THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER. 27, 1S9S.
SALE OF LANDS
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New Prices Develop at an
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Boys' White Sailor Suits, long and knee
Boys' Fancy Wash Sailor Suits, knee pants.
Boys' Blue Serge Middy Suits.
Boys' Blue Sailor Suits.
Boys' Fancy Worsted, Junior Suits.
Boys' All-Wool Fancy Sweaters.
Boys Star Shirt-Waists, white and colored
Boys' Straw Hats.
Boys' Pearl Felt Fedora Hats.
Boys' Fancy bows and Widsor Ties.
Our Boys' Duck sailor and Middy suits run
from 3 to 8 years.
5 See our Corner Window display.
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Should ba put in thro Jgh repair before you are washed
out during the heavy rains that may be expected at any
I stand ready to do any necessary repairs required.
Remember the heavy storm last year that did so much
75-79 KING ST.
TEL: NO. SI
H- H. WILLIAMS.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING. 534-536 FORT ST. Il
Telephone 84G. I
Residence, 777 Fort St., JSext Door Itelow Fort St. Ilouse. Tel 849. S
Importer of Machinery
212 QUEEN ST. - - - - HONOLULU.
ATTON, WEILL & CO.
213 Queen St., fcet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu.
invito Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestings Made to Order; Samples on Hand.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TEL. 410.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and Kingr Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Toeeries, Provisions and F
General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods.
New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California,
Eastern States and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fisb.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Island Trade Solicited.
P. O. BOX 145. :::::: TELEPHONE 92.
Comparison With the Old A Japa
nesg Syndicate Nahlku and KI-hei-Bark
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MAUI, Dec. 23. The afternoon of the
17th, a public sale cf Government
lands was held at the office of Sub
Land Agent V. O. Aiken, of Paia. The
lands sold were lots Xos. 9. 3S and 35
of the Nahiku lands. Lot No. which
had been forfeited by its former own
er (a Portuguese who had failed to
fulfill the conditions under the Home
stead Law) was sold to Police Justice
W. A. McKay, of Wailuku. for $lt7.0.
It contains an area of 'Jo acres. Lot
Xo. 3S. 4-ontcUiiing' nn area of lOs'-i
acres, was sold to K. M. Hanuua, of
Hana, for $010.. This lot is heavily
wooded. Lot Xo. 39 was sold to Ju
taro, a prominent Japanese employee
of Hamakuapoko plantation, for $4u3.
Its area is 40 acres. The bidding was
very lively, representatives of Paia,
Wailuku. Honolulu and Hana people
taking part. The prices prevailing at
the sale are most remarkable and sig
nificant when compared to the $3 or $4
an acre formerly paid for th-e same
kind of lands. It was reported that a
syndicate of Japanese was ready to
pay $2,000 for Judge McKay's lot but
was deterred by the belief that aliens
were ineligible as bidders.
Lahaina has been filled with strang
ers during the last two weeks and
more, but today ends the December
term of court both native and foreign
juror:- being excused.
The Wailuku plantation began grind
ing on the 19th.
Wednesday, the 21st, a U. S. Volun
teer, very straight and very tall, made
quite a sensation among Makawao
school children, who saw a real sol
dier for the first time in their lives.
It was Mr. Spraul, of the Engineers,
who had walked to and fro from Hale
akala dressed in uniform with a heavy
knapsack fastened to bis back.
Kihci plantation already has an em
bryo village. viz: Four laborers
houses, a manager's residence, a club
house and a large stable.
The bark Hesper, from Honolulu, ar
rived in Kahului, the 22nd.
Maui presents the compliments of
the season to island friends.
Weather Very eool during the
week. A slight fall of snow on the
summit of Haleakala, Wednesday, tly3
21st. The thermometer registered C9
degrees at Haleakala Dairy.
Pretty Church Marriage of Popular
On Christmas Eve at S o'clock at St.
Andrew's Cathedral, the popular and
efficient young Deputy Marshal,
Charles Frederick Chillingworth, and
Miss Anna Victoria Stratemeyer were
united in marriage, the ceremony be
ing performed by the Rev. Vincent H.
Kitcat. Though the affair was an
nounced as private it was impossible
to keep away from the church the
friends of the young couple, who were
there in large numbers. The strains of
the Lohengrin ilridal March announced
the arrival of the bride, who, leaning
on the arm of her father, Geo. C.
Stratemeyer, the well known Port Sur
veyor, slowly walked to the chancel up
the center aisle, where stood the bride
groom and the officiating clergyman.
As the interesting ceremony proceed
ed Wray Taylor played very soft
music on the organ, including De Kov
en's "Oh Promise Me." Miss Mary
Chillingworth, sister of the bride
groom, was bridesmaid, and Mr. A. L.
C Atkinson. Deputy Attorney General,
the best man. The bride looked very
pretty in her becoming bridal costume
and the wedding ceremony was a very
interesting one, joining together as it
did two very popular young Hawaiians.
Mendelssohn's Wedding March and Ha
waii Ponoi were played at the conclu
sion of the ceremony after the newly
.married couple had affixed their sig
natures to the register. A reception
followed at the home of the young
couple on Emma street.
THE SAILOR DROWNED.
Swam for His Hat and Was Over
come by Breakers.
Xakookoo. one of the crew of the
steamer Iwalani, was drowned at Ki
lauea. Kauai, December 22nd. The boat
which he was in upset and the sailors
with much difficulty, Xakookoo being
among them, swam to a sand spit,
where, they were secure. In the strug
gle through the breakers Xakookoo
had lost his hat and insisted on again
making out to sea for it. He plunged
into the surf, which was boiling around
the spit, and never came to the surface.
