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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU, APRIL 25 1S99.
8 1 PSEil'i COMGIGi Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY. Von Holt Block, Kins Street. A. W. PEARSON. Business Manager. urnvv nun imi v M I. u TIME TABLE From and After Jan. 1, 1899. 8TATION3. Daily Daily (Oatward) ex. Sun. Daily ex. Sin. Daily P.M. 3:15 3:47 4:15 4:45 5:40 6:15 Daily P.M 5:10 6:50 6:10 A.M. A.M. A.M. fonoln)a.. Pearl City. ws M511.. Valanae... Walalna . . . Kahuka... STATIONS. (Inward) Kahoka... Wi&lua. . . Walanac... wt Mill.. Pearl City. Honolulu.. 7:10 8:03 8:33 9rl5 9:43 10:08 10:50 11:65 12:32 11:05 11:40 12:00 Daltv ex. Sun. A.M. Daily Daily A.M. P.M 5 : V .... 0:10 Daily R. 2:08 2:50 3:55 4 -JS2 4:52 fi:26 7:10 7:45 8:03 8:35 5:50 6:15 6:t0 1.05 1:30 2:15 Q. P. Dbnison, Saperirtendent, F. C. Smith, Gen. Pas?. & Tkt. Act METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By the Government Survey, Published Every Monday. nmin nnm mm nn mini mirrnu uu o o i2. !3d 3 P. O -j o a. 63 71 61 t2 79 .16 77L01 79l.f6 80;.0l 79 .00 811.15 79!.0O I NE KK NE SR 5 4 . 4 3 4 3 59 3-8 fifi 2-6-0 W !l-0 62j C-b J W-S 1 Barometer corrected to 32 F. and eea tevel, and after the 1st of February for standard gravity of LaL 45. Thi3 cor rection la .06 for Honolulu. V TIDES, SUN AND MOON. BaRuM rHi i - a 8 15 30.14 30.06! 69 S Ibis. 15 30.07 70 M 173(M2 30.01 69 T 18 30.05 29.98, 70 YV 19 80. 6 J9.98i 7 T 20i3U.03 29.95i 61 F l29.97 29.87J 59 f SO CTj , or. 9 to O a o p.m 9.54 10.42 11.34 a.m 0.30 1.31 2.35 Set?. 4.36 5. 16 Rise 7.43 8.44 9.44 10.41 11.33 5.34 16.22 5.33 6.23 C.32 6.2:) 5.32 16.24 5.31 '6.24 5.30 "6.24 5.30 16.25 Fall Moon on the 25th at 8 52 a. m. The tides and moon phases are given In Standard time. The time of .sun and moor rlsinff and setting being given for all ports In the group are in Local time, to which the respective corrections to Standard time applicable to each differ ent port should be made. The Standard time whistle sounds at i9i nm nv fmidnlerhtl. Greenwich time. i. in- mi i i 1 - -r - - which is lh. SOm. p. m. of Hawaiian Stan dard time. SHIPPKiC IKTELLlCBiCL ksbit." r ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Monday, April 21. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, G hrs. from Waimanalo. Am. schr. v. H. Talbot, 57 days from Newcastle; 1340 tons of coal. SAILED FROM HONOLULU. Monday, April 24. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, Wai manalo. Schr. Lavinia, J.Pahia. Paauilo. Stmr. Lehua, Bennet, Kaunakakai. Stmr. Mokolii, Dudoit, Kamalo. Stmr. Waialeale, Green, Kilauea. Stmr. Kilohana, Thompson, Maka weli. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, Kapaa. Stmr. Iwa, Kaufman, Hana. -v. MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and tor the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers From Due 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. 28 City of Peking Yokohama ..Apr. 29 Upolu Kohala Apr. 29 Mikahala Makaweli Apr. 30 Lehua Molokai and Lanai Apr. 29 Kinau Hawaii Apr. 30 Claudine Maui Apr. 30 DEPART. Steamers For Sails Claudine Maui Apr. 25 Belgian King San Diego Apr. 25 Kinau Hilo Apr. 25 Mikahala Kauai Apr. 25 Mariposa Sydney Apr. 26 Rio de Janeiro San Francisco. Apr. 27 Moana San Francisco Apr. 28 W. G. Hall Kona ...Apr. 28 City of Peking Yokohama Apr. 29 Lehua Molokai May 1 Upolu Kohala May 2 VESSELS TN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Hilo, March 19. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not Include coasters.) Ael stmr. City of Columbia, Milnor, Hilo, Dec. 11. Am. ship A. J. Fuller, Nichols, Norfolk, March 8. Br. ship Carnedd Llewellyn, Griffiths, Liverpool, March 3. Am. bk. McNear, Peterson, Newcastle, March 11. Am. bk. Fresno, Underwood, Port Townsend, March 12. Am. h!p J. B. Thomas, Lrmond, New castle, March 19. H- r-1 Ef S5 sr DAT. 3 I g H H a 5: o. 6 re p.m. a.m. a.m. Mon. 24 1 3.19 2.24 8.21 Tneg. 25 1 3.65 3.00 8.52 Wed. 26 4.35 3.39 9.28 Thora 27 5.20 4.v0 10.05 Frld. 2H 6.10 5.06 10.40 Sat... 29 7.00 6.03 11.19 p.m. San.. 30 7.56 7 16 12.14 Am. bk. Alden Besse, Potter, San Francisco, March 28. Am. schr. A. M. Baxter, Marshall, Ev erett, March 31. Am. bk. S. C. Allen, Johnson, San Francisco, April 1. Am. bk. Edward May, Backus, New castle, April 2. Am. schr. A. J. West, Ogilvie, Aber deen, April 4. Am. schr. W. F. Jewett, Johnson, Port Townsend, April 5. Br. bk. Adderly, Lindfors, Newcastle, April C. Haw. schr. Honolulu, Thronagley, New castle, April 6. Am. brig W. G. Irwin, Williams, San Francisco, April 6. Am. schr. AzaLea, Fardellns, Port Townsend, April 8. Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, San Francisco, April 9. Am. bk. Martha Davis, Friis,. San Francisco, April 9. Am. schr. Wm. Renton, Jansen, Port Townsend, April 9. Am. schr. Carrier Dove, Brandt, New castle, April 9. Am. bktn. S. G. Wilder, Jackson, San Francisco, April 9. Am. ship S. P. Hitchcock, Hilo, April 12. Am. schr. Defiance, Blum, Newcastle, April 14. Am. bk. Albert, Griffiths, San Fran cisco, April 1C. Am. bktn. S. N. Castle, Hubbard, San Francisco, April 17. Am. schr. Erskine S. Phelps, Graham, San Francisco, April 16. Am. ship Iroquois, Thompson, New York, April 19. Am. schr. Transit. Jorgensen, San Francisco. Anril 22. Am. schr. C. S. Holmes, Johnson, Seat tle, April 22. V!1ARFAHD WAVE. The bark Alden Besse is in the stream. Mariposa tomorrow morning from 'Frisco. The .schooner Waialua sails for Ha nalei and Kalihiwai tomorrow. 'The United States army transport Arizona is due from San Francisco. The brig W. G. Irwin sails for San Francisco with a cargo of sugar today. The steamer Iwa ran from Kahana to this port last Saturday in six hours, which is a record. The increased speed is due to the new propeller. The W. G. Hall arrives late this af ternoon from Kona and Kau ports. Some weeks will elapse before the Mauna Loa is put back on -this route, as she will undergo quite an extensive overhauling. The following vessels sail today: Steamer Kinau, Clarke, for Hilo and way ports, 12 noon; steamer Claudine, Cameron, for Maui ports, 5 p. m.; bark Fresno, Underwood, for the Sound; steamer Mikahala, Thompson, for Na- wiliwili, Hanamaulu, Koloa, Eleele and Hanapepe, 5 p. m.; steamer Iwalani, Gregory, for Honokaa at 12 noon; schooner Mokihana, Irving, for Hana- lei and Kauhiwai; steamer Noeau, Pederson, for Kukuihaele, at 10 a. m. ATTENTION, COMPANY A. A Armory Company A, First Regi- ) ment, N. G. H. V Honolulu, April 25. 18S9.) Every member of this Command is hereby ordered to report at the Drill Shed THIS (TUESDAY) EVLNING, April 25, at 7:30 o'clock for Regimental drill and Parade. White trousers and legins. PAUL SMITH, . Captain Commanding. FOR SALE. HAWAIIAN DIMES. ANY NUM- ber. Apply to J. J. Egan. 5214 WANTED. BRIGHT YOUNG MEN AND WO- men at COG Fort street, above Bere- tania. Good money to right parties. WANTED. AN APPRENTICE FOR OUR MIL linery department. Apply to B. F. EHLERS & CO., Fort Street. 5213 WANTED. MR. E. PIERCE, AT PRESENT AND for many years past bookkeeper for rlamakua 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 LOST. THE WHITE BULL TERRIER "Jag." Marks Right ear yellow, lower left tusk gone. Suitable reward for re turn to J. H. Wilson, old Bulletin build in sr. Merchant street. 2513 FOUND. A BAY HORSE ABOUT FIFTEEN hands high, .with -white star on fore head. Owner can have same by calling at Queen Hotel, Nuuanu street. 5213 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, 1S99. 5212 NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Capital Coffee & Commercial Co. will ibe held nn Thnrs day the 27th inst., at 10 a. m., at the omce or jaiton, rseui & Co., Ltd Queen street. ROBT. CATTON, Secretary C. C. C. Co. Honolulu, 17th April, 1899. 