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TH E PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : ". HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 24 1 1900.
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TH FOLLOWING PLANTATIOI
MACHINERY. SUPPLIES AND MA
TERIAL IS OFFERED FOR SALE BJ
" C BREWER & CO., LTDx
FULL PARTCULARS AND PRICE
CAN BE HAD BT CALLING AT
THEIR OFFICE ON QUEEN
STREET.
ONT5 BURLEY DRILL, COMPLETE
WITH 40 II. P. BOILER, AIR COM
PRESSOR. ETC.
6NE 8ET FOWLER STEAM PLOW
(FOUR GANG) AND FULL ASSORT
MENT SPARE PARTS.
THREE 250 II. P. STIRLING BOIL
ERS.
ONE SET GREEN'S FUEL ECONO
MIZERS 132 TUBES. ,
TWO WORTH INOTON niGH DU
TT STEAM PUMPING ENGINES, CA
PACITT 6.00J.0OO GALLONS PER 24
HOURS, AGAINST A TOTAL HEAP
OF 429 FEET.
ONE iS IL P. UPRIGHT TUBULAR
BOILER.
ALSO. CALIFORNIA MULES. CN
FINE ORDER.
PORTLAND CEMENT.
STEEL T RAILS, 25 PQUNDS AND
24 POUNuS.
TWO 15-TON FLAT CARS, S-FOH
OUAOE.
TWELVE 3-TON FLAT
FOOT GUAGB.
ONX STUMP PULLER.
CARS.
C Brewer & Co.,
LIMITED;
Queen Street.
Lands
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Sale.
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THURSDAY,
NOVEMBER
29, 1900
Should be long remembered by
all good citizens.
Continued prosperity for Ha
waii should bring Joy to us all.
for every one a participator.
Tou may want some extras for
your' Thanksgiving dinner take
this year. Let us mention a" few
specialties that we have dis
played in our Thanksgiving
Window: Turkey Platters, Car
vers. . Poultry Shears, Crystal
Carver Rests, Corn Holders, Cel
ery Trays, Salad Helpers, NGame
Sets, Champagne Coolers, Bouil
lon Cups, Table Ornaments,
Roemers, Banquet Lamps, Nut
Bowls, Wine Sets, Table Cutlery
Table Silver, Fancy Plates, Bon
lion Dishes, Candelebras.
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STORY OF
THE
B'HITL
How Woven Wire Bailey
Held: the Fort.
HIS COHORTS FAILED HIM
JackJWcVeigh's Attack on a'Kuak n
Street House and Its
Success.
H.W. Dimond k Co,
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LIMITED,
Importers of.
How Woven Wire Bailey held the fort
against Jack McVeigh has not yet been
told. Those who saw the now famous
battle on Thursday last "have spread the
details of it over town, but no word of
it has appeared in print.
Jack McVeigh is now a Federal quaran
tine officer and is a ma not to be rifled
with. Mrs. McVeigh last month rode by
a house owned by her husband on Kua
kint street which had been vacant for f
long time. She was astonished totee it
occupied by a native family. When she
tcld her husband he shared iitr astonish
ment and said that he had not rented it
to any one.
Mrs. McVeigh had been told by the oc
cupant that J. F. Bailey, the bicycle man
had civen it to them free of charge. Mc
Veigh informed his lawyer, Lorrin An
drews,' of the , mysterious deal and the
latter caueu on iianey.
Bailey said it was all right, for he in
tended tf buy the house from McVeigh
and that the bargain was all made. ' When
Andrews told McVeigh this the latter
grew angry. He said he had never seen
Bailey about it.
- Bailey explained later that Real Estate
Agent Savidge had agreed to sell th
house. Savidge said that he knew no
'more about the matter than that Bailey
had made him a proposition to buy the
house. No terms had been agreed on and 11
no permission given for occupancy. Sav- Jg
idge said he didn't know anybody lived In
the house. -
Attorney Andrews says that whn he IMg
Hawaiian
Annual
FOR
1901
YOU CAN
Is now in course of publication, ,
to be issued about December la.
Departments, societies or other
organizations, , etc., having
changes to report in their lists
of officers for the coming year
for its register and directory de
partment, will please hand In the
same at earliest convenience.
