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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: BONOLl LI . N V KM IJKK 7. l !.". BT . - v Is. - 4 5 X I M x t 5 A.M. Mi :; 8:10 I ad m A. 1 19 :i:54 5 J& - a i r.a. 6;10 5:53 14 - L P-H. 1:45 I K 2:43 t,. Hoooiaia Perl Ctty... " Iwt Will -- 4. Wtitow... " - z?i ill p.a. r.a. 1 39 S:47 7fl 4 39 2-:J t 1 3:11 VM f 5 "3 . a. 8:44 7:19 7:30 :i: MmQ a. a. LV. Wja. . . " Sw Mill. Perl City. At. liooolala.. 9:10 4e lfcSS On Sundays train will leave Waianae at 3:47 p.m. instead of 1 :.'J2 p.m. arriving in Honolulu at :2 p.m. Freight Trains will carry 'aasenirer ac commodations. O. P. DcKiftoH, F. C. Smith, dnpenntendent. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Art. THE iniurpifl n J. minus uiji :u Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company AT 31B MKK HAM STREET. ..U--rip; Ion Itaf'n: The Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Eight Pages. Per month $ Per j month if r 'J n advance 2 oc Per year r, advance - 8 o Per ve;ir. postpaid to United States of America, Canada or Mexico- n c: Per 1 year, postpaid other foreign 14 00 Hau.iivm Gazette. Semi-Weekly, Eight Pages, Tuesdays and Fridays: Per year, 104 numbers - J? c Per year, forrign countries " 0 -Payable Invariably In Advance. Advertisements un M om pan led by specific Hrstructions inserted till ordered out. Advert iments discontinued before ex piration of ;vcined period will be charged as if continued 'r full term. Liberal allowance on yearly and half jre-lv contracts. All persons desiring their advertisements discontinued must send a written order to that effect. Where cuts are Inserted thev must be ALL METAL, not mounted on wood, otherwise wa assume no risk of their preservation. GEO. H. PARIS, Business Manager. THI KSDAY. NOVKMI'.KK 7. 1111 inVERTISER I ALEXDAB. NoV'tlllMT, 1N1.. To. Th. Ft. SS. MOOS' FBAIM. mn moos Nov i. "IT it 34 JS 6 IS .1 7 - LmI Qu'r Xot 9. 12 19 26 14 21 io in i 7 Nw Moon N'V 16. 12 M rvi.llUR MAIL 8IKV J m 9team0hipfl will leave for and arrive from San Francieco, Vancouver an: 8ydnv on the following dates, till th. eloee of 1336. USATa HOHOLtTL' AI. a. .lOHOLCLr Fm. Bah Cia.icisco ob Vahcoctib On rr Abu: astraiia .Nov. 15 Mariposa.. .Nov. 21 M owers Nov. 24 Coptic Not. 28 Warriinoo. . . Dec. 2A C:tv PekmK..Dec. 28 OB Vakcocvbb On or About Warrimoo. .. Nov. 4 Coptic Nov. 8 Hon "wfti . . . .Nov. 1 Australir. . .Nov. 20 Warrimoo. . . .Dec. l' City Pekinp..Dec. 1K96. Miowera.. .. Jan. 1 Tile. Snu and Hood fi ri Sj ST ST X S a 31 a D 3 5 M Day. - m Bj ? -5 T " m . p.m. p.m. p.m Mod Tum .. Wrti Thar . Frld. Sat. ... Ban . 4 4.50 4 23 10. I 1. 466 5.23 7. 2 5 5.M 5. 8 10.35 1. 6 ti. 5 5 22 7 57 I 6 21 6. 8 11. IS 2.10 . 8.22 8.57 7! 7.13 7.29; 3.14 6. 5 21 10. 1 81 8. 3 9.16, 0.14 4. 8 6. 7 5 21 11. 4 tum. p.m. 'p.m. a.m , J .'.IS 10 43 4.50 1.38 . 7 5 20 . 10 10. IS 11. 4S ."..2 J.2'4 6. - 5.20 0. i LmI quarter of the moon on the 9tb, at lh 3.in p. m. H.tAoriiliirlml Krriinl rauMBs I J rn e ti'TE 1!X KKM M'RVET. KTERT MOM DAT. TMEHM.. 2 z 2 c 0 e 9 - mm- - z. - . Snn 27 on j - Tue. 21 Wed J0 Thu 41 Fri. 1 Sat. I I 2 2 J 9 70 2 .15 i .16 2 . 1 5 n 73 7 6'J :; 60 6 60 4 64' 3 nne 1 ,nn ME 4 mm 0-0 I nb s .29 9i T7 .OH:o.Oi 69 0- 30 00 TS 08.9 7H 1 I J9 9-J 75 3 C7 S3 .01 8J .in 12 n .oj r.v Wi 05 Barometer corrected for temperature and e!e Tation, bat not for latitude. For Yokohama and Hongkong, mmmmmxmXmMMmmimmmm Tli- Al St onrush I p "ASLOUN," 1.IMMI IONS. Is due on or about NOVEMBER 15, anJ will have immediate dispatch for above ports. For particulars of Freight and Passage apply to i THEO. H. DAYIES & CO., Limited, ACENTS. