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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 2S, 1S93.
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Issued Every
Morning.
Except
Sunday, by t"he
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY,
cu Holt Block, King Street.
W. PEARSON,
Business Man a re r.
Honolulu stot:k exchange, i
Honolulu, H. I., De-e. 27, 1851.
Capital
Pali.
Par
Val
NAME O F STOC K-
MERCANTILE.
C. Brewer A Jo
Paid pi
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Haiaoa .....
Haw. Ai.'. o
Hawaiian Si?arCo...
Honorau
Bid.
Ask
000,000
COO
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100
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100.
100
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100
100
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100
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loo IT-'J
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Honofca". I 1 ,X,ooo
Haiku 50u,00o!
Kahaku ! r,mi,
Koloa ! .''."0,1 00
K:pthul'.i ' 1 .0. "0 j
lUfciu Asesabit: 1 ; l,MJO,CtO;
" Y&'d iii ( ! 400.000
Pan
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120
Onomea a.000
OokaU 5tWfjxi
Olowalu ! lVi.O'H1
Pacific t )..
Pia ; '.:-O,0M!
iV.-peckeo 7-jO.OMj;
Pionetr 7.VVQO-:
Wailuku 7,000:
Waimanalo j'2,)iu,
TVainn-a lii,ooo;
V.'iianae iG5,00
STEA.4SHIP COS.
Wilder 3. 5. Co ;-.0,,0
Iiiier Island S. IS. Co... LO,lKu
M I sC ELLA N EOr .
Hw"n El'-ct. Co 2i".'j
Hon. Kpd Triii. 'j. Lc ou.fiijo;
Mutiidl fflt-phone Co..; 1 2,lMj
Nia.kaha(."of.Co. L. ais. ;
.. v. .. pli(1 3!,o'
O. 11 & L. Co l.V,000
BONDS.
Haw'a Gov't 0 per ct
HiiW'n 'iov't .r ;r ct . . ;
liaw'n i. Po-t Sivinr !
42 pvr tt...
O. li. Si L. Co , 1
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Session Sales None.
Outside Sales Reported None.
Quotation Changes Fourteen.
SHlPPiKG IHTELLIGtKCE.
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU.
Tuesday, December 27.
It. cruiser Etna, Giovanni, 11 days
from San Francisco.
SAILED FROM HONOLULU.
Tuesday, December 27.
Stmr.
wili.
Stmr.
weli.
Stmr.
Stmr.
ma til u.
Stmr.
Stmr.
V. Cm. Hall, Haplund, rvawin-
Mikahala, Thompson, Maka-
Waialeale, Green, Kilauea.
Ke Au Hou, Mosher, Hana-
James Makee,
Kinau, Clarke,
Tullet, Kapaa.
Maui and Ha-
waii ports.
Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, Maui,
Stmr. Iehua, Bennet, Molokai.
m. stmr. Australia, Houdlette,
San
Francisco.
Stmr. Upolu, Henningsen, Kohala
Schr. Waiahia, Nelson, Hanalei.
PASSENGERS.
Departed.
For Kahului, per stmr. Claudine,
Dee. 27 Kahului: Mrs. F. C. Allen.
Miss B. Allen. Miss A. Terry, Miss J.
Perry, W. H. Eu til off. C. Smith, C. H.
Dickev. Lahaina: Mr. Bailer, C. Al
len, Mrs. Abbatt. liana: J. E. Miller.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr. Ki
nau, Dec. 27 H. F. Marsh, Dr. Pox
sonsky, Charles Notley and servant, F.
T. Smith and wife. A. Young and wife,
George Ross. A. Haas. F. AV. Thrum, F.
H. Hayselden. T. L. Bell, Miss Horner,
Miss Fanning. Samuel Peck, Helen
Robertson, J. Wright, Jr., wife and
child. A. Richling. E. H. Lucas, Bishop
Willis.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Austra
lia, Dec. 27 R. Birnie, F. J. Calif, Miss
E. Clark, F. I. Cutter. W. C. Dart, A.
Deaumier. Col. V. Evans. E. Clark
Evans. E. R. Howe. T. E. Keating.
m?ss .T Marks. Mrs. Polachek. C. E.
