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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE R : HONOLULU, MAY 1, 1895.
May Day. Sugar, 3 :07. Rev. O. P. Emerson has gone to Maui. G. P. Wilder is down from Ka hului. Oahu College will have day on the 17th. List of advertised letters field appear in another column. A collection of music for cornet and piano is wanted. Dr. Goto and family returned to Japan by the Coptic. The Kinau brought sixteen pas sengers from the Volcano. A club house for the Pacific Ten nis Club has been completed. Miss Helen Wilder left on tho Claudine yesterday for Kahului. Ladies' day at the Pacific Tennis Club. The courts will be open all day. There will be no match race be tween Johnny Hayward and Ne vada. Dr. G. H. Huddy returned by the Kinau from a professional visit to Hawaii. v. Several complaints have beai. made lately regarding mangy catsN at the fish market. Several cases of drunkeness and vagrancy received sentence in the police court yesterday. The Kawaiahao church furniture will be stored in the house lately occupied by Dr. Goto. Charles H. Kleugel, chief en gineer of the O. R. & L. Co., de parted by the Claudine. Tho Sharpshooters held a meet ing last night and decided to go into camp early next month. The latest and freshest designs in carpets, dress goods, etc., arrived by the Gaelic for Dai Nippon. Finance Minister Damon has a notice in this issue to those fur nishing Government supplies. B. L. Finney, of the Bulletin staff, is home from a recreation trip to Hawaii and the Volcano. This being moonlight week the Hawaiian band will give concerts every evening at different places. The girls of Kawaiahao Semin ary spent a very pleasant afternoon visiting the Philadelphia yesterday. Behrens and King, the new bat tery of the Star baseball club, will arrive by the Alameda, due on the Dth. A picture of ex-Queen Liliuoka lani dressed in regal attire ap pears in a late number of The Stan dard. An old native woman, living in Pauoa valley, was overcome by the heat while walking on Punchbowl yesterday. C. L. Hopkins is prepared to fur nish fresh pond mullet on Mon days and Fridays of each week. Stall 18, fishmarket. Special Cordes is on the track of more opium dens in Chinatown. The haul made Monday night was one of the best this year. Stockholders of the Bulletin Publishing Company will meet this morning. The fate of the pa per will then be determined. British Commissioner Hawes en tertained Francis Joseph of Bat tenberg and a number of other gentlemen at dinner last night. Sale of lease of the upper floor of the old armory building on Queen street will be held at Executive building on June 17th at noon. On Tuesday, June 4th at noon, at front entrance of Executive building, there will be sold a tract of government land at Mokuleia, Waialua, Oahu. Possession to be given October 21st. Complaint is made that some of the street car-drivers fail to give proper attention when passing street corners. Yesterday an aged woman was compelled to walk nearly a block owing to the negli gence of the driver. The Japanese theatre received a set-back yesterday. The men at the head of the new venture made application for a license to play last night, but were refused on account of the Baki that was sold at the play the night before. Evi- j dently the Japs thought they would be allowed to play, for sev eral kegs of saki were left at the theatre during the morning. A valuable lease of warehouse property on Queen street, having eight and a half years to run at an annual rental of $250, will be sold by Morgan at his salesroom Satur day noon, May 4th. Minister and Mrs. Willis will hold their, regular monthly recep tion tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5. A few young people have been asked to dance the German, but aside from this no invitations are issued to these receptions. While a China boy was driving along Fort street last Monday his horse became frightened and ran against the front of