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THE PACIFIC COJIMEKCIAI. ADVERTISER : IIONOLULU. JANUARY It, 1S97.
8 1 QUILTED TABLE PADS, Sur.rIor to Table Felt, and Ie-s ex pensive. TO FIT ANY SIZE TABLE. ARRIVAL OF SGRAY Awarded Hlghert Honor World Pair. Qotd Medal, Midwinter Fair. a OIL ROf New InterIsland Steamer From California. For Engines and Cylinders THIS IS THE OIL that Plantation Engineers are calling for. 3IC Mammoth j VMS Quilted Mattress Protectors Every Household Is incomplete with out them. Quilted Nursery Cloth ZC Inches Wide, SZc Per Yard. All the above good3 are entirely new, and are invaluable to every house keeper. They are made of pure WHITE COT TON WADDING, FACED ON EACH SIDE WITH WHITE MUS LIN AND BOUND WITH LINEN TAPE. If you have not already seen the goods, call and Inspect them. J. J. ECaAM Sole Agent Hawaiian Islands. MURATA & CO. JAPANESE SILKS, KIM0X0S, SMOKING .JACKETS. STRAW HATS. Murata's Straw Hat Manufactory, Nuuanu Street, Next to Ahanas. MURATA & Co, Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets. a " 1 j : ms m- 'Mi Fill l W I ! Mil -i- -.mV V.JUVrt. r.t in ' ri: kit tli 1 A. A" ro n g Cut: Will spoil a suit. Our cutting is cele brated. We make clothes fit. MEDEIROS & DECKER. V&F?-. TAILORS NOW IS THE TIME TO IH'Y Japanese Dry Goods and Novelties. AAV ATA PORCELAINS. SILK GOODS, CURIOS. S. OZAKI. Waverley Block, Hotel Street. Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 75 cents a month, delivered by carrier. ilia in id Curios. Goods Sister Ship to Ke Au Hou-Staunch Steamer for Kauai Route. The nw I. I. S. X. Co.'. Scray was telephoned eariy morning, and arrive'! in port about o'clock. She was 11 da lioia San Francisco, having cleared th- Gollin Gate at 10 a. m. of December G"ch. Captain Thompson, formerly of the S. , C. Allen, came down on her as ma?- ter; A. W. Keech officiated as enginf i-r. i and Mate Nicholson, lately of the Til ! lie E. Starbuck, assisted the cajvain as first officer. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Thomas arrived on the Scray. As the little v?sel was not allowed to take passengers fin: San Francisco, the ladies were li-su-d as stewardesses in the crew. The car- ! go of the steamer consisted of 300 tons of general merchandise, consigned to Brewer &. Co. Exceedingly rotig'i weather was encountered on the voy age. Spoke and passed the schooner Emma Jewett at - p. m. January Oth. also en route to Honolulu. The Scray is a sister ship to the Ke Au Hou. and of the same ton.i.ige. length and beam. She was built by Messrs. Hall Bros, at Port Blakely, and ! i m - A ,' I v ff' NEW I. I. S. N. CO.'S STEAMER SCRAY WHICH ARRIVED YESTERDAY received her machinery at San Fran cisco. A. W. Keech, who has be?n -n San Francisco since August 24th last, superintended the construction of the machinery, and the arrangement of it in the vessel. The Scray will be given another name and registered under the Ha waiian flag. Hon. George N. Wilcox will name her. There is considerable speculation along the front as to what proper name he has chosen for the lit tle flyer. Some say it will be John Ena, in honor of the vice presidant of the I. I. S. N. Co., but as yet- Mr. Wilcox alone has the secret. When ready for sea the Scray will probably be put on the Kauai route, running as an extra boat, as the sugar output from that island is more than the pr?sont fleet can handle. 31 AU I ANN EX ATI ONI S TS. Reorganization of Clubs New Names Added. Mat. McCann of Lahaina reports that the annexationists of that district are becoming more interested and are anx ious for a reorganization of the club. He believes the appointment of an en rollment committee would result in a large addition to the membership of the club. At Wailuku John W. Kalua has call ed a meeting of the club, to be held this week. The members are ready and anxious to get to work for the cause. Quite a number of men have signified their intention to sign as soon as the roll is open. Maui has always been considered a district opposed to annexation, but these reports would indicate a change of sentiment. Persons who are troubled with indi gestion will be interested in the ex perience of Wm. H. Penn, chief clerk in the Railway Mail Service at Des Moines. Iowa, who writes: "It gives me pleasure to testify to the merits of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. For two years I nave suffered from indigestion, and am sub ject to frequent severe attacks of pain in the stomach and bowels. One or two doses of this remedy never fails to srive perfect relief. Sold by all drug gists and dealers; Benson, Smith fc Co.. wholesale agents for Hawaiian Islands. CREAM A Pure Crape Creaa of Tartar Powier. 