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Till: 1ACIFIC COIMERCIAL ADVJBRTISKH: HONOLULU. FEBRUARY 7, 1895.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Mariposa due today. Kobert Levy, the liackniau, is ill. Lawn tennis games bave been re vived. George V. Jenkins, of Papaikou, is in tbe city. Inspectors are still on duty in the various saloons. Several marriages are on the tapis for next month. The Pantheon saloon will serve all kinds of liquor today. The marshal has a notice to sa loon keepers in this issue. Deputy-Marshal Brown is at work again after a slight illness. S. E. Pierce advertises for a posi tion as bookkeeper or clerk. Send a copy of the Hawaiian Gazette with your letter today. L. J. Levey is reported as having been unwell for several days past. Joe Weston is now connected with the Mutual Telephone Com pany. - . Evening band concerts will bq revived after martial law has been suspended. Large lot of bananas are piled on the Oceauic dock awaiting ship ment by the Mariposa. Ladies' R. & R. sailor hats in black or white for 50 cents at N. S. Sach's, Fort street. Judge Perry will have a large number of cases to diepose of when the District Court opens. A number of the officers from the Philadelphia attended the sessions of the Military Court yesterday. Panl A. Mosher. J. S. Matos, ,M. Houghtailing and Louis Rich tOoX the oath of allegiance yesterday. The George W.DeLongPost, No. 45, G. A. R., will hold a regular meeting this evening at Harmony Hal J. A. W. Carter has been elected a member of the Board of Directors of C. Brewer & Co., in place of he late Charles L. Carter. v Charlsa L. Wight, the president of the Wilder Steamship Company, will leave in the Kinau tomorrow The saloons are now allowed lo Tv ell alcoholic liquors, as well asXrt: rry MILLER Vter. Marshal Hitchcock raised CTSbat he will be Vpe embargo yesterday. Chief-Justice Jadd, Justice Bick- f jrton and Jadge Cooper visited the 'Philadelphia yesterday and were accorded the usual salute. One of the victims of the "Never Sleeps" is spending a few days in town. He stubbornly refuses to recognize his late associates. Deputy Marshal Brown has re covered from a slight indisposition which necessitated his absence from his official duties for a couple of days. Andrew Brown has collected nearly $2000 as a purse to be pre sented to the native - police who as sisted in suppressing the late in surrection. Henry Smith, guardian of Fred G. Wenner, a minor, has filed a petition to be released from the trust, and that Alfred W. Carter be appointed in his place. Local members of the teachers' circle for child study are requested to meet with tbe tautology circle Friday, at 3 p. m., "in the kinder garten rooms of Queen Emma hall. Louie Aungst has imported 'a Kentucky thoroughbred team of dappled grays, and can be seen daily on the boulevard testing their speed. Creditors of C. L. Bito, bank rupt, are notified to present and prove their claims before the Cir cuit Court tomorrow, between 10 o'clock and noon. Monthly meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be held this evening, at 7 :30J Bids will be opened for construction of gymnasium in connection with the present building. Hapenuia, a native, and Ah Him were arrested last night and are being held for investigation. The Chinaman had a box of fifty 38 calibre pistol cartridges in his pos session when arrested. Arthur White was arrested shortly after noon yesterday. He failed to report at police headquar ters at 9 o'clock in the morning as ordered by the Marshal. A charge of misprision of treason is entered against White. The Hawaiian Carriage Manu facturing Company is turning ouf' work that cannot be excelled. They announce that they are prepared to furnish Imperial ball-bearing axles that can be adjusted to any family carriage or back. The latest thine in carriage axle3 is the Imperial ball-bearing, which ! have been imported from Cincinnati by the Hawaiian Carnage Manu facturing Company. By the use of the Imperial, friction is reduced to a minimum, and a lumbering fam ily carriage can be made to run as light as a sulky. The first colt sired in the islands by Creole, the phenomenal black pacer of California, now owned