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TULE PACIFIC COtOtEKCIAli APV-ERTISEK : IIOOJLUL.U, JULY 31, 1895.
Board of Health ineet3 today.
Dr. Walters and wife returned to
Work ba3 commenced on the
The Myrtles will begin training
for the regatta next week.
The Senate is to be photograph
ed cn invitation of Frank Godfrey.
John Ena and family are rusti
cating at Kapapala ranch. Hawaii.
Mrs. Theo. Hoffman is expected
from the Coast by the Alameda to
morrow. The Leilanis are hard at work.
eK oar locks have been put on
Paul Isenberg and wife will go
to Kauai next week for a two
From May 27th twenty-two
case3 have been appealed from the
Detective Van Giesen has re
turned from a. lengthy official
visit to Hawaii.
Charlie Good, well known here
a3 an artist of merit, will shortly
return to Honolulu.
According to reports from Kau,
smoke ha3 been seen issuing from
Mauna Loa recently.
Rev. A. B. Soare3 will leave by
the W. G. Hall Friday for four
weeks vacation on Kona.
W. A. Wall and W. Y. Horner
were among the incoming passen
gers by yesterday's Hall.
Ladie3 day at the Pacific Tennis
Club courts. Lady friends of the
club are cordially invited.
E. M. Walsh, wife and two chil
dren, and Mr3. E. C. Damon left
by the Likelike yesterday.
J. J. Sullivan is able to attend
to business again after a seize of
Sweeping reductions in millinery,
ladies and childrens trimmed hat3
at Sachs-' special millinery sale this
Auction sale of furniture at the
store of C. E. Williams & Son,
King street, 10 o'clock this morn
ing by Morgan.
W. P. Boyd left by the Likelike
yesterday. He will join Mrs. Boyd
at Waikapu and proceed to Hawaii
for a month's visit.
Ten shares of Woodlawn Fruit
Company stock, $50 per share paid
up, will be sold at Morgon'3 auc
tion room 3 tomorrow noon.
President Wilder of the Senate,
and several members of that body,
were present during part of yester
day's session of the House.
The W. G. Hall brought only a
few passengers from Maui and Ha
waii yesterday, but she made up in
the number of decs passengers.
A general tennis tournament for
the middle of August is now being
talked of. All tennis enthusiasts
seem to strongly favor this plan.
Hans, the enterprising boot
black at the Pantheon, has had an
electric light placed over hi3 stand
to accommodate the evening trade.
British Commissioner Hawes
moved into his new residence at
Palama yesterday. He has leased
the property belonging to Mrs.
Annual meeting of stockholders
Waiohinu Agricultural and Graz
ing Company at oSice of Wm. G.
Irwin & Co., Ltd., 10 o'clock this
Afternoon tenni3 at the home of
J. H. Gilman on the premiees of
J. F. Brown, Waikiki, wa3 enjoyed
by a number of friends yesterday
Monthly business meeting of Y.
M. C. A. will be held in their hall
Thursday, August 1st, 7:30 p. m.
Important business will come up
The temporary galvanized iron
building over the new pumping
plant was turn down yesterday.
The roof over the new building is
about half completed.
Secretary Corbett, of the Y. M.
C. A., is expected to return on
August 24th. The gymnasium
apparatus, now here, will not be
erected until his return.
Two companies of bluejackets
from the Bennington were landed
for drill yesterday evening. The
vicinity cf Brewer's wharf wa3
used as parade ground.
Hollister Drug Company have
just received direct from the factor
ies an extra choice selection of
brushes of all kind?, which are
offered at bottom prices.
The college boys, now on a hunt
ing expedition to Kauai, have
again been heard from. Some
seventy-two wild cattle were shot
in the valley back of Makaweli.
The boys will probably return to
Honolulu by the Mikahala on
D. Kapali, the native who stood
and watched officer B. Kupihea
while he wa3 arresting Joe for as
sault on Patrolman Molenhauer,
was fined $10 and cost in the
police court yeterday morning.
