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THE . PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 13, 1S99
9 i COALINGA ASHORE OPERA HOUSE. Sole Lessees Miss Maggie Moore and Mr. II. R. Roberts. 1 ' R - Good Real V A R E W E I. L V A R E W ELL! EYES Do They Trouble You? SOME DIFFICULTY IN SEEIXG. Perhaps some smarting sensation, constantly rubbing them to clear away the cob webs, which won't clear. It is only one of the many forms of eye trouble, which are cor rected by the use of proper glasses. Our . business is to thoroughly test the eyes, and prercnbe 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 glasses are needed. FORT STREET. Real Estate FOR SALE. oo-o BEAUTIFUL, HOME In NUUANU AVENUE, Including 12.31 acres of land. v - 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 STRAUCH, REAL. ESTATE BROKER. Corner Bethel and King Streets. v - i At Kapalama For Sale. SITUATED ON MAUKA SIDE OF King street, near the Hawaiian Tram way Cos depot; the location is one of the best, if not the best, in the city of Honolulu. Terms are very reasonable. For further particulars apply to W. C. ACHI & CO. July 20, 1899. 5290 F.W. fl&KINNEY. SEACHER OF RECORDS, Office: Opposite W. G. IRWIN & CO. ABSTRACTS AND CERTIFICATES OF TITLE CAREFULLY PREPARED MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ES TATE SECURITY. Miied Soda Voler Works a. LIMITED Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., - - AGENTS. Mj W. McCHESNEY & SONS. .Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Leather and Shoe Findings. Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com pany, Honolulu, and Tannery. To know about your food is it's purity. Xo one can afford to overlook this important thing in 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. ....... Mow Is ' The . Tnumie 2 ooo If you ever intend having your own home, here is the opportunity of your lire, l he Dairy Tract on the Kana- hulu Road (or White Road) has been divided into lots and now offered for sale on terms within the reach of any one employed. The price of the lots are $450, to be paid as follows: $25 cash, balance in monthly installments of $10 each. These lots are ready to be built upon and on the line of the proposed electric line. GO TODAY! GO TOMORROW! It will be but a short time when it wille impossible to get lots within thiSaistance from the Government building for twice the value of these lots. Maps and particulars at office of -OO- Will E. Fisher, Fort and Merchant Sts. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the third assessment of ten (10) per cent, on the capital stock of the Hono lulu Rapid Transit & Land Co., will be due and payable at the company's of fice, 411 Fort street, Honolulu, on the 1st day of September, prox. The shares upon which any assessment may re main unpaid after thirty days from said date will be declared delinquent. CHAS. H. ATHERTON, Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co. Honolulu, Aug. 26, 1899. 5323 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. THE UNDERSIGNED -HAVING been appointed Administrator of the Estate of Robert Grieve, deceased, hereby notifies all creditors of said Robert Grieve to present their claims, duly authenticated and' with proper vouchers, if any exist, (even if the claim is secured by mortgage upon real estate) to the undersigned at his office on Queen street, in Honolulu, within six months from date hereof, or the same will be forever barred. And all persons indebted to said es tate are hereby requested to make im mediate payment to the undersigned. JAMES L. M'LEAN, Administrator of the Estate of Robert Grieve, Deceased. Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1899. 5329 ALOHA COLLECTION OF i Hawaiian Songs. 40 HAWAIIAN SONGS FOR $3.00. 7i CENTS PER COPY. Cheaper than elsewhere. For ssle at the Hawaiian Bazaar, MASONIC TEMPLE. THE REASON WHY! We can Bell a better PIANO for $250 than anyone el?e is, that we buy in large quantities for cash. We have the agency and CARRY IN STOCK: CHICKERING KIMBALL. KRELL KROEGER LUDGIG ROYAL HENZE PIAN ooo Bergstrom Music Co., Progress Block. BEER (Continued from Pago 1.) think our chances of getting off are good." At 12:3"" o'clock this morning she had not taken in a. drop of water. Ev erything was dry. The wind had freshened somewhat, however, and the rolling was heavier. The crew num bers fifteen men. In addition, the Cap tain's wife and little child are on