THE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER.
Great Hotel Street
Hawaiian Souvenir Fans, a handsome present
to send to your foreign friend?
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags,
Fancy Silk Fans, Silks (in piece), Fancy Baskets, Silk
Shawls, Lacquer Ware. Porcelain, Fancy Silk
Shirts, Pajamas, Jewelry, Collars and
Cuffs, Christmas Toys.
HEAVY BLACK FIGURED SILK, From 8? Cents Up.
AT YOUR OWN PRICE;
Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Toys, Dolls, Etc.
Robtosen Bloei, I W A KAMI. Hotel Street.
TABLE CLOTHS, DOYLIES, BUREAU COVERS.
Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs,
Show rooms (upstairs) now open to the public.
Fine Art Screens, Portierers,
Silks and Silk Goods, Porce
lain Ware, Lacquer Ware,
Handsome Kimonos, Paja
mas, Rugs, Etc.
ALL KINDS OF
Don't buy until you have seen our stock.
The goods and prices will suit you.
Branch Hat Store, -
FOR THE HOLIDAYS:
New Importation of
Silk Goods, in the piece, New Porcelain Cups and Saucers,
Decorated Flower Pots,
THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOMEST IN ALL HONOLULU.
W3NG WO CHAIM & CO.
2IO-212 NUUANU STREET.
WILL E. FISHER.
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated.
Full charge taken of property for absentees.
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Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL. MEETING OF
the shareholders of the Hawaiian
Sugar Co., held this day, the follow
ing officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing year:
H P. Baldwin President
W G Irwin Vice President
j p Cooke Treasurer
W. L. Hopper Secretary.
The above named, together with J.
F Hackfeld, C. M. Cook and R. Cat
ton constitute the Board of Directors.
December 22, 1S98.
W. L. HOPPER,
of Christmas Goods.
- - Nuuanu Street.
jTea and Dinner Sets,
Carved Ivory, Rattan Chairs,
Carved Sandalwood Boxes.
For the Holiday Trade.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO. HAVE ON
hand the genuine
Smithfield, Virginia, or Razor Back
Customers are requested to place
their orders early, as the supply is
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
Wages Allowed to City
of Columbia Crew.
Report of D. H. Case, Special Faster-Interest
for a Few Days.
A Few Counter Claims.
The petition of Antone Borba. a
bankrupt, will be heard Friday, the!
13th day of January, 1S99.
Judge- Stanley has approved the sure
ty of $5,000 in. the matter of the deed
of trut from Luukia Mahuka to A.
A decision has been reached in ihe
vity oi voiumbia libel suit for wages.
1 I T J f'l t tx- r - T - i t n ti -ii i f f.. I r,i i f - T" i
nstructions to ascertain and re-!
xact amount of wages due 10 ;
ci ii-eiiants alter anowing an
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the ship, has filed his report, wherein
ic cifi ffri'n tlia .imftiint r, P u-utrac Wiml
to each of libelants, and, in the cases j must be made separately, and each ten
or: Asbahr, Coleman, Peel and Haines, i der should be endorsed: "Tenders for
members of the crew, the amount i Supulies Board of Health"
counter claims presented by the master) ' ' , . .
.s:i:p moaey iaiu ioi nieuieut
services rendered these men at Hilo by
local panics. In the case of Asbahr,
Coleman and Peel, the Court allows
the counter claim, finding that the men
became sick not through any fault of
the tdiip or its master. Interest is al
lowed on the amount found to be due
to each if libelants for actual wages,
but interest runs only from December
12, the date of filing of the libel.
Counter claims against Haines are
not allowed and he. will receive full
A reasonable lee for libellanls'
counsel is allowed, the amount to be
determined hereafter. The case is
ordered rf-openeil for the admission of
evidence that the amount of the fee
may be. determined.
In the opinion of the Court the facts
of the case n-s disclosed by the plead
ings do not bring tie case within those
provisions of the United States Re
vised Statutes which declare a seaman
to be entitled to three months' pay
over and above the wages earned and
due up to the time of his discharge.
The Court sums "up rs follows:
In exercise of the powers of this
Court of Admiralty, however, and tak
ing into consideration all the circum
stances of the case, I allow to each of
the libelants the amount of one
month's pay over and above the wages
due up to December 12t.h. 1S9S.
The decision is by Judge Perry.
. E. D-evaucbelle has been arrested on
a warrant charging assault on a China
man. Acting Marshal Hitchcock has re
stored Bicycle Patrolman Nigel Jack
son to duty.
FOR THE ARREST AND CONVIC
tion of any person found stealing THE
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTIS
ER from residence or place of business
of the regular subscribers.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.. LTD.
THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL,
Vancouver, B. C.
Boarding ;;nJ Day School for Girls.
Course of Studies: English, Math
ematics, Music (vocal and instrument
al), Drawing and Painting, French
German, Latin, Dancing, etc.
Principal to the above.
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TO SUIT THE
Of all c!a?sc?
buy right and we sell right, cj
It's the lively dollar that fci
secures the bisrest values.
