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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. SEPTEMBER 22. 1S99
YUR 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 of eye trouble, which are cor rected by the use of proper glasses. Our business is to thoroughly test the eyes, and pref-cribe 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. F. W.MAKINNEY. SEACHER OF RECORDS. Office: ODDOsite W. G. IRWIN & CO. ABSTRACTS AND CERTIFICATES OP TITLE CAREFULLY PREPARED MONEY TO LOAN TATE SECURITY. ON REAL ES CITY HILL CO., LTD. QUEEN & KEKAULIKE STREETS ((Ewa Side of Old Fish Market.) P. 0. BOX 951. Tel. 101. Beg to announce that they are now prepared to undertake all branches of the above business. Work undertaken by the day or by contract; estimates furnished. TO OUR -oo- -Have you tried any of those -CHOCOLATE or COCOANUT -(fresh) cakes from the German -Bakery? They are only 25 and -50c each and pronounced delic--lous by those who have tried -them. Order onevfor your Sun day dinner. We also have a -sponge cake which we sell for -the moderate sum of five centi -each. -THE GERMAN BAKERY, 833 Fort Street.. -Headquarters for genuine ginger -snaps, sugar cookies, etc. -Telephone 677. 11. to on WE. fflEU M PATRONS Good Thing To know about your food is it's purit3 No 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 BEER It's ideal for home use a trial convinces Mortgagee's Sale. oo Notice 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 61 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. WILL E. FISHER, AUCTIONEER. Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts. Real Estate For Sale. DELIGHTFUL HOME WITH MOD ern appliances on WAIKIKI BEACH ROAD; healthy location; fine view, well improved; elevated grounds; large barn and carriage house; in easy reach of tramcar. Apply at P. E. R STRAUGB, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Corner Bethel and King Streets. 28-LOTS-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 r.ne best, if not the best, in the city of Honolulu. 1 eras are very reasonable. For further particulars apply to W. C ACHI & CO. July 20, 1899. 5290 f m u. -LIMITED- Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., - - AGENTS. Just Here! Aloha Collection OF- Hawaiian Songs Many new ones, never before published, and the bst of the old ones 40 SONGS IN ALL. BEST HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR THE- Bergstrom Music Co., aoQsoiidQied SOQQ SHAKSPEARE CLUB Entertained at Haleiwa Last Evening. B. F. Dillingham the Host of an En joyable Affali Novel Hand Painted Dinner Cards. Mr. 13. F. Dillingham entertained the members of the Shakespeare Club at "Haleiwa," Waialua, last evening. The special train left the Honolulu station at 3 p. m. and reached Haleiwa at 5 o'clock. Dinner was served to the members of the club at G o'clock. Upon each dinner card was painted a Hawaii an article or view, with also an in scription from Shakespeare underneath it. The following are the texts: Dr. Day "O, that men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains." Mrs. Day "Throw physic to the dogs; I'll none of it." "'Mrs. W. R. Castle "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low an excellent thing in woman." Mrs. Frear "I were but little happy ,if I could say how much." Mrs. Wilhoit "They are sick that surfeit with too much, as they that starve with nothing." Miss Jordan "Our memories oft in ourselves do lie, which we ascribe to Heaven." Mrs. Kincaid "I am sure care'5 an enemy to life." Mrs. Wichman "A merry heart goes all the day, your sad tires in a mile-a." an nit: I Mr. fcever Lowrey "For in my youth I did apply hot and rebellious liquors in my blood." Judge Frear "And there the Justice, with eyes severe and beard of formal cut." Mr. Dillingham "Shall 1 not take mine ease in mine inn?" Mr. Wilhoit "I am not witty in my self, but the cause that wit is in other men. Mr. Kincaid "He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one." Mr. Goodale "And men sit down to that nourishment which is called sup per." Mr. Wichman "A merrier man I never spent an hour's talk withal." Mr. Pirikham "O, who can stay the hungry edge of appetite by mere imag- tion o? a feast?" Mr. W. R. Castle "He is well paid that is well satisfied." Mrs. Lowrey "If all the year were playing holidays, to sport would be as tedious as to work. Mrs. Cruzan "There is some soul of goodness in things evil would men ob- servingly distil it out." Mrs. Jones "Now good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both Mrs. Kelly "Let her paint an inch thick." Mrs. Goodale "And then to break fast with what appetite you have." The company left the station at about 9 p. m. and after a moonlight ride reached the city at 11 p. m. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. Professor Wood Will Start Special Classes Next Week. The management of the union have several important issues pending. The promised visit of Dr. Gilbert, who is the head of the American Society of Religious Education (non-sectarian), only requires the definite settlement of the time. The proposed union of all the Sunday schools of the city at sta ted intervals will probably be inaugur ated soon. The matter most imminent is the establishment of the Normal School for Sunday School Teachers Professor Wood, who is the president of the union, with the aid of other prominent educators, proposes to start classes on Friday, September 29, at the time of the usual meeting of the Sun day School Union (4:30 o'clock) at the Y. M. C. A. The work of the primary department will have separate attention, and it is expected that many will avail them selves of the opportunity to qualify for the difficult (as it is most fascinating) work of instructing: children. There will be a separate department for adult work. Those desiring to enroll them selves would do well to inform the sec retaries of the Sunday schools to that pffpot. All interested are invited to attend the first meeting. Sept. 29. Jude Barnard Resigns. E. W. Barnard has resigned as Dis trict Magistrate of North Hilo. Ha- i wan, ana nis resignation is now m President Dole's hands: the present in- cumbent states in his letter he is un able- to name a successor owing to the scant salary attached to the office, and no one in the district cares to hold a small salaried office. Perhaps South Hilo may come to the rescue and s?nd a man there. . . Cricket on Saturday. A cricket match is scheduled for Saturday afternoon at 1:30. between the H. M. S. Egeria eleven and a team composed of members of the Honolulu Cricket club as follows: Rev. J. F. Lane, Messrs. Mackintosh, Irvine, Hat field, Anderson, Sinclair. Moss, Har vey, C. Davies, Cpckburn and Judge ens Tlrffi' Bounded by I Beretania Street car line l Ins 1 ract is situate! in portions of Honolulu, and in breezes or Makiki. Lots 50x1)0 feet will he sold for the reasonable price of $1,2."0. Terms, 250 cash: balance on installments, payments to suit purchaser. Hiis land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers can immediately commence building operations. Larly pur chasers can Secure Choice Locations. For further particulars apply to Gear, Lansing & (So., R H0ME 0N aisv Terms j 1 -J a?e 15 54 2 3 y to Clean side of the street; no dust J Perpetual water-right from Artesian' well goes with each lot. GOOD LOCA TION; near car line. ONLY PART CASH: balance on long time with low interest. -Oo- WILLIAM No. 310 FORT STREET. Muslin in all Colors and Grades, Table Covers, Colored and White Lace KIM, Table Covers (all sizes), Victoria Lawns, Organdies (plain and in colors). Grass Cloth (white, blue and brown), kerchief Boxes and Fans, Camphorized ered Table Covers (in 3 sizes). TAILORING A Salter's OKPIIEUM BLOCK. TELEPHONE 6S0. THOSE HAVE ARRIVED AT THE Qity Furniture Store, H. H. WSLLlAftfS, Manager. ; Love Buildings 534-536 Fort Stl BBMX Keeaumoku, Kinau, Piikoi and Lunalilo Streets. Only one block from the one of the finest residence a direct line with the cooling JUDD BUILDING. k SAVIPGE, MclNERNY BLOCK. 210 NUUANU STREET. ABOVE HOTEL. Calico Dress Goorts, New Prints, Linen Curtains, Chenile Curtains, Chenile Carved Sandalwood, Glove and Hand Trunks. Pongee Silk, Silk-Embroid SPECIALTY. Grocery. FORT STREET owes zzzn Ca teal Estate FOR SALE. 1. A few elegant lots at Manoa. on the road, with unsurpassed view and climate; on line of pro posed rapiu transit; easy terms. 2. Several town lots on Bereta nia street; Ewa side of Geo. Ross. 3. Lots in different parts of Ke- - l rrt a. 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. S. Two more large choice lots at Kalihi; Ewa side D. D. Myers, Esq., commanding an unsurpassed A A. lit. A. view; on nne sireei, wun ciiy wa ter supply. 9. Lot on Anapuni street, Pnna hou, 75x103. 10. Fine house; corner lot, 91x 125, at Punahou; terms easy. 11. Three-fourths of an acre house lot at Kamilii, high grounds, will sell cheap. STOCKS - BONDS FOR SALE. Will buy or sell outright city suburban real estate -APPLY TO J. H. schnaceC: Dealer in REAL ESTATE and STOCKBROKER. 223 MERCHANT STREET. P. O. BOX 104. TCUfUDQ Ui AMTCn TENDERS ARE HEREBY INVITED by the Kapiolani Estate, Limited, and to close on Monday, October 2d, 1893. at 12 o'clock noon, for the purchase of a tract of land of the area of 152 acres, situate at Kalihi about one mile from King street. This property is adapted for dividing same into ounaing lots. The location Is easy of access, commands a beautiful ricn ui luc uccau, dun me uypwi tuuiiy . now offered is a rare one. Payment for the same shall be in U. 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 not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender. KAPIOLANI ESTATE, LTD. By its Treasurer: JOHN F. COLBURN. 532i KIHEI NOTICE. THE FOURTH ASSESSMENT, 10 per cent, or $5.00 per share, on the as sessable stock of Kihei Plantation Co. will be due and payable October 1st,' 1899, by order of the directors. J. P. COOKE, Treasurer. September 4, 1899. 5330 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 WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO. 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 pavabla September 15, 1899, at the office of Cas tle & Cooke, Ltd.; ten per. cent ($10.00 per share) additional is due and nay- able on November 15. 1899. and pvpt-v two months thereafter up to and in- uding May 15, 1900. W. A. BOWEN. Treas. Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. 5329 EAT Pelt Dili's Breolsl M. Stanley. AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE. TELEPHONE 846: RESIDENCE. 349. ASK YOUR GR0CERF0R IT SOLE AGENTS.