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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, OCTORKR
13, lCt'. CliKIGl IISei Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt, '3Iock, King Street, A. W. PEARSON. Business Manager. SHlPPSSa Irii'ELLIutliGE. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Wednesday, Oct. 12. Stmr. Upolu, Henningsen, 18 hrs. from. Kohala. Am. stmr. Mariposa, Hayward, 16 days from Sydney, 12 days from Auck land, 7 days from Apia, pass and mdse to Wm. G. Irwin & Co. Am. bktn. Arago, Perry, 17 days from Port Blakeley, 404 M feet lumber for Oahu B. & L. Co. Am. stmr. City of Peking, Smith, 7 days from San Francisco, pass and mdse to H. llackfeld & Co. Stmr. Waialeale, Mosher, 14 hrs. from "Waimea. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Seaiie, G hrs. from Koolau. SAILED FROM HONOLULU. Wednesday, Oct. 12. Am. stmr. Mariposa, Hayward, San Francisco. Am. stmr. City of Peking, Smith, Yo kohama. Sch. Lady, Martin, Koolau. Sen. Concord, Harris, Kaunakakai. Sch. Annie M. Campbell, Fredburg, Port Townsend in ballast. Am. bk. Harvester, Beck, Puget Sound in ballast. Sch.. Mokulele for Hilo. PASSENGERS. Arrived. From the Colonies, per stmr C. Mari- Dud field, J. Wr. posa, Oct. 12 W. M Morgan and family. From San Francisco, per stmr. City of Peking, Oct. 12 Mrs. E. B. Water house and 3 daughters, Mrs. A. Richley, Yang Wei Pin and family, Miss Wight, Mr. and Mrs. Steiner and 3 children, H. M. Mott-Smith, Mrs. A. A. Sedgwick, A. Young, Mrs. M. F. Bluxome, B. Steigman, A. Merriwecther and family, O. V. Estes, Miss S. E. Finder, L. M. Vettlesen, Yuen Chang, Jas! R. Renton, J. It. Grosbeck, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rivers, W. Williams, Capt. W. Gordon, Mrs. A. Shining, Mrs. Emma Steig mon, Miss V. Monroe, Chas. Knock siiat. For San Francisco, per stmr. Mari posa, Oct. 12 F. W. Dickson, G. S. Smith, J. B. Robertson, E. M. Smith, Martin Smith. Miss Allen, Justice Frear, Mrs. E. B. Cousin3, D. E. Brown, Miss T. E. Brown, Miss E. G. Brown, A. W. Meyer, Geo. W. Spen cer, Phil Hirsch. T. Gaslena, Capt. Z. It. Tanner, W. C. Achi, E. E. Henry, W. C. King, W. M. Alexander, Lieut. Crowell, S. Strozynski, C. G. Ballen tyne, R. Halstead, L. B. Harris, E. Halstead, wife, children and maid. From Seattle, per bktn. Arago, Oct. 12 Mrs. F. A. Perry, Miss Palmer. For Yokohama, per stmr. City of Peking, Oct. 12 Mr. and Mrs. George WThitehouse. MEMORANDUM. Per stmr. Mariposa, Oct. 12 Left Sydney, Sept. 2tJ; arrived Auckland, Sept. 30; arrived Apia, Oct. 5. Very rough weather between Sydney and Auckland. Fine weather from Apia to Honolulu. In port at Apia, H. M. ships Porpoise and Ring Dove. H. I. M. ship Bussard. Loading for Liver pook. Nor. bk. Thorn. IMPORTATIONS. l'er Alameda 2 cs. effects, 21 cs. drugs, 2 cs. cotton, 1 cs. umbrellas, 1 cs. cigars, 1 cs. muscl. insts. 1 cs. ink, 1 cs. woolens, 1 cs. P. effects, 1 cs. em- broderies, 5 cs. chemicals, 25 cs. pkgs. machinery, 3 cs. wine, 1 cs. oil paint ings, 1 cs. medicines, 2 cs. flannel, 1 cs. iron ware, 4 cs. cigars, 10 cs. H. H. goods, 1 board, 4 bulls, 2 cows, 1 calf, 200 cs. mullet, 1 case, 1 cs. honey, S bx. limes. 4 bx. limes. FOREIGN PORTS. 