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TIIE TACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY IS, 1593.
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Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
C.
G. BALLENTYNE,
Manager.
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commodations. F. C. SMITH, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
O. P. DENISON. Superintendent.
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By the Government Survey.
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ARRIVALS.
Tuesday, May 17.
Am. bktn. Irmerard. Schmidt, from
San Francisco.
Stmr. Noeau. Pederson from Kauai
ports.
Stmr. Kauai. Bruhn, from Kauai
oorts.
Br. S. S. Cape Otway, Savage, from
Vancouver.
DEPARTURES.
Tuesday, May 17.
O. S. S. Zealandia, Dowdell, for San
Francisco.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, for China
and Janan.
Am v Arrher. Calhoun, for San
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Francisco.
Stmr. Claudine, Cameron,
for Maui
stmr ATiknhala. Thompson, for
Kauai ports.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Haglund, for Ka
uai ports.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Thompson, for La-
"hninn
cr Mnnna Toa. Simerson. for Maui
and Hawaii ports.
VESSELS LEAVING TODAY.
Stmr. Maui, Freeman, for Paauhati,
Kukaiau, Olowalu, Ookala and Laupa
hoehoe at 10 a. m.
PASSENGERS.
Arrivals.
From Sun Francisco, per bktn. Irm-
trxrA Mav 17 Geo. A. Murdoch, wife
nnd 2 children. E. Durnan and wife,
-tir Tl lQr.f.r1W.f A F. InCd'SOll, R-
Will. . "t"V.uiv w
Swan.
Trvrm Vancouver, per Br. S. S. Cape
17 Mr nnd Mrs. C. G.
Johnson.
Departures.
vnr nn Francisco, per bk. Archer,
atoV 17 E. F. Mullen. J. Rutledge, E
Hoskins and wife, Miss Hoskins, .miss
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H. Bryant and Master x muv ec..
vnr ATnul norts. per stmr. Claudine,
May i7w. F. Storey, Jas. Bicknell,
t -n r-L-a Thns llvan. C. Keawe,
v vrpndenbersr. Mr. Gallagher,. Mrs.
in ti t Tinknnie. J. Josepa. wife
in, 11. ..... ,
and 2 children.
Vir TTnnrn Tier stmr. W. G. Hall,
ATn v 17 A. S. Wilcox. Mrs. W.
II.
Rice. C. Wolters, Mrs. H
Isenberg,
QbHff j. tl. Conev. W. Weinzheimer,
t Tillen. L. Weibke, Lydia Kanoa, S
TV Cowles. Mrs. Aldrich, J. I. Silva,
t? Xelson. F. Gay. Miss J. Smith, Miss
M. Bechert, E. Longheim.
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per
oTf Mnnnn. Txia. May 17 S. Hirai,
k W AAA A . - TT
ti t? Tlitpheock. M. B. Macfarlane, H
Ti-,f t-c. rr "UeYvavne.
i Anaraue, j
Tomes J. McCandless, Mrs. Scrimger
,innrrhter. Geo. Clark. Dr. Dahlkey,
Mi von Holt. Geo. IMcDougall, Geo
McDougall, Jr., J. Humburg, Mrs. Dr.
Weddick, WT. O. At water.
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Zea
ion,iif, ATnv 17 Dr. J. F. Gibbon and
fhe Misses Gibbon, Mr. and Mrs. Gains
mith "Mrs. C. J. Fishel and son, Mrs
P. A. Bemis, Miss F. A. Clarke, Miss
M. F. Clarke, W. B. Jones, N. E. May,
Miss Adair. Miss Mary Brooks, K. C
vnntt. P. S. Banks. Mrs. D. WT. McNi-
coll and two children, Mrs. J. L. Tor
bert and two children, Mrs. Cora Mar-
tin, Wr. Rankin, George Ford, Miss L-
Crocker, Mrs. Agnew, ir. uuu -uis.
e Tii-TinU Miss Lmmons, juukc
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1 Hfro f T.I fl Weil. AllbS V.auncu,
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Wr P Boyd, C. D. Chase, Miss L. M
Curtis, Miss F. L. Curtis, Mrs. Capt
JIUIUI HkilUIUUUI
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Sa?s, I. Levinjrston, Mr. and Mrs.
Louisson, C. H. Gorman, T. K. James.
