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THE l'ACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVKRTISKR; Hciyor. n.r. JANUAItY !G. 1895. 3 LOCAL BREVITIES. J. K. Brown and wife are in town again. Junius Kane was Hbearted yes terday. Minister Hatch will probably ar rive by the Australia. The baud will play at Emma h'quaie this afternoon. The Salvation Army held a rous ing meeting last night. Prof. H. S. Townsend of Labai- nalnna is a late arrival. There are about 130 prisoners. copfined in the barracks. Two native prisoners were liber ated from the barracks yesterday. j K. Wilson, the Hilo stable man, arrived from Hawaii yester day. Thirty-seven cases have been disposed of, so far, by the Military Court. Iwakami, Hotel street, has just received anew stock of Japanese iroods. ir Qnrrlav. February lGth, Morgan will hold a sale of city property. ;Porr? II. Robertson, manager for Brewer & Co., returned Hawaii yesterday. from No successor has been named for the captaincy made vacant by Cap- nn Smttifdi Thistle Club cele brated Burns' anniversary in an appropriate manner last nigni. Attorney-General Smith is acting uinisier oi rurcigu u.w o the absence of Minister Hatch. Over two hundred and fifty Chi flairs were flvine above the Chinese houses in the city yester day. About forty men were present at the meeting of the American League last night. An hour was spent in discussion. Chang Kim, a clerk .in C. V. ABhford's office, was locked up yes terday morning, but was released during the day. V. V. Ashford was very ill yester day. He had an attack of his old trouble, heart disease. Dr. Brodie was in attendance. The Government has received ifficial notice that Mr. S.Shimizu has charge of the Japanese Con-tnilate-General in Honolulu. "The Little Alabama Coon," the latest musical crate, will be played next week by the band. Professor Berger is arranging the parts. Gardner K. Wilder, formerly Deputy Attorney-General, arrived from Hawaii yesterday. Mr. Wilder is now practising law in Hilo. Mrs. John Bowler was brought to the police station late yesterday afternoon to furnish some informa tion desired by the authorities. Notwithstanding the strict orders against firing crackers, there were more or lees of them heard during Thursday night and yesterday morning. A strong northwest wind has been blowing for the past forty eight hours, which may account for the delay of the steamers Australia and Miowera. It is understood that Corporal Panningberg of Company A will be brought before a court martial at an early day to answer to a charge of insubordination. Native supporters of the Govern ment throughout the islands are sending in communications re questing that the ex-queen be sum marily dealt with. C. C. Kennedy, the manager of the Waiakea Plantation, and J. A. Scott, manager for the Hilo Sugar Company, were passengers on the Kinau yesterday. It is generally believed that a large quantity of arms and ammu nition are hidden on Lanai. A search will likely be instituted by uovernment omciais. Captain Robert Parker captured eighteen pistols, two guns and 500 rounds of ammunition during yes terday and last night. Most of these were found in the vicinity of Kalihi. Reports received by the Kinau last night say everything is quiet at Hilo and throughout the island. The Datives there did not evince much interest in the insurrection or its outcome. The success of the Hawaiian Ex press Company is assured beyond all question. They are doing a lu crative business, both locally and foreign. A messenger service is connected with the company. Tomorrow will be Emperor Wil liam's birthday. The Hawaiian band will serenade J. F. Hackfeld, the German consul, on Monday at noon. Professor Berger has ar ranged a rew eonjr, comjused by lhe Emperor. MEMORIAL TO MR. CARTER. Proposition for Fund to ha Started by Citizens Guard. In view of the fact that many of the Citizens1 Guard of which the late Charles L. Carter was a mem ber, will not draw the money due them from the Government for ser vices during the recent inturrec tion, Mr. James B. Cautle has pro posed that those who feel no need of the money turn it into a fund which shall serve as a nucleus for a larger fund to be used for the erection of a memorial to Mr. Carter. As Mr. Carter was