
FAMOUS WHLAND LAGIR BEE
FOE -:- SALE !
Oir tils Island cf UdckaL
Said Land contains an acre&ne of about
1200 acres, 200 of which is the best coiTee
IftRfi. TLrl fViA Vialanna tm . .1
A good Hons and a fine well of sweet
water included in the abore.
E. G. Hitchcock,
At Marshal' Office, Hcnololq.
. 3S63-Sm -
CENTEAL MAEKET !
First-class Market in every respect; be-'
sides carrying a fall line of Ile&ts,
we make a specialty of
PreMed Corn SmmU
WESTBK00K 6 GAELS,
by the Australia
A FKESn ITOICE OF
FOR COCKTAILS t
MeKffiBIN'S ANHBIOODS PILLS
OLD BY THE
Hollister Drug Company
The Accommodation lice.
ON AND AFTER KOV
ember 26, 1894, there will
be a daily line of 8 tares
from WAI&LU. to PEARL CITY Sun
days excepted, leavingWaialaa 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 pjc.
ED. BOG ART,
Driver and Manager.
Waialua, November 26, 1894.
AT WAIKIKI ON CAR LINE,
and on PALAMA KOAD near
Fertilizing Plant. These Lots are
i very cheap and will be sold on easy
term?. Desirable ACRE TRACTS near
the city and other properties for sale.
CROCK WARING A CO.,
503 Fort Street, near King.
I have just returned from th& Coast
and hav opened up a complete stock f
Groceries. Everything and anything
from-sujrar to the choicest of luxuries.
My motto is to trive VALUE FOR
VALUE. Everything new and fresh.
Come and get rav prices and be con
vinced. 0. II. GUY,
Hotel ar d Union sts , opp Arlington
Advertiser 75 cnte a month.