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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU. MA V 2, L896.
7 - I II r n Australia tomorrow. Election next Monday Mariposa and Miowera both due today. V. V. Aebford will leave by the Australia. Band concert at Thomas Square this evening. Drs. Brodie and Murray have a notice of change in their office hours. The new pumping Beretania street will test next Saturday. station on be given a League baseball series will begin .diuiu uj . a. Mai i jf m unur ti ui umpire the first game. The Lealani Boat Club held a short business meeting at the Ha waiian Hotel last night. H. C. Meyers ha3 assumed the duties of assistant chief clerk of the Interior department. A petition for a new English school at Hauole has been received by the Board of Education; The new light effects in the Ha waiian Hotel lanai will be displayed at the concert tomorrow evening. The monthly meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association will be held tonight at 7 :30 o clock. Professor Stoeckle will leave by the Kinau tomorrow taking with him the kinetoscope and grapho phone. Dr. Howard received by the Cop tic a fine lot of operating instru ments for the Government dis pensary. The Gaelic brought a large con signment of Japanese goods for S. Nishimura, consisting of silks, crepes, dress goods, etc. A fresh invoice of dress goods, silk, woolen and cotton crepes ar rived by the Gaelic for Iwakami, Hotel street, Robinson block. Attention is called to No. 6 of i Bruce Cartwright's advertisement of a valuable piece of land for sale at Kumueli, Kamalo, Molokai. Consul-General Mills made his appearance for a few hours yester day. Mr. Mills has been suffering from a prolonged attack of grip. Electoral Registrar Wray Taylor was busily engaged yesterday in preparing blanks, ballots, etc., for the election to be held next Mon day. The lacrosse plajrers are much elated over the fact that a new or ganization is alyout to be formed. They are pleased to have competi tion. Yokohama B.izaar, corner Nuu anu and Hotel streets, received by the Gaelic new silk goods, Japanese rugs and a large lot of choice crepe shirts. Kalua, a native boy, recently arrested for vagrancy, was sen tenced in the Police Court yester day to six months imprisonment in the Reform School. A Chinaman with the smell of Eamshu on his breath came to the police station last night for protec tion. He said three of his coun trymen were "after him." During the absence of the Bishop of Panopolis and Father Sylvester from the islands, the Very Rev. Father Matthias Limbury will act for them under full power of at torney. Six members of Professor Ber ger's orchestra have received all the latest musical selections. They are accomplished musicians, and may play at the Healani Boat Club opening. It is reported that a syndicate of 6Ugar planters will take over the Bulletin and conduct it in the in terest of that industry, advocating a protectorate by the United States as the best solution of the political problem. The new English schools opened this term in the Kawaiahao and Kaumakapili houses are full to overflowing, and some arrange ments will soon have to be made for larger accommodation." Sequah will lecture in the Arm ory hall, Beretania street, tonight, upon the efficacies of the Sequah remedies. The Quintette club will play and sing during the evening. Those attending are promised a good evening's entertainment free j of charge. Singing and music will commence at 7 :30. During the evening's lecture Sequah will refer to the cures already effected with his remedies. Paahao, alia3 George Nakolo, was arrested by Officer David Ka apa last night for vagrancy. Paa hao is a hard case, having served terms in Oahu jail and the Reform school. He has been under police surveillance for some time. The courts of the Pacific Tennis Club were given up to the ladies yesterday. The following were present : Miss May Mott-Smith, Misses Atkinson, Carter, Kitchen and Curry. A great many inter ested persons watched the game. The following committee to in stall the new pastor was appointed at Central UnionChurch last night : W. W. Hall, A. F. Judd, Professor Alexander. Arrangements will be made to have Rev. Dr. Beckwitb, one of the old pastors, present at the installation. Although yesterday was the fir3t regular day for the collection of mail from the new boxes, over twenty-five letters were posted at various places on April 30th. Post master-General Oat thinking such would likely occur sent the collect ors out on that day. It is to be hoped the executive committee of the Jockey Club will include in the June programme a race in the 2 :20 class for trotters only. If this is done, the public will be treated to a splendid exhi tion of racing, as Johnny Hay ward and Nevada would both enter. The regular French dinner will be given at the Hawaiian