T. A. Dri.co3J, Mr. and Mrs. Drake,
Mr. and Mr.-. J. A. Hopper, Mis3 Hop-j).-r,
Mrs. F. M. Mason, Mi?5 Mason,
Mrs. J. E. Kellf-r, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs
and two children. Rev. F. C. M. Lim
burir, Mr?. C. J. McCarthy and o chil
dren,' Mrs. Wiiiteilialter, E. Winship,
F. S. N., Mrs. Young and DC steerage.
IMPORTS.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Noeau,
May 17 bags sugar, 30 bags taro.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Kauai,
May 177,733 bags sugar, 40 bags rice,
44 bags rice bran, 24 bags taro and 24
bdls. green hides.
WHARF AKD WAVE.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA
TION, May 17, 10 p. m. The weather
is thick; wind, high, N. E.
The Iwa arrived in port early last
evening.
The Mokolii is due back from her
regular ports today.
The Kauai discharged sugar into the
A. J. Fuller yesterday.
The Gaelic got away for China and
Japan shortly after 4 p. m. yesterday, j
The S. S. Zealandia carried away
about eighty cabin and ninety-nine
steerage passengers.
The Zealandia got away for San
Francisco at 12 noon yesterday with
passenger and freight accommodations
taxed to their utmost.
The Zealandia took on eight extra
men for work in the steward's depart
ment. Some additional coal passers
were also engaged tor tne passage.
The W. G. Hall was over a half
hour late in getting away yesterday
afternoon. This was on account of
the delay in the arrival of her install
ment of fertilizer.
The American barkentine Irmgard,
Schmidt master, arrived in port yes
terday forenoon after a trip of about
12 days from San Francisco with a
cargo of , 1,000 tons of general mer
chandise for F. A. Schaefer & Co.
The American bark Archer, Calhoun
master, sailed for San Francisco at 10
a. m. yesterday lorenoon witn a cargo
of 22,761 bags of sugar weighing 2,
776,629 pounds, valued at $95,832 and
shipped by the following: F. A. Schae
fer & Co., C. Brewer & Co. and Castle
& Cooke.
The British steamer Cape Otway,
Savage master, arrived in por and
hauled alongside the Pacihc Mail
wharf at about 9:30 o'clock last night.
She will sail for Sydney today. The
Otway left Vancouver on the 7th inst.
and had a pleasant trip to this port.
She has no cargo for Honolulu. Her
cargo for Sydney consists of 100 pieces
of machinery, 94,901 feet of lumber
and 5,815 bags of flour.
Henry Clay Caldwell, United States
Circuit' Judge, with Mrs. and iMiss
Caldwell, left yesterday for the fam
ily home at Little Rock, Ark. Judge
Caldwell spent several months in Ho
nolulu and liked the place very much.
He may wrrite some articles upon the
social, economical and industrial as
pects here.
ONCE PATRONIZED ALWAYS
PATRONIZED
Is the motto of those who-visit the
Criterion Barber Shop. Some shops ex
perience a boom of customers for a
time, but sooner or later the business
drops back to the old rut. The reverse
is the case at the Criterion Shop, busi
ness is steadily on the . increase.
PUBLIC MEETING.
UPON THE REQUEST OF THE RE-
cent meeting of the Commltte on Cele
bration of establishment of the Hawai
ian Republic a meeting of American
and other Residents interested is called
to be. held at the Drill Shed this even
ing at 7:30 to consider the matter of
reception and entertainment of United
States itroops en route to Manila.
GEO. W. SMITH.
A COMPANION WANTED.
BY A LADY WHO IS RjuDIXG
norm nnontlv in ihc nit v A nnm f nrt-
i w v a a vAuAAca,7 a - t - a v y . .
w home can be secured by a young
j . f education as companion. One
employed during the day preferred,
References exchanged. M. E. L.,
Advertiser Office.
FERNS AND PLANTS.
Choice Potted Ferns, Crotons and
other plants for sale. Inquire of
AIRS. C. F. HERRICK,
Tel 307. Kewalo.St., Makiki.
BICYCLE OIL.
It is a well known fact among me
chanics in these Islands, that their
light lubricating Oils are utterly use-
less here. They dry up or run out of the
beariners: in fact you must use a far
heavier oil here than in colder coun
tries. Oil bottled in the United States
for sewing machine use is of no use to
lubricate a Bicycle
Bicycles here, do not. as a rule, get
enough lubricant. Of twenty Bicycles
overhauled on Monday in
The Honolulu Cyclery
231 KING ST.,
sixteen of them were absolutely dry
They needed.
