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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 2S, 1S9S. le PogUIg Gtiai mneillser . Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Vcn Holt Block, King Street. C. G. BALLENTYNE, Manager. SHIPPIK3 illTELLSSEilCE. ARRIVALS. Friday, May 27. Stmr. Noeuu, Pederson, from Kilau a. Strnr. James Makee, Tullett, from Xapaa. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from Oaha ports. Stmr. "Waialeale, Parker, from Oahu ports. Stmr. Nocau, Pederson, from Ki? laua. Ftmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Makaweli. Stmr. Maui, Freeman, from Laupa jordioe. Snir. Iwalani, Gregory, from Kona vmf Hamakua. DEPARTURES. Friday, May 27. Am. schr. King Cyrus, Christiansen, ?or San Francisco. Am. bktre Planter, Dow, for Laysan island. Stmr. James Makee, Tullet, for Ka- Stmr. Mau mi Loa. Simerson, for Maui and JJawaii ports. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu ports. VESSELS LEAVING TODAY. Stmr. Iwalani, Gregory, for Ilono 7aa and Kukuihaele at 3 p. m. v PASSENGERS. Arrivals. From Kona and Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani, May 27 J. F. Humburg, G. H. Dunn and 7 on deck. From Kauai, per stmr Noeau, May 27 Dr. Mitamura, wife, 2 children and K on deck. Departures. For Kauai, per stmr James Makee, .Ylhy 27 H. Wolters, Miss M. Wolters, .JJ. .H. Smith, C. II. Bishop. For Kona and Kau, per stmr Mauna Loa, May 27 K. Makahalupa, W. F. Pogue, C. A. Johnson, H. Willgeroth, Geo. F. Carsley, Yock Tin, W. II. Corn well, V. II. Crozier, C. K. Ai. A. Cock burn, H. P. Baldwin, Mrs. P. W. Car ter, II. M. Whitney, Rev, C. R. Brown and; wi.. Lazaro. The Old Ilecia. The schooner Lady, formerly the Heeia, came to Honolulu from the other side of the island yesterday fore noon and will return with a cargo of general merchandise in a day or two. It will be remembered that the Heeia went on the rocks at Punaluu four or five months ago. She was rescued from her perilous position and neces sary repairs were made: Her name tvas then changed to Lady. She is as good as new now and will make regular trips between Honolulu and ports on the windward side of this Island. .McCall 3Iis.sion. The regular weekly meeting of the Christian Workers was held in the parlors of. the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. The feature of the meet ing was a talk by Rev. M. L. Berger on the McCall Mission in France. He iraced the first work of McCall when lie went to France in 1S70 and saw the need of the spread of the Gospel there, up to the present day when there are 24 halls carrying on the work of teaching people the Christian religion and preparing them for the ehurches and for christian work. Doctors Club. At the close of the annual meet ing of the Medical Association of Hawaii on Thursday evening the pro position was made to form a local medical club for the discussion of medical and scientific subjects. The first meeting will be held on June 20th at which time the club will be or ganized. There is to be no business whatever connected with the meetings. There will simply "be informal discus sion on various topics. The meetings vill be held once a month. Telephone Reform. Hereafter the Telephone Exchange wiil not make any private steamer sails between 6 a. m. and 8 p. m. The whistles will be sounded imme diately a vessel is sighted and the name of the boat can be learned by simply pulling down the lever. The many individuals on the call list will Le attended to at night as usual. It is Relieved by Mr. Cassidy that the pub lic will have their information quicker rmder the new system. The telephone office will save considerable time. ONCE PATRONIZED ALWAYS FATRONIZED the motto of those who visit the Mterion Barber Shop. Some shops ex ymence a boom of customers for a xiwe 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. WHARF A1ID WAVE. DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL. STA TION, May i7, 10 p. m. The weather is rlear; wind, fre.