THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. APRIL 4, lSOO.
?? A-rti-.i 7.,-. ,7-. 7 -
under the direct charge of
-Vi?. ARTHUR N. SANFORD
a graduate of the Phila
dclphia Optical College,
5 and, all icork will receive
5 closest attention.
refraction will continue to be
our special aim, though no part
of this most necessary uork icill
suffer from the slightest neglect,
As ice grind all manner of
complicated lenses in our own ?
t workshop, the advantage to you
of receiving your glasses within
twenty-four hours after receipt
of the prescription cannot be
Recent imports of
anri c wonderful
ft places our stock of Optical
ft Goods at the very top. The
ft Tricdcr Binocular, having
tj many times ' the magnifying
3 power of the ordinary Marine
$ Glass, together with compact-
ft ness, recommends it as the finest
ft' glass for every use, ichere the
ft magnificat ion of objects is de-
ft sired. We will be glad to show
XL 7j ilifTtwrMr.p.. nrnl rrmrinrr unit H
J 0 fie above fact.
' K A Small Lot just received
w and for sale at the
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Buildingr, 534-536 Fort Sii
TELEPHONE 846; RESIDENCE. 849.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and Kingr Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods.
New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California,
7&uieni States and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Island Trade Solicited.
P. O. BOX 145. : : : : TELEPHONE 92.
Founders and Machinist!
213 Queen St., bet. Alafcea and Richards Sts., Efaoluln.
Inv!to Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestlngs Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
KEPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
t ?Tv.a niira rrcntr nnrjs- his
CT I At first the infant, mewling and puking in the nurse's arms.
Play the first act successfully, to lead to the second gracefully, he may
need Nursing Bottles, Nursing Fittings, Infant's Food, Condensed Milk,
Lime Water, Soothing Syrup, Syrup of Ipecac, Spiced Syrup of Rhubarb,
Powder Puffs, Violet Powder, Puff Boxes, Hair Brushes and dainty Combs,
fashioned for tiny heads. He receives many a grateful prompting in the first
act from the mysterious bottles and crowded cases of the
Honolulu Drug: Co.
Von Holt Block. - - - King Street.
TELEPHONE NO. 364.
LATEST AHD BEST.jJAPANESE DINNER
THE NEW ASPIRANT
FOR HONORS IS THE
Having all the good points of the
older standard machines with many
new ones, giving it claims of superior
ity that invite inspection, yet at a
lower price than any other high class
THOS. G. THRUM,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
New Supplies at hand of Stationery
for Office or Commercial needs and So
Late books by popular authors, and
books relating to these Islands being
constantly received. A new stock of
the latter just received by last steamer.
THOS. Q. THRUM,
SiM mil News w.
FORT ST., Cor. of Hotel.
We are SOLE AGENTS for the Ha
waiian Islands for the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONE CO., of New York,
and by getting our goods direct from
the factory, we are enabled to offer the
same at prices reasonable to all. See
Eagle Graphaphones complete, $12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking
tube, and one Way hearing tube, ?25.
Records, doz., $6; blanks, doz., $3.
Recorders, $4.75. Brass horns and
other supplies constantly on hand.
Repairing Promptly Done.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
nets beins seven ases.
9 8 H Pi 0 Di ?m "VI
Officers of the Cruiser
Largs Gathering- of Citizens of the
Land of the Mikado Speeches
Made Banquet Tonight.
The officers of the Japanese cruiser
Chitose were entertained last evening
by the Japanese Legation and a num
ber of Japanese residents. The com
mander of the cruiser and about fifteen
officers were the guests of honor.
The banquet was given in the open
air on the grounds of the Japanese
primary school, on Nuuanu street.
There were about 150 people who sat
down to a royal repast. The grounds
had been elaborately decorated with
flngs and potted plants, and were lit up
by myriads of Japanese lanterns.
Speeches were made by a number of
those present. The Government band
was in attendance and rendered a num
ber of selections. Following is the
Overture Band Festival.
Introduction of the chairman
Mr. K. Imanishi.
Chairman's Address By W02. Mr
Band The General Oyama.
Address Mr. H. Mizuno.
Address Mr. K. Inouye.
Address Captain of the Chitose.
Ban d K i m i zayo.
Three cheers for H. I. M.
Two cheers for the H. I. M. man-of-war
One cheer for the captain.
Band Charge of Battalion.
One cheer for the officers.
Band Over the Sea.
The Star Spangled Banner.
