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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER. SO. 1S0S.
i LOCAL BREVITIES. HONOLULU SI'O'JK LXClIAMii:. Honolulu. H. I.. IV-c. 2!. Is?. Great Hotel Street Bazaar. TAVO STORES ooo Hawaiian J?oi:vkmk Fan?, a handfome present to send to your foreign friend? Sugar, i 3-4; quiet. ! Hawaiian Commvr-. -ia . 7"; I t i ; $57 asked. j Han a, Plantation, $17.j7 1-2 bid; 517. ! S7 1-2 asked. H'-ro Hobson -.v ill be aboard t lie. '.lue tonight. Complete Assortment of New Year's Goods. 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. ooo AT YOUR OWN PRICE. Lacquer Ware, Toys, Dolls, Etc. ooo IWAKAMI. Hotel Street. Porcelain Robinson Block, FOR THE HOLIDAYS. OOO- JfAME OF STOCK M titt ANTILK. C- B.eei & Co Sl'iAK. Americ aa Assessable i - - "....Paid up ! K4 Harriot j Hw. Ae. 'o : Hawaii-m Sii'ar Co Hutchinson Plantation. $ 7 1-2 iiormmu ...... v'-a aSrweu. j Haiku - S'.kgar Trust, it is claimed, i j Katiok itVi ' ) r rr "Y Tl"! 1 iinl ! 'la Kjpahu'.a O cranio steamers for Australia will oauo A.eiMi Capital Paid. tfOe.CVX bid; Tht leave San Francisco hereafter at 1U p. m. instead of J p. a. A- traveler named Morris claims at San Francisco that he was mulcted out of $50 here by people with whom he rdaved whist. . .l aid up j Prominent passengers per . . Pe king Marshal Urown anil wife. Gen. A. S. Hart well. Chas. Urown, Mr. Good- he S. P.. John En a and family. m m C f ft Ar ' J ...... ll . .1 . P-.S C. A. make ers ! usual Week of I'r ycr. of the . :ty iet in the V. M. ;r!ors yestvrrlay afternoon to rangements and appoint lead- week of buihlinsr the tir prayer which as be held -in the Y. M. C. A. 7Jfk of the New i Year. The service, are. union meetings j and will beg-in ot 10:30 each morning, j The leader arid subj?-ct for each day is as fallows: IZ. -Coleman, Conscera- f Ononea. j Ookala i Olowalu ' PACtiic : I'aia I'cptekco : Piouter ' Waiiukn Waimauiio Wainna Waianae Wilder S. S. Co InUr Islands. S. Co... MICELLANEOCS. Haw'n EUct. Co Hoc. Kpd Tran. A Leo; Matnsl rou-photie Co.. MakaLa ( of. Co. L. a?s. 1'aid u; O. R. A- L. Co Haw'a Gov't H per ct. . . Haw'a i.uv't " per ct.. Ilaw'n i. Pt Saving?. 4' 3 per ct.-...- O. I'.. & L. Co Par RM .Ask 7V).OY 500 ( , 1.400.WO' 500 .0 V .A.M li.OH' ! TW.OWi' 750 UUO' ' 7r-l,,0' 7VL,(XI0' 25'2,iO 125.UH) i 55 ,'MJ i 5ue,!j ICO ice , He , IOC' lv , 1"0 . . IV) . 10" . 100 100 , 100 100 , K 10i 11 Jit 1W 100 pe , 1O0 , 100 loo 10O 100' 10J , ltX)'-. lou 1W ll 100 100 100 100: 1'JU' Y AUTHORITY. PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE. v vi . J J J k J 13' 2.V 1 tO! 1-0 120 1X l)e.-e ruber 30th at 12 o'clock noon, at :a the front entrance ot the Jucliciarv Building, -will b sold at public auc- igr- tion: Lease of the bottom land of Wai- manu valley, Hamakua, Hawaii, con taining 200 acres more or less. This land is well watered and affords op portunity for rice cultivation. Term of least 21 years. Upset price $400 per year, tenant to pay ?v per acr aodniona! for any amount cultivated in rice above fiftv acres. For further particulars, plans, etc., apply a Public Lands Office, Hono lulu. J. F. BROWN. Agent of Public Lands. November 22. 1S9S. 5116 ': Pottery 190 00 si:ali:d tfnii:eis v. AND China Have been so persistently ad vertised by us lately, that we wonder If the public gets tho impression that other lines have been neglected. !.. 'So '-.-0 100' no Session Sales None. Outside Sales Hearted None. I AY 1 1 AT CUBA'S LOSS SPAIN. MEANS TO Embroidered Grass Cloth TABLE CLOTHS. DOYLIES, BUREAU COVERS, HANDKERCHIEFS. ooo Tuesday H tion for service. Wednesday F for the Nation. Thursday W. the Church. Friday A. B. Lands. Y7. Damon, Prayer Wr-edon, Prayer for ,x;d. Prayer for All A Boom in Ciar irnonos. Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs, China Ware. Show rooms (upstairs) now open to the public. S. OZAKI WAVERLEY BLOCK, HOTEL STREET. Christmas : Goods. Just Received: DOLLS, TOYS, Japanese Novelties, Fine Art Screens, Portierers, Silks and Silk Goods, Porce lain Ware, Lacquer Ware, Handsome Kimonos, Paja mas. Rues, Etc. ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS! Don't buy until you have seen our stock. The goods and prices will suit you. HOTEL STREET, COR. NUUANU, Branch Hat Store, - - - Nuuanu Street. The rear that Amtrican tariff laws may" vome into trlec! here very soon anl practically without warning has enlivened trade in -several directions. Durine: the pat fev days there have been .-x tensive operation in cigars. All the retailers ire keen to gain long stocks of the Manila smokers and the consumers who cenerally buy by the box are in many instances laying in supply by the thousands. The duty on cigars here is one. cent each. The United States tariff is so heavy on tobacco that it viil euite upset the habit of the heavy local smokers. Cigars have been "extremely cheap here, but thy vilJ now burn into money at q.iite a lively rate. 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 o! your once vigorous appe tite means poverty and starvation to yoiir body. If any reader of thi3 pa per wishes to be as hungry again as when a child, and wants to fully enjoy hearty meals, drink Seattle beer. It cures indieestion and dyspepsia. On tap or in bottles at the Criterion. Will be received at the office of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday. January 10th, for the construction of a masonry tower for the Diamond Head Light. Plan and specifications at the office of the Superintendent Public Works. rI he Minister -does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. JAS. A. KING. Minister of the Interior. n .i..... -. uio i "fill Ufl OV, ili SEALED TENDERS Planters' Month 'y. Editor Whitr.ey's Planters' Monthly for December is. -r;t r.n-d has these lead ing articles: Notes, on Current T-r-pi-cs. Annual Meeting -of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association. President's Address. Statement of Hawaiian Sugar Crop from October 1, to September 30th, Report on Cultivation. Report on Fertilization. Work of the Experiment Station and Laboratories. Report on Manufacture. Report on Machinery. Report on Forestry. Some Notes on the use of "Clariphos" and Acid Phosphate. Index to Volume XVII, 1898. Food Prepared With "Catumat l Free from Roohelle 8alt9v Alum, Lime and Ammonia. Calu- v met" lathe Housewife' Friend. n Mr? JliaP Iff la uurvii im Powder Will be receive! at the office of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, February 21st. for a pumping plant for Honolulu. Specifications at office of Superinten dent of Public Works; also at office of the Hawaiian Consul General, New York. The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. December 2S, 1S9S. JAS. A. KING. li:' Minister of the Interior. NONE SO GOOD. WATER NOTICE. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter XXVI of the laws of 18SG: AH persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates, are here by notified that the water rates for the term ending June 30, 1S99, will be due and payable at the office of the AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OI the Waterhouse Investment Company, i ti hoiri hi 9Hirh I:w of December. 1S9S.' at the office of Henrv Waterhouse Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day & Co., Honolulu, the following named of January, 1S99 persons were elected to serve as ofh- All such rates remaining unpaid for cers of said company for the ensuing 15 dayg after tbey ape due wm yeai , -r , J to an additional 10 per cent. 1 1CU1 II Ul.l itVU ......... . . . - . , . . W. H Rice Vice President AU P" sieges upon wnicn rates re- H. Waterhouse, Jr Secretary main unpaid February 15th, 1S99, (30 A. R. Wood Treasurer days after becoming delinquent) are Fred Waterhouse Auditor ibie to suspension without further H. WATERHOUSE, JR., 3 OOO We are not a DEPARTMENT STORE, yet our stock com prises today, ALL LINES found in the better class of Jewelry Stores, and all lines have had equal attention, and will be found as complete aa ever. "Fact is:" Many lines have been greatly agumeuted by recent large importations, and we are better than ever, able to cater to your wants. OOO Recent additions to our stock or GOLD CASED COMPLICAT ED WATCHES from SWITZ ERLAND, makes that an at tractive line of goods. OOO Our FINE STRIKING WATCHES in IS kt. Cases at $175 will cost you $50 more next year. OOO Do you want a better argu ment to buy now? OOO ; V; V; V. V; M H iniii Secretary. Honolulu. December 29. 