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. v K--n. in pom. KK HANTMES. fThl liat do not include coutert.) V H Dimood, Nilson.ian Francisco. Bktm- 8 i Wilder. McNeil. Francis o Am ihip B P Hitchcock Gates, Ban Fran, ship Marie HarkfeM. Walter-. Liverpool. tin Amy Turner, WWriand N- York. Bk Citv of Adelaide. Williamson, Newcs'le IJktn- B N Castle. Hul.bard. s 9 scbr Spokane, Jamiaaon, Port Gamble. Bark Don Adolfo. Lar-en. Newcastle. roKKIOK UNXM-l ITII'tUTIO. Vetkem Where from. Iue Br bk A. Sen Grove. .Liverpool Due (ier bk J C Pflur-r .. Bremen J-. fier vh H Hakfeld..N-w York Iu. B 0 Allen ft F Du- 088 Anstrali 1 . . f F . Nov I " c A H 8 MkweTa...Vanconver."."NoT2i ICapt. Paul Smith. Everythin ,v O S S City of Peking. China Dec 6wen4 well until the Coptic swim Bk Paul jaanbern... Liverpool Dec 3i OKPARTl KK", Wednesday. Nov :. ) v 0 8 H Coptic, Lindsay, for San Frari' i- . fitmr Mikabala. Haglund. for Kauai ports. atmr Kai:ai. Brown, for Makaweli. fASSENUKKv DEPABTCREh. For San PraneJfleo per O A o S S Coptic Nov; Francis M Hatch, Prof Kro-nnv Mr Nishimura, T Tawalo sen and fc Iwato. j l"fr Kauai, ner strnr MikRhiila. KovA i Mr- H lean ben; H S Pratt and wife. I Van 4'amp. C H Hi-hop, K J Imaninhi. Ah Lau, Lon Wiiij: Mrs s K Kaeo. M i-s Titeoinb. Mr- Bertlemann !aud servant. C Johnson Chow K-ii'. Ah Hon. Ma-ters Weird.'). A Lind-av . and -o on rleck. Diamoxii Head, Nv. 6, 10 p.m. Weather, clear ; wind, fresh X.E. The S. P. Hitchcock is looked to leave today. The .lames Makes will probably be in today. The steamer Kinau will sail on her regular route tomorrow. The Kauai and Mikaliala sailed for Kauai ports yesterday after noon. The City of Adelaide is still dis charging coal at the railroad wharf. The steamer Likolike is at the fishmarket wharf undergoing an overhauling. Tiie hark Serinca sailed from Newcastle, N. 8. W.. on October M for this port with 1635 tons of coal. I With Ka ilmarhiM I hala vesterdav afternoon, the last boat in the Inter-Island line in port, has pone. Th' immigrants brought by the O. fc O. S. S. Coptic were taken to flic , , ii f lit i r tfition 't orrl fi V The island schooners are doing good business. A great amount of lumber has been taken to other island ports recently. The barkentine W. H. Dimond i i i i -i . l . e naiiH'ii aioiiiir-iot iiir I't t aiiH 1 1 ii 1 1 and began discharging her cargo of general merchandise yesterdav morning. The steamship Mount Lebanon left Yokohama for this port No vember 5th. She is consigned to T. H. Davies A Co. ami will bring freight and immigrants. According to Lloyds register. nearly one-half of the losses of steam and bailing vessels omir : through being wrecked: that is. si landed Or lost through their own acts. The O. & O. S. S. Coptic was a little late insetting away yester- day morning. Many people were on the Mail wharf to bid farewell to Hon. F. M. Hatch. The hand played on the wharf tin to within fifteen minutes of the time of de- parture when the hoys went aboard the Eleu. The steam dredger discharaed . 1 0 o ahut one thousand vards 01 sand yesterday. The work just at pres ent is rather difficult sin-e the work i- through hard sand. Added v thi; is thc vk of pupin tr.routrh a very loner stretch of pipe me lonucst mat nas ever leen employed hy the dredger. The effect of "oil anon the waters" was verv heautifullv illus- trated in the harhor vestenlav. Some oil from the cases heinir put aboard the Amy Turner trickled into the water. Although the wind was Mowing and the water sur- I totf iMlitwr BM 09 cm'! 1 t ...4.1. 