in this city, was foaled two weeks ago. The colt belongs to Ed Hopkins, and gives evidence of becoming as equally worthy of note as his sire. It can be seen at the Club stables. W. R. Lewis, laUly connected with the Bulletin, is now freight clerk on the steamer Likelike. On the last trip of the vessel Mr. Lewis had a rather startling and danger ous experience while loading sugar at Paauhau. His foot became en tangled in a slingload of sugar and he was drawn up several feet head downward. There was a scene of merriment at the expense of ft well known painter yesterday noon in front of Noltes restaurant. A practical joker tied one of ihe wheels of his brake with wire to an iron hitch ing post. When the owner got in to his brake and attempted to start the animal the large crowd of bystanders began to laugh. It was some time before the party tumbled to the joke, but when he did blue streaks were visible in the locality for eome time. Distrained for Rent, Seaborn Luce, wholesale liquor dealer, is in financial difficulties and his place of business on Mer chant street has been closed for several days past. He is consider ably in arrears for rent, and Mr. J 8.9. Campbell, his landlord, has taken this course to compel pay ment. An effort is being made by f Mr. Luce to settle the claim and continue business. Distinguished Visitors. President Dole, Minister King and Adjutant-General Soper visited Admiral Beardslee yesterday after noon at 2 o'clock, remaining aboard fifteen minutes. A salute of twenty one guns was fired both on the ar rival and departure of the party. The Admiral's barge conveyed the party to and from the Philadelphia. PERSONAL, ANNOUNCER At Home from 6 3f . to 6 r. x. All kinds of refresh ment will be served. Come early to avoid the rush. 912-lt Notice. THERE "WILL BE HELD A REGU lar meeting of G. A. R. George W. de Long Poet No. 45, at Harmony Hall, Kin? street, February 7th, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting Comrades are invited to attend. 3911-2t Wanted. POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER or Clerk. Apply to S. K. PIERCE, 3912-lt ' Potofnce Edison's Kinetoscope ! FOR 10c. YOU CAN SEE THE greatest marvel of ecience. TODAY "The Boxing Cats." GSabjecta changed daily at Hart & Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition hours t 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 3907-tf CHOICE TABLE BUTTER KKOSI THE Sydney Creamery ! TOR PALE BY H. NLAxT & CO. 39U-19t Election of Officers. AT A MEETING OF THE 8TOCK holders of the Honolnla Soap Works Company held January 3lst, the following officers were elected fDr the ensuing year : President F. W. McCbeney Vice-President W. B. Godfrey nZSZ .."J.M.McChesney Auditor . -Geo. McLeod John Ena was elected as Director, to act with the above officers. J. M. McCHESNEY, tecretary. January 31st, 1393. 3910-3t To Whom it may Concern: 'rIIS UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT JL be responsibe for any debts contract ed without his written order. 2911-3t ROBERT LA TNG. Nurse Wanted. A COMPETENT GERM IN GIRL for care of two children. MR.S. C. L. C iRTER, 3310-tf Waikiki. SPECIAL BU3LNE88 IT 12 ZIP. VSTThc Singer has again arrived, and if you wish to see him call at 113 Beth ex. Street. We wish to call special attention to our exhibit of embroidery work. B. Beroesen. 1ST Mr. E. A. Hegg, a Crayon Artist, with his headquarters at Wil liams' studio, will be In Honolulu for a short time only. Orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. X-T Hawaiian Boat House, Foot of Richards street, Have fine pleasure boats of all des criptions for rent by the hour or day. Raxxs fc Shaw. ECTWhen 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. CX7Hawkin Sr Henry make es timates on all classes of painting, wall papering and upholstering. All work guaranteed. King and Alakea streets. CZNew and second-hand furni ture, all kinds of second-hand books, jewelry and diamonds bought and sold. Contracts for painting. Hawkins & Henry. T" nmar-h f2mvf. Wallrilrf- near Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic Resort. Reserves for families, ladies and children. Terms reasonable. Chas. F. Warren, Manager. 