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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST, ID, 1S09.
1 " ( 0R EY Do They Trouble You? SOME DIFFICULTY IN SEEIXG. Perhaps mjjt.c stiiarinisr sensation, constantly rubbincr them to clear away the cob webs, which won't clear. It is only one of the, many forms of eye trcrjble, which are cor rected by the ve of proper glasses. Our business is to thoroughly test the eyes, and prescribe for them such glasses as will overcome the trouble. . -Surprising how a proper glass will relieve the eyes, how soon the pain and dis comfort disappears. We prescribe only when necessary, and; will cheerfully tell you if no needed. glasses are FORT STREET. iTI ' y; - - - - - . Guardian's Sale of Real Estate Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Hon. W. L.-Stanley, Second Judge of "the Circuit Court of the First , Judicial Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, made and en tered on the 27th day of July, A. D 1899, in the matter of the Estate of August Podeyn, Frederick Podeyn and Waldemar Podeyn, minors, in Probate, at chambers, the undersigned guardian of the estate of said minors, will ex pose for sale at public auction the real estate belonging to said minors, hereinafter described, at ah upset price of ' forty-five hundred dollars ($4,500) at the auction rooms of J. F. Morgan, on Queen street, in Ho nolulu, on SATURDAY, THE 26th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1899, at 12 o'clock, noon, of said day. The property to be sold consists of a part of lot No. 362 on Piikoi street, in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, and commencing on Piikoi street on the makai corner of Irish man's ot and running 100 feet; thence at right angles in a. southerly direc tion 100 feet; thence at right angles in a northeasterly direction 100 feet, and thence 100 feet to the point of begin ning, being the same premises con veyed to C. F. Wolfe by Royal Patent No. 3269 from the Hawaiian Govern ment, and by the said C. F. Wolfe con veyed to Ida Podeyn on the 2d day of April, . A. D. 1SS6, all as will more fully appear by reference to the deed of C. F. Wolfe recorded in the Register office in said Oahu, in liber 99, page 191, together with the dwelling-house and other buildings and erections standing thereon. Terms, cash in United States gold coin; deeds at expense of purchaser, and sale subject to oonf rmation by the Court. For further particulars apply to WILLIAM A. HENSHALL, attorney for said guardian, or to JAMES F. MORGAN, auctioneer. J. F- HUMBURG, Guardian of the Estate of August Po deyn, Frederick Podeyn, and Walde vraar Podeyn, minors. Dated, Honolulu, H. I., July 2Sth, A. D; 1899. 5298 28LTS-28 At Kapalama For Sale. SITUATED ON MAUKA SIDE OF King street, near the Hawaiian Tram way Co.'s depot; the location is one of the hest, if not the best, in the city of Honolulu. Terms are very Tca&c.rable. Ill ft od rfoing .To know about your food is it's purity. No one can afford ito overlook this important thing m beverage. People who know, say that women and children can use and be sure of it's absolutely purity mild and delicious RAINIER It's ideal for home use a trial convinces Palamniffi Lots o o o o Next to Insane Asylum Pasture. ftX 11 IS For Sale. Those desiring further information regarding these desirable lots inquire of J. F. MORGAN, Queen street, or MRS. THERESA WILCOX, Bethel street, opposite Bishop Savings Bank. 1 0 Houses and Lots For Sole. On Lanawai and rerms reasonable. Cooke streets MRS. THERESA WILCOX, Bethel Street. Kapahulu Dairy Tract. KAPAHULU DAIRY TRACT NOW divided into lots and off ered for sale at $450 per lot; $25 cash, -balances in monthly installments of $10 each; lots ready to build on facing the Kapahulu or White road. For maps and further particulars see undersigned. First come , first served. WTILL. E. FISHER, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, cor ner Merchant and Fort. 5301 A Bargain ! OO An opportunity to get a lot on Bere tania street S $1,600 $250 cash, bal ance in monthly installments. Size of lot 75 by ticulars. 