-h, X. The A. .7. Fuller is taking on sugar at the Oceanic wharf. There are now only nine foreign .-ailing vessels left in port. The Iwalani will sail again for Hamakua this afternoon. The Kinau is due from Maui and Hawaii ports early this morning. The James Makee reported the fol lowing sugar left on Kauai: Kealia, 2."00; Koloa, 1S'0; Makaweli, 7500 and Kekaha. 000. The James Makee came from Kapaa with a full cargo of sugar yesterday morning and was dispatched to Kauai again in the afternoon. The American barkentine Planter, Dow master, sailed for Laysan Island yesterday with provisions. She will return here with a cargo of guano for H. Hackfeld & Co. The ship J. B. Walker which an chored off port Thursday morning for the purpose oflearning the latest war news, continued on her way to New York last evening. The American schooner King Cjtus sailed for San Francisco yesterday morning with a cargo of 21,499 bags of sugar, weighing 2,544, 313 pounds and valued at 5S7.231. 0. 1 8 L CO. 18 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE train leaving Honolulu at 5:10 p. m. daily will take Waialua passengers and freight. Returning will arrive at Honolulu at S:23 a. m. daily. Lodge Le Progres De l'Oceanie. NO. 124, A. & A. S. RITE. 6c 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 IN 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. Notice to Italian Subjects. A NOTICE OF A PROCLAMATION of neutrality in the war between the United States of America and Spain, issued by the Government of Italy, is now on exhibition at this Consulate and the attention of Italian subjects is called thereto. F. A. SCHAEFER, Consul for Italy. Consulate of Italy. Honolulu, May 27th, 1898. Sunday Memorial Service. THE MEMBERS OF GEO. W. DE Long Post, No. 45, G. A. R., will at tend divine service at the First Meth odist Church, corner Beretania and Miller streets, on Sunday evening, May 29th. All veterans of late Civil War in America, and all sons of veterans re siding and sojourning among us are cordially invited to fall in with us at Harmony Hall. Kins street, at 7 o'clock Sunday evening and march with us to the church. Per Order of Committee. R. J. GREENE, Chairman. NOTICE OF CHANGE. The Hair Dressing Department of the Woman's Exchange is no longer n charge of Mrs. Dickson. The present manager, recently from San Fran cisco, solicits the patronage of the Honolulu ladies and will do sham pooing, hair dressing, glove and hat cleaning from 9 a. m. to a p. m. lei. G59. NOTICE. PARTIES DESIRING TO OBTAIN places for Booths and Refreshment Stalls for the 11th of June Races at Kapiolani Park outside of the race track and adjoining grounds, should aonly at once to the Honolulu Park Commission at the office of CECIL BROWN. Honolulu, May 2Sth, 1S9S. BICYCLE STOLEN. 1S9G MODEL ELDREDGE (MEN'S). Black enamel. Factory number 25129, renting number 5. Suitable reward to any one giving information that will lead to its recovery. J. T. LUND, Fort street. NOTICE. THE STEAMER KINAU WILL leave Honolulu, Tuesday, May 31st, at 10 o'clock a. m. Returning will arrive in Honolulu, Tuesday morning, June 7th, one dav ahead of schedule time. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. Honolulu, May 19th, 1S9S. WANTED. A SITUATION BY YOUNG GER man girl, ready to do light House Work or care for children. Inquire of MRS. G. R. CARTER. M le Oil: Though the payment of a baseball debt by the boys is worthy enough. What should interest you in the con cert at I : Gil Q J mB SATURDAY, MAY 28, at S o'clock is GOOD MUSIC! This justifies our charge of 50 cents. (Without mention of your carfare gratis.) NOTICE OF MORTGAGEES SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LAND, HOUSE LOTS AND KULA AT HANALEI, KAUAI. Attention is called to a Mortgagee's Sale, (See Mortgagee's notices in Ha waiian Gazette and Kuokoa), which will take place at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan on Queen Street, in Honolulu, on Monday, the 30th day of Maj A. D. 1S98, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, of the following property: 1. Two pieces at Wainiha, Hanalei, first piece consisting of taro land and kula Area 1 acre, 2 roods, 10 perches; second piece being a house lot Area 1 acre, 12 perches. 