board. Their situation is not the most pleas ant in the world, with the vessel roll ing first port and then starboard, stead ying herself for a moment and then over again. The reef is about'- 200 yards Waikiki of her and the roar of the breakers is very audible. Dr. Emerson, who went aboard with the pilot, came off at about 12 o'clock. "All's well on board as far as health is concerned," he said. "Otherwise they are in pretty bad shape. The roll ing is so great that it is extremely dif ficult to keep one's feet. She is aground on an even keel, from stem to stern, and it will take a big pull to get her off." Captain Laurenson, the pilot, was too busy to say much. "We'll get her off if the tugs are powerful enough," was his. sententious statement. A number of the old seadogs along the waterfront had their say about it. "A man who is on a voyage from New Jersey to Honolulu has no busi ness in taking such chances," said one. "A day doesn't make such a big differ ence that a captain should run the risk of losing his vessel. And Honolulu's harbor is one of the last in the world where a stranger should try a night entrance." It was only a few months ago that the ill-fated Edward O'Brien went ashore and was ground to pieces. The Coalinga is lying almost at the same point where the China and the Mio wera went hard and fast a few years ago. ' LATER At 2:30 this morning the Coalinga was still aground. Both the Eleu and the Iroquois were at work, but had not been able to move her. It seems as if high tide were her only chance. ' Well-known Uoatboy Dead. News was received a" few days ago of the death of Pinao, a native boy who shipped with the T. F. Chapman last April, bound for New York. While off the Horn Pinao fell overboard and was drowned. He will be remembered by many as a member of the famous Kapiolani crew, which was organized by "Jack" Atkinson and beat every thing it ran up against. One of tys greatest victories was against the no ted crew of one of the United States cruisers, which was rowed for $1,000 a side and a side bet of $2,000. "Tom" Sharkey was a member of the defeated crew. Millinery Reception. B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s 1899 millinery reception is announced this morning to take place at their big store on Sep tember 14, 15 and 1G, when will be dis played imported hats and Parisian nov elties. See page 11. HE'D MET Ti.iS KIND BEFORE. "I say, mum," said Husky Hully, as he stood at the front door of a Selby ave. residence, "couldn't yer contrib ute a summer sandwich made out o' rye bread and chipped beef to a" "You'd better move on, man," re plied the unresponsive lady of the he-use. "we don't believe in encourag ing tramps." "Yer don't?" "No." "No, I know wat kind of people youse be. Youse are de kind uv guys wat has de word 'Welcome' in yer door mats an keeps er stuffed club for tourists behind de hatrack. Good day mum; I hope dere's no malaria in dis locality to interfere wid de health of de family." The St. Paul Globe. THE SAD VICTIM OF MODERN METHODS. Here we have one of those depart ment stores, where is sold everything that anybody ever wants. A farmer enters. "What's the price of gold bricks?" he asks, in dialect, of course. "Five thousand dollars each, or three for $10,000," replies the sales man, suavely. "Caramba!" exclaims the farmer, still in dialect. "And with wheat on ly 05 cents a bushel? You've got your nerve!" But the farmer is helpless. There is no competition now, the individual bunco man of former times being ab sorbed in the larger enterprise. De troit Journal. "This," he said, "is the first day I have won out on the races." "How did you do it?" "I missed my train and didn't get to them." TONIGHT! TONIGHT! i GOOD-BYE TO MAGGIE MOORE. GOOD-BYE TO H. R. ROBERTS. GOOD BYE TO THEIR POPULAR COMPANY TONIGHT! LAST NIGHT! TONIGHT! THE GREATEST SENSATION OF THIS CENTURY. THE ONE AND ONLY DRAMATIZATION OF THAT SUCCESSFUL WORK THE SILENCE OF DEAN MAITLAND. Cyril Maitland (afterwards Dean) MR. H. R. ROBERTS. Lillian Maitland (his sister) MISS MAGGIE MOORE. Supported by the Full Strength of the Company. NEW AND ELABORATE SCENERY! BARCHESTER CATHEDRAL FULL CHOIR. Doors open 7:30; curtain 8:15. Tickets at Wall, Nichols Co. DRESS CIRCLE $1.00 BALCONY 50 GALLERY Tickets for all parts of the house If You Are Looking For a Home LET ME SHOW YOU THESE LOTS: to ?e 15 4- 2 . 