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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 9, 1888.
33ji Hutljoritn. Foreign Office Notice. Foreign Office, I1olulu, Nov. 8, 1833. J This day had audience of His Majesty the King: Major Janie3 Hay Wodehouse, Her and Uritannic Majesty's Commissioner Consul-General; Ilear-Admiral Algernon C. F. Heneage, II. . ; Captain James Lacon Hammet, H. N., of H. B. M.'s Flagship 44 Swiftsure;" . Flag Lieutenant Thomas U. Thy'nne, R. N. " Thomas Rain Walker, Esq., British Vice Consul. To which audience Major Wodehouse was introduced by His Excellency Hon. Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Rear-Admiral Heneage was introduced by Major Wodehouse. Captain Hammet and Flag Lieutenant Thynne of H. B. M.'s Flagship "Swift sure" were introduced by Admiral Hen eage Mr. Thomas Rain Walker, British V ice Consul, was introduced by Major Wode house. His Majesty was attended by His Royal Highness Print- Kawananakoa, Hon. Ari.ihni.l s Clhnrn. His Excellencv Hon. Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign AtTairs; J.W.Robertson, Esq., His Ma jesty's Vice and Acting Chamberlain, Major Jno. Domlnis Holt and Major H. F. Bertelmann. 143- 114 Mt Sealed Tenders Will be received at the Interior Office until FRIDAY, November 9, 1888, at 12 o'clock noon, for the construction of an addition to the Reservoirs at the Half-way House, Nuuanu Valley. Plans and specifications can be seen and all required information obtained upon ap plication to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Works. The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. LORRIN A. THURSTON, Minister of Interior, Interior Office, Nov. 1, 18S3. 137-td Kelating to Tuition Fees.' Agreeably with the provisions of law on the subject, tuition fees at the rates hereto for charged in all grades of Fort-street School in this city, will be continued, but pupils attending the HIGH SCHOOL COURSE will be charged at the higher rate of one dollar per week, trom ana atter the 1st of January, 1880. All other Gov ernment schools are free. By order of the Board of Education. W. JAS. SMITH, Secretary. Education Office, Nov. 7, 1888. 142 3 1 Notice to Government School Teachers. The attention of all Government school teachers is hereby called to a recently pub lished order of the Board of Education, requiring tbeir attendance at their respec tive schools, daily, at least fifteen minutes before 9 o'clock a. m., the regular hour for opening, and to a PROPER OBSERV ANCE THEREOF, BY ALL, as therein directed. . By order of the Board of Education. W. JAS. SMITH, Secretary, Education Office, Nov. 7, 1833. 142 1214-3t Sealed Tenders Will be received at the Interior Office until Tuesday, November 13, 1883, at 12 o'clock noon, for the construction of an intersect ing Ditch on the slope of Punchbowl Hill. Plans and specifications can be seen and all required information obtained upon ap plication to the office of the Superintendent of Public Works. The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. L. A. THURSTON, Minister of Interior. interior vuice, iov. o, iooa. no i-it i Sealed Tenders. Office or the Board of Health,) Honolulu, Nov. 6, 18SS. f Sealed Tender will be received at the office of the Board of Health until WED NESDAY, November 14, 1S88, at 12 o'clock noon, for the erection of a Residence for the Superintendent at the Leper Settle ment on Molokai. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the Board. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. W. G. ASHLEY, 141-7t Secretary. Notice of Appointment of Fire Marshal. In accordance with the power Tested in I 1 1 T V xi 1 ine oy uw 1 nave tuia uay appouueu i JOHN CORBET WHITE to be Fire Mar shal of the Fire Department of Honolulu. CHAS. B. WILSON, Chief Engineer Honolulu Fire Dept. Approved: L. A. Thurston, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1SS3. 