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THE PACIFIC "COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 3, 1S09.
8 ne Poet GommeiGiQl Mauser Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. A. W. PEARSON, Business Manager. ifffnv v inn pn 7v i. o TIME TABLE From and After Jan. 1, ISOf). STATIONS. Daily Daily (Outward) ex. Sim. Daily ex. San. I&y A.M. A.M. A.M. FM. Honolulu.. 7:10 9:1 11:05 3:15 Pearl City. 88 9:43 11:40 3:47 XwaMill-. 8:33 10:08 12:00 4:C5 Walanae 10:50 4:45 Walahia U:65 5:40 Xahuku 12:32 6:lo Daily P.M 5:10 STATION 8. (Inward) Kalinin... Waialaa... Waianae... Xwa Mill.. Pearl City. Honolulu.. Daily ex. Sun. A.M. Daily Daily A-M. P.M 5:35 .... 6:10 ..... 7:10 Dally P.M 2:08 2:50 3:55 4:32 4:52 6:26 5:50 6:15 6:10 7:45 8:0i 8:35 1:05 1:30 2:t5 ' O. P. Dbnison, Superintendent. F. C. Smith, Gen. Pas?. A Tkt. Agt. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By the Government Survey, Published Every Monday. BaP.o.m i therm 36 S SO a 35" i i o c CO to B is OS B S a il i s s 15 29.9 29.93' 62 to; .04 si!, oo 82;. (.0 I 79;. 00 80 .u2 8-!.l nnim nnui UHM HH L H OLn iU liU 74, 5 s-SW j 1-0 66 3 e 2 74 3 J ENE 3 J NNE 67 3 ENE 5 64 4 KB 3 till 2 NE 3 55i 3 ne 1 3 J6 it 29.98 64 3U.08 80.112, 67 T 2S; in n'rm nil 19 29 31 zO. 11 30.04 71 T 30.12 3O.06 69 10.13 30.C3' 72 Barometer corrected to 32 F. and sea level, and after the 1st of February for standard gravity of Lat. 45. Thi3 cor rection is .06 for Honolulu. TV TIDES, SUN AND MOON. rri s o od s S 69 5" I S? W a B e Sd. o. ? o o s j p.m. a.m. a.m. p m I Rise Mon. 3 10.4S 10.16 5.21 -3.15 5 51 ,6.16 0.50 Tueg. 4 11.50 11.36 6.09 4.49 5.50 6.16 1.45 Wed. 6 am. ifzh 6.45 6 11 5.49 6.16 2.25 ThUTB 6 0.42 1.25 7.20 7.20 5.49 6. i7 8.09 Frid. 7 1.30 2.07 7.51 8.18 5.4S 6.17 3.48 8aU.. 8 IsO 2.17 8.24 9.10 5.47 j6.17 4.30 Bon.. 9 3.32 2.54 8 .54 10.01 5.46,6.17 5.09 New Moon oa the 9th at 7.51.' p. m. The tides and moon phases are given In Standard time. The time of sun and moon rising and setting being given for all nnrta in.tfio, 0-rnun Are in Iocal time.' to which the respective corrections to Standard time applicable to each differ ent port should be made. The Standard time whistle sounds at 12h. Om. Os. (midnight), Greenwich time, which is lh. COm. p. m. cf Hawaiian Stan dard time. SHIPPING IHTELUCEKCE. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Saturday, April 1. Stmr. Waialeale, Green, from Kilau ea; 3400 bags sugar to H. Hackfeld & Co. Am. bk. S. C. Allen, Johnson, from San Francisco; 120O tons gen. mdse. to T. H. Davies & Co. Am. bktn. Amelia, Wilier, from Port Townsend, 486,000 ft. lumber to Allen & Robinson. Scljr. Waialua, Nelson, 30 hrs. from Hanalei; 200 bags rice, Hyman Bros. Stmr. Kinau, Clarke, 26 hrs. from Hilo; 342 bags potatoes, 82 bags corn, 30 bags coffee, 85 bdls. hides, 186 head sheep, S7 hed hogs, 25 head cattle, 3 'bulls, 2 horses, 110 pkgs. sundries. Stmr. Maui, Freeman, IS hrs. from Kukaiau. Sunday, April 2. Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, 12 hrs. from Kahului; 6400 bags sugar, 425 bags potatoes, 143 bags corn, 28 hides, GO head cattle, 36 hogs, 154 pkgs. sun dries. Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Mosher, 8. hrs. from Lahaina; 3518 bags sugar to H. Hackfeld & Co. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Haglund, 12 hrs. from Nawiliwili: 6200 bags of sugar to H. Hackfeld & Co. Stmr. Iwalani, Gregory, 18 hrs. from Kukuihaele; 5696 bags sugar to F. A. Schaefer & Co. Am. bk. Edward May, Backus, 72 lays from Newcastle; 130S tonfe coal to Alexander & Baldwin. Stmr. Lehua, Bennet, S hrs. from Kaunakakai; 1800 bags sugar to W. G. Irwin & Co. SAILED FROM HONOLULU. Friday, March 31. S. S. Manauense, McNab, Seattle. Saturday, April 1. Stmr. Noeau, Pedersen, Hamakua. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, Kapaa. Am. stmr. China, Seabury, Yoko hama. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, Kau. Schr. Lady, Martin, Koolau. Schr. Ka Moi, Sam, Kohala. Sip. Kaiulani, Kamuka, Waiau. ISLAND PORTS. MAHUKONA Arrived. March 27. brig John D. Spreckels, Christiansen, 3 days from Honolulu, to Hawaii Rail way Co., cargo: grain and shingles. Sailed, March 30, brig John D. Spreck els, Christiansen, for San Francisco. Cargo, 4762 bags sugar, Castle & Cooke Ltd., and 1635 bags, T. H. Davies & Co. Total, 400 tons, value, $30,728. HONOIPU Arrived, March 27, schr. Falcon, Linaholm, arrived at Honoipu, 3 days from Kahului. Cargo: machin ery, lumber, grain and groceries, to R. H. Hind. Sailed, March 31, four-masted schooner Muriel, Carlsen, for San Fran- Cisco. Cargo: 14,423 bags sugar, 892 tons, value, $67,42S.33, Theo. II. Davies & Co., and 110 hides and SCO goat skins. Total value, $07,000.94. The schooner Falcon will probably clear from Hono ipu April 3rd with a full Iad of sugar for San Francisco. j UUJO Sailed. March 31. bktn. Arch er, for San Francisco. In port, bk. Rod erick Dhu and ship II. Ii. Hyde. MOVEMENT OP STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and for the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers ' From Due Garonne Seattle Apr. 4 Rio de Janeiro Yokohama . . . . Apr. 4 Mauna Doa Kona Apr. 4 Elihu Thompson Seattle Apr. C Mikahala Makaweli Apr. 6 Upolu Kohala Apr. S Kinau Hawaii Apr. S Lehua Molokai and Ian;ii Apr. 8 Doric San Francisco ...Apr. 11 Coptic Yokohama Apr. 11 DEPART. " Steamers For Sails Lehua Molokai Apr. 3 Rio de Janeiro San Francisco. Apr. 4 Kinau Hawaii and Maui Apr. 4 W. G. Hall Kauai Apr. 4 Claudine Maui Apr. 4 Mikahala Makaweli Apr. 7 XIauna Loa Kona Apr. 7 Garonne Seattle Apr. 10 Upolu Kohala. Apr. 11 Doric Yokohama Apr. 11 Elihu Thompson Seattle Apr. 13 Coptic San Francisco Apr. 11 MEMORANDA. Per stmr. Iwalani, from Kukuihaele, Apr. 2 Sugar left at H. S. Co., 10,000; P. S. M., 2000. Strong trade winds prevailed the past week along Hama kua, accompanied by frequent showers of rain. On Kau coast rough. weather. Sugar at H. A. Co., 12,500. Light trade winds in channel. Per. W. G. Hall, from Nawiliwili, Apr. 2. Sugar left on 'Kauai: Mak., 6500; G. & R., 2350; E. L. P., 1800; K. P.. 600; K. A. Co., 1000; H. M., 15,000; L. P., 2500; M. S. Co., 11500; K. S. Co.. 8000. Total, 49,250 bags. Steamer Mikahala at Koloa discharging a well boring gear. Fair weather on Kauai. Wind, E. N. E. Moderate breeze, N. E. swell. Per stmr. Ke Au Hou, from Lahaina, Apr. 2. Spoke schr. Metha Nelson be calmed five miles from Lahaina. Coal laden from Newcastle with fore top mast gone. Good weather on Maui. Crossing channel choppy sea with N. E. winds. PASSENGERS. Arrived. . From Maui ports, per stmr. Claudine, April 2. Mrs. G. E. Beckwith, Miss M. G. Beckwith, Miss-M. W. Beckwith, Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, "Miss May Damon, Miss Lottie Baldwin, W. A. McKay, L. Barckhausen, O. Abbott, L. Hauptman, L. A. Thurston, A. W. Carter, Capt. W. J. Lermond, E. Bat, W. D. Lowell, E. M. Walsh, Rev. Akazawa, M. S. D, Ponte and child, Y. Adachi, Rev. S, Imai, Jno. H. Wilson, J. S. McCandless, j W. F. Robinson. From San Francisco, per bk. S. C Allen, April 1. A Torbert, B. T. Mc- Cullough, C. Tucker, Miss M. A Coombs, F. Washburn, C. E. Rowen, B. F. McCall, A. B. McMahan, J. S. Me