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TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. FKIIIIUAKY SS, l00.
THe Piiic Cowii! Mm lined Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Von Holt Block, King Street. A. W. PEARSON, Business Manager oneiwnco.'!! TIME TABLE From and After Jan. 1, ISfM) STATIONS Daily Dally (Outward) ex. San. Daily ex, 8m. DaiJy Daily A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Honolulu.. 7:10 :15 11:05 3:15 5:10 Pearl City. 8-03 9:4 11:40 3:47 B-.TA) EwaJIill.. 8:33 10K 12:00 4:15 6:10 "Vin&e... .... 10:50 4:45 .... Wall) a .11:65 5:40 Xihuka 12:'.2 6:15 STATIONS. Dally (Inward) ex. Han. Diily Daily Daily A.M. A.M. P.M P.M JLahnxa... .... 5:35 .... 2:08. Wftlalas... .... :10 2:50 Walanae... .... 7:10 .... 3:56 EwaMill.. 5:50 7:45 1;05 4:32 Pearl City. :15 ' 8:03 1:30 4:52 Honolulu.. 6:10 8:35 2:C5 :26 G. P. Dckison, Superintendent. F. C. Smith, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Aet. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By the Government Survey, Published Every Monday. BAitoM rmcr.M 2 . i . . as sc. o Z. -t o o K ' S ft . - . 5 ? U. 5 h -s? a p- T 18 30.03 29.96 71 78 . 00 60 6 NB 3 H 19130.0 29.96 70 7 .05 64 4 NE ! i-0 M 20 30.055 29.96 66 feO .00 63 3-6 NE ?2 T 21 30.I29.5 7i 78 .01 70 4 NB 3- W U 30.00 29.90 69 77 .03 66 2-6 NE i-4 T 23 29. 9i 29.91 fifc 76 .08 79 5-3 NE .4 F 24 ft0.0T29.96 68 80 .04 66 7 'NE j3 i Pas. and mdse. San Francisco to Ho inoluln, in Hawaiian Line, by Williams. Dimond & Co. I Ida McKay. Am. schr. ITS lon3 Lumber from Gray's Har!xr to Maui. rnu.vV i H- y Hind. Rolph & Co. VUJll A.M, Snrvkanf Am whr .".TO tnn frit Gamble) Lumber thence to Honolulu, by Pq;v? & Talbot. w. ii. lJimomi, Am. bktn.. Jib ions i Pass, and mdse. San Francisco to Ho nolulu, in Oceanic S. S. Co.'s Line, by 'J. I). Spreekels & Bros. Co. ( Amelia. Am. bktn., 33 tons (at ; Port Ludlow) Lumber thence fo Ho- r.olulu, by Pope &. Tallot. Lurllne, Am. bg. 336 tons Pass, and mdse. San Francisco to Kahului, by Henry F. Allen. Ruby A. Cousins, Am. schr. 1SZ tons Pass, and mdse. &m Francisco to Honoipu and Kahului. by Hind, Rolph & Co. Wrestler, Am. bktn.. 409 tons Pass, and mdse. San Francisco to Kahulua, by Henry F. Allen. Alden Besse. Am. bk., 812 tons Pass, and mdse. San Francisco to Honolulu, by J. D. Spreckcls & Bros. Co. Hawaiian Isles, Haw. ship., 2041 tons (now on Puget Sound) Lumber thence to Melbourne or Adelaide, H2 Ss 3d; option of Port Pirie 2 6s 3d; by J. J. Moore & Co. Prior to arrival. Irmgard, Am. bktn., CI 4 tons Pass, and mdse. to' Honolulu, in Hawaiian Line, by Williams, Dimond & Co. R. P. Rithet, Haw. bk., 102C tons Pass, and mdse. San Francisco to Ho nolulu, in Planters' Line, by Welch & Co. . Standard, Am. ship, 1461 tons Goes in ballast to Seattle, mdse. thence to Honolulu, and returns with sugar to San Francisco. Alice Cooke, Am. schr., 722 tona Pass, and mdse. San Francisco to Ho nolulu, in Hawaiian Line, by Williams, Co. CIRCUIT COURT. Some .Matters and More W.iiulua Case OiicMions. I ' Petition for l:tr of administration 'of estate of Frances a Hoimtx rg. de- ead, has hw-n filed by