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irjwiviu LUMJUitUUIA AUYJiU'lWm UUXUUUUU, JANUAIIY 12, 1895,
LOOAL BREVITIES.
p.. N. Ureobana departed yester
day. N'iub touriata Uft for the Volcano
yeatenlay.
U. Morrison left lor MftUwell
yesterday.
Mr. Seeley I. Shaw left by the
Alameda yesterday.
Charles J. Falk, of Mahukona,
is in town for a few days.
The rerervoirs in Xuuanu Valley
are well tilled with water.
The band serenaded the Ala
umla's passengers yesterday.
Colonel Norris has recovered from
the effects of his late accident.
The Hawaiian band will give a
concert at Kiuwa Square this after
noon. Mia Ueasie Ueynolda left for
Lihue yesterday to resume nor
bchool duties.
The hteamer Cummins helped
the Alameda to get out from the
wharf yraterday.
The Kirkwood property at La
naina will ba sold at noon today
by Jas. F. Morgan.
Chief Crowley and family left
for home yesterday after spending
about six weeks in town.
J. E. Miller, the fertlliier dealer,
left for San Francisco yesterday,
accompanied by bis wife.
George II. Robertson, the man
ager of C. Brewer A Co., was a paa
tienger in the W. G. Hall yester
day. Elsewhere in this paper will be
found late news from Europe and
America. Some important dis
patches are reprinted.
Mrs. J. II. Sutton, Miss Emily
Sutton, wife and daughter of Purser
Sutton, of tho Alameda, left for
their home in San Francisco by
yesterday's steamer.
Corporal Green and the guards
at the telephone office desire to
thank Miss Oliver and other ladles
for an elegant repast furnished
them after 1 o'clock this morning.
The 11 o'clock services at the
Central Union Church will be held
as usual tomorrow morning. Sun
day school will be omitted. Notices
for the evening services will be
given out in the morning.
II. G. Biart, formerly with
"Wenner fe Co., is now located in
the Gertz premises at 413 Fort
street. Henry will put your watch
in good ordemnd furnish you "with
any design in the jewelry line.
The people on Maui and Kauai
will receive the first intimation of
the revolution this morning. From
Mahukona the pews will be tele
phoned to HUo and surrounding
districts some time during this
afternoon.
A tall, red whiskered individual,
said to be one of the men that
came here by the last northern
steamer to join the ranks of the
revolutionists as a leader, departed
by the Alameda yesterday. He
claims to have belonged to the
Canadian mounted police.
C. M. Walton, manager of Pahala
Plantation, arrived by the Hall
yesterday. He says the people on
Hawaii knew nothing of what was
going on in Honolulu, but the de
lay of the island steamers led to
some speculation. He reports grind
ing over at Pahala; also rainy
weather in that locality.
Chief Crowley Returns,
Chief of Police Crowley, with his
wife and daughter, returned to San
Francisco by the Alameda. The
chief expressed himself as highly
pleased with the courtesies he had
received in this country, and it is
not an impossibility that, in case
of his retirement from active work,
he may make his home in Hono
lulu. He is thoroughly enthused
over the cause of annexation, and
will be an active supporter in the
olates. He is very much improved
in health.
Concert at Emma Square.
The Hawaiian Band, Professor
Berger, will play at Emma Square
at 4 :30 o'clock this afternoon. Fol
lowing is the programme :
1. March "Deflllr" Berger
2. Overture "Light Cavalry"-8uppe
3. Gavotte "SpriDgtirae" ..Kesch
4. Selection "Popular Airs"... .llever
5. Waltz "Herpentine Dance'Gillet
0. Polka "Nuuanu Valley".... Berger
"Hawaii PonoJ."
Nearly Missed Her.
Dr. Walters of Kauai arrived at
the I. I. S. N. Co .'s wharf just as
the Mikahala left. Hi s name was
on the pappengerliet and ho claims
he only knew ten ruinuteH before
hand when the steamer was to
leave. Captain Campbell pignaled
a boat and the doctor was rowed
out climbing aboard hip by means
of a rope.