Collough, Miss D. W. Laver, Miss F. E. Laver, and W. E. Wilkins. From Kilauea, per stmr. Waialeale, April 1. Mr. Andrews, J. H. Kahilina, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Titcomb, Miss S Houghtailing, S. Lesser. From Nawiliwili, per stmr. W. G. Hall, Apr. 2. G. A. Davis, Judge A. Perry, E. J. G. Bryant, H. A. Allen, L. Coaradt, E. T. Dreier, J. D. Willard, Lady Herron, Mrs. Oxley, Mrs. C..A. Kakina, Miss C. Kakina, Miss Smith, Miss A. Bush, A. Ludloff and wife. From Makaweli, per stmr. Kilohana, March 31. J. K. Burkett, J. F. Scott. From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr. Kinau, April 1. Geo. H. Robertson, Mrs. D. Titus, R. S. Moore. Dan Quinn, B. Schneider, Mrs. W. W. Needham, D. R. Strauss, C. E. Eagan, F. E. Win ter, Mrs. O. Fedoroff and child, C. G. Larsen, F. Vida, F. Nicolas, R. Ry croft, J. R. Hall, J. B. Brown, Miss G. K. Brown, R. Collins, A. Fernandez, J. E. Grossman, C. A. Doyle, Martin Lee, Mrs. C. Spencer, E. Shelley, C. C. Bush, J. T. Stacker, wife and child. R. E. Wilson, Akaka and wife, Tai Chu, wife and two children, Mrs. Ai and child, Frank R. Vida, Akana, W. W. Needham, A. Siebert, wife and four children, J. K. Zabblan, wife and six children. A. J. Storm, L. A. C. Parish, Dr. H. E. Winslow, R, Hawthurst, Jr., Mrs. Peter Makia. Miss D. Makia, C. Amae, Jas. T. Taylor, A. D. Weshard, E. A. Fraser. Departed. For Yokohama, per stmr. China, April 1. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lowrey, A. V. Hunter and wife, W. A. Hadden, C. J. iKuhn, Mrs. M. A. Wightman, Mrs. A. A. Van Voorhies, H. F. Grimm, Mrs. H. B. Arnold, Miss Arnold, Miss M. H. Callaghan, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pfingst. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wichman. J. E. Stearns, J. M. Atherton and daughter, Mrs. H. Stockbridge, Miss G. Davis, A. C. Cass and family. J. Wads worth. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Fish, E. B. Reynolds. Dr. and Mrs. C. R Hodge. CHARTERED FOR HONOLULU. Bundaleer, Chil. bk Newcastle Euterpe, Haw. ship Newcastle Star of Italy, Haw. ship Newcastle W. H. Talbot, Am. schr. .. Newcastle Novelty, Am. schr. ...... Newcastle Robert Sudden, Am. bk Newcastle Geo. C. Perkins, Am. bktn ..Newcastle Golden Shore, Am. schr . . Newcastle Addenda, Am. bktn Newcastle Louisiana, Am. schr Newcastle Inca, Am. schr. Newcastle Lizzie Vance, Am. schr Newcastla Reaper, Am. ship Newcastle Wm. Bowden, Am. schr. .. Newcastle Colusa, Am. bk Newcastle Kilmory, Br. ship London J. C. Glade, Ger. bk London Kinfauns, Br. bk London Foong Suey, Haw. bk New York Helen Brewer, Haw. ship . . New York Iolani, Haw. bk New York Chas. E. Moody, Am. ship .. Norfolk W. F. Jewett, Am. schr. . . Pt. Gamble A. S. West, Am. schr. ..Gray's Harbor WHARF AKD WAVE. The Manauense has sailed for Seat tle. The bark Alden Besse is discharging at Oceanic wharf. A foreign vessel wa? sighted at 11 ' o'clock last night. The bark Willscott sails for the coast with a full cargo of sugar todav. A boat from the steamer Mauna Loa was capsized on the Kau const last Friday. No damage. The Japanese schooner Ryusiu Maru is at the foot of Allen street, taking on water and will proceed to Wake island tomorrow. A kick has been registered by local newspaper men. against the treatment accorded them by the new purser of the China. The bark Gerard C. Tobey is load ing spars at Tacoma for China, some being 102 feet long and 34 inches thick at the butt. The missionary steam barkentine Morning Star is taking on stores pre paratory to her departure for Micron esia