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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JANUARY, 24, 1S99.
0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The bczt at the lowest price at HOPP'S. Jmrm 9 I H M JIUU 0! A Nice Line of Handsome ! Dining Roo: 0 0 0 0 CHAIRS AND I Wicker 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 0 0 0 0 0 AMIBA 0 0 0 0 5 Of American Manufacture 0 Chairs I NOW IN STOCK. ALSO Some Very Pretty ! Centre Rugs. 0 0 his ond mam A SPECIALTY. 0 0 ! J. HOPP & CO. 0 o 0 Leading Furniture Dealers, KING & BETHEL STS. 0 0 0 0 0 i oooooooooo PORTRAITS, First class work guaranteed. Upon permanent paper. Appointments made by Telophon 492 Sole proprietors of the Bas-Relief and Iridium processes. Largo collection of Island Views. Kodak pictures developed and printed. PHOTOGRAPHIC CoA LIMITED. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. a BREWER & CO., L'D. Queen Street, : : Honolulu, H. L AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, W&Iluku Sugar Company, Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Su gar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters Line, San Francisco Packets, Charles Brewer & Cos Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit er. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Underwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jone9, President; George H. Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. AHen. Auditor; C. M. Cooke, H. Water bouse, G. R. Carter, Directors. 5 rgg rw. m c J V1 "7A ft tyrew: zin 1 i a 8 Brought for us among other Goods, about a hundred crates and casks of Crockerv and Chinaware, containing a new supply of our well known TRILBY WARE, In Blue, Fade Green and Russet Brown colors, with our new 1899 pattern called Litton. A fine line of WHITE SEMI-PORCELAIH and a complete stock of IRONSTONE for hotel and restaurant trade. We are also displaying THE "RED POPPY," In French China, which is very neat in appear ance and reasonable in price and is sold in quantities to suit the purchaser. urn mm LIMITED. SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOR "Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, Primus Oil Stoves. w- I I I w W W W W W V I GET IT AT WATEPwHOUSE'S. W hnve iu.st received a laree 5 shipment of Agate and fin Ware, I which must be sold to make room g for other goods to arrive. I I I l I I l I ! 1 55 1 I f Coffee Pots, 6 sizes. Tea Pots, 6 sizes. Sauce Pans, 5 sizes. T,ard. Flour and Suzar Con- tainers, 3, 6 and 9 gals, Stock Pots, extra heavy, 3, 6 ami 9 gals. Preserving Kettles. Dish Pans, S sizes. Cullenders, 3 sizes. Strainers. Lipped Fry Pans, S sizes. Oblong Bake Pans, 6 sizes, 13 to IS inches. C,uara T?qVo P.ina. -1 6i7!P. 10 to 13 inches. Pie Plates, 4 sizes, 7 to 10 inches. Jelly Cake Pan?, 3 sizes, s to 10 inche?. Cake Moulds, 5 size?. Mellon Mould?, 4 size0. Milk Boiler, 6 sizes. Coffee Biggins, S size?. Tea Kettles, S sizes. Fish Kettles, 3 sizes. Covered Buckets, S size?, 1 T to 12 quarts. I Slop Pails, Etc., Etc., ? And other goods too numerous to I mention. 2 f Come and look for yourself and I be convinced that we have one of 5 I the most complete stocks of Kitch- I J en Furnishing Goods in the City. I I I xn TROUBLE TO S I SHOW GOODS. I T - f 5 Prices Away Down! WING WO TAI & CO. 214 NUUANU STREET. Irory, Lacquer, Sliver and CrockerJ Ware. Screen, Yfem, Rftttao Chain, Crepe, Bilk, Ciff mrt. Etc., Dte., Dte. J. T. WA' nni -v i r itAin i ' T Vaverley Block, vf avi ij wiwvii S Bethel Street. S I I f Crockery, Hardware. Groceries. I i I Misted in 1551. lenders in 1899. I T f M M M M M M M M 0AM E BY DORIC JAS-R morgan Kamaainas Return anil Noted Tourists Arrive. iflnp Broker. 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. SAILORS FOR ADMIRAL DEWEY A Title Pali James Creelman En route To Join Steamer Here Smooth Passage From Coast. r UNDERWRITERS JflLU The Oriental steamer Doric arrived yesterday afternoon from San Fran cisco, having made the trip in six days and fourteen hours. The voyage was a pleasant and uneventful one. No ships were sighted." There were forty-five cabin passen gers and fifteen in the European steer age for Honolulu. Among the through passengers, seven are bound for Yoko hama, four for Nagasaki, two for Shanghai and thirteen for Hongkong. There are 1S2 American sailors on board, en route to Manila for Admiral Dewey's fleet. Nearly all come from New York. Lieut. W. A. Gill is in charge. The cargo for Honolulu consists of thirty-four packages and three boxes specially consigned to H. Hack f eld &. Company. A number of Islanders returned home by the Doric. