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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU. NOVEMBER 6. 1897.
GRAND ii -AT- CYCLOMERE PARK. SEASON OF THREE WEEKS SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 6, AT 8 P.M. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P. M. General admission, 25c. Admission and Grand Stand, 50c. Boxes for par- . ties 01 six or nine. Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co. 'BUSSES RUN TO THE GATES. Gingersn&ps ! Gingerbread! To lovers of hard, crisp Ginger-snaps and nice, soft Ginger-bread, we wish to state that we have them to perfection. We also carry and make cakes of all kinds. Give us a trial. Our goods are not a concoction of cheap talk and Ignorance, but are the result of 16 years of ex perience, and only good material Is used. Our Bakery Is kept scrupulously clean, and you certainly will appre ciate this. Yours, the GERMAN BAKERY The Only Progressive Bakery in Honolulu. Manufacturers of Quaker, Steam, Ralston Health and Rye Breads. 833 Fort St. Telephone 677 M. R. COUNTER, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweler . and Optician, Begs to state to the citizens of Hono lulu and the Islands that he Is prepared to manufacture any article In the Jew elry and Medal line, fit Spectacles to all sights, repair fine and complicated Watches; also, ordinary Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Prices as low as the lowest consist ent with good workmanship and qual ity of material. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction and done promptly on time. Mail orders solicited. P. O. Box, 287. 607 FORT ST. : HONOLULU, H. I. 4727-lm Choice Eggs For Hatch ingl Eggs Supplied from the Following Pure-Bred Fowls: Brown Leehorn. White Leghorn and Barred Plymouth Rocks, at $2.50 per dozen: Buff Leghorn. Black Minorcas, Andulasian and Wyandotte-Dorklng Cross, at $3.00 per dozen: English S. G. Dorking, (5.00 per dozen; Pekln Duck. $1.00 per setting of 10. Favors from the other Islands will receive careful packing and be filled in the order in which they are received. A few choice fowls for sale. W. a WEEDON, Honolulu. LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000 Paid Up Capital " 7,500,000 Reserve Fund " 5,464,000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kobe, London, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Bombay, Hong Kong. Transacts a General Banking and Exchange Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank: New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I, FOR RENT! All Descriptions of Repai Work Executed by a Practi cal Machinist. J. T. LUND, Opp. Club Stables. Fort Street. CHINESE BAZAAR. NEW RATTAN CHAIRS; FINE PORCELAIN CUPS AN SAUCERS; CHINA AND JAPAN SILKS: JHATTING; EMBPOIDERIES AND CURIOS in tt ii lie wim w WING WO CHAN & CO. 210-212 Nuuanu St. WE GAVE SOME of the merchants a "BRUSH" last week we wiil give you twenty kinds of BRUSHES this week, (?c. upwards), Paint or White- wash. Special Sale Goods one to each customer: Medium-sized Hammers, 15c Medium-sized Hatchets, 15c. Steel Screw Drivers, 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c 8-oz. Tinned Carpet Tacks, 5c Rim Knob Door Locks, 20c. 8-inch Steel English Shears, 25c. C-inch Steel English Shears, 15c 6-inch Nicholson's Saw Files, 5c. 5 6-inch Rule Carpenters Pencils for 5c. A Carpenter's Pencil for a cent is one of our bargains you should not miss. Don't risk sending around or these bargains, but come yourself--"There are others." We are setting a scorch ng pace in our line. Don't we deserve your patronage? W. W. DIMOND 4 CO. VON HOLT BLOCK. EX "DORIC:" Ladies' and Gents' All Sizes and Prices in Crepe or Silk. Table Napkins, In Beautiful Designs. K. IWAKAMI, Hotel St. Robinson Block Framed And Unframed PICTURES EASELS, WINDOW POLES, WALL BRACKETS. ! COLORED AND UNCOLORED. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. KING BROS' Art Store. no HOTEL ST. so LIMITED Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. KIIOHOS Hi m IIS MATERIALS OSOIILtQlBd SOLtO W FOR LITTLE ONES Meeting of Kindergarten Supervisors. The Palama Chapel School Taken Over Committee Changes-A New Teacher. Quite a volume of business was dis posed of at the meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Free Kindergar ten Association, held at Queen Emma hall yesterday forenoon. Mrs. W. F. Allen was in the chair in the absence of Mrs. Hyde, who is in Japan. The Association decided to assume responsibility for the Palama chapel kindergarten. It is believed that the extra financial strain can be stood without much difficulty. Miss Pope, lately from Chicago, is in charge here. She is a sister of Miss Pope of the Ka- mehameha Girls' School. The use of the chapel is given by Central Union Church, which also subscribed $200. A number of committee changes were made. Mrs. H. W. Schmidt becomes the head of the Foreign work in place of Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh, who was unable to longer perform the work. Mrs. T. May is added to the committee. Mrs. A. B. Wood succeeds the late Mrs. Henry Waterhouse on the Japan ese committee. Mrs. C. B. Cooper has taken the place of Mrs. O. P. Emerson on the publication committee. Mrs. Tarbell proposes an afternoon class in the