2 3 o to &3"f I 63--f I I to ALXAA0 Clean side of the street;' no dust. Perpetual water-right from Artesian -well goes with each lot. GOOD LOCATION; near car line. ONLY PART CASH; balance on long time with low interest. Dealer In Real Estate. 7ai. 315 Fort Street. Ex Aloha: GOLDEN Room We have from the Cheapest Line in these SETS to the Best. -ooo- YNE-IEBRTEN HRTBSERM WELL L E. PINKHAM, CONTRACTOR. Office With the Pacific Hardware Co., Honolulu H. I. Estimates given and contracts made for wells on any of the Islands. SIX NEW PLANTS drilllers. G KIM Muslin In all Colors and Grades, Table Covers, Colored and White Lace Curtains, Chcnile Curtains, Chenile Table Covers (all sizes), Victoria Lawns, Organdies (plain and In colors), Grass Cloth (white, blue and brown), Carved Sandalwood, Glove and Hand kerchief Boxes and Fans, Camphorized Trunks, Pongee Silk, Silk-Embroidered Table Covers (In 3 sizes). TAILORING A SPECIALTY. -ASK YOUR GROCER FOR JCYFTY can )MN7D FRANAB.PETER3GN &.CC. COAST ACF-NTi io n oi iT. cam reimuicft IReadi tlhe Advertoseir. 1.M 14 at Wall, Nichols Co. JOSEPH FYNNEY, .25 Representative. K "0 - f & T MOUNTED ON A LAVISH SCAI We have just received a Large Shipment of - - - OAK Sets. Furniture COMPANY Progress Block. oTLmffi ifiS&iZ 210 NUUANU STREET. ABOVE HOTEL. Calico Dress Goods, New Prints, Linen NOTHING 8UT yOUMG TENDER CORN ONCE USED ALWAYS USED Estate roip SALE. 1. A few elegant lots at Manoa, on the road, with unsurpassed view and climate; on line of pro posed rapid transit; easy terms. 2. Several town lots on Bereta nia street; Ewa side of Geo. Ross. 3. Lots in different parts of Ke walo Tract. 4. Kapiolani Park Addition lota. 5. Two homes at Kowalo. 6. Long leasehold at Kakaako with fine returns; near new foun dry. 7. A few more lots of all sizes In. different parts of the most desir able locations of Kallhi, with good s views, macadamized streets, and water supply from city. These lots I will sell at your own terms. 8. Two more large choice lots at Kallhi; Ewa side D. D. Myers, Esq., commanding an unsurpassed view; on fine street, with city wa-' ter supply.' 9. Lot on Anapuni street, Puna hou, 75x103. 10. Fine house; corner lot, Six 125, at Punahou; terms easy. ISLAND' STOCKS BONDS FOR SALE. Will buy or sell outright city suburban real estate -APPLY TO- J. H. SCHNACk, Dealer in REAL ESTATE and STOCKBROKER. 223 MERCHANT STREET. P. O. BOX 104. TENDERS WAIJTFO. TENDERS ARE HEREBY INVITED by the Kapiolani Estate, Limited, and trt rlnaa rn Tnn fin v Of fnlior 1 1 SQO at 12 o'clock noon, for the purchase of a tract of ' land of the area of 152 acres, situate at Kallhi about one mile from King street. This property Is adapted for dividing same Into building lots. The location is easy of access, commands a beautiful, view of the ocean, and the opportunity now offered Is a rare one. Payment for the same shall be in TJ. S. gold coin upon the execution of the deed and deeds at expense of pur chaser. A map of the property, together with any other information required may be obtained at the office of the Estate on Kaahumanu street. The Estate does any tender. KAPIOLANI ESTATE, LTD. By its Treasurer: JOHN F. COLBURN. 532i VAIALUA AGRICULTURAL GO. LTD THE FIFTH ASSESSMENT OF 10 per cent ($10.00 per share) on the as sessable stock of the Waialua Agricul tural Co., Ltd., is due and payable September 15, 1899, at the office of Cas tle & uooke, Ltd.; ten per cent i?iu.uv per share) additional is due and pay-, able on November 15, 1899, and evtry'. two months thereafter up to and ln-; eluding May 15, 1900. W. A. BOWEN, Treas. Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. 5329 ELECTION OF OFFICERS. AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of Henry May & Co., Ltd., held on the 22d day of July, the following officers were duly elected to serve un til the next annual meeting: T. May President & Manager xi. xu. iutiuijiio ...... vicu riesiueui F. T. P. Waterhouse Secretary F. B. Auerbach Treasurer F. W. Macfarlane ..." Auditor E. F. Bishop and E. D. Tenney .... Directors F. T. P. WATERHOUSE, 5313 Secretary. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT at a meeting of the Directors of the Honolulu Rapid. Transit & Land Com pany, held at the Company's office, on the 25th ultimo, Mr. W. R. Castle was elected a Director in the place and stead of Mr. C. S. Desky, resigned, and Mr. Chas. H. Atherton was elected Secretary, in the place and stead of Mr. J. A. Gilman, resigned. Honolulu Sept. 11, 1899. CHAS. H. ATHERTON, 5335 Sec. H. R. T. & L. Co.