THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 31, 1S93.
Kaimuki : 1 ract
(DIAMOND HEAD ADDITION.)
LOTS. iooxio and 7x200; each containing iooo
$20 Cash, with monthly installment of $10 per lor.
For further information
WILL E. FISHER-
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Full charge taken of
Corner Fort and
Great Hotel Street Bazaar,
Hawaiian Scx.'veniii Fans, a handsome present
to send to your loreign
Complete Assortment of New Year's Goods.
Ladies' and Cents' 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.
KING ST., Next to
.gjJJ 1. Isoshima,
Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock.
Christmas Toys, Gents' Furnishings, Japanese Bamboo
Baskets, Matting, Japanese Lanterns.
From December 17th to January 1st all Goods will be sold at from
5 to 25 per cent, discount.
Photographs On Silk I
THE VERY LATEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY.
They are rich in color and very
like old masters in tone and e fleet.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
WA'A'AA 'AA A A 4 A A A A A AAA AAA AAA
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
& CO., 210 King street.
property for absentees.
Castle & Cooke.
She knows the wants
of her husband, and is
happy when she can
surpise him with a
beautiful tie as a Christmas
present. We have them
from 23 cents upward.
Best makes and latest
Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars,
Shirts, and ready-to-wear
children and for
Neat, New, Nobby.
A new stock of Boy's
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Beimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
WE MAKE SHIRTS TO ORDER.
Telephone No. G7'3. No. 9-11 Hotel St.
For the Holiday Trade.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO. HAVE ON
hand the genuine
SmithfieW, Virginia, or Razor Back
Customers are requested to place
their orders early, as the supply i3
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
Read the Ilaicaiian Gazette
C. II. Ripley is hor.:e i.v
Hawaiian Commercial, ?.",';TU bid.
John H. Wil-on is bAok from a busi
ness vlsi: :o the States.
Tht United Suites steamer Sc-india
arrivvd at Caliao. Peru. Dec. 2n
The Orpheum will have a new bill j
tonight, including the Cint'ograph.
Mondav is a lml holiil.-iv mul rhp i
Attorney S. M. UaJIou has returned
after a tour of me Eastern part of these.
Mr. Polhtz, tiie '11
I- ran Cisco stock and
here once more.
L,. u. uarentyne. manager ot tne no-
noiulii Rapid Trans; Co., was in New
oi;i tity, iec. lo. '-i
The new artesian well boring outfit
imported by Mr. Pink ham. is at the
Oahu railway depot.
I here will be a watch meeting at tlu-
Metnodist hur h tonight and the usu-
al services tomorrow.
Lieut. Hobson u to h,- entrrr.-iinpd
here by the American Special Agent.
Mr. Sewall, and others.
Marshal Crown is mentioned in the
Chronicle as the purchaser of the Brit
ish ship. Falls of Clyde.
Bullman a jockey knov.ui here, has
just been t-uspended thirty days at
Ingleside for "crowding."
The distilling ship Iris has been
ordered to leave Caliao, Peru, and make
her way direct to the Philippines,
A. F. Hookf-r, T-ho arrived by the
Kinau ibis morning, will go on to the
coast to buy live s: ;:. for the Hilo
great holiday for the natives and there
will be spre.ii tomonow and Tdonday
There is wild trouble in
burg between the Driiishers and the
Boers over the shooting of an English
man by a Boer policeman.
A vessel at Hilo, from Whatcom,
with coal and lumber "to order" finds
no market and will be here in a couple
of days. There is no question of the
lumber being sold readily in Honolulu.
The program for the annual Y. M. C.
A. concert is one of the best yet for a
local musical and literary entertain
ment. A full house is assured. Fea
tures will be reading, the harp and the
II E 3XUST SERVE.
Supreme Court Remands Attorney
Davis to Custody
The opinion of the court by Chief
Justice Judd was filed yesterday in the
matter of the application of Geo. A.
Davis for a writ, of habeas corpus.
The decision says, "A Circuit Judge
acting by authority of law in a judi
cial capacity has the right to punish
for contempt ..of court.
"A fine for contempt of court having
been imposed and not paid, the offen
der may be imprisoned until it is
paid." The decision is supported bv
numerous citations. The clerk is di
rected to note on the writ that it is
discharged, and the petitioner was re
manded to the custody of the Marshal.
Mr. Davis asked the court if he was
to be confined in a convict prison
where thieves, murderers, etc, are im
prisoned? He submitted that he was
not legally imprisoned; that he would
bring another writ up as he was not
a criminal and that he would be the
last one to go to prison. The court
remarked that it was for the Marshal
to see whether or not Mr. Davis was
in a proper confinement. Mr. Davis is
comfortably placed at the police sta
tion for the remainder of his ten days.
In closing the decision the Supreme
"It seems to u? also that both of
these contempts were in facie curiae.