J. Alfred Ma-" liroon, in which petitioner prays that. J. P. Cooke l- appointed administrator of said estate. , ; In the cae of J. H. Sopr and K. S. Valentine vs. B. F. Dillingham and the ; Waialua Agricultural Company thej defendants have filed Hits of cro in terrogatories to be filed in the cur-' Ins of depositions from San Francisco, witnesses. They have also filed ob- ections to certain interrogatories filed' by plaintiffs for the f curing of -aid . depositions. In the action to quiet title of I ! .VcCandless vs. S. Mahelona plaintiff, nas Riven notice or a motion for a new rial and bond of exceptions filed. Plaintiff In the suit for damage of A. Mouritz vs. Elizabeth ckett ha llseonflnued action. ilftllll I Oceanic Steamship Company. Dimond v& Barometer corrected to 32 F. and sea- level, and after the 1st of February for Htandard sravltv of Lat. 45. This cor rection Is .06 for Honolulu. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. o oq 5 S W CO . DAT. ??S HHds r- 5 p. a . n f a p.m. a.m. am. p.m. Rise Mon. 27 -21 4.32 10.55 11.20 6.22 6.01 8 09 Tuei. 28 6.06 5.06 11.24 a.m. 6.21 6.04 9.04 Wed. 1 T-00 5.40 11 56 0.12 6.21,6.05 10.00 p.m. Than 2 7.59 6.16 12.31 1 19 .20 6.03 10.58 Frfd. 3 9.08 7.02 1.19 2.50 6.19 6.05 11.57 Sat... 4 10.20 8.11 2.15 4.40 6.18 6.06 a.m. Sun.. 5 11.29 10 00 3.30 6.05 6 17 6.06 0.58 PASSENGERS. Arrived. From San Francisco, per stmr. Amer ica Maru, Feb. 27. Miss N. Mclntyre, Miss A. Mever. Mr. Thos. Mulford. Mrs. M. J. Carroll, Master M. Welle3, Mr. Eugene Ross, Rev. C. H. Yatman, Cant. and Mrs. L. E. H. Meyer, Miss V. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fancher, Master Halsey Welles, Mr. A. Hennlsch. Mr. D. W. Kirkland, Miss Meyer, Mrs. O. H. Walker, Miss Agnes Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Welles. Mr. and Mrs. T. Henshaw, Miss C. J. Miller. Departed. For Molokai, per stmr. Lehua, Feb 27. Mr. Foster, Mr. Schleiffer. For Yokohama, per stmr. America Maru, Feb. 27. Mrs. G. S. Thrall, Mis3 M. C. Treat, F. B. Paine, O. M. Water- house, Mrs. Stinson, Miss Donato, Mr. Pettibone and wife. WHARF AND WAVE. Last Quarter of the Moon on the 4tn at aou p. m. The tides and moon phases are given In stnnrinrd tim. The time of sun ana miinn rislnor and EettlnfiT being given for all tiorts in the erouo are In Local time. tn which tha resnective corrections to Standard time annlleable to each differ ent nort should be made. tp standard time whistle sounds at iSh. flm. 0ft. fmidnijrht). Greenwich time, which is lh. 30m. p. m. of Hawaiian Stan dard time. SHIPPING IKTELL1CBICE. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Monday, February 27. Am. ship Edward O'Brien, Lat hrop, 23 davs from Nanaimo. B. C; 3340 tons coal to I. I. S. N. Co. S. S. America Maru, Cope, 5 days 16 hrs: from San Francisco:, pass. and .mdse. to H." HacTcfeld & Co. Am. schr. Corona, Anderson, 24 days from Port Townsend; 324,000 feet rough lumber, 153 dressed lumber, 260,000 shlnerles. 