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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 16, 1597.
r WW 8 me Pacific Ciiiral feiiisei Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Yen Holt Block, King Street. C. G. BALLENTYNE, Manager. SKIPPiliG IHTELLISENCE. ARRIVALS. Friday, April 15. -uisbiuiiary ut'Aei .wominir our, t : . . i -.c ; from Micronesia. Stmr. Jame3 Makee, Tullet, from Kapaa. Rtmr. ports. Kauai, Bruhn, from Kauai DEPARTURES. Friday, April 15. Stmr. Warrimoo, I lay, for Victoria, Smr. Mauna Loa, Simerson, for Maui and Hawaii ports. Stmr. James Makee, Tullet, for Ka- paa. S t m r. loa. Mikaha'.a, Thompson, for Ko- PASSENGERS. Arrivals. I- rorn Micronesia, per stmr. Morn ing Star, April 15. From Ruk: Miss Helen F. Price, Mrs. F. M. Price, Miss Annette Palmer, Miss Louise E. Wil son. From Jaluit: P. H. Kirnm, Chris topher Ingalls, Rev. Lanien, Mrs. Lani- en. From Butaritari: Robt. Anderson, L. Skonfelt. From Caroline Islands: J. Higgins, Geo. Higgins, Miss Lily Higgins. From Apiang: Rev. L. M. Mitchell. From Gilbert Islands: Rev. S. P. Kaaia and wife, J. Manaia, Miss H. Kaaia, Rev. Z. S. H. Paaluhi and wife and 3 children. Departures. For Kona and Kau, per stmr. Mauna Loa, 'April 15. J. Coeper, Mr. McAn drews, J. Alstrom, C Hancock, J. D. Paris, W. M. Giffard, A. W. Carter, N. Kauhane, C. Bosse, Father Victor, L. Whitehouse, L. P. Scott, C. Hancock. From 'Makaweli, per stmr Kauai, April 15. E. Omsted, A. Tibbs, R. Mist, Mrs. Mist. IMPORTS. From ;Kapaa. per stmr. James Ma kee, April 15. 2500 bags sugar for C. Brewer & Co. and 150 sks rice for E. O. Hall & Son. From Kauai, per stmr. Kauai, April 15. 7000 bags sugar for W. G. Irwin & Co. and 73 sks taro. WHARF AHD WAVE. DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA TION, April 15, 10 p. m The weather is clear; wind, light, East. The Claudine will be in from Maui and Hawaii ports today. The Iwa came in from Waialua and (Kaena "Point Thursday night. She will not go out again until Monday. The C.-A. S. S. Warrimoo, Hay com mander, got away for Vancouver and Victoria at 5 p. m. yesterday, the time she was advertised for. The Morning Star is at Brewer's wharf. Tho captain has made a strict iorder forbidding any of the crew from selling their curios aboard ship. The James Makee returned yester day morning with reports of fine weather on the Garden Isle. Sugar left as follows: Kilauea. 4100; Hanama u hi, 5500; Lihue, 1G00; Koloa, 2500; Makaweli. 500; Kekaha. 3500; Kapaa, 9000. 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. Born on the Train. A bouncing boy was born to a native woman on board the early morning train of Oahu Railway yesterday. The woman was going to Waikele for a fortnight with friends. She was taken ill when a few miles from town and several women aboard were called to her assistance. At Kalauao the mother left the train with her child and last evening was reported as quite well. Mr. Cooley was conductor of the train. STORES TO LET. The large store in Waverley Block, formerly occupied by B. F. Ehlers & Co., will be subdivided and applica tion should be made at once to Henry Waterhouse & Co., for stores of con venient size and good location. HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO. PERSONAL .MENTION. G. B. Davis, a sightseer, recently a visitor to the islands, was heard to remark that in all his travels he had never been groomed in 'as satisfactory a manner as at the Criterion Barber Shop. Individual cups for rent for a aomial sum, if desired. Secretary Long declares that there is not a mine marked on the government's map of Havana iharbor. There are people who claim it is time for Uncle Sam -to get a map that has "mine marked on the whole island of Cuba. The Globe, St. Paul. .MORNING STAR ARRIVES. Missionary Packet Returns From South Pacific. Tb' missionary packet, Morning: Star, Bray master, returned to port at alout 12 noon yesterday, after a cruise of about ninf months' duration through the islands of Micronesia, distributing provisions to the missionaries at work among the natives. She came in look- ing neat and clean, and not at all as if she had been on a loner cruisp. The trip throughout, with the excep- tion or a ery uays, is reported by tne i , . ....... I . - cantain anr matpv hp n? mn?f n pa?, ant. The worst tinner that hanDened to the Morning Star was the parting of her main boom in a bloow met with while on the way from Ruk here. The Morning Star started from this port on July 2Sth of last year, and ar- rived here on April 15th, just a few days