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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JANUARY, 3, 1399.
A BOOK DID IT
W. . J. r
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Have a saperb array of
GOODS selected by Will C.
King frem the latest Novel
ties on the Coast.
Suitable for Christmas and Wed
ding Presents, consisting of
PICTURES,
ART STATUARY,
PHOTO PANELS,
AND
ART NOVELTIES.
Also the latest in
PICTURE MOULDINGS
AND
FRAMING MATERIALS.
All are welcome at their Show
Rooms
110 HOTEL ST.
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COMPANY, LIMITED,
Solicit your patronage and guaranty
the finest class of work at
reasonable prices.
ONLY WHITE LABOR EMPLOYED.
All Flannels and Silks are washed b
Hand.
Ordinary Mending and Buttons Sewe
On.
Telephone No. 583 and leave you
orders.
IP YOU ARB TROUBLED with
dandruff or any disease of the
scalp, a trial bottle of DANDRUFF
KILLER will entirely remove all
doubt as to the virtue claimed for the
preparation.
Prickly it eat cured by a few applica
tions. Be cure that the label on the bottle
bears the two faces and name; all
others are imitations.
F. PACHECO,
Sole Proprietor.
SELLING AGENTS Hollister Drug
Co., Benson, Smith & Co., Union, Bar
ber Shop.
SMdren' s Photos
Are the hardest of all to make well
until you become accustomed to the
task. Mothers tell us we are at our
best when making photos of the little
ones. Our quaint, unique poses faith
il likenesses and dainty style of fin
ishing photos find favor in every
mother's eyes.
Preserve baby's pretty face in one of
Williams photos.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
IH' I HO.
Fort Street.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
First-CIass Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale or Milk. Open
from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.
Smokers Requisites a Specialty.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Steam Engines,
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS,
BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS,
And machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmi thing. Job
work executed on the shortest notice.
A NEW PAINT SHOP.
HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH U3
Mr. John H. West, a practical House
Painter, Decorator and Wood Polisher,
we are now prepared to give estimate
on all kinds of work in that line.
Mr. West having had a practical ex
perience of over twenty years in San
Francisco and other large cities on the
Coast, we feel confident that any work
entrusted to us will give entire satis
f action to our patrons.
PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO.
NEW IMPROVED
CANE : KNIFE.
Planters' Improved Hoe.
Forged from one solid piece
of steel. Made specially to
our order.
Of the Best Quality.
GALYAKIZED. H03. 4, 5 and 6.
IN PERFECT ORDER.
Call and examine the above.
.
Breaking Plows,
Secretary Disc Plows,!
Small Steel Plows,
FOR CULTIVATING.
Whips and
Whip Stocks,
WWffletrees.
Pilii i: III I II I W
LIMITED.
Agents .for the Vacuum Oils.
TI VOLI !
Late Saratoga, Waikiki.
Mr. Karl Klemme begs to notify ths
Public of Honolulu and surrounding
Islands that he has undertaken the
management of this well known
Seaside Resort.
Every arrangement has been made
for the convenience of Bathera and
those wishing to enjoy a
Vacation : at : the : Seaside.
ROOMS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH.
He trusts that he may receive the
patronage he will endeavor to deserve.
Free bathing for school children
every Tuesday.
For particulars inquire at Tivoli
Baths or Telephone 899.
CARL KLEMME.
Real Estate For Sale.
LOT AT WAIKIKI. On the beach.
Good location. Excellent bathing.
TENEMENT HOUSE ON KEKAU
IKE Street, containing 4 stores below
and 11 rooms upstairs. Rents for $53
per month. A good investment.
LOT ON KTJKUI STREET, near Riv
er street. Size 40x75.
Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
No. 121 Queen St, next door to Hack-
feld & Co. 4979
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 BETHEL STREET.
Opposite Castle & Cooke.
STRICTLY NEW, 1898 CLEVELAND
BICYCLES FOR RENT. .
Repairing promptly and thoroughly
attended to. All work guaranteed.
E. JONES,
R. CLARK.
NEWLANDS : RESTAURANT.
BETHEL STREET.