40 Years the Standard. LEWIS &. CO., Aireut). Honolulu, II. I. SUNDAY NIGHT SERVICES. Dr. Emily I. Ryder xit the Chris tian .Mr. Peck's liiblc Talk. Dr. Emily B. Ryder addressed a large congregation at the Caristian Church lasi evening on the subject of "The Fire Worshipers and Mohammedanism in India." The speaker began with the introduction of the religion of Mahomet from Mecca into Hindcostan, and fol lowed its progress uown to the pres ent time. Her description of the an cient temples and other monuments to the enterprising moguls was espec ially interesting. A considerable part of the discourse was devoted to the customs and religious usages of the sect of today. Coming to Bombay, where there are 70.000 Parsees, all of that exclusive sect in the world at the present time, the speaker said the Fire Worshipers were greatly misunderstood by their critics. They worshiped their seven fires as a symbol of the divine process of banishing and purifying the spirit. The large audience listened with great attention through the discourse, which lasted about 40 minutes. Dr. Ryder will be invited to continue the subject at another time in the near future. Rev. H. W. Peck delivered his fourth illustrated Bible talk at the First M. E. Church Sunday evening. His subject was "Ruth and Naomi." About 50 scenes were projected upon the screen, all illustrating important points in the history of the two characters treated. A large audience heard and thoroughly enjoyed the lecture. HORSE SENSE. IF YOUR HORSE COULD SPEAK, these are the first words he would say: "BUY ME THAT BALE OF HAY" That stands outside the Palama Grocery and Feed Store. There is a tint and odor about it that tickles my appetite." Feed delivered to all parts of the city and suburbs. Honest weight at bed-rock prices. TELEPHONE 755. NOTICE. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Kona-Kau Telephone and Tele graph Company, held this day, the following officers were duly elected: G. C. Hewitt President J. A. Maguire Vice President E. S. Aungst. .Secretary and Treasurer M. F. Scott Auditor The above-named officers, with W. H. Greenwell. George Clark and C. M. Walton, constitute the Board of Direct ors. L. S. AUNGST, Secretary and Treasurer. Kaiiua, Jan. 5. 1S&7 4502-4t I i AT- W&ikiki Beach. I am instructed by Mr. F. S. Pratt to dispose of her Walkiki Property at Public Auction, at my Salesrooms, corner of Fort and Queen Streets, On Monday, Jan. 18, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. This opportunity of securing a mag nificent Waikiki Beach Lot is undoubt edly the finest ever offered and most certainly the best chance to obtain a superb Seaside Residence. The loca tion and bathing are par excellence The property is thickly planted with well-grown cocoanut and other tree and well covered with manienie grass The property has been wisely divided to suit the requirements of any intend ing purchaser or can be disposed o in toto. A plan of same may be seen at my Auction Room. For further particulars, apply to W. S. LUCE, 4489-td 1823-td AUCTIONEER. ANOTHER MAMMOTH LAND SALE By Order of MRS. W H. SMITH, Shall Sell at My Auction Rooms On Monday, Jan. 18, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, 1. Valuable piece of land on mauka side of Beretania street, close to resi dence of T. R. Lucas, Esq.,' having a frontage on Beretania street of 100 feet and running through to Kinau street 290 feet, with a frontage of 100 feet on Kinau street. There are three houses on the property bringing in a yearly rental of Sb90, and room ror more dwellings. 2. Valuable homestead on Alapai street, corner Quarry and Lunalilo streets, one block from residence of J. F. Hackfeld, Esq., at present occupied by Jr. E. Nichols, Esq. The house is new with most modern improvements and appliances. Elegantly finished. Cathedral and plate glass throughout, something novel and grand. 3. Most valuable property on Fort street, adjoining High School grounds, with two fine dwellings on same, al ways occupied and commanding fine rentals, owing to the nearness to the city and unequaled locality, being on high ground and drained to the street. This is undoubtedly the finest offer made to the public for some time past, giving anyone a chance for a town or suburban residence, or a speculator a surety of handsome returns on his investments, especially as the locali ties are of the best and none other available in the vicinities. Insurance is prepaid on all buildings for two and a half years to come and water rates to July 1st. Titles perfect. Terms: Cash in U. S. Gold Coin. Deeds at expense of purchaser. For further particulars, apply to . W. S. Luce. 449S-td AUCTIONEER. Moil Tflilpois liiafj AcDdeoiy. San Itafrtel, California. A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Thorough instruction in all English