a member of the organization Mr. Castle feels it particularly fitting that the Citi zens Guard should take the initia tive in the matter. Many others would undoubtedly follow the lead and swell the fund so that a very appropriate and lasting memorial can be erected in the city. Just what form this will be is a question that can be decided when the money is received. A free bed in the hospital has been men tioned, Mr. Carter having been an aggressive and deeply interested member of the board of trustees of the Queen's hospital. Those desiring to be contributors to this movement are requested to leave their names with Mr. Castle, or in his absence with Captain McStocker. DIED. BEHOEE In this city on January 2C, 1895, at 2:10 oclock a-in.. Charles Otto Berger. Bora in Kinte!n,Germany, April 15. 1847. Afcfd 47 years. EST- The funeral will take place from St. Andrews Ctbedral on Sunday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. Notice to Contractors SEALED PROF03L3 AVI LI. BE received at the office of Hipley & BevnoldP. ArchitectB.nntill 10 o'clock a.m. on the 2nd c1a of February. 1805, and opened immediately thereafter lor an me lane and materials required for the erection and full completion of a Club House for the Healani Yacht and Boat Club in accordance with plana and spe cifications, copes of which may be ob tain of the Architects, 410 fort smei. PER ORDfcR OF COMMITrtsE. S901-2t Election of officers. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Hawaiian Elxctric C mpany held this day, the following persona wr re elected to serve during the coming year: Wm. G. Irwin President T. May . Vice-President Godfrey Brown Treasurer Wm. W. Hall Secretary John F. Hackfeld Auditor Thepe officers constitute also the Board of Direclois of the Company. WM. W HALL, Secretarv Hawaiian Electric Company. Honolulu, January 24th, 1895. 3901-3t For Sale. TV GORDON SfcTrER Pups, 5 month old. 8 KUKUt LANE. Lost. AT WAIKIKI ON SUNDAY LAST, a Diamond Kin?. Hnder will bn suitably rewarded by v. miiunicating with Oazettk office. S9CK-tf Wanted. A FURNISHED COTTAGE of 3 or 4 rooms, must be some little distance from te bupiness MM quarter. Address Box 82 Fostoffice. 3898- f For Sale. IMPROVED SINGER 8EW1NG Machine, Furniture, Mattress, etc., much less than can be bought eb-e where; New Feather Hllows at 75c. a pound. Call t 111 King street 389S-tf S. T. ALEXANDER. H. 1. BALDWIN. ALEXANDEK A BALDWIN, Commission Merchants No. 3 California st , fc-'an Francisco. &mI&nd orders promptly filled. 3807-6m Notice. MR. SOU KEF. OF KIPAHULU, Maut, having made an assignment to rx e " f all his pro eity for the benefit of his creditors, all persons having claims against the said 5ou Kee are hereby requested to present thn same wi bin two months from date to the nmierhigned, and all persons owing to said won Kee will please make immediate i aymnt to J. F. HACKFfcLD, Assignee of ou Kee. Honolulu, Jannarv luth, 1895. 398 l 622-3t Annual Meeting. yil ANNUAL MEETING OF THE I KtockMoIderH of the Hawaiian Klec trie Company f r the election of tfficers and to hearth annual repo'ts etc., will re held on THUKDAV,u 10 o'clock a m. Jannarv 24tt, at the office of the Com puny, corner Ala ea and Halekau ilasrei8. W. W. II ILL, 3808 at Secretary. special business itbus. SXJ Hawaiian Boat House, Foot of Richards street, Have tine pleasure boats of all des criptions for rent by the hour or day. Balls & Biiaw. 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 street". JS" Hawkins Cr Henry make ett ti mates on all classes of painting, wall papering and upholstering. All work guaranteed. King and Alakea streets. ffZJTNew and second-hand furni ture, all kinds of second-band books, jewelry and diamonds bought and sold. Contracts for painting. Hawkins A Henry. tST Beach Grove, Waikiki, near Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic Resort. Reserves for families, ladies and children. Terms reasonable. Ciias. F. Warren, Manager. Bargains in Handkerchiefs Children's fancy-border Handker chiefs at 50 cts. a dozen, Ladies' fancy border Hankerchiefs reduced to 65 cts. a dozen; Special, Ladles' white, hemmed-stitcb handkerchiefs $1 per dozen, atN. S. Sachs,' 520 Fort St. tf&'Ttist Onened A new lot of Ladles and Children's Capes, Infant Cloaks; also