1 it 111 1 111- I Ulliru, I lit' IKILII MI the oil was marked by the smooth- 1 ness of a mill pond. ACCIDEN I ON I HE H .. The (irtic Knocks in Her Bow One Musician Faints. Shortly after 10 ;i. m. Wednes day the little tugboat Elea swung i be - & 1 . S. 8. topic around and headed her for the channel. This done she hauled in alongside her and the band stationed aboard struck 1 1 1 liv-l music in honor of Bon. P. M. Hatch who lft for the coast on the Coptic Among those aboard the Elen were Min ister King, Minister Cooper, Messrs. Koper,Potter, Oat,Rowell, C. A. Brown, -I. P. Brown, Jacob- si. . 11. . I I . ; 1 1 1 . w HIM ;illl around and headed toward Dia- mond Head. Th Elen was not expecting tin steamer t turn so hoou ami Captain Rice hal his wiieel hard port. There NNJls DO time t ;r,r out d" the waj and tin stern t' the j t i - struck tin stern t ih tug making 1 1 1 i t an impression. Everyone n the tug boat made a profound bow and one of the band boys went so far ;is to faint in honor of the sion. The tugboat concluded sin1 bad had enough for one day's ex perience and made for shore .-is fast as possible. In speaking f the matter Captain Rice s;iil laughingly, "1 think it w;is a cow ardly trick fd- such a big fellow to hit such a small one, and that too in a most prominent place tin Dose." The Bark Sumatra. A small party was invited by X a Mr. Fred Walker, the photographer, yesterday, to make a visit to the hark Sumatra, now being broken up at a position just off the old lish market, and in the close vicinity of where the steam dredger is now at work. The party was taken out in a life boat, which was purchased alone with the Sumatra. Men were hard at work packing the coal left aboard and sawing up various por tions of the vessel to be sold as fire wood. The material is very irood, and burned readily when a match was put to a small piece, contra dicting the idea that many people have of the extreme dilliculty of setting an old vessel afire. It is thought that three months will he required t tear the whole vessel to pieces. Mr. Walker has a novel way of getting his masts out. He intends to remove the decks and then allow these to fall into the water, afterwards towing them to their destination. The main and mizzen masts are new, and have been already sold. The fore is a made mast. The rudder of the Sumatra is a solid piece of mahogany-wood , which is verv valu able. It is tin night that the rudder of the Sumatra was broken while at some South American port and that ma in .l'.ui v. l)eimr the best wood there, was substituted. Fred Walker is being assisted by his brother John, who is quite an ex pert boatbuilder. Manchester's Ship Canal. The Manchester ship canal cost $75,000,000, which was three times tin amount of the original osti mates. It has cheapened freights, but in every other respect it has boon a failure. Its receipts do not pa v opotat me expenses and inter- ; ; ., - , est cnarges. it has to Im con- stantlv dredged. It is used by small roasting vessels, but not by the cotton ships or the grain fleet from America, which still find it for their advantage to stop at Liv oi j)ool. The stockholders are get ting nothing and the canal was only completed by the aid of the citv, which is put to a oeavv an- nual cnareT Exchange. on account of it. (IVm t. S. Journal pf Jinlieiiie.) Irof.W.n.Peeke.whorafiko!a ipeclaltyof Epilcp.-y, : without doubt treated and cum il more i s than any living Physician ; h 11 iiff (Ml 1 Mi ontlthhif We have heard ofeaaeaofMyeaxstandingcnred bybim. lie puh!:sihiavaluahlevorkon this diadaM which he end.