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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU, APRIL 22 A 1899.
8 1 PiiiiG GomraeiGlal Mwillsei j Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. A. W. PEARSON, Business Manager. TIME TABLE From and After Jan. I. 1890. STATIONS. Daily (Outward) ex. Una. A.M. flotolnlti.. 7:10 Pearl City. 8 -(,3 Ewa MW1.. 8:33 TTalanao... W&lalia SaLuka Daily ex. Sun. A.M. 11:05 lt:40 IJ:00 Dally A.M. 9-15 9:49 10:-' 10:50 11:65 12.?2 Daily Daily F.M P.M 3:15 3.47 4:5 4:13 5:40 6:15 5:10 5:50 6:10. 8TATION8. (Inward) Kahukn... W&laloa... Waiaitae... Swi Mill.. Pearl City, tloriolalu.. Dnilv ex. Sun. A.M. Daily Daily A.M. P.M 5 - io Daily f 2:08 2:50 3:55 4.32 4:52 t:26 r,:io 7:10 7-45 8;0i 8:35 5:50 6:15 6:10 1.05 1:30 2:15 Q. P. Dkmisoi, Superintendent. tf. C. Smith, ; Gen. Pas". A Tkt. Agt. SH1PHIHG IHfELLIGBiGE. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Friday, April 21. , Jap. S. S. America Maru, W. H. Cope, from Hongkong, March 30; Yokohama, April 4; 644 tons general merchandise, 3 cabin, 10 second cabin, 334 steerage passengers, of which 337 are Japanese. Stmr. James Makee, Tullet, from Ka paa; 2550 bags sugar to C' Brewer & Co., 100 bags rice. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, G hrs. from Koolau. Stmr. Mokolii, from Molokai. Stmr. Leh.ua, from Molokai. SAILED FROM HONOLULU. Friday, April 21. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, Oahu ports. . Jap. S. S. America Maru, W. II. Cope, San. Francisco. Stmr. Ke An Hou, Masher, Waimea. Stmr. James Makee, Tullebt, Kapaa. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, Lahaina. Stmr. Iwa, Kaufman, Koolau. Sbmr. Upolu, Henningsen, Kohala. -Sdhr. Moi Wahine, Sam, Lanai. MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and for the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers From Due Mikahala Makaweli Apr. 23 Lehua Molokai and Lanai ....Apr. 22 Kinau Hawaii .. Apr. 23 Claudine-Maui ...Apr. 23 Belgian King Yokohama Apr. 25 W..G. Hall Kona Apr. 25 Mariposa San Francisco .....Apr. 26 Rio de Janeiro San Francisco. Apr. 27 Moana Sydney Apr. 2S City of Peking Yokohama ..Apr. 29 Upolu Kohala ; Apr. 29 DEPART. Steamers For Sails Lehua Kaunakakai ; ...Apr. 24 Claudine Maui . Apr. 25 Belgian King San Diego Apr. 25 Kinau Hilo Apr. 25 Mariposa Sydney .....Apr. 26 Rio de Janeiro San Francisco. Apr. 27 Moana San Francisco ., .Apr. 2S W. G. Hall Kona Apr. 2S City of Peking Yokohama ... .Apr. 29 Upolu Kohala May 2 MEMORANDA. Per stmr. America Maru, April 21. Sailed from Honkgong March 30, 6 a. m.; Macao, March 30, 1 p. m.; Shang hai, April 3, 2:35 p. m.; Nagasaki, April 6, 5:35 p. m.; Kobe, April 7, 5:15 p. m.; Yokohama, April. 11, 0:46 p. m. Good weather. PASSENGERS. x Arrived. From China and Japan, per T. K. K. America Maru, April 21. Mrs. D. F. Sheffield J. Saito, Iwazaki. Through: Maj. Gn. Anderson, U. S. A., Mrs. Anderson, Miss Anderson, Miss I. Anderson, Lieut. Anderson, Lieut, and Mrs. Allen, Miss B. Allen, F. Augustin, G. Baba, W. Boisserain, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cronin. Miss Cronin, Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, A. C. Drabble, Mrs. Hanah, C. Heinholdt, E. D. Houston, Engr. and Mrs. A. Kashewiikoff, Mr and Mrs. E. II. Kingman and three children, Engr. Kisehevitch, F. T QAHD RAILWAY Mi CO Koelle, K. Kosaka, M. Komiya, Vis count and Vicountess de Laby, W. B. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Miss Mason, A. W. McConnell, Rev. and Mrs. F. S. Miller and two children, G. Morris, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Moore, Mrs. Mulkay, R. Nakashoji, Command er Orpen, R. N., Dr. M. R. Philippson, Miss Poole, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Ran some, A.' C. Robinson, E. R. Ruppert, M. Shiraisshi, C. Saito, J. Shea, A. Ta nahashi, Miss Von Gunter, T. Wa.sh and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wright. Departed. For Sari Francisco, per stmr. Amer ica Maru, April 21. R. C. A. Peterson, Jos. Heleluhe, C. S. Helm, W. D. Hill, T. W. Williams, F. Oliver, Mrs. M. R. Abbott, S. I j. Leneve and family, Miss White, Mrs. L. G. White, Dr. A. Kum mer, Dr. M. C. Harris, N. Thompson, Mrs. Carroll, J. W. Podmore, J. L. Compton, J. E. Smith, wife and child, R. Brown, F. J. Finucane, Wm. J. Landers. Miss Landers, H. W. Land ers, Li. F. Haubtmann, G. F. Herr. Dr. E. C. Buell, Th. Fitzgerald, Dr. Gols- schmldt, Dr. Guise, R. Tobin, A. Tobin, Hon. Mr. Sturton, P. McG. McBean, Miss