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TILE VACIF1C COMMEHCIAL A1V!RTISER; HONOLULU. FEBRUARY 19, 1805
Try Keel Label oysters.
Sugar was quoted at three cents
on the 11th inst.
A. J. Campbell was a paseenger
on the Australia.
The Hawaiian Gazette wiil be
out this afternoon.
Clerk A. Hammer was elightly
Several of the political suspects
are now wearing beards.
Sheriff Williams will return to
Hilo today by the Kinau.
Two line trotting horses were
brought on the Australia.
The Hawaiian Gazette is issued
Tuesdays and riaays.
An Englishman of experience in
business desires a situation. m
Paymaster W.J.Thompson, U.
S. N., arrived on the Austrlia.
Charles M. Cooke is home again
after a brief visit to San Francisco,
One pistol and fifty rounds of
ammunition were captured yester
day. The Australia will leave for San
Francisco on next Saturday at 4
Alfred W. Carter and William
A. Kinney have formed a copart
nership. The Misses Terry returned yes
terday after a lengthy visit to San
Company Is will meet this even
ing when an election of officers
will take place.
Charles J. Falk, the manager of
Wilder & Coa business in Mahu
kona, is in town.
Lucas Bros, have commenced
preparations for erecting the new
Y. M. C. A. gymnasium.
A special meeting of the Execu
tive and Advisory Councils will be
held at 1 :30 this afternoon.
A new lo't of Pearl oil has been
received by Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
They sell it at $1.80 case, delivered
J. A. Magoon has been appointed
receiver of the estate of the late
John O. Davis in place of A. P.
Several tourists- arrived yester
day. They will be conducted about
by Mr. Denbigh, who represents
Oook & Son.
John F. Bowler has been sen
tenced to serve five years in prison
and not one year, as stated in yes
James White returned yesterday.
He had been attending college and
was sent for to take charge of his
A. St. M. Mackintosh has been
appointed clerk in the Foreign
office in place of Lionel Hart, who
was recently dismissed.
At last accounts "Billy" Corn
well was playing "the races" in
San Francisco and did not have
time to return to Honolulu.
Hank Dobson, a mason, fell
from a scaffold yesterday while
working on the custom-house. His
injuries are painful but are not of
a serious nature.
MajorGeneral Dimond, of the
National Guard of California, has
resigned after a pervice covering
fifteen years. Mr. Dimond was
born in Honolulu.
Two of the Gaelic's Chinese have
passports in their possession that,
it is alleged, were obtained through
fraud. The men will probably be
returned to China.
The February number of the
Overland Monthly contains an in
teresting article on
Flowers of Hawaii."
Miis Grace C. K. Thompson.
Lewis fc Co. received a large sup
ply jof icehouse goods on the Aus
tralia. Among the delicacies are
fresh salmon and sole, fresh vege
tables, California game and fruit.
James Brown, Fred Wunden
berg, John Itadin, A. P. Peterson
and Charles Creighton, who were
lately released from prison, will all
leave for San Francisco on Satur
day. The cases against the twenty
one natives will likely close by
noon today. Junius Kaae and
wife will be called next. Cantain
iunneywill conduct the prosecuH
tion in these cases. I
H. M. Dow, chief clerk at police
headquarters, has disbursed $18 -608.50
for salaries to the Citizens'
uard, etc. This amount will be
considerably swelled before all the
CIaim3 shall have been liquidated.
A Suicide Story.
A report was circulated yester-
miUpHat a hil8 man had com
mitted ,uIC,de on Saturday night
Th r fUg ihU8e 011 Fort etrfet.
The police know nothing of the
matter and the w0(Da wL keeps
the bouse denies the etorv.
YALE HAWAIIAN CLUB.
The Boys Enjoy Themselves at an
The second annual banquet of
the Yale-Hawaiian Club took place
on the 17th ult. There were six
teen island boys present on the
occasion. E. Knudsen, from Har
vard University ; Alex, and Frank
Atherton, from Princeton and Earn
est Waterhouse, from Princeton ;
M. M. Gower, formerly of Hono
lulu, now in New Haven, and Hon.
Francis Wayland, Dean of the
Yale Law School, were all guests of
While the boys were dining a tel
egram from Minister Thurston was
read announcing the birth of his
child and the toast, "Kakina'a
Baby" was immedialy proposed.