It is supposed he was covered with the
sand with which the water was thick
at the time and could not make head
way. Search was made for the holy
but of no avail.
Xakookoo has been a sailor for the
Wiiuer's Company for the past seven
years, only leaving them a few week?
ago to sign with the Inter-Island Com
pany's steamer Iwalani. He was many
years with the Kinau and considered
one of the most skillful of the men in
swimming through the breakers. The
water around the Hawaii coast was
deep, however, and he had no treach
erous sands to encounter, which prob
ably in the end cost him his life.
Xakookoo had several sailor broth
ers belonging to the island steamers.
His family lives in Manoa valley.
A box of our candies make3 a most
acceptable Xmas present.
XEW ENGLAND BAKERY.
The Emporium is one of the largest and by
far the handsomest store in America. The several floors cover manv acres of
space and the following list gives a fair idea of what we have to
Stoves ami Manges
Silver and Plated Ware
Tin and Agate Ware
Trunks and Valises
Teas and Cotfeesi
Wools and Worsteds
Wines and Liquors
An important branch of this great business is the Mail Order Service managed by an expert, assisted
by a large corps of competent mail order people. The same low prices that visitors to the store enjoy, are
charged to customers at a distance. Goods are shipped the day order is received or on first out-going;
steamer thereafter. The Emporium Economist, a 130 page book in beautiful 7 color cover, contains 1500
illustrations. It gives the lowest price for everything to wear, eat, drink or use in your home and tells how
to shop satisfactorily by mail. Mailed free to any address on application to the
Correspondence Department The Emporium and Golden Rule Bazaar,
San Francisco, Cal.
Artists Material Cakes Japanese lioo is
Uicycles Confectionery Knit Underwear
laby Carriages California Souvenirs Lamps
Baskets Dry Goods Iaees
Kric-a-brac Iress Goods leather Goods
IJar Supplies Domestics Ladies Tailoring
P.lankets, Comforts Drugs Lace Curtains
Books Draperies Medical Books
Bird Cages Decorative Art Goods Millinery
Butterick Pattern-; Furs Muslin Underwear
Cameras and Supplies Furniture Men's Furnishings
Crockery Gas Lamps Notions
Cutlery Glassware Ornaments
Chinese Curios Gloves " Optical Goods
Cloaks, Suits Graphophor.es Pictures
Corsets Groceries Picture Frames
Carpets Household Goods Photographs
Clocks Hardware Perfumery
Clothing Hoisery Paints and Oils
Cigars and Tobacco Hats Men's. Boys' Kugs Linoleums
Candv . Infants Wear Sheet Music
Executor's Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
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By order of John F. Coiburn, executor of the will of Antone Rosa, late
deceased, acting under order of the Probate Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
I shall, at 12 o'clock neon
ON SATURDAY, THE 7TII DAY OF JANUARY, 1899,
At my auction room in Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder, all of
the right, title and interest of the said
Antone Rosa and his estate in and to
that certain real estate and fishery
bounded and described as follows:
1st. Those certain 2 apanas of land
situate at Kalihi, being covered by L.
C. A. No. 1,049, It. P. No. 4,976, to Kea
wepoepoe no Keaka, containing an area
of 5 S6-100 acres more or less.
2nd. The sea fishery of Kaalawal,
being a portion of L. C. A. No. 6,252, R.
P. No. 5,552, to Kekuhiko.
3rd. A portion of L. C. A. No. 8,559
B Apana 32 Iliaina of Kapahulu to W.
C. Lunalilo, situate at KaalawaJ, East
of Diamond Head, being subdivided
into 8 building lots.
The lots at Kaalawal lie beyond Ka
piolani Park, a short distance beyond
the residence of President Dole and in
the immediate vicinity of the resi
dences and lots of Cecil Brown, J. A.
Magoon, T. R. Walker, P. M. Swanzy,
and other permanent residents.
The soil is good and water is obtain
able on the lots in wrell3 only a few
feet deep. There is access to the
beach from all of the lots.
There is a fair carriage road to the
lots from the Park.
The fact that almost all of the beach
lots at Waikiki have been sold to per
manent residents renders this an ua
usually fine opportunity to secure eood
beach lots; an opportunity not Ukciz
to recur again, for present porchi
of beach lots buying for their own
and not for sale.
Sale subject to the confirmation of
Deeds at expense of purchasers.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Photographs On Silk!
THE VERY LATEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY.
Thev are rich in color and verv
like old masters in tone and effect.
M CARDS FOR GHRiSTHAS GREETINGS.
Corner Fort ani Hotel Streets
CHRIST" eans fr our patrons
MAS fiine selection of . . .
AT TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS and
GARES' F0WLS of a11 kind5-
ROAST SUCKLING PIG.
You will confer a favor by placing
your order as early as possible.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
214 Nuuanu St. Tel.
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES,
Fairbanks-Morse Wind Mills,
Gas and Gasoline Engines,
Railroad Supplies, Trucks, Etc.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue to
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO
310 Market Street, San Francisco.
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Gas and Gasoline
THE UNION GAS ENGINE COMPANY.
Engineers and builders of the "Union" Gas, Gasoline and Oil Engines, Launchw,
-: Pumps, Air Compressors and Heists. :
OFFICE: 309 HOWARD STREET. SAN FRANCISCO'J
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