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THE PAOfFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLOLU, MAT 2, 19&1.
JAPANESE SHOW THEIR PACES IN NATIVE VAUDEVILLE felT Cabofs Creosote Stains ! All numbers direct from the factory. t Carbolineum, Coal Tar, Magnite. THE BEST COLO WATER PAINT t ocoooooooooooooooooooo fcCfllfiAN STOVE CO.'S arland Stoves and 0 Ler carload comprising new patterns. 0 Sterling Blue Flame .Stoves v Garden Hose, all sizes. A complete line cf Paints and Varnishes. I Icific Hardware Co.. Ltd.! The Japanese Young Men's Club gav.r an entertainment last night at the quarters of the club on Yjneyard street, the audience being principally Japan ese, and Judging from the bursts of ap plause that followed every number or the program, the show must have heec a great success The front lanaj of the dub's cottage had been transformed into a. stage, and the front yard turned into an audito rium, surrounded by gay bunting cur tains, and with no roof except 'the spreading branches of a gian algaroba tree, through the leaves of which the moonlight sifted and mingled with the soft light of the pretty Japanese lan terns that were hung on wires running up to the top of a tall pole in the cen ter. The scene was characteristically Jap anese, and though the entertainment was not intelligible to the "hade" aaind, it was interesting by reason of its oddity, and waa evidently high-class vaudeville to the Japanese audience. The program opened with an imita tion of a Japanese telling a story, by a Japanese, the principal feature of the imitation being the imbibing of sake, much to the delight of the au dience. Pretty Japanese maidens discoursed the Oriental version of music from stringed gourds and tom-toms behind a transparent screen, and presently a great yellow moon rose with astound ing rapidity over a piece of Japanese lery representing a city, remain ing transfixed in the heavens during the rest of the performance. After the story teller a sleight-of-hand man brought out a chicken, REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. which he caused to squawk lustily, so that the audience might know it was aiive and well. Then, with the aid or an assistant, he made a great show of cutting the chicken's head off, tucking the fowi s bead under its wing, and producing another fowl's head and ex j hibiting it as the one decapitated. I Thereafter he affected to sew the head .on, and exhibited the chicken to the audience, uninjured, calling particular attention to that part of its anatomy in w hich it was supposed to nave got- ten the axe. A distressed individual appeared in th guise of a bereaved mother bearing a Japanese doll in arms, and from the emotions portrayed it was presumed that tht little one was dead. The doi; was iinaily laid in state on the floor in the middle of the stage, and the sup posed mother plunged headlong over the edge of the lanai, presumably into a river. The result, however,, was not fatal, and she was seen to get up and walk off towards the dressing room, effecting a change of costume en route! A Japanese professor or juggling fol lowed. To the mystification of his audience he hung a jar and a fan upon a hook fastened upon a screen, the said hook perhaps, not being visible from a greater distance than the fifth row back. Among other astonishing feats the professor effected a complete change of costume under a table dis appearing in a kimono and obi. and emerging In American full dress with a silk hat. Similar performances completed the program, applaiiH being liberal throughout. The entertain m was gi i for the benefit of the Japanese 2 u g Men's ilub. and it is understood that it was a great success financially, as well as in the matter of interesting the large audience. J ST tci fr IIVVH m 0M 1 MAI AGENTS SALE CP REAL ESTAT F. J. LOWRET, President. C. D. CHASE, Vice President Manager. ARTHUR B. WOOD, Tre&aorar. J. A. OILMAN, Secretary. E. P. DOLE, Auditor. ire is Strength and Vigor LN EVERY DROP. iEMTLE BOSK BEER on Sale at the Following Places: Auction Saie OF Valuable Lease Criterion, Anchor, F&torite, lint. Pantheon, California, Fountain, Fashioc he Kash Co., Ltd ON SATURDAY, MAY 11, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. Honolulu, I will sell at public auction, the lease of part of the Monsarrat prop erty on Union street, near Hotel street. Property to be leased has a frontage of sixty feet on Union street and a depth of seventy-four and one-half feet. Leas? will be for a term of thirty yea.rs at a net monthly rental of $150 per month. Purchaser to erect a good and i5ub stantial building of either brick or stone, to cost not less than $15,000. Property joins the lot on which a large building is to be erected on Union and Hotel streets. Map of the property and copy of the lease and further particulars at my office. JAS. P. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. ARE OF THE FACT that we have Just received a large iff Hosiery at 30. 50. 7 5cts A PAIR. UL VALUES a.t fhpae nrtoM anri rnnila In autt thp most dis- Br 1 to save money in buying- your clothing? If ume to ub and be convinced of a fact. We will sell you the Wkh made goods at prices that will astonish you. Flannel Suits 100 8lve us you patronage it's money in your pocket. (e Kash Co . Ltd. Bt STOCKS- TWO TELEPHONES : (riJro Maan N and Main M7. K " Bt' and Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. fc Panama. Pan Ijfop in and see our latest I stJle of . . . Manama hats Jhey are just the very things l0r this season. ama. akami Corporation Notices. HAIKU SUGAR CO.. LTD. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Haiku Sugar Com pany is hereby called for Thursday, May 16, 1901, at 9 a, m., in the offices of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., for the purpose of accepting the amended charter, and adopting amendments to tne by-laws. J. B. ATHERTON, Secretary Haiku Sugar Co., Ltd. Henoluiu, April SO, 1961. 5846 PAIA PLANTATION CO.. LTD. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THK shareholders of he Paia Plantation Company is hereby called for Thurs day, May 16. 1901. at 9:30 a. m.. in the offices of Alexander & Baldwin. Ltd.. for the purpose of accepting the amended charter, and adopting amend ments to the by-laws. J. B. ATHERTON. Secretary Paia Plantation Co., Ltd. Honolulu, April 30. 1901. 5S46 April 20. No. 884S Keala to E. Kuehu; throe pieces land (1 55-100 acres), kul. 4772, Wailua.nui, Hana, Maui. Consideration $30. No. S850 Territory of Hawaii to C K. C. Rooke; lot D (1,')40 square feet). Un ion street, Honolulu, Oahu. Considera tion $5,000. No. 8S60a C. K . C. Rooke to Territory of Hawaii; lot A (905 square feet) and lot B (94 square feet), Honolulu, Oahu. Ex. D. No. 8851 Est. A. Cornwell et aL to M. C. Widdifield; lot 22, block 21, Pearl City, Ewa. Oahu. Consideration $1. No. 8852-Gear, Lansing fr. Co. to M. C. WiddMleld: lots 5 and 7 (30,000 square feet J. block No. 2, Kaimuki tract. Bono- jlulj Oahu. Consideration $800. No. 8855 J. F. Morgan and wife to Kate Hughes; lots Hi, 13 and It (21.372 square feet), King street tract, Honolu lu, Oahu. Consideration $5,000. No. SS54 M. T. Wilcox to G. N. Wil cox; undivided one-half Interest in kuls. 3602 ana 3620, Lihu, Kauai. Considera tion $200. No. S856 W. A obey to M. A. Rego; ap. 2 of R. P. 4712, kul. 10885, Koloa, Kauai. Consideration $80. No. 8857 J. H. Kunewa to Goo Hoy; portion of R. P. 61517, kul. 217' (6,423 square feet), Kauluwela, Honolulu, Oa hu. Consideration $1,600. No. SS59 S. Kailimai, administrator, to A. J. Campbell; Grant No. 3226 (58 73-100 acres), Kaniahiku, Puna, Hawaii. Con sideration $1,600. No. 860 Trs. Oahu College to C. F. Peterson; lots 1, 8 and 8 (56.957 66-100 square feet), block 12, College Hill tract. Honolulu Oahu. Consideration $o,S00. April 20. No. 8863 E. May and wife to Anna Meielros; lots 7 and 9, block J. Kapiolani Park addition, Waikiki, Hono lulu, Oahu. Consideration $500. No. 8864 K. Kakulu and wife to B. F. Dillingham Co.; piece land (6,600 square feet), Paalaa, Waialua, Oahu. Consider ation $1. No. S865 B. F. Dillingham Co. to K. Kakulu; piece land (26-100 of an acre), Paalaa-kai. Wsialua, Oahu. Considera tion $1. April 22. No. 8868 Miki to S. Michioka; lot 13 of B. P. 4414 (14 20-100 acres), Kai nehe, H.imakua, Hawaii. Consideration $1,000. No. 8872 S. Kahoa et al. to D. Manuel; ap. 2 (1 1-10 acres) of R. P. 1790, kul. ;CM. Auwaiolimu, Honolulu. Oahu. Con sideration $300. i No. 8869 A. Fernandez to Kaleikuaiwa ana wife; lot s. ivanni, nonoiuiu, va hu. Consider? tion $500. No. S873 Palolo Land and Imp. Co. to A. Marques; lots 2 and 3, block 102, Pa lolo valley, Honolulu, Oahu. Considera- I tion $720. No. KS76 ;..