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AMEUICAN llAIIICENTINt: NKAUIT
FROM THE MOUND.
3PteiicorH Dcpnrteil for Maul mid
Knunl-'llic Kenuliou froin tho
(InrclPti Ikln-Other Note.
Tlic Kenuliou arrhed from tbo Garden Isle
tiU morning n-llhout cargo.
Tomorrow, Mill tide largo 4:10 a m; high
tide small 3:1;) p m; low tide largo 9.30 pm;
low Hilu smuli 11 " a in.
The schooner Alalia bus flnMicd ilttclmrg
iii(T licr general freight. Sliu lias SOU tons ol
milplutr to unload at the ltallroad wharf for
the Kalllil fertilizer works.
The four maMvd bsrUcntlnc Omega Is on
her way Irom Wvttpuit, New Zealand, to
Han FrnticiHio wllh a cargo of coal. It U
hoped she will have butter luck than the
Tlio American barkcntlno Skagit, Kouln
on master, was towed Into port by the
(earner Keauliou at noon today. She Is HO
day out from l'ort Townfcnd, having ex
pei lenci'd fine catlier during the trip, with
very light southerly winds thu last three
weeks l!e-hlc hlh, pickets, dhlugles, fence
pnstn and telephone poles, he has over CUO,
010 feet of lumber, consigned toLoncr&
C"ke. A hi ire started amongst some
onkuni which vmih saturated uilh oil In ihu
lararctte one day durng thu trip, but was
fxtlnguiehcd btforc much duniago was dime.
The Skagll will discharge ut l'ort street
Tho statistical summary of vessels totally
lost, condemned, ,c, just published by
"I.lojd'a Hcgisfpr." shosthat during ISO.)
the gross reduction In the cllective niercati
Ulo marine of tbc world amounted to 1,2(7
of 600,'Ji8 ton, tveludlug all vessels of less
thin 1U0 tons. Of this total, Hlu vessels of
372,40) tons were steamers, and 9.!7 oNS.I,
81!i tons were nahlng vesfels. Thcso figures
exceed the m "ii of the preceding four
jears by lij simmer of 81,519 tons and by SB
nailing ve-Kils of 42.940 tons. As regards
(teatners owned in the United Kingdom, the
return Is also above the average while as
regards sailing vetccta It Is somewhat be
low. The Nicaragua imnl Report to the United
fil-ilcs House of liiprmentallvcs by (he C in-,
mltteo on lnt rttnti ami foreign Commerce,
stalls that the ( umm.ttco believes tho canal
eulliely feasible, ami strongly recommends
ill it the viovernment nshlst In the comple
tion 0! the iork, evn If it co-ts more than
lo,ooo,ooo The illflercnco of opinion be
tweetl the engineers for the (iovirnment and
for the compan) l thoiuht to affect In no
wise the prai llc.ibllily of he project. Die
Committee belli ves tint Hk main question
now Is: Who Mull build the e.inul, and who
shall control It when luillt ? Eiigtucerlnir,
Nena so' (he Committee feels jiirtlllt d Ji vi
,. , .re
ccimmuU..iig Ih it Cmigri s mould take Im
mediate, union to give- mi eh aid to the enter
pilu k iiuy lu iHee-snry to obtain the
tii'ids which nre- re niilll to complete the
oik, Thu Foreign and Colonial Importer.
WElKiKSDAt, Oct, 21.
3tmr Kcauhmi, Thompson, from ports
Am blctu Skagit, Koblnson, from l'ort
From Kauai per stmr Kcauhou, Oct 2t
Norman Iliilbcrt and Ii deck paMeii(,ers.
v. ssknoeus deiauti:i.
For Maul, perstmr Claudlne, OetS'l Mrs
J O Wilder, Miss Mary Lyman, W O Aiken
and wife. Wlllmm Maj, J K Collier, .1 M
Lewis, Mrs M llapal. Ah Sang, All Ming,
Mrs A N Kepolkai, and 3) on deck.
For Kuuui. per stmr Mlkahala, Oct 20
Mrs II Ise-nlieirf, Mrs 0 l (Jookc Miss II
Neal, Mrs 'lumen, Mr Stanley and bride, E
Strcius, Ur (ioodliue, Mr Kaele and child,
W II Idee, (i N Wilcox, l)r Hutchinson, F
W Glade, Mrs Stcvcim, Mrs Urlmstaum, K
Jllranta, and :.' mi deck
VKS&Kl.j IN TOUT.
