THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL G,
JC je jc j js jj jEo j J ji J
wile from thi-j day on ho
under the direct charge of
MR. ARTHUR N. SAN FORI) 3
a graduate of the Phila
delphia Optical College,
ft and all work will
ft' closest attention.
T7te accurate fitting of t
Glasses to correct all errors of
refraction will continue to he
our special a im, though no pari
of this mwt necessary work will
suffer from the slightest neglect.
As tee grind all manner of
workshop, the advantage to you
o receiving your qlasscs within f
o ite prescription catuioi -he
over estimated. &
Recent imports of
and wonderful - fc,
our sfoc: of Optical
Goods at the very top. The
tj Triedcr Binocular, having
l many times the magnifying
power of the ordinary Marine
Glass, together with compact-
ft ness, recommends it as the finest
ft glass for every use, where the
magnification of ohjects is de-
H aired. We will he glad to show t
tlic difference, anZ -convince you
o fie above fact.
if it jr r c ? K a? ar
B AB Y CRI AQ ES.
A Small Lot just received
w and for sale at the
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Building, 534-536 Fort Si;
TELEPHONE 846: RESIDENCE. 849.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and Kingr Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and
General Agents for the Sanitarmm Brand of Health Foods.
New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from CalitornU,
"Baslem States and European Markta.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish.
Gooda Delivered to Any Part of the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Island Trade Solicited.
p. O. BOX 145. : : : : TELEPHONE 92.
213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Encolaln.
Invito Enquiries for Gonoral Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
HEPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
t v.? t?Tno Tinv mnnv nnrts: 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 mj'sterious bottles and crowded cases of the
Honolulu Drug: Co.
Von Holt Block. - - - King Street.
LATEST AND BEST.
THE MEW ASPIRANT
FOR HONOKS IS THE
Having all the good points of the
older standard machines with many
new ones, giving it claims of superior
ity tnat invite inspection, yet at a
lower price tba.n any other hig-h 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 Islarls being
constantly received. A new stock of
the latter just received by last steamer.
THOS, Q. THRUM,
mf id News J
FORT ST., Cor. of Hotel.
We are SOLE AGENTS for the Ha
waiian Islands for. the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHODCE CO., of Nev York,
and by getting our goods direct from
the factory, we are enabled to offer the
same at prices reasonable to til. 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, $4.7S. Brass horns and
other supplies- constantly on han.
Repairing Promptly Done.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
acts being seven ages.
A Weil Known Steamer
in Port Again.
Battalion of the Ninth Infantry on
Board This Is Her Third Trip
to Manila Leave Saturday.
The United Stages army transport
Zealandia is at Pacific Mail wharf tak
ing on coal, en route for Manila, hav
ing arrived from San Francisco at 6
o'clock yesterday morning. The Zea
landia anchored in naval row during
all of yesterday as the City of Rio de
Janeiro was occupying the berth at the
Mail dock, and moved alongside when
the Rio sailed at G p. m.
The Zealandia has on board a bat
talion of the Ninth United States in
fantry, G50 strong. The companies are
B, Capt. Charles M. Rockefeller, Lieut.
J. Schoeffel; C, Capt. Charles R. Noy.es;
D, Capt. George Palmer; Lieut. H. L.
Dalton; E, Lieut. F. II. Schoeffel; H,
Lieut. A. W. Yates; K, Capt. John A.
Baldwin, Lieut. J. W. Williams. There
is .a hospital corps of six men under a
Capt. Rockefeller is in command of
the battalion, Lieut Rethen acting ad
jutant, and Capt. A. S. Bickman, quar
termaster. The surgeons are Capt.
Lewis, U. S. A., and Lieut. C. B. Elliott,
U. S. V. Lieuts. C. P. Faulkner, of the
Fourteenth United States Infantry, and
Clinton, of the Twenty-second United
States Infantry, are aboard, going to
join their regiments.
The officers of the ship are as fol
lows.: Thos. Dowdell, captain; Thos.
P. Deering, first officer; W. Stephen
son, second officer; J. KeeJer, chief en
gineer; Wm. Dunleavy, first assistant
engineer; Richard Grundell, second as
sistant engineer; R. Yoacham, third as
sistant engineer; J. G. Penfield, chief
steward, and James Denny, second
It is thought that the Zealandia will
be read3r to sail by Saturday morning.