13S. Call at office for par WILL E. FISHER, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, cor ner Fort and Merchant streets. FOR SHLE. ONE HANDSOME SORREL TEAM, sland-bred horses, guaranteed sound and gentle; one two-seated family car riage; one set double harness in per fect order; one thoroughbred Jersey cow with bull calf. Fur further par ticulars apply to F. W. MACFARLANE, Union Feed Co., Ltd. 5203 THE REASON WHYS We can sell a better PIANO for $250 than anyone else is, that we buy in large quantities for cash. We have the agencv and CARRY IN STOCK: CHICKERING KIMBALL KRELL KROEGER LUDG1G ROYAL , HENZE G BEER in; in ii Bergstrom Music Co., ALAMEDA ARRIVES Hih Commissoner Eliot on Board. Ta'ks oo the Sam?an Question Ex Con sul General MulUzan and Other Noutles. Among the through passengers by the Alameda last night was C. X. E. Eliot, Great Britain's representative on the Samoan Commission. After the commissioners had completed their la bors Mr. Eliot took a run down to Auckland, where he stayed for a couple of weeks. "Everything is quiet in Samoa," said Mr. Eliot at the Hawaiian Hotel last evening. "The government is in the lufnds of the three Consuls represent ing the United States, Germany and Great Britain. This plan is only tem porary, and will be replaced by that form of government recommended by the commissioners' report. The form proposed is similar to the one now in use in the Fiji Islands. The natives are all quiet and are readily adapting themselves to the new state of affairs." J. H. Mulligan, who was the Ameri can Consul General at Apia several years ago, was also among the Ala meda's through passengers. He has been in Samoa investigating claims for damages made by American citizens. He was non-coramntal in regard to the results of his investigations, but stated that the accounts of damage resulting from the bombardment were over drawn. Another passenger is Harry Rick- ards, the wrell-known Australian theat rical manager, who is on his way to the United States and England, accom panied by Mrs. Rickards, the Misses Rickards, and M. Marcus. Mr. Rickards is proceeding to the old country in search of new talent for his various theaters. He will visit San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia. New York, Boston, Liverpool, Birming ham, Manchester, London, Hamburg. Berlin, Hanover, Dresden, Vienna, Pa ris, and numerous other cities, and when there will select the best avail- table artists. The ventures ot tins gen tleman are assuming such vast propor tions that in order tc keep up with the times he has found it necessary from time to time to personally visit the centers of the theatrical world, hence the present tour. Prior to Mr. otwI Tr Ttlrknrds departure from Sydney, a number of influential people tendered them a farewell . oanquer, which was attended by close upon 100 people. Mr.. D. Sullivan, the .we,U known barrister, occupied the chair, and in most eulogistic terms referred to Mr. Rickards' enterprise and sterling character. On the departure of Mr. Rickards and his party from bydney, the members of the Tivoli Theater and numerous friends accompanied the Alameda in a specially chartered steam launch as far as Sydney Heads. Another prominent gentleman on board is Dr. Bevan of Sydney, who is on his way to attend the International Council of the Congregationalists at Boston, Mass., which is to be held there in September next. The last In ternational Council was held in London in 1891. Dr. Bevan will also represent New Zealand. Quite recently Dr. Bev an was offered and refused a professor ship in the University of Wales, of which the Prince of Wales is chancel lor. The position he occupies in Vic toria is one of commanding influence, and he is a great force in its public movements. FRANK DUNBAR. Says the IIoyt-McKee Company is Having Poor Success. Frank Dunbar who took some ot the leading parts in the Koyt-McKee company which played a short engage ment here, was a through passenger by the Alameda. He is the second member that has come back, Miss Lack having passed through a few days ago. The aggregation has had a very poor season in Australia. To increase the difficulties there is civil strife, the manager and the star being at war with the other members. The business has been poor, and the com pany has received scathing criticisms from the Australian papers. THE AGENT-GENERAL. LONDON, Aug. 5. The Hon. W. P. Reeves, Agent-General for New Zea land, is improving, after a rather se vere attack of diptheria. CAPETOWN, Aug. 3 Mr. Merriman, in the Legislative Assembly, has pro posed the adoption of the ocean penny postage. 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As she grw weaker she became the victim of mrvmis prostration. Most of the time she was confined to the bed uid whs almost on the verge of going into St. Vitus' dance. 'Finally the doctor told us to give her Or. Williams Pink Pills for PalePeople. Said he was treating a similar oast with them ami they were curing the patient. We began giving the pills at one, and the next day we could see a change for the better in her. The doctor told us to keep giving her the medicine. We gave her one pill after each nival umtl tho was well. We began giving her the medicine last August, ami sli took the last dose In October, bavingused eight boxes. Slse i-s now entirely well and has not beenslckaday sfnoe. We think the cure tlimt miraculous." - Frank Ti'ckkk, Mrs. Fkank Titkei:. Subscribed and sworn to before me this L'Sth day of April, ls'J7. Hl'ttll Joiinsom, A Vw, Versailles.'Indiana, April 28th, 18&7. From the lirpublican, Versatile:, Jnt!. Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pate People are sold by ail druggists or sent, postpaid. by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co. per box, 6 boxes, $2.50. REPORT OF TREASURER OF OAHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION FOR 1899. RECEIPTS. Sale lots, graves, etc $1,317 25 Income from reserve fund . . . 540 00 DISBURSEMENTS. Grounds Salary superintend ent, $300; telephone, $30; supplies, $4G.S0; water rates, $70 Printing and map Advertising meetings and nor tices Salary secretary Commission collecting income 441 SO 50 00 300 00 13 819 55 Net realizations $1,037 70 TREASURER'S STATEMENT.' Received former treasurer Government bonds. $3,000: O. R. & L.. Co. bonds, $5,000; Realizations lSi)9 S,1G9 92 1,037 70 $9,207 62 Per Contra O. R. & L. Co. bonds .... 5,000 00 Government bonds 3,000 00 Bills receivable 376 10 8,376 10 Cash on hand .' $831 52 G. R CARTER. Treasurer, DAVID DAYTON, Secretary. E. & O. E. August 10, 1899. 5315 ALBERT F. JUOD, JR. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OFFICE: OVER BISHOP & CO.'S Bank, corner Merchant and Kaahu manu streets. J. A. Butterfield. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. STORE AND OFFICE FITTINGS, Shop and Repair Work. Bell Tower Building, Telephone 702. Queen St. STENOGRAPHER. MISS A. A. ALLEN, EXPERT STE nographer and Typist, will be pleased to receive orders. Office cor. King and Bethel sts. (up stairs); telephone 751. 5298 F. W. MAKINNEY. SEACHER OF RECORDS. Office: Opposite W. G. IRWIN & CO. ABSTRACTS AND CERTIFICATES OF TITLE CAREFULLY PREPARED. MONEY TO LOAN TATE SECURITY. ON REAL ES- Souvenir Jewelr 9 AT BURT'S f'OKI JEWELEH IJ4 rebuild Am Hsi t - I inJ iTlSbto jffA 01 many MgV Ji haha Schenectady, Pi. Y., oa receipt ot price, 50 cents BY AUTHORITY. NOTICE. The Bureau of Agriculture of the Ha wanan Islands makes the request to the public that if all those persons who have seeds of fruit or ornamental trees, and are willing to donate these for the benefit of the public, will kindly notify David Haughs, Secretary and Commis sioner, by telephone or otherwise, he will be pleased to call for the same. Telephone 337 or 210. 5315 IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours for irrigation purposes are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from 4 to 6 o'clock p. m. -ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works.' Appropev by: : J. A. KING, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, June 14, 1899. 5255 miu 1 1 SUNDAY, AUG. 20. DINNER. SOUP. Green Turtle." FISH. Ulua, Cream Sauce. ENTREES. Broiled Venison Steaks. Fried Sheeps' Tongues With Mushrooms. Crouslade of Shrimps. Apple Fritters. VEGETABLES. Boiled Potatoes. Boiled Rice. Mashed Potatoes. Asparagus. Lima Beans. Spinach. Taro. ROAST. Sucking Pig. Apple Sauce. California Goose. Brown Sauce. PASTRY. Green Apple and Lemon Pies. Assorted Cakes. DESSERT. Nuts, Raisins. Bananas. Oranges. Vanilla Ice Cream. Tea, Coffee. Ice Tea. Lemonade. Dinner from 5 to 7 p. m. Real Estate FOR SALE. 0"0 BEAUTIFUL HOME in NUUANU AVENUE, including 12.31 acres of land. TWO-STORY WOODEN BUILDING centrally located. ROOMING HOUSE. The lease and complete equipment of same on Emma street. For particulars apply at P. E. R. STRAUGH, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Corner Bethel and King Streets. Peek Frean & Co.'s Celebrat ed London Biscuits. DELICIOUSLY APPETIZING BIS CUITS FOR DELICATE DIGESTIONS. LEWIS & CO . Leading Grocers 111 FORT STREET. Telephone 240. : : P. O. Box 207. THE ME BAKERY CAFE IRE A I ESTATE FOR SALE 1 A few elegant lots at Manoa on the road, with unsurpassed view and climate. On line pro posed Rapid Transit. Easy terms. 2 Several town lots on Ber ; etania Street, Ewa siae of Geo. Ross. $ One house and lot on Beretania Street. 4 Lots in different parts o: Kewalo Tract. r; Kapiolani Park Addition Lots, on installments. 8 One home. New house and high grounds at Kewalo. $1100. Cheap. 10 Lands in Nuuanu valley 11 Long leasehold at Kaka ako with good returns 15 Only 6 more lots of ali 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. 17 House and lot, well im proved, on wide, macad amized street in Kalihi, just past Kamehameha Schools. Price $2,250. 21 FOR SALE A house lot 100x200 in block 17 on Lehua Avenue, Pearl City. 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 yourself. - STOCK AND For Sale! Buy and sell outright City and Suburban Real Es tate. BOM Apply to JJ.Schnack DEALER IN Real Estate and Stock Broken 223 Merchant St. P. O. Box No. 104, For further parti calars apply to W. C. ACHI & CO. July 20, 1899. 5290 NEW BILL TER tonight. at ORPHEUM TIIEA- NEW BILL TER tonight. at ORPHEUM TIIEA- Progress Block.