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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER J 9, 1S99
SUPREME COURT
If You Are Looking For a Home
Good
YOR
LET ME SHOW YOU THESE LOTS:
EYES
Do They Trouble You?
SOME DIFFICULTY
IN SEEING.
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
f eye trouble, which are cor
rected by the Use of proper
glasses.
Our business is to
thoroughly test the eyes, and
prefer i be for them such
glassrs 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.
ooo
BEAUTIFUL. HOME in NUUANU
AVENUE, including 12.31 acres of
land.
TWO-STORY WOODEN BUILDING
centrally located.
ROOMING HOUSE. The lease and
complete equipment bf same on Emma
-street.
For particulars apply "at;
P. E. R STRAUGH,
REAL. ESTATE BROKER.
Corner Bethel and King Streets.
28- L0TS-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 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. MAKINNEY.
SEACHER OF RECORDS.
Office: Opposite W. G. IRWIN & CO.
ABSTRACTS AND CERTIFICATES
OF TITLE CAREFULLY PREPARED.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL, ES
TATE SECURITY. , t .
eonsoiidafed soda tofcr- rte Co.
' LIMITED
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO., - - AGENTS.
M. wJMcCHESNEY & SONS.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers In Leather and
Shoe Findings.
Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com
pany, Honolulu, and Tannery.
. mm.
To know about your food is
it's purity. No one can afford
to overlook this ini)ortarit
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
Mortgagee's Sale.
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Noiice is hereby given that by order
of the MORTGAGEES, I will sell at
PUBLIC AUCTION, to the highest
bidder for cash, U. S. gold coin, the
following described property,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
MONDAY,
September 25th, 1899,
At the BOAT LANDING near BREW
ER'S WHARF, the
Schooner Norma,
OF 50 NET TONS,
Length CI feet; beam 18 feet; depth
7 feet; of Hawaiian registration; to-
gather with its spars, tackle, chains
and such other appurtenances as are
on board the same.
f-
WILL E. FISHER,
AUCTIONEER.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
NOTICE.
THE FIRM OF A. E. MURPHY &
CO., retiring from the boot-and shoe
business, ask for an immediate settle
ment of all outstanding accounts, pre
vious to their being . placed in the
hands of a collector.
This is an authorized announcement.
A. E. MURPHY & CO..
5328 205 Hotel street.
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
THE THIRD ASSESSMENT OF 5
per cent ($1 per share) on the assess
able stock of the Kamalo Sugar Co.,
Ltd., is due and payable at my office
September 15, 1S99, and delinquent on
October 15, 1899.
FRANK HUSTACE,
533C Treasurer.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. '
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING
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, 1S99. 5329
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET.
A 4-ROOMED COTTAGE FTJR
nished for light housekeeping. Apply
16S0 King street. 5331
THE REASON
WHY!
We can sell a better PIANO for
$250 than anyone ehe is, that we
buy in large quantities for cash.
We have the agency and CARRY
IN STOCK:
CHICKERING
V KIMBALL
KRELL
KROEGER
L-UDGIG
ROYAL
HENZE
Bergstrom Music Co.,
Progress Block.
BEER
September Term Opened
Yesterday.
Calendar Called, Judges 'Assigned
In Place of Chief Justice and
Rooke Will Case Taken Up.
The September term of the Supreme
Court opened at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning with Associate Justices Frear
and Whiting on the bench, Attorney
General Cooper, Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Dole and. a large gathering of the
bar being present. The calendar was
called and Judges Perry and Stanley
selected to sit on the several cases ow
ing to the absence of the Chief Justice.
In one or two cases in which the Cir
cuit Judges are disqualified a member
of the bar will be selected.
The first cases to be taken up were
those of C. K. C. Rooke against the
Bishop Estate and the Queen's hospital
trustees, which involve the title to
what is known as the Queen Emma
Estate lands, some of the most valu
able in the city. Judge Hartwell open
ed the argument, being followed by A.
G. M. Robertson, P. L. Weaver and J.
A. Magoon. Several more lawyers are
yet to be heard and the cases will oc
cupy some time yet. Judge Stanley
sits in the place of Chief Justice Jiuld
in these two suits.
. DISTINGUISH Kl VISITORS.
Anions Them Dr. Pfluger Who
Was Born in This City.
Among the through passengers on
the Nippon Maru is a German party
composed of Generals Baron Von Korff
and Count Reventlow, Dr. Pfluger, Mrs.