a flue assortment of Sllk- oleues, in figured and solid color?, at Sachs' Store, Fort Street. Seal Presses complete in twenty-four hours at Wichman's, $6, S6. $6, 6. Patronize Ilaniwai Baths, Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door. V. .S. Baktlett, Proprietor. Fine Phot&raphinji. At Wil liams' show cases are to be seen niini- ture photographs on watch dials which he is making a spcialty of. Also some fine work on silk handkerchiefs. Lantern slides wo are making in sets, for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro mide prints for the trade. ET For Bat&aina in New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc, call at the I. X. L., corner of Nnuana and King streets. fX7" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, 8ewlng Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. CXJ' If yon want to sell ont your Furniture in it entirety, call at the I. X. L. tS'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. UJCT" All manner of complicated WafcZi Work at Wichman's. Fine Watch repairing at Wichman's. Annual Meeting:. PAUKAA SUGAR COMPANY. rp HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 1 stockruilders of the Paokaa bugar Company will be held at the office of C. Brewer & Co., Limited, in Honolulu, on MONDAY, January 2Sth. 1895. at 10 a.m. PEK. ORDEB. Honolulu, January 18, 1895. 86-td To Kent. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS niiS with privilege of bath. A single lady pref ned, or a couple with out children. Call ar cottage two doors above Eagle House. Nuuanu street. 389-2t JLOSt. AHOLD ENAMEL. UAT FIN, SET wi h diamond, between town and Waikiki. A reward of f 15 will be paid for its return to this office. 3893-tf ONCE MORE IN TBE LAND! N. F. BURGESS Is again prepired to repair Garden Uoe, fprinkl rs. Water Tap, Paw Fil ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and ciswra; Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also betting Glaus, in fact all kinns of j hbing Work called for and returned. Ring np 15 Mntual Telephone any time before o'clock a.m. 3834-em For Sale. A One-Undivided Tweatieih Share In the thapuAAof HONOKUA, situate in BOUTU KONA, HAWAII, containing an area of G578 ACRES and being Apana 9 oi R. P. 6S57, I- C. A. 7713. There are 3-3 9-10 Acres to every share. This Land adjoins Kalahiki 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 uwcua uwuiUK, x rico XAJ. 11US 1 perfect. Warranty deed, acknowledged j and stamped given to purchaser. I E?For further particulars appiy to J. M. MON8ARRAT, Honolulu, January 4, 1895. 3884-f E. VANDOORN & CO., DKAJLKR-S IS HaYina, Ihnih and Domestic Cigars We also carry a full line oi Tobaccos, Pipes, etc., etc. ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY. Jw-Step in on your way to the city front and get a cold drink and a good cigar. No. 208 Fort St., Esplanade 3377-y LOVE'S BAKERY, NUUANU STREET,: Family -: Breads A HPECIALTY. GOOI GUARANTEED TI1K BEST IN TOWN. 3S79-lm Offices to Let IN THE IMPROVED CAUTWRIOOT BUILDING. LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL men generally are requested to inspect office rooms in the Cartwrioht BciiiDise on Merchant street. There are three rooms en euite.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 Lemonade Works. XECApply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf For Kent. lie fice and living rooms adjoining at the corner of Punchbowl and Bereta- nia streets. Th premises formerly occupied by Dr. Foots and lately bv Dr. Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait ing Koom, Laborlatorv,Operating Room, Bed Hoom, Kitchen, Bath Koom, etc. Possession given December 1st, 1S94. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, 3S52-tf Office, next Postoffice. For Sale. A SANGER SEWING MACUINE. V Slightly scratched in passage. For sale at a discount at the Viavi office. 38S0-tf Notice. 