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o o TUP: PACIFIC COMMEKClAL ADVERTIEK: HONOLULU. SKPTK.M IIEK BORN. oil mm 1 isi co.'S ; Oceanic Steamship Company! r 1 I ! EA1LEV in t:.;- . : .- I". U UU UUUI HUll'iUUU 1 1 i 1 1 L 1 1 1 1111 n , u 1 1 I 1 p ii v- Hnrifif ('nmrnorninl urti'Qr nq IMM I k I I Ik i LiUlil ;'. s, i,, ; d wiz ii : Ai'ilAX;: A . : . 1 : 1 . a -! . : 1 . ; .. K ,e: i .: k o 1 . l8F-u-(! Every Mcrnlrip, Except Sunday, by the va'.v.mian" gazette com pan y, Yt-r: IP.'.t, Block, King Sorter. 1 1 . For Sale. ABL t I V5 I g. ballentyne, Manager. SHIPPING IKTELLIGEilGE. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. steamers due and to sail today and for the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. learners From Due Warrimoo Sydney Sept. 28 Australia San Francisco ....Sept. 30 Miowera Victoria Sept. 30 Fpolu Honoipu Sept. 30 Aztee Yokohama Oct. 1 t .el-ma Kannakakai Oct. 1 Iinau Hilo Oct. 1 V, O. Hall Kauai Oct. 3 CJaudin Kahuhii Oct. L' .""1 kahala Kona Oet. 7 DEPART. ri tamers. For Vity of Columbia Seattle S Transport Vai"fi'-ja Vv;.rri moo Victoria eFov.era Sydnf y II : k a ha Li -- Kona Saila On berth . . Sept. 2s .-.en; .Sept. 3 ) . s-pt. :o .-'.ztee San Fraie-iseo Oct. 1 1. ehua--Kannakakai Oct. 3 enolu Kohabi and Kona ....Oct. 4 '..Kstralia San Fraru-j-rn Oct. 4 Lilian liili O-t. 4 O-audine Kahalui O.-t. 4 :' O. Hull Kauai O.-t. 4 jonvEn at Honolulu. Tii-sday, Sept cm h'-r 'T. S. stmr. Bennington, Taa-sm', ,s i.;r:y from San Fmneisee. Stinr. Maun a. Eoa, Simeron. is hrs. i'roiii Kailua. Arn. ship IP any Villard. 27 days from Kr.naimo. L'.P'2 ions of coal to If. ..-kteld k. Co. SAILED FR(JM HONOLFLF. Tuesday, September '7. tmr. Kauai. Druhn, Lahaina. Stmr. Kinau, Clark, Hilo orts. ;mr. Claudine, Cameron, Maui jjurta. Stmr. W. (1. Hall, Haglnnd. leeward k aai j)orts. -chr. Waialua. Ii'vin.u". Hanalei. )p. Kaiulani, Pearl Lochs. RECEIPTS ISLAND PRODPCE. Prcm Kona and Kau. p-r stmr. fiauna Loa, Sept. H7.- ihl'J'J bags i .irar, C. Brewer & Co.. 175 bags of cM lee, 28 cattle, 23 bundles of hvlos, 100 I -ackages of sundries. PASSENGERS. For Maui ports, per stmr Claudino, Sept. 27. Kabul ui: Miss. Alexander, L. voa Tempsky, A. N. Jones, Father James, Mrs. Ferreira, Mrs. Wagner, h'ana: O-eo. (Njoper, Miss Thomas, J. I- . Ha kuole. Arrived. 5'rom Kona, per .stmr. Manna Loa. S-pt. 27. Caspar Whitney, J. W. Prown, Miss K. Martin, Mrs. T. C. Wills, Miss Irene Wills, W. J. Yates, O. T. Sbipman. Oliver Jtuies, Mrs. Kaa ioa. Miss Nellie Kahuila, H. Wilgeroth, T. Shibayama. John Lane, Sam Karna- u For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr. Ki-i-.m. Sept. 27. For Hilo: Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Waldion, Mrs. L. Severance, T. Masuda. K. Hosliina. J. Harisbergcr, (.:. A. Steven. Mrs. Chun Teck, Profes-.-(.; Alexantbu. J. H. Horagne, C. S. .Smith. Zula R. Hart. For Kaw.iihat-: ij rs. T. W. C.ivig. L. A. de Nux, wife ..:. c'nildren. For Mahukona: Miss U:iwick. Dr. Monsarrat. For Kauua- i-akai: J. O. Young. For Makena: T. tl. Wolff. For Lahaina: .Mrs. AOi.r.t. up-s. Moses. For Uk Volcano: Miss i. !';'- Jew. the Misses Bel lew. For Kauai, per stmr. W. G. Hall. Sent. 27. L. Kahlbautn. H. Water lAe, W. H. Tell and wife. Mrs. C. F. L'art, Maile. Reave. Mrs. F. W. Meier, H. W. Schmidt, S. W. Wilcox. Miss E. Hart, Miss E. Tai 'fowl, W. Bludorn, Mill Tell. C. Whitney, D. Maccai. For Lahaina. er stmr. Kauai. Sept. 1:7 --J. S. McCandless. VVHAht- AND WAVE. 