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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL :. 1S99. 1 Poeilic Giniol MMilsei Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, Kins Street. A. W. PEARSON, Business Manager. l. "id j OilHU RfllLVflY 2 LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE From and After Jan. 1, 1899. STATIONS. Daily Daily (Outward) ex.Snn. DaHy ex. Hun. i-auy a.m. a.m. t.t : ... Bonolnln. Pearl Oity Ewa Mill. W&tanae.. ff alalia. . . Kabnkn... 7:10 9-16 11:U5 9:43 11:40 3:47 10:08 12:00 4:15 10:50 4:5 11:65 5:4U 12;32 6:15 5:10 803 8:33 fi:50 6:10 STATIONS. (Inward) EahTsku.. . v.ialua. .. Wiifctae.. . w Mill.. tthsl City. rlOLCloIii.. Daily Shti. A.M. Daily Daily AM i'.ii Dillv v. v 2:08 2:50 3:55 4 4:52 e:21 5:35 0:10 7:10 7 "15 8:01 8:iJ 5:50 :15 6:?0 1.05 1 :3J 2:15 Q. P. Deison, Be peri p ten dent. F. C SMITH, Gen. Pas. & TkU Asrt; SHIPPING ir-.ir.LLi VIZ. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Friday, March 31. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Lahaina. Stmr. Noeau, Pedersen, 8 hrs, from Lahaina. U. S. T. S. City of Puebla, Thomas, 7 days from San Francisco. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, 13 hrs. from Kapaa; 2204 bags sugar to C. Brewer & Co. Am. schr. A. M. Baxter, Marshall, from Everett; 34,715 pes. rough lum ber. 27.253 pes. dressed lumber, 602 Krii laths and 2017 bunches of shingles.. O. S. S. Mariposa, Hayward, 16 days from Sydney; pass, and mdse. to Yv. G. Irwin & Co. Am. stmr. China, Seabury, 6V2 days from San Francisco; pass, and mdse, to H. Hackfeld & Co. U. 3. A. T. Cleveland, Klitgaard, 10 days from San Francisco. SAILED FROM HONOLULU. Friday, March 31. Stmr. Mikahala. Thompson, Maka weli. O. S. S. Mariposa, Hayward, '.Francisco. San Stmr. James Makee-, Tullett, Kapaa. MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and for the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers From Due TCinan Hawaii Apr. 1 Lehua Molokai and Lanai Apr. Claudine Maui Apr. W. G. Hall Kauai Apr. Garonne Seattle Apr. Rio de Janeiro Yokohama . . . .Apr. Mauna Loa Kona Apr. Elihu Thompson Seattle 'Apr. Mikahala Makaweli .Apr. Upolu Kohala . ... .Apr. 1 2 o 4 4 4 6 6 S Doric San .Francisco Apr. 11 Coptic- Yokohama Apr. 11 DEPART. Steamers For Sails China Yokohama Apr. 1 Lehua Molokai ...Apr. Rio de Janeiro San Francisco. Apr. KInau Hawaii and Maui Apr. W. O. Hall Kauai Apr. Claudine Maui .Apr. Mikahala Makaweli . . . Apr. Mauna Loa Kona' Apr. Garonne Seattle Apr. 3 4 4 4 4 7 7 10 Upolu Kohala Apr. 11 Doric Yokohama Apr. 11 Elihu ThompsonSeattle Apr. 13 Cop-tie San Francisco :.Apr. 11 FOREIGN PORTS. SEATTLE Sailed, March 24, stmr. Elihu Thomsen, for Honolulu. OHEMAINUS Arrived, March 22, Br. ship Star of France, from Hono lulu. PORT TOWNSEND Passed In, March 21, schr. Endeavor, from Hono lulu for Tacoma. Arrived, 'March 23, schr. Repeat, from Honolulu. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived , March 24, etmr. Doric, from Honolulu. Sailed, March 24, U. S. S. Adams, for Honolulu, via Magdalena Bay. CHARTERS. The Transit loads merchandise in San Francisco for Honolulu. The Jessie Minor, lumber at Eureka for Honolulu. MEMORANDA. Per stmr. Mariposa, from Sydney, March 31. Left Sydney, March 15th, at m. and Apia 24th, at 4:37 p. m. March 16, at 6:50 a. m., passed bark John Ena and five masted schr. Inca. Experi enced fine weather and light winds to the equator. Thence to port, very strong N. E. trades. IMPORTATIONS. Per stmr. Mariposa, from Sydney, March 31. 