1291 w 1243-2t Notice Concerning the Storage of Oil, and the Fire and Building: Lawg. Notice is hereby called to the following laws, viz.: Section 1 of Chapter 89 of the I Penal Code as amended by Chapter 21 of the laws of 1880 which reads as follows: Section 1. No person shall receive, keep or store or cause to be received, kept or stored, or aid or assist any person in re ceiving, keeping or storing, or have at any one time on any premises owned, leased or occupied by' him, except the storehouse provided therefor by the Government, more than one case of naphtha and one case of benzole, nor more than ten cases of rtfltrnlenni. kerosene oil. or anv oil of which I x f . - - rf - - i i iii rnmnnncnL narcis neiro euin. nsniitha i ' . .. I - 1 ' i n onl.Uo nt 4-ti r-nantirt a I J or spirits of turpentine. And also to Sections 3 and 8 of aid I Chapter of the Penal Covle which read as follows: Section 3. Any person keeping, storing or having benzole, petroleum, kerosene oil, or any oils, of which the component part is petroleum, naphtha or spirits of tur pentine, in any one place except the store house provided by the Government there for, in the quantities as provided in this Chapter, shall keep the same in air-tight vessels, which vessel or vessels shall be marked with the words benzole, petroleum, kerosene oil, or the name of the oil or oils of which the component part is petroleum, naphtha or spirits of turpentine, in p'ain Roman letters, and shall be kept at all times conspicuously in view near the en trance of the premises where kept, and convenient for removal therefrom." "Section 8. Any person or persons vio lating any of the provisions of this Chapter shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction before a police magis trate or sny district justice, shall be pun ished by a fine not less than fifty dol lars nor more than five hundred dol lars, or by imprisonment at hard labor not more than three months, or by both fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the Court." And also to Section 1 of Chapter 10 of the laws of 18SG reading as follows: "No person shall, within the city ot Honolulu erect, place or move any build ing without permission in writing from the Superintendent of Public Works." And also to Sections 2 and 3 of Chapter 2 of the laws of 188G which read as follows: "Section 2. Every building or structure except water closet or privies, hereafter built within the fire limits of Honolulu, shall have the external walls thereof con- structed of brick, stone, concrete, iron or other approved fire-proof material, pro vided, that if of iron, the frame-work shall also be of iron, and that rafters and roof timbers, if covered with approved fire proof material, may be of wood. The in terior of lire-proof buildings shall be ceiled with fire-proof material or lathed and plas tered. ." "Section 3. No wooden building or structure now erected within the fire-limits of Honolulu shall be altered, repaired or changed without permission in writing, signed by the Minister of the Interior, L. A. THURSTON, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, Nov. 7, 1888. 142-3t THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Be just and fear not: Let all the ends thou aim'st at be Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1888. The column or so of print in which a RnlWin fnrrPsnnn.lAnf witii a T.om naanlAn irrn nrAhicond 4-- i ita thA h a vrAn uumu, viyjay W twC Urtlgco against the present Government and its supporters, in definite and specific form, was as destitute of substance as an ex- puutu DUarUuwui0. oicvxio uui an apparently frank admission of " the fairness of the reouest to snecifv the I charges made against the Government' and adds, "I shall endeavor to state in a condensed form what are the leading I charges at the present time." Having made this promising beginning, he goes straight on, and never, to the end of his letter, gives so much as one single fact or figure to iustifv his creneral conclusions, Anyway, he ought, if only for the repu - i tation of the journal for which he writes, to have made a better showing. A Ministry, a portion of whom are compar atively new in public life, can hardly come into power as the result of a revo lution, and hold office for sixteen months under exceptionally trying circura stances, going in the meantime through two legislative sessions, without afford ing some fair ground for criticism, and making some mistakes which could be definitely stated in black and white. But Hifa ioa duiu - J v j aik ill" i icpuuaiito iu luci-a, tsven