W. O. Smith's office. In attempting to save him self the boy's hand was thrust through the window cutting it severely. Specimens of artistic hand-painting on crockery by Miss R. Nolte are shown in the windows of the Pacific Hardware Company. This young lady possesses rare talent in that line, and has materials neces sary for burning designs into ware when painted. The class in English literature, which meets in the Young Men's Chinese-English club rooms, cor ner of King and Nuuanu streets, arranged a very enjoyable sur prise for their English instructor, Rev. KinBeth Duncan, last even ing. The occasion was the en gagement of A. Hana, the se nior member of the class, who call ed together the members of the club to celebrate this happy event with him. During the evening a collation was served in the usual bounteous style of the Chinese. Toasts in English and Chinese were proposed and responded to by members of the class. Wanted, Music! ANY PERSON HAVING A COL lection of Music for Cornet and Piano can find a probable purchaser fcr the same by applying toThos.tt Thrum's Book and Stationery ritore. 3983-3t NOTICE ! The undersigned is to sell now prepared FKESH POND MULLET From the celebrated Fishpond of Weloka, Ewa, (C. P. Iaukea. Proprietor) on Mondays and Fridays OF EACH WEEK. STALL NO. 18, FISHMARKET. Special orders will be promptly at tended to. C. L. HOPKINS. Honolulu, May 1st. 1895. ii983-tf FOR SALE. ffli EASE WITH A TWO-STORY Brick Building and Iron Building in rear of same, situated on the corner of Hotel and Smith streets. Lease has 31 years to run. J0PFor full particulars enquire of 39792w MEE FONG A CO. LAND FOR SALE! A TRACT OF LAND ON ONE of the other Islands; to be sold en tire or in quantities to suit, from 20 to 1000 acres, or more. The land is composed of Wet, Dry and Forest, suitable for Coffee, Rice, Cane, Taro and Grazing. PKICE $5 TO $100 PER ACRE, 3931 3m "J.F.," Adveitiser Office. OTO KUMANO, Carpenter, Builder and Joiner All kinds of estimates given on Contracts. Jobbing promptly attended to. 3965-lm T33 N a gang Street. Notice. AfR. G. E. BOARDMAN IS AU accounts 1TA thorized to collect all for William Bros. ED. A. WILLIAMS, 3891-tf Manager DR. E. C. SURMANN, PHYSICIAN, OFFICE : 137 Fort Street. Telephone 181. Hours: 9 to 11 a m. ,2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays : 9 to 11 a m and 7 to 8 p m Graduate of best German Colleges. Practiced eeveial years in Berlin. 3974-1m J. T. JLund, 15 Bethel street, PRACTICAL GUN and LOCKSMITH; Repairing of all des cription?, Electrical Corrigatel and Ar chitecture Iron Work; Ornamental Iron Gates and Fences ; Browning, Blueing and Restocking Guns and Bicycle Kepairine a specialty. 3949 SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. 9-F Ring up Hack No. 7, Ha waiian Express Company. Telephone 479. Carriage for shopping, calling, and party driving. L. H. Dee, residence, Telephone 921. To the Public-C. R. Col lins is better prepared than ever to manufacture Single and Double Har ness, Saddlery of all kinds, Carriage Tops and Trimmings. ' Workshop, 210 King street. When you wish to discontinue housekeeping let Cbas. Hawkins bid on your furniture in its entirety. It will avoid inconvenience of selling in pieces or sale. King and Alakea streets. Chas. Hawkins make es timates on all classes of painting, wall papering and upholstering, All work guaranteed. King and Alakea streets. New and second-hand furni ture, all kinds of second-hand books, jewelry and diamonds bought and sold. Contracts for painting. Chas. Hawkins. "Say ! Do you know that the Eagle House has changed hands?" And that is not the only change. Talk about a table Well, just try it once. Everything first-class. Special rates to regular boarders. 