40.000 lath, to Lewers & Cooke. . U. S. R; S. Celtic, from San Fran cisco. Sip. Kaiulani, from .Walau. Schr. Kawailani, from Kalaae. Wai- . SAILED FROM HONOLULU. . Monday, February 27. Stmr. J. -A. Cummins, Searle, manalo. Am. schr. Alton, Heloos, Hawaii. Schr. Blanche and Ella, Dudoit, Hilo Stmr. Noean, Pederson, Eleele. Stmr. Lehua. Rennet. Molokai and Lanai. Jap. S. &. America Maru, Cope, China The United States refrigerator shin Celtic is anchored off Dort en route to Manila. She arrived at about 2 o'clock- yesterday afternoon. The chief officer of the America Maru was taken ill with la grippe on the way down and the steward was also laid up with blood poisoning. ine liner America Maru docked at the Mail wharf at 8 o'clock yesterday morning after a smart run from San Francisco and sailed for Yokohama at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Owing to the late arrival in New York of the British mails the steamship -Aioana, scheduled to sail last Wednes day night, did not get away from San Francisco until Thursday at 10 p. m. She will arrive early Thursday morning next en route to Sydney. The tugboat Relief, which has been undergoing wholesale repairs for the past fewr" weeks in Sari Francisco, is al most ready to go into commission again.. She is the fastest and strong est tug on the bay and will take the place of the Fearless, now the United States tug Iroquois. PORT TOWNSEND, Wash., Feb. 20. Th-e schooner Lyman D. Foster, CapL D. O. Killman, arrived here this morn ing from Shanghai. The Foster made the round trip from Port Blakeley to China and back to Puget sound in 110 days, which is said to be the fastest sailing time on record. The following island steamers sail today: Steamer Iwalani, Gregory, for Lahaina, Honokaa and Kukulhaele, at 10 a. m.; steamer KInau, Clarke, for Maui and Hawaii ports at 3 p. m.; steamer James Makee, Tullett, for Kauai ports at 4 p. m.; steamer Claud ine, Cameron, for Maui ports, at 5 p. m.; steamer W. G. Hall, Haglund, for Nawiliwili, Hanamaulu, Koloa, Cleele BETWEEN Seattle and Tacoma AND Honolulu and Hilo. o The S. S. "GARONNE" D.:e in Hoi.olu'i i Marvh 1:. -aiII de part fr S.:t! an ! Taror.4 March Cth. Space and accomrcoda:'. jr. joutj lc n:ael ahead. All railroad a?cn:4 in th Ka:rn S:a. ar- c- prrpirrd to quote rate and ne'.l tick: thr-:ca to the Hawaiian IIand. TIME TABLE: Kvictrs ct TV.i IJ, WU2 Arriit at FROM SAN FRA?.XISC0: FOR SAN FRASCISCQ: MOANA M AIIC1I AUSntALTA MARCH A ITT) A i AUST7LLIA I A! :mi:da jiarcii x SiARClI 11 MARC4I MAR!r05A M-VKCHl APRIL 12l.rSTIlAUA ArRII 21 I i I- 'Frisco Fleet. Honolulu sugar boats continue to ar rive, says the ban rranc.co nronie.v of February ISth, and yesterday four of the trim island packets sailed through the Golden Gate. The bark t. P. Rithet and Alden Bes5e. th brU . D. Spreckels and the barkentine Irm- gard were all waft?d in on a favorlns breeze, and the vhole procession reached anchorage grounds without any assistance from uigooata. ine Rithet came up in twenty days, the Mden Bcsse In twrnty-thrce, the Irm- gard In twenty. The brig J. D. Sprock et, in spite of baffling winds and fre quent calms, made the best time of all. reaching this port Jii3t fourteen days after leaving Honolulu. The Irmgard encountered particularly rough weath er. February 1st she ran into a strong southeasterly gale, which lasted for seven days and gave the barkentlne'j officers and men all they could do to handle their ship. She was frequently hove to, and for eight days ran under lower topsails. For farther Informatics ar?'y to II E TOUR TO JAPAN Wm- G- IRWIN & Co Arrests. Two Chinese were arre.