'he bark Fresno tinisl)e,l discaa rg iy.g -oal yesterday and will s..l fur :;o;-al Roads today. With a lot of 01 her freight the -t earner Kauai took a well-itoring or.t t t to Lahaina yesterday afternoon. The steamer Maui, for Ookaia tod.vy l.-.ro-s a ten-ton boiler a ti l a. lot or machinery for the new mill there. The four boat boys who !.h:pp.'d on 1 :mt barkentine Morning Sar f Saa Francisco will return on Fa? Au-j-.r.ilia. The- transj)ort Valencia v. i ' 1 prooch v ,-..-.n for Sat; Francisco at noon :;'"iay u:. will carry a mail and ;.:uiu nr.ik. ti.e GobF n Gate in eigat ar t! a. .'Mil ; ys. The Waterfront Club, at its regular -..eeting on Fort street wharf las: even debated the. question "Is it proper t -r Honoluluites to say 'Down to Hilo Up to Kauai':" peeing that the ;:st named city is north and Cue lar-t-r-lies south of the capital city. The, steamer Mikahala will arrive V"(uu Kauai tomorrow morning and -.-.i i on the Mouna Lea's route, for Kona :.nd Kan ports on Friday morning at a o'clock. The Manna Loa will be 1 i.t on the marine rail 1 way for a clean end resume her trips October 11th. "RAINIER." The Ladies' Favorite, the Men's Preference. Its absolute purity ma-t-.re age and delicious flavor have -jiade Rainier Beer a welcome visitor. '-c the queen of all fine beers. On tap or in bottles at the Criterion SFIoon. 'Phone 7S3. AMERICAN MESSENGER SERVICE. Masonic Temple. Telephone 444. MEETING NOTICE. SPECIAL M FETING ( ) F THE Stc ckhohbu-.s ot the Fnion F-"'l Com pany, Lid.. vi!i I.- hf Id at thi- Com pany's ohb-e on WEDNESDAY, THE liSTH INST., AT 1U O'CLOCK A. M., to consider the acceptance of the amendments of the Charter of the Company granted by the Minister of the Interior on the 1st day of Septem ber, 1&9S. F. R. VI DA. Secretary Fnion Feed Co., Etd. Honolulu, September 20, :aZ) MEETIHG NOTICE. THERE WIFE EE A SPECIAL mating of the shareholders of the EWA I'LANTATION CO. held at the oilier of CASTLE ic COOKE, Ltd., on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER L' JS'c;. at lu (j'ciock a. rn. E. 1). TENNEY, Si-.-retary Ewa I'lantation Co. Honolulu, Sej.;. 2i. ROOM AND BOARD. ROOM AND HOARD IS OFFERED a i-rentieinan in a private family. Apply '. P'-retania and Alapai Sts. WANTED. A LOT IN THE DLSTltlC-T POFNI") ed by Makiki street, K.tpiolani s.treet. Wilder avenue and Peretania s;re-:. Area not less than fr. by 2-' ft. Princi)als only b-a!t. witri. Apply, stating terms, to P. O. POX s7. .".:;: Honolulu. H. I. WANTED. A iOOD SOl'ND HOftSi: FOR liLrht wairon. Call or address -V. K." 2u Vineyard street. WANTED. A COOl) JAPANESE COOK WISHES to get a place after September ;H. Good references. Apply to P. L. (I., P. O. Box si.;. :.0:J WANTED. POSITION AS CLERK OR SALES man in mercantile house. Have had experience in New York City houses. Local references given. Apply X 24. 5u:; This OUice. LOST. TWO DRAFTS DRAWN 15 Y THE Rev. Paul Rawlin on the Rt. Rev. Bishop Gulstan, in favor of A. B. Lindsay. No. 92 for $40; no ntimlr-r for $20. Finder will please return to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. Payment has been stopped. 5o;b' WANTED. POSITION AS ENGINEER. CITY or plantation. First class references. Apply Z 3, 5uro This Office. WANTED. AGENTS FOR "HISTORY OF Spanish-American War." 700 pages, i!