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TELE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HCXNOLUIiU, MARCH 30. 1S95.
3 r PRISONERS ARRIVE SAFELY. Marshal Hitchcock Sends Then On Their Way Rejoicing. 8TOIIMV WKATUEK ON JI.lWA'Jl. Iarg Fleet of Veaelt JjtfJUo Bay-' I ml Club llol17t,teretlDc SeIon. Th rgirtnent Clled Out. Tel;r r-nmnmnv It I rorrelie " w " Hilo (Hawaii), March iS.-Tbe reg ular bi-weekly meeting o: tbo Hilo Social Club occurred ou last Thursday evening at the home of Miaa Annie Hose. The programme of the evening was most Interesting and enjoyable. Mr. Charles Motley's humorous recita tion was especially well received. Afler refreshments the young folks iolned In singing some of their favor ite songs before leaving for their re spective home?. Mr. ottd Mrs. II. C Austin enter tained a number of their friends at a dinner party last evening. Covers were laid for nine and an excellent menu wa served. The Hilo fire department was called out, for the first time since its organ ization, cn last .Saturday morning, just before noon. They responded nroruDtly to the call, but their ser vices were not required, the fire hav- Exciting Game Expected Between lng bten extinguished almost ueiore The Kona and Kau Telephone Com pany is meeting with success iu its efforts to establish its lines ou the leeward t-ide of Hawaii from Kailua to the Volcano House, and thence ou the Volcauo House road to Hilo. The ci-tlt-e planters through the Kona dis trict have become subscribers in large numbers. -- . CUISINE AND TERPSICHORE. French Dinners at Hawaiian Hotel Increasing in Popularity. The usual French dinner and dance will be given at the Hawaiian Hotel this evening. A large num ber of applications for eeats have been received. Following is the menu : Hors d'Ouvres. Croutes d'Anchois. Olives. POTAGES. St. Germain. Consomme Royaie. P0ISS0N. Filets de Mulet a la Provencale. ENTREES. Petites Pates a la Reine. Tournedos Sauce Mirabeau. Punch au Maraschino. KELEVE. Gigot de Moutou. KOTIS. Caneton et Salade. LEOUMES. Haricots Verts. Moelle. PommesdeTe rrea. ENTREMETS. PoudingdeNouilles Sauce au Vin. Glace aux Fraises. Fruits. Cafe Nolr. FOOTBALL TODAY. Valuable Real E 3 caice FOR SALE ! TyE OFFER for Tliree days only that Valuable Property located between Pensacola and " Piikoi Streets of this City, formerly owned by J. A. Hassinger. This Land has a fron tage of 400 feet on Pensacola Street directly opposite the premises of F. M. Hatch. It goes through to Piikoi Street, having a depth of GOO feet. It has a frontage on Piikoi Street of 250 feet. There is a large House with Stable and other Outbuildings on the premises, and a large variety cf choice Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, well grown, on the place. The Area Contains 4 Acres. . 1hl Property i now Offered a. Whol for S15.000 Until SATURDAY, i.nd if not sold by that time will be cut up and sold in Building Lots. TITLE PERFECT. BTJY BEFOEE THE BOOM COMES ! Pnnahou and Honolulu Teams. There will be a game of football this afternoon at 3 :45 o'clock on the Makiki baseball grounds, be tween the Panahou and Honolulu teams. The two sides are about evenly matcbed and the contest will likelv be an excitincr one. Following is the make up of the ! teams : GeT'Foi particulars apply to The Hawaiian Safe Beposit and Investment Co. 4:08 FORT STREET. HONOLULU. Chris Holt J. Spencer E. Holt ...... Geo. Rca PUS AUOV. jPr (treenwell c... 8. Prker Jr r g W. Rawliu9 1 g. E. Loner r t. Li. Horner 1 t Carlos Long K. llapai- r e A. Lawrence V. Armstrong-...l e -G.Angus C. Rtce, (Capt.J-...q J. Thompson Palmer Parker r b-C. Crane (Capt.) Fred Damou. 1 h J. Couradt D. V. Corbett f -L. Singer SUBSTITUTES. A. Judd..j.. .. -D. Koii A Rice- .. S.Johnson Wilcox-.. -V. Thrum Beckwitb -J. Lemon Frein Greenweil Frank Andrade will act as referee, Jtrnrey-White as umpire, and Lieu tenant Reed, of the Philadelphia, as linesman. St. Louis College band will furnish music. Butter, the alarm was sounded. The lire was on Jail street, near Pitnian, in a houe owcrd and oceupUd ty the Spencer faniilv, and originated in some rs which were set afire by children play Ji g with matches. Tha damage was slUht. The tar presented a lively scene this week'durins: the stormy weather, when most cf the veseU alrnag the coast have bad to put into the harbor for safety. The Wilder' Steamship Company's steamers have been unable fo work along the coast, and In consequence there are great quantities of sugar stored In the ware