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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JOLY 22 1896.
(lie Podlic Guinnoi idveriiser
Issued Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY,
Von Holt Block, King 8trt.
VESSEL IN PORT.
The Dally Pacific Commercial Adrer-tisj-,
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Per year, in advance 8 00
Per year, postpaid to the United
States of America, Canada or
Mexico 11 oo
Per 1 year, postpaid other foreign. 14 6
Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly, Eight
Pages, Tuesdays and Fridays.
Per year, 104 numbers ft 00
ver year, foreign countries 0 00
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Advertisements, unaccompanied by
specific instructions, inserted till or
Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of specified period will be
.a irged as if continued for a full term.
Liberal allowance on yearly anl half
All persons desiring their advertlse-
. znents discontinued must send a written
order to that effect.
Where cuts are inserted they must be
ALL METAL, not mounted on wood
otherwise we assume no risk of their
f. S. S. Adams, Watson, Lahaina.
M EliCI IANTMEN .
J Mis list does not include coaatere.)
Am. bk. Highland Light, Hughes, New
castle. Br. bk Belmont, Ladd, Sydney, Aus
tralia. Haw. bk Iolani, McClure, New York.
Br. bk Kociusko, Rodd, Newcastle.
Am. bk Mohican, Saunders, San Fran
cisco. Am. brg W. G. Irwin, Williams, S. F.
Am. bk Klikitat, Cutler, Pt. Townsend.
WHAJUF AND WAVE. Attention, Company G
AT DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA
TION. July 21, lu p. m. The weather is
clear; wind light, northeast.
Some very large timber was put on
the Iwalani yesterday.
I hereby ordered to report at the Drill Shed
; THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, July 22d
Armory Company G, First Kegi
ment. N. G. H.
Honolulu. Jtilv 22. 1SJ;.
Every member of this Command i
at 7:30o'c ock, for drill.
J.NO M. KKA.
ttSMl Captain Commanding
Tuesday, July 21.
Br. bk Velocity, Martin, from China.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Kauai
The Iwalani will sail for Kauai ports
on the regular Mikahala route at 5 j
p. m. today.
The Kauai will go to Kailua. Honu-
apo and Punaluu after 6Uar and cattle j
at 10 a. m. today. I have made over all the stock and
merchandise in the business carried on
The Claudine took away 16 mules ( by the late J. T. Waterhouse, and also
shipped by C. Brewer & Co. to the Re- tne good will and all outstanding ac
ciprocity Mill yesterday afternoon. founts thereof, to my sons, F. T. P..
E. C, John and G. S. Waterhouse, who
The Klikitat has hauled in along- henceforth carry on said business and
side the Fort street wharf to discharge j j61 "Uttoa from 0x13 date
her cargo of lumber, which work she ELIZABETH BOURNE WATER-
will begin today. HOUSE, Sole Legatee under the will of
Steamers of the above Hue. running COLD WATER PAINT
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).
EjHc-tnlly lMirn,Ml for Iimlde
Work on I n tori. -, and
On or about the dates below stated, viz:
From Sidney m Sut lor Ho
, B. C.
T . V. rrs -rwr
juuu i. w aiernm sp
Star- 4949 1779.1
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
C. O. BALLENTYNB.
Lave Honolulu.. 6:40
Leave Pearl City.. 7:40
Leave Ewa Mill.. 8:10
tea ve VT a i a n ae . . 6 :44
Leave Ewa Mill.. 7:19
Leave Pearl City.. 7:50
arrive Honolulu. .8:28
Freight trains will carry Passenger
G. P. DENISON. P. C. SMITH.
Superintendent. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt.
Tuesday, July 21.
O. S. S. Australia, Houdlette, for San
Stmr Waialeale, Gregory, for Laha
ina and Hamakua.
Stmr Hawaii, Fitzgerald, for Hawaii
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maui
Stmr Lehua, Nye, for Hawaii.
The American ship Tillle E.
buck, Curtis master, sailed for New j
York with a full cargo of sugar at about
1 : 30 p. m. yesterday.
ti,0 ot0o0. w n u M The undersigned, each residing in Ho-
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived from, nolulu Jn the Is,and of 0ahuf the
Maui and Hawaii yesterday afternoon Republic of Hawaii, have formed a co-
with reports of fine weather along, the! partnership with each other in the busi
Maui and Hawaii coasts. She brought
a number of passengers and juite a
VESSELS LEAVING TODAY.
Stmr Iwalani, Smythe, for Kauai
ports, at 5 p. m. (Mikahala route).
Stmr Kauai. Bruhn, for Kailua, Ho-
nuapo and Punaluu, at 10 a. m.