Two Cargoes for Hawaii.
The bark Martha Davis cleared from
San Francisco March 2ith for Hono
lulu with an assorted merchandise car
go. Among the principal exports were
G2 bbls Flour, i975 ctls Barley, 21G
tons Fertilizer, 1 cs Electrical Goods,
5G cs Hardware, 10 bxs Candles, 3000
cs Coal Oil, 3000 sXs Bran, 204 lbs
Cheese, 100 coils Rope, GGS lbs Hams
and Bacon, 1 cs Dry Goods, 300 lbs
Codfish, 2S7 pkgs Car Material, 430 sks
Middlings, 2 fcalca Clothing, 210 cs
Gasoline, 30 cs Potash, 2179 lbs and 39
cs Bread, 150 bbls Lime, 55,000 Bricks,
59 pks Machinery, 400 'bales Hay, 5 cs
Honey, 11 rolls Leather, 148 cs Paints
and Oils, 33 ctls Wheat, 900 lbs Meal,
181 cs Canned Goods, 17 cs and 30 bbls
Salmon, 2322 lbs Beans, 2 cs Electrical
Goods, 11 horses, 12 mules.
The barkentine S. G. Wilder also
cleared the same day for Honolulu
with an assorted merchandie cargo.
Among the leading shipments were the
2S50 gals Wine, 12 cs Canned Goods,
GO ctls Barley, 100 tons Fertilizer, 42
bales Dry Goods, 150 cs Coal Oil, 321
bales Hay, 2 baies Clotbing, 2 cs Boots
and Shoes, 6 carboys Acid, 20 casks
Beer, 100 bbls Lime, 100 sks Bran, 10
An Absurd Story.
The Sundav Examiner of March
2G;:h devote the first 'page of their col
ored supplement to the funeral of the
late Princess Kaiulani, advancing the
theory that she v;ae prayed to death.
This may prove interesting Sunday
reading to the Examiner's subscribers,
but here, where the facts of her sick
ness are well kn-ovn, the idea is too
absurd even for discussion.
WILL STRENGTHEN OTIS.
WASHINGTON, March 2G Word is
hourly expected at the War Depart
ment of the arrival of the transport
Sheridan at Manila, with 1900 re-enforcements
for General Otis. This will
be a formidable addition to his fight
ing strength. The troops include one
full regiment and headquarters and
one battalion of another, and if the
experience of those taken aboard the
Grant and Sherman is repeated they
will be in fighting trim as soon as they
land, and ready to be pushed immedi
ately to the front. Six regiments of
infantry and artillery, comprising ap
proximately S000 men, one regiment
of which sailed from San Francisco
yesterday, are under orders for Ma
nila. Their movement will be pushed
as rapidly as possible with a view to
the re-enforcement of General Otis at
the earliest day practicable.
A native woman was fined $75 in the
police court yesterday for having cpiuni
A lot on Wyllie street, 430 by 79, was
sold at auction by J. F. Morgan yester
day for $5,750, to the Ii estate.
Ilaniwai has been bought by E. S.
Buhlen. It and Wright's Villa will be
consolidated and run under one management.
HERE TO STAY
The British - American
Line will be Permanent.
Hllo Must Furnish a Guarantee of
Traffic Otherwise Vessels
Will not Call There.
Passenger Agent McGinnis, of the
British-American line, is resting easy
at the residence of Dr. George Herbert,
on Alakea street. It will be remem
bered that he suffered a severe iujury
during the trip of the Garonne, in
which he arrived as a passenger last
Tuesday. Since his arrival it has been
learned that the magnitude of the op
erations of the new Seattle-Honolulu
liners will be quite in keeping with the
big traffic that will spring up between
Hawaii and Puget Sound when quick
and steady ocean communication is as
sured. -And this is what the Frank
Waterhouse, Limited, is going to do.
ing to do.
