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THE VAU1FIC COMMERCIAL, ADVKRTJSEK: llO'tLl.rL
MARCH 14, 1895 LOCAL CKEVITIES. The Councils will meet again to day at 2. J. II. Guy, the Hotel f-titct grcccr, is Eeriouely ill. A. B. Lindray, .the Ilonokaa merchant, is in the city. About seventy rebel xrisonera were photographed yesterday. TheOahu Jail is being renovated .ind painted afresh throughout. Lota of trail this afternoon if the Mariposa makes her usual time. . Loui3 Adler advertises a cottage to let after March 31 at at a mod-t-rate rent. The Hawaiian band will play at the Hotel tonight if the Mariposa is in port. F. M. Swanzy returned from Ha waii yesterday by the steamer Waialeale. S. Takemura, the Japanese im porter, changes his advertisement in this issue. Curtis Iaukea and Judge Whit ing vibited the Philadelphia yes terday morning. .Sich, tho dry goods man, ap pears to.be having a run on curseta about this time. Superintendent Bro'.vn of the water works asks consumers not to waste any water. Three Chinese re arrested lat night charged with the unlawful possession of opium. Old residents claim that little or no rain can be hoped for with the prevailing northerly gales. V. V. Ashford wa3 allowed to transact some business yesterday under the escort of a policeman. Henry Gorman, ealesman for M. S. Grinbaum it Co. returned yes terday from a trip to the garden isle. The Central Union Church so cial, which was to have taken place tonight, has been postponed for a week. The new tennis court is rapidly assuming shape. Water has been laid on the grounds and is being freely used. Attorney-General Smith expects to visit Maui next week on Gov ernment bueiness. lie will b9 ab sent eeveral days. Hackfeld & Co. have for sale two miles and a half of Fowler's patent portable track, just received by the ship II. If. Uade. There will be a meeting of Squad No. 6 of the Citizens' Guard this evening: at the American League hall. Officers are to be elected. Fear3 are expressed of another dry eumruer. Water is already getting scarce, something very uu- usual at this eeason of the year. The glass, china and silverware and other articles left over from the Fale at tho Bishop prepaises will be on view today frouiD to 3. A. L. Morrie, coramieeion mer chant, and Frank Allen, boatman, both Americans took the oath of allegiance yesterday. Lewis J. Levey will hold his la6t auction fale in Honolulu this morning as he leaves for Sydney by the Mariposa, accompanied by his wife. Superintendent Brown has a no tice in this issue concerning the hours of irrigation, which at pres ent are fixed from 7 to 8 a. m. and from 5 to 6 p. m. Captain Shorey of the whaler Qavhead publishes a card of thanks to those who rendered valu able assistance in extinguishing the recent fire on his ship. The American Minister and Mrs. Willis nave issued invitations to a reception civen to the Admiral and officers of the Philadelphia this afternoon from 4 to 6. In the list of Honolulu's Chinese papers, given in- a recent article, the Chinese Times was omitted. This is a flourishing weekly publi cation, edited by C. Yakuam. James F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of the steam launch "Annie," belong ng to the estate of the late Dr. Trousseau, at Brewer g wharf thiri morning at 10 o'clock. The officers attributed to the Chinese Y. M C. A. in yesterday's ispue were elected by the Chinese Youth Christian Association, nn organization distinct from the Y. M. C. A. In the matter of the bankruptcy of Mtkat8ukasa et al , bankrupt?, C Boite has filed his accounts and petition for discharge. The hear ing has been ett for March 27th, before Judge Cooper. Lewis J. Levey will tell at his auction rooms at 10 o'clock this morning thirteen barrels of hard bread and a niie-cellaueous assort ment of groceriep, drygoods, houie hold furniture and chickens. NINC SENTENCES. No Mora Military Prisoners Anxi ous to Knew Their Fate. The last of the pric0:ier3 con victed of treason by the Military Commission were senttuced 'es terday. Their names were J. Kama, Kakalahiwa, Kaneuu, D. Keaunui, Kalomono, Pehu, Kea mupohaku, Kamaka and Aikike, and each of them was sentenced to five years imprisonment with hard