Bailey's Best Bicycle Oi
Put up in tin cans, 25 cents each
which is just as cheap as light thin oil
Sailors and the 3!on.
A sailor on one of Uncle Sam's war
ships writes to a newspaper in his
native city as follows:
"Whatever scientists say to tho con
trary, every sea Captain knows that
moonlight can twist a man's face out
of shape if it shines on him while he
sleeps. And that it will spoil food, too,
much quicker than sunlight. One
might as well tell me that a whale
does not know when its trail is cross
ed, even when it is miles away. Whal
ers all know that, and if they can't
explain it, they are just as sure of it
as they are that there is a rise and
fall of tides.
"Moonlight will sour milk, too, a lot
quicker than sunlight, and it will spoil
pork or fish quicker, too. Townfolk
don't believe all this, but most farm
ers know it.
"Every seafaring man has seen how
moonlight acts. Down in the South,
where I've been a good deal, they say
that if the moon shines on a new-born
baby it will have green eyes. They
say the same thing in France, too."
Exchange.
REWARD OF MERIT.
At the CHICAGO CYCLE SHOW in
1S97, each visitor on entering the
Show was handed a coupon reading as
below:
"After viewing the exhibits, kindly
fill in the name of the Bicycle which
pleases you best as regards beauty
and mechanical merit, and deposit the
coupon in haillot box near exits.
Name of Bicycle, "
The "Shirk" received 17.4S9 ballots
against 12,377 the next 'highest. WThen
it is known that all the leading makes
of wheels in the United States were
on exhibition at this Show, the above
speaks for itself. The HONOLULU
BICYCLE CO. have secured the Agency
for this strictly high grade wheel.
IT WILL INTEREST YOU TO CALL
AND SEE IT.
The SHIRK is the best thing that
ever happened.
Auction Sale
OF
Residence on Emma St.
On Saturday, May 21st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction the. residence of
Mrs. C. F. Bush on Emma street below
the Royal School property and adjoin
ing the residence of Jas. Campbell, Esq.
The property has a frontage of 101
eet on Emma street and is from 178
to 200 feet deep.
There is - a commodious dwelling
house on the property, containing par-
or, dining room, 7 bedrooms, pantry,
etc.
There are also two cottages, contain
ing 2 rooms eacn. ut
An excellent opportunity to purchase
residence close to town.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F, Morgran,
AUCTIONEER.
Telephone 755.
P. O. Box 4.
Opening Announcement
Palama Co-operative Grocery Co.
LIMITED.
The Company Store is Now Open for
the Transaction of Business
And we shall be pleased to wait
upon our old customers wno so gen
erously patronized the former Palama
Grocery. New patrons will also be
offered every inducement to place
their orders with us. Orders by tele
phone or through the mails will re
ceive prompt attention. Don't forget
our motto was and always will be that
" A nim t1p siy nenee is better than a
lazy half crow;n."
H. CANNON.
Manager Palama Co-operative Gro
cery, Ltd., Opposite Railway Depot,
King street.
Honolulu, May 6, 1S9S.
WANTED.
BY DR. AUGER, A CENTRALLY"
located Cottage, suitable for family of
three. Applications to Dr. G. J. Auger,
Richards street, near Hawaiian Hotel
OAHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
ALL OWNERS OF LOTS IN THE
.Nuuanu Valley Cemetery are urgently
requested to attend a meeting of the
Oahu Cemetery Association, to be held
at the office of Bruce Cartwright, on
WEDNESDAY, May 18th, at 10 o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of the election
of Trustees and other important busi
ness. A full attendance is desired.
W. M. GRAHAM,
Secretary pro tem.
FOR SALE.
A FRESH COW, THOROUGHBRED
Jersey, with heifer calf at side. Also
the finest lot of Horses ever landed.
To be seen at residence of Hon. J. A.
Cummins.
HARRY J. AGNEW.
FOR SALE.
AN OLD VIOLIN STRONG AND
rich tone. To be seen at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s. A bargain for a professional.
!
Ask Your Doctor
what effect alum has upon the stomach. Then
make up your mind whether you will put any
more low-price baking- powder into your husband's
or children's food.