Company 7, Citizens Guard, will
meet at Reform School, Palama,
Friday evening, August 2d, 7
o'clock. All members holding
Government rifles and commissions
are requested to bring them for in
spection. The marriage of Irene Buchanan
to C. A. Long took place in the
Catholic cathedral early last even
ing, Father Leonore performing
the ceremony. The ceremony was
strictly private, none but relatives
A new linting machine is being
set up at A. F. Cooke's fertilizing
works, Iwilei. It is the intention
to get persons in the vicinity to
plant cotton. The work of sepa
rating the seeds will be done on the
epot, the seeds being used as a
Some forty lots at Kaakaako, on
the road leading to Waikiki, have
recently been leased to natives and
Portuguese. Building will com
mence soon on several of the lots.
In the vicinity of the kerosene
house some fourteen houses have
recently been erected.
Jas. X. K. Keola tried his best
to find something for the Hou3e to
do yesterday by ransacking the
mas3 of papers on his desk. His
efforts were very much appreciated
by members of the House, especi
ally when he succeeded in bring
ing forth the currency bill.
Company C are much disturbed
over a recent order changing their
weekly drill night from Friday to
Saturday. Some of the members
are talking of resigning if the ob
noxious order is continued. A pe
tition will be sent to the commander-in-chief
Work was begun yesterday on
the proposed extension of the
library building and will be pushed
to completion as rapidly as pos
sible. Instead of being given out
by contract, the job will be done by
day work under the supervision of
Architect Ripley who has secured
the services of F. Wilhelm a3 fore
man. The young native boy who con
ducts a bootblack stand near the
Criterion saloon severely lacerated
one of his hands yesterday in try
ing to stop a bicycle wheel. He
was cleaning the machine and set
the wheel going at a rapid rate,
thrusting his hand between the
wire spokes to stop it with the
The retaining wall back of the
Pacific Mail wharf and running
from a position near the new fish
market to the rear of the marine
railway, is all but complete. The
cement is all that remains to be
applied. There i3 a scarcity of
that article in the market at the
present time, and it is very proba
ble a long wait will have to be
The best way to do newspaper ad
vertising is to try it fob a tiite.
-One brick won't build yon a house."
One advertisement, one time, would
hardlv nav anyone. What the larg
est advertisers are doing is running
FBOil TEAR TO TEAR.
THE ANNUAL MKKT1NG OF
J. the Stockholders of the Waiohina Agri
cultural and Unzinz Co.. -will be el at the
office of W. G. Irwin A Co. L d.. Fort Street,
on WEDNESDAY, ice diet, imt., atlOoclocc
A C. P. TAUKEA. Secretary.
nonoini'i. Jsy io:h. sftft. o.v-u
Attention Company 7, C. G.
INHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
1 this Companv held at th- Reform
School, Palama, "FRIDAY EVKN'ING.
August L at 7 o'clock. All members
holding Government rifles and commis
feiona are resetted to brin them for
inspection. E. HlNGLEY,
40-9-'3l Captain Commanding.
Lost. Strayed or Stolen.
MY IRISH SETTER DOG,
m3aN to the name of
Rover " A suitable reward
Mi VA -.-.',? fnr hi a TPtnm to
475-U3Y H J. yOLTE.
AV. E. HERRICIv
VfILL BE PR? TARED TO GIVE
instruction on the gnitar after
An-c.-t 1st. Orders left at th Golden
Kufe Baiir receive his attention.
4 53-1 m
A COrTAGS AT PALAMA,
Vlr'i rar ELins street and tramcar
OT.ce: T.Vi!h L. A. Thurston, H3 Kaa
hnmam p'rrft. 4021 3ra
A rival who doesn't advertise is
not a rival. Printers Ink.
SPECIAL BV8INE88 ITEU8.
Xon- Is the Time to purchase
your Millinery. Sweeping'.reductions
in Ladies' trimmed Leghorn Hat3 for
$1.0") Children's stylish White Sailor
Hats with ribbons for 50 cts., at N. S.
Sachs', Special Millinery Sale.
SuFHats, Hate, Hats, Special Sale
of Millinery, for this week only.
Sweeping reductions in Ladies' and
Children's Trimmed Hats. Don't for
get that RemananU of all kinds and
all lengtb.3 go for half price at N. S.
S.cns',520 Fort St.
D&'Hawaiian Boat House,
Foot of Richards street,
Have tine pleasure boats of all des
criptions for rent by the hour or day.
Moonlight Boating Parties.
GFmSailors' Home, Esplanade,
ha3 furnished rooms to rent by the
day, week or month.
Mrs. R. I. Green.