5207 FOR RENT. A LARGE TWO-STORY FIRE proof Building, suitable for wholesale or storage business. Inquire todav. L. C. ABLES 315 Fort Street. FOR RENT. NICELY FURNISHED COTTAGE with board, on the beach in Kapiolani Park, Waikiki. For particulars ail dress P. O. Box 225. 5213 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, 1S99. 52OS FOR SALE. ONE LADY'S BICYCLE (Rambler Also a lot of Choice Ferns in pots and stumps. Apply 533 Beretania Street, four doors above City Feed Co. .2513 FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT ON KINAU street, near Pensacola. Size of lot 100 xl50. Apply W. G. Singlehurst, at of fice of Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 5213 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 SALE. ONE DOUBLE CARRIAGE WITH all equipments, and a set of harness. Will sell reasonable as party is leav ing city. Apply by letter to "Z," Ad vertiser Office. 5211 MEETING NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK- holders of E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., will be held on Thursday, April 27th, 1899 at 2 p. m., for the purpose of electing a secretary. E. O. WHITE, 5213 Secretary. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the stock books of the Haiku Sugar Co. will be closed to transfers from Wednesday, the 26th, to Saturday, the 29th inst., inclusive. J. P. COOKB, 5213 Treasurer. NOTICE. THE STOCK BOOKS OF THE IN- ter-IslajHl Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., will be closed to transfers from April 24th to 2Cth inclusive. N. E. GEDGE, 5213 Secretary. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the stock books of the Ewa Plantation Company will be closed to transfers from Wednesday, the 26th, to Satur dav, the 29th inst., inclusive. W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co. Honolulu, H. I., April 24th, 1899. K9 213 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the stock books of Paia Plantation Co. will be closed to transfers from Wed nesday, the 26th, to Saturday, the 29th, inst., inclusive. J. P. COOKE, 5213 Treasurer. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT t.h a stork books of the Waimea Susrar Mill Company will be closed to trans fers from Wednesday, the 26th, to Sat urday, the 29th, inst., inclusive. W. A. BOWEN. Treasurer Waimea Sugar Mill Co. . Honolulu, H. I., April 24th, 1S99. 5213 a BOARD AHD ROOMS. NEWLY FURNISHED COTTAGE with board at McCully Homestead, 1680 King street. Reference required. 5196 B AI LEY'S IKF. ITS. NOW WE'RE SHOUTING Model 15 Beebee Bicycles at 30.00. Guaranteed in every way, In the same words 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 25. 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. 231. King street. Sole Agent, Hawaiian Islands. Baileys (HI BAD. 10 iii8ji Fields ! i VIA THE BRITISH-AMERICAN STEAM SHIP LINE. THE S. S. GARONNE Will sail from Honolulu about Mav 6th, 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 els on the Yukon river and its aeents are prepared to sell through tickets rom HONOLULU DIRECT TO THE GOLD FIELDS, with only one change of steamers. The above sailing will open the sea on of 1899. If you are going, be among he first! For further information, apply to HEW WfiTERHOUSE X CO., GENERAL AGENTS CHAS. BREWER a CO.'S w jc w hi at m nm fofk 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 ral terms. For further particulars, ad dress Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby street, Boston or C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Honolulu Agents. Steamer Upolu Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. m., touching at Honoipu, Mahukona, Kawaihae 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. liri S. S. BELGIAN KING Will leave this port for SAN DIEGO, via San Francisco, on or about April 25th. For freight apply to ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, JUDD BUILDING. FAST TEAM At Your Own Figures. t.a PALOMA Bay mare: black points; star in forehead; .15.2 hands. Fnalpd 1S92: Sire Eras. Z:ZV2; sire of dam of Dione, 2:0914. First dam, Nettie Nutwood, by Nutwood, 2:18; second dam, Lady Seulley, by Joseph; third dam. Old Seulley. TRTT..RY Bav mare: black noints: star in forehead; 15.1 hands. Foaled lsnrt. Sire. Iron Clad, he bv Examin er, he by Dorn, he by Nutwood, 2:18; . - . . 