Next to Post Office. Open from 5 a. m.
to S p. m.
DINNER AT 11 A. M.
Meals at all hours, 25 cents.
Fence Wire
HANG WO & CO.,
5100-imo. Proprietors.
What Impelled The Czar
in Peace Proposal.
Literary Effort of a Warsaw Flnarv
clei Great Forces Arbitra
tion The Newspaper.
The book which is said to have fur
nished the text for the Czar's invita
tion to a reduction of military estab
lishments has been published in St.
Petersburg. It is called "The Coming
War, in its Technical, Economical and
Political Aspects."
The author, Mr. Bliokh, is a retired
Warsaw financier. His book is a ver
itable encyclopedia of war and contains
a great mass of facts, figures and
analyses, which are used to support a
plan for insuring universal peace. He
argues that armies have already out
grown peaceable limits. All their
problems are impossible of solution.
Even railroads cannot support the huge
commissariat required and no man liv
ing, even if he were a Moltke, could
handle the present army of Russia,
France or Germany with effect. Such
views must be taken with caution,
however, for there has been seen Grant
controlling with ability the great for
ces gathered on the James, in Tennes
see and in Georgia, but this perform
ance implies not only such subordi
nates as Meade, Thomas, Sherman and
Sheridan, but such trained veterans as
the American army contained after
three years of constant warfare.
Mr. Bliokh thinks tthat these great
forces could be divided by any given
number and still leave the nation
comparatively in the same military po
sition, which of course leaves out the
question of such great fortifications
as are found on the German-French
frontier that cannot be manned by
even a moderate force.
This fractional disarmament would
not insure peace, for, barring fortifica
tions the nations could go to war with
platoons where they now have regi
ments. So he suggests a league of
peace on the basis of a political status
quo, and that an international arbitra
tion court be created which will have
final jurisdiction over all concrete
questions.
If any State fails to submit silently
to the awards of the court, the other
powers will deprive it of the advan
tages of the postal and telegraphic un
ion, and also deny it trading facilities,
and the other powers will give every
assistance to the defendant nation In
case any country declares war.
His scheme has a reductio ad ab
surdum, for though he thinks the
great powers can be restrained, he
fears the Fourth Estate, the newspa
pers, and proposes to throttle any pa
per that discusses a case while before
the court or criticises the judgment
afterward! His views end in universal
arbitration and this must be the log
ical consequence of all attempts to do
away with war.
BILL WITHDRAWN.
A Rest for an Important Act Relating
to Hawaii.
'WASHINGTON, Dec. .17 In the
House today Payne (R.) of New York
called up the bill extending the Jaws
of the United States relative to com
merce, navigation and merchantmen
to the Hawaiian Islands.
McRae sought to have the bill
amended so as to also extend to Ha
waii the provisions of the act of Feb
ruary 24, 1885, prohibiting the impor
tation of contract labor, but Payne
moved the previous question. This mo
tion was lost, and McRae then Intro
duced this amendment. He asserted
his conviction that the law concerning
contract labor was just as important
to the islanders as any other.
Payne then made the point that the
amendment was not in order, and it
was upheld.
The amendment was then laid on the
table. McRae asked for the ayes and
noes, and Payne, rather than prolong
the controversy, withdrew the bill.
AMERICAN STEEL.
LONDON, Dec. 23. The Government
of Victoria, according to a special dis
patch from Melbourne, has accepted
the tender of the Pennsylvania and
Maryland Steel Company for 35,000 tons
of steel rails at $75,000 below the Eng
lish tender.
SAGASTA ILL.
MADRID, Dec. 23. The condition of
Senor Sagasta, the Premier, now causes
grave anxiety. Six physicians were in
consultation this afternoon regarding
his case, and agreed that he is suffer
ing from bronchial pneumonia, with
high temperature and an unfavorable
absence of expectoration. The news
papers express great sympathy.
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FROZEN TO DEATH.
LONDON, Dec. 24 The Vienna cor
respondent of the Daily Telegraph
says: Several hundred Montenegrin
soldiers who were recently overtaken
by a snowstorm in the Lara pass, were
frozen to death. The expedition sent
to their rescue found the snow drifts
so heavy that it was impossible to save
them.
