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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AliVEKTISKK: HONOLULU, FKr.IUWKY.
20 ISO?. gm Gosti ntt CITY laseeJ very Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAII- GAZETTE COMPANY, Vca Holt Block, King Street. A. Y7. PEARSON, Business Manager. OF PEKING AKilOUHCEMEHT. ...n L- , i . V III 1 If Oceanic Steamship Company; Struck in Eastern Waters by Japanese Gunboat. COTTAGE TO RE:i7. illlMMSO.'S TIME TABLE From and A'tcr Jan. 1, 18D9. i i Damage W 1 ! 1 Cau-ie Delay cf Least Five Days Prompt Action- Repairs. furnish . . . . .- A. ' I CET WEEN Seattle and Tacoma M)- Horiv lulu and Hilo. The 8. S. "GAROHHE" TIME TABLE: P- FURNISHED ROOM J. i FROM SAN FRANCISCO: , moana FOR SAN FRANCISCO: "F1 6 :ien 3TATIO.53. iMily (Ontward) ex. Sun. A.M. Honolulu.. 7:10 frearl City. JJwaMm.. S:33 tYalakae "WaUlna Xahnku. ru'.ly li iUy ex, s -Hi. A.M. A.M. 9:15 11:05 'J:4 1 1:40 10:08 1:00 10:50 11:65 12: '2 Daily iKily P.M. i'.M- 3:15 3:47 4:15 4:11 5:40 5:10 S:50 0: 10 STATIONS. (Inward) watalaa... Waianae.. . Xwa Mill.. JPearl City, xlccolulx. g. r. denison, BuperirtendenT. Idiv ex. Sun. A.M. 5:50 :!5 6::o Daily Daily A.M. i'.M 5: .... ;:io 7:10 .... 7:45 105 H:0i 1:30 fc:35 2:15 Diilv KM 3:55 4 4:52 B:S F. C. Smith, Gen. Pas. & Tkt. A gt. SHIPPING IKTELUGENCL The Citv of Peking, du' Honolulu from Yokohama oa Fe't.ru ary 11, will U- five days late in her arrival hi-re. The delay is occasion ed by damages sustained by the Peking m a collision wun me Japanese gun-, boat A magi on January 10. The collision took place off Ichie- saki, in the province of Kii. At the time it was very dark and the two ves sels con hi not distinguish one another. The Ainagi struck the Peking amid ships, destroying about ." feet of rails and knocking overboard No. 3 life boat hanging on the port-side1 davit. It is said also that three plates were injured. The alarm was immediately given on the steamer and all neces sary preparations were made for sav ing life. The life belts were distribut ed among the passengers. i NICELY rent, with Hoard tan: a S:rT. UENISHED A rooms : Vr-- STOLEN. FROM WAlALUA PLANTATION, on IKv- mlnn- 14th. Postal Pa-s Hook ,'S.: B. fur whL h a !;U ra: r- ward v i '. ! be givci on y turn f a:r.- Pis:al Savings Bank. t FOR SALE. :.)-.:: r. ; i a: v'iuii. s ahM.:. Ad tv..' ad :ti th- E.4 r:i ..r. nor.- jr p an 1 ti ;:. r.-V- ;c. 1 ! t:; : a;i t!-k.-! I-an!. ar":c x A I. T . A ! . A a:.ami::a . AlntAI.lA i: .i-n:.!.!. ::a!:cii i.li:i::u . MMICH IS At S:iL!.!A MAKCH rjiM.UIl05.V . . A PHIL ISjAf.-TIIALlA ... ii ::.vr.c:i 1 ::.nc!i 11 ::.r.c2i xt i IV HENRY 1 I il GL'iSRAL AGESTS. ; I CO., FINE LOT OF Llf.HT HiLMT ANJ hariirsa horses just v i iv.-i and f..r sale hca; a: corner A.ukea and ii'i? '-n streets. Whilhrs. r ar of mam lice Teh-:hon .". Mil AHIUVKD AT HONOLULU. Friday, February 3. LT. S. Transport Scandia. T. W. lart, from San Francisco, Jan. 2t; carrying the Twentieth U. S. Hesriment, 1211 men, en route to Manila. Jap. S. S. America Maru, Walter H. Cope, from Hongkong, Jan. 14; Yoko bama, Jan. 2."; 21)3 tons general mer chandise to II. Hackfeld & Company; 5G2 Japanese, 12 'Chinese for Honolulu. Stmr. Walaleale, Green, from Kilau r.a; 3G00 bags of sugar, to V. G. Irwin & Co.; one box governor and 3 pack ages sundries. Stmr. Iwa, from Punalmi, Oahu; 4o0 hags of rice. FOR SALE. NATIONAL CAUINKT CASH i;i:r.- Th-3 Peking manged, however, to en- I jster in irood t)rder. Co-t $210; i'.! ;r r.