- with a larire bottle of hi absolute cure, free t U y lfferer who may send their P.O. and Express ad . .j. We adi :e anrone wishinir a c;ire to addlCM, t'rof. W. II. PEEKE," F. P., 4 Cedar St., New York. NOTICE LIMITED. CHANGE IN SAILING. The Steamer "KINAU" will sail at 10 a. m., instead of at 2 p. m. as formerly. No freight received after S a. m. on day of sailing. The Steamer "CLAUDINE" will touch at Lahaina every trip in the future, up and down. mm STEAMSHIP COMPW. LIMITED. FITS m B H V MS Minp Co.. Ill-illl Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADI VN PACIFIC ! RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. 3. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and call ng it Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva vFiji), Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, via: : m smey ond Suva. Ier Kiciofio Ond te!13f. B. C: H s. W KBIMrH" S. 6. "MIOWERA". . Novell! b r 4 Uei embe : 2 From ficiofio ens fern B.G.. lor SUY0 BBd MM : 8. s. MW ( rrimo 8. -j. MIUWEUa '. . . . N vember 24 . . . . le'ember 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Sta-es and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general information apply to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., i . I N ERA L AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. rrt For San Francisco: The New and Fine Ai Steel Steamship "MONOWAI" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will De due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck land on or about NOVEMBER Uth, And will leave for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that date. For Sydney and Auckland: The New and Fine Ai Steel Steamship "MARIPOSA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco on or about NOVEMBER 21st, And will have prompt dispatch with Mails and Passengers for the above ports. The Undersigned Are Now Prepared to ls'ue Through Tickets to All Points IN THE UNITED STATES. For further particulars regarding Freight ' Passage apply to I General Agents. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. TIME TABLE. LOCAL LINE. S.S. AUSTRALIA Arrve Honolulu from S. F. September 30 October 2 1 November 15 Leave Honolulu for S. F. October 2 October 2G November 20 THROUGH LINE From S. F. for From Sydney for Sydney. S. F. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. Monowai, Sept. 26 Mariposa, Oct. 17 Alameda, Oct. 24 Monowai, Nov. 14 CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S Boston Line of Packets SHIPPERS will Please Take Notice that the Bark HOLLiSWOOD Will Leave New York for this port on or about SEPTEMBER joth. For further information apply to Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby street, Boston, Mass., or to C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Honolulu, Agents. 1 11 eie MS 1. fi. II I CO.. Indurine A Cold Water Paint Especially Designed for Inside Work on Facto'ies and Public Buildings ft Is a d"v powder which can be pre pared for use by simply stirrin? in COLD WATER, and can be applied by any one and will always produce good work. It is VERY WHITE, extremely reflec tive and hardens on a wall like stone and wiil take any tint. It will last for years and Is unaffected by gases. One coat covers better than two coats of oil paint or whitewash. It can be used on any surface and for all classes of work, even for the finest decorating. Outside Indurine. This Is for Outside Work, Such as Fences, Outbuildings and Lahor e's' Quarters. It is a thick paste to be diluted with cold water; stands rain and exposure, as well as oil paint, and costs bat a fraction as much. oniii L'Mim Adapted for Dwellings, Offices and Public Dwellings, or any other place where KALSOMINE is used. It will not rub, discolor or scale