-;i r. Insing & Co. to M. D. I Vivas, lots 3 and 4, block 4, Kalmuki 1 tract. Honolulu, Oahu. Consideration ' $1,150. POLICE HEW 3 There Wf 176 Arr-.- g for Drunker. -neas Last Month. Eight out of fourteen cas. s were con tinued In the Police O-u- t yesterday, and the amount of business transacted by Judge Wilcox was legislatorial in Shunk, Walo, F. McWay and Thomp son were fined $2 and cosjs for drunk This was all. ,; The case of assault and battery against iSam Keahi was nolle pros'd. as was the charge of malicious injury agains. O. Ramuta. The cases continued were: Poloaiea. selling liquor; Mrs. Mn waa, assault and battery on Ah Ho; Ah Hoy, vagrancy; Tokiyoma, solicit ing: Manuel Souza, selling liquor: May 7th; W. McCarthy, assault and bat tery on W. Y. Johnson; James Laughlin, assault and battery on H. Wood; James Laaghlin, vagrancy, May 2d. Yesterday's arrests incVude: David Kapuiwi. investigation; Katie, Investi gation; Jack Powers, drunk; Sam Palupala. Kalalua, Char les A hong. William Phelan. Kalehua, George Phil lips, Thomas Ryan, drunk. The arrests for drunkenness for the month of April totalled up 176, as against 180 in March. February ar rests were 180, and in January 142 drunks were detained. WE HAVE FOB SALE Houses on Kee aumoku Street Pensacola Street Be retania Street Voider Avenue AftD ELSEWHERE. Prices range from $7,000 to $20,000. ALSO BUSINESS PROPEBTf Island Realty Co. -LIMITED.- BY AUTHORITY. 1200 -:- 1200 LOTS IN KAPIOLANI TRACT For Sale. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. THE THII1D AND LAST ASSESS ment of 25 per cent ($2.50 per share) on the capital st-ck of the HONOLU LU STOCK YAKDS CO., LTD., will be due and payable at the company's of fice on June 1st a 'id wfW became de linquent Juiy 1, 101. L. DE L. WARD, Treasurer. Honolulu, Apri: 30, 1901. 5S45 List of tit-ed.- hied, for record April 21 11)01 : Firt Party. Second Party Kapuaokatikina Mrs M. Kama K. Boaka Mrs. L X. Kamau . Min. of Interiors-ill. M. Mutch M. Paanao 12. Thomas . F. S. Lyman tn.i wife W. S. Ly man, Jr , J F. S. Lyman. Jr. W. M. Campbell Makakane (w K. Kirhr Kan Ming Ch-w-i'ang Lum Mon Class D . D . D . D D D PROCLAMATION. Whereas. The Legislature at its reg ular session of 1901, has failed to pass appropriation bills providing for pay ments of the necessary current ex penses of carrying on the Government and meeting its legal obligations. I, Sanford B. Dole, Governor of the Territory at Hawaii, by virtue of the authority in me vested by law. here by call the Legislature to meet in ex tra session for the consideration of ap propriation bill? for the coming bien nial period, on Wednesday, the eighth day of May, A. D.. nineteen hundred and one. In testimony whereof I have sub scribed my name and caused the great jseal of the Territory to be hereto af ' fixed. Done at the Capitol, in Honolulu, this first day of May. A. D., nineteen hun dred and one. Seal.) SANFORD. B. DOLE. By tiv Governor: HENRY E. COOPER, Secretary of the Territory. 5846 EXEC FTIVE ORDER. NUUANU CHAPTER, M0. 1, ROSE CROIX. THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET ing of Nuuanu Chapter No. 1, Rose Croix. A. & A. S. R, will be held at the Masonic Temple, this THURSDAY EVENING, May 2, at 6:45 o'clock. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS. All sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend. By order of the W. M. A. B. SCRIMGEOUR, Secretary. NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS. et al Hiio Sugar Co. Honolulu L. v of Public W List of deeds I 1901:: First Party. Nakoluelani K i Kaoliko et al.- I Mrs. K. AktmS F. W. Macfar . man et aL . H. A. Llndley a Trs. Oahu Coll- ; radt Watt . H. Asstn. D D D Supt. or record April 30, cond Party Monsarra t . . h A. Kahaulelio r C. F. New- ife Anna Paris; Uwina W. Con- Class. D D D The Governor directs that notice be ! given that he has appointed the fol lowing commissioners, under Act IS of the Session Laws of 1901: FRED W. MACFARLANE. Es ... Chairman. A. N. XEPOIKAI. Esq . ARTHUR C. LOVEKLN, Esq., JO. G. PRATT, ESq.. F. J. TESTA, ISiR)., to herein ascertain claims in conse- THJS KAPIOLANI TRACT ei from Kinjr street to the beach. A. f M feet width will be opened on Um Mat aid of the property adjoining tfca Kagnshameha Girls' School; said res will extend to the sea. r CROSS ROADS will be opened be tween blocks. Every lot will bar frontage on