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THE PACIFY COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 29, 1S93.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 The best at the lowest price at HOPP'S. DON'T PUT IT OFF. The rush for Furni- 0 ture cannot possibly la3t much 0 longer. The goods are selling q too fast. Such extremely low J prices are bound to find plenty 0 of buyers. Come tomorrow, Q j it possible, because your 0 chance3 of getting just what you have set your heart on 0 get slimmer every day you 0 wait. 0 0 This week we are making a epecial run on WHITE EN&MELED DOUBLE : BEDSTEADS. o 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ladies' 2 Correspondence 2 Desks. 2 Just the thing for a maid or 0 matron who has a large corres 5 pondence list or of a literary J turn of mind. 1 HANDSOME o FURNITURE COVERINGS. O You will never see a better J chance to buy Furniture at low prices the lowest of low prices, than right now. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ANY OLD FURNITURE fm Ym trixrmrt new lif linflr our hands. Let us reuphoister any q furniture of yours that needs it. 0 0 0 0 0 0 y.nUrrfflljU. 0 Leading Furniture Dealers, KING & BETHEL STS. oooooooooo FOR May : Goods. ooo In order to accommodate the immense stock of TOYS AND FANCY GOODS we have on sale for the fr-fOL-IDAY "TRADE: T-e will open on SATURDAY at the old Water-house prem ises on Queen Street, for the sale of Christmas Goods ex clusively. At Our No. 10 Store will be found a very large stock of the very best DRY GOODS- We wish to call particular attention to the choice line of TCTTD GLOVES WTE OFFER THIS SEASON. Both Stores Open Nights. E. W. JORDAE O. lO STREET C. BREWER & CO., L'D. r.. craof z Honolulu, H. L BRANCH STORE Vuttll UUV.1 - AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Su gar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Lnderwrit- ers Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS: P C. Jones, President; George H. Robertson, Manager; E- F. BlahP Treasurer and Secretary; Col. w. Ail en, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, II. Watr bvnse, G. R. Carter, Directors. Redd the Hawaiian Gazette (Semi-Wetkiy) 1 naw 1 UiilM i 1 num Crockery ALL GRADES. Glassware ALL KINDS. Lamps, Table Cutlery, Solid and Plated Ware, Agate Ware, Tin Ware, Wooden Ware, Brushes and Brooms, Jewel Stoves FOR WOOD OR COAL. Primus Oil Stoves Gurney Gleanable Refrigerators, and any other article for the , household, AT- LIMITED, w w W W W W WVJ I GET IT AT L WATRRHOTISE'S. a hp.w Mippp.snnns I I I : ! I Among the well Known makes we haye IN COALPORT. Coffee Sets. Tea Sets. Vases. Salad Bowls. Cream Jugs. Plates. I Cups, Saucers, Etc. i FROM MINTON'S. i Trinket Sets. i Jugs. I Candle Sticks. Preserve Dishes. J Fancy Teapots. New Shapes. Vase. J- Trays, Etc. IN WEDGEWOOD. I Flower Pots. ? Vases. 1 Pin Trays and Boxes. Jugs, Etc., Etc. ROYAL CROWN DERBY. Cups and Saucers. I Plates. Jugs. Marmalades. I ALSO Royal Worcester, Doulton, Karlsbad. I An assortment of Cut Glass ? Bottles, Almond Dishes, Flower Tubes, Rose Bowls, Rustic, Glass Flower Tubes and Stand, Etc. 1 I 5 As Grocers we are strictly up I to date, having the best appointed i store in the citv. As many of our i visitors have exclaimed: 44 It's 1 just like San Francisco! ' J. T. 1 I Waverley Block, Bethel Street. I i I I Groceries, Hardware, Crockery. I J Esiatnisnea in issi. leoaera hi 1895. I Will WATERHOUSE w w w w w w w FUNGUS ; Prompt Reply From fasMnnMj Received Here. COFFEE IS HOT IH DANGER. Remedial Suggestions By The Men of Science Cultivation And a Spray. The 'appended letter has ben re ceived by Byron O. Clarke, of the Bu reau of Agriculture here. It is from Washington and is in response to in quiry sent along with some suspi cious" coffee berries. Dear Sir: Mr. F. V. Coville, botan ist of this department, has referred to us your letter of November 1 and three specimens of diseased coffee berries. We have kept the specimens several days in the hope of obtaining some de finite facts bearing on