Parties desiring early copies, or
copies mailed to any address.
will please leave orders for
prompt attention.
Advertisers not yet having re
ported, will please 1o so bafore
the close of November,
The well known character of
the Hawaiian Annual in its ref
erence use, here and abroad, gives
it special advantages as a me--dium
to reach the best buyers.
THOSrS,
THRUM
rHWStt WARM DA5T8 BT
V; - ONE OF OUR
CEILING
USIN-
or
DESK
FANS
Made in all finishes. We have tnetn f
lirect and alternating currents. N
better Ventilator made. Call ni
tmint- them at
TV.
tcscw "e
Scenh
CALENDS
Will be ready fur ma. .
" December. i, 7""'s atr.v.d
number wtu th
dard of exeeluUUllyThUP tJM
"Surf Riding ... Jh Cover
Diamond Head In th a',kiki-" CM
ed in THlL1Voe,fe
... iimti; COLORS
make a picture .KS- hirk I
The nrif ) , nh M
SOcts Each
And as srond ne
M" WEBB. Pub-
Phone Main 850.
MAGOON BLOCK
PUBLISHER.
INVESTMENTS
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Golden Rule Baz
316 FORT street.
wiaiiu Realm
Company,
Limited.
F. J. LOWREV, President.
C D. CHASE, Vice Preset
AIU11U" WOOD, Trew
u. x. uiia, ecreta
E. P. DOLE, Auditor.
tary.
CROCKERY,
GLASS and
HOUSE
FURNISHING
GOODS,
A.
Yitolrl Railev about this. Bailey agreed to .MR
w ithdraw. Andrews saw Bailey's attor- Wtft,
tiiey, t. Mccants Ktewan, ana me er
"THE
TROPICAL
LOTS IN KINO STREET TRACT
from $1,330 to JL500 a lot, formerly
known u O. N. WIlcox'i premises.
TWENTY LOTS IN MANOA VAL-
i
LET, formerly Montano' Tract. $3,000
lot.
FOUR HUNDRED LOTS IN KAIU-
LANI TRACT, fron. $200 to $230 a lot.
FIFTT LOTS IN KEKIO TRACT,
opposite Makee Island, $600 a lot. v
TWENTT LOTS IN PUUNUI
TRACT, 100x200, $1,200 a lot. .
Etc., etc.
laughed long and loud. jl?iR $4 CIGAR ' g - . IRie
"Why," said Stewart, "the only way you v
can put out Bailey is by ejectment suit in I tifjgj Is the-
the Circuit Court and as the calendar is $Sgg '
crowded, it will take two years to have jjfjfe: FINEST AND BEST
the suit brought or Bailey put out." ?53g
McVeigh thought this was a peculiar FIVE CENT
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CIGAR
Sold in
HONOLULU.
GOT A GOLD?
Take something
To stimulate
Your appetite.
Bass' Ale
H5
AND
For further particulars apply to
1M I
Anhi
GUINESS'
STOUT
From the famous bottlers,
M. B. Foster & Sons,
LONDON.
l.'efuse to take any other.
law, and Andrews advised him to put J
Bailey and hia friends out by force.
Andrews made an arrangement to take IMt
this step on Thursday at 11 o'clock,, and,
meeting Stewart at the Police Court ear
ly in the day. told him of It. J
S "I warn you," said Stewart, "that if you a
attempt to put out those people today by
force there will be murder done. They
will repel force by force, and you take y
your I'.fe in you hand tf you go." K,tDtF.K,.yDAteyKK.,KI)li
Andrews said that he was willing, and, MMKMMMMMKKM.M
with Mc v eigh and a native as inierpre- i
ter, they went at the time fixed to the
Kuaklni street house. They found the
portcullis dowa,- the drawbridge up and
a great padlock on the front gate. Group
ed in the yard were Woven Wire Bailey,
a white man and . two natives.; McVeigh
demanded admission and Bailey denied it.