house. Papaikou heads the list with 17,000 bgs of u?r on hand awaiting shipment. The Hawaii attempted to work at Paaubau this week, but put back to Hilo without a load. Yester day there were eight vessels in Hilo bay, the steamers Kinau, Hawaii, Kilauea Hou and Lehua, the Ameri can ebip Levi G. Burgess, bark Annie Johceou, brig Luriine, and schooner Kakuole. The Burs ess and the Lur iine will probably tow to sea on Sat urday morning, the former carrying 35,600 bags sugar, and the Luriine 10,000 bags for San Francisco. Oue of the largest tourist parties that has visited Hilo for some time arrived on the Kinau last Saturday evening. There were nineteen iu the tsarty and cnstmciay morntnatt fefr for the volcano. Eight of their num ber returned to Hilo Tuesday evening, -the remainder stayiug over until Wednesday. The volcano is showing signs of activity agaiu, there being fire visiMe in the cracKs across the floor of the lake. The contract for buildiug Spreekels' new building on the corner of Front and Walauueuue Mreets, has breu bt to Mr. Vanatta of Hilo. The contract '"price is over $".0,000 and calls for the completion of the buiMing in August. W. X. Armstrong, representing the Labor Commission, Is still visiting in Hilo. Mrs. W. II. Sbipman has been spending' a few weeks at the Volcano House. . Marshal Hitchcock and wife will remain in town for awhile. .Mrs. 11. E. Richards and two chil dren and her siter, Miss Emma Schoen, of Sin Jose, contemplate leaving for the Coast oa the Annie Johnson. G. K. Wilder left Tuesday for Kau, being called to attend to some business preliminary to opening cf court there. Sheriff Williams leaves for Kau to day and Judge Austin and wife leave tomorrow. The regular quarterly meeting cf the teachers of Hilo District takes place tomorrow in Union school building. On Wednesday, the ZSlb, the thirty five political prison?rs were brought from the jail to the Sheriff's office, and the details were completed for their march, seven miles out, to the road-making district. All of them were in good spirits, and had con siderable personal baggage. The Mar shal made them an adJress in the room of the Police Court. He told them that they would be justly treat ed; that the lunas would not be al lowed to give them any unusual pun ishment without authority ; tha: they would not be treated as if they were common thieves, it they behaved themselves; that they must obey, and if they felt that they were not treated properly thev could appeal to the Sheriff. ' The prisorers received the address 'with good will, and the march was begun to the road depot at Ouomear The by standers were thoroughly con. vince, from the fervent manue of the Marshal in exhorting the pris oner?, that he could if he chose to do so, occupy a couspicioua position in the Salvation Army, and that the people in making him the Marshal, loM a f owerfu! extorter. On the march under the charge of Deputy Sheriff Hardy, the pri-oners ba:ted for a drink "at Honolii. A small number of natives surrounded It m, and wept rather loudly. Just as ttey quieted down a donkey in an adjoining field, came up to the wall, surveyed tbe prisoners and, overcome by the similarity of their dress of stilus to his own" skin, set up a mtt dismal and heart-rending bray. The pnsorers erjVyed it cr-atfv. and waved their hands to him as thev 1 I moved off. a YOUSG MAN, WLLL VFP.SED ! The Conservative Club met on the f in r-tines carters desires liLt f 6tb. After tran-acticg routine busi- nrpToycei-r sn;tre in the Kona Ee, W. N. Arm-trr.nz ma if a short 1 Dir'ct Wilan to wcrk cheap in order aMre?3 on the imtiriani'e r.f eetlimr tn cet hn-S: c'imi-.r. A-'Htp -k 1 npon the coffse fan J. C. care tr.s cce. c9i-tf Ok if a ON HILDFJES SHOES 'A00 BEAUTY AND VvEAR,. Old pieces of Furniture made highly decorative by an application of our ART ENAMEL PAINTS No skill is required and one can get any shade wanted. Tissue Paper, Asbestos Paper ! GRAND Clearance Sale! COMMENCING March 1st AND CONTINUING FOR 30 DAYS ! I Am Overstocked. Everything, including shelve and counters axe loaded with goods. I Must Have Room and have marked prices down to inaugurate a Great Sale. Special Sale of eorne article each day, which will be displayed in the window each day prior to the day of sale. This will be a grand time for for the people of Honolulu to secure bargain?. AMOSKEAG YARDS FOR . GINGHAMS 14 Wires hand. for paper flower work now on Butter, Butter, Verr choice Table letter frcm Puuo malei Dairy. GOOD TABLE BUTTER FROM