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. T : r . -. i -. . '. p - . v V; V THE PACIFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 16 , 1897. 5 ' HERE THEY ARE! Just to hand W. G. Irwin: per Bgtne. Reed Chairs and Rockers, e EXTENSION TABLES, CHEFFONIERS, BOOKCASES. We have chairs and tables of good quality, to hire for balls, parties or- entertain- ments. J. H0PP & CO. Furniture Dealers. KING AND BETHEL STREETS. Suit Clubs. $1. Per Week. L1EDEIR0S & DECKER THE HOTEL STREET TAILORS. Waverley Block, 11 Hotel St, FOR NATIVE JEWELRY IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS, TRY H. G. BIART'S. 404 FORT STREET. The Queen Hotel NUUANU AVENUE. Large and well ventilated rooms, hot and cold baths. Excellent table and attendance. TERMS: 17.50 and Upwards. CARL KLEMHE, Manager. Telephone, 809. P. O. Box, 46L 1 Liveiy obi Boarding mm Cor. Merchant and Richards Sts. LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. Carriages, Surreys and Hacks at all hours. TELEPHONE 400. - x - , - - ------ Vb -lli c p ID A LOT OF Hatting and Wicker Chairs Will come by S. S. City of Peking on September 14th. Call and examine. YEE SING TAI. FORT STREET. 4: C. D. CHASE. IYMAJIISICALE Real EState AgMt . and Notary Public. 407 Fort Street Telephone 184. WANTED. A nicely furnished house for a few months for a very desirable tenant. A House containing 9 or 10 rooms with good yard. A House containing 5 rooms with stable In yard. Houses For Rent. Building Lots For Sale. C. D. CHASE. Real Estate Agent and Notary Public. 407 Fort Street Telephone 184. ini ai r Nets Are once again rushing in to favor with the ladies of the fash ionable world. 'We have secured a line of the most beautiful silk nets procurable. 5 r In the most delightful shades, came to us by last steamer. There is no color imaginable, but is reproduced in our selection. Sfe fe fi All Our Goods ABE ABSOLUTELY NEW AND IN THE VEBY LAT EST FASHION. Fort Street. Flour ind- OF ALL KINDS. Worsteds! WASHINGTON FEED CO. COR. FORT & QUEEN STS. Telephone 422. Fine Program Arran6ed TT T7 r a. r or r ree concert. First of the Winter Series-All Will Be Welcome Singing Instru mental Numbers. At the Y. M. C. this evening will be given a concert free to the public under the direction of the entertainment com mittee of the organization. It was an nounced several days ago that the best talent the city afforded would be se-4 cured. The program as presented be low shows that this promise has been fufilled. All members of the Assocla tion and friends will be welcome. Two songs (a) To Thee. . Paul Lebrun (bl My Heart in Lupe Hans Dankjerunf Miss W?jd. Piano solo En Valsant B. Godard Mr. Wilcox. Vocal duet A Night in Venice G. Lucantoni Miss Johnson and Mr. Macurda, Viola solo Nocturne Kalliwoda i Professor Yarndley. Piano solo Scherzo .Moszkowski Mr. Wilcox. Duet for 2 violins Piano accomp. Petit Symphony. Ch. Danela Professor Yarndley and Mr. Love. Accompanists Miss Clymer, Miss Patch and Mr. Lampert. Mr. W. A. Love, chairman of the entertainment committee, Secretary Coleman and all the officers and mem bers of the Association wish it under stood that the general public is wel come to this and other concerts that will be announced during the winter. The chief aim of these evenings is to attract to the Association rooms stran gers, incidentally patrons ana inenas are afforded entertainment. An ad mission fee was suggested but the de cision was to make all welcome with out charge. The hall is a large one and effort will be made to accommodate the assured large attendance. This is the first of a series of enter tainments to be given by the Y. M. C. A. during the winter. STRAIGHT BUSINESS, Wm. Eassie Head of a Solid Klon dike Investment Company. Much is being said about Mr. Wil liam Eassie and his determination to go to the Klondike, but the true state of affairs in regard to the project, has not yet been stated. When he goes to the Klondike it will not be in the winter but in the spring when the weather is fit for travel. The decision to go to Alaska was not the impulse of a moment, but the outcome of grave consideration. When he goes up, he will take not only his money, but that of twenty young men who have con fidence in his ability as a miner and as an honest man, the latter of which is more to the point. Each of the men mentioned, has en trusted to his care, the sum of $500 and this he is willing to risk in the hopes of gaining largely from it in the future. He was offered the sum of $100,000 on Kauai by some very well known rich men there but he told them that he would not take their money. It was the interests of the poor men that he wanted to further. T"hp twpntv mPTi Tnpntinnfxl have formed themselves into a company and will have a constitution and by-laws just as any other organization. Mr. Eassie