The other toasts were :
Toastmaster, 6. E. Damon.
Republic of Hawaii.........
Hon. Francis Wayland
"Ua man ke ea o ka alna i ka pono."
Hawaii of the Past ........ M. M. Gower
"Should auld acquaintance be forgo t."
Hawaii at Harvard Eric Knudsen
I "It's a way we have at old Harvard."
president JJOie ..niram xuuguain, jr
"His life was gentle, and the elements
Bo mixed in him that nature might
And say to
the world, This was a
The Girls at Home ..C. M. Cooke, Jr
'To know them is a liberal education."
Princeton John Waterhouse
"The lady or the tiger?"
Hawaii of the Future-A. C. Alexander
"The best of prophets of the future is
LUAU LAST NIGHT.
Senior Captain Robert Parker Gives
the Police Force a Banquet.
The police force and a number
of visitors indulged in a general
feast last night in the District
Court room through the kindness
of Captain Robert Parker. About
eixly persons were present, and a
sumptuous repast, composed of na
tive delicacies, was enjoyed. Attorney-General
Marshal Brown, C. A. Brown,
Captain Kinney, A. M. Brown and
others were among the invited
guests. There was an abundance
of liquid refreshments, in quaffing
which Captain Parker received
many alohas, etc.
Masons Asked to do Something to
RivERHEAn (N. Y.,) Feb. 11.
Colonel William T. Seward, condem
ned to death in Hawaii, formerly
lived at Orient, IiO&g Island. He
waa very prominent in Eastern Long
It first became known today that
the ul fortunate Colonel Seward of
Hawaii is the same William T.
Seward who for many years had
charge of the extensive Long Beach
fish works. Colonel Seward came to
Orient many years ago from Hart
ford, Conn., to be employed at the
fish works as a chemist. The fish
works were sold ten years ago, and
Seward went to Port Royal, S. O.,
and engaged in the phosphate works.
That was not successful. From
there he went to San Francisco and
sailed for the Hawaiian Islands.
After leaving Orient, Mr Seward
met with little success. He finally
became dependent, his place was
sold and his family moved to Guil
ford, Conn., where they now reside.
Mr. Seward is 55 years old. He was
a member of the Masonic lodge at
Green port. He was a personal friend
of Senator Hawley of Connecticut.
He served in the union Army.
A letter was received today by
Secretary Green port of the Masonic
lodge from Airs. Seward, asking the
lodge to take some steps in behalf of
her unfortunate husband. This in
terested many of his friends on East
ern Long Island, and the letter nas
been sent today to Congressman
Covert and to David B. Hill, urging
them to interest themselves in the
On Ice ex S, S.
Fresh Salmon and Sole,
Celery Cauliflower, Horse Radish,
Ruta Baga, Turnips, Parsnips,
Red Cabbage, California Roll Butter,
Fiozen Oysters in tins,
TO MALES, Frankfurters,
California Hame, Ducks Quail, etc.,
Smoked Halmon,' Kancy Cheese,
-Apples, Lemons, Limes,
Mc, Etc., .htc., Ftc.
LEW18 & CO.,
3922-1 1 Fort Street.
Notice of Copartnership.
LFRED W. CAHTKR AND WIL-
liam A. Kinney have this day
entered into copartnership for the gene
ral practi'-e of law under the firm name
of Carter & Kinney
Honolulu, February 15th, 18&5.
S92Mw 16) 3t
BY AN ENGLISHMAN JUT AK
rive1, a situation in a general busi
ness, having 17 ye'n experience in
some of te leading London, est In
dies and .-uuth American house; will
accept any position from storemin to
manager Ag 31; g .od mldress; plenty
of pui-h and not afr id of work. Address
'). 1.," care of this pajer. 3921-St
bpeoial business items.
Apron Ginghams, twelve
yards for $1 ; Dress Ginghams ten and
eight yards for $1 ; Ladies' R. Jb R.
Sailors, black and white, for 50 cents
at N. S. Sachs', 520 Fort street.
tsar Van Dyke Collars are the
correct thing; Fancy Buckles are all
the style; Golden Draperies are new.
We are always op to the times, N. S.