The obnoxious bill of exceptions was
read to the judge. The second con
tempt was language addressed to the
judge, and was far more serious in its
"It is the duty of this court to see to
it that the several judges and magis
trates of this Republic are protected
in the exercise of their judicial duties.
and thx-dr valid judgments respected."
t Castle fc Cooke. Ltd.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 22. CEN
TRIFUGALS. Market weak but no
minally at 4 7-1S cts. for 9k On the
21st inst. a sale reported at 4 3-S cts.
today the market for centrifugals is re
ported very dull at 4 3-S cts. which is
RKETS today: fs. 91. per cwr.. a
GRANULATED in New York 4 .s",
The Pis Blow.
Commodore Beckley reports a good
trip of the Kinau, ple-isant in every
wav. Thf stnrm lrft th.- hn.Vnf? nf
Hakalau, Paauhau and Koholalele in !
bad shape. In Hilo bay ships dragged
their anchors. The captain of a nor- i
chantman at Kahului said that at one !
time during the storm of a week a to
he would have taken $r,o:) for his
Benefit a Success.
There was a full house for the Col
umbia crew benefit show at the Or- ! y
pheum theater last night and an ex- 1
eeilent program was put on under the
direction of Mr. Post. The cineograph
made an enormous hit. Some of the
that, shook the building. Henela's j
dance was a number well liked.
The cineograph will be shown at the. j
theater tonisht with the new bill. j
The Waialua Cne.
"The Court" returned last evening
from Waialua, with preliminary hear
ing of the Japanese wife murder case
unfinished. The investigation will be
carried to a conclusion here. The
three men first arrested are stiil held
ami there arc no new developments in
Central Union Church, corner U-re-tanla
and Richards street.?. Rev. W.
Kiacaid. pastor. 0:Zo a. rn., Sunday
school; ll:oo a. m., public worship ana j
sermon; 6:20 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. pray
na., public wo:
sliip and sermon. Wednesday, 7: SO p.
m. prayer meeting. Palama Chapel
'j : CJ a. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m.
Go?pel service. A welcome for all at
day after Christmas. Circumcision of
our Lorvl. January !.
:00 a. m.. Holy
ra., morning prayer
and sermon: p. m.. Pule Ahiahi;
.; p. in., evening prayt
St. Andrew's. The services of the
j Second Congregation of St. Andrew's
! r.1.,f..lrnl ti-ill !.c n fr11--s tnimrmw.-
:ond broker, is;slin,aV: 9:4." a. m.. celebration of
' Holy Communion with sermon. The
! service to be sung by the choir will be
! Hart in !.; G:C0 p. m.. evensong with
sermon. The surpliced choir will sing
r-processional and recessional hymns and
l full choral service. All seats free.
; Christian Cnurcn. corner King and
i Alalia streets. Preaching morning
land evening bv T. I. Garvin. Morning
i theiike: "Christ Weeping Over a
: Doomed City." Evening theme: "The
j Observance of Times and Seasons.
Sunday school, l:4" a. ni.; Young Peo
pies .Meeting. i:.;i p. m.: prayer meet
ing Wednesday at p. m.; Woman:
prayer nutting on Friday at 2:30 p. m
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
Services in Mililani hall, rear of opera
ncuse. next Sunday as tollows: sun-
day school 10 a. m.; Sacrament meet
ing at 11 a. m. Preaching in Hawaiian
at ',::J0 p. m. Preaching in English by
Elder IT. W. Greene at 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject: l ne uieventn nour can. or
God's Last Invitation to Sinners Re-
fqre Christ Comes." All are invited to
Seventh Day Adventist Public ser
held today, and every Sabbath,
(Saturday) in the Arioa .hall, at the
rear of the Opera House, from 10 a. m.
to 12 m. First hour occupied by Sab
bath School. A cordial Invitation
extended to all at every service.
St. Clement's Chapel, Sunday Janu
ary 1. Morning prayer and holy com
munion with sermon, 11:05 a. m.; even
song, 7:05 p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a
m. Christmas music will be repeated
Prof. A. Koebele arrived by the S. S.
Kinau early this morning. He has
visited Puna and Olaa at the invita
tion of planters who thought there was
some trouble with the coffee. Prof.
Koebele states positively that the Cey
lon leaf blight has not appeared on the
Islands. The Olaa berry that had been
sent to Washington and that had been
reported back as showing a fungus.
Prof. Koebele says seems to have been
simply blistered by the sun. Some of
the coffee in Puna has too much sun
and is in a soil that does not drain
well. . -
4e)luint" Ooas Not Balenjr to a
Baklnf Powder Trust, but Con
timers are Rapidly Learotas
te Place Their Truet In
NONE SO GOOD.
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.,
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Onomea Sugar Co.
The Fulton Iron Works. St. Louis
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Dlake Steam. .Pumps.
The New England Mutual Life Insur
ance Co., of Boston.
j i ne Aetna i ire insurai.ee Co., o:
Hartford, Conn. ,
Alliance Assurance C
v-: sS w? s jt s
TO SUIT THE
Of all classes. We
buy right and we sell right.
It's the lively dollar that
! secures the biggest value;
We have cheaper ones as
well just good a? new
taken in exchange.