This evening the captain of the Chi
tose will entertain on board the cruis
er those who gaVe" the banquet last
To parties with limited means d3sir
us of having a home. I wish to caii
ittention to the fact that for a small
layment down I will build houses, up
n the Pawaa Tract or elsewhere, upon
he installment plan.
WILL E. FISHER,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Fort and Merchant streets.
HORSES THAT DO NOT DRINK.
(Honolulu Letter in The Chicago
The proverbial horse who can be led
to water but who cannot be made to
drink exists in great numbers in the
Hawaiian, Islands. Among cattle he
has thousands of cousins of the same
proclivities. It is a surprising state
ment to make, and yet one that is lit
erally true and so commonplace that
no one here thinks anything about it,
that there are hundreds of horses and
thousands of cattle which never take a
drink of water throughout the whole
course of their lives.
On all the islands the upper altitudes
of the mountains -are given up to cat
tle ranges. The cattle run wild from
the time they are born until they are
rounded up to be sent to the slaughter
house. Except during possibly two or
three months of the rainy season there
Pare no streams or pools of water any
where that the cattle range. But
everywhere there grows a recumbent,
jointed grass, known by the name of
maninia. This is both food and drink.
Horses and cattle crazing at will oa it
neither require water nor will drink it
My first experience with this fact was
on a trip to HalecSala. Our party were
mounted on horses which had just been
brought in from the range. The trip
we had to make was fourteen miles, in
which distance we ascec-ded about nine
thousand feet. We started late in the
afternoon, and atout sundown we
halted for supper. I thought it strange
that the horses should leave a feed of
grain to nibble the scanty grass which
grew where we were, but I was willing
to trust their instinct in the matter.
But before starting I insisted that they
be given water. Our native guide de
murred to this, saying they didn't need
it, but with the good-natured compli
ance of his race yielded to my insist
ence, and led a detour of about a mile,
which brought us to a ranch house
where there was a well. But to my
utter amazement and stupefication the
horses would not drink. I took it as
another case of instinct, and assumed
that the water for some reason was not
good, and so refrained from drinking
myself. It was rot until our return,
the second day afterward, to Kawaa
pae, that I learned from Mrs. Bailey,
our hostess, the secret of the wonder
ful maninia grass.
Bunches of bananas made of papier
mache have been introduced as signs
on the wharves of New York, where
the depredations of hoodlums are fre
quent. It is proposed to add wooden
peanuts for the benefit of policemen
and other friendly samplers of the
stock in trade.
IJONui.UU- l( Ai LXU1AXGE.
Honolulu. H. I.. April C. 1S0.
NAME OF STOCK.
C Brewer & cj ,
Haw. As. Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Capital i Par '
no . . .
10' .... ;
10v ! .
HO . .. '.
Koua Sugar Co. As
Maunaiei j yuO.OOo'
laid Hps t) 0(X)
Faiuhaa sug: pjin.'Uo
Pepeekeo 1 '. . '. '.
Wa am Agr Co. asV.V
. Pd- upj
Wilder 6. 6 Co
Inir Iaiaud S. S Co...
100 . . ,
Haw'u Ei. ct. Co
Hou. Kpd Tran. & L Co
Mutual telephone Co..
Makaba Cof. Co. L. a.-g
., ' Pidup....
O. K & L. Co. ......
j J ,
riaw'n Gov't ti per ct.J.
Ilaw'n Gov't S per ct..j.
Uaw'n G. Poit Saviugs .
4Ja per ct .
O. K. Jt L. Co .
Sales Reported Forty Wailuku.
$400; 34 Hawaiian Sugar, $230; -11
Oahu, $275; 15 Honokaa Sugar Co.,
$295; $10,000 O. R. & 1,. Co., $102.25.
Quotation Changes Fourteen.
Food Frepered Wltti Calumot I
Froo from Roohello Salts, Alum,
Lime and Ammonia. "Calu
mot' la the Housewif e'e
u rovder ;
WOWE SO COCO.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
the subscribers of the stock of the Niu
lii Sugar Company, Limited, at the of
fices of Henry Waterhouse & Company,
Queen street, on Tuesday, the 4th inst.,
at 9 o'clock a. m., for the following
(1) For organization.
(2) For the election of officers.
(3) For the agreement upon articles
of the association.
(4) For the transaction of any other
business which may be brought before
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Hawaiian. Carriage
Manufacturing Co., Limited, held this
day, the following officers were elected
to serve until the next annual meeting:
L. M. Whitehouse, President, vice
Cecil Brown, resigned.
J. J. Sullivan, Vice President, vice
Frank Hustace, resigned.