E. C. Chittendon, J. B. Lanca shire, Mrs. Williams, E. Klemme and wife, Miss Edna Bonner, J. J. Gensoul and ten steerage. WHARF AHD WAVE. Sixty-two thousand three hundred L.jgs of sugar on Kauai. The steamer Mikahala is due from Kauai parts tomorrow morning. The Italian cruiser Piemonte sails fcr Yokohama a: 9 o'clock this mo:r. ius. The freighter Belgian King is du from Yokohama on April 25th, for San Diego. The schooner A. M. Baxter sails for San Franel&eo next Tuesday with a full cargo of sugar. The United States transport Grant sailed frcrm Manila, via Nagasaki, for San Francisco on March 25th. The schooner Alice Cooke sailed for San Francisco yesterday with 22,279 bags of sugar, valued at $111,547. . Three hundred tons of dry granulat ed sugar arrived from New York on the ship Iroquois. After a portion of her cargo is discharged at Oceanic wharf the Iroquois will move to Nuu anu street. The Toyo Kisen liner America Maru was at Pacific Mail wharf yesterday from Oriental ports with a large cargo fcr this port and a number cf through passengers. She sailed for San Fran cisco at 10 o'clock last night. LOCAL BRtVlTIES. . At the Cabinet meeting yesterday the amended charters or Honomu and Honokaa were approved. The Janet "Waldorf engagement be gins at the opera house this evening with the play "Twelfth Night." The monthly meeting of the Hawaii an Children's Society will take place this evening at the home of J. B. Ath erton. The rehearsal of 'the Central Union church choir will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon instead of in the even ing as heretofore. "Is Evolution Necessarily Fatalist ic?" is the subject of Rev. J. Gulick's paper to be read before the Social Sci ence Association May 1. It was ,an error on the part of this paper to say that the Cathedral Con gregation of St Andrew's had adopt ed a reply 'to the Bishop's letter. There was a full house at the Or pheum last evening. This afternoon there will be a grand matinee and this evening a complete change of pro gram. Toma, the Japanese detective, while out driving yesterday afternoon, fell from the brake and was badly bruised. He was taken to the hospital. His in juries are not serious. An extensive review of last evening's Rolfe lecture on Jane Austen will ap pear In this' paper Monday morning. There was a good attendance and the address was an excellent one. NOTICE. DURING MY TEMPORARY AB- sence from the Islands, my brother, C. F. Peterson, will transact all business for me under full power of attorney. R. C. A.. PETERSON. Honolulu, April 21, 1899. 5212 WANTED. . TWO YOUNG LADIES IN-GARDEN Lanai. . NEW ENGLAND BAKERY & CANDY CO. 5211 WANTED. A PORTUGUESE GIRL AS NURSE maid, and make herself useful. Apply MRS. J. BEARWALD, 5210 ICO Liliha Street. WANTED. BY A VERY QUIET GENTLEMAN of regular habits a furnished parlor with bedroom and bath with hot and cold wattr, or a large cool bedroom with bath, in quiet locality near the city. Address P. O. Box No. 599. 5207 WANTED; MR. E. PIERCE, AT PRESENT AND for many years past bookkeeper for Hamakua Mill Co., and Kukaiau Mill Co., desires an appointment. Was formerly for a long period chief ac countant to the Royal Niger Co. Ref erence: Messrs. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Honolulu. 5202 "LILY OF THE VALLEY." FOR SALE AT RHODES' NURS erv, opposite Kawaiahao Seminary. 5212 BOARD ANDJOOMS. NEWLY FURNISHED COTTAGE with board at McCully Homestead, 1680 King street. Reference required. 5196 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. 5186 MCUHTA1H RETREAT. NUUANU VALLEY, 2&- MILES from post office. Cottages to let fur nlshed or unfurnished; beautifully lo cated. Apply at W; W. WRIGHT'S CARRIAGE SHOP Or Telephone 1057. 519 REMOVAL NOTICE. JOSEPH MORGAN, ART JEWEL er, Practical Lapidary and Opal Mer chant, late of King street. Present ad dress 148 Liliha street, near School street. All orders punctually attended to. Opal cutting a specialty. 5197 BY AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDERS Will be received at the office of the Minister of the Interior till twelve o'clock noon of Monday, May s, for the construction of -the Ahualoa Home-it earl road. Specifications at the office of Superin tendent of Public Works; also at Ho nokaa pose ofnee. The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. April 21, 1S99. 