We have cheaper ones as
well just a3 good as new
taken in exchange.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
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Mi:tisTr of the
r ti'.I 12 o'clock
noon or" Tuesday. rbruarv 21t
pumping- plant for Honolulu.
Specifications a: o tf.ee of Superinten
dent of Public Works: also at office o:
rlawaiian Consul Genera!. New
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the '.owes: or any bid.
December 2$, 1S?.
J AS. A. KING,
olio Minister of the Interior.
'ENLOS FOR SUPPLIES.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. I.. December 22, 1S0S.
renders will be received at this office
12 o'clock noon. Wednesday, D2-
vemucr --, iy, ior lurnismag the
Bureau of Health with supplies speci-
;n rv. . f,i ., T j.imu-
x months ending June 30,
i-lUS IOr Ut'Jlj Oi CaC SCiieUUie
cept the lowest or any bid.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
ddent of the Board of Health.
Material and supplies of the best
quality for the Leper Settlement, Molo
kai, to l)e delivered in quantities or
dered, and subject to inspection and
approval by agents of the Board of
Health, f. o. b. Island steamers.
Lumber, N.-W., rough, per M.
Lumber, T. and G., N.-W., 1x6, per M.
Lumber, surfaced R. W., per M.
Shingles, R. W., per M.
Battens, VLx3, R. W., per M.
Fence posts. R. W., each.
Doors, 2x3xk 1U in., each.
Window sash, 10x12 and 10x11, per
Nails, iron cut, !'" d. basis, per keg.
.Nails, galvanizes. J d. anil a d., per
Boiled oil. Hubbuck's. per gal.
White lead, Hubbuck's genuine, per
Turpentine, per gal.
Cement, White Bros.'s. Portland, per
Lime, per bbl.
Galvanized iron roofing, 6, 7, 8 and 9
feet lengths, per lb.
Galvanized iron piping, V2 inch, 24
inch and 1 inch, per foot.
PROVISIONS AND SUPPLIES.
Bread, medium, samples to be fur
nished, up to SOI) ca-ses.
Bread, S. P. Am. Bis. Co., up to 30
Baking powder. Royal or Schilling's
Best, 4 oz. tins, up to SO gross.
Bacon, No. 1, sugar cured, up to 40
sides of S lbs., per lb.
Bran, rice, per ton, up to 20 tons.
Bran, wheat, per ton, up to 10 tons.
Crackers, soda, up to 20 cases.
Coffee, green Koua, up to 12 sacks.
Charcoal, guava, up to 200 bag3.
Coal, Departure Bay, short ton, (in
sacks), up to 20 tons.
Flour, No. 1, up to 600 bbis., brand to
Matches, long card, up to 300 gross.
Milk, condensed. Milk Maid brand,
up to 20 cas-?s.
Onions, per lb., up to 12 crates.
Oil, kerosene, up to 300 cases.
Potatoe-s, Island, up to 30 sacks.
Rice, No. 1, up to COO bags.
Sugar, raw, No. 1, up to 200 bags.
Salmon, best red, up to 120 bbls.
Soap, brown, (100 lb. boxes), 2-Ib.
bars, up to 200 boxes.
Salt, coarse, per ton, up to 500 bags.
Starch, Lily Gloss, 1-lb. pkgs., up to
Wheat, up to 40 sacks.
Hay and grain to be delivered at the
Garbage Stables near corner of South
and Queen streets. The tender must
Hay, wheat or oat, up to 150 bales.
Bran, wheat, up to 130 bag's.
Cats, up to 1-jO bags.
Supplies for the Insane Asylum, to
be delivered in quantities required and
subject to inspection and approval of
the Medical Superintendent.
Beef, one fore quarter, rumps and
rounds, per lb., about 150 lbs. per day.
Beef steak, (loin), about 4 lbs. per
Bread, fresh, 1-lb. loaf, aboiit 3G
i loaves per day.
Bread, medium, per lb., about 4 cases
Beans, bayo, per lb., about 100 lbs.
! per month.
Baking powder, Royal, S oz. tins, 1
doz. per month.
Brooms, steamboat or mill, 1 doz. per
Coffee, green Kona, about 100 lbs.
Flour, G. G. or Crown, 1 bbl. per
Onions, 1 crate per month.
Potatoes, Island, 10 bag3 per month.
Pork, extra clear, 4 bbl. per month.
Rice, Hawaiian No. 1, 7 bags per
Salmon, best red, 3 bbls. per month.
Sugar. No. 1, raw. 4 ba-s per month.
China Pouchong, 1 ch?st per
Tornatcvs. canned, per
Coa!, D?parture Bay
dozen, 3 cases
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LOT NO. 15. ESPLANADE, HONO
On Monday, January 23, 1S33, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
the Executive Building, will be sold at
public auction the lease of Government
Lot No. II Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
Term 30 years.
Upset rental $)0 per annum, pay
able quarterly in advance.