labor, the fine of $5000 beiug re mitted as in other similar cases. Kama and Kahalahirca pleaded not guilty before the Court while the others pleaded guilty. In con sideration of the fact that the two former bad testified in other cases in behalf of the Government the sentences were all made alike. This closes the list of the convic tions before the Military Court and the last prisoner has been sen tenced. Will Not Leave. The Advertisek is requested to state that Mrs. Admiral Beardelee and Mir3 Delgardo will not leave by the Australia of the 20th inst. Although their cabins were booked at the (iflice of the company for that date, their plans have been sine altered. They will leave, however, on tho Australia's succeeding trip, on or about April I3th. Meeting Notice. 'JMIFKE WILL RE A MEETING OF hquad .No. 6 of the Citizen's fiuard at the Ameiicaii League Hill THIS EVfcNIXU, ir election of officer. 39 12-1 t Cottage to .Let cr.f A FT' 11 .MARCH 31st, CONTAIN'- in-; 'J J'e'l'i om, I'arlor Bith, Kic''en and Pantry. Rem moderate. Apply to L. ADLMt. :-'Jl.'-2w No" 1 ! Nii'iaau street. FOlt MIL1Z3 OF Fowler's Patent Portable Track 30 INCH GUAGF., j Jnst arrived by the Hark II. P. il in quantities 10 suit S7""Apply to H. HACKt'ELD & CO. 3342 lw 1 637-3 w Card of Tlianks. TJMIE UNDERSIGNED WIQHFS TO 5 express his sincere gra'i'udo to hi n any fii-nds and efjieciaily to I. A.King, Minister of ihe Interior, Cp'ain Fuller, Cap' am K ce, M.N Handera, Lieut nant Werlich of the Philadelphia Pilo'R Alo-C-u'ey. t?hepirJ a.d I orenz-n, Mr. . Gilfill n ail Mr. Thos. Krouse, for the valuable anHs'ance tendered him in x- tinnit-hiii the tiro in the whaler ''day- ueo-ana ioi .an uvorncj. 39-1 2-1 1 Master Ca-k (.iayt.ead. Lost. T)0STAL SAVINGS BANC BOOK JL 6 o947. Finder pjease return to this ffiire. :941 2t Notice. DUAFT NO. 29, FOR $5H, DRAWN bv Jamps liny WodelMuseon Theo. H. Davi & Co., Limited, having been lot, payment ptopned 34-lt. THEO. II DAVIECO..L'D. Notice. 4 LLPKKBi8 II A VINO WIELAND i"V BeerKek8in their poBesfion will oblif the under igned by information in regard to earn c j. McCarthy, Do You Want Your Teeth A 8ET OF FALCE TEETH HAS been funnd on Young street. Own er can have tame h ra licg at th;s office. 33o-i f For Sale. i LD1IRER DRAV FOR flAT.F V cheap. Can be been at T. B. Mur ray 's shop, King s ret. ROflMS AND ROAHD C N BE HAD in p'ivate family. Call at Ho. 12 Kmma eirtet. 3J3Vti Annual 3feeting. T HK AKKCAL MINTING OF THE MocknoMt-rs oi the Hawaiian G&aeU-e Conn-any, Limited for the p-Tpe of el-tin2 ottci-rs for the ensuing year will dh held t the office of W. U. Ca t, SATUK'iiY, .Marck 16, at 2 o'eio. W. K. BROWN, SPECIAL BUSIKF.SF ITUTS. XITavp You Seen the Corsets Sachs is selling for 51 a pair ? They aro a bargain. ZX7Fnrnislud Rooms for rent by the day, week, or month at the Sailors' Home. Mrs. R. I. Green. 2."J" Apron Ginghams, twelve yards for $1 ; Dress Ginghams ten and eight yards forfl; Ladies' R. & R. Sailors, black and white, for 60 cents at N. 8. Sachs', 620 Fort street. JCST77ie Singer has again arrive!, and if you wish to see him call at 113 Bethel. Street. We wish to call special attention to our exhibit of embroidery work. B. Beroesen. ZST Hawaiian Boat Douse, Foot of Richard-, street, Have tine pleasure boats of all des criptions for rent by the hour or day. Balls & Shaw. When you wish to discontinue housekeeping 1ft Hawkins 5s Henry bid on your fumit : in its entirety. It will avoid incoii . enience of selling in pieces or sale. King and Alakea streets. gCilawkins & Henry make es timates on all classes of painting, wall papering and upholstering. All work guaranteed. King and Alakea streets. jCHNaiv and second-hand furni ture, all kinds of second-hand books, jewelry and diamonds bought and sold. Contracts for paintiug. Hawkins & Henry. tST Beach Grove, Waikiki, near Bishop's Switch B:ithiug and Picnic Resort. Reserves for families, ladies and children. Term9 reasonable. Cjias. F. Warren, Manager. gjS7 Patronize Ilaniwai Baths, Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door. W. S. Baktlett, Proprietor. 