lacking nine months. The missionaries were met and talk ed witn at all ports along the route. They seemed to be more and more en couraged. The work was getting along splendidly and the more the natives learned, the more anxious they seemed to learn. Some changes in consequence of missionaries returning home, were necessary. Rev. Mitchell who went down on the Morning Star in July, returned to Ho nolulu. "While the Star was at work among the islands, he taught and preacneu in ApaianK. itute a reunion is reported under his administration. Messrs. Anderson and Scumfelt, were among the return missionaries trom Butaritari in the Gilbert Islands. The latter went to this place two years ago to spread the Gospel among the na tives. No one sent him. He simply saw there was a neld for work ami went, earning his own bread as he went along and imparting as much knowl edge as he could. He is now returning to his home in Los Angeles. Mr. Scum- felt says the children in the Gilbert islands are just as other children. Some are bright while others are dull. If there is one branch they pick up more quickly in than others, it is mathe matics. Among the other return missionaries are Miss Foss, assistant to Mrs. Logan in the girls school at Ruk; Miss Pal mer of the Kusaie girls school, now on her way home; Miss Wilson of the Kusaie school, returning home for treatment of her eyes; Mrs. Price, whose husband is in charge of the work at Ruk; Miss Price, returning to the States to be educated; John, Hig gins, a half white with relatives both here and in the United States; Rev. S. Kaaia, wife and daughter and Rev Ka paaluhi, wife and three children. Mr. Kimra was one of the passen gers from the Marshall Islands, where he has charge of the business of Mrs. Ingalls, whose husband, now deceased, was at one time American Consul to Samoa. He is here on business and will visit the States. He has in his care Master Christopher Ingalls, son of Mrs. Ingalls, who came up to be edu cated. Chief Engineer Ranear is the posses sor of a bottle club, given him by Ma taafa, the Samoan chief who is now an exile in Jaliut. He called on the old chief and upon asking him what curi ous he had, was shown various things. Ranear got his eyes on the club and asked him how much he would take for it. "Are you an American," asked Ma taafa. The answer being in the affirm ative, the old chiet answered : very well, you may have it for nothing." Mate Anderson had troubles enough of his own wuue in Micronesia. Sever al times he made attempts to paint the Morning Star, "but no sooner had he done this, than the natives swarmed about and destroyed his work. It was necessary 'for him to postpone all oper ations, until leaving the islands for good. The Star left Ruk on March 7th, and during the time that elapsed before ar riving here, steamed about five days. Some ten days of bad weather. was met with. BORN. SOULE In this city, April 14, 1S9S, to the wife of Captain A. L. Soule, a son. NOTICE. A SPECIAL .MEETING OF THE Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will be 'held at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, on this Saturday, the lGth inst., at 10 a. m. GEO. W. SMITH, Secretary. DEUTSCHER GOTTESDIENST. HERR PASTOR ISEXBEItG WIRD am Sonntag den 17 April, Vormntags 11 Uhr in der Y. M. C. A. Hall predigen. DER KAISERLICHE KONSUL. NOTICE. MR. W. P FOTEN II A U E R HAS been elected as Treasurer of our Com pany in place of Mr. C. Bosse, resign ed. H. HAOKFELD & CO., LTD. Honolulu, April 15, 1S9S. Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to Foreclose and of Sale. 'Jiice :s nereuy given mat ov virtue of a power of sale contained in a cer tain mortgage dated the 10th dav cf October, A. D, 1S9G, made by Isaiah K. Pahee, Hattie Puhi and D. K. Puhi, her husband, all of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, to Frederick L. Leslie of said Honolulu, recorded in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances, in Liber 163, 10110s 4o-'-d4, tne sam Frederick L. Leslie, mortgagee, intends to foreclose said mortra2'e fnr a breach rt nnnrt. I " a " - Wiivi tions in said mortgage contain n- 1 .. f v wit- th nnn.mvmcnt when due. Notice is also hereby given, that all and singular the lands, tenements and hereditaments in said mortgage contained and described will be sold at public auction at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan, on Queen street, in said Honolulu, on Monday, the ISth day of April, A. D. 1S9S, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, The property in said