-I tu l.v.:. : icrA'.zA racr. cujpnn ihrwci Udtu X? ary r.ii:?"v! Saa IVo.sc: t. a:i j.a: !n tt IViri :::. a! tr.a N x Yor It .i-y itcamlp 2:s to a'l ir irrraa IVr.x. Iir f -ir:r.?r rir.:::j!.ir sr?!jr to Steamer Upolu Y:i! !f.ivo Honolulu at 10 o'clcxu . tcuch!::g at !Ionolru. M.ihukoai. !av.-a;hr. and Knna ports, follows: AIUUVi: HONOLULU. Wm. G. IRWIN & Co. LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co, ter Kobe the following morning and sell ior.ii.. -pp. io t:hnf.s!.y S."n"KIAY . l-t- 117 g. imi:tz. Nuuin'i Str-- WANTED. posi rioN. :i rT- SAILKO FROM HONOLULU. Friday, February 3. Stmr. Manna Loa, Simerson, for La haina, Maalaea, Kona and Kau. Stmr. Mikahala, Thompson, for Ma kawli, AVaimea and Kekaha. Schr. Concord, Harris, for Kaunaka 5cai. Am. ship St. Francis, V. O. Winn, for Philadelphia, with a full cargo of sugtar. Schr. Malolo. Sass, for fishing cruise off Molokai. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn. for Kauai ports. proceeded on her way to Hongkong in the evening. Upon arriving in that port the steamer went on the dry dock and underwent repairs. rne damages to tne gunwwi un LOOKK LLPFIt SKKKS been precisely ascertained, when tho vcars experience. Will .mftp5n:i MniMi sailed from Yokohama, chase interest in business. Address t. i i or vorv Hjrht. aiisw is to W. F. Y. Advertiser oilh e. ... . ol4U It is stated that sometime aucr me accident occurred the Amagi entered Knshimoto harbor and immediately despatclieu a telegram iu iut- mu, A N1CK sorNI), r.KNTI.i: 1M olfice, Kobe, inquiring the other ves- norj;p f0r about $!'. .ddr-s P .Aiv nnd lipr dnmaires. At the I O. Hox 31. M43 X - - ' - same time the Kobe agent of the Paci fic. Mail Steamship Company, also rail- WANTED. eo at ui'"u', : y LWENING HMPLOYMILNT P.V the ships in the collision were simu.- GvlcrL bookkeeper, etc. l'irsl clais u taneouslv obtained. Capt. J. i remame l erences. Address I.I'.AYi: HONOLULU. rrr.sDAY ri:n. 7 Friday n:n. 17 TUESDAY Kill!. 2 Vot frU'ht and passage r.prr to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. LTD. AGKNTS. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental g Oriental Steamship Go. Toyo Kisen Kaisha. WANTED. .'HAS. BREViEK d GO.'h v. New York Line. AND St.rjr of the t'j-i-a coaxzU met nil : Hosota'.j asl Icit. tiU porl oa or about th Ailt b:ov cratloscJ. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: FOR SAN FRANCISCO: Rio m: janiiiro rnn. ai:i:i:ica mauu rniL 4 copt:c rca is city or ii:xixg rnn. n AN Smith is master of the City of Peking. "W," Advertiser Ofh c WHARF AND WAVE. WANTED. VESSELS SAILING TODAY. Jap. S. S. America Maru, Cope, San Francisco at 9 a. m. for PASSENGERS. Arrived. From Japan, per stmr. America Maru, Feb. 3. W. Maragora. rG2 Jap anese and 12 Chinese. Through. From China and Japan, per Jap. S. S. America Maru, Feb. 3. Lord Charles Beresford and valet, R. Grey, E. Rit tenhouse, A. Conn, R. C. Kingsley, F. W. Raker, Com. C. P. Reese, U. S. N., G. Okada, H. Kobayashi. Capt. O. W. Farenholt, U. S. N., M. Ill vera, Capt. Farrell, U. S. A., S. F. Phillips, H. H. "VVinne, J. Wile, M. Arnolt, Mrs. C. P. Reese. Lt. W. Naumann. Mr. and Irs. Bagnall. J. W. Young. E. Riego de Dioc, Mrs. G. CI. P.arret, Lieut. Aloe, U. S. A.. Dr. J. J. Guisti, .Mrs. Fong Lee See. Miss Hoy Sam, Capt. W. M. Dan- herv. Master Reese. F. Horikoshi, Mas ter Bagnall and Mr. and Mrs. E. Young. Departed. For Maui and Hawaii ports, per stmr. Manna Loa. Feb. W. Bred p. Mrs. Hill. C. Willis. Sarah Crockett, G. V. Wilder. W. Berlowitz. F. Koster, M. Kilva, A. Makekau, J. Coerper, A. Noell, p