The latter Instructed his cohorts to
spread themselves about the premises and
repel the invaders. Incidentally he asked
that the attacking party await his law
yer's coming. Bailey put his arms
(around the gate and dared them to come
n.
x nry ineu 10 ui cuk me iwk una xo luree
Bailey away. Finally McVeigh climbed
on top of the fence to get into the yard
and was shoved back by Bailey. Then
the battle grew hot. McVeigh uttered
some strong language and drew back his.
arm to hit Bailey. His lawyer and the
others succeeding In holding him while
Bailey shouted, "Why don't you hit me?"
Meanwhile the gate was broken open
and the Invaders went in. The others
had retreated to the piazza, while Bailey
stayed In the yard. A truce was called
and the natives, agreeing to leave the
house by Thursday, they were suffered to
remain until then.
Bailey was left In a heroic posture be
side the ash barrel.
GENERAL DKBIL1TY.
FOR SALE BT
HOFFSCHLAEGER COMPANY, Ltd
Kins and Bethel Streets, Honolulu.
& Com pan y
Real Estate
Brokers.
10 WEST KING ST.
i 'Harbison mill co.
LIMITED.
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, Savtdio, Plaiting, Tubning, Etc
Lrc'towk of Moldings kept on hint
Kiln Drying, a specialty
' Ptlwi -Tarnished on Short Moum
Pain
0AHU ICES
ELECTRIC CO.
ICS DELIVERED
To any part of tpo City.
HofteaD & Martbam
T,ephon. Flu sis, p. O. Box (09.
Office: K.walo.
ily.
Group!
We make a buiscess of taking pia
tures make a feature of art Dhoto
graphn. We study the arrangement of
groups ana me posing of individuals,
and our work Is the sort that Insures
:isractlon all around.
Call and be convinced.
Verdct by Coroner's Jury in Detn
of Richard Brash
The Inquest over the body of Richard
Brash was held yesterday afternoon in
the office of Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth, who acted as coroner. The jur
ors were S. Kubey. V. E. Bivens. A.
Wagner; II. Edwards, I. Levingston
and Fred Smith. Several witnesses.
chiefly the owner of the tenement in
which Mr. Brash died, hi3 dauehter.
Dr. Pratt. Dr. Hoffmann and Walter
Brash, a brother of the deceased, were
examined.
Walter Brash testified that the de
ceased was 5.1 yers and 6 months of
age. He snw him one evening last
week on Queen street as Richard was
on his way to his room. Richard was
asked as to his health and replied that
he was feeling badly. The witness
stated that he knew of no enemies of
his brother's. Richard Brash had not
Deen working to any extent for the
past four years. He quit the printing
business when his eyesight failed him
lie did odd jobs but had no steady
w ork. -
The jury brought in a verdict of
death from general debility.
J ;l.
ART
STtOlO
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Port Street. Upstairs.
W1LL11S
OHIA WOOD FOR SALE
In any quantity. Apply to
W. C. ACHI & CO..
10 West King Street.
July 20. 1900.
SHAVER LOII ROOKS.
H. J. NOLTH, Proprietor.
Port Street, Opposite Wilder & Co.
FIRST-CLASS LUNCHES SERVED.
With Tea. Coffee. Soda Water, Ginger
Aie or aiiik.
Open from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty.
Get Your
Grass
Gut ....
After the Uain.
REFERRED STOCK
piiQio m I lf
NOTICE.
We buy and sell realty, act as
ppraisers, trustees, receivers s
appr:
derwritera,
COMPANY, LTD.
SEVEN PER CENT PER ANNUM,
payable semi-annually; also, a small
amount, of the common stock can be
obtained. ;
THE COMPANY OWNS IN FEE
SIMPLE: .
SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTY
ACRES of suburban property. Sec
. tion 1 now selling on the market.
SEVEN HUNDRED ACRES of
mountain land, with a good water
supply.
ALSO, a complete rock-crushing
plant; the largest In the country.
e. O. ehase,
M ANA3ECI
OfHce: 204 Judd Building. '
Telephone Main 310.
PALOLO LAND AND IMPROVE
MENT CO., LTD.
Office: No. 8, Model Block.
OUR
BREAD
J. LHND0,
OUTFITTER AND FURNISHER, I
Fort Street, near King.