U S S Adams, Watson, San Fiaueisco.
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Ger bk II Ilackfeld, Barber, I.ajsan leld.
Am sell Aloha, Datiel, d F.
Am bk Mohican, launders, 8 F.
llr bk Gainsborough, Diamond Head.
Ocr bk tiplea. Fran. Krusu. Hremen.
ETANl,EY-DVNFOItD-At St Andrew's Ca
thedral, Honolulu, October !iub, IS I,
by the Itight Iter tho liUbop of Hono
lulu, asbUtcd by the ltev Mex Mackin
tosh, William F I. btanley, second sou of
the late Jiimct Charlcn Stadey, Coinmls
e.irj (iener.il of II II M Oidiianec Depirt
inent, to Juuiiita F C Danfoid. neeond
daughter of the late William Duiiford ot
I.arkll.'lii II(lUel Dublin, Ireland,
(1KMMEL.L At I'linahoii, OeloberSl. James
Oe nfiiell, uiiatleol beothmd Funeral
at 2 p in I'll day.
Di'utli ol .Tomes Goimiifll.
JnmcB Gommell, u native of
Scotliunl niid ii rodidont oE tho
Islan'cls fof eomo iiftncii years paat,
died suddenly lnat uijht, and 'was
buried thin nftprnnou under tho
aaspicos of tho Ancient Order of
Foresters of which h- wns a mom
bor. He wus doclnrod by pliysi
ciattB tp be one of tho most perfect
specimens of manhood ever Been
in theso islands. Paralysis seized
him nevertheless without a mo
ment's warning, and he became
instantly holpless and soon died.
Ho was about thirty years of age.
Doceasod was for a lanu time a
rosidont of tho island of Lauai
and at one time was in charge of
tho ranch. Ho was also a mem
ber of tho Scottish Thistle Club.
The funeral took place from tho
reaidoncp;qf E. ltonuio on Auu
puni street at 2 o'clock.
i ii mm pmwf mum mi i Tiiartwuf rtnimrntrf rainnfTii
The UNDEitsidNED bog to an
nounco that from and after
Tliureday Night, Oct 1,1896
ST. LOUIS BEER
Will bo sorvod ON DRAUGHT
To niQeMlio times aud competi
tion, it will bo furnished at
I2kls. Per Glass
"Wo quoto from lottor of tho
AnheuBor-Busch Browing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your honorable firm having represented
us for so many years we believe It useless to
call yonr attention to the merits of our arti
cle, but we should like to repent again and
cill our nttrntlon to the fuct that ours Is
THIS ONLY l'L'KE UAIILEY MALI' HEEIt
MANUFACTUItED, and corn cerefallne ond
other adulterants as well as acids, for tho
pru'erMitiou of beer, are unknown In our es
tablishment. With tho above jou may go
before tbc public In our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
tho high roputation of Anheusor
Boor. Its introduction in any
and every market makes it an
immediate favorite. It stands
without a poor, without a rival,
without even a competitor It
received tho highest awards at tho
Columbian Exposition. Tho re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing price of
12 Cents Per Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
aud ho is a wiso man who gets
tho best quality for tho least
MACFftStJNE 4 CO.,
I take pleasuroiu announc
ing to you that I havo remov
ed to my now quarters at NO.
11G FORT STREET and am
prepared to execute all orders
portniniug to my business.
Jewelry Repairing, Watch
Repairing, IMuo Engraving,
etc., otc. I have a handsome
stock of Watches and Jewel
ry to show you including a
largo variety of valuable Isl
and Curios. Your patronage
is respectfully solicited.
Ta My Patrons i
It gives me much pleasure
to announce that MR. M. R.
COUNTER, ono of the most
skilled watchmiikors over in
these Islands, is now managing
my repairing department. No
watoh is so complex in its
mechanism but wo can givo per
fect stttisfaotion in correcting
tho evils to which watches are
heir. Watches are delicate
things to handle. Wo guarantee
that they will receive no injury
at our hands and will lcavo
our ptoro in perfect repair.