MEW TELEPHONE LINE.
L. 8. Aungat Will Build and Oper
ate One on Hawaii.
The many frieudi of L. ri.
Aungat, formerly superintendent of
the Mutual Telephone Company,
hefare the conbolidation with the
Bell, will he pleased to learn that
he ia meeting with excellent sue
cess in starting a new telephone
line on Hawaii. He has already
secured sufticient auhacrihera to
guarantee the succeaa of the ven
ture. The new line will start from
Punaluu and run through both dis
tricts of Kona to Kailua and on to
Kawaihae, there connecting with a
line to Mahukona and HUo. tiuch
a connection will prove of great
value to the coffee raisers along the
route, and put them in direct com
munication with nearly the entire
island. The line when completed
will he about 120 miles long. Mr.
Aungst, while superintendent of
the Mutual lelepbone Company, in
this city, succeeded In working
that company up to a high stand
ard of excellence. He ia an elec
trician of long and varied experi
ence, at all times affable and agree
able, und was highly esteemed hy
hia employers and a large circle of
frienda. All who know Mr. Aungst
will he pleased to hear of his good
fortune.
i - -
AFFAIRS IN KAU.
Some Newsy Notes From the Wind
ward Side of Hawaii.
Kau (Hawaii), Jon. 9. Kau has
been having copious ehowera of
rain during the past week, making
everything nice and green. The
cane throughout the district is look
ing splendid.
The Hutchinson Plantation has
two mills grinding steadily and are
making plenty of sugar.
The deputy-assessor has sent out
a list of the delinquent tax payers.
Mr. Walton has been installed as
manager: tFtSe Hawaiian Agricul
tural Camp cay, and has made a
very favc&xb2 impression with the
old hands.""-
The Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany is running a tunnel into the
mountain at Maula. They have
been working on it several months,
and have reached a depth of about
seventy-five feet. Tbey hope to
find water there and if they do it
will be a great benefit to the plan
tation. The Volcano seems to be dead :
no fire, but a little smoke is seen.
Jos. Emerson returns to Honolulu
this trip. He has been surveying
the Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany's lands for the past six
months.
Thr Latest Rumor,
At 3 :30 this morning a report
was received at police headquarters
from two different sources that
some twenty or thirty natives were
congregated near Abe Fernandez'
place at Kalihf. A squad of
mounted police was sent out under
command of Deputy Marshal
Brown to investigate. They had
not returned up to 4 :30, but a
telephone message from near Ka
lihi about that hour reports every
thing quiet in that vicinity.
Lost.
ON FRIDAY OR 8ATUKDAY LAST,
between Postoffice and Chinatown,
a bunch of Keys. A reward of $2.50 will
be paid finder if left at this office.
3889-1 w
Dividend Notice
A QUARTERLY DIVIDESD WILL
be paid to the stockholders
of Wilder's Steamship Com
pany, Limited, at their office, on
Monday. January, 14th, 1895.
S. B. ROSE,
3SSMf Secretary.
Honolulu Cricket Club.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
above Club is postponed until
TUESDAY, January 22nl.
V. H..K1TCAT.
3SSO-3t President.
t
Quarterly Meeting.
C. BREWER fr COMPANY,
LIMITED.
nllE REGULAR QUARTERLY
meeting of the stockholders of the
C. Brewer & Co.,L'd., will be held at the
offices of the Company, on Qaeen strt,
in Honolulu, on TUESDAY, January 13,
1S95, at 10 a. m. H. F. BISHOP,
38(Md Secretary.
JAPANESE STORE,
S. NISHIMURA
Proprietor.
FANCY GOODS !
and
Provision Merchants.
NEW GOODS EVERY. STEAMER.
P. O. Box 277. Telephone 317.
Foeter Block, Nuuann 8ret.
