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TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD VERTISEK : HONOLULU. SEPTEMIU'T:
Is the thing that catches
the eye of the public; the
price is governed mainly by
In good times when money
was plentiful, high prices
prevailed, but when the
purse strings were drawn,
Prices Came Down.
We give you a better as
sortment to pick from and
better furniture today for
much less money than we
did a half dozen years ago.
Prices today are at bed
rock and can never be lower.
We are not fearful of com
petition on prices we have
DOW, for the same quality of
In our jobbing and repair
department we have the best
materials and employ only
the best workmen. No one
can do the same class of
upholstering we are doing,
and our charges cannot be
HOPP & CO.
KING AND BETHEL STS.
Attractions ! !
Mairuiflcentiy Inlaid DESKS, CAlilNKTS
Hand Carved IVORY ORNAMENTd;
TORTOISE SHELL COMBS;
Real and Imitation .SHELL HAIR PINS
A Large Variety of KNICK-KNACKS
of All Kinds, as well as a new ship
E. W. JORDAN
320 Fort St., cor. Fort and Merchant
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
Expert Accountant and General Busi
DAVID K. BAKER.
ve the HHMleuiu
All orders given prompt and faithful
attention. No extra charge for deliver
ing flowers to any part of the city.
Leis, Mountain Greens and Carnations
a!vlty' TELEPHONE 747.
FERN AN DES & ROZA.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
Carpentering in all its branches.
All work guaranteed and promptly
attended to. Orders can be left with
J. M. Camara, Jr. Tel. 991.
JOSEPH N A W Alii DEAD.
Expires in San Francisro WU-r a
His Career in Hawaii From School to Cabinet.
One of the Brightest Hawaiian Mem
bers of the Bar.
Joseph Nawahi. one of the ablest Ha
waiian members of the Honolulu bar.
died in San Francisco from consump
tion on the 14th inst. He haa been in
failing health here for some time, and
visited California in the hope that a
change of climate would benefit him.
but his weakened condition left him
without the means to combat the dis
Mr. Nawahi was a native of the Isl
and of Hawaii, 54 years old, and was
reared by Rev. D. B. Lyman.
He received his education at his
hands and became a pupil at the La
hainaluua Seminary on Maui, from in
stitution he was graduated. After
wards he became a teacher in the Hilo
schools, subsequently leaving to take
up the study and parctice of law. Twenty-five
years ago he entered the field of
politics, representing his district in
the Legislature of 1872.
He was an ardent friend and lover of
his country, but never sought positions
of emolument under any regime. For
a short time in 1892, when the cabinets
were built and destroyed in a day, he
accepted the portfolio of Foreign Af
fairs. Beyond that his connection with
the affairs of government was in the
hall of the Legislature. He was sus
pected of conspiracy on several occa
sions and was in prison only while
waiting for trial.
His remains will be returned to Ho
nolulu on Monday by the S. S. Austra
lia. Deceased leaves a widows and two
THE WILLIS MYSTERY.
George Clark, a Well Known Young
Man Held for Investigation.
As a result of finding the Tribune
bicycle under such peculiar circum
stances Wednesday night, young Geo.
Clarke, a clerk in the employ of Hoff
schlaeger & Co. and owner of the bicy
cle, was locked up for investigation.
His connection with a case in which
there is a suspicion of crime was a
surprise to his friends who recognize
in him all the attributes of a gemle-
man of exmplary character. Young
Clarke was practically raised by Bis-
hon and Mrs. Willis, and why he
should place himself in a position to
be arrested for either attempted bur
glary or assault on his benefactors is
something not easily explained.
The gentlemen who stopped him as
he rode rapidly from the Willis' resi -
ilf 111. TO alexia: inai i - uhh i v......
'I am not the man. it was another fel
low and I am after him." This is
rather awkward for the young man if
his intentions there were all right.
ss lllltJUHUIls liicif nrir an n(,m.
Clarke is a member of the choir at'
St. Andrew's Cathedral and was en
gaged at practice Wednesday night
until nearly nine o'clock. He declines
to say what his mission at the Willis'
home was or to explain his actions in
any way. He was a member of the
househould until a few months ago
when he went into the employ of
Hoffschlaeger & Co. when he took up
his residence with a married sister.
LEE KOK GONE.
Police Look for Him and Find
Chinaman With Opium.