Portuguese department, wbere there are 66 little children. As many more will come if the opportuni ty is afforded. An encouraging report was received from Ewa. The visiting committee spoke of progress being made in every quarter. Both the popu larity and usefulness of the free kin dergartens are increasing. Hereafter the salaries of teachers will be graded according to examina tion standards. Miss Bray goes from Palama to the Hawaiian room at Emma Hall to take the place of Miss Kinney, who has resigned. The Association has received from all sources during the past month the sum of $1,061. A GOOD MAN. Frank Ferreira 'ow on Duty as a Police Officer. Frank Ferreira, known tp many peo le as the famous runaway catcher, is now a full fledged police officer and came out in his blue suit and shining badge for the first time yesterday. He will be a general handy man about the police station translating when occa sions arise or stopping runaway horses as of yore. However, he will be more or less under Hack Inspector Macy as he is very familiar writh horses and the hack business. Ferreira will make a good officer as he is quick to act and has been work ing long enough for others to know how to obey orders. BEEVES STAMPEDE. Chase in Water and on Land for Half Wild Steers. Alex. Dowsett and twenty native cow boys were engaged in bringing up fifty head of cattle from Puuloa Ranch yes terday morning and had almost reach ed their destination at Iwilei, when nineteen head broke away. Some start ed on a run back to Puuloa while others made for the water. The chase to get back the unruly beasts was an exciting one, especially when they got out into deep water. After much work most of the runaways wrere gathered back again into the herd. Sunday's Concert. On Sunday afternoon, November 7, at 3 o'clock, at Makee Island. PART I. The Old Hundred. Overture The Mill on the Cliff Reissiger Cavatina Siege of Harlem Verdi Fantasia In the Green Park..Lange Grand Selection Faust Gounod PART II. Cornet Solo That Low, Soft Refrain Itzel Mr. Charles Kreuter. Melodies of Northern Europe. .Kuhner Chorus Tannhauser Wagner Overture Murmuring Forest. Bovillon Hawaii Ponoi. Which Day? Hawaiian Independence Day the 28th Inst., fall this year on Sunday. This is the anniversary of the recogni tion of the autonomy of this country by England and France. It is a legal holiday. Whether Saturday or Monday will be designated by the Republic for the off day is not yet known. This is said to largely depend upon the desires of the First Regiment as to the pro posed sham battle. If the soldiers wish the outing in the hills near Punahou on Saturday the 27th, that will be the holiday. New Fire Station. Chief Hunt expects to move the bell tower fire fighting plant to the new central station at the corner of Fort and Beretania about the last day of this month. Rush work Is now being done to complete the furnishing, etc., at the new stone house. Everything to be used will be of the very lastest and most approved design and materi al. An asphalt covering is now being iaia over ine concrete noor. Earthquake in Fiji. On October 15 a severe earthquake stirred up things in Suva at about 9 o'clock in the evening. The shock was SUNDAY SERVICES. Central Union Church, corner Bere- tania and Richards streets. Douglas P. Birnie. minister. Services Nov. 7: 9:55 a. m., Sunday school and Bible classes; 11:00 a. m., Public worship and sermon followed by reception of mem bers and the Lord's Supper; 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting; 7:30 p. m.. Public worship and sermon: "Equality According to Bellamy and Equality According to the Gospel. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Missionary meeting. Paper: "The Church in Italy." Sunday Schools: Portuguese on Punchbowl and Hotel street Mis sion at 2:30 p. m.; Palama Chapel, Rev. J. M. Lewis in charge, 9:45 a. m., Sun day school; 7:30 p. m., Gospel service; Friday, 7:30 p. m.; Prayer meeting. A welcome for all at every service. OOO Methodist Episcopal Church, G. L. Pearson, pastor. The public is cordi ally invited to attend the following ser vices tomorrow: Public worship with sermon, 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day school, 10 a. m., and Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. Midweek service, Wednesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. OOO Christian Church, corner King and Alakea streets Preaching at 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by Evangelist Gar vin. Morning theme: "God's plan for guiding his people." Evening theme: Meeting, 6:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Friday, 2:30 p. m. OOO Salvation Army Over I X L Store. Adjutant and Mrs. SImonson In charge. Meetings every evening at 8 p. m., ex cept Tuesdays; Sunday at 7 and 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Friday evening and Sunday at 11 a. m., holiness meetings. CIRCUIT COURT. W. O. Smith for a Bishop Estate Trustee A Bankruptcy. Some time since S. M. Damon signi fied a desire to resign from his position as trustee under the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Yesterday a motion was filed in the Circuit Court by W. F. Allen, J. O. Carter and S. M. Damon for approval of the accounts of the trustees and the appointment