KONA. GOOD COOKING BCTTER FROM KONA IlerelTeU every week. FRESH BLOCK BUTTER FOR TABLE GOOD BLOCK BUTTER FOR COOK ING Kecclveil every itewer. For sale at low rates bv PaOTECJ THE TOE WHERE THE WEABvCiES NEW . IN CHILDBEFS SHOES H. Mar & Co. roi: sale Br TOE IE MANUFACTURERS' S Big Store Shoe. COMPAf ii'S EASTER OPENING OF MILLINERY Picture Framing la our specialty for which etantly receiving new mouldiDgs. we are con- cesirns in CCrWe are now offering something first-class in Colored Photos, K ING 3.S57-1.F HOTEL 8TRFET. Pfize Exhibition of Land Shells. GOODS ! A NY RESIDENTS, WHO MAY r have collections of land ehell", which they would be willing to put on public exhibition are invited to corres pond with Prof. W. T. Br gham, Curator of the B. P. Bishop Mnsenm. It is pro posed to offer prizes for the best collec tions. The collections 'will be displayed in the central tables of the Museum An nex Every possible facility will be af forded for naming and arranging the thells. The Museum will be open to the public on Fridays and Saturday a, and the collections will be on exhibition for three weeks, beginning May 10. 3930 164-1 m YOU CAN OWN FOOTBALL GAME ! Today, 3:45 p.m., SHAKr Makiki Baseball Grounds A match game between the PUNAHOU HONOLULU TEAMS I3rPORTD -:- Pattern Hats and Bonnets ! 1TILL BE EXUIBITEO ON SATUKDAY. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 23d, 25th AND 26th AT Admission - - 25cts. 39 6-1 1 W. F. O'HALLORAN, Contractor and Builder i N. SACHS 1 HE Miracle Working Graphophone ! To meet the long expressed demand for a simple, light, inexpensive, com pact Tallin? Machine for Exhibition or Home Entertainment. Loud, clear and brilliant in results; either with horn or multiple tube0. PEERLESS! PERFECT! So simple jou can learn to use it in five minutes : nothing to get out of order. Zi?-Machines can be seen in opera tion at Hart's, Hotel etreet, or address . C. STOECKLR, 2i0-2w Honolula. ZX3 Evmates given cn Ericx, Stcne and Wcod Worit all 520 Fort Street EST' Ladies are codUIIy invited to attend. Honolulu 50G -oocirs promptlv attenaeu KING STREET, F. H. F.ed ward's Old .aci. Employment Wanted ! ! SHABBY GENTILITY Don't Forget the Date MARCH 1st. Temple ef Fashion, M. G. SILVA, Prop. ni T mn - . ..iinnniiriifm" The above is our 8AFE1Y MATCH. special brand of First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to euit the times. CASTLE & COOKE L'D. ZSGO-tl NO SIGN OF PEACE. THE WAR between Ja- pan and China still on, although active is In either nien or wenee ill be tolerated by persona of correct habits. It is al ways easy to be well dxes-eC at the pre s-nt cotdition cf prices ard toods. I import direct rem Japan ard tuy for cash ani ccnfeqnf-ntly get ott fig-nea. Mv present sock cf .Silk and Cotton UnCerweir, Towels. Ha'a and Caps are the Lite st iir portaticn and are et,nal to the demand cf the most fas I a:?o handle Provisions. Matticirs. 'ioilei Soaps, etc. fastidious Japan se Gccds wl.ich I can import cn hort notice. Take Lome a sa: in every particular. rz p!s o: all kinds of white settlers package cf my S. T. Tea. I cttaran'te it to be.rst -class . TAKEMURA 405 KING STKEET, DRESSED TO KILL! He 19, no doart. The result shows it. The damsel prefer the better dressed man S ch resnlt is a matter cf course hen the f-uit is made in oar well known faa!t;es3 style Poor tailoring spoils "he best cloth. With us both material and tai'orinz are above criticism. And we ar now rrsak n u:t?f Overcoat3 aud Pants at a hiir refJUf-tion ' Stee car Pants for "). work in the field has been sus pended until spring Through my agents, I made arrangements before war was declared for an immense stock of goods to be shipped as I re- ?uired, consequently I can af ord to sell at the same low figure. hx Bentala I received a con signment of goods comprising all the latest and freshest de- signs in uress uooas, cscaris. Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets, Silk Pajamas, Japa nese and Coma Ware, Screens, Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. 1 he latest tbiog in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in handsome designs which Cannot help to please the raot fastidious. tSBT'Remember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese Goods. DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STKEET, ARINGT0N BLOCS. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, , Proprietress. Tho Hawaiian Gazzttx CosffAST MEDEIHOS & CO.. Hotel ?:ret, opposite Kin 7 Ero3. j rnannfartcro rnhber stamps.