29, Br. WHARF AND WAVE. i The steamer Waialeale sails for Ka huku and Punaluu at rj o'clock thi morning. The steamer Alameda is due today having been delayed two days ;n San Francisco on account of non-arrival of the English mail. The steamer Upolu arrived from Ha waii shortly after noon yesterday and will sail for Honoipu, Mahukona, Ka waihae and Kona ports tomorrow aft ernoon at 2 o'clock. The Transit sailing for San Fran cisco last Tuesday carried 3,101 bags of Kukaiau plantation sugar shipped by T .H. Davies & Co. to Williams, Dimbnd & Co., 319,100 pounds, valued at 11,726.. The delay in the arrival of the Ori ental liner City of Peking was caused by a break down in the machinery. She docked at the Mail wharf at 9 o'clock yesterday morning and sailed for Yo kohama at midnight. The Colonial steamer Mariposa dock ed at Oceanic wharf at 7 o'clock yes terday morning and sailed for San Francisco at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Besides a full list of passengers the Mariposa took from this port 1,379 bags of sugar, 1,238 bunches of ba nanas and 438 crates of pine plants. IF YOU YOU RIDE RIDE! THE A BEST tribune! BICYCLE DIED. HITCHCOCK In North Kohala, Ha waii, Oct. 9, 1S98, Edward Griffin Hitchcock, who was born at Lahaina, Maui, Jan. 20, 1S37. The funeral was held at Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 10, 1S9S. ATTENTION, COMPANY A. A Armory Company A, First Regi ment, N. G. H. Honolulu, Oct. 13. 1898. Every member of this Command is hereby ordered to report at the Drill Shed THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING. Oct. 13, at 7:30 o'clock, for drill. PAUL SMITH, Captain Commanding, THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HONOLULU LIBRARY & Reading Rooms Association will be held at their building Friday next, October 14th at 7:30 p. m. for the elec tion of Trustees and the transaction of other important business. H. A. PARMELEE, 5049 Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF the Stockholders of the HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO. on Monday, the 17th of October at 2 p. m., at the office of W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd. W. Li. HOPPER, Secretary. Honolulu, October 7th, 1898. EAKIN & WHITMAN Repair Work Guaranteed. 314 Fort St. Tel. 746. Next Door Below Golden Rule Bazaar. .AN OS For Sale. 5045 LOST- TWO LETTERS FROM THE UNIT- ed States, arrived per City of Peking, addressed to undersigned. Letters are of no value except to the addressed. Finder will confer a favor by leaving same at King Bros.. 110 Hotel street. 5049 DAVID CHARTERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MESSRS. Enoch Johnson and Patrick Sylva are authorized to act for me or for the firm of W. C. Achi & Co. during my absence from the Hawaiian Islands. W. C. ACHI. Oct. 12, 1S9S. 5049. NOTICE. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 27, bk. Annie Johnson from Hilo; bktn. S. G. Wilder from Honolulu, bktn. W. H. Dimond from Honolulu, brig J. D. Spreckels from Honolulu. Sept. 30, stmr. Gaelic from Honolulu. Up and loading For Hilo: bk. C. D. Bryant and bk. Santiago. For Honolulu: bktn. Irmgard, bktn. S. G. Wilder, bk. Martha Davis, bk. Andrew Welch, bktn. W. H. Dimond. MANILA Arrived, Sept. 3, stmr. Scandia from Honolulu. AUCKLAND Arrived, Sept. 27, Br. stmr. Moana from Honolulu. NANAIMO Sailed, Sept. 2, bk. Sea King for Honolulu. PORT GAMBLE Sailed. Sept. schr. Okanogan for Honolulu. HONGKONG Arrived, Oct. 2, stmr. Belgic from Honolulu. LONDON Sailed, Sept. 26, Br. ship Linlithgowshire for Honolulu. ISLE OF WIGHT Passed, Sept. 30, Br. ship Linlithgowshire from London for Honolulu. PORT TOWNSEND Sailed, Oct. 1, sch. Esther Buhne for Honolulu. NEW YORK Arrived. Oct. 2, ship J. B. Walker from Kobe via Honolulu Hack From Norway. L. M. Vetlesen, manager of the Hawaii an Hardware Co.'s business, returned by the City of Pekiner yesterday from a ad visit to his old home in Norway. He ceiving news of the serious