3879-y
QFECJAL nVQJlWlW iTBUO.
When you wUh to discontinue
housekeeping let Hawklna A Henry
bht ou your furniture in iU entirety.
It will Avoid Inconvenience of aelliug
ia piece or aale. King and A lake
btreetb.
gXTmHwklna .t Henry make t
timateamt uUcUbnett of jointing, wall
papering and uphoLterlug. All work
guaranteed. King aud A lake htreeU.
gjGTNew ami ecomlhauti furtit
ture, all kind of tiecoud-naiid book,
Jewelry ami diamond bought and
bold. Contract for painting.
Hawkins A Henky.
ixS" Reach Grove, Walkiki, near
nuhon'ti Hwltcu liathlng and Picnic
Report. Reserved for families, ladled
and children. Term reasonable.
CitAfi. K. Warren, Manager.
ZzriJargatn in Handkerchiefs
Children' fancy-border Handker
chiefs at 60 eta. a dozen, Ladle' fancy
border Uankerchiefa reduced to 65 eta.
a dozen; Hpeclal, Ladlea' white,
hemraed-atltcn handkerchief f I per
dozen, at N. H. Baohk,' 62Q Fort fit.
tSfJaat Opened A new lot of
Ladle' antl Children' Cape, Infant
Cloak; aUo a fine assortment of Hilk
olenea, In figured and solid colors, at
8achs' 8 tore, Fort Htreet.
Seal rrcaaea compute In
twenty-four hours at Wichman'et,
$0, $6, 6, $6.
Patronize llanlwal Hath,
Walklkl. Traincars paas the door.
W. 8. Bartlktt, Proprietor.
Vsir Private Lodtin&a tor two
gentlemen nt "Diana Lodge," corner
of Victoria aud Thurston streets. A
perfectly healthful place. Stabling
convenience. Terra reasonable.
38.W lm
Fine PhotHraphinH. At Wil
liams' show cases are to be seen mini
ture photographs on watch dials which
be is making a spcialty of. Also some
fine work on fcllk handkerchiefs.
Lantern slides we are making in sets,
for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro
mide prints for the trade.
EXT" For Bat gains In New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow-ei-B,
Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
X7" 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., comer of
Xuuanu and King streets.
i
CjJ If yon want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
t5yG. 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.
All manner of complicated
Wafcli Work at Wich man's.
Fine
TFafcIi repairing at
WlCHMAN'S.
ART SCHOOL.
Leimn In Drawing antl Painting.
D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK,
class rooms: -
- EOTKL HBEET.
DK AWING CL.ASSES-Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoon or Saturday
mornmir.
PAINTING CLARES Tuesday and
Wednesday morning or Saturday
mornintr.
SKETCH CLAj-SES Every alternate
Saturday afternoon.
KA'IE- Drawing elas. yer month
$S; Drawing cIoas, perinc;le lesson f 1.50;
Painting class, per month $10; Painting
class, per single lesson $2; ketci class
free to regular pupils, to others, per les
son $1.50.
Special rates for private pupils and to
those desiring daily stndy at class rooms.
Criticism and instruction will be given
twice a week in each class.
The clas rooms will be open from 8 a.
m. to 12 m. for morning classes, from 1 to
5 r. m. for afternoon classes on days
specified ah-ve. ' S?S'V 1 w
Copartnership Notice
MESSRS. THEO. F. LANSING AND
Mannie Phillips have this day been
admitted as partners in our firm.
M. PHILLIPS ,Se CO.
Honolulu, January 1st, 1S95.
3SSl-2w
tOSt.
A GOLD ENAMEL, HA T PIN, SET
with diamonds, between town and
Waikiki. A reward of $15 will fa pid
for its return to this office. 38$3-tf
Jim Dodd's Flag.
'Tit the fUtf of my country the dig cf
the free.