5211 SEALED TENDERS Will be received at the office of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, May 24th, for about 600 street signs, to be delivered in Ho nolulu. Specifications at office of Superin tendent of Public Wofks. The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. " JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. April 21, 1S99. 5211 TO LET. NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE OF six rooms and bath, on Anapuni street, Rent, $40. Also unfurnished . cottage; rent $22.50. WILL E. FISHER, Real Estate Agent, Fort and Merchant Streets. ' 5211 TO LET. BY THE MONTH FULLY FUR- nished, the dwelling house known as 'Puuomalei," situated in Makawao, Maui. Sixteen hundred fe6t above the sea, charming views and climate. For further particulars apply to Puuomalei Dairy, Makawao, Maui. Puuomalei Dairy, March 22nd. FOR RENT. AS A WHOLE OR IN OFFICES TO suit, Upper Floor of Washington Feed Co., corner of Fort and Queen streets. Apply to ARTHUR HARRISON. On premises. April 17, 1899. 5208 TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHED COTTAGE (piano) on Vineyard Street, for light housekeeping. Address: S. K., Adver tiser Office. 5210 FOR SALE. FURNITURE OF FIVE ROOM house for sale cheap. House on Bere- tania street far rent. For further in formation call on H., care of Pacific Cycle Co., Fort street. 5212 FOR SAVE. ONE DOUBLE CARRIAGE WITH all equipments, and a -set of harness. Wall sell reasonable as party is leav ing city. Apply by letter to "Z," Ad vertiser Office. : 5211 ASSESSMENT NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the third assessment of ten per cent of the Waialua Agricultural Company, Limited, will be due and payable on May 1st at the office of CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED. WILLIAM A. BO WEN, Treasurer Waialua Agricultural Com pany, Limited. 5212 QUARTERLY MEETING THE REGULAR QUARTERLY meeting of the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., .will be held at its office on Sat urday, April 29th, at 10 o'clock a. m. -JAS. GORDON SPENCER, Secretary Honolulu, April 22, 1S99. 5212 TKttPASS NOTICE. ALL PARTIES ARE WARNED TO refrain from visiting or trespassing up on that portion of the Sumner property near Honolulu harbor and known as "Sumner's Reef." Violations of this notice will be followed by prosecution of the offenders. JOHN K. SUMNER, THE BISHOP OF PANAPOLIS. no 211 A I LEY'S IKE ITS. . NOW WE'RE SHOUTING Model 15 Beebee Bicycles at $30.00.' Guaranteed in every way, in the same word3 and for the same time as any make of bi cycle. These wheels have always given sat isfaction and will stand the hardest of usage. . THIRTY-INCH WHEELS, MODEL 23. Morgan & Wright Tires. Arrivals today. . ' Dunlop Rims, single, piece, made to stand this climate, which breaks up the ordinary Dunlop quickly. RAMSAY SWINGING PEDALS; the very best pedal made. THE MILWAUKEE PUNCTURE PROOF TIRE NOW IN STOCK. Guar anteed soft and Kiawe proof. ley's Honolulu cyclery. 231 King street. Sole Agent, Hawaiian islands. B Ml lo liii Gold Fields ! ! VIA THE- ; BRITISH AMERICAN STEAM SHIP LINE. THE S. S. GAR0XNE Will sail from Honolulu about May Oth, for St. Michaels, Alaska, via Ta coma and Seattle, with stop to enable prospectors to outfit at either port. The company operates its own ves sels on the Yukon river and its agents are prepared to sell through tickets from HONOLULU DIRECT TO THE GOLD FIELDS, with only one change of steamers. The above sailing will open tne sea son of 1S99. If you are going, be among the first! For further information, apply to m mm GENERAL AGENTS ;inSf! nTlTH?n!4 i lift r UOfiiJ. DftMl kit G UU. 0 New une. The bark.Foohng Suey will leave New York on April 5th, for Honolulu. The bark Iolanl will leave New York on or about May 15, 1899, for Honolulu. Advances made on shipments on lib ral terms. For further particulars, ad dress Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby street, Boston or C. BREWTER & CO., LTD., , Honolulu Agents. Steamer Upolu y Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. m., toucning at wonoipu. AianuKona, Kawalhae and Kona ports, as follows: ARRIVE HONOLULU. SATURDAY APRIL 29 WEDNESDAY MAY 10 LEAVE HONOLULU. TUESDAY MAY 2 For freight and passage apply- to THEO, H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. AGENTS. The CaiirornlQ and OHenlQ) S. S. BELGIAN KING Will leave this port for SAN DIEGO, via San Francisco, on or about April 25 th. . For freight apply to ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, JUDD BUJLDING. NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE KAMALO Sugar Co. are hereby notified that a ten per cent assessment is now due and payable at my office, Campbell's block, Merchant street. If not paid on or be fore the 26th inst.