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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 2. 19S. me Piicilic GoMclnl MM Issued Every Morning, Except Hun (Jay, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. WHARF AND WAVE. DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL ST A- C. G. BALLENTYNE, Manager. METEOROLOGICAL KECORD. By the Government Survey. Published Every Monday. TION. May 1, c!(-ar; wiud. Ki p. rn. The east. weather in from Kauai for s s M T W T 2.', BaRovi ;thkks:1 5 CO ! . to i ? p i .,ii.io,:jo.oi; li'J.lo'-iO.Ooj i'J aj.oi;jy.'j,.)l -44 v 14 7) .5 til 8(1 Mi hi; itj 5 'c ! 2:?!? 2. I c .'17.); 1 w-e : J .00,74' 1-5 sw-k i 1 .Il.'j67! N N K 1 1- .onv, 5-1 nne :0-) HJ;71: 2 K-sv 1 1 2-7 sw-N , 1 I I 1 Barometer corrected for temperature zid elevation, but not for gravity. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. Day, 1 i-uv, i or- ; t-i a po ! rf? 1-: ! ! o a 1 Mon .... Tuts. ... Wed. ... Tim Ifri bat Bun p.m. a rn . a.m. 2! U.C7. t;.V j.iu, l.n 2 1..VJ, 4.12! 4 r,5' 2 1t .i.21' 4 4 v.i; 7.1 8.11 b; 5.41 4. no id. 0 1 I ; 5 j 3 5 v. TV p.m. a.m p.m p.m. 7.."0 5.2 8.4 1 'j.-iS 6.L't; 4.4S 0.27 6. ji; 5.H 10. 5. 20 (i.27 .2 11. 0.7 7.:i2 5.25 0. 8.ii'J 11. in. 1 1 U.-.G .".2" 'i.2 y 3 The tides and moon phases are given In Standard time. The time of sun and raoon 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 differ ent port should be made. The Standard time whistle sounds at 12h. 0m. 0s. (midnight). Greenwich time, which is lh. Sum. p. m. of Hawaiian Stan dard time. SHIPPING iiiTELLiCLaCE. ARRIVALS. Saturday, April 30. Am. schr. King Cyrus, Christiansen, from Newcastle, N. S. W. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, from the leper settlement. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, from Kapaa. Stmr. Mokoiii, Bennet, from Molo kai, Lanai and Maul. Stmr. Iwalani, Gregory, from Ha makua. Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Thompson, from Lahaina. Stmr. Upolu, Hellingsen, from Ha jvaii ports. 'Sunday, May 1. Argentine bk. Himalaya, Dearborn,, from Newcastle, N. S. W. Br, S. S. Paroo, Medley, from Syd ney. P. M. S. S. City of Peking, Smith, from China and Japan. Stmr. Maui, Freeman, from Maui ports. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Haglund, from Ka uai ports. Stmr. Kaena, Mosher, from Oahu ports. DEPARTURES. Saturday, April 30. Am. ship Iroquois, Taylor, for New York. VESSELS LEAVING TODAY. iStmr. Kaena, iMosher, for Mokuleia and Waialua at 12 m. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, for Koloa and liana pope at 4 p. m. Waialeale, Parker, for Oahu ports at 9 a. m. (No freight for Waialua or Mokuleia.) Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, for Ka paa at 4 p. m. Stmr. Mokolii, Bennet, for Lahaina; Molokal and Lanal at 5 p. m. PASSENGERS. Arrivals. Prom Hamakua, per stmr. Iwalani, April 30 M. A. Gonsalves and 25 on deck. From Molokai, per stmr. Noeau, April 30 W. O. Smith, H. P. Baldwin, J. N. Wright, A. Hawkins, A. N. Ke poikai, W. C. Achi, W. F. Pogue, A. V. Gear, Judge Wilcox. Prof. Berger, Dr. W. F. Noblitt. G. B. Sellner, Rev. J. Kekepe and wife, Andrew Adams, Ma nuel Galott, Henry Alapai, Maria Kali kapu, Henry Waterhouse, D. K. Ka Jaaulelio, D. L. Conkling, Peter Akeau, Bro. Edward, H. E. Coleman, Rev. H. Kahana. Rev. Pearson, W. K. Hutchinson, Geo. Bruns, Mr. Rhodes, D. J. O'Leary, C. B. Reynolds, Chas. Wilcox, K. Sa mason, E. Norrie, Wr. Makanoa. Prom CVIaui, per stmr. Maui, May 1 D. B. Maconachie, W. Lrticas, E. Van diernai lien, S. F. Chillingworth, Jr., Adj. Simonson, H. R. Hitchcock, L. P. Scott, P. MaLane, Rev. S. S. White and children, D. H. Davis, Sam'l Parker, J. Hakuole, Kawamoto, Ah Tom, Ah Y"au and 31 deck. From Kauai ports, per stmr. W. G. Hall, May 1 G. N. Wilcox, Captain Spurgon, D. Donaldson, Mrs. M. Kaeo, H. iHamano and wife, iMiss Hamano and 29 on deck. From China and, Japan, per P. M. S. 3. City of Peking, May 1 Gen. M. Churchill. Miss M. C. Pratt, Edward A. Brown. Departures. For San Francisco, per P. M. S. S. City of Peking, May 1 Admiral Mil ler, 'Lieut. Rodgers, Lieut. Andrews, C. Bosse, C. von Ilamm. H. H. Sands, Miss Z. S. Sands, Mr. and Mrs. Landor, Mr. Rimmler, Miss Himmler, Miss Norrie, Miss Elsie Adair, L. L. Long, Dr. Walters, N. R. Knight. R. R. Sheridan, .