With the tUra and the btriptu, type cf
true liberty j
And the white flag that floats to all
hearts is dear,
Ti the signal of plenty cool Kmjlhvili
Then let them
the hltbt,
They're tji of
float ever o'er Hawaii
contentment, ui peat
and of rest ;
Let tyrants beware.
under them we've
no fear,
Uncle Ham gives us btrength backed by
KKTkl'KINB lit UK
JIM DODD,
Proprietor,
E. VANDOORN U CO.,
-PKALK&S IM
Havana, ihoih and Domestic Cigars
We glgo carry a full line of Tobaccod,
Pipes, etc., etc,
IOB COLD DRINKS A 8PECIALTY.
5C7Htep in on your way to the cfty
front and get a cold drink and a good
cigar.
No. 208 Fort St., Esplanade
3877-y
LOVE'S BAKERY,
NDDANU STREET,9
Family : Breads
A SPECIALTY.
CiOOriS GUARANTEED
IU TOWN.
3871Mm
THE BEST
Offices to Let
IN THE IMPROVED
CAKTWRIOIIT BUILDING.
LAWYER? AND PROFESSIONAL
men generally are requested to
inspect office rooms in the Cabtwkigbt
Buxldixo on Merchant street. There are
three rooms en soite.one facing Merchant
and Bethel streets. These offices; will be
rented At a reasonable rent to av respon
sible tenant. Apply on the premises to
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT.
379frtf
Store and Cellar
TO LET.
No. 23 Nananu street, premises formerly
occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Work.
X"Apply to
Benson, Smith & Co.
3735-tf
For Rent.
FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF
fice and living rooms adjoining at the
corner of Punchbowl and iereta-
nia streets. The premises formerly
occupied by Dr. Foote and lately by Dr.
Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait
ing Room, Laboratory, Operating Room,
Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc.
tjmJ Possession given December 1st,
1894. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
3S52-U Office, next Postoffice.
To Rent.
THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD
ing formerl y occupied by the
Union Ice Works and adjoining
Locas' Plaxunz Mill. Terms moderate.
Applv to
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY.
3812 2m
For Sale.
A
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
Slightlv ecratcbed in passaee. For
sale at a discount at tne Viavi office.
3SSO-tf
Lost.
7AILUKU SUGAR COMPANY'S
T draft on C. Brewer Co., No. 953,
favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on
iame has been stopped. Finder pleise
return to
3307-3m WTXG WO CHAN fe CO.
For Sale.
ONE SQUARE PIANO.
(Steinway fc j-ons) Will
sell cheap. Applv to "X,"
Notice.
E
7 VERY DAY FOR SUrrER WE
will serve chicken or dnck. Thurs
days and fcjundavs we wil! serve pame for
both dinner and fiuprer.
CJ The onlv first-class meals in
llonclula.
NEW MODEL LUNCH ROOMS,
3Sft-lm Hthel ftreet.
Situation Wanted.
A LA.DY. AS NCRSB FOR
ladies or children, or a honekeer
er. o objection to leaving lionolulct for
other Inlands. Firft-claw reference.
Addre8 "K," GAtrrK office. SSTS-lw
PAIITHEOtl
SLO
n
this office.
c.
OUR
Has gained the con
fidence of ail con
sumers. Prices below any
other. No. i Stand
ard Flour in market.
WE GUARANTEE
EVERY SACK.
Thea EL
Davies
& Co.,
SOLE AGENTS.
3833-ti
FRANK J. KBUGEK,
Practical -:- Watchmaker
CUMMINCS' ELOCK,
FOKT fcTBEXT, - - HOXOIXXf, H. X.
i
IMPORTER AND DEALER
WATCHES AND CLOCKS 1
Cy-Repairing of fine Watches a
specialty.
7Give me a call before bnyisg.
3&3-3m
T. E. LINDSAY,
Hinuficturcr cf Sitire Jreby
dxaxxb. rs
Imported lewelry,
Gold and Silverware,
Diamonds, Etc
Just the things suitable for the holidays.