100 cs. whiskey, 60 cs. med icine, 6 cs. dry goods, 2 cs. saddlery, 1 cs. silverware, 293 sks. potatoes, 353 cs. onions, 6 cs. cheese, 1 cs. curios, 4 cs. reserves, 2 cs. advertising matter, i3 cs. wines and 1 cs. drapery. CONSIGNEES. Per stmr. Mariposa, from Sydney, March 31. W. G. Irwin & Co., F. A. Schaefer & Co., C. W. Macfarlane, T. H. Davies & Co., F. W. McChesney & Sons, H. May & Co., and E. H. Hitch cock. PASSENGERS. Arrived. From San Francisco, per stmr. China, (March 31. Mrs. Crozier, Mrs. Chas. Eagan, F. J. Heney, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Eckart, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 5mith, R. Brown, Miss R. Jehu, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Clement, G. p. Castle and family, D. B. Hicks and family, W. C. Gregg, W. J. Landers, Miss Olive Lamb, Miss R. T. Nettleton. P. M. Lansdale, C. G. Uallentyne, Miss Smith, Mrs. A. 5?r?eV? Hu1mJ)hre1ys' tl0J:Us' iV?-.aIe aml ,fam1l,3r J- 11- Ca3tle' S. H. fields, and eleven European steerage. From Lahaina, per stmr. Kauai, March 31. G. P. Wilder, D. S. Olm stead, U. Napolian, John McCandless and 8 on deck. From Apia, per S. S. Mariposa, March 31. J. Shand, Miss Lizzie Wake lona. Departed. For San Francisco, per stmr. Mari posa, March 31. Mrs. E. D. Goodrich, Capt. Soule and wife, Miss L. Irwin, Mrs. L. P. Williams, H. Schussler, Mrs. B. C. Crawford, Miss B. Davis, Miss Davis, C. F. Herrick, Mr3. C. F. Her- rick and son, E. Martin and wife, E. T. Clarke. B. Pollitz. Mr. Schwartz, Mr. Susmann, N. A. Johnson, George L. Johnson, Mr. Broadfield, Col. Z. S. Spalding, Mrs. J. F. Morgan and child, V. C. Gray, wife and child, C. P. Chamberlin, D. H. Ettien, W. J. Ettien, L. E. Mallory, wife and daughter, L. I TWO MORS NICE 20 QUART PURE Lamb and wife, Mrs. Wray Taylor and bred Holstein cows left from last m child, A. F. Rooker, Mrs. A. L. Soule, portation. Will sell cheap. child and servant, M. Brunsman, and three convalescent soldiers in cabin and thirty-three steerage passengers. For Makaweli, per stmr. Mikahala, March 31. W. McBryde, F. Gay, Miss Grau, Mr. Amberg, J. M. Coke, Max Schlemmer, Mr. Kimberley, E. Omsted and seven officers and seventy soldiers of the United States Engineer Corps. WHARF AH3 WAVE. The Noeau sails at neon today for Honokaa and Kukuihaele. The reinsurance rate on the British ship Dominion has been raised to 75 ' Inspector R. M. Macaulay will assist i-uiL ourveyur oiraiemeyer uunng April and District Inspectors of Cus- )er of Commerce on MONDAY EVEN toms Short and Drake will have charge IXG April 3 1899 at 7:30 0.ciock. The bark Ceylon, with fifty-two mules on deck, was weatherbound in San Francisco bay when the China left. She has been ready several days, but the prevailing south winds kept her at Mission-street wharf. The new dry dock at Mare island will be big enough to take in the largest ship now in tho navy or under con struction. It will be 750 feet long. 80 feet wide and will have at least 30 feet of water over the sill at mean high tide. C. M. Walton, formerly purser of the Mariposa, has resigned from the Oceanic service and gone into business in Sydney. He has been succeeded by C. M. Fulcher, well and favorably known m shipping circles on the Islands and the coast. Forty-five cabin and thirty-three steerage passengers left on the Mari posa for San Francisco last night at 9 o'clock and her cargo consisted of 12,000 sacks of sugar, 489 bunches of bananas and 28 bags of coffee. The Mariposa was loaded just right for good sailing and should make San Francisco cn schedule time. NOTICE TO SHIPMASTERS. U. S. Branch HyJrographlc Office, San Francisco, Cal By communicating with the Branch tlytirographic Office In San Francisco, captains of