mortgage is thus described, namely: All that certain piece of land situate in said Kapalama, llonoiulu and described as follows: Be ginning at the South corner of this lot and the West corner of lot described in agreement made between William Hammond and D. P. Kaiena and Kaui dated August 12, 1S91, and running about N. 51 deg. SO min. E. 110 feet along said lot to a road; thence N. 42 deg. 30 min. W. 45 feet along said road; thence South Westerly 110 feet to a point 48 feet from the point of beginning, thence to point of begin ning; and being a portion of Royal Patent No. 401 to P. Kanoa and the same premises that were conveyed to the said D. K. Puhi and Hattie Puhi by William Fries and M. H. Hecht by deed dated August 20, 1S96 and recorded in the Office of the Registrar of Con veyances in said Honolulu in Liber ICS, folios 198-9, the said D. K. Puhi's one undivided half of said premises having been conveyed to the said Isaiah K. Pahee by deed dated August 2G, 189G, and recorded in the Office of the said Registrar in Liber 165, folios 197-8. Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to J. M. Monsarrat, attorney for mortgagee. FREDERICK D. LESLIE, Mortgagee. Dated Honolulu, March 25, 1898. Lodge Le Progres De 1'Oceanie. NO. 124, A. & A. S. RITE. There will be a special meeting of Lodge Le Progres de L'Oceanie. No. 124, A. & A. S. Rite, at its hall, Fort street, near Hotel THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. WORK: THIRD DEGREE. Members of Hawaiian and Pacific Lodges and all sojourning brethren are fraternally invited to attend. By Order of the W. M.: THEO. P. SEVERIN, Secretary. FOR SALE. THAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY situated at Honalo, North. Kona, Ha- waii, two miles from Keauhou Land- ing, comprising a suostantiai iouse cx ii u. jjuuuiuga 1 11 gvjvju uiuci. i ui .j - Ave acres of Land well walled. Two Cisterns capacity 330 barrels. Coffee, Orange and other Fruit Trees. Title fee simple, unencumbered. A rare chance. Address: GEORGE F. CARSLEY, Kealakekua P. O., N. Kona, Hawaii. NOTICE. Choice Thoroughbred White Leghorn Eggs suitable for hatching for sale. C. F. HERRICK. P. O. Box 409. NOTICE. The Maunawili Ranch at Kailua, Oahu, has still on hand a few thou sand six-months old Guatemala Coffee seedlings, which the owners are pre pared to furnish at reasonable prices in quantities to suit. Apply at the of fice of Wm. G. Irwin & Company, Limi ted, agents. ESTATE OF THE LATE HAWES. A. G. S. ALL CLAIMS ON THE ABOVE Estate which have not yet been presented should be immediately sworn to and handed to the under signed in duplicate. (Signed.) F. M. SWANZY, Attorney for Executor. Honolulu, April 13, 1S9S. MEETING NOTICE. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Hawaiian Jockey Club will be held at the rooms of the Pacific Club, this city, on MONDAY, APRIL ISth next, fori w Si?S , i 3. G. WILDER. Secretary. Honolulu, April 11th, 1S9S. NOTICE. NEITHER THE CAPTAIN NOR the Agents of the ship "A. J. Fuller" will be responsible for any debts con tracted by the crew while at this port. C. BREWER & COMPANY, Agents. Honolulu, April G, 1S9S. The that does the most work to the cent. Schzlhnpr's 3 your grocers. S TIME The Fine Passenger Steamers This Port as Hereunder: FROM SAH FRANCISCO: ALAMEDA APRIL 27 ZEALANDIA MAY 11 MARIPOSA MAY 25 ZEALANDIA JUNE 8 MOANA JUNE 22 Oceanic 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 lork 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 Occidental $ Steamers of the above companies will on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: PERU .Apr. 19 RIO DE JANEIRO May 7 GAELIC May 17 CITY OF PEKING May 26 DORIC June 4 CHINA June 15 BELGIC June 25 PERU July 5 COPTIC July 14 mn n TANP,mrt Tiv -)-! For freight and passage and all AGENTS. J. M. MONSARRAT. mum n SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND NOTARY PUBLIC. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES OF NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA LOANS PLACED AND NEGOTIATED. Cartwright Block, Merchant Street. Telephone 68. COPPEE 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 will 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 i3 watered by a running stream most of the year. 2. 