UgT City Carriage Company
have removed to the corner of Fort
and Merchant streets, Telephone No.
113. First-cla3 carriages at all hours.
John S. andrade.
gSTProfessor Westfall, portrait
and landscape artist. Portraits made
in oil, pastel, crayon and India ink.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and
examine work. Studio, Eagle House,
tST'To My Patron 8 and Friends
I have just opened at my office, 113
Bethel street, Honolulu, H. I., an
Art Exhibition of the latest designs
and novelties in Embroidery Work,
Drawn Work, Rope Silk, Kensington
Work and Etchings. I would re
spectfully invite you and your friends
to call and inspect these goods.
g23 Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamor
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.
When you wish to discontinue
housekeeping let Chas. Hawkins
bid on your furniture in its entirety.
It will avoid inconvenience of selling
in pieces or sale. King and Alakea
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 kind3 of eecond-hand books,
jewelry and diamonds bought and
sold. Contracts for painting.
3T" If yon want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
t- Beach Grove, Waikiki, near
Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic
Resort. Reserves for families, ladies
and children. Term.3 reasonable.
Chas. F. Warren, Manager.
S7" Patronize Ilaniwai Baths,
"Waikiki. Tramcars pass the door.
W. S. Bartlett, Proprietor.
CTm For Bai gains in New and
Second-hand Furniture, lawn Mow
ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc, call at the I. X. I, corner ot
Nanann and King streets.
C3"0. R. Harrison, Practical Piano
! and Organ Maker and Toner, 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.
MRS. OTT WISHES TO An
nounce to the Ladies of Honolulu
that she has opened the CON TON PAR
LORS, formerly conducted by 3Irs.
fctra;n All work suaranteed.
MRS. NOT T,
Comer Fort and Eeretania streets.
HOUSE TO RENT.
ALMA COTTAGE ON WAI
kiki road. Rent $30 per month.
Apply C HUTACE, Jr.
i ramcars pa'3 door. 4014-ti
! A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
J ffr't cn Alapai street only two
minutes a.i zrosa Eeretania
street. Apply to
A. C. PEST ANA,
At Messrs. Gonsalves A Co., Queen
Houses, Stores, Otticea, Ktc.
I can find tou a tenant, or rent you vrhat
Buying and Selling
If you want to bay call on me. If you
want to sell list your property with me.
Brokerage, General Business A gent,
Accident Insurance, Safes, Safes.
C. D. CHASE,
jg-40o Fort Street. Telephone 134.
PIKERS JOJTES T. A. SIMPSON
JONES & SIMPSON,
Accountants and Commission Agents
Hocsb, Land and General Business
Conveyancing and Legal Documents
Db swings andtracifcps made.
Tbansalations in French, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian
Bills collected and accounts adjasted.
OFFICE: 308 Merchant St.
E. VANDOORN & CO.,
Havana, Manila and Domestic Cigars
We also carry a full line oi Tobaccos,
Pipes, etc., etc.
ICE GOLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
SStep in on your W3y to the city
front and get a cold drink and a good
No. 208 Fort St., Esplanade
Eancli for Sale
700 Hundred Acres, fee simple, and
About 100O Acres, under lone lease
From 300 to 400 Head Cattle,
And SO to 30 Horses.
A never failing stream furnishes an
abundance ot water for irrigation ana
Thfl Rannh affords unusual facilities
for farmingjcattle and sheep raising and
There are large areas of good Coffee
Land and Land suitable for bugar Cane.
There ia a larere and convenient Dwell
ing House on the premises in good
Climate cool, healthy and delightful.
CFor further particulars, apply to
J. Alfred Magoon,
'ext to Postoffice.
Dated Honolulu, July Stb, 1593.
XTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1N Mr. Chan Young has this day been
appointed Maniger of the firm of Kwan
Tng riine & Co., and is the only one
authorized to eign for said firm.
KWAN HIN(i TONG & CO.,
No. 315 Nuuanu street.
Dated Honolulu, July 13th, 1S95.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NO PER
son is authorized to contract billa in
my name without my written order.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Dated Honolulu, July 12th, 1895.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Hawaiian
Gazette Company, L'd., will be held on
SATURDAY, August 3d, 1895, at 2
o'clock p. m., at the office of the Com
pany. W. II. FARRINGTON,
Honolulu, Julv 22, 1595
JH. FCHNACK HAS REMOVED
hia office from the I X L to Fort
street, over Golden Rule Bazaar.