E. A. JACOBSON,
507 Fort Street.
THE Rl PAIRING
OF JEWELRY aw
is a liuo art. Costly jowelrv when
clum(ie,ed needs careful iitteutlou, ox
peneuco and care. To get thia, bcinl
your work to
A. M. E. Yieira,
AT ItltOWN tl- KIJlti:"N.
Unique Designs in Jewelry.
211 Hotel Street.
JE-I. a. J3IA.RT.
404 Fort Sticet.
O na Puna Makana
Ka lliwahiwa oi loa aku o
ka Naui Makamae.
E Hiki ke Hoomaemae
pu ia ua -Wati poino a mo ka
haki o ko A-u.
Alanui Papu, kokoko alanui Moi.
Light and Serviceable.
Gastle & Cooke
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
JIoes itself nbout your Law n Trnvols
in a straight liuo or n circlo Stops autom
atically. Set for any lougth of bono.
JET No sueli Bnrinkler Las ever been
placed on tlio market before.
Come and See It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Fort Street, ... - Telepliouo 20.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker aud Tuner.
Can Furnish tho Best
Offieo, Fort street, oppositoCutholio School.
Telephone 231, 412 and 100.
Jt& Orders promptly attondod to.
W. H. RICKAKD,
General Business Agent
Will attend to Couvoyniiclug in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
OCTOBER 21, 189G.
, (J For Sale.
a Two Stores on Nuunnu street.
4 Lot on Magazine Hill. l'-WxO'Jl feet,
commanding an excellent view of the city
5 Lot on HackfcUl street, 80x100.
0 A Choice Hcaldcnce on Luiiallto street,
having nil modern improvements.
7 A Desirable Residence! at .Muklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of 10.5.
This property Is 24llfecton Punchbowl strec,
wltli a depth of 'i'ii feet running to the ill 111
ground or armorv, with a frontage on nunc!
for i or f more cottages. Tho central loca
tion of the property makes It motl available.
0 IIoubc and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
"OxltSo ft. This property will be sold at cost
and Is an excellent barualn lor a home seeker,
Tho botiKO Is clegnnllj llntslad and of the
best worUmnnshlp and mutcrhls There U u
carrlnge house and burn on the premises mid
the yard is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Flue Hesldeuco centrally located,
conlntnlni; i.i rooms. Lot lUOxlSUU ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
11 SO Acres of Lund In Kalllil valley, (Wnl
klki side). stream of water Hows along
this land. A bargain.
14 A Corcmodlous Residence on Hnislngcr
street, lilted with all modern conveniences. Ur
will trade lor suburban property.
Ii! House and Lot on lieretnnln street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 85x145.
17. Fine Residence on Bcrctanla street.
For further particulars Inipilru at my olllec,
13. A House and Lot on Young street.
10 Houso and Lot corner Victoria and
Ilerctanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains G rooms. Size of lot lUUxUUO.
21 House and Lot on Young street near
tho residence ol the Iter, Mr 11) de. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcauraoku
street. Lot 60x100.
23 Pearl City I'ropcrtv.
21 Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on Ha
waii. 25 Tvo Stores on Nuiiann st, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses in tho
rrar of said stores containing 2u rooms in all.
The ithovo pajs 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible p.irtlea for a tcrnuof years.
20 A ruoHt DoHimblo Homo on Thurston
avenue. Large grounds unci beautiful llow
cr gawlcu; houso fnruhmed throughout in
hurtl wood with nil latest improvements.
Excellent view of tho city ami ocean, and
ono which cannot bo cutoff.
27 V Largo Lot and Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding nn un
obstructed viow nf tho city and harbor. No
choicer rpiidenco ia to bn had in tho city
oven b.v Hit) iuost fustidicus.
gM-wt New House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent IV
U, tctviinta' ipiartersaud stables. One block
from car line at I'uuuhou.
20- Only I of those Lots left near Kaineha
HO Two Houses and Lots on Llllha street.
31 An 18 Aere Tract of Lund ut Kullhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
32 A House and Lot on Alakea Btreet.
33 A Beautiful llutldliiir Lot at Kullhl,
IIKixSOO, cleared, lcneed and water laid on.
31 A Gently bloplng Lot on Thurston
avenue, 210x125, having a frontage on Green
street of Ill5 feet, and commanding a bird's
eje view of the eltv aud hnrbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence ol Clam Sprockets.