bucii j s miiii, uc uiiiuu iu icu m ineir own i irusi, emoracing European anu Amen favor. Thev seem to be incanahlft of can works. " There is no trust in steel lilincr in anvtliin hnf ronarai;tAa mo looser Kinu. more complete, ana even pitiable collapse, could hardly be imagined. One feels in doubt whether I . to attribute it to entire mental vacuity, and ignorance of the subject upon which he has undertaken to instruct the public, or to a fatuous faith in the inability of the aildifnrf for wlinm h writoa tr 1ia tincilish hptwppn JiaaArtinn an? ovMonoa I v . or between personal opinions and proof. i THE BRITISH P0ST0FF1CE. There can be no doubt that the postal system is the most complet il m any in existence, ana gradually ioreiim nations are adopting its improvements, which are all in the line of cheap service for the people, whether it be for letters. papers, parcels, or telegrams, or savings all are being steadily reduced to the lowest cost that the service can be done for. The British postoffice report for the year ending March 31, 1SSS, has been published, and without referring now to the enormous work in the letter and newspaper service, we quote from an ex change a brief statement of what is being done in the parcel post, Savings I , , . , c, j uu leitrapii urunLJieo. come two years ago, tne cost of ten-wora telegraph messages was reduced from 24 to 12 cents each, and it was predicted that it wouiu prove a iaiture. nui so great nas been the increase of business consequent on the reduction, that the Postmaster General reports it has paid expenses . . i I ' I i v Lnu t t ill a kxk Lri iiik t:i ili i yrv. i i rri i . i i . i iuu employ men. oi me parcels pose il 1 . . i . I (ha voi-. hoa ;nnM,o I cent, and over thirtv-six million wank-1 ages have been sent. The extension of the foreign parcels post is to be credited with part of this increase. Game and flowers are now largely sent by parcel post. Over 12,000 parcels containing no less than upward of 45,000 grouse were last autumn sent to London, while a con siderable number of vegetables were sent in parcels last March from Algiers. Some firms use the parcel post verv largely. Two London firms are reported to have each posted at one time no fewer than 70.000 parcels, and another 5.000. In creased facilities have been given to the sending of watches and jewelry by regis tered letter post. Parcels containing these things are not now insured when sent by the parcel post, and compensa tion is not paid for their loss or damage. This, again, testifies to the confidence with which the public regard the Post- omce. Savings bank business was greatly in creased, there being 350,000 more de posits than the previous year, and the monev increase beinjr over four million dollars, and the total amount eighty mil lions. At the end of the year the amount on deposit had 'increased by fifteen mil lions. These figures indicate confidence, and an increase in thrift and prosperity among the poorer classes. There was an increase of over three million telegraph messages, and the total is now over fifty-three millions, and the receipts have paid all expenses and left a balance for interest in investment. There are now 6,810 postal telegraph stations, and the wires are rapidly going under ground. THE CKUISEB VESUVIUS. Dynamite Guns Fifty-four Feet L.ongr and Seven-foot Shells. The Vesuvius was launched at Cramp's shipyard April 28th, and is intended to demonstrate the practicability of using Captain Zalinski's dynamite gun afloat in naval warfare. She is a small, mast- less vessel of 725 tons displacement, long and arrow-like, drawing only 9 feet oi water, and with powerful twin screw triple-expansion engines designed to trive a speed of 20 knots. Her length is 252 feet, and breadth 20 feet. A small cen tral superstructure and thinly-armored conning tower are built upon the upper- deck, which is o feet above the water line. The after part of the ship is devoted to the Quarters for the cantain and officers. :,i.n . f t, uiu ujiuuic cuiujiiii iiiiuino iu i iic ciiiitca and boilers and the forward compart ments to the crew and the three 15-inch dynamite guns, which are built into the ship at a fixed elevation of 18 degrees, projecting above the upper deck near the bow and extending down nearly to the keel. The angle of elevation has been recently increased from 10 degrees to 18 degrees to diminish the chances of ricochet, and thus insure the torpedo action of the shell. The guns are side by side and must be pointed by the helm, the steam steering gear and twin screws contributing quick turning power. The guns are smooth bores, fifty-four feet long, and made in sections of thin cast iron. It is as yet thought best not to rifle these guns, as it would cause additional strain upon the gun projectile and increase, by friction, the heat and consequent aanger. 