2. Two pieces at said Wainiha, first piece being taro land Area 1 acre and 20 perches; second piece a house lot Area 1 rood and 22 perches. 3. Two pieces at Waioli, Hanalei, first piece being taro and kula land Area 3 roods, 35 perches; second piece taro land Area 1 rood, 25 perches. 4. Two pieces at said Waioli con sisting of house lot Area 3 roods, 5 perches, and four taro patches Area 3 roods and 37 perches. For further particulars apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Attorney for Joseph Enos, Assignee of Mortgage. NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT, RICE LAND AND FISH POND. Attention is called to a Mortgagee's Sale (See Mortgagee's notices in Ha waiian Gazette and Kuokoa) which will take place at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan, on Queen street, in Honolulu, on Monday next, the 30th day of May, A. D. 1898, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, of the following property, viz: 1st. A house and lot on the continu ation of King street, mauka . side, beyond Mr. Henry E. Cooper's (old McCully premises). The lot is 51-100 of an acre. Has a new and commodious house upon it which is insured for $1,000 to the 20th day of March, 1900. The lot is enclosed with a substantial fence and is a very desirable piece of property. 2d. Rice land situate on the con tinuation of King street, makai side of street and just beyond the house and lot. Area 3 12-100 acres. This property is leased for $120 per annum until the 1st day of September, 1909. Rent payable semi-annually in ad vance. Lessee pays taxes on land. 3d. Fish pond on makai side of Wraikiki Road in the Hi of Pau. Area j 53,804 square feet. For further particulars apply to J. M. MONSARRAT. Attorney for Joseph Marsden, Mort- Mischievous Boys. All boys who amount to "shucks" are mischievous, it is said. Still they do wear out clothing mighty fast. Therefore, any possible saving on these essentials must be taken advan tage of. Here is an opportunity right now. BOYS' LIGHT WEIGHT WOOLEN CLOTHING. Just the right weight for this climate. COLORED AND WHITE SHIRT WAISTS. At a Special Reduction. TO CLOSE OUT. J L. E. TRACY. FURNISHER Fort St., above Kinc St. 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 bearings: in fact you must use a far t.eavier 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 Oil Put im in tin cans. 23 cents each, which is just as cheap as light thin oil. Every Package of Schillings Best tea is a sample. Your money back if you don't like it. ceanic Steamship Company. TIME The Fine Passenger Steamers This Port as Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: ZEALANDIA JUNE S I ZEALANDIA JUNE 14 MOANA JUNE 22 ALAMEDA JUNE 22 AUSTRALIA JULY 6 .AUSTRALIA JULY 12 ALAMEDA JULY 20 MARIPOSA JULY 21 AUSTRALIA AUG. 3 AUSTRALIA AUG. 9 MARIPOSA AUG. 17 MOANA AUG. 17 AUSTRALIA AUG. 31 AUSTRALIA SEPT. 0 MOANA SEPT. 14 ALAMEDA SEPT. 14 AUSTRALIA SEPT. 28 AUSTRALIA OCT. 4 ALAMEDA OCT. 12 MARIPOSA OCT. 12 AUSTRALIA OCT. 2G AUSTRALIA NOV. 1 MARIPOSA NOV. 9 MOANA NOV. 19 AUSTRALIA NOV. 23 AUSTRALIA NOV. 29 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 New York by any steamship line to For further particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co. LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. Pacific 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 BELGIC June 25 PERU July 5 j COPTIC July 14 RIO DE JANEIRO July 23 For freight and passage and all