next Thursday. Capt. Garland will be in command. The new White Star freighter Afric, which sailed from New York on March 3, took out 15,000 'tons of freight equal to 20,000 measurement tons. She was drawing 31 feet when she crossed the bar. The Archer sailed for San Francisco from Hilo March 31, with sugar from the following plantations: Honomu, 5552 bags; Portuguese Sugar Mill Co., 64S9 bags; Onomea, 10,444 bags; total, 32,485 bags, valued at $107,447.7S. DIED. COLLINS In Hilo, Hawaii, March 29, 1899, A. F. Collins, a native of Eng land, age 29 years. HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21, F. & A. M. )6c There will be a stated meeting, of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. II., at its Hall, Masonic Temple, corner of Hotefl and Alakea streets, THIS (Monday) EVENING, April 3, at 7:30 o'clock. TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS. Members of Pacific Lodge, Lodge le Progres and all sojourning brethren are fraternally invited to attend. By order of the W. M. K. R. G. WALLACE, Secretary. DIVIDEND NOTICE. A DIVIDEND WILL BE DUE AND payable to the stockholders f the Ho nokaa Sugar Company at the office of F. A. Schaefer & Co., today (Monday) April 3rd. F. A. SCHAEFER, President. Honolulu, April 1, 1S99. 5195 NOTICE i THE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT be responsible for debts contracted by the crew of the U. S. A. T. Cleveland while that vessel is in port. C. F. KLITGAARD, Master. Honolulu, April 1, 1S99. 5195 WANTED. EXPERIENCED SALES LADIES, for underwear and corset department. 5193 PACIFIC IMPORT CO. WANTED. EMPLOYMENT IN MILLWRIGHT and construction wTork. Seven years experience in sugar mills in Mexico. Just arrived. (English.) Address "J. S.," this office. il93 FOR SALE. LADIES' WHEEL IN GOOD CON dition. Apply at Advertiser Office. 5194 FOR SALE. SOUND, GENTLE, STYLISH SAD dle and harness horse. Singlefoot under saddle and stylish trotter in harness. Family horse. Lady can ride or drive. Price, $165.00. WITHERS,. 5193 Corner Alakea and Queen. FOR SALE. TWO MORE NICE 20 QUART PURE bred Holstein cows left from last Im portation. Will sell cheap. WITHERS, 5190 Corner Alakea and Queen Sts. NOTICE. FREE CONCERT NIGHTLY AT the corner of Fort and Beretania, giv en by the Quaker Concert Co., Change of program nightly. 5190 B AI LEY'S 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. mm MHO Gfcleu, 1 231 King Street. $75.00 Will take you from Hilo or Honolulu To SAN FRANCISCO Via SEATTLE. And choice of rail or water route down the Coast. A FINE SPRING TRIP and an EX CELLENT OPPORTUNITY to see the PUGET SOUND COUNTRY without additional cost. Through tickets sold to any point in tlLe United States via Seattle and the Great Northern or .Northern Pacific Railways. For accommodations apply to T E I CO., GENERAL AGENTS BRITISH -AMERICAN LINE. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line- 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. m Sffeamer Upolu 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 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. AGENTS. S. S. CarnarthensWre . Will leave this port for' SAN DIEGO on or about April ioth. For freight apply to ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, 51S Judd Buildinj PIONEER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET- ing of the Pioneer Building and Loan Association will be held at the Cham ber of Commerce on MONDAY EVEN ING, April 3, 1899, at 7:30 o'clock. Payments are required in gold. A. V. GEAR, Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THERE WILD 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, Esq., at 2 o clock p. m. WILLIAM SAVJDGE, 5192 Secretarv. MEETING NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Honokaa Suear Company will be held at the office of t . a. tocnaeier & uo. on Tiday, the 7th or April, 1&99, at 10 o'clock a. m. Object of the meeting is the con si d eration of an increase of the capital stock or the above corporation. . F. A. SCHAEFER, President. Honolulu, March 30, 1S99. 