By the Government Survey.
s i a
Sat . 11 W.IO w.Oi1 69'
Sun.ll2 30. Ort 29.99 70
Monl33o 03 A.7! 711
Tuesll4 30 Or, 29.99' 71i
t:' 3 C5
a s T a.
I- rid IT
30 07 30 00
30 04 29.97
84 0 00
84 0 00
87 0 00'
54 6 NK
58 3 NK
H 1 NK
53 1; nk
57 7-2 I N K
51 1-6 SB
52 2 N.NK I
Barometer corrected for temperature and ele-
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tauuu, uni uui ior gravity.
TIDES. SUN AND MOON.
p.m. a m.
21 2 0
24! 4. 0
a.m. p m
a i a
2 I 00
6.5 9 35 5.29i6. 43 .
7. 0 10 10 5.29 6.42
7.50 10.4-1 .MO 6 42 .
8.35 11.10 5.:);6.42
9.20 11.35 5.30,6.42 7.41
From Kauai, per stmr Kauai. Julv
21 Miss L. Aukai, J. Jacobsen and 7
From Maui and Hawaii, oer stmr
W. G. Hall. July 21 H. R. Hitchcock,
wife and children. T. T. Mver. J. T.
Brown. J. W. Sanderson. R. T. Wilber.
Jas. Morse, Bishop Willis, C. D. Miller.
Chas. Hooper, Thos. N. Haae, Mrs. W.
n.. roster, Miss Alice F. Beard, Miss
Sarah Cockett, Miss Y. Mahunehune,
Misses Testa (2). Ah Sin and 64 on
For Hamakua, per stmr Waialeale
July 21 Mrs. Gillin and Mrs. Anderson.
For Hawaii, per stmr Hawaii. Julv
21 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Parker Mrs
C. L. Wight and family and C. J. Falk.
For Maui ports, ner stmr Clandinp
July 21 F. W. Damon, wife, 4 children
ana nurse. Miss Barnum, Miss Ham
mond, Miss Kahauila. Chas. CrnziPr
Jr., wife and 2 children, Chas. Crozier,
br., Mane Nunes, John Richardson and
daughter, Peter Ohrt, R. R. Berg, Rev.
nans isenberg and wife. H. Parma 1m
anu wile, Miss D. Grau, M. Malendez
C. A. Spreckels, H. P. Baldwin, Master
H. Hedemann. Rev. E. M. Hanuna and
wife, Ah Ming, Hon Fon, D. McLean,
Dr. J. M. Topmoeller, B. Topmoeller.
For S. F. per O. S. S. Australia. Julv
21 E. L. Roeder. Brothers Joseph, Al
bert and Edward, Mrs. L. Kessler, Fred
Horner and wife, A. L. Taylor, Mrs.
Shortridge, Miss Marie Swingley, Mrs.
M. S. Dumas, Mrs. J. C. McStay, Mrs.
Keech and two children, the Missps
Scott, Miss Jewell. J. S. McCandless, L.
L. McCandless. Mrs. Schank and two
children, Miss Shortridge. Theo. Rirh
ards and wife, Miss Atherton, Miss
Annie Dahl, T. J. Birch. Dr. Andprson
and wife, D. E. Bortree, C. E. Rice. Miss
A. M. Fans. Miss M. E. Bortrpp Mrs
Usner, Miss Fitzgerald, Mrs. E. J. Duf-
ly. Mrs. A. Kingsford. E. O. White,
wire and two children. Aug. Fries. H.
fonimann, Mrs. E. Curtis. Miss S. Car
ter, Miss F. L. Guenther. Miss L. Gol
stein, R. J. Lillie and wife, C. Macdo-
nald, Major Z. K. Pangborn and wife,
Mrs. J. L. Maurer, Mrs. H. Morrison, J.
u. Suydam, C. H. Suydam, Captain W.
a. tiodfrey, wife and five children, Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Williams and E. D
There arrived by the W. G. Hall yes
terday afternoon a small jack-ass cov
ered with leis of various kinds and
shaking very visibly in the knees. It
is common gossip on the Inter-Island
wharf that the animal was brought
down as a mascot for the Superintend
ent of the Company, but the sory could
not be corroborated.
There was the usual large crowd of
people in attendance at the departure
of the O. S. S. Australia for San Fran
cisco at 4 p. m. yesterday. The Ha
waiian band played the usual concert
and the usual late man ran up the
gangway. The only change was the
appearance of a son of Ireland with a
green shirt, tie and hat band.
ness of buying and selling general mer
chandise and as commission merchants
in said Honolulu, under the firm name
or style of J. T. Waterhouse, being the
ousmess neretorore carried on by J. T
watwuuuse, nrsr, ana nis successor.
J. r. Waterhouse, second.
Dated Honolulu, July 1, 1896.