5 70-100 acres Taro Land atWaianu, 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 IN Groceries. Provisions and Feed . ftpnpral fiorpnk for thP. fnitariiim Brand nf Health Fnndv u. Ufcvo.u . New and Fresa Goods Beclfedb Every Packet from California. Eastern States and European Markets. scanaara uraaes or uannea v egeiauies, r runs uuu hsj. Goods Delivered to Any Part of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Island Trade Solicited. P. O. BOX 145. FOR SALE. NEW RAMBLER BICYCLE. WITH Lamp. The wheel is practically new, having only been ridden one month. Apply in writing "D. E. F.," Advertiser office. baking powder Best at U30 teamship Company. TABLE: of This Line Will Arrive at and Lave FOR SAS1 FRANCISCO: i ZEALANDIA APRIL 19 1 MARIPOSA appit. ?s ZEALANDIA MAY 17 MOANA MAY 26 ZEALANDIA JUNE 14 ALAMEDA JUNE 23 Oriental Steamship call at Honolulu and leave this Dort FOR SAN FRANCISCO: GAELIC Apr. 22 CITY OF PEKING Apr. 30 DORIC May 10 CHINA May 20 BELGIC May 31 PERU June 10 COPTIC June 19 RIO DE JANEIRO June 28 GAELIC July 8 CITY OF PEKING July 17 general information, apply to to. Ltd. m n Mil am : : TELEPHONE 92. WANTED. GOVERNESS TO TEACH ENGLISH and French: one pupil- Hours from 9 to 12 a. m. State references and terms. Adress 'H. R.," ADVERTISER OFFICE. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company. Steamers of the above line, runnin ?n nnnocHnn tvlfh the CANADIAN- PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY be tween Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney. N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu. Suva (Fiji), and Wellington. j N. Z., are DUE AT HONOLULU On or about the dates below stated, viz: FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B.C. For Suva. Wellington (N.ZO.anJ Sydney: MIOWERA APRIL 15 WARRIMOO MAY 13 AORANGI JUNK 10 MIOWERA JULY 8 WARRIMOO AUG. 5 AORANGI SEPT. 2 MIOWERA SEPT. 30 WARRIMOO OCT. 2S AORANGI NOV. 25 MIOWERA DEC. 25 FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTON tN.Z. & SUVA For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.): AORANGI MAY 11 MIOWERA JUNE 8 WARRIMOO JULY 6 AORANGI AUG. 3 MIOWERA AUG. 31 WARRIMOO SEPT. 2S AORANGI OCT. 26 MIOWERA NOV. 23 WARRIMOO DEC. 21 Through tickets Issued from Hono lulu to Canada, United States and En rope. For Freight and Passage and all gen eral information, apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Li., Gen.Agts. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line, The Bark "IOLANI" will sail from New York to Honolulu on or about April 1, 1898. If sufficient inducement offers. Ad vances made on shipments on liberal terms. For further particulars, address Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby Street, Boston or C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Honolulu Agents. FOR RENT. Elegant Offices in tho URIV PRIOR Single or en suite. Electric Elevator. Electric Lights; Lavatory and Sanitary arrange ments complete. Rooms ready for occupancy by the 15th of April. For terms, Inquire of E III S CO. 4859-tf 314 Fort Street. 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 lor 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 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1THE First Judicial Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In Probate. In the mat ter of the Guardianship of GEORGE ALLWEINS, an Insane Person. Order of notice and pub lication. Upon reading and filing the petition of Helen Kamahalo Allweins in which petitioner recites that petitioner is the wifo of George Allweins; that said George Allweins is an insane person and residing without the Republic of Hawaii, but having estate therein; that it is proper that a Guardian should be appointed and praying that David Day ton be appointed Guardian of the per son and estate of said insane person. Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered that all persons having any interest in the premises appear before me at my chambers in the Judiciary Building in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, on MONDAY, the 18th day of April, A. D. 1898, 10 o'clock A. M., then and there to show cause if any they have why the prayer of the peti tioner herein should not be granted. And it i3 further ordered that a certified copy of this Order be pub lished daily for two weeks in the Paci fic Commercial Advertiser, a daily newspaper printed and published in the English language in Honolulu aforesaid. Dated at Honolulu, H. I., April 1st, A. D. 1898. (Sig.) A. PERRY, First Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian' Islands. I certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Order of Notice of Publication now on file in the Clerk's oCice of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Isl ands. P. D. KELLETT, JR. 4SS3-lit Clerk. n Iff PROGRESS BLOCK. t I