1S9S. 5115 NOTICE. Chinese Play House. j The Old Chinese Theater is starting in a new season -cud the patrons are all in a flutter tf expectancy. Two stars man and vjfe, 'have been en gaged for six months. The pair Kime out from China on a guarantee of $1,000 for the "visit and have re ceived a considerable advance pay ment already. The Chinese here who know of these performers claim that they are amongst the most famous ar tists known to the stage in China. AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Union Express Co., held this day. the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President W. H. Hoogs Vice President F. Waterhouse Secretary A. L. Morris Treasurer W. Lnrsen Auditor C. Conradt The above form the board of direct ors. A. L. MORRIS, Secretary. Honolulu. IK 2:.. 1S95. 5115 FOR THE HOLIDAYS: New Importation of Silk Goods, in the piece, j New Porcelain Cups and Saucers, Silk Handkerchiefs. Tea and Dinner Sets, Silk Shawls, Carved Ivory, Rattan Chairs, Decorated Flower Pots, Carved Sandalwood Boxes. THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOMEST IN ALL HONOLULU. 210-212 NUUANU STREET. WILL E. FISHER. Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, STOCK AND BOND BROKER. Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated. Full charge taken of property tor aoseniees Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, For the Holiday Trade. Mrs. Chas. Hammer After an Alness of nearly two j i months. Mrs. H::-mmer, widow of the late Chas. Hammer, has passed away. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. Ivwong Ying Chong, of Honolulu, The death occurred at the home on ; having made an assignment of all his property to us, ror tne uenent ot an his creditors, we hereby request all notice. Rates are payable at the office of the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, Sup't. Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu. H. I., Dec. 20, 1893. 510S IRRIGATION NOTICE. ian woman of kindly manner. This funeral will be held at 4 p. m. today, the Masonic order being in charge. King and Llliha streets at 11 yester- , -.1- r-.-iTcn.r-.w-in M r H:11HlHPr had .ll- wavs Iven r stemmed here as a Christ- rciwua uwnf, vWi..3 duly authenticated, within six months, or they will be forever barred. All per sons indebted to Kwong Ying Chong are hereby re-quested to make immed iate payment to the undersigned, at the store of T. Ah Ping & Company. T. AH PING & COMPANY. Assignees Kwong Ying Chong, of Ho nolulu. Dated, Honolulu. December 12, ISO?. 310 1-4 IF CRUISE OF THE BATTLESHIPS. VALPARAISO. Chile, Dec. 10. The United States battleships Iowa and Oregon will sail from this port tomor row morning for Callao, where they will m et the transports. Everything is eoiug well on board. The powerful ships have attracted much attention j. - v - ; - v:c;t Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours for irrigation purposes arc from C 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 C to S a. m. and 4 to 6 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. ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Approved: .T. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Honolulu, H. I., cf.pt. 7 iscs. 5015 I IRANULATED WAU in a rillllST- Ieans for ollr Patrons ai iic fiine selection of . . . AT TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS and GAKES? F0WLS of a11 kind? ooo ROAST SUCKLING PIG. You will confer a favor by placing your order as early as possible. CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. 