A short time ago Lee Kok was in
formed that he could leave the coun -
trv on account of certain irregular ifies. ! National Irrigation Congress at Phoe
RecentK complaints have been receiv- nix promises much for the cause of ir-
. . . J rigation and the reclamation of the arid
ed at the police station to the effect MJJ undoubtedly be the
that Lee Kok was still in the city. j mogt snccessfui in the history of the
In accordance with this information ! movement. Besides his extensive per
Lieutenant Fernandes and others pro- sonal correspondence bearing on the
ceeded to the home of Lee Kok at thejSUDject Mr. Heintz will champion the
corner of King and Maunakea streets. ; ( oming Congress in the columns of the
Just as they got to the entrance ; Rural Californian, whose influence is
they saw Chang, Chong flying up the nounoed througnout the Pacific
stairs and overtaking him at the top, Territories"
(information had been received that waiiaH Hotel. After seeing hat there
Chang Chong had opium) found two j is to be seen on Oahu he will go to Ha
tins of insee in a cosy place under the ! waii and possibly to Maui.
Chinaman's mattress. He was at once
arrested and released later on bail. x drunken native hackman created
JSThS1! JnM a lot of amusement for the officers at
bird had flown. From all that could!
be learned he has left for China. I the po'i s'atior last night.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 Years the Standard.
LEWIS & CO.,
Atreuts. Honolulu. H. I.
C. M. HEINTZ IN TOWN.
One of California's Leading Agricul
tural Newspaper Proprietors.
Prominent Advocate of Irrigation in Arid Lands
of United States -Vacation and
Study in Hawaii.
C. M. Heintz, one of the prominent
agriculturists of California, arrived on
the Alameda Thursday for a few weeks'
tour of the Islands. Mr. Heintz, who is
usually in the thick of the political
battle, is taking a day off in the present
campaign in his State, and while the
fight is on is going to try and find out
something about the work of the in
sects Prof. Koebele has introduced here,
and in a casual way he will also look
into the system of irrigation used on
C. M. HEINTZ, PROPRIETOR RURAL
the various plantations. He will be one
of the prominent figures in the National
Irrigation Congress to be held in Phoe
nix, Ariz., next December.
A Chicago magazine devoted to the
irrigation interests of the United States
speaks as follows of Mr. Heintz:
"No name in the annals of agricul
tural journalism is wider known or
more respected than that of C. M.
Heintz, the proprietor of the Rural Cal-
ifornian and secretary of the National
Executive Committee of the Fifth Irri
gat ion Congress. Not only does this ap
ulv to the field which is so ably filled
j by his paper, but is true throughout tne
arid regions generally. Being in touch
"'H uw uiw- y, -
tical application to horticulture by rea
son of his residence in Southern Cali
fornia, where it has reached its highest
perfection, he has ever been a warm
champion for irrigation development
and the reclamation of the arid West
! commencing with the second Congress,
held in Los Angeles, he has been a dele
gate to every meeting of that body. To
the Denver Congress he was chosen as
oiie of the delegates-at-large to repre
. . ... ,,
sent California, by a Republican Gov-
ernor, and to the Albuquerque Con
gress he was again sent as a delegate-at-large
by a Democratic Governor a
fact certainly testifying to his great
popularity in Southern California. At
the Albuquerque Congress he was again
chosen secretary of the National Ex
ecutive Committee, by a majority that
must have been gratifying to himself
as well as to his friends, the vote being
87 to 32.
"In personal bearing the secretary of
the National Executive Committee is
one of those magnetic men who make
friends wherever they go, and by their
broad sympathies, backed by enthusi
asm and push, succeed where others
1 fail. Under his guiding hand the Fifth
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock A. M. and 4 to 6
o'clock P. M.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. KING.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, July 16, 1896. 4355-tf.
Get Your Hair Cut!
A CLIP from our CLIPPERS
ECLIPSES all other CLIPS.
Criterion Barber Shop.
PACHECO & FERNANDEZ,
New Goods !
(EX M1IKE M ARC)
SOMETHING NEW ADDED IN ALL
Robinson Block, Hotel Street
PORCELAIN. MATTINGS, -:-
-:- MANILA CIGARS
Japan and China Teas
ALL KINDS OF PROVISIONS,
Embroideries and Curiosities
Wing Wo Chan & Co.
210-212 Nuuanu Street
SATURDAY, SEPT. 26
Game Called at 3:30 p.m.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
-WHOLESALE DEALER IN-
Japanese Wines, Liquors
Saki a specialty.
ALLLEN ST., Telephone 704.
WW do Massage at Office or at Patient'
Office and Residence: Cor. Nuuanu St.
and Kukoi Lane. Up stairs.