MI Elegant lleach Property at Wulklkl.
oo-l he only CIIOICK LOT left at .V.aUlkl.
It adjrlns the residence of J A (illninii and
the reslili'tiee ultei of W L Hopper, 11 Laws,
and Dr Wood.
42 Lot 75x150 New house of S rooms,
elegant y finished; servants quarters, carrhgc
house, stables, etc, at the corner of Alapal
and Quarry tccts. Good view of the o can.
4.S Three houses of 0 rooms each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot 11 0 feet on llcre
tanla street by a depth of 20n feet through to
Klnau street., auu a irouiugu on me laiicr
street of loo feet. Good opportunity for In
44 Lot on Maklkl street, 7fixIlo Cheap.
45 House and lot on 1'ctersoii Lane, Pa
lama. House contains (I room. Lot 75x110.
4U Duelling House of 0 rooinf, littcd with
all modern conveniences. Lot 115x110
Situated at Palama.
47Vacant Lot on Walklkl Road, 100x110.
48 Houso and Lot on Nuuaiiu street.
House contains eight furnished rooms.
Very convenhntly located near the business
center of the city.
40 Elegant Residence at Punahou. Houso
of 7 rooms with all modem conveniences.
Lot loov.'oo, nicely planted with fruit and
6012 Sn' of Fnniilnro comploto nnd
tlio rental ui im must desirable and ren
tiiiby localri' Lodging Hoiue in th oity.
51 l'ini'i.piiio It.tiioh L'5,000 fruiting
phuits, COO luuo trees, CO Avocado poor
trorR, peach trees and Allulfu crop. Two
Duellings, barn, tto Au Al investment.
notice: I can .Negotiate j.ouiis on any oi
the above piopcit) lor )iiirchascrs desiring
same ut from H to 7.) tier cent of thu vulue.
1 Warehouse on Esplauudc.
3 A Furnished Cottage hi a good location
for two or three months.
I - Houso and Lot, 1002.10, on Lane off
Bol'ool Btieot, adjoining Kuulnwela bchool
houso. l'arlor, .'1 bodrooms, dining-room,
kitchen, pantry, b.itlihoubo, e.irriugo house,
blablo and outbuilding, ltout $25 per
S- A Ikantlful Sumtncr Itcsldenco at the
Peninsula, Pearl City, completely fiirulshed:
live rooms and servant's qmrtcrs. Will rent
cheap to u desirable taunt Tho lot Is over
mi aero In slo mid v ell laid out, and com
mands a beautiful view of the harbor,
0 Store Room, iU.48, &!5 per month,
driveway Into It. lieretaula street, rear of
City Feed Store.
7 Piece ground 30 feet front, on llereta
nla street, next to Clt) Feed Store. Will
erect good stoic on ground and lease 5 years
at 30 per month.
8 A Furnished Residence ou King street
In a desirable locality.
10 Furnished Cottage for couple at Wal
klkl, servants' quarters, stables, etc. $25 per
mouth, long lease.
11 Large Hall on Emma street, ground
floor. Auy society n Uhlug a quiet location
will do well to sec this.
A. V. GEAR,
210 King street.
Evening liullelh' 7Gcper month.
CW Jfl ffl
Stcamors of. tho nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 13. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Victoria, B. 0.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or nbout the dates below stated, viz.:
From Hjxttioy nil Suvit, for Vlclorln nnil 1 From Vlctorln nnd Vancouver, 11. O., to
Yniicoiuor. II. C.i Suva nnil Bjilniivl
Stmr "MIOWERA" October 20 8tmr "MIOWEEA" November 16
Btuir " WAIUUMOO" oomber 24 i Stmr " WAItltltlOO" Dkj. mber 16
Stmr "MIOWERA" Decembor 24 Stmr "MlOWEn A" January 16
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Juuuary 24 Star "WAIUUMOO" February 16
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to CiuukIii,
United Stitfcn mid Eurojie.
I It EI a UT AND rASSLCNGElt AnCNTS!
D. MoNiooli, Montreal, Cnnndu.
llonr.nT Keiir, Winnipeg, Oannda.
