THE PACIFY COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 29, 1S93.
The best at the lowest
price at HOPP'S.
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
This week we are making a
epecial run on
DOUBLE : BEDSTEADS.
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.
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.
ANY OLD FURNITURE
fm Ym trixrmrt new lif linflr
our hands. Let us reuphoister any q
furniture of yours that needs it.
Leading Furniture Dealers,
KING & BETHEL STS.
May : Goods.
In order to accommodate the
immense stock of
we have on sale for the
T-e will open on SATURDAY
at the old Water-house prem
ises on Queen Street, for the
sale of Christmas Goods ex
At Our No. 10
Store will be found a very
large stock of the very best
We wish to call particular
attention to the choice line
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
Vuttll UUV.1 -
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
Agents Boston Board of Lnderwrit-
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
1 UiilM i
Solid and Plated Ware,
Brushes and Brooms,
FOR WOOD OR COAL.
Primus Oil Stoves
Gurney Gleanable Refrigerators,
and any other article for the
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I GET IT AT L
a hp.w Mippp.snnns
Among the well Known
makes we haye
Cups, Saucers, Etc. i
FROM MINTON'S. i
Trinket Sets. i
Preserve Dishes. J
IN WEDGEWOOD. I
Flower Pots. ?
Pin Trays and Boxes.
Jugs, Etc., Etc.
ROYAL CROWN DERBY.
Cups and Saucers. I
An assortment of Cut Glass ?
Bottles, Almond Dishes, Flower
Tubes, Rose Bowls, Rustic, Glass
Flower Tubes and Stand, Etc.
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! '
I Waverley Block,
J Esiatnisnea in issi. leoaera hi 1895.
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; Prompt Reply From fasMnnMj
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
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
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.
Zane Savs. Thoimli. He
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
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:
O v.e r t u r e Victor K m a n 1 1 1
Iteminiscem es of Verdi....
. . Kling
(a) Duet Whispering Hope
The Misses Keliiaa.
b) Ke p Your Promise Jack
Miss C. Makawalu.
(c) Song Malanai, Pili Aoao
Mrs. I. Alepai.
Cornet Solo Don't Be Cross (by re
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Intermezzo Cavalleria Rusticana
(by request) Mascagni
Selection Italian Melodies . Rempezotti
Waltz Morning Papers Strauss
The Italian Anthem.
The Star Spangled Banner.
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
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
It has still other properties : it will restore
color to gray hair in just ten out cf every
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
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., L". S. A.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents.
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;
CHANGE OF BILL WEDNESDAYS
T. V. KING, Lessee.
J. LAN DO.
What better and more useful
present can be given to gentlemen
Just received a large consign
ment of BOYS' CLOTHING.
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.
Why not present your father, broth
er, and the rest of your male acquaint
ances with something durable a3 well
Russian Linen Crash suits, complete
for $12.50 per suit.
Open evenings till 9 o'clock.
Medeiros & Decker,
$ FOR CHRISTMAS
AKD NEW YEAR'S. :2
$ FRUIT CAKES, PLUM PUDDINGS, 5
PUMPKIN AND LEMON PIES
i 1HE GE
b"23 Fort Street. - - Telephone 67-
Place your orders early.
-XMAS XMAS -XMAS XMAS-
A5 AN XMAS PRESENT?
What to Get
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
FOR CHILDREN. p
Everything in the Shoe Line that a Child may need, all new CO
and pretty. I
A. E, MURPHY & CO.
205 Hotel Street.
-XMAS XMAS XMAS
Fancy Goods, Etc.
A large assortment just
to hand from Europe.
BL Hackfeld i Go5 Ltd.
Useful Xmas Presents
EX ALDEN BESSE.
7111 Lli IHII t'Tl
ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTHY FILLED.
And Buyers. . . .
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,
Island orders promptly
C. R. COLLINS.
P. 0. BOX 496.
And Qt Mil
Where to Get Them?
MURPHY & CO.
Also Shoes of New Designs and
XMAS XMAS XMAS-
sale by . .
We are just in receipt of a
fine line of
New Style Surreys,
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
ABOVE CLUB STABLES.
Agents with any amount and
i i! r
Harness, Stable and Hor;p
and satisfactorily filled.
KIHG ST., near HUDAHU ST.
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