illness of his acred monther he left hastily, traveled H.ftOO miles and reached home iust two lavs late. Mr. Vetlesen had a short stay with relatives and friends and then start ed out on his lone: return journey. The royal mast of the ship J. B Brown got foul of the dredger yester day and was carried away. The J. B nrnwn is discharging coal at the Wai- vum onrt of Pacific Mail wharf and in making way for the steamship City of "PeTfinff came into collision with the .lrerifPr which was at the Richards DR. J. T. WAYSON WILL BE AT his office, Richards street, on and after October 13. Hours 9 to 11 a. m.: 2 to 1st. IS Lots at Kalihi, opposite H. C. Meyers premises. 2nd. 7 Lots at Kalihi, adjoining Hon. D. II. Kahaulelio's new Castle. 3rd. i Lots at Kalihi, next to Mrs. CocketfB premises. 4th. 12 Lots at Kalihi, facing Kame- hameha IV Road, and In front of G. Markham's Residence. 5th. One Lot 90x200 feet mauka of the Catholic Church premises at Kalihi. 6th. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying mauka of King Street, about 300 feet from the Kapalama Tramways Depot. 7th. Five Lots and House9 at Kapa lama, situated mauka of King Street and on the Waikiki 6ide of Morris Estate's premises. 8th. A Lot of about half an acre mauka side of King Street, about 400 feet from the corner of Liliha and King Streets. The premises " pro duce an Income of 628 per annum; will sell for $5,500. 9th. 25 Lots 50x100 feet in Puunui Tract. 25 Lots 75x150 in Puunui Tract. 25 lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract. 10th. 6 Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street. right opposite the old Ice Works. About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu at rear and mauka of the above 6 Lots. 11th. About 70 Lots in the Keklo Tract, Bituated opposite the Makee Island Band Stand. It is admitted that it is one of the best tracts near the Waikiki Sea Beach. 12th. About 300 Lots in the Krpahulu Tract. I3TH.-S0LD. 14th. About 1,000 Acres in Kealako- mo. Puna, Hawaii; the land extends from the beach to about 2 miles from the Volcano. 15th. CITY PROPERTIES. Etc.. Etc. 4 and 7 to S p. m. i049 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MR. Chock Tone is duly authorized to act for me during my absence from the Hawaiian Islands. LAU CHONG, By WONG YVA R)i, nis attorney in fact. Dated, Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1S9S. 5048 NOTICE Prices are the cheapest In the Market. For further particulars apply to I. G. ffll l GO. Real Estate Brokers. W. C. Achi, our manager, has over 16 years experience in Real Estate Business in this City. Honolulu, July 19th, 1S9S. RIM 1 1 co:s i.il j TIME TABLE Oceanic Steamship Company, TIME TABLE: The Fin? Pa3D,:er Steamer TLU Fort a-i Hereunder: of Thl Line Will Arrlre At and L From and After June 13, 189S. TRAINS FROM SAN FRANCISCO: ALAMEDA OCT. 12 AUSTRALIA STATION 3. (O it ward) 4 MARIFOSA NOV, AUSTRALIA NOV. 23 FOR SAN FRANCISCO: USTRALIA NOV 1 OCT. 25 'MOANA WUY 9 AUSTRALIA NOV. 13 Honolulu Pe&rl City Ew Mill WaUoae Waialca m A.M. 7:10 8-07 5 A.M. 9:4 8:37 10:CS 9:27 10 :M .... W:00 r.M. :10 3:43 4:03 4:43 5:38 STATIONS. - (Inward) Wa'alna Waianae Ewa Mill Pearl City Honolulu X A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M 6.1 :!? 7:li 1U:9 3:55 r.: 7:47 10:53 4:J2 tf:15 8:07 11:34 4:2 6:50 S:0 11:1b 5:26 2 Ka P.M. 5:1C :C 6:1C a o P.M. 12:43 1:10 1:13 ( I I In connection with the sailing of the above steamers. th5 Areata are prepared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon tnroupn uc fce vj railroad from San Francisco, to all points in tne tnueu cwir?, New York br any steamship line to all European ports. For further particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co G. P. Desxos, Superirtcndeat. F. C. SMiTir, dev.. P.