1 I r Lror- f hfi atifkll cfAnflf i n ita tlifhf I r o fhere jg tu5e w g ,ral van(J8 tached, which act much on the principle of the feather of an arrow. The shell is je otthin drawn brass tubing, ana is ionL, exclusive of the tail tube. The operation of loading is very simple. Compressed air is the firmer medium. A OL.urap rese,vulf Ll'f ulMll sqUare inch. From the storage reservoir the air is admitted to the firmer reservoir near the breech of the gun. A valve admits the air from the firing reservoir to the gun barrel in the rear of the shell and starts the latter on its journey. The man at the firing lever controls the valve, so that it maybe opened to any , . . -l. .i extent ne may aesire, tiius regulating the amount of air that is to be admitted to the gun barrel. The greater the amount admitted the greater will be the range of the projectile. Experiments will readily determine the size of the opening for any desired range, thus bringing the gun under the complete control of the operator. . The Iron Protectionist on Trusts. Andrew Carnegie, interviewed in New York, said there was no possibility of maintaining trusts. They are bound to go to pieces sooner or later. The chief trusts are in Europe and are maintained by tree traders, lie denied the report a a. c x V nr., i i ulasgow for an international steel rail rails." he said. "We can no more com- the country is more disastrously rom- . w peted for than the steel-rail trade. The assertion that the manufacturers of steel rails in this country made unusual profits was groundless." Uarnegie said m rela tion to politics that Harrison's election would create confidence and Cleveland's distrust. I Tl,o r,T.n.15T. C.aJ.l rp, t - u n j. i A i . sig,d ' "J.h .he nadhS racinc company ior an annual subsidy of $225,000, to be paid in consideration o'f a monthly steamship service between tual subsidy is $300,000 a vear. or $25,000 for the round trip. It has advertised for three new fast steamers to take the nlarp oi me oia unaraers wnicn are now on f i ii the berth. SMrfrfemrnts. Annual ITeetiiiff. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Union IVed Co. will be held at th rvim. pany'a office, Queen street, THIS DAY. TrioY Nov. 9, at 12:30 o'clock p m. U3 It S. F. GRAHAM, Secretary Cllclfflb61 Of COllllUGrCG. Special Meeting A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CTTAMT?pt? rnm ttttv mnnvrt-,. 4 - i OI UOfUIUOrce WHI 06 Iieia in hlrDnnm I . y, i.. i . . . am, All members are desired to be present. "A3 jiu.u.iu, AU o cioct mmhArl ftr desired to h( TirpfiTlt ninin vnr. r is ' v.7i ti. , Vancouver, Yokohama, Shanghai and Wi" be Bhortly extensively altered, wherebv British Hongkong. Besides this sublidv thft J- e of company gets $75,000 a year from the PiiedwheVei; I Por,n,i; i o I nit-h . : . ai ine market. i uaiiauiau kakj ci u uicn t. OU max US ac I wjiui icas anaUuffee. Su-w'isv Vt J rROYAL?25'o1Sj) p Absolutely Pure. For quick raising, the Royal Baking Powder is superior to all other leavening agents. It is ab solutely pure and wholesome and of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform in strength and quality and never fails to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food. Bread, biscuits, muffins, cake, etc., raised with Royal Baking Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most delicate digestive organs. It will keep in any climate without deterioration. Prof. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powders of the codlhtry, reported: "The Rov:il Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found itin many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Da. HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D" 5 1221-ly U. S. Government Chemist. WANTED. turnished cottage of three or four rooms centrally located. Apply at this of- I nce- 138-lw TO LET. VT NO 7 CHAPLAIN STREET, ONE LARGE furnished front room; also, a small suite of rooms suitable for a small family. 132-lm NOTICE, O N AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1888. CHU GEM Is alone authorized to sian the firm name. H-lm QCONQ SAM KEE & CO. USTOTICJE. DURING THE TEMPORARY ABSENCE OF our Mr. Wm. G. Irwin from th Ki Mr. W. M. Giffard will act for our firm under power of altorni y. WM. G. IRWIN & CO. Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1888. 128-3w DURING THE TEMPORARY ABSENCE OF our Mr. W. G. Irwin from this Rinlom Mr. Frank P. Hastings will act for our Iknt in all matters of business. CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO. Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1888. l-!8-3w NOTICE. A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WAI ugar Co.. the following officers un Jr. kapu Sugar Co. elected: W. H. Cornwell. . President H. It. Macfarlane Vice-President F. W. MacfaTlane Auditor Wm M.Graham..; Secretary WM. M. GRAHAM, Q Secretary. K. WEIR, Y170ULD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY HIS TT 'rlends and the public eenerallr that v, has purchased the Blacksmith and Carriage Shop font-erly conducted by A. Morean at Nor. 79 ar,rt 81 King street, where he is now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimmimr Carriage and Heavy Wagon Work and General Blacksmithing with promptness and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf Notice to Creditors. l-HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN DULY I appointed and Qualified as Anminictt. lit . , "..ACVAD with the Will annexed of the Mtn.t nr am,,ui Gardner Wilder, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby notify all persons having claims asainst said deceased to present the same, dulv authen ticated, with the proper vouchers if an ia even if secured by mortgage, to Wm. F. Allen Lsq at the bank of Bishop & Co.. Honolulu within six mouths from this dat or from this date or they will be forever barred. A. t. JUDD, W. F. ALLEN, Administrators with the Will annexed of the Estate.of S. G. Wilder, deceased Honolulu, Oct. 11. 1S88. 1240-5t 120-lm NOTICE, T -HIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT ttiv tt and commodious Dining Rooms ofthe COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT 3T Terms, !3 per week. 138"2w JUX KEE. Proprietor. Tax Collector's Notice! TAX PAYERS OF THE DISTRICT OF WAT that their annual taxes for the current yea? e now due and payable to the undersigned at hi office, corner of Main and High BtVJiu i , 5 Wailuku, between the hours of S rJ ' 1 of m.. except as hereinbelow stated, 1 he receive taxes at the followi T." . w?n Spreckel8ville, Nov rtlle. Nov. Kahu ui, Nov T2. wif 19; Waikapu, Nov 22; HulvUa, Nov! hee, Nov 20. T" ?i2?fi? oTwuku. House To Let! THE HOUSE AND PREMISES T ATirr v I occupied by wsftSPSitSSJ I Union street and a!1;!1 ?n I house contains rarlor Iie wo dressingrooms, hallway dinin ' I and kitchen There is ItoTiolZ'f ll nunnt.. r. Cottsce in h house and s. rvants' room. The nhxWJ !o r"i?e ni. rooms: stii.i. , f ect order, Possession given at nn. ml . I iter a i m Apply to 137-ff J. M. MONSARRAT, No. 27 Merchant street i&DMrliscmfMs. Annual Meeting Waihee Sugar Co. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TnE WAIHEE tsugar Co. will bo held on MONDAY, Novem ber 12. 1883, at the office of C. Brewer & Co., Queen street, Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a. m. 13otd J. O. CARTER, Secretary. Corporation Notice. A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co. will be held at the office of W. O. Smith, on THURSDAY, November 15, 1888, at 2 p. m to consider the question of making a change la the amount of Capital Stock of the Company, and such other business as may be presented. By order of the Directors. W. O. SMITH, Secretary. Honolulu. Nov. 7, 1888. 