'TiafAalnm in T7nnrHrfirn.7i1p.fn Children's fancy-border Handker- ctiieis at 60 cts. a dozen, Irenes' xancy- . . w mm border Hankerchiefs reduced to 65 cts. a dozen: Special, Ladies' white, hemmed-stltch handkerchiefs $1 per dozen, atN. S. Sachs,' 520 Fort St. toTJast Opened A new lot of Ladies and Children's Capes, Infant Cloaks; also a fine assortment of Sllk- olenes, In figured, and solid colors, at Sachs' Store, Fort Street Patronize Ilaniwal Baths, Waikiki. Tram cars pass the door. W. S. Bartxett, Proprietor. EST For Bargains In New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow- eis. Wicker Chairs. Garden Hose, etc, call at the I. X. I, corner of Nuuanu and King street. ZJ Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes. Stoves, Hanging Lamps, RuCTi 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. Lv, corner of Nuuanu and King streets. It yon want to sell ont your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. Ij. ZZTG. 11. 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. An Employment Bureau Has been opened by Mr. Job A. BAKEVnear the O. K. R. & L. Co. depot. Parties desmng the services of Carpenter, Cooks, Plantation Labor ers, Mechanic, Nurses, Lunas, Book keepers, Stewards, 8ailors, Teamsters. House servants, Kanchmen, Ac, of any nationality can be supplied by commun icating with the Bureau, either by Post Office. Telephone or personal visit. C7"P. O. Box 116. 0"felephone 1005. 2910-lw THE ATLANTIC OCEAN takes t its name from Mount Atlas Star. SO DOES The ATLAS FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, H. W. SCHMIDT A SOSS, AGENTS. Ad vcr- noos-iw Notice. A l.L PEKt-ONS AUR WARNED 1 jl net to epn acpounts with the Ward Room Mess of the U. 8. F. . ! hiladel phia" unless through me. W. M W() P, C9DS-3t Lu-nteiinnt V. S. f-avy. For Sale. A One-Dndivided Twentieth Share In tbe ahupuaa of IIOMOKUA, situate in SOUTH KONA, HAWAII, containing an area of G578 ACRES and being Apana 9 ci R. P. 6S57, L. C. A. 7713. There are v-10 Acres to every share. This Land adjoins Kalahlki on the South and is a valuable property. A pood deal of it is suitable for Coffee and tbe balance for pasturage. It lies near Hookena Landing. Price S0O. ' Title perfect. Warranty deed, acknowledged and stamped Riven to purchaser. jJqt further particulars apply to J. M. MON8ARRAT, Honolulu, January t 1S95. S884-tt E. VANDOORN & CO., DEALERS IN Havana, Manila and Domestic Cigars We also carry a full line oi Tobaccos, Pipes, etc, etc. ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY. Step in on your way to the city front and get a cold drink and a good cigar. t No. 208 Fort St, Esplanade . . 3877-y LOVE'S BAKEET, NUOANU STREET, Family : Breads A SPECIALTY. GOODS GUARANTEED THE BEST IN TOWN. 3S79-lm OfllCeS tO Let IN THE IMPROVED CAKTVfRIOHT BUILDING. LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL men generally are requested to inspect office rooms in the Cartwbight Bcr&mxo 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 laniti Lemonade worts. XwH Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf For Kent. FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF fice and living rooms adjoining at the Hi corner of Punchbowl and Bereta nia streets. The premises formerly occupied by Dr. Foote and lately by Dr. Atcherly, The premises consist of Wait ing Room Laborlatorv.Ope rating Room, Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc. C27Posses3ion given December 1st, 1894. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, 3852-tf Office, next Postoffice. Election of Officers. elected W. F. Allen President J. A. McCandless Vice-President Edwin A. Jones Secretary L. C. Abies Treasurer T. W. Hobron Auditor EDWIN A. JONE8, Secretary. Honolulu, January 31st, 1895 3907-4 1 KeacI This ! IF YOU WANT A MOTIVE POWER, order a Rxqax Vapor or Pacific Gas Euortrjc; they are the best, safest and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole A go nt. f35T"end for cataloarues. Honolulu, Ll7" " 3688-t Notice. MR. G. E. BOARDMAN IS Au thorized to collect all accounts for William Bros. ED. A. WILLIAMS, SS9ltf Manager ATTENTION ! I WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN form my friends and the public that am still in the Tinamith