-te1 gambling yesterday morning. Two boys were arrested for truancy. Two natives were arrested for sau It and battery upon their wives. for as- The Orpheum will present n vaude ville show tomorrow evening with local talent. A first class entertain ment i3 expected. Nearly all or the tourists and com mercial people who arrived by the America Maru arc at the Hawaiian hotel. A. B. Wood has the W. A. Ixve Feat in the Stock exchange. Kihel Sugar Company has been in corpo rated. Kona sugar co. nas been iisttti on 'Chance. ANNUAL MEETING. TUB ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of Hawaiian Fibre Co. Ltd.. will be held at the otfWa of Cecil Brown at 3 p. m. on Tuesday, February 28. W. C. WEEDON. 51 C2 Secretary. REMOVAL NOTICE. MY HORSESHOEING SHOP (form- eily on Queen street) Is now located on Richards street above Queen street J. A. NITNES. Telephone No. S71. ."1; FOR SALE. and .T.inan. Stmr. Ke Au Hou. Thompson. liana- and Hanapepe, at 5 p. m maul u. MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and for the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers From Hongkong Maru Yokohama Alameda Sydney Moana San Francisco' Mauna Loa Kbna Iehua Molokai and Lanai . KInau Hawaii Claudinc; 'Maul W. G. Hall Kauai Upolo Kohala Garonne Seattle DEPART. Steamers For Hongkong Maru S. F Kinau Hawaii and Maui . . . W. G. Hall Kauai Claudine Maui Upolu Kohala Alameda San Francisco ... Moana Sydney .... Lehua Molokai Garonne Seattle . Due ..Feb. 28 .Mch. 1 .Mch. 2 .Mch. .Mch. . .Mch. . .Mch. ..Mch. . . Mch. . . .March Sails ..Feb. 2S ..Feb. 2S ..Feb. . .Feb. .Mch. .Mch. .Mch. 2 . . Mar. 7 . . .March A Narrow Escape. nx . ine scnooner wrestler, wnicn ar rived in San Francisco February 11th irom ivanuiui. naci a narrow e?cane - from destruction on Shag rock. She sailed through the Heads, but when off Fort Point the wind fell and the schooner was left at the mercy of the tide. A heavy fog swept down tha bay. and when the folks on the schooner saw Shag rock they were rapidly bear ing down on the danjrerous :oint When within a few feet from what would have meant certain destruction, a puff of wind came along and the danger was cleared. The anchor was men oroppeu, ana tne wrestler re mained where she was until a tug took hold of her. ELEGANT HOME ON PUNCHBOWI slope, corner lot 130x73 (one block W jw A. Harrison a stone house) nlno lor y rooms, broad lanai. kitchen, pantry bath room, patent W. C. In connection is a carriage, house, stable, chicken louse, large shed, easily converted into i house for renting. Part of purchase money can remain on mortgage. Apply at CARLTON HOUSE. 1C.; Kukui street. E X CO., GEBER1L agerts. ;r;urnl to Imrv. to litrailrr ?w3cr. rtoMa llrczca Cdrla T Ne York by asy .ttniI;:? llzm to a:1 irrcoa ivr-a. For f-arArr rir.!-3!ar to -ARRANGED BY Thos. Cook & Son. LtMITEl Genera! Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. LEAVING HONOLULU Per S. S. China APRIL 1ST, 1899. First Class in Every Particular. Tours to tht UniteJ S!a!?5, Eur r- 3rd tounJ the Vcrl4. Pacific Mail Steamship Go. Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co. Toyo Kisen Kaisha! For rite ani x'.l Information arrlv o A. E. KAESEP, Havallxi H.tt!. Or THOS. COOK SON. 62t Market sircrt, San FrandKa AND S:cactra of lis AboT"vkcjp:vz:c i:i rx:i I on or bout lie datrj btlow cfat;js4. : Horctj z,l :riv Uli FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: M AltCII MARCH CITY OP PUKING GAELIC HONGKONG MARU CHINA , FOR SAN FRANCISCO: Maui HONGKONG CHINA Steamer Upolu Will leave Honolulu at 10 oVIack a. m., toucning at iioaoipu. Mahukoc. Kawalhae and Kona port, as folio : AIUUVE HONOLULU. WEDNESDAY MARCH S SATURDAY MARCH U WE DN ESI) AY MARCH X3 SATURDAY APRIL h WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 SATURDAY A PHIL Z7 WEDNESDAY MAY 10 I-EAVE HONOLULU. WEDNESDAY MARCH FRIDAY MARCH TUESDAY MARCH FRIDAY MARCH TUESDAY APRIL FRIDAY APItIL TUESDAY MAY 2 For freight and pansafro app!y to THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. AGENTS. MARCH II IKHUC APRIL 1 'NIPPON MAIU . . n:u. march i MARCH 2 march rr. PASSAGE f 1 KATES OF SINGLE TIUP. For Saa lYxodsco Cabla Second Cab! a CTojo KDca Kiliia oa!y.) European, S;rac For Yokohama Cabin tlt3 Second Cab! a 2 CO (Toyo K!ta KaUiva osly.) Europaa sttrur S3 For Honjtkocc Cat: a fITS For ctacnl l&fomitioa to III 209 ARE AS FOLLOWS: Secoal Ct!a CTojo Kla Kalia ct.!.) Eircv S:nx nouxo Tiirr. For SUa Fraadco CiTUa, 4 caom4in For Yonv.mfc QtV.a, 4 aa'i... CZ CaWa. 22 zso a. 1X3 ror HoscTcoec Catts, 4 to...rt2X3 Cal-to, 12 tDiL tlta CHAS. BREWER a COS . New York Line. The ship Emily F. Whitney will xllj from New York for Honolulu oa March 1st, and the bark Foohng Sucy will lcavo April 13th from New York for Honolulu, If sufficient Inducement offers. Advances made oa shipments on lib ra! terms. 1 or farther particular, ad- drfs M-rs. CHAS. DREWEIl & CO, 27 Kilby street, Boston or c. drever &. co.. ltd.. Honolulu Agents. 1 ii Pnnnriinn (lnolrnlinn Dnirnl flnil Qlonm! uuiiuuiuirtiuoiiuiiuii hujui ivtuii oibuiii ip Con. Steamer cf th a to re Us, rua c!ac la esastclia v:ia :t CANADI AN PACIFIC ILILWAY COMPANY tYfa Vacocrrr. U, C, arwl Syd ney. N. a ad caT.I&s at Victoria, ii, c. Hoooa. Sara inj'.). Welilactoa. N. 2L ar Oa or about lift U'.ow j'-alcL tlx: urn FOR SAU CHEAP. ONE 7 YEAR OLD CALIFORNIA horse, round and gentle. One new (2 wheel) brake. -One new eet name. Address O. H.. P. O. Box 22k. 316G-31 FOR SALE. ONE 18x42 INCH HORIZONTAL. slide-valve engine. Second hand. Ap ply to CATTON. NEILL & CO. 31C3 2013 BAILEY'S 28 2S 1 1 LATEST. FREIGHTS ERS. AND CHART- Mary Dodge, Am. schr., 230 tons Mdse. San Francisco to Hana, H. I., by Chas. Nelson. Consuelo, Am. bg., 279 tons Pass and mdse. San Francisco to Mahukona, by J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Co. Diamond Head, Haw. bk., 926 tons ITEMS OF INTEREST RIDERS. TO BICYCLE FtO.H VA?C0UVT AD VtCTOtU. rerSars.WctSsrtc('Z.) ssl Srirrx