142-lw Boat For Sale. THE BOAT SAVED FROM the wreck of the "Dunnotar 3K"gi to the King, has been re fitted, coppered and decked over by Mr. Rolland, and is for sale cheap for cash by 92-tf E. R. RYAN, Boat Builder. DUESSMAKINGr. RS. M. B. CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED the business of Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting, at her residence, No. 73 Beretania street, opposite the Hotel. The patronage of the ladles is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. 88-tf 1243-ly For Kent or For Sale, PLEASANT COTTAGE Iu JPerfect Order. ill A few minutes' walk from the Post Office. Apply to l&Stf HUGO 8TANGENWALD. M.D DAVIS & WILDER, 52 FORT STREET. IMPOETEES Sugar Cooler Grocers & Provision Donlers. 12TFRESH GOODS BY EVERY 183 y STEAMER.TSJ LEWIS & CO.; FORT STREET, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. 43Tlce House Goods a Special ty.TSl 181-tf TO PLANTERS! H AVING RECENTLY IMPROVED and strengthened out construction of 2-Roller Mills, aa also the slat feeding mechan ism for same with very satisfactory results, we are now prepared to contract for that class of machinery at short notice. We have patterns on hand for 40x66in.. 36x66in., 32x6'?in., 30x60in., 3ox54in.. 26x54in. sizes of rollers, steel shafting and steel gearing throughout with any desired type of engine, or they can be driven from engine in use on 3-Roll Mill, by compounding me game, thereby economizing steam. Results under equal conditions guaranteed unsur passed by any other construction or system of JEEDINO. J. N. S. WILLIAMS. Agent RiBdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 13C 1243-tf San Francii co. To I3 la Titers ! Just Received ex "J. C. PFLUGER," IPDXf XTV consign- ment of KROOG'S Patent Eilterpresses ' with Appliances for extracting the Sugar from the dry cake by means of water. SIZES OF PRESSES: 30 Chambers and 42 Chambers. These Presses have been in use at the onlin T1n:. J . i Kealia Plantation duriner the naat I -r -r t -n TcA(T season, during which all the diffusion JarK V. XI. Vill juice was run through them with the most satislactory results. pTor sale at lowest prices by J. N. S. WILLIAMS. 130 1243.1m S. FOSTER & CO., WHOLESALE GR0CEKS AJTD I Purchasing Agents. . ffix (Jovau Sole Agents for Simpson's Top-o-Can Brand Diamond Creamery BUTTER. THHIS CELEBRATED RTTTtrti ts n u thfi4ne8t 9Uallty ade Upon the chalons-s' Sa18h and American systems combined, of BenJ. and Eng. Perrier CK . Packed in hArrrw.tiVnll oa ,nA Of Joseph PerrierFils & to. a V "" VT 'i! f ?luo ttUU Of Veuve Amiot, uiai0-. " w "cc m "ot Climates. I or Sale o a A XT TT itrnrnn I cTRKtJLS i rtLAni M II PIT I .ttv TJlTHtJi 3 "Kttsett,,, OPERA (( From Gilbert and ..! "metic o Will be presented In Aid of St. Ami. ! w ue preceded by Off Operetta uKt,Coa:a? Tlie Blind Be J By Officers of u n ,. . "U.S. Cot '"corn: Doors open at obtai Co in. ou Friday. Ex Bark fl. Hackfi 0M LIVERP00L( j IRON FILTEWSS Selwig & Langes pateJ 18 to 30 Chambe rs, uio provea a great Hanamaulu. Kekaha w.f!.8uCr5s E proved Lanpahoehoe, etc., and wWchT with the latest improvement aU0, pMJ SPARE PARTS OF ABOVE Prj and " t i an FILTER CLOTH FOR THE SAilE;! j (round corners) Iron Tanks, 3 sizes; Baxter Engines, ueane's hteam Pi Steel Bails &Fixtnl Portable Track, Sleepers & Swiu-b Corrugated Iron, all lengths; Fire Bricks, Slates, Fire Clay, Asbestos, White Bros Portland Cein Germania P. Cement. Keg Shooks, Rivets, I Sugar and Coal Bags, Coal Baskets, Twine, Stockholm arid Coal Tar, Etc.! For Sale at Lowest Rates bj ( H. HAOKFELD & ( 13G-lra For HongkoDg v YokohaJ The Nippon Yusen Kaisha's Al Steamship Takasago Mam BROWN, COMMANDEE, Will be due here from Yokohama onoril the 13th of November, and willleavfo above ports, positively, on NOVEMBER 17, 18S Chinese passengers for Hongkong i transferred at Yokohama by first steamer it ng that port. t3T For Freight or rasge,tTiE'i lor accommodations, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co, 127- tf AGZ i i Just Arrived. Two of those well-known 123 For Sale by a ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER CO. f King and Btinti From Liverpo oi, A Fresh Sapply of GUINNESS' STOCIj Bottled by M. B. Foster t -SOT' pera. j .T-T.,. I Tickets (Si ,TU at S nvi-. J ned at th ."".d 5c fV'h Mraaw Fimil 20 and 28 California St, Jg HoflSClllae V i BETHEL FRANCISCO, 168 1206-ly AND 150 1203-tr