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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULT . SEPTEM BER
He Pacific Commercial
Issued Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY,
Von Holt Block, King Street.
C. G. BALLENTYNE.
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Walanae.. 6:44 1:32 4:lfi
Lave Ewa Mill.. 7:19 9:10 2:07 8:51 4:51
i-eave Pearl City.. 7:50 9:48 2:38 4:2-2 5:32
Arrive Honolulu. .8:28 10:M 3:11 4:55 5:58
Freight trains will
O. P. DENISON, P. C. 8MITH.
ftupeiintenrient. Gen. Pass. A 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 Leave Honolulu for
from S. Francisco San Francisco or
or Vancouver. Vancouver:
On or About On or About
Peking . . . Sept. 28 Australia . . . Oct. 3
Australia . .Sept. 28 Peru Oct. 12
Doric Oct. 7 Monowai ...Oct. 16
Warrimoo. ..Oct. 16 Coptic Oct. 20
Mariposa . . .Oct. 22 Australia . . .Oct. 28
Belglc Oct. 24 Miowera Oct. 24
Australia .. .Oct. 26 Gaelic Not. 6
Peru Nov. 2 Alameda ...Nov. 12
Australia . .Not. II Peking Nov. 16
Miowera Nov. 16 Australia . .Nov. 21
Monowai . . .Nov. 19j Warrimoo . .Nov. 24
Rio Janeiro.Nov. 19China Dec. 2
Gaelic Nov. 28 Mariposa .. .Dec. 10
Australia . .Dec. 11 Belgic Dec. 11
Doric Dec. If ! Australia ...Dec. 16
Warrimoo. .Dec. 16, Coptic Dec. 28
Alameda .. .Dec. 17 Miowera. . ..Dec. 24
China Dec. 241
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, China and
P. M. S. S. City of Peking, S. F. Sept. 28
O. S. S. Australia, San Fran. .Sept. 28
Brit bk Routenbeck Liverpool.. Dec. 15
Bk Martha Davis, San F Sept. 28
VESSELS IN PORT.
(This list does not include coasters.)
Haw schr Norma, Rosehill, Laysan Isl
and. Am bk Ladas, Dixon, Liverpool.
P. M. S. S. Aztec, Brown, Nanaimo.
Bktne W. G. Irwin, Williams, San
Am bktne S. G. Wilder, McNeil, San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Port Town
send. Am bk Matilda, Mackenzie, Seattle,
Br. ship Troop, Fritz, from Astoria.
N. Y. K. Yamaguchi Maru, Allen,
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, Seattle,
Am bktne Klikitat, Cutler, Port Town
Thursday, Sept. 24.
P. M. S. S. China, Seabury, from
China and Japan.
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Orterendorp,
from San Francisco.
C. A. S. S. Warrimoo, Hepworth,
from the Colonies. !
Am bktne Klikitat. Cutler, f rom ,
Qr-.Vn A ii Hm, Thnmnsnn from
Stmr. Kinau, Clarke, from Maui and
Thursday, Sept. 24.
Stmr Lehua, Nye, for Hawaii ports.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Freeman, for Ha
P. M. S. S. China, Seabury, for San
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Orterendorp,
for the Colonies.
C. A. S. S. Warrimoo, Hepworth, for
Vancouver and Victoria.
Stmr Ke Au Hou, Thompson, for
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr W G Hall, Simerson, for Maui
and Hawaii ports at 10 a m.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Kahuku
and Punaluu at 9 a. m.
From Maui and Hawaii ports, per
stmr Kinau, Sept. 24 Volcano: E. A.
Mott-Smith and wife Harold Giffard,
J. W. Anderson, O. N. Curtaz and wife,
II. P. Eakin, Dr. Sollat. E. A. Mitchell,
A. Chamberte'n. W. C. Peacock and
wife. Way ports: Mrs. J. Finney,
Mrs. L. T. Grant, S. Decker, J.C. Scrib
ner. C. J. McCandiess, L. C. Abies.