7" For Bat gains In New and flecond-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow- tttit -.u.t tt " " " . etc., can at me x. -i.. u., corner Nuuanu and King Btreeta. C7 Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, fee Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Loungeo, 8ofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, 8ewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat 8afes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at tho I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. ZjZj If you want to sell out your Ftirniture In ft entirety, call at the I. X. L. tTG. R. TTarrlscn, 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 qruaran- teel to b the same as done In factory. Edison's Kinetoscope ! T70R 10c. YOU CAN BEE THE 1 reast marvpl of science. TO"A Y "The Blacksmith' Kceno " fXSnhjectfl changed dailv at Hart & tJompanva. Hotl street. Exhibition honn: 9 a. v. to 9 p m. 3007-tf Ship-Owners, Attention ! T'HE MO-T FAVORABLE TERMS a. are now oa-rHa for insurance on Dep Water Wfelf by the Firem Fcnd 1ncranck Company or Ham Fkan- CiBCo. For particulr, applv to JOHN 11. PAT Y, S8Wtf eftnt. To Let. A VERY CONVENIENT new Cottage, with all modern improvement. on Kina street. one block trom the car li -e. Servant's Room, Harn and 'table on premises. For particnlars, apply to N. R. SACHS, 313-tf 520 F.rt street. G. E. SMITHIES, Accountant, Collector and Copyist. Ornci: Wih C. D. Chape, Ra'e Dec eit Buildinp. Telephone 18 . The collection of Government Bills a spcia tv. 393' 6m Firewood for Sale. CUT AND SPLiT ALGEROBA Firvwocd in quantiriee to tuit, at 1'A per c rd, deiiverini to any part of the eiy limiifl, free of chargB. Apply at yard of California Feed warvhotvse. next to O. K. a L. Cow depot. Telep-ione Jack, khe, S5Xia-3m ProrioWr. If Von Want ! Situation cf any kini. Help of any kind, Xotary Public's services, Deeds, Mottgae& or Leases drawn up ; If You Havel House for Sale or Rent, Rooms to Let, CALL ON C. 3D. CHASE, Safe Deposit Building, 405 FORT STREET. XCTTelephone 184 . 3931-y FOR BENT 1 City nouses. Large and small, acd in con venient locations. Seaside Houses, Furnished or unfarnisf.5 . rcarl Harbor Houses, At special rates, furbished or unfurnished. A Hotel On Nauanu Avenue with every convenience. Waikiki Beach Lots On long lease, in desirable locality. sInformat;on gladly fnrnished and houses opened for inspect on at any time. Henry Waterhouse, S929 tf QUEEN STRFET. Land and Houses FOR SAIiE ! These Premises Situated st Panoa near the- Tauoa Bridge, containing an area of about ACRES, 1 1 With ull iixf JBXJIXjDINGS THERKON. All are in jrooI condition, with a well fixed pond aljoinin?; there are lots of f hade trees on the premi es; it is one of the best lorationa in town a'id former lv known as the opfergelt premises. LT'e 18 reasonable. fifTitle perfect. XT-For further particnlars, apply to I LtAV CuoKO, at VVing w0 Tai & Uo. .or to WILLIAM C. ACHI. Comer Bethel and Kin streets. Honolulu, tebruary 15th, 1895. S920-tf To Let. THAT- ELEGANT RESr tlence at the head of Victorii .n. treet and Thir-tn Aveune, South Punchhov Hill and known as "Diana Lodire," partly furnishpi and laiely occupied by E. VVoltr. The pre mises can be in9rec-ed dailv. A more elegant r 6idtnc and finer location for health ran- ot be found in the nty. The house is new and has all the conveniences neces-arv. u8ide build ing consists of Servants' Quarters Car- riai:e House. Two tll Stables, and reed Koorn. Bath Koom, lool Kooru and Chirkn HU8, etc C7"Applv to MAN O THE 3936 tf PBEMISES. Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 2.i Nnuanu street, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Wcrks. C?"Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf . GOO KEM, 411 Knusnu Street, IMPORTER AKD DEALER IM Eoropeaa and Chinese Dry and FANCY GOODS. By the latest vpssel. we received a fall and complete lin of l-adi e' T immed at)d Untrimmed Ha's, Gent-' Furni'hing and Cloth-, con-isiing of the latest pat terns and designs. Ca'lon me for your fine clothe p, etc. OBest Black and Green' Chinese Teas in quantities to Fuit. 3Q35-T GOO KFM. Proprietor. Notice. 'I H R ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Cornpnv (Limird), will be held a tho office of ih Com pany, on TUESDAY, March 19lh, 1895, at 10 o clock A. M W. H. McLKAN, S934-td e rrtary. To Kent or Lease. C EAGLE HOUSE WITH OR feilij without Cottages; farni.