Rosecrans, Geo. Seeley, W. J. Shotwell,
Capt. Taylor and wife, the Misses Tay
lor (3). Mrs. J. S. Walker, C. X. Wortn
ington and wife.
For Kauai, per stmr. W. G. Hall.
Dee. 27 H. Kapu. W. D. McBryde. W.
O Parke. S. K. Kaeo and wife. Miss
Renken. Miss V. Beckley, H. Blake,
Miss A. Hoffman. J. Kamawai. Miss
Soheiber, J. Titcomb. J. S. McCandless.
For Kilauea. per stmr. Waialeale.
Dee. 27. C. F. Peterson. A. L. Col
ttein. Ahoy and wife.
For Makaweli. per stmr. Mikahala.
Dec. 27. A. F. Knudsen and wife, Mrs.
Knudsen. Miss K. King.
WHARF AMD WAVE.
Officer Harry Evans last
i-Pte.l at Koko Head four
mgiu ar
deserting
sailors.
The barkentine Skagit brought 020,
000 feet of lumber from Port Ludlow
for Lewers & Cooke yesterday.
The steamer He.Iene. Macdonald, for
ATiihnkonn. Paahau. Kukaiau, Ookala,
Launahoehoe. Kihei, Papaloa. Hono
inn TTnk.ilau. Honomu. Pohakumanu
and Pepeekeo sails today at 4 p. m
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. lrt. The
British ship Jules Verne arrived from
Newcastle today. She had been given
up for lost and 10 per cent, reinsurance
had been paid. She was eighty-two
davs making the voyage. Rough
weather delayed her.
The famous Amesbury family of
shipmasters are in command as fol
lows: Capt. J. A. Amesbury, in the
ship Roanoke: Capt. Fred. Amesbury.
in the steel ship Puritan, both of
which are now in New York, and Capt.
E. T. Amesbury is in command of the
ship S. D. Carlton, now chartered from
Hongkong to Honolulu.
A Burglary.
The residence of Ralph Gear, on
Punahou street, was entered by a burg
lar Friday evening last Mr. and Mrs.
Gear and their guest, Miss Allen, of
the Hawaiian Foreign Office, were at
the Central Union Christmas tree en
tertainment. The thief went over the
house quite thoroughly, secured a $5
gold piece and considerable jewelry.
Miss -Allen is the heavy loser. She
mourns for a watch and rings. The
police are trying to find the property.
TO LET.
THRKi;
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lilti.'I-e for man
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WANTED.
A HOOK KEEPER
also a stenographer
references a once,
am! salary expK-tw!
ONE WHO IS
preferred. Send
State experience
A 'I dress
"PLANT
TION." This Offic-3.
5113
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the stock ledger of the C. Brewer &:
Company. Limited, -v ill be closed to
transfers from noon December L'Cth,
180S, until noon of the 2nd day of Jan
uary, i89y.
DaK-.l: Honolulu, Ix-rembtr 27th.
E. F. BISHOP,
"ll:i Treasurer.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
die stock books of the Ewa Plantation
Company .will be closed to transfers
from Thursday. December 29ih, to
Saturday, December :Hst, 1 SOS, inclu
sive. W. A. BOWEN,
Treasurer Ewa Plantation Company.
3113
NOTICE.
BY THE R. P. RITHET WE SHALL
receive a choice consignment of Fancy
Laying Hens. If you want any, place
orders at once.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO., Ltd.
Telephone 121. 5110
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Augustus F. Knudsen, E. A. Newton
and Arthur S. Knudsen, all of Kekaha,
Kauai, have this day entered into a
partnership under the firm of Knud
sen Bros., for the purpose of carrying
on a ranching and agricultural busi
ness. AUGUSTUS F. KNUDSEN,
E. A. NEWTON,
ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN.