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wide mann. Mrs. T. H. Thomas. Allan Her bert, J. L. Travis and 12 in the steerage. 'From Hamakua, per stmr. Iwalani. April 30 5,4 SS bags sugar and 117 bags coffee. Tlio Mikahala w ports th;:s morning. Tne Waiak-ale viil leave today a c;ri)plete circuit of this island. The Martha Davis and W. II. Dimond both need a few hundred mere bags of sugar to complete their cargoes. I ho Planter from San Francisco, may be in before- the Saturday steam er. She is supposed to have sailed on April 23d. The American ship Iroquois, Taylor master, sailed from this port Satur day, taking a full cargo of sugar. The Captain cleared for New York but may not go there. The Cape Otway will return to this port from Vancouver with a cargo of general merchandise. She is supposed to have sailed on April 24th, three days later than the Alameda from San Francisco. The Ke Au Hou came in from La haina, Saturday night with a full lead of sugar. She reports fine weather at that port with winds variable and smooth seas. There were 1,000 bags of sugar left at Iahaina. The Upolu sailed for Hawaii ports yesterday in charge of Captain Xeil son, formerly of the J. A. Cummins, this on account of the illness of Cap tain Hellingsen who will remain in Honolulu until he is better. The Upo lu went out without a mate, it being impossible to find a man to fill that place. . The Argentine bark Himalaya, Dear born master, arrived in port yester day afternoon, 70 days from Newcas tle, N. S. W., with a cargo of 1,377 tons of coal. She experienced very rough weather on the trip. The Captain says he sailed all over the Pacific Ocean. The chart looks very much that way. The Captain brought his wife with him. ' The American schooner King Cyrus, Christiansen master, arrived in port Saturday, 57 days from Newcastle, N S. -W., with a cargo of 1.1S0 tons ot coal to order. On the way up a leak. was discovered in the King Cyrus, making it necessary for the Captain to .throw 250 tons of coal overboard to save the ship. A stowaway came on the King Cyrus. The British steamship Paroo, "Med ley master, arrived in port shortly after noon yesterday on her way to Vancouver which port she will sail for on Wednesday or Thursday. She sail ed from Sydney, on April 9th. The Paroo is consigned to Theo. H. Davies & Co. She brought 51 through passen gers, 49 of whom are Klondik'ers. There are 5 stowaways aboard. The Paroo is in the stream. The P. M. S. S. City of Peking, Smith commander, arrived in port and hauled alongside the Pacific Mail wharf at about 10:30 a. m. Sunday, over 10 days from Yokohama, which port she sailed from on April 20th. She experienced bad weather with head winds all -the way, this causing her delay. Besides three cabin passen gers the Peking brought 141 Japanese and 41 Chinese laborers. The W. G. Hall came in from Kauai ports as usual Sunday morning. Her report is as follows: .Hanamaulu fin ished grinding for the season on April 30; at 4 p. m. Saturday, steamer Mi kahala loading sugar at Makaweli; had 3,000 bags aboard; Waimea rough with heavy southerly swell running into that place. Sugar left, as follows: 30,000 bags with K. S. M., 3,500; Mak., 0,300; G. & R., COO; E. L. P., 700; S., S00; H. iM., 2,700; L. P., COO; M. S. Co., 10,000; K. P., 5,000. The Kaena had a rather rough time of it on her last trip to Oahu ports. When she. arrived Saturday night, Captain Mosher made the following report: "Arrived in Puuiki, April 28th at 5:20 p. m.; could not discharge freight on account cf surf at landing; lay at anchor all might; started freight, 29th; at 4 a. m.. finished at 10 and began taking on sugar; at 3 p. m., had to quit on account of low wtater and rough sea; started again next day; up on leaving for Honolulu it was very rough at Puuiki. Landed Waialua freight there as it was breaking across the channel at Waialua. NOTICE. AIR. J. M. DOWSETT will act for me during my absense from the Ha waiian Islands, under power of attor ney. Honolulu, April 30, 1S9S. C. BOSSE. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mr. W. W. Chamberlain is authorized to collect all moneys due to me during my absence from the Republic. JI. G. WOOTTEN. Honolulu, April 30, 1S9S. "Better Than New." A customer's comment on a broken Bicycle frame after it hakl been re paired at me ion . pi. 231 KING ST. Because so many Bikes are too thin in Tube, JUST where strength is most wanted. Forgings and fittings in stock, are made to order by competent workmen for every make of machine now used in Honolulu. Established 1S92. GOOD WORK ONLY. Pioneer BuiligjUoen Associaiion THE REGULAR MONTHLY" MEET ing of the Pioneer Building and Loan Association will be held at the Cham ber of Commerce on MONDAY EVEN ING, May 2, lvj$, a: 7:30 o'clock. Payments are required in gold. A. V. GEAR, Secretary. W. T. M0NSARRAT. VEh-... x.x' SURGEON AND DEN TIST. TELEPHONES 101 & 020. Surf Riding. CANOES CAN BE OBTAINED AT Wright's Villa, Waikiki, at any time on "thirty minutes' notice. The canoes are fine specimens and are manned "by experienced natives. PL i CHARGES REASONABLE. Use onlv one heao- 1 ine teasDoonful of Best Bak- o ing Powder quart of flour. to a j. ox must use tzv: teaspoonfuls of other baking powder. 0 ceamc . Steamship Company. HSffGfflft We have heard people say, "Oh, yes, I would like to deal with P. J. Voeller & Co. as everything is so nice there, and they are so accommodat ing, but their prices seem high." We plead guilty to the first count and "not guilty" to the second. Our prices are lowest. Never do we ask more. EPICURIAN BRAND Shrimp in Tomato Sauce 15c Per Can For One Week. Let us be your Crocer, you'll pay no more possibly less and you'll be sure of first qualities at all times. ' P. J. YOELLER & Co. FORT & HOTEL ST. Agree With Us. Give us a fair trial in comparison with other Breads and we are confi dent of your decision. The GERMAN BAKERY 833 FORT ST. TELEPHONE G77. Engrossing and Illuminating DONE BY CHARLES K. HOPKINS. All orders left at the Pacific Hard ware Co.'s store will be promptly at tended to. FOR THE WAR. A YOUNG AMERICAN WHO PRO- poses to join with his countrymen for service against Spain if such opportu nity opens, would like to get into communication with others of the same mind. Please address "A B C." this office. SITUATION WANTED. BY A YOUNG MAN; AN EXPERI enced accountant. Position in Hono lulu or immediate vicinity Preferred. Best recommendations. Apply, "G. IL J.," Hawaiian Gazette Office. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE IN OAK LAND CALIFORNIA. A FINE HOMESTEAD IN THE best residence quarter, surrounded by an acre of ground; fine old palms, de ciduous trees, etc. Address "JI," 1206 Alice St., Oakland, Cal. NOTICE TO PATRONS. ON AND AFTER MAY 1st, THE undersigned will put on an additional wagon to accommodate the demand. Intending patrons will please tele phone to 1013. STAR DAIRY CO., LTD. Honolulu, April 29, 1S9S. riME TABLE: t The Fine Passenger Steamers cf This Line Will Arrive at and Leave This Port as Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: FOR SAH FRANCISCO: ZEALANDIA MAY 11 ZEALANDIA MAY 17 MARIPOSA MAY 25 j MO ANA MAY 26 ZEALANDIA JUNE S ! ZEALANDIA MOAN A JUNE 22 HOME FOR NURSE. A GOOD HOME FOR A SENSIBLE woman to do nursing and washing. Telephone 823. ROOMS AND BOARD. FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD can be had at 223 Punchbowl street. White cook. W. S. FAIRMAN. FOR RENT. 3 ROOMS. KITCHEN. BATH, ETC. Cottage unfurnished. Furnished cr un furnished rooms. Anply at 731 FORT STREET. JUNE 14 ALAMEDA JUNE 23 I 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 -- ccidental & Oriental Steamship Co. Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: RIO DE JANEIRO May 7 GAELIC May 17 CITY OF PEKING May 26 DORIC June 4 CHINA June 15 BELGIC . . . .June 25 .'RIO DE JANEIRO PERU July 5 COPTIC July 14 RIO DE JANEIRO July 23 FOR SAN FRANCISCO: DORIC - May 10 CHDNTA May 20 BELGIC May 31 PERU June 10 COPTIC . June 19 June 28 GAELIC July 8 CITY OF PEKING July 17 For freight and passage and all general information, apply to Op HacKfeld Co AGENTS. A Jury 0' Ladies A Jury of ladies sitting in judgment upon those new gloves we have just received would be most apt to render the following verdict: "Guilty of being just too sweet for anything." That would be rather a "gushy" way of putting if, but it would be none the less accurate. Call in and inspect them. We have them in TANS and MODES, PLAIN WHITE and WHITE WITH BLACK STITCHING. We really believe that we have the most complete line of Lace Insertions (20 Inches Wide) And range in price from $1 to 4 a yard. We also have gome especially notable offerings in Fancy Tucking. EH LERS & CO. Fort Street. FOR LEASE. Monuments and Headstones. For a long term of years, the desir- j able Pauoa pasture land, comprising i nKnnf -i d(-T-n limit 1 a nr&z: fan PAil ! level land on good road, suitable for dairy houses and sorghum. The only ranch land adjoining Honolulu. Rea sonable terms to responsible pirty. In spection solicited. Inquire of C. W. BOOTH, Tel. 494. The undersigned is prepared to do CEMETERY work cf all kinds, and supply MONUMENTS and HEAD STONES of which he has a great va-, rieiy of the latest and most artistic de- j signs, and will also supply stone cop ing separately for surrounding ceme tery lots. Estimates given in Marble, Granite. Hawaiian Stone, etc. FRED. HARRISON. ! Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with 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, N. Z., are DUE AT HONOLULU On or about the dates below stated. Tlx: FROM VA.NCOLVTR AD VICTORIA. B.C. For Sua. Wellington ;N.2.ana Sydney: i WARRIMOO 1 AORANGI 'MIOWERA . WARRIMOO j AORANGI .. MAY' 13 , JUNE 10 JULY" 8 AUG. S SEPT. 2 i MIOWERA SEPT. 20 WARRIMOO OCT. 23 i AORANGI NOV. 25 ! MIOWERA DEC. 25 j FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTON (.N. 2. , & SUVA I For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.): ! AORANGI MAY 11 MIOWERA JUNE 8 WARRIMOO JULY' 6 AORANGI AUG. 3 MIOWERA AUG. 31 WARRIMOO SEPT. 23 AORANGI OCT. 2S MIOWERA NOV. 23 WARRIMOO DEC. 21 Through tickets Issued from Hono lulu to Canada, United States and Eu rope. For Freight and Passage and all gen eral information, apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ld., Gen.Agts. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line. The Bark "Nuuanu" will sail from New York to Honolulu on or about July 15, 1S9S. 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 Agent. FOR RENT. Elegant Offices in tho w PROGRESS BLOC 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 III I CO. 4859-tf 314 Fort Street. Best Residence Lots For Sale. There are only Eight Lot3 situated on mauka side of Beretanla 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 ana further particulars apply to W. C. ACHI & CO., Real Estate Brokers. Honolulu, February 16th, 1898. 4845-tf AT MRS. DICKSON'S OFFICE, Woman's Exchange, you can have a good shampoo. Take your hair comb ings there to be made into a. switch, your soiled Panama or straw hats, gloves, ribbons, etc., to bo cleaned; also dresses, sponged and pressed. NOTICE. Choice Thoroughbred White Leghorn Eggs suitable for hatching for sale. C. F. HERRICK. P. O. Box 409. Ij. KONG TUB. Merchant : Tailor. 623& Fort St., Opp. Club Stables. FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES. Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis faction guaranteed. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. PA LAM A CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY" COMPANY, LTD. AT A MEETING OF THE ABOVE Company held April 2G, 1898, the fol lowing Officers were elected to serve for one year: T. B. Murray President Wm. McCand.'ess Vice-President George Cavenagh Secretary W. Wolters Treasurer C. B. Gray Auditor II. Cannon Manager F. J. Testa, Director, with the elect-, ed Officers shall constitute the Board of Directors. GEO. CANENAGI I, Sectretary. Honolulu, April 27, 1S9S.