COMMISSIONERS HOME.
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 The Ameri
can line steamer St. Louis from South
ampton was sighted east of Fire island
at 11:12 p. m. The American Peace
Commissioners are on board.
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SANTA CLAUS SHIP.
The transport St. Paul (Christmas
ship) arrived at Manila Dec. 22. When
Captain Hays was leaving he said he
would reach the Philippines in plenty
of time for the boys to get their Christ
mas presents and he kept his word.
There will be no delay in unloading
the steamer and the chances are that
by tonight or tomorrow morning every
boy in blue will be admiring the good
things sent to him from home.
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UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT ROOM.
Though not large in floor area the room of the Supreme Court, in th Capitol at
Washington, has a high vaulted ceiling and was rich in decorations. The fire trhich
occurred on JSunday, Nor. 6. destroyed the elaborate furnishings of the room, including
the priceless busts of the chief justices and the valuable library of the Supreme Court.
"Calumet" makes the light
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est, sweetest and most
wholesome bread
and ' pastry.
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NONE SO GOOD.
BANK Of HAWAII, LTD.
By vote of the stockholders of the
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., a
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Will be inaugurated January 1st,
1899. Ordinary and Term Deposits will
be received at once, and interest al
lowed in accordance with rules and
conditions as printed in Pass-Books.
Copies of terms and conditions upon
wihich deposits will be received may be
had on application, or mailed to those
desiring same.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
CHAS. M. COOKE,
President.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1898. 5104
SPECIAL flip!!
I wish to announce to the public
of Honolulu that during the holi
days I will fit Spectacles and Eye
Glasses of all description at more
than reason ahle prices.
. Free examination of the eyes.
S. B. LUCAS,
PARISIAN OPTICIAN.
Love Building, - - - Fort Street.
(UpStairs.)
WASHINGTON FEED CO.
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
Telephone 422.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
HftY. GRftlN. FEEFLOOR, MEALS, elG.
Our good? are always fresh. Island
orders solicited.
HAWAII CARRIAGE 16. CO., -Ill
121 Queen Street.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS
RUBBER TIRES AND ROLLER
BEARING AXLES.
WILSON & WHITEHOUSE,
Bole Licensees Hawaiian Islands.
121 Qareea. Street.
COYNE & MEHRTEN,
The Upholsterers.
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
Upholstering done. We have Just re
ceived a large supply of Upholstering
Goods of the Latest Designs. A large
viariety to pick from the best that
was ever imported here. If you want
a Box Couch for Ladies' Dresses, cov
ered in any style, we can do it. Par
lor sets or Odd Pieces reupholstered.
Call and see our Cozy Corner Lounges
something new You will want one
when you see Jf.
Mattresses made to order and reno
vated. Silk Floss for Cushions and pil
lows. Telephone 928. (Masonic Temple.)
ALAKEA STREET.
L. KCXNGr FEE.
Merchant : Tailor.
623 Fort St., Opp. Club Stable.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
w SONABLE RATES.
Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis
faction guaranteed. .
LANDS
For Sale.
1st. 18 Lots at Kallhi, opposite H. C.
Meyers' premises.
2nd. 7 Lots at Kallhi, adjoining Hon.
D. II. Kahaulello's new Castle.
3rd. I Lots at Kallhi, next to Mrs.
Cockett's premises.
4th. 12 Lots at Kallhi, facing Kame
hameha IV Road, and in front of G.
Markham's Residence.
5th. One Lot 96x200 feet, mauka of
the Catholic Church premises at Ka
llhi. 6th. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying
mauka of King street, about 300
feet from the Kapalama Tramways
Depot.
7th. Five Lots and Houses at Kapa
lama, situated mauka of King street
and on the Waikiki side of Morris
Estate premises.
8th. A Lot of about half an acre
mauka side of King Street, about 400
feet from the corner of Lillha and
King Streets. The premises pro
duce an income of $628 per annum;
will sell for $5,500.
9th. 25 Lots 50x100 feet In Puunul
Tract.