Sachs', Fort street.
tTThc Singer has again arrived,
and If you wish to see him call at 11S
Bethel Street. We wish, to call
special attention to our exhibit of
Mr. E. A. He, a Crayon
Artist, with his headquarters at Wil
liams' studio, will be in Honolulu for
a short time only. Orders solicited
and satisfaction guaranteed.
SULf-Hawaiian Boat House,
Foot of Richards street,
Have tine pleasure boats of all des
criptions for rent hy the hour or day.
I i alls & Shaw.
vncn 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
Hawkins & Henry make es
timates on all classes of painting, wall
papering and upholstering. All work
guaranteed. King and Alakea streets.
EXNow and second-hand furni
ture, all kinds of second-hand books,
jewelry and diamonds bought and
sold. Contracts for painting.
HAWKrxs & Henry.
tST Beach Grove, Waiklki, near
Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic
Resort. Reserves for families, ladies
and children. Terms reasonable.
Chas. F. Warren, Manager.
gjj Patronize Ilaniwal Baths,
WaikikL Tramcars pass the door.
W. S. Bartlett, Proprietor.
EXJ' Por Bat gains in New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc, call at the I. X. I, corner of
Kuuanu and King streets.
Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Bugs, Bureaus, iChiffoniers, 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
Nuuanu and King streets.
EST" If yon want to sell ont
your Furniture In its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
rG. 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.
Edison's Kinetoscope !
lOR 10c YOU CAN BEE
vreatest marvel of science.
TO t AY "The Acrobatic Dog."
5C7"Subjects changed daily at llart
& Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours : 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 3907-tf
(Brown & McCsndless, Ewa.)
New mile-stone in Hawaiian progres
Destined to supplant the California
Quality euperlative. Weight un
varying. Each roll not less than 1 pound and
Price 90c. per Roll
7"For sale by
505 Fort Street.
39 l 3-1 m
Corner of King and Nuuanu streets.
X7"Telephone 805. 3907-tf
One-Undivided Twentieth Share
mioe anupuaaol uuisuis.ua, situate
uaa of IIONOKUA, situate
in ouuiu KLLNA, UAW All, containing
an area of 6578 ACRES and be in? Apana
9ofR. P. 6857, L. C. A. 7713. There
are 323 9-10 Acres to eTery 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
Hookena Landing. Price $S00. Title
perfect. Warranty deed, acknowledged
and stamped given to purchaser.
fciFor further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Honolulu, January 4, 1895.
E. VANDOORN & CO.,
Haiana, Uinila and Domestic Cigars
We also carry a full line of Tobaccos,
Pipes,' etc., etc.
ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
Step in on vour way to the cftr
iron ana get a cold drink and a good
No. 208 Fort St, Esplanade
4U1, for 3 Weeks
I -will sell
Press Goods, Sashes,
REGARDLESS OF COST!
320 Nuuanu street, next door to Geo.
Mclntyre Grocery. 309lw
Store and Cellar
No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly
occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works.
Benson, Smith & Co.
FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF
fice and living rooms adjoining at the
corner of Punchbowl and Bereta-
nia streets. The premises formerly
occupied by Br. Foote and lately by Dr.
Atcherlys . The premises consist of Wait
ing Room, Laboratory, Operating Room,
Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc.
Ci-Posse B8 ion given December 1st,
1894. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
3852-tf Office, next Postoffice.
SEALED TENDERS FOR PRINT
iug and Binding the Ninth Volume
of Hawaiian Reports in book form cor
responding in type, size and appearance
with the previous volumes.
The tender for printing to be at a
fixed rate per page of the printed matter.
The. edition will be 500 copies, to be
folded, stitched, bound and lettered in
similar manner as the previous vo nmes.
The bids for printing and binding may
either be combined or separate.' The
work to be delivered in four months from
the time the tender is accepted.
Bidders to submit - a sample page and
to state the weight of paper proposed to
be used. Address t nders to the Clerk
of the Judiciary Department on or before
the 24th inst., at 12 o'clock noon.
As the work progresses proof sheets
are to be sent to the proof reader of the
Supreme Court for correction.
The Court does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Judiciary Building, February 13, 1895.
S. M3HIMURA -
FANCY GOODS !
NEW GOODS EVERY STEAMER
P. O. Box 277. Telephone 317.
Foster Block, Nuuanu Street.