BERCSTROH MUSIC CO,
: w i i- o!!;,- the
:- ir.t'-rior til. 1J o'clock
day. January loth, for th
of a masonry tow-r for
;jn of Tue:
const rue: ion
the Diamond Head Light.
Plan and 4pecif.-;-ations at the office
the Superintendent Public Works.
The Minister does mot bind himself
to accept the lowest or anv bid.
JAS. A. K TNG .
Minister of the Interior.
IV'cember SO, lS. 5115
In ncordano? with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1SSG:
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, are here
by notified that the water ratos for the
term ending June SO, IS??, will be
due and payable at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day
of January, l$i"0.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
15 days after they arc due will be sub
ject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid February 15th, 1S33, (30
days after becoming delinquent) are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Kapualwa
Honolulu Water Works.
H. I., Dec. 20, 1S93.
-Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes
are from G 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 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.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1898. 5019
IN THL3 CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
In the Matter of the British Schooner
"Labrador." In Admiralty.
ORDER TO SELL.
To A. M. Brown, Esq., Marshal of the
Republic of Hawaii. Greeting:
Whereas, in certain proceedings in
admiralty brought by the Attorney
General on behalf of the Hawaiian
Government against the British
schooner "Labrador" and her boats,
tackle, apparel and- furniture, and ten
cans containing five hundred (500) tins
of opium, a decree condemning and
confiscating the said schooner, her
boats, tackle, apparel and furniture
and the said opium to the use of the
Government of the Republic of Ha
waii and an order of sale of said
schooner, her boats, tackle, apparel and
furniture was made by the Hon. W. L.
Stanley, Second Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit.
You are hereby commanded in pur
suance of said decree to sell the said
schooner "Labrador," her boats, tackle,
apparel and furniture at public auction,
in Honolulu, on Saturday, the 14th day
of January A. D. 1S99, and to publish
a notice of such sale in the Hawaiian
Star and Daily Commercial Advertiser
for not less than ten days and pay the
proceeds of such sale into this Court,
with an account of your charges and
Witness the Hon. W. L. Stanley, Sec
ond Judge, Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit, at Honolulu, Oahu, this twentieth
day of EKccmber, A. D.. 1S9S.
V. L. STANLEY.
ScDiid Judge. Circuit Court. First
i i 4
ove writ to me
of December, A.
i-suoa on the 2:
I). lOS. I will
a: the Station Ilou.-e, Ka'akaua Hale,
in the District cf Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, to the high
est bidder, at 12 o'clock noon cf Satur
day, the ll:h day cf January, A. D.
1SD9, the Britis-h schooner "Labrador,"
her boats, tackle, apparel and furni
ture. CFIAS. B. CHILLING WORTH,
Deputy Marshal, Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu, Oahu, December 21, A. D.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Waterhouse Investment Company,
Ltd., held this 29th day of December,
1S&S, at the office of Henry Waterhouse
& Co., Honolulu, the following named
persons were elected to serve as offi
cers of said company for the ensuing
Henry Waterhouse President
W. H. Rice Vice President
H. Waf-rhouse, Jr Secretary
A. B. Wood Treasurer
Fred Waterhouse Auditor
H. WATERHOUSE, JR.,
Honolulu, Dec?mber 29, 1S9S. 5115
k st Si si s si si Si Si si s
Have been so persistently ad
venised by us lately, that we
wonder if the public gets the
impression that other lines
have been necleeted.
We are not a DEPARTMfcIN r
STORE, yet our stock com
prises today, ALL LINKS
found in the better class of
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 recent 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 IS kt. Cases at
$175 will cost you $50 moro
Do you want a better argu
ment to buy now?
tr r & r - js & t?
A partial list of Authors of New
Books on sale at The Golden Itul
Bazaar, Fort Street:
Maclaren. Kate Douglas Wig'gln,
Mark Twain, Marion Manville Pope, D.
D. Well3 Burrow, Mabie, Jokai, Slen
kiewicz, Hon. James Bryce, TaJle
mache, Drummond, Goldwin Smith,
Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Caskodeti,
Henry Inman, Tirebuck, S. R. Crocks
ett, Stockton Chapin, Graham, Swift.
Gilder, Harraden, Will Carleton, Kldd,
Scldmore, Wallock, Lummls, Du Maur
ier, Churchill and many others. Suit
able for gifts, besides a good line 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 CASH
PRICES in the City, dive U3 a call
and judge for yourselves.
J. M. WEBB.
A few lota at Manoa -with unsur
passed climate and view. On line of
proposed Rapid Transit. Easy terms.
Eight and a half acres Improved iand
and buildings, Nuuanu Valley. Good
view of harbor and city. Water laid
A few nice town lots on Beretanla
Street, Ewa side of Geo. Ross.
Small homestead ot Kalihi, well im
proved. Two lots near public schoo3, Kalih!.
Twenty years' lease of 14S acres of
Al pasture land in Palolo valley, 1V
miles from Walalae road. Fresh
mountain stream runs through the
Term3 to suit purchasers.
J. H. SCHNACK, or
F. L. DORTCH.
H. MAY & CO.
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