Mrs. L. T. Smith, C. A. Dias, T. W.
Remele. Adj. Simonson. M. Chimura,
H. Watt. W. Watt. E. Hutton, W. A.
Wall. Miss A. B. Clapperdon, Mrs. i
Akina, L. Aseu. B. F. Schoen. Geo. F. j
Renton and wife, F. Somerfeld. Aon;
Akina, Capt. Ahlborn and 82 deck:
From China and Japan, per P. M.
S. S. China, Sept. 24 G. Schull, Emory
Chas. Burckhalter, C. H. Bernays.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Bentz, Mrs. Dr. Cush
ing, Wm. P. Connelly, Mrs. S. H.
Frank and two children; S. T. St. Geo.
Carey, K. Von Lindholm, L. C. Master.
Mrs. M. Miller, K. Noro, Lieut. Jos.
Polo, N. M. Pond, Dr. G. E. Shuey,
Prof. J. M. Schaeberle, K. Shinoo, M.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Alameda, Sept. 24 R. D. Walbridge,
a,VJ cThi;d' Mrs- Wollerston, Missj
j Parke, C. J. Ludwigsen and son, Prof. I
W. T. Brieham. H. Louisson. Miss H. i
Harding, E. B. Beard and wife. Miss!
Alice Hake, C. M. Heintz. Miss Roy-
ston. W. P. Whitley, Mrs. S. M. Dodge.
D. W. F. Hall and wife, D. A. H. Bry
ant and wife, Miss Bryant, Karl Her
mann, C. L. Gallein. Miss Louise Ken
non, Mrs. W. M. Lampton, A. T. Wells
and wife and five steerage.
From the Colonies, per R. M. S.
Warrimoo, Sept. 24 R. A. Jordan, W.
For the Colonies, per O. S. S. Ala
meda, Sept. 24 Milton J. Flood and
Miss E. Lamar.
For San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
China, Sept. 24 Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Renton. Miss Field, Misses Stubbs, C.
A. Spreckels, H. Renjes and one steer
age. For Vancouver and Victoria, per C.
A. S. S. Warrimoo, Sept. 24 W. G.
Singlehurst, J. Armstrong, J. R. Ren
ton, Miss Wight, Charles F. Scher
merhorn, W. A. Gleason and Mrs. C.
J. Markle, daughter and son.
The C. A. S. S. Warrimoo, Hepworth
commander, arrived in port yesterday
morning after a passage of 14 days.
Following is the purser's report of the
trip: The R. M. S. Warrimoo, Camp
bell Hepworth, R. N. R., left Sydney
on the 10th of September at 4:30 p. m.
Arrived Suva on the 16th at 8:30 a. m.,
having met with light to fresh winds
and squally weather on the passage.
Left Suva same day at 4 p. m. and
cleared Fiji group following morning
at 7 a. m. Passed Alofa island at 5:30
p. m. same day. Crossed equator at 6
p. m. on the 19th and passed R. M. S.
Miowera, bound south, on the 20th at
11:15 a. m. From Suva rainy weather
was experienced through Fiji group
with strong, NE trades and high seas
to noon of the 18th, thence light vari
able winds to crossing equator, when
NE trades set in with the weather to
arrival at Honolulu on the 24th at 7:30.
The Warrimoo cotninued on her voy
age at 4:15 p. m.
Death of Captain F. G. Miller.
SAN FRANCISCO. September 7
Captain F. G. Miller, master of the
brig Lurline, died early this morning
at his residence, 1208 Larkin street,
from pneumonia. He was fifty-nine
years of age and leaves a widow. Mil
ler had been a master of vessels on the!
Pacific for many years and was well
known in nearly every port on the
west coast of America and in the
North Pacific. Before he was given
command of the Lurline and placed in
the Honolulu sugar packet route he
served as master on the barkentine
Courtney Ford, the bark Annie John
son, the brig Haggard and the schoo
The Australia's Up Trip.