F. Zumlohe, Mrs. Richter, and Messrs.
Mayer, Beckman. Gerlach and Haubit
zober. The party is on a tour of the
world for pleasure and recreation.
Count Reventlow and Baron Von
Korff are retired generals of the Ger
man army, the former from the artil
lery and the latter from the cavalry.
The Baron is the author of many in
teresting books of travels. Both the
gentlemen have been very prominent
in German affairs.
Dr. Pfluger is young and a near rela
tive of the Hackfelds. He left the Isl
ands when a small boy and returns
now for the first time, a professor of
one the greatest universities in the
world. Although he will proceed with
the party on the Nippon he expects to
return to Honolulu from India via Aus
tralia and the various South Sea Isl
and groups in about a year's time. The
rest of the party returning direct to
Germany. Dr. Pfluger has a two years'
leave of absence from the university
and expects in that time to gather a
great deal of information in regard to
the fauna, flora and general physical
and geological endition of the many
countries he will visit.
The Orpheum Theater.
The Orpheum program continues to
improve. Last night a new bill was
presented. The opening farce, "The
Stage-Struck Yankee," is an interest
ing comedy with a plot. Mr. Boggs,
as the country lad who gets stage
struck and wants to act Richard the
Third, was right at home. Miss Leslie
sang some catchy songs. Trixie Cole
man was taken ill on the stage and
was unable to appear. Maurice Wal
ton kindly consented to fill her place
with a comic reading. Eddie's feats
on the rope hold the audiences spell
bound. Hamilton Hill, the baritone
soloist from the Tivoli, Sydney, opened
last night. His rendition of "The Holy
City" was grand. He has a beautiful
voice and a clear enunciation with no
end of power. His singing will be a
great treat to the Honolulu public.
New Mexican Oiticer. .
Lieutenant Max Luna, adjutant or
the second battalion of the Thirty
fourth Regiment, which left last night
on the transport Columbia, is one of
the most influential politicians of the
Territory of New Mexico. He was
slated as delegate for the next Con
gress and, owing to his great popular
ity, would undoubtedly have been
elected had he not accepted his pres
ent commission in the army. Luna
served as captain of Troop E of the
Rough Riders at the time of the gal
lant charge at San Juan hill. Owing
to his familiarity with the Spanish
language, he was enlisted in the civil
service of the Cuban government by
General Brooke, and also served as
chief interpreter on the General's staff.
Actual Sailing Time.
The reported actual sailing time for
the first and second class yacht races
on Saturday was: Gladys. 2: 54: IS;
Helene, 2:5G:57: Bonnie. 2:59:"?; Ha
waii, 3:13:01.
Colonel Albert D. Shaw of -Water-town,
N. Y., has been elected com
mander in chief of the Grand Army of
the Republic. Chicago has obtained
the encampment for 1000.
I 1 1
?6 $5 4- 2 g
3 o
to
ezf- I gs.4 e3.-v o
Clean side of the street; po 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.
Lo .HBLBS,
Dealer In Real Estate, i. 315 Fort Street.
Just Received Per
A large assortment of .
Frtircs-il- (Til
Candies.
ETC., ETC.
Also a nice lot of Pickled Herring and Salmon Bellies.
Salter's Grocery.
OKPILEUM BLOCK. . FOltT STREET
TELEPHONE 680.
G KIM
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Muslin in all Colors and Grades, Calico Dress Goods, New Prints, Linen
Table Covers, Colored and White Lace Curtains, Chenile Curtains, Chenilt
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.
tHOSE
"I. Nv "VHv -.
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HAVE AkkiVED AT THE
(Sity Furniture Store,
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
!;lHONE 846: RESIDENCE. 349.
FOREIGN NEWS NOTES.
James . B. Eustis, Ambassador to
Frarce during the second Cleveland
administration and formerly United
States Senator, from Louisiana, died
at his summer home in Newport,-R. I.,
of pneumonia.
Admiral Dewey has sailed from Gi
braltar for New York. Rear Admiral
Sampson will command the fleet that
welcomes Dewey.
The deal has been completed by
which the McGovern Syndicate of New
York will control the whole of the salmon-canning
industries of British Co
lumbia. The Duke of Westminster's Flying
Fox won the St. Leger, with Lord Wil
liam Beresford's Caiman second.