-, the same will be transferred to other parties,. FRANK HUSTACE. , Honolulu, April 20th, 1899. 5211 NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Capital Coffee & Commercial Co. will be held on Thurs day the 27th inst., at 10 a. m., at the office of Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd., Queen street. ROBT. CATTON, Secretary C. C. C. Co. Honolulu, 17th April, 1S99. 5207 N0TJCE THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET ing of the Stockholders of the Palama Co-operative Grocery Company, Ltd., will be held a.t the office of the Com pany's President, T. B. Murray, King Street, 26th April, 1S99, 7 p. m: GEO. CAVENAGH. 520S Secretary. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS OF THE OOKALA SUGAR PLANTA TION CO. Shareholders in the above comnany are requested forthwith to deliver their Certificates of Stock to the Secretary for the purpose of having same re-issued in shares of the denomination of $20 each. The secretary will issue re ceipts for Certificates delivered him, which can be held by the owner (or other nartv at interest"), until such limp as the $20 shares are delivered No Certificates for $20 shares will be issued until all Certifi'cates for $100 shares are surrendered, rsieried) E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Ookala Sugar Plantation Co Dated, Honolulu. April 14, 1S99 5206 DIVIDEND NOTICE. OOKALA SUGAR PLANTATION CO j dividend will be duevand payable to the shareholders of the above com nanv. at the office of C. Brewer & Co., Limited, Agents, April 30th, 1SS9. The stock ledger will be closed to trans fers on the 25th to 30th inst., and the above dividend will be apportioned as per stock ledger. (Signed) E. F. BISHOP, Secretary Ookala Sugar Plantation uo. Dated, Honolulu. April 15lh, 1S99. 5206 Hi. York Oceanic Steamship Company: TIME TABLE: . ' The Fine Passenger Steamr of Thiat Line Will Arrive t ad Lrs This Port as Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: MARIPOSA APRIL 26 AUSTRALIA MAY 10 MOANA May 24 AUSTRALIA JUNE 7 ALAMEDA In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agent prepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by a7 railroad from San Francisco, to all points In the United State, and froB New York by any steamship line to all European Fort. For furtner particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co LIMITED- General Agents Pacific fail Steamship Co. ccidental g Oriental Steamship (jo. AND Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave tkil port on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: RIO DE JANEIRO .... APRIL 27 COPTIC . MAY 5 AMERICAN MARU ...MAY 13 CITY OF PEKING MAY 23 GAELIC MAY 31 HONGKONG MARU ....... JUNE 8 CHINA : JUNE 16 DORIC JUNE 24 NIPPON MARU JULY 4 RIO DE JANEIRO JULY 13 COPTIC JULY 21 For general Information apply to 0 iiQiii H in am si tiii Steamers of the 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), an Brisbane, (Q.), are On or about the datea below stated, FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B.C. For Suva. Eriitane (Q.) ana. Sydney: 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 .7. DEC. 22 Through tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State nd Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to Theo. H. Davies & Surreys, Road Carts, Etc. Also, a new line of li is, Wis, And other carriage supplies. IB roues, m 1 ALL STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE. HK HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY W- W- WRIGHT, cro ? FOR SAN FRANCISCO: . MOANA APRIL, 23 AUSTRALIA MAY 16 ' ALAMEDA ) MAT 16 AUSTRALIA JUNE 13 JUNE 21:MARIpoSA JUNE 23 Oceanic S. S. Co. Toyo Kisen Kaisha! FOR SAN FRANCISCO: AMERICA MARU APRIL 21 CITY OF PEKING .... APRIL ?9 GAELIC.. MAY 6 HONGKONG MARU MAY 16 CHINA MAY 23 DORIC JUNE 2 NIPPON MARU JUNE It RIO DE JANEIRO JUNE 17 COPTIC JUNE 27 AMERICA MARU :...JULY 4 CITY OF PEKING JULY 14 GAELIC JULY 22 viz: FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE (Q ) AND SUVA For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.) : MIOWERA MAY 10 WARRIMOO JUNB 7 AORANGI JULY i MIOWERA AUG. 1 WARRIMOO AUG. SO AORANGI SEPT. 27 MIOWERA OCT. 2S WARRIMOO NOV. 13 AORANGI DEC. SO Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Ex S. C. 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