A. Dias. Miss E. C. Smith. Dr. Row- ntt Dr. Havashi and J. D. Paris. For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb. 3 W. Waterhouse, T. S. Sedgwick. J. A. Akina and Makaila, Jr. For Kauai, per stmr. Ke An Hon, ;Feb. 3. C. Woiters. Booked. For San Francisco, per stmr. America Maru, sailing Feb. 4 Paul Isenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Isenberg, Miss Streckewald, S. T. Alexander, Miss Julie Alexander. Charles Clark, Miss Wilson. Miss Struve. Mrs. O. Sorenson, C V. Dent, Mr. and Mrs. Hammonson. ;Mr. atul Mrs. B. F. Moore, Mrs. F. G. .Steamlxrg, W. L. Hopper. Maj. Davis. Mrs. Garst and infant. Miss G. Garst, M. Garst, E. S. Valentine. A. Albrecht, 1H. Wemmis. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Gar vin. R. C. Lydetrkei. I". Remensbcrger. Capt. Geo. W. Freeman. The Maui brought 11,."40 bags of sugar from Paauhau to the city yesterday. The schooner H. C. Wright sailed from Gray's Harbor for Kahului on January 25. The purser of the Waialeale reports 41,121) bags of sugar on Kauai, await ing smpment. The schooner Robert. Lowers, bark lbevt and bark I. F. Chapman left S:i.n Francisco on January 25 for Ho nolulu. The bark George Curtis left New. York on January 13, with general mer chandise consigned to Brewer & Co. The Curtis comes in place of the bark Johanna, which was recently lost on the wav here. A GERMAN WANTS INSTRUCTION in th-e English language and to tvack German in exchange. Address X Ad vertiser oMico. 51 IJ LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. A LARGE FEMALE BERNT! AMINE dog, answers to the name of "IJeaaty." Reward will be paid for the return i.f same to W. Woltf is, with H. H.n k'cld & Co. Ml! 1 ae s..ip l.aitiy i :i'.;r.cy ar.i faui New York fur Honolulu on March i.t, and tl;v Uirk Fohng Suey will iv.iv Apri; i..tti rmm cv rK r. Honohiiu. if timclor.t Inducer.:-:.: offrr.-t. Advances mat. on shipments on li".'- irral terms. I or f irthrr pirtlcular. :d- drt-s M.v-rs. CIIAS. UUrAVin: CO. 27 Killiy stre t. r.oston or c. p.i:i:w!:r co.. ltd.. Honolulu Ag;:t?. PASSAGE HATES OF SINGLE TP.ir. For S.m rraccIscCaV.a eil Cahla I Toyo Kl?cn Kalv..i r.!y .1 ARE AS rOLLOWS: S-nJ Otla tTojo K!ca lui'U !y 1 ROUND TRIP. 1!S ICO V I Bonis 1 OKI A.vii u."vii o,wr3E8 . For Yokoaiaa Catla 1150; Tor Saa IVarci CaLta. 4 tn.ya.JlT4 .-tcoa l Cahla u-ijror Yokobaai Cab'.a. 4 aoV... Itt l Toyo Kin KaNh. ..:;ly.) i Cabin, 12 rao'a. ZCUL9 Ixropeaa steeraA 5jtcr Ilorctocc Cab!a, 4 so'...rCIA0 Tor Hoaskong Cabta JITS i CaMn. 12 tao'. 2ItU Tor general lafomatlca applj to "IW. HACKFELD & ,'ca. Hi'As. Coimnicids the Planter. SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25. Captain Galop, who for years has been a mas ter of the schooner Mary Dodge, to day transferred his clothes, bay and ditty box, to the cabin of the barken tine Planter, one of the Hawaiian su gar packets. He takes command of the sugar carrier in place of Captain Dow. who died on the last voyage of the vessel to the islands. LOST. EITHER IN HILO OR HONOLULU. a mileage ticket issued by the North ern Pacific railroad and hearing the name cf J. T. Laccasse. The Under will be suitably rewarded by '.caving tlu same at this office. 5142 NOTICE. I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD ALL MY right, title and interest in and to the c riterion barber shop to it. A. ijoacis. I Hanking the public tor liberal pat ronage in the past I ask for a tontin nance for the new proprietor. c. J. McCarthy. Honolulu. February 2, 1:. 