Frederick T. P. Waterhouse,
Ernest Coniston Waterhouse,
George S. Waterhouse,
It Is a dry powder which can be nrm-
Are Due at Honolulu pared for use by simply atirrina la
COLD WATER, and can be applied by
anyone, and will always produce good
It is VERY WHITE, xtremely re
flective and hardens on a wall Ilk
stone, and will take any tint
It will last for years and is unaffected
One coat covers better than two coata
of oil paint or whitewash.
It can be used on any surface and for
classes of work, even for the flneet
Miowera June 24
Warrimoo July 24
Miowera August 24
Warrimoo September 24.
Prom Victoria and Vancouver B. C for
Miowera July 16
Warrimoo August 16
Miowera September 16:
Warrimoo October 16
CARSLEY At Honalo, Kona, Hawaii,
July 13, 1896, Amelia Puohu, beloved
wife of Geo. F. Carsley, aged 72
years and 2 months.
ADJOURNED QUARTERLY MEETING.
During Mr. Boardman's absence, Mr.
Ewing will have charge of my books
and attend to all collections. He can
be found either at Mr. Boardman's of
fice at Ogura & Co.'s or at my office.
4353-tf DR. HERBERT.
The adjourned Quarterly Meeting of
the Shareholders of the C. Brewer &
Company, (Ltd.) will be held at the
Office of the Company in Honolulu, on
Wednesday, July 22nd, 1896, at 10 A. M.
E. F. BISHOP,
Dated Honolulu, July 15th, 1896.
On Monday night, between Judd
street and Waikiki, a gold-mounted
Hair Comb. A suitable reward will
be given if returned to the Advertiser
Neither the Captain, Owners or
Agents of the Bark 'Tolani' will be re
sponsible for any debts contracted by
the crew of said vessel.
Honolulu, July 15th, 1896. 4354-2w
WM. L. PETERSON,
Typewriter, Conveyancer and
-:- -:- COLLECTOR.
Houses to Let. Land for Sale or Lease.
Office with A. S. Humphreys, Kaahu-
Tel. 751. P. O. Box 365.
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.
Oceanic Steamship Company
AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE
This Is for Outside Work.
Such as Fences, Outbuildings, Labor
ers' Quarters. It is a thick paste to ba
diluted with cold water, stands rain
and exposure as well as oil paint, and
oosts but a fraction as much.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
Adapted for Dwellings, Offices and Pub
lic Buildings or any other place whera
KALSOMINE is used. It will not rub.
discolor or scale off.
4.50 10.3 12 0 5.31 6.41 8.15
Full moon July 24th at 7 h. 16 min. a.m.
The tides aud moon phase are given in Stand
ard Time. The time of sun and moon rising
and setting being given for all ports In the
group are m Local Time, to which the respec
tive corrections to Standard Time applicable to
each different port should be made.
The Standard Time whistle sounds at 12h.
tan. 0s. (midnight) Qreenwich Time, which is
lh 30m. p.m. of Hawaiian Standard Time.
-:- THE -:-
HiniA rn '
H. M. WHITXSY, i
Contents for July, 1896,
There was quite a large attendance at
the meeting of the American League
in headquarters last night.
The nominations were made as fol
lows for officers to serve during the en
suing year: Allan Clark for president.
William Larsen for first vice president.
Louis Tousaint for second vice presi
dent, Theo. P. Swerin for recording sec
retary, and W. D. Hamilton for finan
Those who were nominated at last
Tuesday (July 14th) evening's meeting
declined in favor of the above named
gentlemen. Nominations are still open.
The regular election will be held on
Tuesday, July 28th.
Humane Treatment of Animals.
German Export Sugar Bounty.
Beet Sugar Industries in America.
Sugar in Politics.
Packing Coffee for MarkeL
Republican Nominee and Platform.
Rainfall and Water Power on Oahu.
Practical Notes for Farmers.
Coffee Growing in Southern India.
Spreckels and Beet Sugar.
Decline in Use of Coffee in England.
Bananas, the Fruit of Paradise.
Propagation of Sugar Cane.
Porter on Japan Commerce.
HAWN. GAZETTE CO.,
The paradoxical discovery that the
speea or a sailing vessel mav be in
creased by perforating its sails is claim-
ea oy Laptam asalio, an Italian mari
ner. He supposes that the fixed cushion
of air filling up the hollow of an in
flated sail lessens the effect of the wind.
ana ne nas sought to prevent the col
lection of this cushion by making a
number of holes in the canvas. Several
trials, made in all weathers, have given
surprising results. In a light wind a
vessel made four knots with ordinary
sails and five knots with perforated
sails; in a fresh breeze seven and eight
and three-quarters knots respectively,
and in a strong wind eight and ten
Knots. Ihe ship's value would be in
creased one-fifth its trips of five weeks
being reduced to four weeks if the in
creased speed can be sustained through
out a long voyage.