After May 1st, it is reported, Hilo
cannot hope to be even a way port, for
the British-American liners unless she
bestirs herself. She must not only
provide a demand for general merchan
dise and feed stuffs from the Sound
country, but also furnish sugar or ba
nanas back. This Honolulu can do,
and a large amount of the sugar from
this port will be diverted to the Great
Northern route in other wrords via the
British-American freighters to Seattle,
thence overland to New York.
laws go into effect next year all the
British bottoms now chartered by the
Br.;ish-American line will be replaced
by American bottoms. I his means
that they are here to stay and the rea
son that they are using British bottoms
at present is that the operation of Brit
ish vessels costs much less than the
operation of American vessels and that
charters of British vessels can be made
for less money than the charters of
SUBSCRIBERS FOR SHARES IN
the Niulii Sugar Company, Limited, are
requested to call at the offices of Henry
Waterhouse & Company, Queen street,
on or before Thursday, April 6th, 1899,
and pay for their subscriptions. All
subscriptions not paid at the expira
tion of this time will be delinquent.
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 Browrn, resigned.
J. J. Sullivan, Vice President, vice
Frank Hustaee, resigned.
W. W. Bruc-er, treasurer, vice W.
L. M. Whitehouse and W. W. Bruner
directors, vice Cecil Brown and Frank
Honolulu, H. I., April 3rd, 1899.
A DIVIDEND WILL BE DUE AND
payable to the stockholders of the Ho
nokaa Sugar Company at the office of
F. A. Schaefer & Co., today (Monday)
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, April 1, 1899. 5195
?s A PIANO y
See the Pianos we are selling
at $10.00 per monthly install
ments SOLE ACENTS FOR
ifj mm uu.
Telephone 321. '
Corner Fort and Beretaiia Sts.
J Pianos Tuned and Repaired.
TcooDy Pb'iif dor
mTJ 'T ' "niliT '
WILCOX ; I '.
U. S. PRICES.
A GOOD WHEEL FOR LITTLE KOREY
See Display Of
Horti Goods oepofiiii
Remember the 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.
AC 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 31 UN YON,
IN THE LOVE BLOCK.
THE ATTENTION OF THE OF-
ficers of the various charitable institu
tions of this city is called to a meet
ing to be held at the office or the Ha
waiian Trust & Investment Company,
on Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for
the purpose of discussing the plan of
The head of every lodge or society
that is engaged in any form of charit
able work is notified to be present, or
to see that an officer or member at
tends the meeting as a delegate.
G. It. CARTER,
Chairman of Temporary Committee.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting of the stockholders of the
HILO RAILROAD COMPANY, LIM
ITED, held this day, the following offi
cers were elected:
B. F. Dillingham President
Lorrin A. Thurston Vice-President
M. P. Robinson Treasurer
Alfred W. Carter Secretary
Henry Waterhouse Auditor
A. S. Hartwell, F. M. Hatch, Albert
The above named officers and direct
ors constitute the Board of Directors.
Dated, Honolulu, H. I., April 4, 1899.
ALFRED W. CARTER.
Secretary Hilo Railroad Company, Lim
ited. 5197 2061-4t
NUUANU VALLEY, 2i MILES
from post office. Cottages to let fur
nished or unfurnished; beautifully lo
cated. Apply at
W. W. WRIGHT'S CARRIAGE SHOP.
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 Los in different parts of
ty t rr i
rvewaio j. rati.
Kapiolani Park Addition
Lots, on installments.
7Seven acres, more or less,
rice and kula land, ad
joining Minister Cooper's
land in Manoa.
8 Two elegant homes at
Makiki or Punahou
io Lands in Nuuanu valley.
n Long leasehold at Kaka
ako with good returns.
i$--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
within reach of any
body who wants a home."
1 6 Good business location
Beretania, Waikiki side
of Nuuanu Street.
17 House and lot, well im
proved, on wide, macadr
amized street in Kalihi,
just past Kamehameha
Schools. Price $2,250.
18 Fine House Lot of almost
3-4 of an acre, on good
a a. 0 '
street in Dest locality ot
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.
oath-room and cellar.out
houses and large grounds
planted with a variety of
bearing fruit trees, to a
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 to
the grounds will con
vince Terms to suit
Offer for sale any kind of
Bu and sell outright
City and Suburban Real Es
J. H. SCHNACK or
Real Estate and
223 Merchant St.
P. O. Box No. 101.
TELEPHONE NO. 364.
Or Telephone 1057. 5197
xml | txt