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lans ing have been in Ookland. .Mrs. Lans ing has been away since last June. Mr. and Mrs. Lansing have been ill on the coast but both are much improved now. Senator H. W. Schmidt and daught er have been spending a few weeks in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. EUlwin H. Paris are back from a brief visit to San Fran cisco. Mr. Paris has been attending to some business matters. Charles S. Desky is back after a visit to his family in Oakland. J. A. Kennedy went to the coast on business for the Honolulu Iron Works. Mrs. F. W. McChesney has been vis iting friends in the States. Mrs. A. W. Keech and two children have been, sojourning in the States for three years. Lloyd Conkling was in San Francisco on business matters and a visit to friends. Mrs. B. F. Dillingham returns from San Francisco much improved in health. She is accompanied by her daughter, Miss 'Marion Dillingham. Lewis S. Gear cojnes from California on a visit to his brothers, A. V. Gear and Attorney George D. Gear. Over thirty tourists arrived on the steamer. The most distinguished of these visitors are Sir Charles Payne and Lady Payne, of England. They are touring the world. The Hawaiian hotel is sheltering them. The other visitors include Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Renouf, Mrs. S. E. Williams, Lieut, and Mrs. L. B. Hamilton and two children, Dr. Grace Pulver, Miss Edna Henry, T. D. Beasley, Mrs. Clara Smith. Miss H. A. Wheeler, Miss Blanche Winans. Miss Nellie Jobe, F. H. Austin, Mrs. W. Iv. Azbill, H. Wen ne, Miss Effie M. Ieedick, Mrs. P. L. Smith, Mrs. G. Schmitt, Mrs. J. C. Bar ber, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Van Wyck, the Misses Edna and Gertrude Van Wyck, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards. F. I. Cutter, assistant superintendent of the insane asylum, has been visit ing San Francisco friends. James Creelman, the distinguished newspaper correspondent, is a passen ger on the Doric en route to Manila, where he goes in the interest of the New York Journal. Mr. Creelman was conspicuous during the blockade in Cuba and was at the front at El Caney. He has just returned from Paris, where he reported the proceedings of the Peace Commission for his paper. Mr. Creelman is counting on witness ing an active campaign upon his ar rival in the Philippines. The Doric will sail for Yokohama at 2 o'clock today. She will take from here Mr. and Mrs. Dewey. A. V. John son, C. D. Jones. Wanson S. Webb and Mr. Laugh 1 in. Band Concert. The Government band will give a moonlight concert tonight at Thomas Square. Beginning at 7:30 the follow ing selections will be rendered: PART I. Overture Frolic Students Suppe Waltz Laura Millocker Grand Selection Martha .... Wallace Katie Donahue. A Christmas Carol. The Mioses Keliaa and Alepai. PART II. 0a Wednesday, Jan. 25, '99 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my sales rc-otn. Queen street, Ho nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction, t for account of rVhom it may concern. the following Merchandise, Damaged by sea water ex ship Anam ba, J. Harder master, on voyage of im portation from Liverpool: Duff Diamond S552. No. 506-515 10 b.;'.5. each 2 xloz. doz. Galvanize-I Buckets, 9 in. No. 516-520 5 bdls. each 2 doz. doz. Galvanized Buckets, 10 in. No. 521-525 5 bdls. each 2 doz. doz. Galvanized Buckets, 11 in. No. 526-53510 Irlls. each 2 doz. doz. Galvanized Buckets, 12 in. No. 536-54510 t-dls. each 2 doz. doz. Galvanized Buckets, 13 in. No. 546-555 10 t-IIs. each 2 doz. doz. Galvanized Buckets, 14 in. No. 556-560 5 bdls. each 2 doz. doz. Galvanized Buckets, 15 in. No. 561-5S4 24 nets each 0 tubs, sorted sizes. No. 5S5-605 24 -nests each S tubs, sorted sizes. No. 609-61810 Li Is doz. tubs, 30 in each 1 doz. 20 10 10 20 20 20 10 TERMS CASH. U. S. Gold Coin. Honolulu, Jan. 21, lS0i. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. TURKISH RUG SALE. By special request of a number of residents, Mr. Mihran, the Turkish rug collector, has delayed his departure for San Francisco until the departure of the S. S. Moana, leaving Honolulu Feb ruary 1st. This delay is made so as to allow a display and sale of a number of bales of elegant TURKISH and PERSIAN RUGS, not before shown in Honolulu, which were reserve! to be talien to the States. Early inspection of these Goods is in vited, the articles being now on view at the Progress block, Fort St., until the hour of sale. THE AUCTION SALE TAKING PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, JAN 25, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Supplementary Catalogues are now being issued and cam be obtained at the Sales Room, Fort St., and this will be positively the last chance. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctions, Executor's Sale. AT AUCTION. By order of J. M. DOWSETT, admin istrator cf the estate of J. I. Dowsett, deceased, I will sell at public auction at my salesroom, Queen street, Hono lulu, On Saturday, January 28th, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, The following properties: LEASES. 1. Lease from J. M. Monsarrat of about SO acres land at Kolo and Olelo, Moana, S. Kona, Hawaii, together with all growing awa. Leased for two years from January 1st, 1S99, at a yearly rental of $200. Rent paid to July 1st, 1S99. 2. Lease from Hawaiian Govern ment of land at Opihihali, S. Kona, containing 145 acres more or less, be ing lots S, 9, 10 of Government Home steads. Lease eight years from May 1st, 1S99. Yearly rental $100. Lease sold with the growing awa. 3. All the right, title and interest of J I. Dowsett, to awa growing at Laie, Oahu, and Keauhou and Kahaluu, N. Kona, Hawaii. 4. About 1,500 ions Hawaiian salt. The schooner "Ada," complete with sails, etc., ready for sea. 1 Pair Large Scales. 1 Single Dray. 1 Spring Wagon. 1 Set Harness. Chains, Rope, etc. Further particulars of JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. Cornet Bowler o!o Hawaii Nei ... Mr. Charles Kreutei Selection A Runaway Girl Carry l Monckton .Waltz Path of Roses Fetras Lancers Jolly Boys Williams The Star Spangled Banner. JAS. F. MORGAN Buy a box of our delicious candy for your Iady friend and see her smile. New England Bakery. do NDC 33 Queen Street, p. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. CD CO CD 00 CD CD 00 CD CD CO CD CD CO CD CD CO .1 899 1 899 1 899 1 899 1 899 1 899- i nouns SHOE II. oo Ml EE2 . . . CO CO CO CO CO CO Maw Vaap'ci TtoenlntiAn i AXVii JLUU1 U JUVUV1UL1111. g CO , (To be adopted January 1st, 1S99.) WHEREAS, The year 1S9S, with its benefits and errors are past and the experiences gained during that period are remembered; BE IT RESOLVED, That in commencing the year 1S99, with Its uncertainties, we will shape our course so that the voyage will be safe from shoals and reefs. ooo To start right, go to the Progress Shoe House, We wish all a Happy, Prosperous Year. A. E, MURPHY & CO. CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO 1 899- 205 Hotel Street. .1 899 1 899 1 899 1 899- 1899- Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association's ':budweiser: -ooo- Two Carloads of this FAMOUS just to hand. FOR SALE BY .8. lackfeld h Go, L tl vwvla IIAIMPI IM JUST ARRIVED Ex. S. C ALLEN 20 HEAD LARGE Young-: Mules, IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION. F" or Sal & at SCHDMM'S 50 CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Sboclubtables. 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 pre pared to supply Planters and Agents with any amount and description of Work Harness, or parts thereof, at figures that will compare favorable with Coast prices, and the assurance of a far better wearing article. A full line of Carriage, Harness, Stable and Horse Goods. Island orders promptly ard satisfactorily filled. C. R. COLLINS. ESTABLISHED 1891. phoo66&x 496 raG STi nflar mm And at Mil II.