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1 ilfi Pitt Glllil liSSI Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. C. G. BALLENTYNE, Manager. TRAINS. J? 51 c s a p p to X 3 5 2. o 2, CP 3 MP c a 3 T' p . 01 ID I 3 3 (13 STATIONS. c 2. an 2.:- w : p a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m ave Pearl citylljS 9! VS 53 Leave Ewa Mill. .8:10 10:19 2:49 2:49 6:14 Arrive WaJanae.. 10:54 3:24 6:49 95 Z M-d "2. p 3 . m w : 3 3 2. - p z.r' MP CP 3 022 p p u CO Ui p C rt STATIONS. 3 c 2. 3 : a1 1 p ID 'A O 3 O 3? H 3 . a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m .Leave vaianae....6:44 1:22 4?1 Leave Ewa Mill. ...7:19 9:10 2:07 3:51 4:51 jeave .feari Uity..7:50 9:43 2:38 4:22 5:22 Arrive Honolulu. ..8:23 10:30 3:11 4:55 5:55 Freight trains will carry passenger ac commodations. P. C. SMITH, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. m. if. utamauiH, superintendent. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. 4 B CO e a CD P 3 CD O 0M9 p Oft a o o o Day. ' ft a ft a p.m. a m. ! a.m. a.m. 'a.m p.m Hon Tues , Wed Thu 8.48 a.m. 10.21 7.45 11.46 5.00 5.5(5,6.14 p.m 9.49 10.10! 0.27 6.0 p.m. 2.6 4.23 5.55 C.14 5.5-6.14 5.546.15 ii i3 p.m. a.m 30 10.46 11.45 p m. 0.3b 1.5 1.37 2.6 6.35 6. 43 7.3 7.25 31-11.88 1! a.ra. Si O.'i 3 l.ll 1.00 Fn 5.5.i 5.53 6.16 1-53 2.47 3.42 Sat 7.2 (5.52 0.15 Sun .. 7.4; 7.57 5.51-6.16 The tides and moon phases are given In Standard time. The time of eun and znoon rising: and setting being given for all ports in the group are in Local time, to which the respective corrections to Standard time applicable to each difter tat port should be made. Tbe Standard time whistle sounds at 22h. om. 0s. (midnight), Greenwich time, which is In. Sum. p. m. of Hawaiian Stan dard time. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By the Government Survey. Published Every Monday. THfcRM Barometer corrected for temperature nd elevation, but not for gravity. - VESSELS IN PORT. NAVAL. U. S. S. Bennington, Nichols, cruise, March 10. TJ. S. Training Ship Mohican, Book, San Francisco, March 19. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not include coasters.) Am. ship H. B. Hyde, Colcord, San Francisco, January 30. Am. bktn. Arago, Greenleaf, in dis tress, February 14. Ger. bk. H. Hackfeld, Barber, Liver . pool, February 19. Am. bktn. John Smith, Groth, Kahului, March 6. Am. ship Iroquois, Taylor, San Fran cisco, March 7. Am. schr. Robert Searles, Piltz, New- castle. March 7. Br. ship Western Monarch, Evans, Liverpool, March 10. Am. bktn. Irmgard, Schimdt, San Fran- cisco, March 11. Am. schr. Bowden, Fjerem, Westport, N. Z., March 13. Am KVtn milritnl- Pntlr PnrhTnwn- i. bab'jm 5? F 3 p S 19 30.09 29.99 S 20 30. lu 30.0 M 21 3a.ll JO. 01 T 22 30.10 30.03 W;23 30.08 30.00 T 24 30.03 2(5.96 P 25 29.9: 2i.3 s 5 3? ? ? ft g r g 66 77 .33 88 6-10 s-N 1 67 7o .53 9 J 10 NE 0-1 C5 75 2 3 7810 NE 0-1 03 75 .65 77 8 HE 3 69 74 .17 74110 NS 4 62 74 .27 74110 NW-NE 0-3 .65 74 3. 90 4j -7 NE i X fctt-vi. -- - - ' ' A cenri ?iTareh 15. "Am. bk. Mohican, Saunders, San Fran- I Cisco, March 16. ; m. bk. Fresno, Underwood, Port I Townsend, March 16. Jm. schr. Robert Lewers, Goodman, J San Francisco, March 17. Am. bk. Alden Besse, Potter, San Francisco, March 20. Am. bk. R. P. Rithet, Thompson, San Francisco, March 22. Am. schr. W. H. Talbot, Bennecke, Port Gamble, Mar. 25. Notice to Ship Captains. U. S. Branch Hydrographlc Office, San Francisco, Cal. By communicating with the Branch Hydrographic Office in San Francisco, captains of vessels who will co-operate with the Hydrographic Office by recording the meterological observa tions suggested by the office, can have forwarded to them at any desired port, and free of expense, the monthly pilot charts of the North Pacific Ocean and the latest information regarding the dangers to navigation in the waters which they frequent Mariners are requested to report to the office dangers discovered, or any other information which can be uti lized for correcting charts or sailing directions, or in the publication of the pilot charts of the North Pacific. W.S.HUGHES, Lieutenant, United States Navy. The High Reputation Of the Criterion Barber Shop, since the advent of the introduction of the - individual cups, is constantly increas ing. People, who formerly shaved at -home, now patronage this shop. smppiss isiewcehce. DEPARTURES. Stmr. MokoUi, Bennett, for Labaina, Molokai and Lanai. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu ports. Stmr. Kac-na, Mother, for Waialua ports. Stmr. James Make?, Tullett, for Ka- paa. VESSELS LEAVING TODAY. Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, for Laha ina, Maaiaea, ivinei, .uaKena, .uanuKo- na, Kawalhae, Laupahoehoe, Pepeekeo Oncmea, Papaikou, Hilo and Pohoiki at 10 a. m Stmr. Maui, Freeman, for Lahaina, Kahului, Keanae, Hana, Hamoa, Ki- pahulu and Nuu at 5 p. m. Stmr. Mikahala, Thompson, for Na wiliwili and Hanamaulu at 4 p. m Stmr. W. G. Hall, Haglund, for Na- : wiliwili (passengers only), Koloa, Ele "anaPe?e' Makawe!i Waimea and Kekaiha at 5 p. m. WHARF AHD WAVE DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA TION, March 28, 10 p. m The weath er is clear; wind, high, N. E. "The John Smith is awaiting a cargo sugar at the Emmes wharf, A barkentine was sighted off port at about dusk yesterday. She will be in. this morning. .The Claudine will sail again for Maui and Hawaii ports on the Kinau's route this morning. The Alden Eesse i3 loading sugar at the Oceanic wharf. She has entirely finished her discharging. rrhft TrAmmie onri Trro kt, awaiting susrar while the Roibert Searles is loading at the Emmes wharf, An Island schooner was seen off port last night, fche was unable to get in on account of the very heavy wind off shore. iThe Moana is due from San Fran- Cisco tomorrow while the Alameda will be in from the Colonies on the day following. rr-u -Kj t...., , ... nuo iueau auu' ivauai win Dotn sail for Kauai ports today. .The Waialeale will get out for Oahu ports if the weather is good. 1A basket of eggs that arrived from the Coast on the Zealandia is still awaiting the owner. (The inspectors are afraid they will hatch .before the owner arrives. IThe Klikitat has finished discharg ing and Will be ready for sea tomor row. Captain Cutler has been coming to this port with lumiber for the last 19 years and during, that time has made 53 successful voyages. . Inspector Storey is laboring under an hallucination just at the present time and for the purpose of proving to himself that what he thinks is so, he carries about with him, a pocket mir ror which he uses on all occasions. "RUBY" MADE A HIT. The Honolulu Boy's Bow as a Pro- - , . , iessionai muer. (Auckland Star). R. A. Dexter made his first appear ance as a cash rider at the Auckland Cycling Club's meeting held on Febru ary 23d, and was successful in annex ing some 7 in prize money. His finish ing sprint in the Quarter-mile Flutter was a sight ito be remembered, whilst the way he steered the tandem to vie tory in the Multicycle Handicap earned for him the plaudits cf those present. A Ship Bottom Point. A ship bottom paint consisting of seaweed, which, while green and moist, is ground in oil and mixed with litnargej leatl aCetate, turpentine and linseed oil. has been natented in Ens- land, says the Farben Zeitung. The coating is said to be not only a good protection against the adhering of shells, but also prevents worms from entering wooden ship bottoms or any wooden submarine constructions. -The mode of manufacture is as below: Into a certain quantity of linseed oil, say 48 liters, put one-half' pound of litharge and one-half pound of sugar of lead and boil for five hours at 600 de- crees Fah. Now bring this mixture to the right painting consistency with turpentine and add one-half liter of seaweed which has been ground in oil, in the green and wet condition, as gathered on the shore. For coloring, various substances, such as ochre, etc., may be added, whereupon the paint is ready for use. For Picking Up Corn. Holao, a native sailor of the steamed Maui was arrested yesterday afternoon and held for investigation. A tele phone message from the wharf called an officer to the place. It seems that the only offense the fellow was guilty of, was the gathering np of the corn that had been dropped from the bags as they wrere being discharged upon the wharf. This has been done by natives and others for a very long time back, and there has been no trouble over the matter. A cannon made of solid gold, mount' ed upon a carriage of rosewood, and inlaid with costly gems, is the unique bauble of warfare that has come into the possession of the Imperial Army of Berlin. It is valued at 5000. THE TACIFIG COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MARCH A LOSS OF ! Nearly Half of a Bark's Crew Washed Away. Cross Seas Broke On the Deck A Sudden Disaster No One Saw the Men Go Clearing Ship. ADELAIDE. March 1. The French FeVlx Faure which ar rived yesterday from Cardiff, reports the loss of 15 men at one time on 2d February, when the vessel was in Jat 43 deg. 10 min. S., and long. 67 deg. E I A sea broke on board from each sid completely filling the decks, and for a time the vessel staggered under rthe immense weight of water. She gave a considerable list