Sci'g's Best is pure cream of tartar and
soda. Xothine else.
ceanic Steamship Company.
TIME TABLE:
The Fine Passenger Steamers
This Port as Hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
MARIPOSA MAY 25
ZEALANDIA
MOANA
JUNE 8
JUNE 22
In connection with the sailing of the above steamer3, 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 Asrents
'aciflc Mail Steamship Co.
AND
Occidental
Steamers of the above companies will
on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
CITY OF PEKING May 26
DORIC June 4
CHINA . June 15 j
BELGIC June 2o
PERU July 5
COPTIC July 14
RIO DE JANEIRO July 23
For freight and passage and all
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AGENTS.
Real Estate and Financial Agents.
Telephone 678. , , . . 3U FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and Hilo, and
on ZZieSv?! bui.t for investors. No trouWe to show
property to intending purchasers
J. M. MONSARRAT.
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IH
r O M MI SSI ONE II O F DEEPS FOR THE STATES OF NEW YORK
LOMMIbalurn " CALIFORNIA
LONS PLACED AND NEGOTIATED.
Cartwright Block, Merchant Street. Telephone 68.
nrWXtt for Sale or to
ww. to rffPA
)USjiu V" , r.Ff00
KJinhe 4 in tne teieumicu -w -- .
ivaone iu i. flifhof irze 0r small tracts to suit
Will De SOIU VI icasta ivv
Also:
trrvr? qatF. Land3 in
Maui,
- - . 1 k Tinnca q n rl
furnished and f contains seven rooms
rooms servant's room, Carriage House ana toiaoies. uuu
The?e premises will be leased for a term of years at a reasonble rental.
PASTURAGE at Kuliouou, Oah i. '
cf This Line Will Arrive at and Leave
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
ZEALANDIA MAY 17
MOANA
. MAY 26
JUNE 14
JUNE 23
ZEALANDIA
ALAMEDA ..
Oceanic S. S- Co.
Oriental Steamship Co.
call at Honolulu and leave this port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
CHINA Stay 20
BELGIC May 31
PERU
.June 10
COPTIC June 19
RIO DE JANEIRO June 28
GAELIC Julyv, 8
CITY OF PEKING July 17
general Information, apply to
Hi !fl Fillil
A JJ UlAiii rvoi-.
Lease at rapa u 1 . .
District of ivona. Hawaii. j. awe ahuo
nistrirr. of Kona. Hawaii. These lianas
purchasers.
Oahu and
Molokai.
T.nt p. t Waikiki
The house Is partly
and a lanal, kitchen, pantry two bath
;, pantry, two bath
Good sea bathing.
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
. Steamship Company.
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Steamers of the above line, running
in connection with tho 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 VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B.C.
ForSuva.Wclliogton(N.Z.).ana Sydney:
AORANGI JUNE 10
MIOWERA JULY 8
WARRIMOO AUG. S
AORANGI SEPT, 2
MIOWERA SEPT. 30
WARRIMOO OCT. 2S
AORANGI NOV. 25
MIOWERA DEC. 25
FROM SYDNEY, WELLINGTON(N.Z.. & SUVA
For Victoria ani Vancouver (B.C.):
MIOWERA JUNE 8
WARRIMOO JULY 6
AORANGI AUG. 3
MIOWERA AUG. 31
WARRIMOO SEPT. 23
AORANGI OCT. 26
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. DAYIES & CO., Li, GenJgfs.
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
Kllby Street, Boston or
' C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
Honolulu Agents.
FOR RENT.
Elegant Offices, in tho
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
4859-tf
314 Fort Street.
Best Residence Lots
For Sale.
There are only Eight Lots situa'.ed
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 and further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
Honolulu, February 16th, 1898.
4845-tf
Consolidated Soda Woier ills Co.,
LIMITED.
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
- AGENTS.
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.
Robert Lewcrs. V. J. Lowrey. C. M. Cooke
LEAVERS & COOKE.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and
Building Materials. Office,
411 Fort St.
YEE SING TAI.
Matting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and
All Kinds of Furniture.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Cabinet Making and Paintinsr. Fort 8t.
Merchant Tailor.
623 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
SONABLE RATES.
Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis
faction guaranteed.
The Advertiser, delivered to any p-art
of the city for 75 cents a month.
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