1 1 ' . nrsi tiain, viarressa, uy tianou; sec ond dam thoroughbred. These mares are 6 and 7 years old, this snrinsr: well broken, sinsrle. double and gentle. Lady can ride Tril . j 7 by. learn go in minutes. Price, $500. WITHERS. 5214 Corner Alakea and Queen. FOR SALE 400x225, containing 90,000 square feet. A GENTLEMAN'S HOME, in one of the most desirable residence sec tions of this city, high ground, good drainage, fine trees (both ornamental and fruit) beautiful shrubbery, with house in perfect condition, consisting of Drawing room, Dining room, five bed rooms, kitchen, bath and best sanitary plumbing, large closets to all bed rooms, wide verandas. Also Cottage in grounds of two rooms, bath and toilet, mosquito proof. This property must be seen to be appreciated. For further particulars apply Gear, Lansings Go. JUDD BUILDING Dree 01 oneno m$jt ' -S355SS Oceanic Steamship Company. TIME The Fine Passenger Steamsri This Port as Hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO: MARIPOSA APRIL 26 . 1 AUSTRALIA MAY 10 1 MOANA Mav 24 AUOlIWXdA JUAtJ T i w v n n i 1 ALAMEDA JUNE 21 ' I ; I In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, th Agent prepared to Issue, to intending nassencers. couDon throuch tickets by railroad from 9an Francisco, to all points In the United State, and froca New York by any steamship line to, all European Port. For furtner particulars apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & Co LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. aciflc Mail Steamship Co. ccidental & Oriental Steamship Co. AND Steamers of the above companies port on or about the dates below mentioned. . FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: RIO DE JANEIRO APRIL 27 COPTIC MAY AMERICAN MARU ......... .MAY 5 13 23 31 8 16 24 4 13 21 CITY OF PEKING MAY GAELIC MAY HONGKONG MARU JUNE CHINA JUNE DORIC JUNE NIPPON MARU JULY RIO DE JANEIRO JULY COPTIC JULY For general information apply to E-fi. HACKFELD &' Hfl nn 1 MP (OH. 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), an4 Brisbane, (Q.), are On or about the dates below stated, FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B.C. For Suva, Bristane (Q.) and 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 DEC. 22 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to Theo. fl. Davies & Surreys, Road Carts, Etc, Also, a new line of I t MM, And other carriage supplies. ALL STYLISH AND DP-TO-DATE. in if ii ll 1 Eli Mills. -0r0- HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY W. W- WRIGHT, Prop. ' TABLE: of Thla Lin Will Arrlv At as.4 Leans FOR SAN FRANCISCO: MOANA APRIL 28 AUSTRALIA MAY 16 at.atfta MAY 18 A TTCTD 1T.TA TTTVia 13 MARIPOSA JUNE 23 Toyo Kisen Kaislia. will call at Honolulu and leave tklt FOR SAN FRANCISCO: . CITY OF PEKING APRIL ?9 GAELIC MAY ' 6 HONGKONG MARU MAY 16 CHINA MAY 23 DORIC y.... JUNE 2 NIPPON MARU ' JUNE 10 RIO DE JANEIRO JUNE 17 COPTIC JUNE 27 AMERICA iMARU .JULY 4 CITY OF PEKING ........ JULY 14 GAELIC JULY 22 o . ,B-.'c!. Agent; viz: FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE (Q ) AND SUVA For Victor! and Vancouver (B.C.): MIOWERA MAY 10 WARRIMOO JUNE 7 AORANGI JULY f MIOWERA AUG. 1 WARRIMOO AUG. SO AORANGI SEPT. 17 MIOWERA OCT. 11 WARRIMOO NOV. S3 AORANGI DEC. SO Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Ex S. C. Allen A L4RGE SHIPMENT -I i iu,. Roy I 1W