W. W. Bruner, treasurer, vice W.
L. M. Whitehouse and W. W. Bruner
directors, vice Cecil Brown and Frank
Honolulu, H. I., April 3rd, 1899.
SUBSCRIBERS FOR SHATtES IN
the Niulii Sugar Company, Limited, are
requested to call at the offices of Henry
waterbouse & Company, Queen street,
on or oetore Thursday, April 6th, 1899,
and pay for their subscriptions. All
subscriptions not paid at the expira
tion of this time will be delinquent.
A DIVIDEND WILL BE DUE AND
payable to the stockholders of the Ho
nokaa Sugar Company at the office of
F. A. Schaefer & Co.. todav fMnnrinv
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, April 1, 1899.
A PIANO :
Seethe Pianos we are selling
at $10.00 per monthly install
ment? SOLE ACENTS FOR
Corner Fort and Eeretatia Sts.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired.
& & j & & jn fi ja & ,? j
v . y . n
A . (! . i
U. S. PRICES.
A GOOD WHEEL FOR LITTLE EOKEY
See Display Of
Hortd Goofls Bepoilneiii
.00 Remipg oa Bicycle
. , For $50.
t $85.00 Remington Bicycle I
...... For $50, J
X $85.00 Remington Bicycle X
00 Remington Bicycle X
Remember tse Maine
And also be sure to remember a fact
that is plain
"We are the only view artists in town
who have a right to the name.
AL DEWEY EFFECTIVELY
CLEANED UP THE DONS
at Manila in May
So we have shown to friends and to
foes that we're in the business
But when it comes to the Amateur
trade, our methods can't help
Because we finish and deliver our work
before our opponents begin.
We have now on the way from the
States a very fine photograph
When you want fresh and GUARAN
TEED Goods, go to
LE M UN YON,
IN THE LOVE BLOCK.
AT AN ADJOURNED MEETING
of the stockholders of me Pacific
Cycle & Manufacturing Co., held this
day, the following officers were duly
President J. F. Humburg
Vice President Geo. Rodiek
Treasurer A. Stadtlaender
Secretary A. Stadtlaender
Auditor W. Wolters
Manager Horace J. Craft
The officers of the Company consti
tute the Board of Directors.
Honolulu, March 28th, 1S99.
Head tXe Hatcnii? ttaatti
Pccilic Cycle l i. I
i A few elegant lots at
Manoa on the road, with
unsurpassed view and
climate. On line pro
posed Rapid Transit.
2 Several town lots on Ber-
etania Street, Ewa side
of Geo. Ross.
3 One house and lot on
4 Lots in different parts of
5 Kapiolani Park Addition
Lots, on installments.
7 Seven acres, more or less,
rice and kula land, ad
joining Minbter Cooper's
land in Manoa.
8 Two elegant homes at
Makiki or Punahou
10 Lands in Nuuanu valley,
1 1 Long leasehold at Kaka
ako with good returns.
1 $ Only 6 more lots of all
sizes in different parts
of the most desirable lo
cations of Kalihi, with
fine views, macadam
ized streets, and water
supply from city. These
lots we sell at lowest
figures in monthly in
stallments without in
terest so as to put them
witMn reach of any
body who wants a home.
16 Good business location
Beretania, Waikiki side
of Nuuanu Street.
17 House and lot, well im
proved, on wide, macad
amized street in Kalihi,
just past Kamehameha
Schools. Price $2,250.
18 Fine House Lot of almost
3-4 of an acre, on good
street in best locality of
Kalihi, with fine view.
Water laid on. Will sell
19 FOR RENT Two Cotta
ges, one located at Kali
hi and other on Punch
20 FOR RENT A suburban
cottage completely fur
nished (inclusive a new
piano), in good locality
with all the latest im
6 rooms, kitchen, pantry,
bath-room and cellar, out
houses and large grounds
planted with a variety of
bearing fruit trees- toa
responsible party, who
is willing to take good
care of premises.
21 FOR SALE A house lot
100x200 in block 17 on
Lehua Avenue, Pearl
22 A few of the very choi
cest lots, of various
sizes, in all Kalihi, Ewa
side of H. C. Myers,
Esq., commanding an
unsurpassed view, on
fine street with water
from city. A visit tQ
the grounds will con
vince. Terms to suit
Offer for saleany kind of
Buy and sell outright
City and Suburban Real Es
J. H. SCHNACK or
F. L. D0RTCH.
Real Estate and
223 Merchant St.
P. O. Box No. lOi
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