The Australia had somewhat of an
eventful trip going up to San Fran
cisco. Following is her report: Left
Honolulu Sept. 9th at 4 p. m., exper
ienced light to moderate trades until
Sept. 12th, thence to port, light N and
NW winds, fine weather all the way;
Sept. 11th noon, lat 26 38 N, long. 149
44 W, passed the bark Palmyra, steer-
ing SSW, all well; Sept. 12th, 8 a
passed and exchanged signals with the
barkentine Mary winkelman in lat 29
1 N- Ug. 14o 44 W, all well.
New Inter Island Steamer.
In a letter rceived from Captain On account of the crowded condition
Godfrey by the Alameda yesterday in- of the other wharves she was corn
intelligence was received that the new! pelled to go up to Brewer's wharf to
Inter-Island steamer was on the dry! discharge passengers and freight,
dock at San Francisco, that she hadj The American barkentine Klikitat.
had her propeller and tail shaft put Cutler magter arriyed in port yester.
in. that the machinery was being put; (ay morning after a pleasant trip of
in and that she would be ready to
sail for this port by the last of
Barber Point Telephone.
There is much comment along the
water front regarding the need of a
telephone at the Barber's Point Light
house station. The Yamaguchi Maru
was abreast of the harbor before she
was reported and it tfas the same wayj
with the China. In each case the
report would have come in about an
hour earlier had there been a telephone
at Barber's Point.
The O. S. S. Alameda. Van Orteren-
dorf, commander, arrived in port yes-; the wreck of the Gainsborough yes
terday morning at 6:15 a. m., after a, terday. It is the intention of the
pleasant trip from San Francisco which i wreckers to put a pump to work to
port she left at 4:50 p. m., Sept. 17th. j day and if sufficient water can be
AT DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA-
TION, Sept. 24, 10 p. m. The weather
is e, wind fresh northeast.
The Waialeale will be in from Kauai
The German bark Spica is about a
fortnight overdue at this port.
The W. G. Hall will sail for Maui
and Hawaii ports at 10 a. m. today
The Alameda did not get away for
the Colonies until 8 o'clock last night.
Solomon Kahiapo has been appoint
ed on the force of Custom House
The Yamaguchi Maru did not get
away yesterday. She will sail some
The P. M. S. S. China brought 205
Chinamen and 15 Japanese for this
The O. S. S. Australia arrived in San
Francisco, September 16th, 6 days and
16 hours from Honolulu.
The American bark Martha Davi.s
Soule, master, sailed from San Fran
cisco on September 11th.
Charlie Peterson thougb-t he saw
the Ke Au Hou yesterday morning,
but it was only the China.
The Mokolii will be in with a load
of sheep from Lanai tonight. These
will be taken to Kilauea tomorrow.
There were 119 Chinese contract la
borers shipped by Tommy Evans on
the China. They are now in quaran
tine. The P. M. S. S. China passed the Ke
Au Hou so quickly yesterday morning
while off port that the latter appeared
as if motionless.
The steamer Ke Au Hou came in
from Kauai ports without any freight
yesterday morning. She sailed again
in the afternoon for Lahaina.
The cost of repairing the O. & O.
steamer Gaelic, which went on Beacon
Rock on the coast of Japan a few
weeks ago, has been estimated at
Four of the firemen of the Warrimoo
were taken sick on the voyage up
from the Colonies and four other men
were shipped in their places in the
The Kaala arrived from Oahu ports
late Wednesday night with a cargo of
sugar, rice and rice bran. She will
sail again at 9 a. m. today for Kahuku
Complaint was made by Pilot San
ders last night that when the S. S.
China was taken out of port there was
no green light on the Custom House
or electric light at Hollister's soda
The P. M. S. S. China sailed for San
Francisco at 10:30 o'clock sharp last
night, the time she was booked to
leave. There was that usual prompt
ness for which Captain Seabury is
A well-known young man here was
captured by Harry Evans in one of the
bunkers of the Warrimoo about 3:15
yesterday afternoon. He has some
bills in town and preferred to go away
without a passport.