-hed or unfurnished Will give a IvaEe. Apnlr to T. E KKU-E. 20i5-2v Arlii gton Hoel. The Daily Advertiser 75 ents a month. C. & C. FLOUR. Has gained the con fidence of all con sumers. Prices below any other No. i Stand ard Flour in market, WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Tlieo. BL Davies & Co., SOLE AGENTS. SS3S-tf A NEW LOT OF PEAEL OIL HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY Castle & Cooke, Limited. tLsJ" Government tepls ehowthat there is no better quality of Oil i -? this maket. JYe guarantee it in every respect. f5"PEARI. OIL DELIVERED TO A. 1 PAKl OF THE CITY at $1.80 ver case C. O. D. I 'nofln At I'nArfl I . I 3322-tf Comiiiercial Saloon, Corner Nauanu and Beretania Streets. T. KEVEN, - Manager. COOIi FEESH 33EER ON DRAUGHT A5D IDE STANDARD BRAKDS OP BOTTLED BEER. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AKD FRENCH LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. CCTThe only Bp.rtinz Honse in town. 3931-y E. VANDOORN & CO., DEALERS IN Havana, Minila and Domestic Cigirs We also carry a fall line ot 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. No. 208 .Fort St., Esplanade 3877-y Kead This ! IF YOU WANT A MOTIVE POWER, order a Reoan Vapor or Pacific Ga Ekodvz; they are the beet, eafeet and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole Agont. X7" Send tor catalogues. Honolulu, H. L. 3688-tf Notice. M R. G. E. BOARDMAN IS Au thorized to collect all accounts for William Bros. ED. A. WILLIAMS, 3831-tf Manager. a nsw mwm Real Estate, Collection, Insurance, Commissions. I am now prepared to do all kinds of business which may be entrusted to me, and I shall be pleased to act as an Agent for anyone desiring a representative in Honolulu. All communications and business will be confidential and will re ceive my prompt and careful attention. Henrv Waterhouse. SltttMf QUEEN 8TR E r T OFFICE. H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner A Co. Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker 515 fort yxiziEtrry Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY. SOUVENIR SPOONS at very low prices. tXT" Don't forget Forr street. the nnmbf-r 515 3863-y CBITERION SALOON Fort, Near Hotel CHA8. j. McCarthy, Street. Manager. Popular Brands of Straight Goods ALWAYS ON HAND. Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWNIE COCKTAIL, a epecialty with this resort. DEPOT OF THE FAMOUS WIBLAND LAGER BEER 3853-y CENTRAL MARKET! N"TJT7ANT7 8TKEKT. First-class Market in every respect ; be sides carrying a full line of Meat, we make a Epecialty of Svalcfast Sausasen, TIead Clieese, Pressed Con H t WESTBR00K & GARES. 3437-q Propeiktor. JAPANESE STORE, S. KISHIMUEA - - Proprietor. FANCY GOODS ! Provision Merchants. NEW GOODS EVERY STEAMER. P. O. Box 277. Telephone 317. Foster Block, Nuuanu Street. 3921-y NEW GROCERY STORE 332 NUUANU -STREET, Between Hotel and Kinc Streets. American and English Groceries. Fresh Canned California Fruits, Provisions of all kinds. CF"Nftw Goods received hy every steamer from the Coast and Europe. Satisfaction guaranteed. Purchases de livered to all parts cf the city. TELEPHONE 1004 GEO . McINTYKE Building Lots. AT VAIKIKI ON CAR LINK Vr and on PA LAMA ROAD nea Fertilizing Plant. These Lota gn very cheap and will be Fold on easy term. Desirable ACRE TRACTS naar the city and other properties for sale. BRHCK WAKING & CO., 603 Fort Street, near King. ?87-3m ATTENTION ! I WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN forrn my friends and the public that I ara still in the Tinsmith and Plumbing business That I am now offering for cash regular size 2i6 feet, Zii c Lined Path Tubs with Plug, Chain and small piece of pipe ready for connection for only $10 eai-h. also Stone Pipe at bed rock prices: 6 in.. 45c. a length ; b in., 40c a length ; 5 in . , 35c a length. 7" All kinds of Jobbing promptly at'en)-d to. CCPRing up Telephone 844 and your orders will receive prompt attention at lowppt prices. JAM NTT. Jr. WING WO TAI & CO.. HAVE RECEIVED IX BARE. LXNA A LaRGR -J NVO I O OF KATTAN CHAIRS ! AVD L.O U N G ES The Hawaiuln Gazette Compaott j mannfartnre rubber etamps.