Kekaha, Kauai, Dec. 27t.h, 189S.
5113
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
A DIVIDEND IS DUE AND PAY
able to the stockholders of the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at
their office, on Friday, December 30th,
1S9S.
N. E. GEDGE.
Secretary.
Honolulu, H. I.. Dec. 27, 1898.
5113
LOST.
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK PASS
Book No. 554 A (old No. 6,992). Finder
will please deliver or mail same to H.
Laws at Spreckels & Co.'s Bank, Ho
nolulu. 5113
FOR SALE.
FOUR MOST DESIRABLE BUILD
ing lots, centrally located, on Alakea
street, including corner of Beretania
street; forty foot front each; average
depth S5 feet. Apply to
5108 J. T. McGREW.
LEfi.SE FOR SALE.
THE LEASE OF THE BUILDING
situate at No. 19 Hotel Street, now oc
cupied by Kee Chong. Lease has 2S
years bo run. For particulars apply to
Hop Sing Co., of Wong Leong office,
Hotel street between Smith and Nuu-
anu streets.
5091
FOR LEASE.
THAT DESIRABLE DWELLING
House known as the McCULLY HOME
STEAD. This house contains fourteen
rooms, and has every modern conven
ience for a comfortable home.
Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
5100 Merchant Street.
FOR SALE.
A FIVE-YEAR-OLD FAMILY MARE,
speedy but gentle. Also a stylish road
wagon and harness, practically new.
Terms moderate. Apply to Mrs. R. F.
Woodward, Kamehameha School.
5 ICS
NOTICE.
WONG TUCK YOU, LAU LEE
Chong, Wong See Yon. sr. Ho Shee, Ho
Syak, Lee Shin, Lee Sum and Wat
Ging. formed copartnership. Wat Ging
manager. (Firm name Wo Fat and
Nee Chong.) Commencing 1st Feb,
1S97. Business as bakers, restaurant,
manufacturers of candy, etc., etc.,
Honolulu, II. I.. Dec. 16, 1S9S.
510G
NOTICE.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
We. the undersigned, having interest
in the business of Y. Lum Sing, on
Fort street, desire to sell our interest
to Pans- Miu Kin on the 15th Inst.. A,
D 1S9S
Y'UEN BUCK WING,
;ioo
CHOW7 MING.
BEFOR
Grand After
AT AUCTION !
And positivelv
ON
THURSDAY,
December 29
5
AT 10 A. M. AND 7 P. M.
At Progress Block, Corner Fort and Baretania Sts,
This sale 1 arranged 0 as to give another chance to Art lovers whakuM
not attend it before Christmas; and as so much expense and time given to
bring so large and See collection, Mr. Mihran lias decided to hold this sale
before packing the goods.
All the Cue RUGS which were no: exposed will be on exhibition until the
day of sale.
Come to inspect and make your selections.
J AS. F, MORGAN, Auctioneer.
THIS DAY.
Auction Sale
-OF
C1P
A r
U
On Wednesday, Dec. 2398,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of M. N. Saunders,
Esq., Nuuanu street, above Vineyard, I
will sell at Public Auction, the entire
Household Furniture, comprising:
WICKER PARLOR FURNITURE.
PARLOR RUGS AND PICTURES.
PIANO LAMP, DIVAN,
1 WESTEMEYER PIANO.
OAK BEDROOM SETS.
OAK WARDROBE.
WILCOX & GIBBS SEWING MA
CHINE.
D. R. TABLE AND CHAIRS.
SIDEBOARD, MEAT SAFE.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
STOVE AND KITCHEN UTENSILS.
PALMS AND PLANTS.
Lot of WThite Leghorns and Ply
mouth Rock Chickens.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
5110
Shares of stock
At Auction.
0OO
Under instructions from the Treas
urer of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., I will
p11 Public Auction at my sales
room, Queen street.
