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'Villi COMMERCIAL, APVKKTJSEIf: HoyuLUL!, MAHCII 15, i8J5 LOCAL BREVITIES. Mu?ica!o nisbt. ;it I'us:ahou Col leg; to- The native edition of Ka Leo has been resumed. The Councils will meet again at '2 o'clock this afternoon. The Mariposa had not. been lighted at 2 o'clock this morning. The major portion of the cargo of the Independent consists of eaki. Charlea Kreuter will render a new eolo at tonight's band concert. Bishop Gulstan will leave for Europe about the latter part of April. The agency for Hood's Sarsapa rilla ie with the Hobron Drug Com pany. Sixteen Chinese gamblers vvers corralled by the police department-. last night. Two native political prisoners were released from custody yester day afternoon. The nevr water pipes have been laid out on King street to the vi cinity of the rtform school. K. Furuya, of Robinson block, Hotel street, calls particular atten tion to bargains in straw hats. The names of the cabin passen gers who arrived on the Indepen dent are S. Matamura and T. Kishi. The Hawaiian hand will give a concert at the hotel this evening, commencing at 7:30, whether the steamer is in or not. The present band of the Phila delphia numbers sixteen perform ers, an increase of three or four 6ince the last time the vessel was here. Lewis J. Levey advertises a spe cial sale of six Norman brood inarr s and one gelding on Saturday, at noon, in the rear of J. I. Doweett's office. The Hawaiian Electric Company have in conttmplation the addi tion of an ice-making plant and cold storage chambers to their in stitution. The steam launch Annie, belong ing to the late Dr. Trousseau;' brought $600 at auction yesterday. It was bid in by the Fertilizing Company. The sale of the Holomua Com- pany'u plant is again advertiped to take place at auction on March 29th. James F. Morgan will con duct the sale. H. W. Schmidt & Sons have re ceived a consignment of the cele brated A. B. C. Bohemian beer, from the American Brewing Com- pany, St. Louis. Theo. II. Davies & Co. give no tice to consignees to remove freight ex ship Independent as eoon as landed on the new wharf at the foot of Nuuauu etreet. At 10. o'clock this morning Auc tioneer Morgan will diepo6e of the china, glass and silverware, bric-a-brac, island mats and other arti cles remaining in the residence of Hon. C. R. Bishop. There will be the usual French dinner at the Hawaiian hotel on Saturday evening. The Quintette Club will furnish music during the dining hours and later for dancing in the lanai and parlors. ADJUDGED INSANE. Proposition to Build a Toboggan Slide Down the Pali. On the testimony of Henry Evans, Gus Hammer and Dr. Charles B. Cooper, Robert Robin eon was yesterday committed to the insane asylum. According to testimony of the witnesses Robin son'g peculiar mania consists in the belitf that Consul-General Mills was to furnish him $10,000 capital to build a toboggan elide down the Pah. He also had a habit of ringing up President Dole and other prominent officials on imaginary telephones and talking with them on the proposed enter prise. Uis mania was caused by excessive use of stimulants and opium. Chinese Superstition. While the steamer Independent was eteaming slowly into port yes terday, the cool morning air was disturbed by the constant report of Sre-crackers both big aud little. In Eome mysterious manner the news spread like wild-fire among the Chinamen of the city that a large number of Japanese were being brought to Hono u'u. At Waikiki, Palaina, Nuuanu, Manoa and even in the heart of the ciry, great bunches of fire crackers were wasted in an fffort to keep off thn evil spirits that, to a Chinaman's mind, hover continually around the heads of the Japanese, aud -csp cia'Iy thoe who have newly .arrived. CEPTION. Naval Officers Pay Their Respects to the U. S. Representative. Nearly all the officers of the flag ship Philadelphia, from the com mander down to the newest cadet, attended the reception tendered to Admiral Beardslee by the