Ocehour3: 8 :i0 a. m. to 9 a. m. ; 12
K. to 1 P. M. ; 4 P. v. to 5 P. K.
404 3-2 w
E. BOARDMAN IS AC-
IT J- thorized to collect
for "William Bros.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
AT WAIKIKI UM LLMi
C'r3 and on PALAMA ROAD near
Fertilizer Plant. These Lota 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.
F. W. MAKINNEY,
Searcher of .Records
Certificates of Title.
Having had fifteen years experience as
a Searcher I am prepared to do all work
in my line reasonably and accurately.
XTAll work suaranteed to be abso
OFFICE: 31S FORT STREET
3962 W. O. Smith's! Office.
We paint our wagons yellow, others
that never painted their wagons before
paint theirs yellow. We j educed piano
moving to $2 50, others do the same.
We are still ahead; we employ men
and not boys. We don't lose or mis
Only reliable concern in town. Tele
phone ii45. 4043
Fort. ZS"ear Hotel Street.
CHAS. J. MCCARTHY, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWNIE
COCKTAIL, a specialty with this
DEPOT OF THE
FAMOUS WIELAND LAGER BEER
The American Novelty I
PINS, BRACELETS, HAIRPINS, ETC.
MADE TO ORDER.
Watches cleaned ? 75
Balance Staffs 1.25
Jewels and Pivots 50
Clocks cleaned from 50
X"x.B. This is for first-class work.
W. J. STODDART.
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
J 3933 '
Ex (jaelic, New Goods,
Silk, Cotton and Silk Crepe
Straw Hats, Scarfs for Ladies and Gents
Choice Japan Teas and Provisions at
Wholesale and Retail at lowest figures.
jpfyAH Goods warranted. 3984
WING WO TAI & CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED EX BAF.K LEA
A LARGE INVOICE
KATTAN CHAIRS !
C. R. COLLINS,
Importer, Manufacturer and IJealer
Harness and Saddlery.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Carriage-Tops and Trimmings to order.
Bits, Spurs, Bridles, Brushes, Curry
Comts,Lap-robes,Whips, Harness Soap,
Oil, Axle Grease, Horse Boots, etc., etc.
constantly on hand. Prices to suit the
rjCT" Island orders promply attended
to. P.O. Box 96. Telephone 6G2.
337 KING STREET.
New Goods, New Goods
411 Nnaana Street,
IMPORTER AND DEALER Et
Earopeaii and Chinese Dry
By the latest veeflel, we received a
full line of Gents' White and Brown Pa
nama Hats and a full line Lawns, tiii-g-hams,
and Trimmed and Untrimmed
Ladies Hats in .'atest pattern etc , and a
full line of Be?t Black and Green Cninese
Tea in pounds or boxes. Call on us for
your fire Suiting'. We guarantee a fit:
335 GOO KIM. Proprietor.
The Hawaiian Gazette Company
manufacture rubber stamps of al
c. & c.
Has gained the con
fidence of all con
Prices below any
other No. i Stand
ard Flour in market.
W3I. Gr. IRWIN & CO.
Wm. G. Irwin. ..President and Manager
Claud Spreckels Vice-President
W. M. Giffard. .Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OF TIJE
0CEAM3 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Of San Fraoclgco, Cal.
Corner Nuuanu and Beretania Streets.
T. KEVEN, - Manacer.
COOIi FRESH BEER
OH DRAUGHT AJiD THE STANDARD BBAKDS
OF EOTTLED BEER.
Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Winca
A-KD FRENCH LIQUORS.
Table Claret a specialty.
fXTBEST MANHATTAN GIN and
GKErfHAM COCKTAILS when you
have a thirst on (Thurston).
First-claes Market in every reepeci
sides carrying a full line of MeaU
e make a specialty of
WESTBROOK & GARES,
H. G. BIART,
Formerly with Wenner & Co. -
Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker,
and Diamond Setting
SODVENIB SPOONS Kt verj low
aDon's forget th namrx-r 515
Forr otrt. Efifl
American Livery and Boirfe Stables
Corner Merchant and Richard Streets.
Liverv and Boarding Stables.
Carriages, Surreys and Hacks at all
2J-TELEPH0NE 490. 4012