off. LUCOL. A new Paint Oil. It comes raw and boiled: is superior to linseed, and covers with one-third less lead and pigment to the gallon. P. and B. Compounds and Papers. FOR SALE BY l. G. lii I d Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. JOHN N0TT, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN STOVES AND FIXTURES. Housekeeping Goods, AND KITCHEN UTENSILS, Agate Ware, Rubber Hose, PUMPS, ETC. PLUMBING, H SMI MM ML DlflOND BLOCK KING STREET. New Goods, New Goods : at GOO KIM'S, 411 N uuanu Street, Importer and Dealer in EUROPEAN AND CHINESE Dry and Fancy Goods. By the latest vessel we received a Full Line of Gents' White and Brown Pan.ima Hats and a Full Line Lawns, Ginghams, and Trimmed and Untrimmed Ladies' Hats in Latest Patterns, etc., and a Full Line of Best Black and Green Chinese Tea in pounds or boxes. Call on us for your fine S :!tin?S. We fiiamntee ,t fit Pri.- moderate, GOO K I . Proprietor. I1MX NTIHQu 1 am U h llr3 " """aJ a ond li to AT GAZETTE OFFICE. Awarded riighest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal .Midwinter Fair. Is - CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream o' Tartar Powder. Free roin Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. In all the great Hotels, the leading wlubaand the homes. Dr. Price's Crear 3aking Powder holds its supremacy 40 Years the Standard. LEWIS & CO., ii-!it... Honolulu, H. E. j.-. - UKJV k TT. - m .Hi OF INTEREST TO MANAGERS OF PLANTATIONS. A Model Plant is not complete without Electric Power, thus dispensing wit small engines. Why nvt generate your power from on CENTRAL Station ? One generator can furnish power to your Pumps, Centri fugals, Elevators. Plows, Railways and Hoists; also furnish light and power for a radius of from is to 20 miles. Electric Power being used saves th labor of hauling coal in your field, also water, and ds away with high-priced engineers, and only have one engine to look after Ml your mill. Where water power is available it costs nothing to generate Electric Power. The Hawaiian Electric company is now ready to furnish Electric Plants and Generators of all descriptions at short notice, and also has on hand a large stock of Wire, Chandeliers and all Elec trical Goods. All orders will be given prompt atten tion, and estimates furnished for Lighting and Power Phnts: also attention is given to House and Marine Wiring. THEO. HOFFMANN, Manager. G. WEST, fin Importer and Dealer la Carriage Materials Of Every Description. Including: OAK, ASH, HICKORY AND WHITE-WOOD LUMBER, Spokes, all sizes; Savern Wheels, Wood Hub Wheels, Sawed Felloes, Bent Rims from 1 to i inches. Dump-Cart Shafts, Wagon Poles, Double Trees, Single Trees, Wagon and Cart Hubs, all sJms, And a Full Assortment of Trimmers' Materials, Carriage Hardware. Norway Iron, and Steel Tires. Having a long experience In the car riage business 1 am prepared to supply carnage builders, plantations, etc., with first-class materials, personally selected, a the very lowest cash prices. All Island orders will receiv prompt attention. MASONIC BLOCK, Corner Alaken and Hotel Street. Telephone N. 3 5. Sugar! Sugar! Sugar! If Sugar is what you want use FERTI LIZER. The Hawaiian Fertilizing Company has just received per "Helen Brewer ' 50 Tons Soft Phosphate Florida, 150 Tons Double Superphosphate, 300 Tons Natural Plant Food, 25 Tons Common Superphosphate Also per M Martha Davis" and other vessels, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate of Ammonia, Sulphate of Potash, Muriate of Potash & Kaimt High -Grade Manures T m 1 o any analysis always 00 nana or made to order. :z: - - j r mm A. F. COOKE, Agent.