& Tkt. A:t. LIMIT ED- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MR. WONG CHEE is duly authorized to act for me during my absence from the Hawaiian Islands. WONG WA TOY. Dated, Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1S9S. 504 S FOR SALE. c c NOTICE CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line. The tine std bark Johanna will sail from New York to Honolulu on or about October l.'.th. If sufficient induce ment offers. Auvances made on shipments on liberal terms. For further particulars. address Messrs. CHAS. HREWER & CO.. 27 Kilby Street. Iioston or C. 11 It EWER & CO.. LTD.. Honolulu Asents. General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. AND Steamer Upolu Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p m., touching at Honoipu, Mahukona, Kawaihae and Kona ports, as followi: LEAVE HONOLULU: Friday October II Tuesday : October 21 ARRIVE HONOLULU: Friday October 21 For freight and passage apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & Co., Ltd. AGENTS. Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co. Steamers of the ahore companies will call at Honolulu and leaT this port on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: FOR SAN FRANCISCO: RAKLIC OCT. 1S.11ELGIC x CHINA OCT. 27 COPTIC NOV. 15 DORIC NOV. 5 I CITY OF PEKING NOV. 23 CITY OF RIO JANEIRO NOV. 17 I1ELGIC NOV. 2G COPTIC DEC. 6 CITY OF PEKING DEC. 22 GAELIC DEC. 31 1SD3 CHINA JAN. 14 GAELIC DEC 3 CHINA DEC 20 DORIC DEC. SO 1S30 NIPPON MARU JAN. 6 RATES OF SINGLE TRIP. For San Francisco Cahin 75 European Steerape 25 For Yokohama Cabin S150 European steerage 5 For Hongkong Cabin $175 European Steerage 100 For general Information apply to PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS: ROUND TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin. 4 mo's.$125 For Yokohama Cabin, 4 zno's... 225 Cabin, 12 xno's. 262.50 For Hongkong Cabin, 4 do's... 262X0 Cabin, 12 mo's 316.25 H. Bryant Stage Line. l Hackfeld & Co., Ltd AGENTS. FROM AND AFTER MONDAY, September 19th. the stage will leave Post Office, Bethel street 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, Heeia, "WaJ- kane, Punaluu, Laie, Kahuku and way points, returning daily. U. S. OFFICIAL CHARTS. ill ww i SI (III. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN appointed Honolulu Agent of the U. S. HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE, and has for sale the latest CHARTS of the North Pacific Ocean, Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu Harbor, Hilo Bay, Pearl Har bor, Manila Bay, and the Philip pines, Cuba, etc., etc. Other orders filled at short notice. FRANK S. DODGE. 4977 Government Survey Office. HOHOKAA SUGAR COMPANY. 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, viz: NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B.C. FROM SYDNEY, WELLINGTON (N X. & SUVA For Suva. Wellington (N.Z.) tea Sydney: For VlctorU ni Vancouver (B.C.): WARRIMOO OCT. 8 AORANGI OCT. 2 AORANGI NOV. 25 MIOWERA '...NOV. 21 MIOWERA DEC. 25 WAJtRIMOO DEC. 21 IS HEREBY GIVEN - THAT Messrs. Chock Tong and Wong Chee are jointly authorized to act for us by proper Power of Attorney. WING WO TAI & CO. Honolulu. H. I., Oct. S, 1S9S. 5.48 NOTICE. REGULAR MEETING OF THE PA- lama Co-Operative Grocery Co., Ltd., will be held at the rooms of the Sal vation Army, over the IXL auction rooms, on Friday evening, the 14th inst, at 7 o'clock Full attendance of the stockholders is requested as business of importance is to he considered. GEO. CAVENAGH, Secretary. Honolulu. Oct. 7. 