of W. O. Smith as trustee in place of S. M. Damon. P. L. Weaver was appointed assignee of E. A. Jacobson, a bankrupt, yester day. Sarah J. Grace has filed a petition to be appointed administratrix of the es tate of John Grace, estate valued at $5,080. VOLCANO OFF SUVA. Crater Thought to be Throwing Out Stones. The steamer Rakanoa, which arrived in Suva, Fiji, on October 20, reported that on the week before, an island some few miles to seaward, along the Nadi coast, was in active eruption. It was observed by the passengers on board. The volcano seemed to be well lighted up and the crater had the appearance of throwing out large stones. The Fiji Times is of the opinion that the island must be Vamo which is in that vicinity, Vamo contains a volca no but it has been thought to be ex tinct. The Times is rather inclined to doubt that what the passengers saw was a volcano and asks that the report be confirmed. J)s Crack Squad. These are the men of Company D, N. G. H. to meet the B eagle-eyes at the Kakaako range this afternoon. Sam Johnson, sergt; P. H. Burnette, sergt.; W. Butler, W. W. Harris, W. J. Smith, Capt. O. Bergstrom, M. W. Ber- gan, C. B. Lemon, H. Cooke, Corp. Bovd, C. J. Willis, L. D. Timmons, Lieut.; W. H. Smith, E. Devauschal, F. R. Vida. Substitutes: W. Lyle, Sergt. Short, H. Zerbe, C. Mitchell, J. B. Gorman. At St. Andrew's. At the 9:45 o'clock service of the Second Congregation of St Andrew's Cathedral Sunday morning, there will be a celebration of the Holy Commun ion. The service to be sung by the choir will be Hart in D throughout. In the evening at 6:30 o'clock the male surpliced choir will render a full musi cal service with processional hymn. THE CLUB STABLES (Limited) Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477. PROMPT SERVICE. STYLISH TURN OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS. We are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good service is what we depend upon to get it. Drs. Rowat and Karr are always in attendance at the Stables. Hack Stand Telephone, No. 319. Hacks Nos. 45, 62, 63, 65, 70, 73, 97. C. H. BELLINA, Manager. ON HAND: A SHIPLOAD OP NITRATE OF SODA An Excellent Fertilizer for Rattoons and Early Cane, And in the Dry Season. Advance orders filled as received from the wharf. For further details address Hawaiian Fertilizing Company Livery BOHi soles A. F. COOKE, Manager. P. O. Box 136. Honolulu. Correspondence solicited. Taking Chances. ' JOSH BILLIXGS onco said, "If I wiiz called upon to weap over tlie body of a ded mewl, I would shed mi tears over his lied." Even though every appearance in dicated that the mule was dead, Josh wasn't taking any chances, by getting near the dead mule's heels. NO MAX SHOULD TAKE CHANCES when there is a certainty to be had. Buy your Shoes from Mclnerny Shoe Store, and get every cent of value for your money, and you'll have no need for weeping. IMiierny Mammoth Shoe Store; The Ming' Still Leads George Sharrick, with a sprained foot, took second in the Third-mile, and third in the Two-mile Handicap, starting from scratch. George Martin took Second place in the Mile. Fred Damon won the Half-mile Amateur, and Mile Amateur, starting from scratch. STERLING ROADSTERS are as strong and easy-running on the road as the Racers are on the track. Sold on the instalment plan, oi a discount for cash. HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT dastle & Cooke, Ld. F. C. ATHERTON. Agent. Try the 'Sterling' Tandem these Moonlight Nights. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED. A SUPPLY OF THE SPECIAL Aluminum Which we have had manufactured for this market It is light, well balanced, and specially tempered. The great success attained by the . NEW IMPROVED Planters' Hoe Gives us confidence to recommend this new Cane Knife. We have lately received a large supply of Carpenter's and Mechanics' Tools, Shelf Hardware, Portable Forges, Anvils, Vises, Road Scrapers; Stone, Blacksmith and Drill Ham mers, Etc. Also a line of Toledo Razor-Blade Pocket Knives. KINDLY CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. Pacific Hardware Co., Ld. To the Public PABST BREWING CO.'s F AMOUS MILWAUKEE IS NOT offered to the public in competition with cheap brands. It Is Absolutely the Best! And for purity, it stands un challenged, and is sold at fair market rates -BY (1 u BEER I m Limited, Sole Agents. .....- -.1. d. IMPROVED Cane Knife IIS L In one of our windows we are dis playing a few samples from which our Holiday'stock of "'"' ' CALENDERS AND CHRISTMAS CARDS were selected. Santa Clans Headquarters Has always carried the largest and most select stock of TOYS in the city. This year we have had the advantage of buying early and direct from the manufacturers. We have large invoices of Dolls direct from Europe's Doll Centre and others on the way from Eastern Markets. The S. S. Australia will bring us our first invoice, comprising in part, Fine Leather Goods, Novelties, Books, Fancy Goods, Tissue Paper, Stylish Station ery, New Games, Etc., and everything in the Toy line. 1 k PACIFIC COAST DIARIES FOR 1898 ALREADY ON HAND. We respectfully ask our patrons to examine our extensive stock before purchasing elsewhere. WATCH THIS SPACE. I AN TA GLAUS HEADQUARTERS HOLLISTER & CO., - - AGENTS. the most violent in the hills.