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I THE TACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 11, 1896. The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. Subscription Rates. The Daily Pacific Commercial Adver tiser, Eight Pages. Per month $ Fr 9 months if naid in advance. 2 CO Ppr vpar. in advance 8 00 - Per year, postpaid to the Lnited States of America, Canada or Mexico 11 00 Per 1 year, postpaid other foreign. 14 00 Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly, Eight Pases, Tuesdays and Fridays. Per year, 104 numbers $5 00 er year, foreign countries 6 00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertisements, unaccompanied by Bp- cific instructions, inserted till or dered out. Advertisements discontinued before Expiration of specified period will be .narged as if continued for a full term. Liberal allowance on yearly and half yearly contracts. All persons desiring their advertise ments discontinued must send a written order to that effect. Where cuts are inserted they must 5e ALL METAL, not mounted on wood. otherwise we assume no risk of their preservation. C. G. BALLENTYNE. Business Manager. M -osteite TRAINS c 3 CO m si SO m jj . CO S3 08 id -a si a 5 '5 2 H -jo S A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu. .6:40 9:15 1:46 1:46 6:10 Leave Pearl City. .7:40 9:58 2:28 2:28 5:53 Leave Ewa Mill.. 8:10 10:19 2:49 Z: 6U4 Arrive Waianae 10:54 .... 3:24 6:49 S a, CQ CQ e3 . & x 3 S V SS7 t-4 CO a ! D Mm 25 m 3 -V L. W k W mwmt 5 A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M P.M Leave Waianae. .6:44 '1:32 4:16 Leave Ewa Mill.. 7:19 Leave Pearl City.. 7:50 9:10 2:07 3:51 4:51 9:48 52:38 4:22 5:22 Arrive Honolulu.. 8:23?10:30 3:ll 4:55 5:55 Freight trains will carry Passenger accommodations. O. P. DENISON. F. C. SMITH. Superintendent. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE. Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco on the following dates, till the close of 1896: Arrive at Honolulu from S. Francisco or Vancouver. 196. On or About Miowera ...May 12 Doric May 19 Australia ...May 29 Monowai ..June 4 Leave Honolulu tor San Francisco or Vancouver: 1896. On or About Warrimoo . .May 16 Alameda . . .May 28 Coptic June 2 Australia ..June 3 Warrimoo .June 7 Miowera ...June 15 Peru June 18; Mariposa . .June 25 Australia . .June 22 Peking June 28 Alameda ...July 2 Australia ..June 29 Miowera ...July 8 Warrimoo ..July 16 Gaelic July 9 Australia ..July 20 Australia . .July 17 Monowai . . .July 23 Mariposa . . .July 30 Belgic July 24 Warrimoo ..Aug. 7 Australia ..Aug. 15 China Aug. 8 Miowera . . .Aug. 16 Australia ..Aug. 10 Rio Janeiro. Aug. 19 Monowai .. .Aug. 27 Alameda .. .Aug. 20 Coptic Sept. 2 Australia . .Sept. 9 Australia ..Sept. 4 Doric Sept. 15 Miowera ...Sept. Warrimoo .Sept. 15 Alameda . . .Sept. 24 Mariposa . . Sept. 17 Peking Sept. 24 Australia ...Oct 3 Australia . .Sept. 28 Peru Oct. 12 Warrimoo ..Oct. 8 Monowai ...Oct. 15 Mariposa .. .Oct. 22; Miowera . . .Oct. 16 Belgic Oct. 24 Australia ...Oct. 28 Australia ... Oct. 26 Gaelic Nov. Miowera ...Nov. 7j Alameda ...Nov. 12 Australia . .Nov. 16' Warrimoo ..Nov. 14 Monowai . ..Nov. 19; Australia ..Nov. 2 Rio Janeiro.Nov. 19 China Dec. Warrimoo . .Dec. 8 Mariposa .. .Dec. 10 Australia . .Dec. 11 Australia . ..Dec. 16 Doric Dec. 18 Miowera ...Dec. 16 Alameda . . . Dec. 17 Coptic Dec. 28 1897. Miowera Jan. 7 VESSELS IN PORT. NAVAL. U S S Adams, Watson, San Francisco MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not include coasters.) Am. bark Amelia, Ward, S. F. Stmr Morning Star, Garland, Ruk. Bk Fortuna, Mikkelsen, Newcastle. Bk Melrose, Peterson, Newcastle. Ship Dirigo, Goodwin, San Francisco. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Nanaimo. Gr ship H. F. Glade, Haestoop, Liv'pooL Am. bark Martha Davis. Soule. S. P. American ship J. B. Thomas, Lermond, Norfolk, Va. Br. bk. Doon, Boyd, Liverpool. Br. Ship Corolla, Fraser, Newcastle. Am. bark Alden Besse. Potter. S. F. Am. schr. Robert Lewers, Goodman, S F Am. bktne. Klikitat, Cutler, P. T. Am. bk. Pactolus, Watts, Portland, Ore. Am. bktne Jane L. Stanford, Johnson, Newcastle, N. S. W. Am. bk. Mohican, Saunders, S. F. Am. schr. yacht Coronet, Arthur Curtiss James, San Francisco. The Iwalani will not get away on her usual Hawaii route to morrow on account of necessary cleaning of her boilers. SHIFTING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessels from Due. Haw. bk Mauna Ala, Melbourne. .Due O. R. & S. N. stmr Chittagong. Yo kohama May 22 Bk. Sea King, Newcastle Apr. 28 Uk. Fresno, Port Gamble May 1 3chr. Aloha, S. F May 5 Schr. Berti e Minor, Eureka May 9 Ship John McDonald, S. F May 12. Bk Sonoma, Newcastle May 19 Bk Jessie Osborn-, Newcastle. .May 20 ARRIVALS. Saturday, May 9. Stmr Lehua, Nye, from Hawaii ports. Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, from Ha waii ports. Sunday, May 10. Stmr Claudine, Cameron, from Maui ports. Stmr. Mikahala, Haglund, from Kauai ports. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, from Kauai. Stmr Mokolii, Hilo, from Lahaina, Molokai and Lanai. Smr Kaala, Thompson, from Oahu ports. Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Thompson, from Kalaupapa, Molokai. Stmr J. A. Cummins, Neilsen, from Oahu ports. Am. schr. yacht Coronet, Arthur Cur- tiss James, from San Francisco. DEPARTURES. Saturday, May 9. O. S. S. Australia, Houdlette, for San rancisco. Bark C. D. Bryant, Lee, for San Fran cisco. Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Thompson, for m . 11 J - X -- - 1 r t-w v P Kaiauapapa, lauiuatu, wiui mcniuno ui the Board of Health aboard. VESSELS LEAVING TODAY. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, for Kauai ports. Stmr Kaena, Calway, for Oahu ports, at 9 a. m. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilsen, for Oahu ports. Strnr. Ke Au Hou, Thompson, tor Kauai ports, at 3 p. m. Stmr. Hawaii, Fitzgerald, for Hawaii ports, at 4 p. m. Stmr. Lehua, Nye, for Hawaii ports at 4 p. m. Stmr. Kaala, Thompson, for Oahu ports. PASSENGERS. Arrivals. From Maui ports, per stmr. Claud ine, May 10: W. Von Gravemeyer and wife, Mrs. J. W. Kalua, Miss E. Max nibit, Mis. N. Napoleon and child, Rev. J H. Gulick, Rev. M. C. Kealoha, E. B. Friel, Ah Kang, W. Chung Hoon, O. ;Tna, A. Guild, wife and two children, A. Swanson, Tong Hung, L. H. Choy, a Haneb :rg, J. H. Miller, and 40 deck. From Hawaii, per stmr. Iwalani, May 9: H. Wicks, F. H. Kaapa, and 9 deck. From Kauai ports, per stmr. Mika hala, May 10: A. S. Wilcox, A. Mc Bryde, W. A. Wall, W. Hardy, H. WiV groth, Mrs. A. E. Pferdner, M. Spalding, Kimishima, anl 31 deck. Departures. For San Francisco, per Oceanic Steamship Australia, May 9: Count ess Wachtmeister, Mrs. J. J. Rice, W. H. Woolworth and wife, Mrs. E. Mad den, Miss Madden, H. V. Patten and wife, J. F. Legler, Charles Furgjison and wife, Miss D. Estelle, Mrs. George C. Beckley, two children and maid, R. F. Wood, Mrs. Weatherwax and two children, Mrs. W. D. Wishard and child, O. B. Spalding, D- H. Shahan, R. Cal lender, Mrs. C. A. Brown, two children and maid, R. Lowe, S. B. Lowe, Mrs Noonan, D. V. Waldron, Rev. E. R, Dille, Miss Rea, Miss Blower, Mrs. E D. Tenney and two children, Mrs. J A. Kitchen, Miss Alice Kitchen, A. J. Campbell, A. Cade-Bemson, W. H. Welch, James Furguson and wife, ."Mrs, H. Eca da Silva and child, Mrs. Cornish and Miss Cornish. AT DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA TION, May 10, 10 p. m The weather is hazy; wind light, northeast. The big ship Dirigo will prob ably sail for New York tomorrow. The Kaala morning with arrived Sunday a load of sugar from Lahaina. The bark Martha Davis has hauled over to the Inter-Island wharf and is taking on sugar. The steamer Claudine arrived from Maui ports Sunday morning with over 