On Saturday, Dec. 31, 1898,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
FIFTEEN SHARES OF C. BREWER
& CO., LTD., being the fractional
shares of the new issue of stock.
ooo
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
5113
NOTICE
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS REQUEST
immediate settlement of all bills due
them.
All bills unpaid on December IS will
be handed to a collector to enforce
pavment. &093
LOST.
A BATHING SUIT. ON THE WAI-
viki road. Please return to Hawaiian
lotel. Suitable reward. 5112-2t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the shareholders of Castle ic uooKe,
Ltd.. held at their office in Honolulu,
on wecinesuay, isovemuer ovm. iodo,
the following officers were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
J. B. Atherton resident
G. P. Castle Vice President
E. D. Tenney Secretary
W A. Bowen lreasurer
J. B. Castle Auditor
The above named officers also con
stitute the Board of Directors tor tne
ensuing year.
E. D. TENNEY,
Secret an- Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
5100
Yes. Bits for Bikes and Bike. Eld
ridge and Belvedere, also Clevelands.
Direct from the factory where they are
made. We have parts for sixteen
makes of wheels. Also old parts for
wheels names unknown to J. S. B., but
as this week we had a
rt'viir with cones 2 in
i Rambler to
diameter, two
-nntP,i T found them r:sat here in
. .
v,
H. S. W. old stock. Also a Progress
wheel wanted a crank. Another, who
does the machine work in
this shop
(iftr trvinsr to iret one from
the
agents) found a plated crank in stock,
which, with very slight alterations,
fitted perfectly. Pan pilikia. Have
had at least half a hundred bad breaks
to repair on wheels this week, for
which we had every part required, in
stock. And any part not otherwise ob
tainable will be made here at very
reasonable rates. We can weld Stearns
cranks. Not done here before, often
been tried.
Notice any CLEAN bikes in town
this dirty weather? They pay $1.00 per
month and are kept so at
BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY,
Established 1S92. 231 King St.
OLD
FIN TOE
g A I JOEY'S
PACKIWG !
Christmas Sale.
nance.
ANTIQUE!
RARE'-
FINE SILK
Turkish
AND -
Persian
B
D
1 I
BETWEEN
run
AMD
-ooo
S. S. "GARONNE"
Will make MONTHLY round trips,
stopping at HILO on the down pas
sage.
ARRIVE IN HONOLULU.
January 21st, 1S99.
LEAVE HONOLULU.
January 27th, IBM.
The S. .S. "Garonne" is a large and
finely equipped steamer, with roomy,
comfortable and convenient pissenger
accommodations.
Connections with Northern Pacific
and Great Northern railways, affording
direct route to central or eastern
States.
I HI,
AGENTS.
FOR YOKOHAMA:
-ooo
THE 100 Al IRON
I HA
Will leave this port for
Yokohama on or about the
29th of December.
For freight and passage applj' to
THEO. H. DAVIES & C0.? LTD.
AGENTS.
Steamer Upolu
Will leave Honolulu at ID o'clock a
m., touching at" Honoipu, Mahukona.
Kawaihae and Kona ports, as follows
ARRIVE HONOLULU:
FRIDAY JAN. 13
FRIDAY FEB
TUESDAY FEB. 14
FRIDAY FEB. 21
LEAVE HONOLULU.
FRIDAY JAN. 6
TUESDAY JAN. 1
FRIDAY JAN. 2
TUESDAY FEB.
FRIDAY FEB. 1
TUESDAY FEB.
For freight and passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
AGENTS.
CHAS. BREWER fi CO.'S
New York Line.
The bark ''Footing Suey" will sail
from New York on or about February
2Mb, if sufficient inducement offers.
The ship George Curti3 will sail
from New York promptly January 15,
1S99.
Advances made on shipments on lib
eral terms For further particulars, ad
dress Messrs. CHAS BREWER & CO.