to port, and after time the decks were cleared, and it was then found that 15 of the crew had been washed away. The suddenness of the catastrophe, together with the fact that the vessel was in heavy sea, pre vented the lowering of a boat, and the vessel continued cn her voyage with 16 men. Captain Fassard states no one saw the poor fellows washed overboard, and it was not until after the decks had been cleared (that it was found they were missing. Quite two miles must have been traversed before the posi tion "was realized, and the crew were so Unni in tmmWe w if L.. 1 . ar ot impossiointy to launcn ooats. it took the crew two hours ito clear the ship and secure the braces. Two others of the crew saved themselves by clutching hold of their com nan inns Give Yourself Weight. Don't give yourself away by accept ing any of the inferior brands of beer. Be onto yourself and insist on getting 'Rainier" and you will be looked upon as being intelligent and up-to-date. especially if you patronize the Favor ite Saloon. W. M. Cunningham, Proprieor of this well-known resort, has been in the business for many years, and is a connoisseur in liquors. His establish ment is always orderly, and, with the services of his assistant, Mr. Thomp son, customers are promptly supplied. J. Fill. There will be a special meeting of Pacific Lodge, No. 822, A. F. & A. M., at its Hall, Masonic Temple, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. WORK IN FIRST DEGREE. ; Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodge le Progres and all sojourning Brethren are fraternally invited to be present. By order of the R. W. M. H. H. WILLIAMS, v:. Secretary. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE. A BEACH LOT AT WAIALAE, OAHU. Pursuant to a license to sell the real estate hereunder described granted by A. Perry, First Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, March 18th, A. D. 189S, to the undersigned, guard ian of Kaheana Punahoa and Keliiaiai Punahoa, minors, notice is hereby giv en by said guadian that he will sell the real estate aforesaid to wit: All of Apana 3 of L. C. A. 2550 Royal Patent 2283, containing 29-100 of an acre and being a house lot on the beach at Wai- alae,Oahu, at public auction at the auc- tion rooms of Jas. F. Morgan in Ho- noium, on muit&UAx, me urn aay i rrT t TTT-k iv a tr i i -4 ill j of April, A. D. 1898, at 12 o'clock noon. Upset price, $400. Deeds at expense of purchaser. Honolulu, March 21st, A. D. 1S9S. PUNAHOA, Guardian as aforesaid. For further particulars apply to Kin ney & Ballou, Attorneys for the guard ian. 4873-6tTF ELECTION OF OFFICERS. 'At a regular meeting of the stock- holders of E. Peck & Co., Ltd., held this day, the following Officers and Directors were elected to serve for the ensuing year: James L. McLean President W. Wolters Vice-President E. Peck Treasurer and Manager C. C. Conradt Secretary N. E. Gedge Auditor Phe above officers constitute the Board of Directors. C. C. CONRADT, Secretary. Honolulu, H. I., March 25, 189S. 4S78-1W NOTICE. Vill the party who borrowed of T. C. Porter a volume of "Blount's Report;" also, a volume of "Report of Commit tee" please return the same to 4S77-3t F. F. Porter. TO LET. A comfortable house, corner of Bere tania and Punchbowl streets, contain ing 8 rooms, kitchen, bath-room, ser vants' rooms, stables and every con venience; 1 minutes' walk from Post Office. Vacant from 1st April. Apply to J. G. SILVA, At B. F. Ehlers & Co. 4S69-tf. SI PiCI LOW Baking powder at 25 cents or 30 cents a pound never ought to have been sold, because good baking powder is cheaper does more for the But now as the good newspapers say the excuse even less than ever. Your money back if you at your grocer's. ceanic Steamshi TIME The Fine Passenger Steamers This Port as Hereunder: FROM SAH FRANCISCO: MOANA MAR. 30 ZEALANDIA APRIL 13 ALAMEDA . APRIL 27 ZEALANDIA MARIPOSA . ZEALANDIA . . .UA1 J.1 MAY 25 JUNE S MOANA JUNE 22 In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are prepared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports. For further particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co. LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. aciflc Mail Steamship Co, AND Accidental & Steamers of the above companies will on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AHD CHINA: CHINA ...Mar. 30 BELGIC Apr. 9 PERU Anr. 19 RIO DE JANEIRO. May 7 GAELIC . . . .May 17 CITY OF PEKING. May 26 For freight and passage and all AGENTS. J. M. MONSARRAT. Ilfi SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND NOTARY PUBLIC. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES OF NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA. LOANS PLACED AND NEGOTIATED. CartwrigM Block, Merchant Street. Telephone 68. COFFEE LANDS for Sale or to Lease at Papa 2, Olelomoana 1, Kolo and Kaohe 4, in the celebrated Coffee District of Kona, Hawaii. These Lands wTill be sold either in large or small tracts to suit purchasers. Also: FOR SALE 1. 75 acres of Coffee Land at Nahiku, Maui. The Land lies well, is of excellent quality and is watered by a running stream most of the year. 2. 5 70-100 acres Taro Land at Waianu, Koolau, Maui, near Keanae. FOR LEASE 1. A House and Lot at Waikiki. The house is partly furnished and contains seven rooms and a lanai, kitchen, pantry, two bath rooms, servant's room, Carriage House and Stables. Good sea bathing. These premises will be leased for a term of years at a reasonble rental. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO. East Corner Fort and King Streets. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX Groceries, Provisions and Feed General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. o o o New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California, Eastern States and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Veg Goods Delivered to Any Part of Island Trade Solicited. O. BOX 145. : : : ELSLWV11AU11U11 Hawaiian Gazette Office. 29, 1893. money. times are coming back as the for cheap baking powders is don't like Schilling's Best iompany, TABLE: of This Line Will Arrive at and Leave FOR SAN FRANCISCO: - ALAMEDA MAR. 31 j ZEALANDIA APRIL 19 MARIPOSA APRIL 2S . MAY 17 ZEALANDIA MOANA i MAY 26 JUNE 14 JUNE 23 ZEALANDIA j ALAMEDA Oriental Steamship call at Honolulu and leave this port FOR SAN FRANCISCO: RIO DE JANEIRO ....Apr. 12 GAELIC Apr. 22 CITY OF PEKING . Apr. 30 DORIC .....May 10 CHINA ..... .V .May 20 BELGIC .May 31 general Information, apply to i iii fli etables, Fruits and Fish. the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed. : : : TELEPHONE 92 Q Lsn GO ticJ Ga Co. Go Ltd. iiiiiil fnnnr nn uu UUll 19 Ml Steamers of the above line, , running in connection with the CANADIAN DrTrTn T? TTAVA.V TOMPAXY be- tween Vancouver, B. C, and SMne7 N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, C, ITrmMnln Suva fFHH. and WelllDsMpDi N. Z., are Due at Honolulu: fn ni KrMif fVia Atoa holntr efatM. viz. From Vancouver and Victoria, B.C., Fo? Suva, Wellington, H.Z., and Sydney. MlUWERA ...APRIL II WARRIMOO ..MAY IS AORANGI JUNE 10 From Sydney, Wellington, N.Z.,and Swa For Yictoria and Vancouver, B.C. WARRIMOO APRIL IS AORANGI ' MAY 11 MIOWERA JUNE 8 Through tickets Issued from Hono lulu to Canada, United States and Eu rope. For freight and Passage and all general information, apply to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ld. GENERAL AGENTS. CMS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line, The Bark "IOLANI" will sail from New York to Honolulu on or about April 1, 1898. I sufficient inducement offers. Ad vances made on shiDments on liberal terms. For further particulars, address Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO..v27 Kilby Street, Boston or C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Honolulu Agents. LIMITED. Subscribed Capital ... Paid Up Capital...... Reserve Fund , .Yen 12,000,000 . " 7.500,000 . 5,464,000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kobe, London, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Bombay, Hong Kong. Transacts a General Banking and Exchange Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank: New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. L -THE- Will Collect your Accounts for you in a Prompt and Sat isfactory Manner. FOUR ACTIVE COLLECTORS are continually on the go, and others will be added with the increase of business. Returns made on all bins rnlientwi the day after collection. Special rates for SDecial class nf bills. Ring up telephone No. 256, or call around at 210 King street, for fuitlier information. Best Residence Lots For Sale. There 'are only Eight Lots situated on mauka side of Beretania Street, and lying between Punchbowl Street and Miller Lane for sale. It Is the only center premises for sale convenient for residences in market. Prices are very reasonable. . For terms and further particulars apply to W. C. ACHI & CO., Real Estate Brokers. Honolulu, February 16th, 1898. 4845-tf FOR RENT. Elegant Offices in the Single or en suite. Electric Elevator, Electric Lights Lavatory and Sanitary arrange- ' ments complete. Rooms ready for occupancy bv th 15th of April. " y ine For terms, inquire of i 4859-tf he Mil tt IK NEW PROGRESS BLOCK in mi i 0. 314 Fort Street.