The Kinau arrived early yesterday
afternoon with reports of fine weather
along the Maui and Hawaii coasts.
196 days from Port Townsend. She
brings a cargo of 730,000 feet of lum
ber consigned to Wilder & Co. The
Klikitat is out in the stream.
The P. M. S. S. China, Seabury,
commander, arrived in port at about
6 a. m. yesterday after a record trip
of 9 days, 10 hours and 11 minutes
from Yokohama. Fine weather was
experienced all the way over. The
Cnina wiH await the action of the
Coptic in breaking tL record when
she will sail in and smash her -record.
The China was not expected until yes
Captain Ward of the Amelia visited
pumped out of her hold an effort will
be madp to float the vessel at high tide
The wharf room along the water
front was never taxec as it was yes
terday morning. The blowing of
whistles from 4 until 7 a. m. announc
ed the China. Alameda and the War
rimoo which steamers arrived in the'
order named and following one close
ly in the way of the other. The War
rimoo had to be content with the
ends of the Wilder wharves.
The following, passports have been
issued at the Custom House: Ah
Chow. Akana. Yong Mok. Yim Kee.
Young Kong. Lee Sum. Kong Kee
and wife, Lum Kum, Hoy Yip. Chew
Sung, Law Son Choi, Lau Foon, Chang
Tai, Ah Leong. Aki Hon. Sin Hong.
Wong Foon. Wong Tung, for China
per City of Peking September 2Sth:
W. G. Singlehurst, J. Armstrong. J. R.
Renton, Miss Wignt. Charles F. Scher
merhorn, W. A. Gleason. Mrs. C. J.
Markle. daughter and son, for Van
couver and ictoria per C. A. S. S.
Warrimoo; J. Kirsten. C. A. Spreckel,
G. F. Renton and wifp for San Fran
cisco per P. M. S. S. China September
i'4tn; button .1. t lood tor the Colonies
per O. S. S. Alameda September 24th.
Successful Church Social.
There was another pleasant social in
the parlors of Central Union Church
last night when something over two
hundred people were present. The
parlors were beautifully decorated with
greens and flowers. In the back room
were many small tables covered with
spotless linen and surmounted each
by a vase of flowers artistically ar
ranged. The following prog,ram was given at
the beginning of the social: Song by
Miss Agnes Judd. reading by Dr. A. E.
Nichols and song by Miss Axtell. Af
ter this came the breaking up into
small groups the enjoyment of the
dainty refreshments served by the
HARRISON In San Francisco, Cal.,
Sept. 7th, 1896, to the wife of Fred
Harrison, a daughter.
RIEMENSCHNEIDER In Hamburg,
Germany, Aug. 22, 1896, H. Riemen
schneider. aged 48.
NAWAHI In San Francisco, Sept. 14,
1896, Joseph Nawahi, a native of
Hawaii, aged 54.
Shoe Salesmen Wanted.
On Commission. One who has had
road experience will find an unexcelled
line of medium priced Men's, Boys',
and Youths' up-to-date shoes which
would sell quickly and largely in con
nection with any goods not conflicting.
Address, with reference, "Boot & Shor
Man'f'g, Co.," Boston, Mass.
At "SARATOGA," Waikiki.
A few furnished rooms, with stabling
and carriage room.
Apply at "Saratoga,"
Telephone 889. Waikiki.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family and relatives of Charles
Williams desire to express their heart
felt thanks for the many acts of kind
ness shown the deceased and the sym
pathy extended them in their bereave
Mr. Henry Holmes will act for me
under power of attorney during my
absence from the Hawaiian Islands.
Dated this 24th day of September,
1896. JAMES ARMSTRONG.
During my temporary absence from
this Republic, C. Yew Sen and C. Wah
Sen are authorized to act for me in all
matters of business of mine.
Neither the captain nor agents of the
ship "Troop" will be responsible for
any debts contracted by any of the
officers or crew without a written
Bay mare branded C. H. J. Finder
will be rewarded by reporting to this
During my absence from the Hawai
ian Islands, Mr. Ewing will have charge
of my affairs, and can be found at my
office. DR. HERBERT,
4402-tf. Alakea street.