vessels who will co-operate with the Hydrographlc Office by recording the meterological observa tions suggested by the office, can have forwarded to them at any desired port, and free or expense, the monthly pilot charts of the North Pacific Ocean and che latest information regarding the langers to navigation in the waters vhich they frequent. Mariners are requested to report to :he office dangers discovered, or any ther information which can be uti lized for correcting charts or sailing directions, or in the publication of the oilot charts of the North Pacific. W. S. HUGHES, Lieutenant. United States Navy. NOTICE. SUBSCRIBERS FOR SHARES IN the Niulii Sugar Company, Limited, are requested to call at the offices of Henry Waterhouse & Company, Queen street, on or before Thursday, April 6th, 1899, and pay for their subscriptions. All subscriptions not paid at the expira tion of this time will be delinquent. HENRY "WATERHOUSE, 5194 Promoter. P. H. BURNETTE. STOCK AND CUSTOM HOUSE BROK er, Real Estate and General Agent. Office 639 King street, near Alakea. P. O. Box 262. Telephone 641. WANTED. COMPETENT AND RELIABLE representative to handle in Hawaii our extensive fine line of Calendars, used for advertising purposes and souvenirs during the holidays. Address, with recommendations from local or U. S. banks or business houses, so that if sat isfactory, samples may be immediately forwarded. AUG. GAST BANK-NOTE NI LITHO. CO., 5192 ' St. Louis, Mo. WANTED. EXPERIENCED SALES LADIES, for underwear and corset department. 5103 PACIFIC IMPORT CO. WANTED. EMPLOYMENT IN MILLWRIGHT and construction work. Seven years! experience in sugar mills in Mexico. Just arrived. (English.) Address "J. S., this office. 5193 i TO LET. BY THE MONTH FULLY FUR nished, the dwelling house known as "Puuomalei," situated in Makawao, Maui. Sixteen hundred feet above the sea, charming. views and climate. For further particulars apply to Puuomalei Dairy, Makawao, Maui. Puuomalei Dairy, March 22nd. 3194 FOR SALE. LADIES WHEEL IN GOOD CON dition. Apply at Advertiser Office. 5194 FOR SALE. SOUND, GENTLE, STYLISH SAD die and harness horse. Singlefoot under saddle and stylish trotter in harness. Family horse. Lady can ride or drive. Price, $165.00. I WITHERS. 5103 Corner Alakea and Queen. FOR SALE. WITHERS, 190 Corner Alakea and Queen Sts. FOR SALE. THIRTEEN NEWLY" FURNISHED rooms all occupied (low rent); central. Owners leaving country. Apply by let ter. A. B. C, General Post Office, Honolulu. March 29, 1899. 5192 PIONEER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. THE REGULAR MHVTWT.V MV.RT ing of pioneer Building and Loan Association will hfi held nt th Hhnm, Payments are required in gold. A. V. GEAR, Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of the stockholders of the Ha waiian Carriage Manufacturing Co., on Monday, the 3rd day of April, 1899, at the office of w. H. Hoogs. Eso.. at 2 o'clock p. m. WILLIAM SAVHXJE, J192 Secretary. NOTICE. FREE CONCERT NIGHTLY; AT the corner of Fort, and Beretania, giv en hy the Quaker Concert Co., Change of program nightly. 5190 NOTICE. ON AID AFTER APRIL 3rd, DR, H. V. Murray will occupy the prem ises of Mrs. Charles Gulick, on King street. Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m., l,,to 3; 7 to 8 p. m. 5189 NOTICE I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any debts contracted by the Or- pheum Theatre after this date. T. V. KING. .Honolulu, H. I., March 29th, 1899. 