the nature of the trouble and the possibility of in fecting growing coffee berries from the material forwarded. We find associated with the speci mens a fungus, which is doubtless one of the chief factors in causing the dis ease. The fungus is a fusarium, and so far as can be determined has not been reported as occurring on coffee. The spores, or reproductive bodies, of the fungus are quite abundant on the surface of. the berries, and the myce lium, or vegetative portion, penetrates the tissues in all directions. Similar fungi occur in this country on various plants and sometimes occa sion considerable injury under certain conditions of moisture and heat. We see no reason for alarm in this parti cular case, however, and believe that with proper precautions the disease may be held in check. Doubtless sur rounding conditions, such as soil, rain fall, etc., have much to do with the prevalence of the disease, and probably in localities where the rainfall is not so great the fungus would not occur in sufficient quantity to be noticed. In the matter of preventive measure we can only suggest the careful gather ing and destroying of as much of the diseased material as possible, together with the best cultivation under exist ing conditions. By keeping the plants in a good, -strong growing condition, much can be done toward holding the fungus in check. We have had no ex perience in the use of fungicides on coffee, but from the beneficial results in the case of other plants it is prob able that good would follow the appli cation of bordeaux mixture. I sug- aAcf tViof tVio m iv turn lir r?ri rvirl in accordance with the directions given in our Farmers' Bulletin No. 3S, a half dozen copies of which are forwarded to you today under another cover, and that it be applied as thoroughly as pos sible to both the leaves and berries. The first application should be made if possible in advance of the fungus and further treatments every ten days or two weeks, about as suggested for the disease of the grape in the bulle tin sent. Of course in such a case as this experiments will have to be made in a limited way at first and then if the work is found beneficial it can be extended. I also forward you several copies of a circular on a vjenirai amenrait Coffee Disease and trust they may be of interest to you. e shall be glad to furnish any further information in our power and shall be pleased to hear from you as to any experiments m the way of treatment that may be made. Yours very truly, (Signed.) B. T. GALLOWAY. Chief of Division. HAS NOT APPLIED. Jilil Zane Savs. Thoimli. He Is Willing. Judge Zane said to the Salt Lake Tri bune recentlv that as he understood it. Hawaii was to have a Territorial Gov eniment, and the appointment of a Chief Justice would be made by the Governor, whoever he may be. "I have made no application for the position," Judge Zane continued, "but from what I know of it, I would be inclined to take it if it should be offered to me." Judge Zane added that he had not discussed the matter with Senator Cul lom at all. The latter is his old law partner, and when he passed through Odsren with the Hawaiian commission. Judge Zane went to the Junction City to meet him. Their conversation, ac cording to the Salt Laker, had no bearing whatever on the Hawaiian Chief Justiceship, and it was not even mentioned. Hotel Concert. At th? Hawaiian Hotel concert to night, after the eighth number and just before the Star Spangled Banner, the Government band will play The Italian Anthem. The program begins at 7: 00 and is as follows: PART I. O v.e r t u r e Victor K m a n 1 1 1 Chorus Tannhauser Iteminiscem es of Verdi.... . . Kling Wagner Godi'rey (a) Duet Whispering Hope The Misses Keliiaa. b) Ke p Your Promise Jack Miss C. Makawalu. (c) Song Malanai, Pili Aoao Mrs. I. Alepai. PART II. Cornet Solo Don't Be Cross (by re quest) Zelier Mr. Charles Kreuter. Intermezzo Cavalleria Rusticana (by request) Mascagni Selection Italian Melodies . Rempezotti Waltz Morning Papers Strauss The Italian Anthem. The Star Spangled Banner. BERRY