will go to the States very soon and will then seek about for ex pert men to take up with him. He will go to the gold fields and there lo cate or purchase claims. Then he will send down here for the men who have put their money into the venture and, when they go up, it will not be a mat ter of hunting around for a claim and probably getting left, but it will be with the knowledge that there is some thing there to go after. Circuit Court Notes. Upon order of Judge Perry, all the assets of E. A. Jacobsen, bankrupt, were delivered to the assignee yester day. j. Aiirea Magoon has filed a motion to tax attorney's fee, and costs of Court deposited by him at request of libellant m the divorce suit of Maria G. Levinho vs. J. M. Levinho. J. A. Nakookoo has been sentenced to. six months at hard labor and costs. He was ch.arged with attempting to de- iraua tne rax collector. The Sham Battle. A writer in Munsey's for November after speaking of field drill in indoor work, says: "Still, in Pennsylvania, Major General Snowden and his staff who are earnest military students, de veloped a creditable scheme of battle formation. Sham battles are not an proved for militia in limited training period; they amuse the spectators, but are regaraea as demoralizing the men. Sabbath Lawbreakers. In the Police Court yesterday morn ing, twelve cases of drunkenness paid the usual amount into the 'treasury. The cases of the five Chinamen ar rested for violating Sunday law by wuiniug iu meir rice patches, were none pross a. An old offender plead guilty to the charge of drunkenness and had his case none pross d. Cyclomere meets being pan the next narvesi oi .ne cabmen will be the Frawley engagement. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. JDJSL warn MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. In all the great Hotels, the leading Clnbs and the homes, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder holds its supremacy 40 Years the Standard. LEWIS & CO., Agents. Honolulu, H. I. Held His Peace. A native Salvation Army man had a bad fall off a King street car while coming along in front of J. B. Ather ton's home yesterday. He jumped off backwards while the car was still in motion. The result was as usual, 'ine man lay for a half minute feeling his head and then, rising slowly, address ed the car driver as follows: "You no hear me ring the bell." The conductor shook his head and, remembering that he was a member or tne Army, vne native silently walked away. The smallest, simplest and best pro tected post office in the world is in the Strait of Magellan, and has been there for many years. It consists of a small nainted kec or cask, and it is chained to the rocks of the extreme cape in a j manner so that it floats free, opposite Terra del Fueco. Each passing ship sends a boat to take letters out and put letters in. This curious post office is unDrovided with a postmaster, and is, therefore, under the protection of all the navies of the world. Never in the history of the unique "office" have its privileges been abused. Normal In structor. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Notice is hereby given that at the annual meeting of the union eea Comnany. Limited, held at Honolulu on the 13th day of November, 1897, the following officers were elected to serve during the ensuing year: E. C. Macfarlane president W. F. Allen ..Vice-President F. W. Macfarlane Manager and Treasurer F. Klamp Auditor F.lR. Vida Secretary The above-named officers, together wih Mr. . J. F. Hackf eld and , Mr. Geo. H. Robertson, constitute the Board of Directors. F. R. VIDA, Secretary. Honolulu, 13th'November, 1897. 4766-3t NOTICE OF ELECTION. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of Wilder's Steamship Com pany, Limited, held at their office in this city, November 15th, 1897, the fol lowing officers were re-elected to serve during the ensuing year: C. L. Wight..... President J. F. Hackfeld... Vice-President S. B. Rose.... Secretary and Treasurer W. F. Allen Auditor The above-named officers together with J. A. King, W. G. Irwin and Geo. C. Beckley, constitute the Board of Directors. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, November 15, 1897. 4766-3t SEATS NOW READY FOR ALL PERFORMANCES OF The Frawley Company. . From the Columbia Theatre. ' San Francisco, Cal. THE PLAYS FOR FIRST WEEK ARE : Thursday, Nov. 18th, CHRISTOPHER, JR. Saturday Matinee. Nov. 20th. ARABIAN NIGHTS. Satubday Night, Nov. 20th. SHENANDOAH. Prices: 50c, 75c, $1. and $1.50. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS, BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS, And machinery of every description jinade to order. Particular attention I paid to ship's blacksmlthlng. Job work executed on the shortest notice. AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE ON NUUANU ST. OS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, Queen street, I will sell at public auction, 3 PARCELS OF LAND Situated at the rear of the residence of Mrs. Batchelor and connected with Nuuanu street by a 12-foot lane. LOT A is 49.5 feet on Lane, 60.2 of vaqi tA C1 fonf Honn Thorp I i a dwelline house on the lot rentlner for $10 per month. LOT B has a frontage on the Lane of 40 feet and is 84.5 feet deep. Dwell- ing house on the property that rents for $10 per month. LOT C is a fine level lot, having a frontage of 90 feet on Lane and is 53 feet deep. The above property situated ad jacent to Nuuanu street and the ex tension of Vineyard street offers a fine opportunity to procure a home, or as! an investment For further particulars, apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 4764-7t AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE OF Crown Silver, Glass, AND Ghinaware. Under instructions from the Hawaiian Government, I will sell at public auction, at my salesroom. Queen street, Honolulu, On Thursday, November 18, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Glassware, Chinaware, Silverware, and other Historical Articles from the Reigns of the Kamehamehas and Kala- kaua. Articles on view at my salesroom on WEDNESDAY, November 17, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. JAS. F. MORGAN. 4754-td AUTIONEER. AUCTION SALE Of the Property of the KONA, HAWAII. I have received instructions to sell at public auction at my sales room in Honolulu, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, All the property of the above Com pany, comprising about 790 acres of leased lands and 482 acres in Fee Sim ple. Of the above area, about 200 acres are planted in coffee, the trees varying from about 1 year to 5 years in age. There is a large mill on the place, fully equipped, from which an income can be derived in cleaning and market ing coffee from the adjacent planters. The place Is well equipped with water tanks, tools and implements, wagons, horses, mules, manager's and laborers' houses, piping, office furniture, etc, etc. The coffee fields are well fenced and roads built to the various portions of the estate. A large portion of the coffee trees are now in bearing and are nearlng the age to produce maximum crops. For further particulars in regard to leases and all necessary information, apply JAS. F. MORGAN, 4718-td AUCTIONEER. FOR HATCHING. From the following PURE-BRED Fowls of the choicest strains at my Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Black Mlnorcas, Andulasi an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyan dottes and English S. G. Dorkings, Perkin Ducks. Prices furnished upon application. Favors from the other Islands will re ceive prompt and careful attention. A few choice Fowls for sale. WALTER C. WEEDON, 314 Fort St., Honolulu. H. MAY & CO., wholesale and Mil Gn -:- 98 FORT Telephone, 22. : STREET. : P. O. Box, 470. HavQiiDn Gonee and Tea Go. H!l ft LIMITED- OFFER FOR SALE: REFINED SUGARS Cube and Granulated. parafine paint co.'S Paints, Compounds Papers. and BuUdlz3 PAINT OILS. lucoi Raw and Boiled. Linseed Raw and Boiled. TrnTTPTMl? aj-u uahii-u, Water -proof cold-water p&izS. Inside and outside; In white tsd colors. s FERTILIZERS, Alex. Cross & Sons' hlgh-grad Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar cane and coffee. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical fer tilizers and finely ground Bcsa Meal. STEAM PIPE COVERING, Reed'a patent elastic sectional pia coTering. V FILTER PRESS CLOTHS. Linen and Jute. CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS. AGENTS FOR WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO- San Francisco, Cd. BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, ' Philadelphia, Penn U. 0. XL NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO. (ManL "National Cane Shredder"), New York, U. & A, N. OHLANDT & CO., San Francisco, CaL RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTTVTJ San Francisco, CcL. WORKS, JAPANESE EUPORIUU OUR NEW GOODS HAVE ARRIVED AND ARE NOW READY FOR INSPECTION AND SALE. Silk Dress Goods, Silk Handkerchiefs Other Silk Goods. New Beautiful Designs la Plates and Dishes SILK AND COTTON KIMONOS All at Bedrock Prices. Inspect. Call and Wavebley Block. Hotel Street J. M. Webb -OF THE- GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR Has displayed in his FORT STREET; SHOW WINDOW a BEAUTIFUL LINE of Hawaiian Sorair Pins and Guff Buttons Made of HAWAIIAN SILVER COINS ENAMELED in COLORS. Taka a look at them when on Fort Street School Supplies, Books, Stationery, Ofice and Typewriter Supplies. ALL PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT. Refrigerated Poultry -AND Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Metropolitan lleat Company Telephone 45.