511 NOTICE. Ownership Questioned. 1 . 1. .. i 01 lector uenerai -icriocier ui moved to amend his answer to A. M. Brown's petition for a writ of man damus compelling letters of registra tion to issue for the ship "Falls of Clyde." wherein he denies on infor mation and belief that the petitioner. A. M. Brown, is sob1 owner of the ship. I HAVE THIS DAY INSTALLED Mr. Benito Guerrero as manager of P. J. Voeller's grocery store, he havint; power to buy, sell and sign the name of P. J. Voeller & Co. 1 will not be re sponsible for any debts in the name of P. J. Voeller tic Co., without the s: nature or the manager or mysvif. L. II. DEE. Attorney in Fact for P. .). Voel!. r. Honolulu. February 1. lS'.f. 51 H H. ENGELBRECHT, Sicccs.or to Saa Francisco Launch Co. l oailnii'-s the business of :'.. ahvc company ci the same p!aco. Urcer North Fo;ci 2uJ Stockton Sirens SAN FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA. Write for Catalogue. 0132 1 8 ft 1) 1! 1 u pn bU 0 FOR SALE. SN amcrA c! the aV)vo liae, raaa'.nj la ciaacctloa ;:!; th? C.UCADl AN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY l'.wa Vaacoarcr. R. C. a.a4 Sri ny. N. S. W.. and calllns a: Victor!.!. II. C. Iloaolala, Sixi (Hj:). AtaJ Wci:ir.g.oa. r:. Z.. &r sionsroz. Oa or about ta datfj Lc'.aw ta:cJ. viz: F0M VA!C0UYE!t AD VICTORIA. tC JorSj4.WrI:it03(M.i 3S)Jttr: iiii Mi-AD OF FAT STEERS h. l.ih iku rati-h. iati, Hawaii. AT Apply to SAMUEL NORRIS. ,113 P. O. W.ilohltri. FOR SALE. Raided the Hankers. The Chinese lottery, known as Pa- kanio. started on Wednesday with a capital of $5,000. is broken. Deputy Marshal Chilhnsworth raided three joints last night and arrested eight G h nes.e bankers. iK'snles capmnnc a quantity of the lottery paraphanalia. NOTICE May Flint Reinsurance. SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25. Insur ance men are gambling on the voyage o.f the American four-masted ship May Flint. Some anxiety is felt for the ressel, though it cannot be said it is overdue. The ship sailed from Hiogo. Japan, for New York 150 days ago. And since she left port she has not .been spoken. An average "voyage be tween the two ports is about 130 days. DTtt as the May Flint is considered a smart ship it is thought she should have been at anchor in New York har bor at least a month ago. The May Flint is one of the best known vessels in the American mer chant marine. She was transformed into a sailing ship from the British steamer Persian Monarch, and as a re salt she presents a peculiar appear ance as a sailing vessel. Twenty per fnt. reinsurance is now being quoted in the ship. 'What is that French otttcer so ex cited and angry about; Mimo one, intending to be complimentary, spoke of him as having forged his way to the front." Puck. FROM AND AFTER THIS DAT;: Mr. W. P. Jonnson is authorizc-d to 10- ccive. collect and r eip: for all mom ;. due us. HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFAC TURING CO. Honolulu. Feb. 1. 1V'.. 5'.U AU.KY'S IKK ITS. THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING to the Estate of Gc . C. Beckwita. con taining 2S.32 arr. Jdltutcd al Haiku, Maui, near th-s Plantation grouad; elevation C'r t t. trade wlad blow fresh an i coo! fit.rn the Ka; a cj3 firtah! s.iib.otanti.it hou.se vi 7 ro itns, 3 dressing ro.ur. c'.o-eta. kitchen, pia try and ofl and . ral o.i'.bui: Jlng all in vi r-p.ur: trult and aid trfr. w.i'fr .-ipp'.y from citcra and n-v. r failing -prir.c-. (IfwI pasture with raxiiw an I running wa'jr. Clear ti:' frota !: .; p.: nts. For farther inr.: in a-: a Irs'i;'..