i DID VOU EVER SEE A SNOWSTORM IN SUMMER ? "We never did : but we have ?een the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dacdnif that it looked a-, if it had been out in a regular snowstorm. No need of this snowstorm. As the summer sua would ruelt the falling snow, so will Ayer's Hair Vigor r.elt these flakes of d.indrutl in the scalp. It goes further than this : it prevents their formation. It has still other properties : it will restore color to gray hair in just ten out cf every ten cases. And it does even more : it feeds and nour ishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair be comes thick hair; and short hair become 'ocg hair. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., L". S. A. HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents. THE ORPHEUM, FAMILY THEATRE. TONIGHT, FIRST CLASS VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT By the Cleverest ARTISTS OF THE DAY. NEW SONGS, NEW DANCES. ALL STAR PERFORMERS. Reserved Seats on Sale at Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co.'s. Doors open at 7:30. Performance at 8:00. Reserved chairs, 50c; general ad- mission 25c. CHANGE OF BILL WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. T. V. KING, Lessee. J. LAN DO. What better and more useful present can be given to gentlemen than GOOD, DURABLE Furnishing Goods Just received a large consign ment of BOYS' CLOTHING. Successor to L.E.TRACY, I. 0. 0. F. Building, For.T St.. above Kins; St FOR THE HOLIDAYS. A new and handsome line of English and American Suitings Have just been received. n Why not present your father, broth er, and the rest of your male acquaint ances with something durable a3 well as handsome. i K Russian Linen Crash suits, complete for $12.50 per suit. Open evenings till 9 o'clock. S. DECKER, Successor to Medeiros & Decker, Lincoln Block. King Street. $ FOR CHRISTMAS AKD NEW YEAR'S. :2 v v ,i $ FRUIT CAKES, PLUM PUDDINGS, 5 MINCE, APPLE, PUMPKIN AND LEMON PIES AT i 1HE GE 8 .X .X .X b"23 Fort Street. - - Telephone 67- Place your orders early. Hi Y OUTFITTER FURNISHER 18 XMAS- -XMAS XMAS -XMAS XMAS- A5 AN XMAS PRESENT? SHOESIII I CO What to Get and CO A. E. CO FOR MEN. Slippers in Velvet. Slippers in Tapesty. Slippers in Felt. Slippers in Leather. Slippers in Cloth. All Sizes, Colors and Qualities as well as Shoes of all de CO criptions. FOR CHILDREN. p Everything in the Shoe Line that a Child may need, all new CO and pretty. I A. E, MURPHY & CO. CO CO X 205 Hotel Street. I -XMAS XMAS XMAS Christmas Toys, Fancy Goods, Etc. A large assortment just to hand from Europe. ooo- Now on and for BL Hackfeld i Go5 Ltd. Useful Xmas Presents EX ALDEN BESSE. 7111 Lli IHII t'Tl SCHUMAFS ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTHY FILLED. n Plantation Owners, Managers, Agents, And Buyers. . . . -OOO Patronize Home Industry, no need of sending abroad for Harness. With added improvements to my Manufacturing Department and direct importation of material, 1 am now nrp- pared to supply Planters and I i . C T 1IT description or worn, narnebb, vi parts mereor, at tigures mai win Luuijjaic lavuiauic wiui ua2. pnLeb, ana the assurance of a far better wearing article. A full line of Carriage, S Goods. Island orders promptly C. R. COLLINS. ESTABLISHED TELEPHONE 662. P. 0. BOX 496. And Qt Mil -XMAS 1 x CO Where to Get Them? CO TRY MURPHY & CO. ooo CO FOR WOMEN. Boudoir Sandals. Opera Sandals. Louis Sandals. Turkish Slippers. Fedora Slippers. Also Shoes of New Designs and Styles. CO CO i XMAS XMAS XMAS- exhibition sale by . . We are just in receipt of a fine line of New Style Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies AND Stylish Harness from the best known manu facturers in the States. Would it not be better to present a gift of something that would not only be ap preciated, but useful and comfortable ? CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. FORT STREET, ABOVE CLUB STABLES. Agents with any amount and i i! r Harness, Stable and Hor;p and satisfactorily filled. 1891. KIHG ST., near HUDAHU ST. Hawaii.