5192 MEETING NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Honokaa Sugar Company will be held at the office of F. A. Schaefer & Co. on Friday, the 7ih of April, 1S99, at 10 o'clock a. m. Object of the meeting is the consid eration of an increase of the capital stock of the above corporation. F. A. SCHAEFER, President. Honolulu, March 30, 1899. 5193 LOST. A BROWN SACK COAT, CONTAIN- ing papers and book. Please return to Elite Barber Shop, King and Alakea, and receive reward. 5193 STOLEH. WARRANT NO. 36S2 FOR $25.00 IN favor of J. Kaiwiaea, has been stolen. All persons are hereby warned against negotiating same. J. KArWIAEA, 5193 Hana. Maui. SHORTHAND. AN EXPERT COURT STENOGRA- pher from the coast is prepared to giv instructions in shorthand on reason able terms. Address X, Advertiser of fice. 51 S6 MAPS, MAPS, MAPS, of Honolulu. just Issued by the Hawaiian Gazette Co., von Holt Block, King street. Se cure one before they are all gone. 50 cents each. IKE ITS. Bailey's bicycle beatitudes bring bus iness, because being brief, busy buyers behold better bargains. IN STOCK: Dunlop cases and tubes. G. & J. cases and tubes. Morgan & Wright cases and tubes. Goodrick cases and tubes. Goodrich single tube tires. Vim single tube tires. TO ARRIVE VERY SHORTLY": The Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tire Bailey's bike bulletin. Established 1S92. B i miimu i ran. mmrw UUIIUI U 231 King Street. $75.00 Will take you from Bilo or Honolulu . To SAN FRANCE GO Via SEATTLE. Anrf c hoice of rail or water route down the Coast. A FINE SPRING TRIP and an EX CELLENT OPPORTUNITY to see the PUCST SOUND COUNTRY" without additional cost. Through tickets sold to any point in tLe United States via Seattle and the Great Northern or Railways. Northern Pacific For accommodations apply to tim GENERAL A.'ENTS BRITISH -AMERICAS LINE. mile RRPWIH H( 1.- The bark Foohng Suey will leave New York on April 5th, for Honolulu. The bark Iolani will leave New York on or about May 15, 1899, for Honolulu. 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. S. S. SHANTUNG Will leave this port for SAN DIEGO on or about MARCH 25th. For freight apply to ALEMiDER & BALDWIN, 51S? Judd Building. Steamer Upoiif Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. m., touching at Honoipu, Mahukona, Kawaihae and Kona ports, as follows: ARRIVE HONOLULU. SATURDAY APRIL 8 WEDNESDAY" APRIL 19 SATURDAY APRIL 29 WEDNESDAY MAY 10 LEAVE HONOLULU. TUESDAY APRIL 11 FRIDAY ; APRIL 21 TUESDAY ' MAY' 2 For freight and passage apply to THE0.. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. AGENTS. y H. ENGELBRECHT, Successor to San Francisco LauGch Co. Continues the business of the above company at the same place. Corner Nonh Point and Stockton Streets SAN FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA. Write for Catalogue. 5132 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO . CREDITORS. The undersigned duly appointed ad ministrator of the estate of his broth er, the late James R. Renton, of Ha makua, Island of Hawaii, deceased, hereby gives notice to all persons hav- ng claims against said estate, to pre sent the same to the undersigned at Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu, or to Henry Smith, in Honolulu, Judiciary building, within six months from date or they will be forever barred. All per sons indebted to said estate, are re quested to make immediate settlement with the undersigned. Dated at Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu, March 27, 1899. GEO. F. RENTON, A.dministrator estate James R. Renton. deceased. 