27 Kilby street, Boston or
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
Honolulu Agents.
Yacht '-Clytie'
FOR SALE.
MODERN CABIN YACHT, 23 FEET
long, S feet beam, 30 inches draught.
Outside lead ballast. Designed by V.
D. Bacon, and built last year. An able,
fast cruiser; roomy self-bailing cock
pit; large cabin, sleeping three. Com
plete with sails, ropes, cushions, anch
or, stove, dishes, etc. In excellent con
dition. Apply to
5090 T. WT. HOBRON.
NOTICE.
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN NOR
agents of the American bark "Alden
Besse" will be responsible for any
debts contracted . by the crew without
written authority. 5107-lw
1
HONOLULU
II
0
ceanic Steamship Company.
TIME TABLE:
T ae I
This Port
'ine Passenger Steamers
as Hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA JAN. 4
AUSTRALIA JAN. IS t
I
MARIPOSA FEB. 13
In connection
prepare! to issue,
railroad from San
New York by any
with the sailing of
to intending Dassen
Francisco, to all
steamship line to
For
further particulars apply to
Wm, G. IRWIN & Co.
JLIMITED-
General Asrents
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
AND.
so
ccidental
Steamers of the above companies
port on or about the dates below men
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
CITY OF PEKING DEC. 22
GAELIC DEC. 31
1899
CHINA JAN. 14
RATES OF PASSAGE
SINGLE TRIP.
For San Francisco Cabin S 75
European Steerage 25
For Yokohama Cabin $150
European steerage 85
For Hongkong Cabin $175
European Steerage 100
For general Information apply to
Hackfeld
AGENTS.-
Mil -Mil fill Ml
sii hoi.
Steamers of the above line, run ning in connection with tne 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 VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B.C.
For Suva, Wellington CN.Z.) anJ Sydney:
Warrimoo Jan. 20
Aorangi Feb. 17
Miowera Mar. 17
Warrimoo April 14
Aorangi May 12
Miowera June 9
Warrimoo July 7
Aorangi Aug. 4
Miowera Sept. 1
Warrimoo Sept. 29
Aorangi Oct. 27
Miowera Nov. 24
Warrimoo Dec. 22
. . im
Through tickets issued
from Hono
Europe. '
For Freight and Passage and all
Theo. B. Davies &
EX MOHICAN
I
These Vehicles are of the latest styles
and are extremely opportune for Christmas
gifts of beauty and usefulness. Wright's
is the place to get your carriages.
Honolulu
Carriage
Manufactory.
Kke,.W. W. WRIGHT, Propr.
This Line Will Arrive at anl Lear
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
AUSTRALIA DEC. 7
MARIPOSA J-I- 4
, AUSTRALIA
JAN. U
FEB. 1
MO ANA
..... !
the
ibove steamers, the Agents
srprs. courvon
through tickets by
any
points in the United States, and from
all European Ports.
Oceanic S. S. Co.
riental Steamship
will call at Honolulu and leave this
tioned.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
DORIC DEC. 30
1899
NIPPON MARU JAN. 6
ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
ROUND TRIP.
For San Francisco Cabin, 4 mo's.$125
For Yokohama Cabin, 4 mo's.... 225
Cabin, 12 mo's 262.50
For Hongkong Cabin, 4 mo's... 262.69
Cabin, 12 mo's 816.25
& Co
Id
OJ
viz:
FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTON (N.ZJ.& SUVA
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
Aorangi Jan. IS
Miowera Feb. 15
Warrimoo Mar. 15
Aorangi April 12
Miowera May 10
Warrimoo Jun 7
Aorangi July 5
Miowera Aug. 2
Warrimoo Aug. 30
Aorangi Sept. 27
Miowera Oct. 25
Warrimoo Nov. 22
Aorangi Dec. 20
lulu to Canada, United States and
general information, apply to
Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
O
O
New Surreys,
Road Carts,
Phaetons,
Harness
Co.
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