- the pr-ml or cf F. It. DAMON. AOILNGI .. miovi:il . WARUIMOO AORANGI .. M 10 Willi A . WARRIMOO AORANGI .. MIOWKRA . WARRIMOO AORANGI .. MIOWKRA . WARRIMOO KKII. 17 MAIL 17 APRIL II T 12 juni: 0 JULY 7 AUG. 4 5 i 1 r SEPT. 23 OCT. 27 NOV. 21 DEC. 22 F0.n SYDLY.WtLLlCT0t?X.i.4 SCYA Fr VktotU ci Vtcctr tBC.:: miowi:il rnn. is WARRIMOO MAR. 15 AOILNNGI APRIL 12 MIOWKRA MAY 13 WARRIMOO JUNK 7 AORANGI JULY t S.1IOWKRA AUG. 2 WARRIMOO AORANGI MIOWKRA WARRIMOO ... AORANGI , to Cacxia, AUG. 20 EE IT. 27 OCT. 25 NOV. 22 DCC. 2 0 Taro-jsh t!c!:t:a :.ruM frora Hoaolalu K:irYP. For I"rc!sat aai Pvj;? aai al cncral laforraatlcn. app'j to Theo. 0. Davies S Co., l.td., Gen'l Agts. Ex R. P. Rithet o o Ci:. ; I t u a'.i. II a d:i! 1. I". Reme.nsperger, president ot tae Enternrise Brewinsr C ompany ot an Francisco, is among the passengo bcoketl for the America Maru. Mr. on Remensiu rcr cann; ! (the last Australia. to Honolulu A suit on behait )t Lovejoy - Co. tor rebate of liqtior tluties paid since Aug. 13. is to 'oe instituted. The claim "will am.)unt to about $20.'H". Yes. Bits for Bikes, any B:ke. E51- redge and Belvedere, also Clevelaa i.-. Direct from the factory where they are made. We have part for sixteen' makes of wheels. Also old parts for wheels names unknown to J. S. B.. lei: as this week we had a Ramller td repair, with cones 2 in. diameter, two wanted. I found them right here In H. G. W. old stock. Al?o a Progress wheel wanted a crank. AnotlKr, who the machine work in this s.hop dOC: from the Mrs. Pond, wife of Lieut, commanding the Iroquois, will in- the S. S. Australia. Pond. arrive Capt. George W . 1-reeman is a pas- stnsrer on the America Maru today for San Francisco. BORN. McLEAN--To the wife of J. a son. L. Mdan. AMERICAN MESSENGER SERVICE. Masonic Temple. Telephone 444. (afur trying to ret one agents) found a plated crank in sto:k, which, with very slight alterations, fitted perfectly. Pan pHkia. Have had at least half a hundred ha 1 breaks to repair on wheels thi week, far which we hat! 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 hern tried. Notice any CLEAN bik- In toxn this dirty weather? They pay Jl.no prr month and are kept po at BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY. Established 1S92. 231 King St. OFFICES FOR RENT. THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY . .t i f y that 1 i .y wish to s cure t:h.v r:n c..y :rai as: sh'.ppliig :!: r of ta- Port, that they intend tvi t r- r t a TWO-STOIU !.UILDING on o I oa Qaeca .-:r'.:t. ..: l tl..i. v.h've of the .-C- or: i t: ir wi.i run ;n o::.ces to ? .s.:.i.v ' ? it ir.:rtn!;ng 71" pr x.n.;ty of thi to iu rcai.tLe an 1 .-hipp.ng c-ntcr o: thi port, mak r.-t c r.ver..ea: Iom:;o:i. ntdi. -.it :;;? .'or r--:n may b nv',.- a ..r.c to C. BREWER a: COMPANY. LTD . cj-.-a Ho!.-'-:: :. J.imary l":h. 1:? 5125 New line of Surreys and Phsetons HAND AND MACHINE OOO MADE HARNESS. n r t'T. the Trimmings, Lamps, Harness Whips and Laprobes. OOO Extra fine ASTItACHAX L.M'IlOUES: Jut the th-np for rainy weather. Don't place an order until you have seen our scods. OOO NOTICE ALT. ACCOUNTS DUE ME UP TO and including Iveembcr CI. 1S?3. for tho payment of which arrangement are not made pr'.or to January 21, IS:?, will b collected by process of lax. My mother (Mr.. A. J. Burgos) ao! !s my power o: attorney. Honolulu Carriage Manufactory. DR. G. w. nuRGnss. Honolulu. January 11, 153. 512C-tf. Fort St. U U7 WDTP.UT Drnnr y