Ameri can Minister yesterday afternoon, and hackmen were kept busy in transporting gorgeously uniformed passengers from the landing place to the American Legation on King etreet. The Philadelphia's band was stationed in the grounds and furnished delightful music during the two hours the reception lasted. A large number of the elite of the city were also in attendance to do honor to the Admiral of the North Pacific Squadron. The reception was a success in every respect. ' A Victim of the Explosion. i The old native who was injured by the explosion at Moiliili, and taken to the Queen's Hospital soon afterward, died at that institution late on Wednesday night. There is no doubt that the old man's death resulted from fright caused by the shock, as the police officials state that he was in such a bad condi tion when they took him to the station that he frtquently asked them to stop the hack on the road in for a few minutes until he could recover himself. When he was ex amined by the marshal that officer saw the condition of the man at once and ordered him sent to the hospital. Japanese rhotographs. King Bros, have on exhibition at . . . . . tueir store on Hotel street an ele- gant display of Japanese photo- graph?, portraying various scenes of the war. In addition to repro ductions of actual fighting, there are photographs of hospital, ambu lance corps and Ilrd Cross Society scenes, which vividly recall the actual horror of war apart from the battlefields. As works of art these photographs compnre favor ably with any produced in other portions of the world. Notice to Consignees. Goods ex S S. Independent Must be taken away as soon as possible after docking at tie new wharf, foot of Nuuanu street Tteo. H. Daxies & Co. S943-3t Bohemian Beer KKOM THS innricHi Brewing Conrnnv, U. Lcuis For sa!o by II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS FOtt SlLE ! 9 1-3 MILES OF Fowler's Patent Portable Track 30 INCH GCAGE, JnBt arrived by the Dark II. F.Gtade, in quantities to eait tSiApply fo H. HACKfELD & CO. 342-lw 1637-3W Cottage to i.et m : AFrFR MARCH 3Ibt, CONTAIN ing 2 BetiM-oms, Parlor Bth, Kitchen and Pantry. Ren' moderate Apply to L. ADL-.K, fa91-'-2w No. 13 Nauanu etreet. Notice. ALL PERSONS HAVING WIELAND Beer Kei sin their possession will obliifH trie under igned by iuformation in regard to eam c J. McCarthy, Do You Want Your Teeth 4 SET OK FALE TEETH II A 9 V bfen found on Young eirM-t. Own er can Lave tame h ca ling at th e office. 33-1 f rOOMS AND fcOAHD C N BE HAD IX in p'ivate family. Call at No. 12 Emma a r et. 3935-lw The Hawaii as Gazette Comtajty mannfaatnre rubber stamDe of all description. THE MINISTER'S SPECIAL BUSINESS ZTBSIfi. xyiJave You Seen the Corsets Sachs la selling for $1 a pair ? They are a bargain. 2" Furnished Rooms for rent by the day, week, or month at the Sailors' Home. Mrs. It. I. Green. Apron Ginghams, twelve yards for $ 1 ; Dress Ginghams ten and eight yards for $1 ; Ladies' R. & R. Sailors, black and white, for 50 cents at N. 8. Sachs", 520 Fort street. tSFThe Singer has again arrived, 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. Berqesen. Hawaiian Boat Honse, Foot of Ricbard3 street, Have line pleasure boats of all des criptions for rent by the hour or day. Balls & 8 haw. When you wish to discontinue housekeeping let Hawkins & Henry bid on your furnit;no in its entirety. It will. avoid incon.enience of selling in pieces or sale. King and Alakea streets. II a wk in 8 cfr Henry make es timates on all classes of painting, wall paperlDg and upholstering. All work guaranteed. King and Alakea streets. if7New and second-hand furni- ture, all kinds of second-hand books, jewelry and diamonds bought and eold. Contracts for painting. Hawkins & Henry. tST Beach Grove, Waikiki, near Bishop's Switch Bathing aud Picnic Resort. Reserves for families, ladies aud children. Terms reasonable. Chas. F. Warren, Manager. Patronize Ilaniwai Baths, "Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door. W. S. Bartxett, Proprietor. SJCT" For