10.000 bags of sugar. Harry Evans, new captain of the waterfront police, captured a deserter from the T.S.S. Adams aboard the O. S. S. Australia Sat urda v. Sr The American bark C. D. Bry ant, Lee master, sailed for San Francisco with a light cargo of sugar Saturdav morning. The James Makee arrived Sun day with a moderate cargo of sugar. On account of the rouerh - try weather along the Kauai coast sue naa to take on her sugar at Koloa. Officer Greene of the boat land ing, who has been missed from his accustomed post of duty for the ast week on account of illness in his family, was around again on Sunday and received the heartv welcome of the boat bovs. -MOHICAN IN DISTRESS." Message in a Bottle Picked up Waianae Saturdav. v i i ..: ..Li.. ''fHIII -"tt SI 'II lltlk'- It'll, lilt" I T K .... ..v w.. i ii i vii (iidiiin iii I in ui i a. j. I ' noon, was found to contain a let- ter dated , Niihau, Mav .jih." the contents of which were to tin euert that tin- hark Mohican was in distress off Niihau. Of course the fact that that vessel arrived .... , . . t j uMM " ' i i mmmiaw v.a I ' v w OLvf to all feai s. Inquiry aboard the Mohican vesterdav bronerhl forth the inf or mation that the bottle had been thrown overboard by one of the passengers who could find noth ing belter to do. He had written the note to see where it would CO to and how long it would take io reacn mat point, nut nad not stopped to think of all the possi Diinies tiuiT coiiKi nave arisen. Out' of the crew delivered him self as follows: "Suppose we had struck contrary weather after that person threw the bottle over board, and suppose we had been becalmed oil the islands. Xow ?! .1 j ll then if the agents at litis port had received such news through the agency of a bottle, before the ar rival of the Mohican in port, wouldn't there lane been a lot of fun? It might have been well for the person concerned to have dropped a rove message to some unknown South Sea Island belle rather than to have written the message he did." As soon as it was learned bv tli' crew of the .Mohican thai a bottle had been found with the above mentioned message in it, they waxed very wrothy and agreed that whoever perpetrated the act was a Jonah and should not be allowed to travel on a well disciplined vessel for fear of bringing on some form of disaster. HORSE STEALING MANIA. Native Appropriates Horses on Maui and Oahu. A man calling himself Haleo1 pio, while in Honolulu, is locked up at the Police Station for steal ing horses both on this and the island of Maui. He was on Maui about two weeks ago aiid while there, took the name of Kahoohi wahiwa. After wandering about Spreekelsville Plantation foi some time he stole a h'ne horse and sold it to a Japanese for a mere trifle. About a week ago he came down to Honolulu and im mediately stole a horse from a party in Kalihi. This he brought down and sold to a Chinaman im mediately in front of the Police Station. A warrant was issued and the thief was arrested. Soon after a warrant was receiv- ed from Maui on the steamer Claudine for the arrest of the na tive charged with stealing a horse at Spreckelsville. FUNERAL OF MRS. CORN WELL. Many Friends Pay Their Last Tri bute to the Dead. One of the largest funerals seen in the city for many months past was that of the late Adelia Lou- zada Corn well, which took place from the home on Judd street Sunday afternoon. A large num ber of friends of the deceased, both old and young, were present to pay their tribute to the dead and brought and sent be fore them beautiful flowers work ed into various designs. Services were held both in the home and at the grave in Nuuanu cemetery, Kev. D. P. Birnie officiatinir. A c j choir from Central Union Church furnished the music. The nail- bearers were S. M. Damon. S. C. Allen, Captain Godfrey. W. F. Al len, H. E. Mclntyre, Alex. Young, .1. O. Carter and P. C. Jones. Not Under