MIOWEILV MAIL IT WAItlllMOO APRIL II AOIIANGI MAY 22 MIOWEILV JUNE 9 WARRIMOO JULY 7 AORANGI AUG. 4 MI0W1IL SEPT. 1 WARRIMOO SEPT. 23 AOIIANGI OCT. 27 MIOWEILV NOV. 21 WARRIMOO DEC 22 Fr WtarU ssJ VxuMrvrr (EC: : - WARRIMOO 21AIL It AORANGI APRIL U MIOWEILV MAT 10 WARRIMOO JUNC 7 AORANGI JULY S MIOWKRA AUG. 9 WARRIMOO AUO. 29 AORANGI .. MIOWHILV , WARRIMOO AORANGI SEPT. 27 OCT. 23 :wv.m DEC 23 H. ENGELBRECHT, Successor to San Francisco Launch Go. Continues the buIces. of th? anc company at the same place. Corner North Point and Stwttoa Stntts AN FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA.1 Wrltj for Catalofrae. Throush tlfir-. Ul from Hoaot-sla to Caax!. Us!2 S: Euro?. Fcr I"rt!-tt aai Pir.ace aai a! r'ral la? Heo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. SI32 FOR SALE. HACV3DSOCV3E Surreys and Phaetons. Death of a .Mate. Henry Tibbitts. first mate of the bark Alden Besse, fell dead in San Francisco February 20th on the vessel's deck, while in the act of throwing a heaving line ashore. The Alden Besse had just come off the dry dock and was being made fast alongside the dock to await the arrival of a tug, when Tib bitts gave his last order. He was standing on the forecastle, and as he swung his arm to fling a line ashore he was seen to collapse. Death was in stantaneous and is thought to have been caused by heart disease. Tibbitts was about fifty years of age. He leaves a wife and two children in Berkelev. Whether the haln!tf.s U to iucr ced? the cli'u drivers. Is a question of ability to produce 'nd fe!i as cheaply; also as to its wearing qualities. One thing 13 sure, it Is gaining In favor. Every factor of proniinenre Is making it. Compelled to do so. Very reluct antly in some cases. Tho sales of 30- inch Ih .5 are yond the expectations of tb- manufac turers; it has features that command it. apart from tho extra drop th.it can be given to the crank hangar. A yar hence we i-hall know more a to it life, something more than a craze now. We can do you a first class Job of re pair work. Baka enamel in black an I colors with up-to-date d vorat!on. ONE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 10 inch suction. S-lneh dl-chars:c. with W-!iiaghouo engine complete. One crntrlfugal pump, S-lnch suction. 0-lr.oh dlsch.ir with Wcs:!aghoue engine complete. One centrifugal ;u:np. C-Jsch -;c-tlon. 1-Inch dUoharg. Oru Blake pump, 3 ;t.ch ur:!a. 2- in h di.charg IV r par:!cu'ar ar;'" to New line of J. M. DOV.VE7T NOTICE. Himmings. Lumps US. LODTODes. LATEST STYLES NuI lCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Stivk INj.r .f th- HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL CO., VA to c'.o to transfers in F' 1 ruary 2.h. aal M.ar h lt. ls:. GEO. II. ROBERTSON. T r .i. a rcr II . A. Co. li:-d. Il.m! i! i. February l:h. KO. -FOB- M.YF ivr.tTHEi:. Single and Double. FOR SALE. Good work ani lawrst pr:c a. jhkn inin Ml 231 Ktcff Street. MAPS OF HONOLULU, UNMOUNT 'J. 75 cents each. Maps of Hawaiian Island, unmounted, SO cent eoca. By Hawaiian Gaz': Co., Voa Holt Dlcck. Klri Street. SHI Honolulu Carriage I'fVo W. W. WRIGHT, Prop. Fort Strettt Above HoitL