5193 STOLEN. WARRANT NO. 3682 FOR $25.00 IN favor of J. Kaiwiaea, has been stolen All persons are hereby warned against negotiating same. J. KAIWIAEA, 5193 Han a, Maui. SHORTHAND. AN EXPERT COURT STENOGRA pher from the coast is prepared to give instructions in shorthand on reason able terms. Address X, Advertiser of fice. 1S6 NOTICE. nn The Hiia no 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, 1899, at 10 a. m. Dated Honolulu, March 24th, 1S99. (Signed) GEO- R- CARTER, 51SS Secret a ry. Oceanic Steamship Company! TIME The Fine Passenger Steam This Port, as Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: AUSTRALIA APRIL 12 MARIPOSA APRIL 26 AUSTRALIA MAY 10 MO ANA May 24 AUSTRALIA JUNE 7 ALAMEDA JUNE 21 In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents prepared to issue, to intending nassenirprs vmitwt Tirnrii ttAta hr railroad from 9an Francisco, to all New York by any steamship line to For further particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. Pacific Mail Steamship Go. Occidental & Oriental Steamship Go. AND Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave tkU port on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: FOR SAN FRANCISCO: DORIC , APRIL 11, RIO DE JANEIRO APRIL 4 NIPPON MARU APRIL 19 RIO DE JANEIRO APRIL 27 COPTIC , MAY 5 AMERICAN MARU : MAY 13 CITY OF PEKING MAY 23 RATES OF PASSAGE SINGLE TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin f 75 Second Cabin 50 (Toyo Kisen Kaisha only.) European Steerage 25 For Yokohama Cabin 150 Second Cabin 100 (Toyo Kisen Kaisha only.) European steerage EG For Hongkong Cabin 175 For general information apply to I lion H 1 ip dpi. Steamers of the above line, running in.connection with the CANADI AN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B? af 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, Welling ton (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 lulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to Theo, fl. Davies & UqJlM., Gen'l Agts. TO ARRIVE, By Bark S. C. Allen: A NEW LINE OF 1 All These Goods aie -Osc- HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, A. AAZ. WRIO TABLE: of This Line Will Arrive at i Lwn FOR SAN FRANCISCO: , MARIPOSA MARCH 31 AUSTRALIA APRIL IS MO ANA APRIL 2S I AUSTRALIA MAY 16 ALAMEDA MAY 16 , AUSTRALIA JUNE 13 1 MARIPOSA JUNE 23 I points in the United States, and froo all European Port. Toyo Kisen Kaisha. COPTIC APRIL 11 AMERICA MARU APRIL 21 CITY OF PEKING APRIL ?3 GAELIC MAY 6 .HONGKONG MARU MAY 16 CHINA MAY 23 ARE AS FOLLOWS : Second Cabin 1U (Toyo Kisen Kaisha only.) European Steerage 101 ROUND TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin, 4 mo's.LE3 For Yokohama Cabin, 4 mo'a... 23 Cabin, 12 mo's. ..262X9 For Hongkong Cabin, 4 mo's. ..262. Cabin, 12 mo's. 31&X3 -9L.'cfl. Agentc. viz: FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTON (N.Z.).& SUVA, For Victoria tnd Vancouver (B.C.) : AORANGI APRIL U MIOWERA MAY 10 WARRIMOO JUNE T AORANGI july S MIOWERA AUG 9 WARRIMOO .; AUo'lO AORANGI SEPT 17 MIOWERA OCT 1 WARRIMOO NOV M AORANGI DDC. Ms: ALSO Carriage Supplies Haidsome and Up-to-date. 1