Hotel Saturday evening. Music will be furnished by the Quintette Club for the dinner and the dancing later in the evening. Those de siring seats are requested to make application as early as possible. In recognition of past valuable services rendered the police depart ment in the detective and special police lines, Alexander Nicholas was promoted, yesterday, to the position of court officer. " Alick " is known among his associates as a daring and extremely sharp detective. Between 2 and 3 o'clock yesterday morning, persons living in the vi cinity of the Drill Shed were startled by a report of a revolver. Investi gation proved that an angry indi vidual on Beretania street fired a couple of shots at dogs that were disturbing his peace. The bullets 6truck a few feet away from the guard stationed at the Palace walk gate of the Executive building. Information Wanted. INFORMATION 13 DFSIRED CON cerning Dennis O. Hare. He is pup pesed to hav resided in and owned a ranch near Honolulu, and d:ed on the 25th of January, 1893, being interred in Makiki Cemetery. Any one knowing .Mr. Hare or of anv thing concerning him, his affairs or death will receive the heartfelt tbanks of a bereaved sister by reporting same to D. POUTER 3984 1651 -It Hilo," Hawaii. Notice. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM these Islands, the Very Reverend F tther Matthias Limbury will act for me in all matters of business w.th full power of attorney. GULSTAN F. ROPERT. Bishop of Panopolis, Vicar Apostolic. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM these Islands the Verv Reverend Father Matthias will act forme in all matters of business with full power of attornev. FA 1 HER SYLVESTER, S.S. C.C. 3984-1 w DR BRODIE & MURRAY, OFFICE Corner Beretania Streets. and Fort Change of Office Hours. DF. BRODIE. Daily 1 p. m. to 4 r. m. ; Sundays 10 a. m. to 11 A. M. DR. H. V. MURRAY. Daily 8 a. m. to 10 a. 8 pm. m. and 7 p. m. to 3984-lw S. N1SHIMUKA, Foster Block, Nauanu Street Ex Gaelic New Goods, CONMiTIXG OP Silk, Cotton and Silk Crepe DRESS GOODS, Straw Hats, Sjarfs for 1 adies and Gents Choice Japa; Teas and Provisions at Wholesale and derail at lowest figures. All Goods warranted. 3984 Thft HAWATTAV G-ArPTTW f!r1.f"D l vrt7 manufacture robber stamps. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. 5V 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 A lakes 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. "$ay ! 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. We& Pacific 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. you want to sell out your Furniture In its entirety, call at the I. X. L. gjST" Furnished Rooms for rent by the day, week, or month at the Sailors' Home. Mrs. R. 1. Green. t&'The 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. Bergesen. Jtf Hawaiian Boat House, Foot of Richards street, Have line pleasure boats of all des criptions 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. Tramears pass the door. W. S. Babtlett, Proprietor. JEtT For Bai gains in New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow el's, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., 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 Nuuann and King streets. B3TG. 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 in factory. FOR SALE, ffll LEASE WITH A TWO-STORY Brii k Building and Iron Building in rear of same, situated on the corner of Hotel and Smith streets. Lease has 31 prs to run. Ctf'or full particulars enquire of 3979 2w MEfe, FONG & CO. KAHULUI HOTEL, Kahulut, Maui. SAM UNO, - - Proprietor. jSpeeial attention to the travel in public. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 3JH2 For Sale. A RESIDENCE IN A pleasant part of the city; fifteen minutes walk from town. Grounds well planted with fruit trees. For particulars, apply to Wm. L Peter eon, office, over Wolden Rule Bazaar. 3972-2 w Building Lots ! $200, $250, $275 $375 $55o. Easy Payments, Excellent Location, Magnificent View, ALSO- $1000, $120O, 1300 $1600 LOTS! C. D. CHASE, Safe Deposit Building, 406 FORT STREET. 3931 PIE ERE JOKES T. A. SIMPSON JONES & SIMPSON, Accountants and Commission Agents Housb, Land and General Business Agency. Conveyancing and Legal Documents drawn up. Dbvwinqs and tracings made. Transalations in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and Hawaiian. Bills collected and accounts adjusted. OFFICE: 308 Merchant St. 3559 California 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 ot Tobaccos, Pipes, etc., etc. ICS COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY. Step in on rour way to the city front and get a cold drink and a good cigar. No. 208 Fort St., Esplanade 3877 F. W. MAKINNEY, Searcher of .Records ABSTRACTS AND Certificates of Title. Having had fifteen years experience as a Searcher I am prepared to do all work in my line reasonably and accurately. gjAll work guaranteed to be abso lutely correct. OFFICE: 318 FORT STREET 3962 W. O. Smith's Office. ALEXANDER CBISHOLM, (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 FOB CASH. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory before leaving tbe shop. 3967-1 m O. HENERY, Painter and Upholsterer. Will make estimates on all Sizes of Contracts. Work for Painting, Wall Papering. and Upholstering I do my own work and guarantee satisfaction. Leave orders at Hawkins Furniture Store, corner King and and Alakea etrpers. 3978-6m NUNES & HARRISON HORSESHOERS. Neat Work and Satisfaction Gua ranteed. TELEPHONE 445 QUEEN STREET, Three doors Waikiki of Richards street. 397-i-6m The Advertiser and Gazette fo j sale at Hilo, J. A. Martin Dews agent Economy Is a Mine of Wealth Have your Vat h repaired by Stoddart on Fort street, two doors above Hotet St. Watches cleaned $ 75 Mainsprings 75 Balarce staffs 1.25 Jewels and Pivots 50 Clocks cleaned 50 flF"Guaranteed for one year. No second charge. W. J. STODDART. 3933 Building Lots AT WAIKIKI ON CAR LINE and on PALAMA ROAD near Fertilizer Plant. These LotB are very cheap and will be sold on easv terms. Desirable ACRE TKACTri near the city and other properties for sale. BRUCE WARING & CO., 503 Fort Street, near King. 3946-tf . Store and Cellar TO LET, No. 23 Nauanu street, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. S0T Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. m 3735-tf CRITERION SALOON Fort. Near Hotel chas. j. McCarthy. - Street. Manager. Popular Brands of Straight Goods ALWAYS OS HAND. Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWN I R COCKTAIL, a specialty with thi resort. DEPOT OF THE FAMOUS WIBLAND LAGER BEER 3853 GOO KIM, 411 Nuuanu Street, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Earopeao and Chinese Dry and FANCY GOODS, ' By tbe latest vessel, we received a full and complete line of Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Gents' Furnishing and Cloth", competing of the latest pat terns and designs. OaH on me for your fine clothes, etc. gptBeat Black and Careen Chinese Teas in quantities to suit. 3035 GOO KIM, Proprietor. THE EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU AVENUE, Dm m mo ml & .)ohiioi. - Proprietor!!. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL Koonis en Suite or Single. Detached Cottages Connected "Willi the H 011 e. Our table is eupp'ied 1 ith the be.' ( the market affords. Ratf s : $2 per dav; $12 iv.r week ; $45 per month. M. II. Drummond, L. M. Johnson. 3958 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. if. to 2 r. m., and 5 v. m. to 7 :30 p. m. ME Ah TICKETS $4.50 and $5.50 Private rooms for families. 3962-1 m Commercial Saloon, Corner Nuuanu and Beretania Streets. T. KEVEN, Manager. COOL FRESH BEER ON DRAUGHT AAD THE STANDARD BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AND FRENCH LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. MJ The only sporting Ifouse in town. 3931 Notice. AT A MEETING OF THE HTOCK hoiders of the K na-Kau Telephone and Telegraph Company, Limited held a? K.dua Hawaii, Aoril 2Hh, 189, the following officers were duly elected for thtt ensuing year: President G.C.Hewitt Vice Preti. lent CD. Mil er fcerretary and Treasurer.... L n. Auogst Auditor M. F. Hcott Directors 1 CM. Walton, Geo.CIark, E.B. BarUirop. LUTHER S. AUNG8T, Secretary . Kailua, Hawaii, April 2o, 1895. 3980-4t - c. s c. FLOUR. Has gained the con fidence of all con- sumers. Prices below any other No. 1 Stand ard Flour in market. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Tlieo. H. Da vies &Co., SOLE AGENTS. 3833 Fireman's Fund Insurance Comp'y The Thlrtreeond Annual gtatninent December 31, 1894, ihow ASSETS $3,240,861 I.IAKIMTIF.fj. Capital Paid-up in Cash $ 1,000,000 00 Net Surplus 846,i?67 81 KK-INHCIIANCE KK8KKVE. (CL Staudard) Firo Marine $ 1,168.98 04 53.P01 38 $ J ,222,299 42 CONDITION. COMPAKATM t Jan. Assets Ke-Tns. Net 1st Reserve Surplus 180 $ 741,487 $ 244,fl03 $153,172 1885 l,f20.895 407.99H ;m,.'2 1890 2,431,718 7'7.910 4K4.438 1895 3,240,801 1,222,299 840,207 JOHN H. PATY, Agent. ,"9.?9 A NEW LOT OF PEAEL OIL HAS BEEN RECEIVED BT Castle & Cooke, Limited. Government tests show that there is no better quality of Oil in this market. We guarantee it in every respect. PEARL OIL DELIVERED TO A Y PAKT OF THE CITY at $2 20 per oase C. O. D. Castle & Cooke, L'd. 3922-tf CENTRAL MARKET! V TJ TJ W N" TJ STREET . First-class Market in every respect , be sides carrying a full line of Meal we make a specialty or k--r.Utum Sauaagti, ITaar! Cheese, Pressed Corn WESTBR00K GARES, 437 Proprietor. H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner A Co.j Jeweler -: and :- watchmaker, S15 FORT STRE2T, Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY. SOUVENIR SPOONS at very low pricPH Don't forget the nnmber 615 3863 Fort street.