M. M. Steiin, 8nn Francisco, Unl.
G. Moli. Buown, Vnncouver, B. 0.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Occnnio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland ou or about
Nov. 12, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney ant! Mickland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stco Stcamsliip
" Mariposa "
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Oct. 2'2, 189G.
And will have prompt despatch with
Maile and Passengers for tho above ports.
Ti i undersigned nro now prcpnred
Tin i.mr!i Tickets to All Points
in tho United Stales.
GyFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
Oceanic Stesiiip Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Oct. 26, 1896.. .
Nov. 10, 1890..
for S. F.
..Oct. 23, 1890
.Nov. 21, 1S90
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
MarlposB, Oct 22, 96 I Ahimedn.Nov 12, '06
Monowai, Nov 10, '06 Muniiotn.Deo 1008
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $106,646.15
Money Loaned on Approved Socurity.
A Savings Hank for Monthly Deposits.
Uouhos Built on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Soriea of Stock now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce ItoouiR.
Ofllco hours, 12:30-1.30 P.M. 873-tf
General Manager of
Tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of tho United Btatos for tho Hawaiian
Ofk-cv: Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. BCHMiOT & 80N3,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuanu V alloy, abovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithfnl at
tention. Ko oxtra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Oicona and Carnations a spe
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service.
IS" For FroiRht aud Puasnge and all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
hih li IMA k
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Stoamore of tho ahovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about tho following
StmrUolgio Oct. 21,1800
SUnrl'oru Nov. 2, 1896
Stmr ltlo do Jauoiro . . . .Nov. 10, 1890
For SAN FJRANCISC0:
Steamers of tho nlinvn rVirmimuim iimiI
call at Honolulu on their wnv frnm
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho abovo
port ou or about tho following dates:
Btinr Gaolio Nov. 0, 1896
tftmr City of l'eking Nov. 16, 1896
Stmr China Dec. 2, 1896
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONrj
Cabin 81G0.00 S17C.0O
Cabin, round trip, 4.
months 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 810.25
Europojin Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
t2TPtthRcnge.-a paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent oil" return faro if re
turning within twelve mouths.
t5T"For Freight aud Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wildcr's Steamship (Jo's
C. L. WIGHT, Pros. S. U. ItOSC, Sou.
Copt. J. A. KINO, Port Sunt.
Will loavo Ilonolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahnina, Maalaea Day and M ikeua tho
same day; Mnluiltoiiii, ICawailme and Lau
pahoohoo tho following day, arriving at
Ililo tho same ovonlng.
LKAV.1S HONOLULU. ABB1VH.S IIOI-OLULD,
'Friday Oct. 30 Tuesday . . . .Oct. 26
Tuesday Nov 10 Friday Nov. 6
Friday Nov. 20 Tuesduy, . ..Nov. 17
'Tuesduy.. ..Leo. 1 Kutuulay...Nov. 28
Tttilrnlnrr will lntivn TTilr. of 1 n'tlniV-
r. St., touching at Laupahoehoe, Muhu
koua and Kawaihno sau.o day; Makenn,
Maalaea Hay nud Lahalna the following
day; urriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of lueaday and Fridays.
Will call ut Pohoiki, Puna.
SNo Fieight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Ilonolulu Tnesday nt flp, m.j
touching at Kiihului, Iinna, Ilunioa and
Kipahulu, Maui, heturuiug ai rives at
Honolulu Snudiiv morning.
Will call at Nuu, Kuupo, ou bttond trip
of eaoh nioutli.
fi3?"No Freight will bo recehed aflor
p. ii. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the light to
mako changes in tho timo of depnrtur6 nnd
anival of ts stcamois without nutico and
it ciUnot'be respoimiblo for any couse
quences aiiuiug thoiefroui.
Consignees must he ut the Landings to
receive their Fri-ight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has boon lauded.
Live Stock only at owuer's risk.
This Company will not bo lesponsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
PaBsengors are requested to purchase
tickets boforo embarking. Those tailing to
do so will be subject to on additiona
charge of twenty-live per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDFNOE OF MR8. A. LONG,
one mile from postofflco. Largo house with
furniture Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
sorvant Iiouboh, stnblcs, horso paddock-,
garden and trees, A charming location,
Apply to J AIiFKEI) MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next PobtofUcoi
. idltol; aHJblx.
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