- lustraied. Send 25c silver for agents' out lit. Address National Pub. Co. Lakeshb- Buildimr. Chicago, I!!.. F. S. A. 5034 WANTED. BY YOl'NG MAX POSITION IX office. Experienced in bookkeeping. First class references. Apply M 3. 5i:n This Oihce. WANTED. WAIST AND SKIRT HANDS wanted at Miss Killean's dressmaking parlors, Arlington block. Hotel street. WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED 1 1 AND IN THE Millinerv Department. 5031 B. F. EHLERS & CO. NOTICE. A DIVIDEND WILL BE DFE AN D payable to the stockholders of the OLOWALF COMPANY at the (,tlice of W G. Irwin Co., Limited. 0:1 Friday, the 3uth instant. The stock books of the Company will be closed to trans fers from Tuesday, September 27th. to Sa'.'.n-e.av, October 1st. J.Si'8. W. M. G1FFARD. Secretary. Honolulu. Sep:. 2k JM' -""-5 NOTICE. A DIVIDEND WILL BE DFE AND payable at the odice of W. G. Irwin & Companv. Limited, to the stockholders of the HAWAIIAN SFGAR COMPANY on I'riday. the 30th instant. The stock books of the Company will be closed ti transfers from Tuesday, Sep tember 27th to Saturday, wctober 1st, W. L. HOPPER. Secret a ry. Honolulu. Sept. 20. lvaS. 5035 NOTICE. THE STOCK BOOKS OF THE EWA PLANTATION' CO. will be closed to transfers from TFESDAY, SEPTEM BER 27th to SATFEDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1S9S. W. A. BOWEX, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co. Honolulu, Sept. 24. L&S. 5n34 I 1st. .t $ jots at Ka.ii., ' p c c. ( n . 2nd. 7 Lots at Kalihi, adjoining Hon. D. II. Kahaa".elio'5 tew Castle. 3rd. 4 Lots at Kalihi, nest to Mrs. Cockett's premises. 4th. 12 Lots at Kalihi, facing Kame- ; hameha IV Road, and In front of G. : Markhaca's Residence. ' 5th. One Lot 95x200 feet mauka of the Catholic Church premises at Ka- lih? lini 6th. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying mauka of King Street, about 300 fe-et from the Kapalama Tramways Depot. - . . , TT th. Five Lots and Houses at Kapa- lama, situated mauka of King Street and on the "Waikiki side of Morris Estate's premises. Sth. A Lot of about half an acre mauka sid of King Street, about 4t-0 feet from the corner of Liliha and Kintr Streets. The nremises nro- duce an Income of JC2! per annum; will sell for 53,500. Oth. 25 Lots 50x100 feet in Puunui Tract. 25 Lots 75x150 in Puunui Tract. 25 lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract. luth. G Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street, vril! leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p right opposite the old Ice Works. ; m., touching at Konoipu. Mahukona About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu at ; Kawaihae and Kona ports, as follows rear and mauka of the above 6 Lots, j LEAVE HONOLULU: 11th. About 70 Lots in the Keklo j Tlu.,,jav October 4 Tract, situated opposite the MaUee ; Friday " October 14 Island Band Stand. It is admitted j Tuesdav October 25 I?.??!0 he e st tract!5 near ! "ARRIVE HONOLULU: the Waikiki bea Beach. i I Friday September SO 12th. About 300 Lots In the K?-.fiahulu Tuesday October 11 Tract. Fridav October 21 I3TH.-S0LD. 14th. About 1.000 Acres In Kealako- ' mo. Puna, Hawaii; the land extends; from the beach to about 2 miles j from the Volcano. ! 