Branches, Classics, Science. Fifteen Teachers, Regular Army Of ficer Detailed by War Department, Ac credited by State University. Special Attention Given to the MOR AL and PHYSICAL Training of the Boys. For Information and Testi monials, Address ARTHUR CROSBY, A. M., Head Master. References: Hon. H. W Schmidt, Bruce Cartwright, Esq., Honolulu. Sugar Are using the TROPIC Engine and Cylinder Oils, and we have yet to hear of a case where it has not given perfect satisfaction. The TROPIC is a pure, unadulterated lubricator, and Is fully war ranted to be of the highest possible grade and to give flrst-clasa satisfaction in every particular. It is made at one of the best Oil Refineries in Cleveland, Ohio, and is shipped direct to Honolulu without passing through the hands of any Middle-men, and we Bell in original packages, barrels or cases. The great success that the TROPIC OIL has met with, during the past season, ought certainly to recormrend it for use in every Sugar Mill. We have just received ex Bark "Edward May" a fresh supply from Cleveland, and can supply immediately, or at any time specified, any quantity required. HALL'S ALUMINUM CAUE KNIVES Are being used on over THIRTY PLANTATIONS. They are made by H. Disston & Sons of Philadelphia, and are acknowledged by them to be the best knives they ever turned out. They are made of Aluminum Steel, with Apple-wood handles, secured with four rivets, and hang easier in the hand, when in use, than any other Cane Knives. The fact that the cane cutters prefer these knives to all others, because they do not tire their hands, and they can do much more work in a day, Is sufiicient guarantee of their superiority. We have just received over a hundred dozen from the Factory, and can supply Plantations now or at any time during the coming season. Plantations that have not yet tried them, should send for a sample lot, and give them a trial. We have them with the hook and without. E. O. HALL & SON, LIMITED. Administrator's Sale -OF- : Pf EI In pursuance of an order of the Cir cuit Court of the First Circuit, the un dersigned will sell at public auction at the auction rooms of J. F. Morgan, Honolulu, On Saturday, Jan. 16, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. The following described premises sit uate on the southeast corner of Spen cer avenue and Magazine road, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of Spencer avenue and Magazine road and running S. 13 deg., 45 min. E. true 100 ft. along Magazine road; N. 76 deg., 15 min. E., true 75 ft along lot 446; N. 15 deg., 45 min. W., true 100 ft. along lot 448; S. 76 deg., 15 min. W., true 75 ft. along Spencer avenue to initial point. An area of 7,500 square feet. Together with a WOODEN BUILD ING and all improvements thereon; the grounds are well planted with fruit and ornamental trees. The sale is subject to an unexpired lease assigned to Dr. N. Russell, the same ending on the 4th day of August, 1897, at a monthly rental of $20. TERMS: Cash in U. S. Gold Coin. Conveyance at the expense of the purchaser. J. M. CAMARA, Jr. Administrator Estate of Querino Fer- nandes. Sale subject to approval of the Court. JAS- F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. 4498-td icp f rn'e Job ill 1 0 n S REED and OAK' Rocking : Chairs CHAMBER SETS, TABLES, EASELS, MIRRORS, ETC., ETC. Furniture of All Kinds flu b H. H. WILLIAA1S. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets. TELEPHONE 840. I i riinuminr vmnr ruiiiuitt hu . S s ir ifCjiI A Model Plant is not complete with out Electric Power, thus dispensing with small engines. Why not generate your power from one CENTRAL Station? One gener ator can furnish power to your Pump, Centrifugals, Elevators, Plows, Rail ways and Hoists; also furnish light and power for a radius of from 15 to 20 miles. Electric Power being used saves the labor of hauling coal in your field, also water, and does away with high priced engineers, and only have one engine to look after in yofar mill. Where water power is available it costs nothing to generate Electric Power. THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM PANY is now ready to furnish Electric Plants and Generators of all descrip tions at short notice, and also has on hand a large storck of Wire, Chandel iers and Electrical Goods. All orders will be given prompt at tention, and estimates furnished for Lighting and Power Plants; also at tention is given to House and Marine Wiring. THEO. HOFFMAN, Manager. Razors Honed. PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Proprietors. Razors Honed. SHORTHAND INSTRUCTION By a Practical Court Reporter. Ladies and Gentlemen desiring to learn Shorthand in the quickest timo and briefest style, will please commu nicate with P. MAURICE McMAHON. Care of W. R. Castle.