9SPacific Carriage Company. Stand, corner Nuuanu and Hotel streets. First-class rigs with compe tent drivers can be had at all hours of the day or night. Prices to suit the times. Telephone 442. If you want to sell out your Furniture In its entirety, call at the I. X. L. CmW Furnished by the day, week, Rooms for rent or month at the Sailors' Home. Mrs. R. 1. Green. e singer nas 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. JB. Bekgesen. JSF Hawaiian Boat House, Foot of Richards street, Have fine pleasure boats of all des crlptions for rent by the hour or day. Balls & Shaw. Beach Grove, waikikl, near Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic Resort. Reserves for families, ladies and children. Terms reasonable. Chas. F. Warren, Manager. Patronize Ilaniwai Baths, Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door. W. S. Bartlett, Proprietor. SJSST" For Bai gains in New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, "Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. I., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice 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 loweet Cash Prices at the I. X. L,. corner of Nuuanu and King streets. WmWO. R . 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 I n factory. KAHULUI HOTEL, Ka.htjl.ui, Maui. SAM SING, - Proprietor. Special attention to the travel ing public. MEALS AT ALL 39S2 HOURS. NOTICE. THE CAPTAIN AND AGENTS OF the British hip '-Troop" will not be responsible for debts contracted without their written ord r. WU.G. IKW1N & CO. L'D., 39S0-3t Ae rs Sip 4 Troon." Lost. L ADY'S BLUE SILK BELT WITH Silver Buckle. near corner of King and Alakea. Finder return to Advertiser offi'-e and receive reward. 3973 tf For Sale. A RESIDENCE IN A pleasant part of the city ; fifteen minutes walk from town. in Hi If Grounds well planted with fruit trees. For particulars, applv to Wm. L. Peter son, office, over Golden Rule Bazaar. 3972-2W Building Lots ! $200, $250, $275 $375, $550- Easy Payments, Excellent Location, Magnificent View, ALSO- $1000, $1200, $1300 $1600 LOTS! C. D. CHASE, Safe Deposit Building, 406 FORT RTREET. 3931 PIEERE JONES T. A. SIXfTSON JONES & SIMPSON, Accountants and Commission Agents House, Land and Oeneral Business Agency. Conveyancing and Legal Documents drawn up. Drawings and tracings made. Transalations in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and Hawaiian. Bills collected and accounts adjusted. OFFICE: 308 Merchant St. 3959 rnia and Hawaiian Fruit AND produce: company, King Street, - Opp. 0. R. R. Depot Groceries, Provisions and Ice House Goods, Fish.Vegetables, Frozen Oysters, etc., received by every steamer from San Francisco and Vancouver. The shipping trade supplied. Geo. Cavanagh, Manager. Telephone No. 755. S952 E. VANDOORN & CO., -DEALERS IN Havana, Manila and Domestic Cigars We also carry a full line of Tobaccos, Pipes, etc., etc. IC1 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 i 3877 F. W. MAKINNEY. Searcher of .Records ABSTRACTS AND Certificates of Title. Having had fifteen years experience as a Searcher 1 am prepared to do all work in my line reasonably and accurately. tPAll work guaranteed to be abso lutely correct. OFFICE: 318 FORT STREET 3962 W. G. Smith's Office. ALEXANDER CHiSHOLM, (Successor to Chas. Hammer.) HARNESS -:- MAKER King and Fort Streets, Is prepared to manufacture all kinds and grades of Hand-made Harness at short notice. LOWEST OF PRICES FOK CASH. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory before leaving the shop. 3Q67-lm O. HENERY, Painter and Upholsterer. Will make estimates on all Sixea of Contracts, Work for Fainting, Wall Papering, and Upholstering 1 do my own work and guarantee satisfaction. Leave orders at Hawkins Furniture Store, eorner King and and Alakea streets. 3978-6m NUNES & HARRISON HORSESHOERS. Neat Work and Satisfaction Gua ranteed. TELEPHONE 445. QUEEN STREET, Three doors Waikiki of Richards street. 3975 -6m The Advertiser and Gazette fo sale at Hilot J. A. Martin news agent Califo Economy Is a Mine of Wealth Have your Watch repaired by Stoddart on Fort street, two doors above Hotet St. Watches cleaned $ 75 Mainsprings 75 Balance Staffs 1.25 Jewels and Pivots 50 Clocks cleaned 50 Unguaranteed for one year. No second charge. W. J. STODDART. 