This sale is upon the conditions pro
vided for in Sections 2 and 4 of Act
7 of the Laws of ISC'o. viz.:
Section 2. Every such lease shall
contain a covenant on the part of the
lessee that he shall during the first
four years of the term of the lease,
cause to ie erected upon the leased
property a flr?-pro-of building of brick,
stone or metal, in a workmanlike man
ner, satisfactory to the minister, at not
less than a stated cost, and shall keep
the same suitably insured at not less
than two-thirds of its value, for the
benefit of the lessor; and shall keep
such building in good repair during the
remainder of the term of the lease, rea
sonable use and wear thereof only ex
cepted, and in case of damage or de
struction of such building by fire shall
make good such loss or damage by the
necessary repairs or reconstruction, or
else, surrender the insurance to the
Section 1. Every such lease shall
also contain a covenant on the part of
the lessor that apon the request in
writing of the lessee or his representa
tives, before the expiration of the term
thereof, the premises with the im
provements shall, if all of the condi
tions to be performed by the lessee
have been satisfactorily performed, be
put up at auction for a lease for a term
of not over twenty years; unless said
premises shall be required for public
uses, of which the lessee shall receive
at iea-st one year's notice. Such auc
tion sale shall be held not more than
six months nor less than one month
before the expiration of said term.
The cost of the building to be erected
in accordance with Section 2, as above,
to cost not less than $7000.
The material to L used for the erec
tion of said building to be of brick or
Map of this lot can be seen at the
Interior Department, Honolulu, Oahu.
J. A. ICING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 22, 1805.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, are here
by notified that the water rates for the
term ending June 30, 1899, will be
due and payable at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day
of January, 1S99.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
15 days after they are due will be sub
ject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rate3 re
main unpaid February 15th, 1899, (30
days after becoming delinquent) are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the ofSce of
the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
Sup't. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 20, 189S.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes
are from 6 to S o'clock a, m. and from
to G o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and in Nuuanu valley above
School street, are hereby notified that
they will not be restricted to the irri
gation hours of G to S a. m. and 4 to G
p. m., but will be allowed to irrigate
whenever sufficient water is available,
provided that they do not use the water
for irrigation purposes for more than
four hours in every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Work3.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1898.
WHAT CUBA'S LOSS MEANS TO
The loss of Cuba means to Spain the
loss of the very sustenance of the na
tion. Already her tax-ridden people
are crying for bread. In the same way
the loss of your once vigorous appe
tite means poverty and starvation to
your body. If any reader of this pa
per wishes to be as hungry again as
when a child, and wants to fully enjoy
hearty meals, drink Seattle beer. It
cures Indigestion and dyspepsia. On
tap or in bottles at the Criterioo.
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Have been so persistently ad
vertised by us lately, that we
wonder if the public gets tha
impression that other lines
have been neglected.
V e are not a DEPARTS EN 1'
STORE, yet our stock com
prises today, ALL LINES
found in the better c'.as o
Jewelry Stores, and all lines
have had equal attention, and
will be found as complete as
ever. "Fact is:" Many lines
have been greatly agumented
by reoent large importations,
and we are better than ever,
able to cater to your wants.
Recent additions to our stock
of GOLD CASED COMPLICAT
ED WATCHES from SWITZ
ERLAND, makes that an at
tractive line of goods.
Our FINE STRIKING
WATCHES In 18 kt. Cases at
?175 will cost you $50 more
Do you want a better argu
ment to buy now?
50 r r r r r r jr je
A partial list of Authors of Nesr
Books on sale at The Golden Rnla
Bazaar, Fort Street:
Maclaren, Kate Douglas Wlggin,
Mark Twain, Marlon Manville Pope, D.
D. Wells Burrow, Mabie, Jokai, Sien
kiewicz, Hon. James Bryce, Talle
mache, Drummond, Goldwin Smiths,
Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Caskoden,
Henry Inman, Tirebuck, S. R. Crock
ett, Stockton Chapin, Graham, Swift,
Gilder, Harraden, Will Carleton, Kidd,
Scidmore, Wallock, Lummis, Du Maur
ier, Churchill and many others. Suit
able for gifts, besides a good lino of
juvenile and Picture Books.
THE BEST LINE OF FINE LEATH
ER GOODS in the city. DOLLS AND
TOYS of every description. The BEST
GOODS at the LOWEST CASK
PRICES in the City. Give us a call
and judge for yourselves.
J. M. WEBB.
A few lots at Manoa with unsur
passed climate and view. On line ot
proposed Rapid TransiL Easy terms.
Eight and a half acres Improved land
and buildings, Nuuanu Valley. Good
view of harbor and city. Water laid
A few nice town Iota on Beretaala
Street, Ewa side of Geo. Ross.
Small homestead at Kaiihi, well im
proved. Two lots near public school, Kaiihi,
Two Iota on Queen street, 50x100
Twenty years' lease of 148 acres of
Al pasture land In Palolo valley, 1
miles from Waialae road. Fresi?
mountain stream runs through the
Ternia to suit purchasers.
J. H. SCHNACK, or
F. L. DORTCH.
H. MAY & CO.
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