Kobe Immigration Company.
Robinson block, Hotel street.
P. O. Box 116. Telephone 870.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
The Al teutiis-hip
Will Leave Honolulu
For above tort on or about
September 25th. 1896.
Kor freight apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
Boston Line of Packets
The bark "AMY TURNER," W. C
Warland, Master, will sail from New
York for this port on or about October
For particulars call or address
Chas. Brewer & Co ,
27 Kilby Street, Boston, oi
0, BREWER & CO., LTD., "
Three lots, 75x200, on Punchbowl
Hill, fronting on Thurston avenue,
Spencer avenue and Victoria street.
These lots are amongst the most de
sirable in Honolulu as they are con
veniently located and command a mag
nificent view of the ocean, extending
from Diamond Head to the Walanae
Lots on King, Kapiolani and Young
streets. This tract will be sold as a
whole or in lots. It is a splendidly
situated property being close to the
business centre of the city and front
ing on Thomas Square.
For particular? apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
4385-tf Merchant street.
Kaluaaha ranch, on Molokai; area,
about 1270 acres fee simple; large 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 invested
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Next Postoffice, in Honolulu.
Building Lot For Sale.
One desirable building lot, situate
on the corner of Keaumoku and Wilder
avenue, 297x150. Water laid on and
trees planted. Will be sold in whole or
in lots as desired.
For terms, etc., apply to
W. W. HARRIS,
At Lewers & Cooke.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1896. 4395-tf.
Residence at Punahou, containing 7
rooms and outhouses; electric lights;
hot and cold water in kitchen and bath
room. Corner lot 100x200, well im
proved with fruit and ornamental trees
and plants. Apply "A," Advertiser
For Sale or Lease.
House and lot, corner of Victoria
and Green streets.
4380 ARTHUR HARRISON.
A Cottage. Young street, between
Piikoi and Keaumoku. Apply to J. G.
Faria, next door to cottage. 4413-3t
I hereby give notice that I have re
signed the General Agency of the Ger
mania Life Insurance Co. of New York
for the Hawaiian Islands, and shall not
be responsible for any representations
in regard to its business here made by
others. C. D. CHASE.
Honolulu, Sept. IS, 18!M.
We wish to give notice that C. D.
Chase no longer acts for the Germania
Life Insurance Company of New York.
We take pleasure in announcing that
Mr. C. R. Curtiss, a perfectly reliable
and gentlemanly man, will remain in
Honolulu for the present to attend to
the affairs of the Company.
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
By its Attorney,
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Dated Honolulu. Septembef 17, 1896.
The Daily Advertiser, 75 eeuts
a montn. Delivered by carrier.
il ft CANADfAN AUSTRALfAN
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection with the CANADIAN PA
CIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between
Vancouvei. B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W..
and calling at Victoria, B. C. Hono-ulu
and Suva (Fiji), are
Due at Honolulu
On or about the dates below stated, via:
From Sydney and Suva
For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C
For Suva and Sydney.
Warrimoo October 16
Miowera November 16
Warrimoo December 16
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.
AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE
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
FOR SYDNEY AND AUCKLAND:
The new and fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
And will have prompt dispatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above
The Undersigned Are Now Pre
pared to Issue
Through Tickets to All Points
in the United States.
For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. TRWJN & CO., LTD.
From San Francisco
For San Francisco.
Mariposa . .Oct. 22 Monowai . .Oct. 15
Monowai ..Nov. 19 Alameda ..Nov. 12
Alameda . .Dec. 17 Mariposa . .Dec. 10
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Desirable cottage, six rooms, lanai,
bath, closets, etc., good shade trees and'
yard. Will sell on easy terms. Apply
at premises, Anapuna street near Wild
er avenue, Punahou.
4382-tf J. A. BUTTEPvFIELD.
Oceanic pmskip Company