3933 Building Lots AT WAIKIKI ON CAR LINE and on PALAMA ROAD near ertiuzer riant. These Tots are very cheap and will be sold on easy terms. Desirable ACRE TRACTS near the city and other properties for sale. BRUCE WARING & CO., 503 Fort Street, near King. 3946-tf Store and Cellar ro LET, No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. CdAppIy to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf CRITERION SALOON Fort. Near Hotel chas. j. McCarthy, - Street. Manager. Popular Brands of Straight Goods ALWAYS ON HAND. Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWNIE OOUKTAIL, a specialty with thie resort. DEPOT OF THE FAMOUS WIELAND LAGER BEER 3853 GOO KIM, 411 Nuuanu Street, IMPORTER AND DEALER IM European and Chinese Dry and FANCY GOODS. By the latest vessel, we received a full and compieio une p Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Gents' Furnishing and Cloths, consisting of the latest pat terns and designs. Call on me for vour fine clothes, etc. EBest Black and Green Chinese Teas in quantities to suit. 3Q35 GOO KIM, Proprietor. THE EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU AVENUE, Drnmmoud & Johnson, Proprietor. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL Rooms en Suite or Single. Detached Cottages Connected With the House. Our table is supplied v. ith the bet-.t the market affords. Rates: $2 per day; $12 per week : $45 pci" month. M. H. Dmmmond, L. M. Johnson. 39518 Sailors' Home Dining Room Will be opened to the public THURS DAY, April 11, when they will serve meals as follows : 5 a. m. to 10 a. m., 11 :30 a. m. to 2 J'. m. , and 5 p. m. to 7 :30 p. m. MEAL TICKETS $4 50 and $5.50 MPrivate rooms for families. 3962-1 ro Commercial Saloon, Corner Nuuanu and Beretania Streets. F T. KEVEN, - Manager. COOIi FRESH BEER ON DB AUGHT AND THJE STANDARD BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AND FRBNCH LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. JW The only sporting House in town. 3931 Notice. T A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Kona-Kau Telephone and Telegraph Company. Limited held at K-iilua Hawaii, April 2 'ith, 1895, the following officers were duly elected for the ensuing year: President G.C.Hewitt Vice-President CD. Mil er Secretary and Treasurer .,LH A u n gst Auditor ; . . . M. F. Scott Directors: C.M.Walton, Geo.Clark, E.B. Bartlrop. LUTHER B. AUNG8T, Secretaiy. Kailaa, Hawaii, April 25, 1895. -3980-4t c. & c. FLOU R. Has gained the con fidence of all con sumers. Prices below any other No. i Stand. ard Flour in market. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Theo. H. Davies &Oa, SOLE AGENTS. 3833 Fireman's Fund Insurance Comp'y The Thirty econl December 31, Annual Statement 1894, ihowi ASSETS $3,240,861 MAlill.iriUJ. Capital Paid-up in Cash $ 1,000,000 00 846,267 81 Not Surplus KK-INBCRANCR RKHKRVE. (Cal. Standard) Fire $ 1,168.698 04 Marine 53,01 38 1 ,222,299 42 CONDITION. COMPAKATIYK Assets Jan. 1st 1880 1883 1K!X1 1806 Re-Ins. Reserve 244.003 407.998 797,910 1,222,299 Net. Surplus $153,172 208,332 481.418 846,267 741,487 1,620.805 2,431 ,718 3,240,801 JOHN i-r. PATY, Agent. 8080 A NEW LOT OF PEARL OIL HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY Castle & Cooke, Limited. Government tests show that there is no better quality of Oil in this market. We guarantee it in every reipect. PEARL OIL DELIVERED TO A Y PART OF THE CITY at $2 20 per case C. O. D. Castle & Cooke, L'd. 3922-tf CENTRAL MARKET! N TJ"LTyV TV TJ HTRKET First-class Market in every respect sides carrying a full line of Meets, we make a specialty of Pressed Corn fcir WESTBR00K & OARES, 3437 PBOPBnrroa. H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner A Co.J Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, G15 FORT STREET, Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY, SOUVENIR BPOONS at very low prices. fJkW Don't forget Fort stre t. the number 515 3863