5189 205S-4tT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT, -HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. In the matter of-the bankruptcy of M. J. Silva, of Kapaia. Kauai, a bank rupt. Creditors of the said bankrupt are hereby notified to come in and prove their debts before the clerk of the Cir cuit Court, First Circuit, at the Court House, in Honolulu, on Monday, the 3d day of April, 1S99, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and noon of the said day, and elect an as signee of the said bankrupt's estate. Dated, Honolulu, March 24th, 1S99. By th Court: P. D. KELLETT, JR. olSStd Clerk. imiDV 1flTCDlSfilK'f V p( Lu uuol a u u.. 7 11 v The (iii Oil Gila 11ft; ill si Launches. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a meeting of the shareholders of the HONOMU SUGAR COMPANY" will be held at the office of the Hawaiian Trust and Investment Company on Friday, April 7th, 1S99, at 10 a. m. Dated Honolulu. March 24th. 1899. (Signed) GEO. R.' CARTER, 518$ Secretary- Oceanic Steamship Company; TIME The Fine Passenger Steatnra I his Port as Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: AUSTRALIA APRIL 12 : MARIPOSA MARCH 31 MARIPOSA APRIL 26 AUSTRALIA APRIL 18 AUSTRALIA ... MAY" 10 MOANA APRIL 2S MOANA Mav 24 j AUSTRALIA MAY 1$ AUSTRALIA JUNE 7 ALAMEDA MAY" 16 ALAMEDA JUNE 21 AUSTRALIA JUNE 13 j MARIPOSA JUNE 23 In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, ths Agents rx prepared to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by amy railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the United States, and frost New York by any steamship line to ail European Ports. For furtner particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co. General Agents ccidental AND Pacific Mai Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave tils port on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: CHINA APRIL DORIC APRIL NIPPON MARU APRIL RIO DE JANEIRO APRIL COPTIC MAY AMERICAN MARU .MAY CITY OF PEKING MAY RATES OF PASSAGE SINGLE TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin $ 75 Second Cabin 50 (Toyo Kisen Kaisha only.) European Steerage 25 For Yokohama Cabin 150 Second Cabin , 100 (Toyo Kisen Kaisha only.) European steerage 85 For HongkongCabin ?175 For general Information apply to idi-lfli Royol li ipCoif. Steamers of th8 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 VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B.C. For Suva, Wellington (N.Z.) ana Sydney ; 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 Through tickets Issued from Hono Europe. For Freight and Passage and afl Theo. H. Davies & TO ARRIVE, By Bark S. C. Allen: A NEW LINE OF and ion -oo- All These Goods aie HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, TABLE: of This Line Will Arrive t ad 'Lara FOR SAN FRANCISCO: LIMITED- Oceanic S. S. Co. 1 Go. oioaiiiaiiiu JL Oriental Steamship Co Toyo Kisen Kasha; FOR SAN FRANCISCO: l,RIO DE JANEIRO APRIL 4 11 1 COPTIC APRIL 11 19 (AMERICA MARU APRIL 21 27 I CITY OF PEKING APRIL ?9 5 GAELIC MAY 6 13 HONGKONG MARU MAY 16 23 j CHINA MAY" 23 ARE AS FOLLOWS: Second Cabin HJ (Toyo Kisen Kaisha only.) European Steerage 10 ROUND TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin, 4 mo's.123 For Yokohama Cabin, 4 mo's...'. 25 Cabin, 12 mo's. 262JM For Hongkong; Cabin, 4 mo's...2624ff 1 Cabin, 12 mo's J16-2J i"cJ. AgenL .o? xa:ozsroi."crx-."cr viz: FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTON (N.). A SUVA For Victoria ani Vancouver (B.C.): . AORANGI APRIL 11 MIOWERA MAY 10 WARRIMOO JUNE 7 AORANGI JULY S MIOWERA AUG. I WARRIMOO AUG. SO AORANGI SEPT. 17 MIOWERA OCT. 2 WARRIMOO ..NOV. tl AORANGI DEC. SO lulu to Canada, United States ant general Information, apply to Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. ALSO Garts Carriage Supplies Handsome and Up-to-date.