15th. CITY PROPERTIES, Etc.. Etc. Prices are the cheapest in the Market. For further particulars apply to ft u. no Real Estate Brokers. Wr. CAchi, our manager, has over 1G years experience in Real Estate Business in this City. Honolulu, July 19th, 1S9S. EXCLUSIVELY LADIES FINE TRADE. Ladies are cordially invited to call 1 at 73 Beretauia street, opposite Ha- j waiian Hotel, and inspect designs for artistic gowning. Stylish and perfect fitting studies, in the height of fashion; and specially adapted! to the individual wearer. Ladies unable to visit this city are furnished -with sketches and samples, and guaranteed a perfert lit without personal inter view. HADAHE LE VANWAY, FIRS. D. E. CHAMBERS. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. THE STOCK BOOK OF THE WAI- luku Sugar Co. will be closed to trans - xers iroin .ionuay. c-ptemoer - t . i te Friday, the 30th inst.. inclusive. GEO 1 1. ROBERTSON, Treasurer W. S. Co. Honolulu. Sept. 24. ISO. 033 IIOTiCE TO STOCKHOLDERS. THE STOCK BOOK OF THE 1 1 A waiian Agricultural Co. ill be closed to transfers from Monday, September 10 iiiu,.., ..te iv.. xmt.., - ive. :i--n ir Pi)irRTsnv Treasurer H. A. Co. Honolulu. Sept. 24, lOS. 50: NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. THE S TOCK BOOK OF THE HO- j nomu Sugar Co. will be closed to trans- j fers from Monday. September 20th to i Fridav. the 30th inst.. inclusive. Gi:0. II. ROBERTSON. Treasurer H. S. Co. ! Honolulu. S.pt. 24, 1S9S. NOTICE. NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SERIES E of the bonds of th- EWA : PLANTATION CO. '.v:P be P-iNable at t he bank of BISHOP CO.. on F'.il-; 1) V. S: F ' TEMPER 3". .w. a. Dowi:x. Treasure r E'A'a Plantation Co. Honolulu. Sept. 24. 1 ."'''34 BAILn'8 HONOLULU CYCLERY 231 Kino; Street Has the Hawaiian Agency for the cete- ; brated STORMER Bicycles, which will u ! be sold at San Francisco prices fori not casn $40.00. Work and material i guaranteed. Finish and style equal to j anv Bike sold here. M. & W. Tires.! Contracts taken to keep yo-ir Bie j in running oruer at $i.uo per moniu. Bake enameling in black and colors. : Parts and sundries. Special selling agents for Morgan & Wright Tires and Tubes TIME TABLE From and After June 13, ISPS. TRAINS STATIONS. ;0 twtrd) j ! j Hon ola In I Pearl City J wfaae!.' ..".'.'. j Wai&;n& 1 I I STATIONS. ; '5 -z a; A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. 7:10 9:15 3:10 b:lt 'C7 9:4 3:43 ftO :?" 10:CS 4:C3 6:1C 9:27 10:M 4:4:; ... X' 5 ,x X. x (It.v- ".re -- . J-X M. A.M. A.M. P.M P.M. 6:1. T:j-,' U: :?:..? 7-47 10:t,J 4 :S2 12:45 --:15 i-:07 11::34 4:52 1:10 :5u :4u 12:15 5:20 l:-if ; .a5.ufi Ewa.alM ill '.'.!! 7. . Pearl fi:y : iI(-C0;'ll!i 1 ;,.r' r;;;:oer.-' j F. C. Smith, Gi-z,. & Tit. At. Steamer Upolu For freight and passage apply to TTJDA IJ HA UTCC fo Pr T ir lllliUi ft. UiillliiJ CC lil'.j LllI, AGENTS. CMS. BREWER & CO.'S ew York Line. The fine steel bark Johanna will sail from New Y'ork to Honolulu on or about October 15th. If sufficient inducement offers. Ad vances made "on shipments on liberal terms. For further particulars, ad dress Messrs, CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby Street, Boston or C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Honolulu Agents. New Stage Line From Honolulu to KOOLAU ROUTE: Leaves 0 a. nr.. Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. Returning Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Othce: Pa:. t.keor. Stables. Font. lulu. OOO rassenu-r-rs si Tarcels carefuliv at- ; tended to. 