N. F. BURGESS.
Is still at the business, repairing lawn
mowers, garden hose, etc. Lawn mow
ers for rent, bought, sold or exchanged.
Old worn out hose taken in exchange
for labor. Machines called for and re
turned. All work promptly attended to.
Ring up telephone 852. 4396-tf
Y. MAN SING,
FASHIONABLE : DRESS : MAKER
621 FORT STREET.
Dresses made to order. Sewing guar
anteed. Good stitching; if the stitches
break I will repair without extra
charge. Orcfers delivered promptly. I
receive monthly fashion books.
GONSALVES & CO.,
25 Queen Street, Honolulu, H. L
Japanese is. w
The demand for colors, both
water and oil is the surest in
dication of a refined taste among
the ladies of the Islands. We
are in a position to supply the
A full supply of colors,
brushes, oils, varnish and can
vas always on hand.
Picture framing, satisfactory
picture framing, is due largely
to the taste displayed in the
selection of mouldings that
will harmonize with the pic
ture. We hav r the taste and
mouldings, p Let us give you a
WE HAVE MOVED
From our King-street store
to palatial '.quarters in the
Silk and Porcelain Goods of every des
cription, as well as a large assortment of
Japanese Dry Goods.
N.B. Come and see us.
HOWARD & TRAIN.
PATENT AND MECHANICAL
Office Fort street, over Bruce War
ing & Co.
Plans, specifications and details pre
pared and construction of building?
. My stock of Jewelry, Diamonds,
Watches, Clocks, Ornaments, etc.,
Latest Novelties in
Native Jewelry made in unique de
signs. E. A. JACOBSON,
. FORT STREET.
(Wenner's Old Stand.)
Wm. G. Irwin.
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
HONOLULU .. - -
San Francisco Agents The Nevada Bank
of San Franclseo.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
San Francisco The Nevada Bank of San
Loudon The Union Bank of London (Ltd.).
New York American Exchange National
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Paris Comptoir National d'Escompte de
Berlin Drosdner Bank.
llonckonts ami Yokohama Hongkong and
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank of
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of Mon
: ironsflci a General Bankino 8 Excnonae Business
Term and Ordinary leposits Kecelveu.
Loans made on Approved Security. Commer
cial and Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of
Exchange Bought and Sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed' Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 4,600,000
Reserve Fund Yen 4,130,000
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Francisco, Shanghai.
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Transacts a General Banking and Ex
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank,
NEW REPUBLIC Bldg, Honolulu, H. L
COLD WATER PAINT
EmmhIh 1 ly I HUcti(1 for lutdde
Work on Kctor1o and
It is a dry powder which can be
pared for use by simply stirring la
COLD WATER, and can be applied by
anyone, and will always produce good
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
flective and hardens on a w&M like
stone, and will take any tint.
It will last for year and Is unaffected
One coat covers better than two coata
of oil paint or whitewash.
It can be used on any surfaoe and faa
all classes of work, even for the finest
This Is for Outside Work.
Such as Fences, Outbuildings, Labor
ers' Quarters. It is a thick paste to be
diluted with cold water, stands rata
and exposure as well as oil paint, and
costs but a fraction as much.
Adapted for Dwellings. Offices and Pub
lic Buildings or any other place where
KALSOMINE is used. It will not rub.
discolor or scale off.
A new Paint Oil. It comes raw and
boiled ; is superior to linseed, and coven
with one-tbird less lead and pigment to
P. and B. Compounds and Papers.
FOR SALE BY
Afgents for the Hawaiian iHlaudtt.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m. and
1:45 p. m., arriving In Honolulu at 3:11
p. m. and 5:55 p. m.
Round Trip Tickets:
1st Class. 2d Class.
Pearl City $ 75 $ 60
Ewa Plantation 1 00 76
Walanae 1 50 1 26
You Can Get
BOUND VOLUMES OF THK
From 1890 to 1895,
The Hawaiian Gazette Co.
YANASE & CO.
Commission -: Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
PROVISIONS A SPECIALTY.
P. O. Box 189. Mutual Tel. 917
NUUANU AND QUEEN STS.
THIS IS THE TELEPHONE .
NUMBER TO RING UP
If you want any Plumbing. Tin
Work done promptly and properly.
I am prepared to do all kinds of
work in my line at the Lowest Pos
Jobbing a Specialty
JAS. NOTT, JR.,
Tinsmith and Plumber.
1. G. II
Japanese General Me