214 Nnuanu St. Tel. 104, II. E. McINTYRE & IiRO. HAVE ON hand the genuine Sraithfield, Virginia, or Razor Bad HAMS. Customers are requested to place their orders early, as the supply is limited. H. E. McINTYRE & BR0. 5104 NC WYORK, Dec. 22. The Ai;v : c Cmit-t r.-firiiTr fomnnnv announced 4 vi, a. .... - - o c reduction in the price of p.ickage sugar from 5.1S to 5.0C, equal to '.sc a pound. CHICAGO, De?. 22. Arbuckie Bros, have today begun selling sugar direct ; to retailers, ignoring the jobbing trade I here. Sales to retailers were made to- day at 5.20 per pound for standard fine j eranulated, which was V under the. trust price. v't si y. .y. w J PIANOS TO SUIT THE POCKET COOKS Of all clause?. Wo buv risiht and v.-e sell rifrht. AHKOUKCEFilEHT. 4 r. MISS IZ. CLARK, OF Co., has left fr.r t::e m ab'::K -! v.-' 10 latest in : ash io :::: ill 'io v.- i: ; o await : 51 1 i EHLERS v.. r. C'':SSt. tO Those de.-.:r:ng o dr-;.?smaking -:-r return. It's the livelv dollar that 'a secure? the biggest values. SCANDIA'S NEXT VOYAGE. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 22. The crew of the transport Scandia was paid oil today, $12,000 being distributed. The vessel will go on the Hunter's Point drvdoc.k next Tuesday, after which she will be taken to the Union Iron Works to have her boilers overhauled and re pairs made. It is expected that she will leave here about the middle of January with the Twentieth (?) Kansas Regi ment, the officers and their wives. She will return about April with the First California Regiment. A box. of our candies makes a most acceptable Xmas present, NEW ENGLAND BAKERY. v. V j KIMBALL. CIIICKERLXG, r KUOEGER. I We have cheaper ones a3 well just as good as new taken in exchange. BERGSTROM MUSIC GO. PROGRESS BLOCK. Telephone 321. 'a Vi V; V; WAR DEPARTMEHT-U. S. A. AUCTION There will be sold at pub lic auction, at the Subsistence Store House, on FORT street, on the 3d day of January, 1S99, at 10 o'clock a, m., to the highest bidder, the following Sub sistence Stores: 141 cans lard, 7,500 cigars. TERMS, CASH. Purchasers are required to remove stores from the Store-House on day of sale. PHILIP M. LYDIG, Capt. and C. S. U. S. Vols. Depot and Purchasing Commissary. 5114 S25.00 REWARD. FOR THE ARREST AND CONVIC tion of anv person found stealing THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTIS ER from residence or place of business of the regular subscribers. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., LTD. 5113 C JC f? 8? T T J? tf Jf1 t T. Holiday Books! GIFT BOOKS! ooo A partial list of Authors of New Books on sale at The Golden Rule Bazaar, Fort Street: Maclaren, Kate Douglas Wiggin, Mark Twain, Marion Manville Pope, D. D. Wells Burrow, Mabie, Jokal, Sien kiewicz, Hon. James Bryce, Talle mache, Drummond, Goldwin Smith, Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Caskoden. Henry Inman, Tirebuck, S. R. Crock ett, Stockton Chapin, Graham, Swift, Gilder, Ilarraden, Will Carleton, KIdd, Scidmore, Wallock, Lummls, Du Maur ier, Churchill and many. others. Suit able for gifts, besides a goorl line of juvenile and Picture Books. OOO THE BEST LINE OF FINE LEATH ER GOODS in the city. DOLLS AND TOYS of every description. The BEST GOODS at the LOWEST CASH PRICES in the City. Give us a call and judge for yourselves. J. M. WEBB. FOR SALE. A few lots at Manoa with unsur passed climate and view. On line ot proposed Rapid Transit. Easy terms. Eight and a half acres improved land and buildings, Nuuanu Valley. Good ?ievr of harbor and city. Water laid premises. A few nice town lot3 on Beretania Street, Ewa side of Geo. Ross. Small homestead at Kalihi, well proved. Two Iot3 near public school, Kalihi. Two lota on Queen street, 50x100 each. Twenty years' lease of 14S acres of Al pasture land In Palolo valley, miles from Waialae road. Freak mountain stream runs through the land. Terms to suit purchasers. Apply to J. H. SCHNACK,ror F. L. DORTCH. H. MAY & CO. wtiolesole ond Milmm -:- 93 FORT STREET. -:-Telephone, 22 : ; : P. O. Box. 47t.