25 Lots 75x150 in Puunui Tract.
25 Lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract,
10th. 6 Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street,
right opposite the old Ice Works.
About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu at
rear and mauka of the above 6 Lots.
11th. About 70 Lots in the Keklo
Tract, situated opposite the Makee
Island Band Stand. It is admitted
that it is one of the best tracts near
the Waikiki Sea Beach.
12th. About 300 Lots In the Kapahulu
Tract.
I3TH SOLD.
14th. About 1,000 acres in Kealako
mo, Puna, Hawaii; the land extends
from the beach to about 2 miles
from the Volcano.
15th. CITY PROPERTIES, Etc., Etc.
Prices are the cheapest In the Market.
For further particulars apply to
If. 1 II I
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
W. C. Aohl, our manager, has over
16 years experience in Real Estate
Business in this City.
Honolulu, July 19th, 1898.
J. F. MORGAN.
REAL ESTATE
AND
STOCK BROKER.
Member of Honolulu Stock
Exchange.
Telephone No. 72.
5046 P. O. Box No. 54.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
LIMITED.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckel3 Vice-President
W. M. Giffard..Secretary and Treasurer
H. M. Whitney, Jr Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS
-AND-
COMMISSION AGENTS
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Company
Of San Francisco, CaL
lie Moiicoi mm,
M. KHSAVA,
Nuuanu street, near Beretania
site Commercial saloonv-'
ill
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BETWEEN CALJORNIVAND
RAMENTO STREiTTS.
San Francisco Cayor
Twenty years of succjful
ience as a Real Estate Xnt
me to state that I nave cc?e,
Investors, when they folio iejL3
The attention of those "nalns
to invest is called to the faJtbxiti
are great opportunities to make rpl
did investments in San Fracctsco S
t
Estate at the present Uma.J$b3'-f:
ddtion of realty at present Jurra 1 1
Duyer. this is cne time to wcirz M
properties can be purchase) 1
prices. "4!.',i
San Francisco has a great latere j i
unite on this point. It i$ to bki
great city of the Pacific Coast
man wno Duys now win naira iirr
rich. .
I offer my experience and $ ci"
or values or property to tnccajC
sire to purchase business rr- v
for income, or Improved lotair- J?
for Investment. Informatlr'
fully given in reference top
clsco. I will be happy n. 1
In relation thereto. JsJ&
Sometimes estates f .
the property has to y
way fine purchases cansOx
all such sales and can iw
as to values. fAJ .
Money invested on Real IT.
ourity for those who 'desire 1
their money. j
Full charge taken of propert,
taxes paid for absent owners. v
w. j. auiv
Real Estate Agent, 410 llocl
St., San Francisco.
Souvenir Jewelry, j
The attention of those Trija r'
carry away with them souvenirs
OLD HAWAII V
Is called to my manufacturing Czi
ment. Jewelry of all kinds tn2j
order. j
BIART
404 FO'
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H U STAC E & edg
DEALERS DM 1
Wood and Cc
ALSO j
White and Black
Which we will sell at th veryf
maraet rates. k t
Repairing and L ocksmitn. TcIepIicU wl-
J. T. LUNbi
PRACTICAL MACHIK'
Estimates on .
Ornamental Iron and Brass '
Bronze and Electro-Plating
v.
ENAMELING, VULCANIZING VV
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BICYCLE REPAID
In all its branches.
Union Street (Bell Tower) Hoes;
Riememlbeir
the flaine
Object of the
Paiama Go-operative Grocery Co.
Is to enable the public to CZ-
their groceries at somethino VEzst
reasonable prices.
A trial order will convince jc3
of the truth of wbat our custciT
ers say about savin monerr ciui
they commenced to deal wltli d
Opposite Railway DepoV
King Street,
P. O. Box 6C3
Tel. 755.
Bran, Oats, Barley and Hay.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller : : Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
AND-
NAVY CONTRACTORS.
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PALAMA CO OP. GROCERY CO.
WING WO TAJ & CO.
214 NUUANU STiUr- :
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Ivory, Lacquer, SilvA jf r..-...
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