Bonds. Mr. Editor Tii vour issue of April 2Stb you publish what pur ports to be a corrected statement of facts in connection with the "Maui Physicians," and in the concluding paragraph you state that Dr. Armitage was led away and "put under bonds." While I have no wish to enter into a per- sonal controversy between the gentlemen concerned or comment on other portions of the article referred to, will you kindly allow me space to say that I appeared in court as attorney for Dr. Armi-pone tage, and that he was not led! awav and "mil under bonds." bat was Mibsemienti v arrested on . off complaint of Mr. Howell ia friend of 1 !'. Kavinomrst ami after :1 Two days hearing ha court the aonlica tiiiii tli-ii To- ivmitaow L tint nn " - i i - I i i SS4 SA Ml F. CHILLINGWORTH Wailukn, Maui, Mar, 1896. The . S. S. Australia. Homl lette master. Bailed for San Fran clsco uith ;l Ur'W "'imher of pas Bensers and a lull cargo at 4 p.m. I n .1,- Saturday, lae Hawaiian hand was on the Oceanic wharf and I played from 3 olock until thede - 1 oarture of the Australia CARD OF THANKS. Mrs. C. R. McVeigh desires to thank her friends for the kindness shown in FOR SALE. BOUND volumes of Scientific Ameri can for 1878 to 1894, inclusive. Ad dress "X," this office. 4299-1 w LOST OR STOLEN. DRAFTS on F. A. Schaefer & Co., of Honokaa Sugar Co.. No. S00 for $59. in favor of L. Laing and endorsed to S. Kojima : also on F. A. Schaefer & Co. of H. S. Co., No. 804. for $40. in favor of R. Gillespie and endorsed to S. Ko jima. The payment on said drafts have been stopped. Return to S. KOJIMA. P. O. Box 255. 4299-lw WANTED. WANTED An empty room for a month or two. suitable for storing furniture. Address "H. H.," Room 22. Hawaiian Hotel. 4299-lt NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned, heretofore members of the co-partnership of Campbell. Marshall and Company, exporters of bananas, give notice that said co-part nership has been dissolved by mutual consent, and that its assets have been taken over and liabilities assumed by Campbell & Company. M. P. ROBINSON. A. J. CAMPBELL, E. L. MARSHALL. C. BOLTE. Honolulu, May 8th, A. D. 1896. 4298-3t NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned, residing at Hono- lulu, g4ve notice that they have for med a co-partnership, under the firm name of Campbell and Company, to engage in the business of exporting bananas from the Hawaiian Islands. Place of business, Honolulu. M. P. ROBINSON, A. J. CAMPBELL. Honolulu, May 8th, 1896. 4298-3t NOTICE. ON account of my absence on the otner islands for some months, Mr. Chas. Phillips will act as my local agent. All Dills snouid De sent in to mm as soon as possible at 209 Merchant St.. up stairs. C. V. E. DOVE. 4298-3t FOR SALE. 20 LARGE Young Pack Mules; most of tnem been worked- I Also young horses and colts, from imported stock, and some thoroughbreds, suitable for driving or saddle horses. At Lahaina, Maui. W. Y. HORNER. 4297-2W 1757-2W FOR SALE. SECOND-HAND whale boat, thorough ly repaired and improved ; sloop rigged, large iron center board with extra floor timbers; works well to windward; fit ted for use and service; a comfortable living for five willing and capable men in the line of carrying passenger:? or freight, or fishing in and around our island channels; easily worked by two men; dropping mast, sail and stowing seine in two minutes; raised and made again in equal time; new sails and oars complete; will be sold for about the price of an imported shell. J. A. DOWER, Ship Carpenter and Caulker. 4289-lm G. A. Howard, Jr. Robert F. Train HOWARn Ri. TRAIM -- -------" Architects. HUWULULU AJXU LUB ANGELES. jr ia lib, opcuiuuiuouH nun ueutuB pre- 1 ?.aI!1 - onstruction of bu"dinB3 patent and mechanical DRAUGHTING. Honolulu office, corner Queen and RlaI"o ro i2r i tn a 55. 4281-lm flfAU8 r STEAMSHIP LINE. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN PA CIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria. B. C, Honolulu and Suva (Fiji), Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz: ,iof . B. G. Warrimoo May 15th Miowera June loth Warrimoo July 15th rioond Vancouver B. C. for Miowera May 12th Warrimoo June 7th Miowera July 8th Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all gen eral information, apply to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMEMPCO jflm!ifin ? I nil x'nnfiw) II iiJitfll lliilll UuuKjO. For San Francisco: The New and Fine Ai Steel Steamshrf "ALAMEDA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company w?fl be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck land on or about MAY 28th, And will leave for the above port witii Mails and Passengers on or about that date. For Sydney and Auckland: The New and Fine Ai Steel Steamship "MONOWAI" Oi the- Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco or about JUNE 4th, And wiil have prompt dispatch with Mailt and Passengers for the abov ports. TIM ttatocricaed Are How Prepared to lMoe TbfOiigh Tickets to All Points IN THE UNITED STATES. For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to General Agents. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. TIME TABLE. LOCAL LINE. S.S.AUSTRALIA From S. F. For S. F. April 13, '98 April 1H, '96 May 4, May 9, May 29, June 3, THROUGH LINE From S. F. fr Sydney. From Sydiwy far S. F. Uav Hmmhrt- Alameda Apr 9 '96Monowai A or 30'9b fflnnoofnT )OC l. Vr oo Monowai June 4 j Mariposa June 25 FOR RENT. THE nrivate resident of Mrs. F. S Pratt Situate Ot tVia nntn-.r rt D -. i rn nr- juauc auu ruucuuuwi street, tuuuiiu ing two bedrooms, parlor, also kitchen, pantry and dining-room. A cottage on adjoining premises, newly finished, containing two rooms with detached bath hous, etc. For particulars apply at said premises. D Sydney mm HBCflU'e From fiete Suva Sydney i. . m i co.. ID, 4285-lm Take an Outing SUNDAYS Trains will; leave at 9:15 A. M. and 1:4s p. JR., arriving in Hono lulu at 3:11 p. M. and 5:55 P. M. Round Trip Tickets: 1st Class 2d Class Pearl City $ 75 $ 50 CiWB t'laniuiiou 1 no 10 Waianae ... 1 M 1 25 CHAS. BREWER & CO. S 5 The fine bark Edward May, C. A. .lohn- i son master, will sail from New York for j Honolulu on or about May 1st, IBM). For particulars, call or address CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby street, Boston, or C. Brewer & Co., IAI.. AuenN. Honolulu. 124;-in TO LET Ful I v Furnished for Housekeeping RESIDENCE on the beach in Kapiola ni Park, Waikiki, within three min utes' walk of the tram. Good sea bathing. Main house consists of two bedrooms, parlor, dining-room, pan try and kitchen. Cottage in yard con tains three bedrooms. Both houses have bath and all modern conven iences. Servant quarters, carriage house and stall for one horse. For terms apply to A. GARTENBERG, P. O. Box 419. 4274-tf 20,000 ACRES OF : FINE Coffee LAND FOR SALE. Apply to S. Norris, Kah'ikti Ranch, Kau, Haw.ri. 4244-tf House To Let or Lease. LARGE PARLOR, DINING ROOM, five bedrooms, bath and patent closet, pan try, kitchen, woodhouse outhouse, thor oughly repaired, and large yard; $25 a month to responsible party only. Situated near Nuuanu street, next to residence of Pierre Jones. Apply at the office of J. ALFRED MAGOON. 4253-tf House To Let or Lease. PARLOR, TWO BEDROOMS. DINING room, kitchen, pantry, bathroom, and one-room cottage in the yard, on Punch bowl street, near the residence of J. Hop per. Thoroughly repaired and painted. $20 per month to responsible party only Apply At tbe office of J. ALFRED MAGOON. 4253-tf CASTLE & COOKE, Ld., Life and Fire Insurance Ag'ts. AGENTS FOR New England Mutual lift INSURANCE COMPANY Of Boston. Fife kut 6 Of Hartford. WANTED. A HALF-DOZEN gentlemen may ob tain table board with private family, convenient to business center. "R. E X.," this office. 4297-3t Ml Li 0 tt 1 i At Ga.cttc Office.