From and after this date I will not
be responsible for debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
Honolulu, July 22, 1896.
And board may be obtained in a healthy
suburban locality, within 20 minutes'
of the Executive building, on the car
line. Private parlor, 4 bedrooms, bath
room and table board. Stable and pas
ture accommodations if desired. Ad
dress "HOUSEKEEPER," Advertiser
VALUABLE LAND TO LEASE.
Thomas Carey's land at Waialua. this
Island, consisting of 391 acres, 82 acres
of which are situated in the centre of
Halstead's Waialua Plantation, the rest
being situated near the plantation and
is adapted for raising sugar, coffee, etc.
fepecial irrigation privileges eo with
For particulars, apply to
4355-tf Pantheon Stnhips
HOUSE and lot on Liliha, above School
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Coal
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
Telephone No. 414.
Y. MAN SING,
181 Fort Street.
Dresses and underclothes made to or
der. Sewing guaranteed. If the stitches
break I will repair without extra charge.
FOR SYDNEY AND AUCKLAND:
The new and fine Al Steel Steamship
! Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
De aue at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
A new Paint Oil. It comes raw and
boiled; is superior to linseed, and coven
with one-third less lead and pigment to
P. and B. Compounds and Papers.
FOR SALE BY
1. . Irwin l (in
I vi w
Agents for the Hawaiian fnlarnlH.
And will have prompt d:.soatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above
Take an Outing
The Undersigned Are Now Pre
pared to Issue
Through Tickets to All Points
in the United States.
imm m mm
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m. and
1:45 p. m., arriving in Honolulu at 3:11
p. m. and 6:55 p. m.
UB8.8CH0MAV, PROP. C.H. BELLINA ,MA N AOKR
OFFICES TO LET.
ALSO one large vacant room, suitable
ror purposes of public meeting or lec
tures. Apply to Woman's Exchange.
46 Merchant street. 4326-tf
For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Fort btreet, between Hotel and Beretania.
Telephone 477. Honolulu, H.I.
Builder and Qnarryman
Honolulu ------ H. I.
Agent for Lane Bros. Marble Works,
)oi Ship fiiw
"Sailors' Home" Restaurant, S. S. Australia
Vessels from Due
u. a & Mariposa, ban Fran.... July 30 There are 20.000 hounds in Great
Bk Robert Sudden, Newcastle. .July 31 1 Britain used for hunting purposes.
THE whole or part of the upper floor
over Tracy's. 4342-lw
A PLEASANT cottage, in perfect or
der, suitable for a small family or two
single gentleman, ner town and tram
cars. Enquire of
DR. H. STANGENWALD.
Alakea. Richards. Halekauwila Sts.
Has changed hands and is now in
M. T. BLUX0ME AND WIFE.
MEALS 6 a. m. to 9 a. m., 11 a. m.
to p.m., 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Kobe Immigration Company,
Robinson block, Hotel street.
P. O. Box 116. Telephone 870
Round Trip Tickets:
. 1st Class. 2d Clasa
gearl City $ 75 5
Ewa Plantation l 00 75
WlM 1 60 x 26
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
Boston Line of Packets
The bark "AMY TURNER," W. C.
Warland, Master, will sail from Now
York for this port on or about Septem
ber 1st, 1896.
For particulars call or address
Chas. Brewer & Co ,
27 Kilby Street, Boston, or
i BREWER fe CO , LTIX.
YANASE & CO.
Commission -: Merchants
AN!) DEALERS IN
From Han Francisco
For San Francisco.
To rent from 1st September, next, for
the term of two years or more, a resi
dence, in a healthy locality, containing
not less than eight rooms, exclusive of
pantry and bathroom. Also servants'
Address, "R. R. C," this office, stat
ing location and rental. 4355-lw
Alameda . . . July 2. Monowai ..July 23
Mariposa ..July 30 Alameda ..Aue. 20
Monowai ..Aug. 27 Mariposa ..Sent. 18
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
AT GAZETTE OFFICE.
Kaluaaha ranch, on Molokai; area,
about 1270 acres fee simple; larg and
complete map of the lands; agricult
ural, grazing, fruit and coffee lands.
This estate will make a delightful
home; yield full return for labor and
good interest on the capital invted.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Next Postoffice, in Honolulu.
Provisions a Specialty
P. O. box lie.
Mutual Tel. 917
NO. 21 NUUANU STREET.
THIS IS THE TELEPHONE
NUMBER TO RING UP
If you want any Plumbing. Tin
Work done promptly and oronerlv
I am prepared to do all kinds of
work in my line at the Lowest Pos
Jobbing a Specialty
JAS. NOTT, JR.,
Tinsmith and Plumber.