1S9S. 5045 WANTED. Bids will be received by the under signed until OCTOBER 25, for the sale of the fourteen years unexpired lease of IL-AIMIXAAJ." For further particulars apply to E. C. ROWE. P. O. Box 203. 037 mm BIKE BITS. ITKUS OF IXTKUEST TO BICYCIJ: p.i dp: us. Hiill r is very sraroo anl str-adilv al- vancinjr in pricf. llicycle tii-y and tultf. also carriage tirf-s art3 lik ly to advance in price, ; cents a I'ATR a-lvanc already on som tires. XO ADVAXCK WITH 1 lie l.'-ineh wheel will not take tru- place of the "S in lSW as advertised y some manutacturt-rs. Canvass of various makers has resulted in an, estimated out put oi irom J to 10 per cent in ::n-in. "The Cycle Ape" says it is a passing: fad. like the 30-inch front wheel of a few years auo. And the very low head of this vear. Proportionate strength has to fol lowed out to insure reliahilitv which K.ins and keeps the popular favor. Hicycles will ie decorated, and appear ance in studied 1" those makers who have held back from usinir transfers, striping, etc.. the demand is for decora tion and Pikes will be ornam-nted to suit the taste of the purchasers. A meeting or tne stockholders o: the Honokaa Sugar Company will be held at the office of Messrs. F. A. Schaefer & Co. in Honolulu on Fri day, the 14th inst., at 10 o'clock a. in. for the following purposes: 1. To consider the acceptance of the amendment of the charter of the com pany granted by the Minister of the Interior on August 2D, 1S9S. authorized the increase of the capital stock of the company to the sum of $1,000,000. 2. To consider the advisability of In creasing the capital stock of the com pany in accordance with the authority conferred by said amendment. rv?r Order, H. RENJES. Secretary. Honolulu, Oct. 0. 1S&. ELECTION NOTICE. A GOOD STEWARD AND COOK for the Junior Officers' Mess, U. S. S. Bennington. Apply aboard ship from Brewer's landing. 5041 FOR SALE. A THOROUGHBRED CUBAN BOAR TtAII.KY'S HONOLULU CYCLKilY, S. Kinp street, has Kood second hand whfls for $1."., with new tires $0 to $jr,. Nl'W Bicycles $30. "Jl model. Th Rellabb Stormer Wheels 'OS model at Jl". uuaran-te-d one year, M. & W. tires. Repairs of all kinds. Bake enamels and decorations up-to-date. $1 per month keeps your Bike cleaned, oiled, and punctures repaired., a popular feature, at 231 KING STREET. AT A SPECIAL, MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Hawaiian Gazette Co.. Ltd.. held n Saturday, the Sth instant. thi lollowing officers were elected: A. W. Pearson. Treasurer, vice C. G. Ballentyne, resigned. C G. Ballentvne. Secretary. vi e Savidge, resiimed. C. G. BALLENTYNE. Secretary. Honolulu. l"th Oct.. lSl. .")40 2'UO REMOVAL NOTICE. Through tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to Theo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Just To Hand: New line of Surreys and Phaetons HAND AND MACHINE MADE HARNESS. o o o Trimmings, Lamps, Harness Whips and Laprobes. o o o Extra fine ASTILVCHAX LAPIiOBES: Just th. thi for rainy weather. Don t place an order until you have seen our oods ooo Single and Double DR. WOOD HAS REMOVED HIS residence to Thurston Ave. The offices oa Beretania street are retained. Office hours after October 13th "will be: 9 to 11 a. m.i 2 to 4 p. rn.; 7:30 to S:30 p. m. Sunday?: 0 to 11 a. m. only. Office telephone No. 012. Residence telephone No. S31. 3047 Honolulu Carriage Manufactory. FortM. W W U7DTPIITP DrAt Above Hotel. "muni, riupi. street slip.