20S MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Kaahnmama streets.
SS61-3m
Commercial Saloon,
Comer Snaun &sd Beretania Street
T. HE YEN, - - Manager.
COOL, FKESH BEER
OS CEATGHT AJSTD THE STaFDAUD
OF BOT7XXD T.TXH.
Fine Whiskies, Brandies,
Wines
TahJeClaret a specialty.
avC" lne only Sporting Honse in tcim.
3S65-tf
H. G. BIART,
! rFormerlv with WenDer & Co.
! Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker. I
-13 ivir& street;
Hawaiian JewelrT
and Diamond Setting
A SFECIAXTT.
SOUVENIR
SPOONS at
verv iow
prices.
CXJ' Don't forget the ncmber 114
tor Sale.
4 FINE HOUSE LOT. 100 FEET
c.
front by 150 feet deep, itnatd or. j Cme and set fay prices and be con
Kinan street near PesKacola. Only a ' vinced. .1. H. GUY,
short distance from the tram car line. It Cash Grocer.
is a very desirable p
lace for a residerc
For farther tvarticntars apply to
Attomev at Lar, rear the Post Offve.
SS47-tf
mi-1
mm
We ha?e removed our
STOCK OF JEWELRY
TO TOE
Store Lately Occupied
3Y
WENNEB s OO
'9
Where we will be pleased to oar old
patrons axd moy new one,
fiCTP. O. BOX 2S7.
Jacobson & Pfejfleh
CRITERION SAIOOII
Fort, Tr JJxttml titr&tP
CHA6, J. McCABTflY, r fe-y,
Popular Brands . cf Strt fcii
AUVAJ OS UAVD.
Try the Great Appetizer TIIE BEOWTIE
COCKTAIL, ft specialty with this
resort,
DEPOT OF THE
FAMOUS WKLMD Idm 02
FOE
THE
f
AHUPUAA
OF
Said JUmd ccotalc a ecreare of fibc
12Q0 ctes, 2QQ & whisk U the bt.'stc
laad, ai ta balaac is er&sius xLni
jklo l&adL
A good House end a fiae well
water fcncladed lo the above.
At fXtrrhtVMOtSce, lXca&olalB. :.
CB1JTBAL UAUEETi
TrSTBE00S & QARDU,
3437-q pEomjrrssa.
THE
Merchants' Exehmig
"Will receire by ibe j&cetr&Ua
xuomipg
this
ENTERPRISE BEER
OTSTERS FOR COCJZTAXL3 I
OLX BY TEJt
Hollister Drug Companj
3Sn-lm
j fc iccomEDMoa lm
OK AK1) ATTTTTl UOT-
w - be a dallr line of titases
from WAlalU a to FEARX. CITY ISun-
! days excepted, lea vine Waialoa at 7 juk.
aod arriving ax Pearl City in time for the
! 21 o'clock: tain for Honolulu; leaving
' l eAXl Jity on arrival of 1:4a train train
j Honolulu, arriving at Waialoa at 6Tae.
ED. BOG ART.
Driver and Manager.
"W&alasL, November ISM. '
SS54-lxn
Building Lots.
at w Anaa on car line,
Fertilizing Plant. These Lots are
very cheap and "will be eold on easy
terms. Desirable ACRE TRAC rs near
the cifr and other properties lor jae,
BRGCE WARING A Co..
503 Fort Street, near King.
i7-m
Somethins: New,
I have jnst retnrned from th Coast
and have opened np a complete stock of
i Groceries. Everythine and anything
I from snpar to tt'e choicest of Itrxtrrie.
! Mr motto ia to cive VALX7E FOK
VaLUFL
Hotel ar.d Union
sts.. opp Ajllcetou
Hotel.
Xbvekttsek 75 cents . month.
MOM
SALE
Kalnaalia

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