DEPOT FOR
THE BOSS OF THE ROAD OVnJ
ALLS, JUMPERS, CARPENXEBH
COOKS' AND WAITERS' APRONS,
. NEW LINE OF
HATS and CAPS (in straw aid Wt'
WHITE and GOLF SHIRTS, CM
TNG FOR MEN AND B0Y$ TEH
SOCKS, etc., etc.
$5.00
Lawn Mower
is juSt the thing.
FORT STREET.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Complaint Made of. Odors From
Emma Street Establishment.
Complaint was made to the Board of
Health yesterday against the Hawaii
an Soda Works on Emma street near
Beretania street by residents and prop
erty owners or the vicinity. It was
said that the odor coming from the
soda works was deeidedlv ntfpftinri-
ble. . 7
Executive Officer Pratt said that the
owners of the works were poor people.
They had put In sanitary plumbing;
but the trouble was with the floor of
the establishment. When the bottles
were filled the liquid ran. over and un
der the floor. This created a foul con
dition beneath the house, and when the
trade winds blew the residents had
good cause for complaint. The mat
ter was turned over to the city sani
tary officer.
Mr Bryan has not gone so far as to
hint that the full dinner pall is part of a
plot to add to tne worklngman's troubles
by ; giving him lndigestion.-Washlngton
Star.
Terra
Cotta
IS THE MATERIAL TO BE USED
FOR
Sewer and
Cesspool
Connections.
It Is used for the city system.
Is much cheaper than Iron and does
not rust. ,
All sizes' on hand, with necessary flt
tings.
GREASE TRAPS, LAUNDRY TUBS,
CHIMNEY PIPE, etc.
Is a real home-made Bread. It's
the genuine thing. Just try a
loaf and "eee If It doesn't beat
any other bread In town. The
loaves are in RYE and In
WHEAT. -
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German Bakery
BY THE S F:X r. ZEAlMNDIA
I WILL RECEIVE ALL THE
New Novelties
In the JEWELRY LINE direct from
the manufacturers.
Castle & Mt
LIMITEl
LIFE and FIRE
P1
mm.
I
AGENTS FOR
tuiU Muiuni
OF BOSTON.
isi fife IKIK6 51
OF HARTFORD.
If 018 i
108 KING STREET,
Hawaiian Souvenir Jewelry j .Waller 1 I MlNACHl
. MADE TO ORDER AT
8 1 ART'S
4'4 KORt f'l
JEWELER
rti. Instruments T7s9 la...-
THE SlLEHT 3AHBEB SHOP
u Ihoroaafeii Pisinrete. Ats
Ustma.
IRLINOTON iJOTXL. HOTM V
-AJIII-
MAVY CONTRACTORS
Hawaiian Soda Works.
EMMA AND VINEYARD STS.
Goods Delivered Free
TELEPHONE 605.
FOR SALE
At low prices.
White Bros. Cement,
Ex bark TOLA from Loon
Custom House Blanks
- Of All SJu;
FOR SALE at
IWAbN rJArTTW1 OOMrAji
ALSO -
Gf-rmanla an.l H?mmoor v-
Warehouse,
em'-"1
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Lewers & Cooke.
Book and Job worts in tne highest srt,
executed at short notice, at the GA
ZETTE office.
A GREAT PHYSICIAN SAYS: "75
per cent of all diseases and sickness is
caused by the pores becoming clogged.
thus shutting up in the blood the pois
ons and impurities which Nature in
tended they should eliminate." Pache
co's Dandruff. Killer opens the pores
and expels all the poisons in the scalp.
leaving it clean and healthy.
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
Sold by all Druggists and" at the
Union Barber Shop, Telephone 696.
Hawaiian Fertilizer Ul
Office: QUEENjTREf
Pacific Transfer
Company.
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IZ7 KW &l., rem w
EXPRESS WAGONS, -LUMBER
WAGONS anu
DUMP CARTS V
Always cn n""-
-. f air i
tunks. Furniture and
iianaieu.
Telephone Main 68.
WING WO CH-K
Ebony Furniture,
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Chinese and Japanese
Crockery,. Mattinps. . TrarJA
Vases. Camphorwo00
Rattan Chairs.
Oixra iA - - kit
OF Ah ,
210-212 Nuuanu Strw
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