Bargains In New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wiener Clialrs, warden Hose, etc, call at the I. X. H, corner of Nauanu and King streets. fX" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Tee Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, 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. , corner of Nuuanu and King streets. If you want to sell out your Fttrntture In Its entirety, call at the I. X. L. t5G. li. nar risen, 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 b the name as done In factory. Edison's Kinetoscope ! F OR 10c. YOU CAN SEE THE reatpst marvp of pcince. TOTA Y--"The Blacksmith' Kcene " X Snbjpct changed dailv at Hart Alkimpanv a. Hotel BtreeU Exhibition bonr: 9 a. m. to 9 p m. S907-tf Ship-owners, Attention ! THE MOT FAVORABLE TERMS . are now o 9V red for i&enrance on iWp Water WppIs by the Fibexin's rcND Jnscrasck Company op Kan Fran Cisco. For particular, applv to JOHN H.'PATY, 3639 tf eent To Let. A VERY CONVENIENT new Cottage, with all modern improvement. on Kinu etret. one block from the car line. Servant's Room, Barn and 'table on premises. For particulars, apply to N. R. SACHS, S913tf 520 Fort treet. G. E. SMITHIES, Accountant, Collector and Copyist. OncB: Wih C. D. Chafe, Ra'e Depo sit BuildiDg. Telephone 181. Th collection of Government Bills a eppcia tv. 393' 6m Firewood for Sale. CUT AND SPLIT ALGEROBA Fire woe d in quantities to suit, at $12 per c rrf, delivered to any part of the city limits, free of charge. Apply at yard of California Feed warehouse, next to O. K.dL. Co. depot. Telephone 19o. JACK KEE, 2938tii Proprietor. OJt' f If You Want ! Situation of any kind. Help of any kind, Notary Public's sei vices, Deeds, Slottgages or Leases drawn up ; If You Have! Donee for Sale or Rent, Rooms to Let, CALL ON C D. CHASE, Safe Deposit Building, 403 FORT STREET. telephone 1S4. 3931-y FOR RENT! City Houses, Large and small, acd in con venient locations. Seaside Houses, . Furnished or unf Ornish? L Pearl Harbor Houses, At special rates, furnished or untarnished. A Hotel On Nuuanu Avenue with every convenience. Waikiki Beach Lots Un long lease, in desirable locality. sjy-Information crladlv fnrnished am! houses opened for int-pect on at any time. Henry Waterhouse, 3929 tf - QUEEN STRFET. Land and Houses FOR SALE ! These Premises Situated at Panoa near the Pauoa Bridge, containing an area of about li ACRES, With all th. UTJIUUIICGS THEREON. All are in pood condition, with a vrell fixed pond adjoining; there are lots of shade trees on the premises; it is one of the best locations in town and formerly known aa the opiergelt premises. jECPrice is reasonable. jGT"Title perfect. gjCT" For further particulars, apply to Lau Cuong, at Wing Wo Tai & Co., or to WILLIAM C. ACHI. Corner Bethel and Kim? streets. Honolulu, February 15thf 1895. 3920-tf To Let. THAT ELEGANT REST dence at the head of Victoria ftreet and Th irtm Avenue, 5:;; South Funchhow Hill' and known as "Diana Lodne," partly furnished and lately occupied by E. Wolter. The pre mises can be inspected daily. A more levant r sidence and finer location for health cannot be found in the nty. The house 19 new and has all the conveniences necessary. Outside b iild ing consists of Servants' Quarters Car riage House, Two Mall tables, and Feed Room, Bath Room. Tool Koom and thicken House, etc, etc. CCAppIv to MAN O THE PREMISES. 3936 tf Store and Cellar I . KT, No. 23 Nnuanu Ptreet, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. SApply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf GOO IvIJVT, 411 Kuuaiiu Street, IMPORTER AND DKALER European and Chinese Dry and FANCY GOODS. By the latest vessel, we received a full and complete lin of Iadi s' Timmed and Untrimmed Ha's, Gent' Fumihine and Cloth-, consisting of the latest pat terns and designs. Ca'ion me for your fine clothpp, etc. JCBe8t Black and ireen Chinese Teas in quantities to 6uit. 335-y GOO Kf.M, Proprietor. Notice. 'THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of ihe Inter-Island Steam Navigation Cora pan v (Limited), will beheld at the office of the Com pany, on TUESDAY, March 19th, 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m. W. H. MCLEAN. 3934-td Secretary. To Kent or JLease. H EAGLE HOUSE WITH OR without Cottages; furnicbed or unfurnished. Will give a lease. Apolr to T. E KKuUE, 39 35-2 w Arlir gton flnel. The Daily Advertiser 75 eenls a month. MlL iiiit T ill! I I 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. H. Davies & Co., SOLE AGENTS. SS33-tf A NEW LOT OF PEAEL OIL HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY Castle & Cooke, Limited. Government tests show that there i3 LO better quality of Oil in this maiket. !7"We guarantee it in every respect. IWPEARL OIL DELIVERED TO A.s x PAKl OF THE CITY at $1.80 ter case C. O. D. Castle & Cooke, L'd. 3922-tf Commercial Saloon, Corner Nauanu and Beretania Streets. T. KEVEN, - Manaser. COOJJ FKESH JBEEH I ON DB AUGHT AND IITE STANDARD BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AND FRENCH LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. xue oniy spjrtm&r xxouse in town. 3931-y E. VANDOORN & CO., -DEALERS IN Harana, Ihnik ani Domestic Cigirs We also carry a foil line oi Tobaccos, npes, etc., etc. ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY. tJStep in on your wav to the cltv front and get a cold drink and a good cigar. No. onR TTnrf Rf rCn1n0 . . jimmuu 3877-y Read This ! IF YOU WANT A MOTIVE POWER, order a Rbgah Vapob or PAcrric Gas EjeGtsns; they are the best, safest and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole Agont. LrS Send for catalogues. Honolulu, S3E3- . 1. Notice. MR. G. E. BOARDMAN 18 Au thorized to collect all accounts for W'illiam Bros. ED. A. WILLIAMS, SS91-U Manager. 1 1W ffl'EIlflilSE ! 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. Henry Waterhouse, 3929-tf QUEEN STREET OFFICE. H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner A Co.l Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, 51G FORT STREET, Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY. SOUVENIR SPOONS at very low prices. Don't forget Fort street. the number 515 386-y CBITEBI0N SALOON Fort, Near Hotel Street. CHAS. J. McCARTUY, - Manager. Popular Brands of Straight Goods ALWAYS ON HAND. Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWNIE COCKTAIL, a epecialtv with this report. DEPOT OF THE FAMOUS WIELAND LAGER BEER S853-y CENTEAL MARKET! Firfit-class Market in every respect ; be sides carrying a full line of Meats, we make a specialty of IT 0 nil Cheese, Pressed Corn iJ r WESTBR00K 6 GARES. 3437-q Proprietor. JAPANESE STORE, S. NISHIMUKA - - 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 Between Hotel and STREET, King Streets. American and English Groceries. Fre&h Canned California Fruits, Provisions of all kinds. gjF Xew Goods received by every steamer from the Coast and Europe. Satisfaction guaranteed. Purchases de livered to all parts of the city. TELEPHONE 1004 GEO. McINTYKE Building Lots- AT WAIKIKI ON OAK LINE r- and on Pa LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing Plant. These Lots ar very cheap and will be pold on eaav terms. Desirable ACRE TRACTS nw the city and other properties for Bale. BK"UK WAKING & CO., 503 Fort Ftreet, near King. ?8K7-3m ATTENTION ! T WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN form my friends and the public that I ara still in the Tinsmith and Plumbing business That I am now offering tor cash regular size 2x6 feet, Zirc Lined parn rubs witn Plug, Chain and email piece of pipe ready for connection for on7 eac. Also Stone Pipe at bed- roc prices : o in.. 4oc a length; 5M in.. 40c. a 1-nirth: 5 in.. 35c a lemrth. EX?-All kinds of Jobbing promptly ai'enna 10. lEST-Ring up Telephone 844 and toot orders will receive prompt attention at iowppi prices. j ah jvhtt. Jr. WING WO TAI & CO.. UAVE received kx bark lea LARGI-: INVOICE or KaTTAN CHAIRS ! AND LOUNGES S73-v The Hawaiian Gazette Cgxtaxy mannfartnre rubber stamps.