Sir Julian Pauncefote's new title is
Baron Pauncefote of Preston, Glouces
tershire. ANOTHER STEAMSHIP ORDERED.
Another big freight steamship has
been ordered built for the American
Hawaiian line, whose local agents are
Williams, Dimond & Co. The Roaches
have been given the contract. Three
steamships are already being built for
the company, the Hawaiian and Amer
ican at Roaches yards and the Cali
fornian at the Union Iron Works. They
will run between Honolulu, San Fran
cisco and New York.
r
KING ALEXANDER WARNED. j
VIENNA, Sept. 11. The Austro- j
Hungarian and Russian government j
have sent warning to Kinc Alexander!
of Servia not to precipitate a revolu-;
firm liv spntpnpifif tn rip.ith nnv nf thf i
Radical leaders in connection with the ;
recent conspiracy to assassinate former,
King Milan.
GROWTH OF FOREIGN MAILS.
In 1S40 the foreign mail from Eng
land for the United States, carried on
the Great Western, consisted of two
sacks of mail. As late as 1ST3 a steam- i
er from Europe with 20,G00 letters on ;
board was considered a record-breaker. :
Today the Cunard steamers and other 1
trans-Atlantic ships carrying what is
called a "full European. mail", usually j
brings some 200,000 letters and an av
erage of 300 hundred sacks of news- !
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5)
Elihu Thompson:
CONSISTING OF
Bon Bonus,
210 NUUANU STREET.
ABOVE HOTEL.
anwes
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Love Building, 534-536 Fort St
papers and printed matter for New
York City, not to mention the five
hundred and odd sacks for Canada,
Mexico and trans-Pacific countries and
a few United States exchange olfices,
which are now taken direct to the
trains and not handled 'at the New
York office. ,f
BY AUTHORITY.
SEALED TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OF-
fice of the Minister of the Interior till
12 o'clock noon of Monday, October 2,
for the construction of road Puakea to
Mahukona.
Specifications at office of Superin
tendent of Public Works; also at of
fice of. Mr. Jno. Hind, Kohala.
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
JAS. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Sept. 19, 1899.
341
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
Ming "sr
m0DERATE rt n
Mir
Estate
FOR SALE.
THREE-FOURTHS OF AN ACRE
House Lot at Kamilii, high
grounds, will sell cheap.
1. A few elegant lots at Manoa,
on the road, with unsurpassed
view and climate; on lino of pro
posed rapid transit; easy terms.
2. Several town lots on Bereta
nia street; Ewa sldo of Geo. Ross.
3. Lots In different parts of Ke
walo Tract,
4. Kapiolani Park Addition lota.
5. Two homes at Kewalo.
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 Kalihi. with good
views, macadamized streets, and
water supply from city. These
lots I will sell at your own terms. '
8. Two more large choice lots at
Kalihi; 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, 91x
125, at Punahou; terms easy.
STOCKS BONDS
FOR SALE.
Will buy or sell outright city
suburban real estate
-APPLY TO-
J. H. SCHNACISi,
Dealer in REAL ESTATE and
STOCKBROKER. ;
'
223 MERCHANT STREET. .
P. O. BOX 104.
TENDERS WANTED-
TENDERS ARE HEREBY INVITED i
by the Kapiolani Estate, Limited, and,
to closo on Monday, October 2d, 1899.
at 12 o'clock noon, for the purchase of
a tract of land of the area
of 1522 acres, situate at Kalihi
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 purr, u
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
not bind itself to accept the highest or
any tender.
KAPIOLANI ESTATE, LTD-
By its Treasurer:
JOHN F. COLBURN. 532i
OCEANIC GAS Aim ELECTRIC CO.
LTD.
THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS
have been chosen to serve the Oceanic
Gas & Electric Co., Ltd., for the ensu
ing year:
F. J. Cross President
M. P. Robinson Vice President
M. M. Kohn Secretary
F. D. Greany Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Auditor
Thos. Rain Walker, A. A. Young, Di
rectors. Certificates of stock are now ready
for delivery on payment of first assess
ment and stamps. M. M. KOHN,
5339 Secretary.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL GO. LTO
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 & Cooke. Ltd.: ten ner cent i $10.06
per share) additional is due and nav-
able on November 15, 1899, and every
two months thereafter up to and in
cluding May 15, 1900.
W. A. BO WEN.
Treas. Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
5329
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

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