7VERY DAY FOR SUPPER WE Id will serve chicken or duck. Thurs days and Sundays we will serve same for both (I nner and supper. tLSJT rJhe only first-class meals in Honolulu. NEW MODEL LUNCH ROOMS, 385-1 m Kpthel street. Notice. MR. G. E. BOARDMAN IS Au thorized to collect all accounts for William Bros EL. A. WILLI AM8, 3S91-tf Manager. TBE HAWAIIAN S.FE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, nOWOLULC, U. I. Have Safe Deposit Boxes of various sizes to rent by the month or year. St cks aad Bonis Bought and Sold AGKNTS FOR fcun lninranrr OBtc of London. AGENT FOR flmt Northern Kktlwaj. Tickets Hold to All Point. AGKCTB FOR Th Hawaiian Land and Improve njfot Conapanr (Limited). Some of the finest Coffee and Fruit Land on the I-lands for pale upon very favorable termP. :87-tf Jiis. W. Bergstrom, PTANO, PIPE AND RB ED ORGAN Toner and Repairer. Orders Mt a; Ihrnm's Bookstore, will receive prompt attention. 3S65-v 1 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. :JS33-tf FRANK J. KRUGER, Practical -:- Watchmaker CUMMINGS' BLOCK, FORT STRKKT, - - HONOLULU, H. I. IMFORTER AND DEALER WATCHES AND CLOCKS ! ORepairing of fine Watches a specialty. ESGive me a call before baying. 3S58-3m ' T. E. LINDSAY, Manufacturer of Native Jewelry DEALER IN Imported Jewelry, Gold and SilverSvare, Diamonds, Etc. Just the things suitable for the holidays. INIlCRCmYNT ST., Between Fort and Kaahumanu streets. 3861 -3m Commercial Saloon. Corner Nuuanu anil beretanla Street T. KEVEN, - - Manager. COOIi FRESH BEElt ON DRAUGHT AND TUB STANDARD BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AND FRENCn LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. QjZTThe only Sporting House in town. 3365-tf For Sale. A FINE HOU3E LOT, 100 FEET front by 150 feet deep, situated ob. Kinau street near Pensacola. Only a phort distance from the tramcar line. It is h very desirable place for a residence. For farther particulars apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON. Attorney at Law, near the Post Office. 347-tf ATTENTION ! r WOULD RESPECTFULLY IS form my friends and the public that T am still in the Tinsmith and Plumbing business That I am now oflerinz for cash rejrular size 2x6 feet, ZU c Lined rath Tubs, with Ping, Chain and small piece of pipe ready for connection for only $10 each. Also Stone Pipe at bed rock prices : 6 in.. 45c. a length ; 5 in., 40c. a length ; 5 in 35 a Jen4th. EJJ All kinds of Jobbing promptly at'enijod to. CsIRing up Telephone 844 and your orders will receive prompt artntion at lowest pricep. JAS. NOTI Jr. H. G. BIART, . Formerly tsitii Wenner A Co.1 Jeweler -: and :- Wattkaker, r.ir. FoitT HTitKEny Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A traciALTT. SOUVENIR erOONH at very low prices. CJLJ Don't forget th n amber 515 Fort street. 3Sttt-T CRITERION SALOON Fort, Niir Xlotl Btrit. CHAS.J. MCCARTHY, - Manager. Popular Brands of Straight Goods ALWAYS ON HAND. Try the Great A ppetixerTHF. BROWNIE COCKTAIL, a specialty with tbia resort. DEPOT OF THE FAMOUS WIELAND LAGER 3853-v mm FOR SALE! THE AHUPUAA OF Kalnaalia ! On the Island-of iiolokai. Said Land contains an acreage of about 1200 acres, 200 of which is the best coffee land, and the balance is grazing and kalo land. A good Houre and a fino well of sweet water inclnded in the above. fijfcEnquire of E. G. Hitchcock, At Marshal's Office, Honolulu, 38fi3-3m CENTRAL MARKET I KXJTJJVKJJ STREET. First-class Market in every respect; I siaes carrying a iuu line ot meats, we make a specialty of Brealilaat Sausages, Head Cheese, Pressed Corn Urn ml. WESTBR00K & GARES, 3437-0 PaoiBTrroR. Merchants' Exchange Will ret-eive by the Australia this morning A KKKHH IKVOICK OP ENTERPRISE ALSO BEER OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS t 380S-tf The Accommodation Line. ON AND AFTER NOV ember26. 1894, there will be a dailv line of Htazes from WAIALU a to PEARL CITY Son days excepted, leavinzWaialaa 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 Waialuaat 6 p.m. ED. BOGART, Driver and Manager. Waialua, November 26, 1894. 3K54-lm . Building Lots. AT WAIKIKI ON CAK LINE, and on PaLAMA hOAD near Fertilizing Plant. These Lots are very cheap and will be sold on easy terms. Desirable ACHE TRACTS near the city and other properties for sale. BRUCE WARING & CO., 503 Fort Ptreet, near King. ?8H7-3m JAPANESE STORE, S. NISHIMURA Proprietor. FANCY GOODS ! AMD Provision Merchants. NEW GOODS EVERY STEAMER. P. O. nox 277. Telephone 317. Foster Blocfc, Nunana Street. 3E79-y WING WO TAI & CO., II A V J KKCKIVEU KX HAUK USA. A LARGE INVOICE or K VTTaN CHAIBS ! AND LOUNGES ihm for. ay. . CM. aM 4or ; ia. pal i 1 i 1 1 J ! i I i: r I I-'