a road. The eterattosst Varies from 40 feet high to It fast high above sea level. NO SWAMPS around the pruraiite No freshet will enter the property. THERE IS AN OFFER to bar a part of the property by a great maaa facturing company. The chances at the offer may be accepted. There fe very reason to believe the prices sr : ots will Increase in a short time. The owner of the property will give att 'chances to purchasers to make saapsp on their investments. THE GROUND IS SUPERIOR ts 'any tract in the market. ' THE PREMISES are situated wttfc i n one mile and a half from the pose- Sce. THE GOVERNMENT WAT PIPES are laid along the upper pav- tion of the property. THE PRICES are the cheapest of a&? oract within -two miles from the oeata 4tf the city. THE TERMS which will be given ve bubonic I) D quence of orders of t!ie Board f Health -jxirchaaeni will be the best ever giv by any Real Estate Dealer or Broke Suring the last twnty years in Hi tabs. in the suppression of tl. i plague, HENRY E. COOPER. ' Secretary of the Territory. Capitol, Honolulu, May 1st. l'i)01. 58. RECEPXL. ro visitors;. ETEL STREET THE UNDERSIGNED GROCERS would give notice to their customers and the public in general that after this date monthly settlement will be strictly insisted upon. All goods purchased in one month must be paid for before the last day of the succeeding month, without excep tion. IEWIS & CO., HENRY MAY & CO., LTD,, Frank B. Auerbach, Mgr. CHARLES HUSTACE, SALTER & WATTY, ESTATE OF J. HUTCHrNS, F. L. Waldron, Adm. Honolulu. T. H.. April IS. 1901. 6835 HQ iSF DR. W. J. GALBRATTH WILL take charge of my practice during my absence. DR. F. L. MINER On and after May 1, 190L Dr. W. J. ruihraith -win occunv the office and residence of Dr. F. L. Miner, corner of A Fine Displty li Photc graphic Art to e Made. Messrs. Rice and Perkins, art pho tographers, will give a reception to the public, as a formal opening of their Beretania ;treet studio, tomorrow and Saturday, between the hours of 2 and 10 p. m. They have arranged their exhibit of photographic studies in their new stu dio, and will welcome visitors. Mr. Rice and Mr. Perkins report that they have been badly handicapped by the destruction of their photographic sup plies in the process of fumigation of the transport Logan's mall, but they expect to be more fortunate with the next consignment. The studio will be open to visitors from 2 o'clock toraorrov.- afternoon un til 10 o'clock in the evening, and dur ing the same hours on Saturday. Vaa residence of Dr. F. L. Miner. "VVAVVwVvV Beretania and Union streets. SS39 Gircfie-Gircfia " Tonight. "Girofle-Girofla," the pretty opera which was one of Lillian Russel's great successes, will be given at the Opera House this evening by the Josephine Stanton Opera Company. On Saturday night "Fra Diavolo" will be rendered with Henry Hallam as the bandit chieftain. I, Tboodore F. Landing, Treasurer oi he Territory of. Hawaii, do iier ... : ertify, in accordance with the requ:- I nenti of Sectioa 12, Charter XX;' ' he Sissfcn Laws of 1 S84, the same tag' an "Act to provide for the In cot poration of Banking Companies,' tbife) . have examined ii'to the condition o: : TEE FI RPT BANK OF HIIX, LT7 a corporation formed under nald ; j nd located in the city of Hllo, Isla... f Hawaii, and I am satisfied that th aid corporation has lly coniplieif with the provisions required ty said act, to be complied- with before com mencing the business of banking, anci ,the said corporation, "THE FIRST BANK OF HILO, LTD., is hereby an horized to commence such business. In witness whereof, I have hereunto placed my hand and the seal of th Treasurer's office this 26th day ef darch, A. D. 190L THEO. F. LANSING, ! 815 Treasurer Territory of Hawaii FOR TERMS or more particulars !U to fa y si SURVEYOR GE OF TRACT CO. i OR TO i Mii AND MA NA KA PIOLANI NOTICE. MR D. W. McNICHOL HAS THxS day become a partner in the Criterion Saloon. c. j. McCarthy. Honolulu, May 1, 190L 5S46 If. c. m & GO., REAL ESTATE DEALERS AND BROKERS. , TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS, A piece of land fronting on South street, and running through to Chamberlain street, the frontage on each of said streets being 140 feet, and ha v fag a depth of 140 feet. This property Is suitable for tha erection of warehouses and storea. For terms, apply to the KAPIOLANI ESTATE, LTD. 5794 ?