and Plumbing knainPM. Tfiof Tom nnv nfTonno far cash regular site 2x6 feet, Zidc Lined bath Tubs, with Plug, Chain and small niece of pipe rendv for connection for only f 10 eacb. also 8tone Pipe at bed- wwtV triroR ft in All a. )nnrth 1 5k in.. J - - j . w . M A V V " ' W S r 40c. a length ; 5 in., S5c a length. All kimls of .lobmng prompiiy tended to. Rim n Tplpnhone 844 and vour at orders will rvceiv prompt attention at lowest pricep. J AS. NOTT, Jr. I AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the stockholders of the Peoples' Ice & Refrigerating Company held this dav. the following officers were , w - a C. & C. FLOUR Has gained the con fidence of all con N sumers. Prices below any other No. i Stand ard Flour in market. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Theo. H. Davies &Co., SOLE AGENTS. 3833-ti FRANK J. KRUGER, Practical -: Watchmaker CUMMINGS' BLOCK, FORT STREET, - - HONOLULU, H. I. IMPORTER AND DEALER WATCHES AND CLOCKS ! ts-Repairing of fine Watches a specialty. E"Oive me a call before buying. 3358-3 m FIUST IN THE FIELD WITH 1895 WHEELS ! 1 No. 14 -W1TH- WOOD RIM AND DETACH ABLE TIRES. XJf'Call and see it. RAMBIiER -:- AGrENCY 3906-lw 107 King Street. Election of Officers. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Pearl City Fruit Company, Limited, held thia day, tbe following persons were elected to serve daring the ensuing jear : W.J. Lowrie President j. Lyle Vice-President t xr J Treasurer and D. B. Murdoch Secretary J. A. Lyle Auditor These officers together with E. Kopke, constitute the Board of Directors. D. B. MURDOCH, Secretary Pearl City Fruit Company. Honolulu, Jannary 31, 1895. 3908-6t Notice. EVERY DAY FOR SUPPER WE will serve chicken or duck. Thurs days and t3undav8 we will serve same for both dinner and supper. X7 'J he onIy first-class meals m Honolulu. NEW MODEL LUKCH ROOMS, 3S5-lm Bethel street. kov Sale. 4 FINK HOU-iE LOT. 100 FEET V front by 150 fet deep, situated on Kinau street near Peitacola. Onlr a short JistAnce from the tramcar line. It i h very desiraMe place for a residence. For further particulars apply to J. ALr KED MAUOOK. Attorney at Lw, near the Post Office. 3S47-tf Mode Bartler H. G. BIART, Formerly witli Wenner & Co. Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, OlO KOItX 8XHIS3ST, Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY SOUVENIR SPOONS at very low prices. CZJ" Don't forget the number 615 Fort street. 3SC3-y CBITERION SALOON Fot-t. Near Hotel titroet. CUAS. J. McCARTQY, - Manager. Pcpalar Brands of3Strt Gccfs ALWAYS ON HJJSTD. Try the Great Appetizer THE EROT7I7IC COCKTAIL, a specialty witb tbl9 resortt DEPOT CF THE FAMOUS WIELAND LiOER BIEE ; 3853-y FOR -:- SALE ! THE AHUPUAA OF T7 1 1 ft On the Island of Uclciai. Said Land contains an acreara of about 1200 acres, 200 of which is the best ccfTee land, and tbe balance is grcsing and kalo land. A good Houee and a fine well of sweet water inciuaea in ine aDOve. CZTEnquire of E. G. Hitchcock, , a juarsnai's Office. Honolulu S883-3m CENT SAL MARKET ! WTjrtJAjrrj . STREET, . First-class Market in every respect ; be sides carrying a fall UneofMeat3, we make a specialty of lTrealciaat 8auBaze, . ' - ' Head Cliee . Prened Corn Bwt. " ' t V7ESTBR00K & GAIIES, ' 34$7-q PaoFBrrroa, FOR - SALE ! Second-hand Pneumatic Blcycfs IN GOOD CONDITION. PRICE - - - 550.00 7"ENQUIRE W. E. BROWN, 3905-tf ' TbisOfSce. The Accommodation Line. ON AND AFTER Nov ember 26, 1894, there will be a daily line of titaeea from WAIALUa to PEARL CITY Sun days excepted, leavinWaialaa at 7 aot. 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 Waialuact 6r.u. ED. BOQART, Driver and Manager. Waialua, November 26, 1894. 3S54-lro Building Lots. AT WAIKIKI ON OAR LINE. and on PA LAMA BOAD near w .siii t a. m . 4 very cheap and will be sold on essj termt. Desirable ACRE TRACTS near the city and other properties for sale. BRUCE WAJUNG & CO., 503 Fort Street, near Kfng. S8fl7-3m JAPANESE STORE, S. NISHIMURA Proprietor. FANCY GOODS I AND Provision Merchants. NEW GOODS EVERY STEAMER. P. O. Box 277. Telephone 317. Foster Block, Nuuanu Street S7f-y WING WO TAI & CO., HAVE RECEIVED KX BARK LISA A A RGR INVOICE OF' K ,TT AX CHAIRS ! AKD LOUNGES. 2S73-V