HecIcicIcI AGENTS. FREE W 1 ISSUED BY p D U L UM Of New A FREE WAR PERMIT is issued to officers of the Army and Navy who, before the war with Spain began, belonged to the Society's REGULAR ARMY AND NAVY CLASS. This class consists of de ferred dividend policies with lu to 20-year periods. A FREE WAR PERMIT for service in the National Guard wherever offered. This ap plies also to THE NAVAL RESERVE. A FREE WAR PERMIT is issued to volunteers who hold themselves In readiness to go to Cuba or wherever duty calls, but who are not actually ordered beyond the limits of the United States, and who thus escape such outside ser vice. Further particulars may be obtained from Bruce Cartwright. General Agent Hawaiian Islands. J. M. MONSARRAT. mat 1 Iff. 10 . J cpiiTwrP OK RECORDS COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES OF NEW YORK LOANS PLACED AND NEGOTIATED. CaitorigM Block, Merchant Street. Telephone 63. r07F22 LA1TLS 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 or leased either large or small tracts to suu purcaatr3. Also: FOR SALE. Lot 50x100, near King Street, at Kapalama. FOR SALE. Land 3 in Maui, Oahu and Molokai. FOR LE A.SE 1. A House and Lot at Waikiki. The house is partly furnished and contains seven rooms and a lanal, 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. PASTURAGE at Kuliouou, Oahu. - 1 " 603 TABLE: of This Line Will Arrive at and Leave FOR SAH FRANCISCO: points in the United States, and from all European ports. Oriental Steamship Co. call at Honolulu and leave this port FOR SAN FRANCISCO: BELGIC May 81 PERU . June 10 COPTIC June 19 RIO DE JANEIRO June 28 GAELIC . . July 8 CITY" OF PEKING July 17 general information, apply to Op PERMIT York. Age AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Co sue 1 ID Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company. Steamers of the above line, nrnnin In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY be tween Vancouver, 13. 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. For Suva. Wellington (N.Z.). ana Sydney: AORANGI JUNE 10 MIOWERA' JULY 8 WARRIMOO AUG. S AORANGI SEPT. J MIOWERA SEPT. SO WARRIMOO OCT. 28 AORANGI NOV. 25 MIOWERA DEC. 25 FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTONS. Z.. & SUVA For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.): MIOWERA WARRIMOO AORANGI MIOWERA WARRIMOO AORANGI MIOWERA WARRIMOO JUNE 8 JULY 6 AUG. 3 AUG. 31 SEPT. 2S OCT. 26 NOV. 23 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., GenJgts. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line. The Bark "Nuuanu" will sail from New York to Honolulu on or about July 15, 189S. 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 the NEW 'PROGRESS BLOCK. Single or en suite. Electric Elevator, Electric Lights; Lavatory and Sanitary arrange ments complete. Rooms ready for occupancy by th 15th of April. For terms. Inquire of III 4859-tf 314 Fort Street. NEW STORE. Kwong Hing Chong. 315 Nuuanu St. IMPOKTED DRY GOODS. English, American and Chinese.' DRESSMAKING A Specialty. Low Prices to suit the times. Come and Bee our new stock and store. Don't forget. 315 NUUANU STREET. ConsolidQled soda voter ills Go., LIMITED. Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., - - AGENTS. Robert Lewert. F. J. Lowrey. C. M. Cooke LEWERS & COOKE. Importers and Dealers In Lumber and Building Materials. Office, 414 Fort St. CHOXa FAT & CO. Contractors : and : Builders, Carpenters and Cabinet Makers. Furniture of all kinds constantly on hand and made to order. 137 Nuuanu St., cor. Kukui Lane. HUSTACE & CO., DEALERS IN Wood and Coal ALSO White and Black Sand Which v,e -will sell at the very lowest market rates. Telephone No. 414. FERNS AND PLANTS. Choice Potted Ferns, Crotons and other plants for sale. Inquire of MRS. C. F. MERRICK, Tel. 307. Kewafo St., Makiki. IT. M. Whitney has reduced the price on the Tourist's Guide from 75 cents to GO cents.