MR. G. E. BOARDMAN IS Au
thorized to collect all accounts
for William Bros.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER FOR
eale cheap on one of the other islands.
A good investment for a pa ty willing to
woru. Aaures8 "Da irv," thia office.
Stolen or Strayed.
COLLIE DOG; BLACK
and Tan, with white on
fcreast. Answers to the
name of "Wag." Reward if returned to
Syl8-3t . k. I. LILLIE.
c. & c.
Has gained the con
fidence of all con
Prices below any
other No. i Stand
ard Flour in market.
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Practical -:- Watchmaker
PORT STBEXT, - - HONOLULU, H. I.
IMPORTER AND DEALER
WATCHES AND CLOCKS !
Repairing of fine Watches a
CT'Giye me a call before buying.
Notice to Stockholders.
WAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
the stockholders of the Wailukn
Sugar Company that they are required
to present their Certificates of 8tock to
the Treasurer of the Company at the
office of C. Brewer & Co , Limited, in
Honolulu. IMMEDIATELY, in order
that same may be exchanged for new
Certificates to be issued under the in
creased Capital Stock of the Company.
GEO. H. ROBERTSON,
Treasurer, Wailukn Sugar Company.
Honolulu, February 11th, 1895.
MASONIC TEMPLE, ALAKEA
Wish to call your special attention to,
their excellent stock of
Bamboo Ware !
and wish to call your attention to their
exceedingly low prices on a few of their
Chinese Hats on stands as work has
kets 75 cents and up ; Writing Desks with
or without mirrors $10 and up ; Music
Racks $&50; Fern Brands $1 and up;
Everything and anything in Uamboo
Don't fail to patronize us and
TF YOU WAST A M0T1 VE POWER, I
jl orner a keoan vapor or Pacific
Gas Enoesk; they are the best, safest
and simplest in th world.
, , r- . , , . , Sole Ag?nt.
tE7end for catalchrwe'i. Honolulu,
H I- 36S8-tf
The Hawaiian Gazette Company
manufacture rubber stamps of all
H. G. BIART,
Formerly with Wenner & Co.l
Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker,
515 FORT 8TRKET,
and Diamond Setting
SPOONS at ery low
the number 15
Fort ISTear Hotel Street.
CHAS. J. MCCARTHY, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Gccfs
ALWAY8 ON HAND.
Try the Great Appetizer THE BROW1HE
COCKTAIL, a specialty with thia
DEPOT OF THE
FAMOUS WIELAND LAGER BUR
FOE -:- SALE !
On the Island of Hc!ai.
Said Land contains an acreage of about
1200 acres, 200 of which is the bsst cofee
land, and the balance is grasisz and
A good House and a fine well of sweet
water included in the above.
CO-Enquire of .
E. G. Hitchcock,
At Marshal's Office, Honolulu.
. SS83-3m -. ;
CENTEAL MAEKET !
N"crrjArrj ; street.
First-class Market in every respact ; be
sides carrying a fall line of Heata,
we make a specialty of
Pretaed Ooy& S3t.
WSTBR00K 6 GARE3,
E TME JUTTEI!
Sydney Creamery !
FOR SALE BY
NEW GROCERY STORE
322 NUUANU STREET,
Between Hotel and King Streets.
American and English Groceries.
Fresh Canned California Fruits,
Provisions of all kinds.
Cs!7New Goods received by every
steamer from the Coast and Europe.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Purchases de
livered to all parts of the city.
GEO. McIN TYKE
AT WAIKIKI ON CAR LINE,
and on Pa LAMA BOAD near
Fertilizing Plant. Thesa Lets are
very cheap and will be sold cn easy
terms. Desirable AOIE TRACTS near
the city and. other properties, for sale.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
503 Fort Street, near King.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form my friends and the public that
I am still in the Tinsmith and Plumbing
business. That lam now offering for
cash regular size 2x6 feet, Zinc Lined
Hath Tubs, with Plug, 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 ; 5K
40c. a lfingth; 5 in., 35c a length.
EZJ-All kinds of Jobbing promptly
ICCPRing up Telephone 844 and your
orders will receive prompt attention at
lowest pricps. JA8. NOTT. Jr.
WING WO TAI & CO..
OAVE RECEIVEH EX BARK LISA