'M, RATHBFRX. P. -op. H. Bryant Stage Line. FROM AND AFTER MONDAY, September 19th, the stage will leave , Pos. offi(e Kethel slreet side at 9 a. m- (Sundays excepted) calling for passengers and packages at Lovejoy &, Co., No. 19 Nuuanu street, for the fol lowing points: Kaneohe, Ileeia, Wai- j kane, Punaluu, Laie, Kahuku and way I points, returning daily. Coyne & Alehrtens. Practical Upholsterers. MASONIC TEMPLE. I : iiRirpi cTrT . . th fvaiVIV q?s ! ADMINISTRATRIX SALE OF REAL 'ROPERTY. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN order of the Hon. A. Perry, made on the 13th day of June, 1SSS, the under- signed will sell at public auction in the auction room of J. F. Morgan, Queen f- Honolulu, cm th 29th day of September, Ib'Ji, at 12 noon, some fine lands in Puna, Hawaii, as follows: 11- tres in Kalapana, suitable for house lots or fruit and vegetable cultivation. acres in Katinaloa and Ki, a portion of which is excellent for coffee. Furlher information may l had of v m uuumuiu, MRS. EMMA NAWAHI, Administratrix. ; This sale has been postponed) from j Qf changef from H5o tQ 0. noluhi. 5022 i'e 1 rasf ncer tea me: is Port h? Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: ALAMEDA OCT. OCT. NOV. NOV. A I" ST R A LI A 1 MARIPOSA A F ST R A LI A ! In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents aro 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 f;irtn---r particulars apply to Mm. JJMITED- General Agents Pacific Mail Steamship Co; Occidental g Steamers of the above companies will on or about the dates belo mentioned. FOR JAPAN m CHINA: CITY OF PEKING OCT. S ! AZTEC OCT. 1 GAELIC OCT. IS I DORIC OCT. 11 CHINA OCT. 27 BELGIC NOV. 1 DORIC NOV. 5 COPTIC NOV. 13 CITY OF RIO JANEIRO NOV. 17 CITY OF PEKING NOV. 23 BELGIC NOV. 2G GAELIC DEC. 9 COPTIC DEC. 6 CHINA DDO. 20 DORIC DEC. SO For freight and passage and all general Information, apply to 0i jfio AGENTS. ill! in ii slip com. rm Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADI AN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Syd ney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fiji), and Wellington, N. Z., are On or about the dates below stated, FROM VACOljVER AND VICTORIA, B.C. For Suva, Wellington (N.Z.-; acl Sydney: MIOWERA SEPT. 20 WARRIMOO OCT. 28 AORANGI NOV. 25 MiOWERA DEC. 25 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Sate3 and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general information, a-TP7 to Theo. H. Davies & j i V o 1 -r- HAND AND MACHINE MADE HARNESS. OOO Trimmings, Lamps, Harness p Whips and Laprobes. OOO Extra fine ASTKACHAX LAPItOIJES: Just the thin for rainy weather. Don't place an order until you have seen our rroods. OOO onolulu Carriagfi Manufactory. Fort bl. w w w Propr. Above Hotel. 11 11 11 c! This Line Will Arrive it and L-raT FOR SAN FRANCISCO: o.. I. i 12! MARIPOSA 1 20 j AUSTRALIA sjtlOANA , 23 I AUSTRALIA OCT. 12 NOV. 1 NOV. S NOV. 2) i WIN & Co. Oceanic S. S. Co. AM) Oriental Steamship yo. call at Honolulu and leave thli jKrt FOR SAN FRANCISCO: -A. J? p u viz: FROM SYDNEY, WELLIGTON (M.Z.l, & SUVA For Victoria anl Vancouver (B.C.): ! WARRIMOO SEPT. 28 j AORANGI .OCT. 26 MIOWERA NOV. 23 WARRIMOO DEC. 21 Go., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. 11 1 o o w line e of Surreys and Phaetons Double - r N s.