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"' : .m!-.. , 12 THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: nONOLULU, MAY 9 1899. . n X 1 1 mm m m m m m m . mm m l r r i m a a a n m - I win Dnni in ftmmQrp n uhudi npi whakf Ann uauc tu iiir r i.i i. ii tiiiti in ii iiitiiii ii 1 11 LI 1 UU1IIU uwi'iiuuiwiui iiuiviiivvi Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. A. W. PEARSON, Business Manager. -rf-4 0J1H0 RAILWAY S LAND GO.'S TIME TABLE From and After Jan. 1, 1899. STATIONS. Daily (Outward) ex. Sun. A.M. flonolala-. 7:10 Pearl City. 8:03 liwa Mill.. 8:33 vfalanac... .... W&laina TLahnkn. .... Daily Daily ex. -Sun. A.M. A.M. Daily Daily P.M. T.M 9:15 10:08 10:50 11:55 12:32 11:05 11:40 12:00 3:15 3:47 4:t5 4:45 5:40 6:15 5:10 6:50 6:10 STATIO. (Inward) "Kahnku... tialna. . . Waiarae... Jwa Mill.. Pearl City. Hocolala.. Daily ex. riun. Daily Daily A.M. A.M. P.M , 5 i .... 0:10 - 7:10 5:50 7:45 - 1:05 6:15 8:03 1:30 6ll0 8:35 2:15 Dally P. A) 2:08 2:50 3:56 4 :32 4:52 O. P. DENI80N, Superintendent. P. C. Smith, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. METEOROLOGICAL. RECORD. SBy the Government Survey, Published Every Monday. EAKOM iTHEBMi JC I at o I 5 CO B K f 3 3 M . . . D o o o 5! f ! C l ! i i I -!- 8 29 30.05 -.0 00 66 8 2 .00 al'.OO 82. C3 8 3 .00 80.ur 83 .00 82; .02 l 69 2-S I 69 4-10! SW-E 8-E SE-NB SR NB MB NE 1 3-0 Q-3 3 4 3-0 3 30 :i0. 07 30.00; 8 li).08'wi.O!f: 68 M T W T 71 3 H it 6 66 4-1 61 2 68 5-2 I 2,:W.08i30.0l! 68 8 30.lt. 30.03,' 70j J.S0.10 0.01 71 5!:iO.C9 cO.Oi! 68 i Barometer corrected to 32 F. and eea feveJ, and after the 1st of February for standard gravity of Lat. 45. Thl3 cor rection 13 .06 for Honolulu. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. c a W a) o a 0 ZD CO to O a o a. s bxy. 6 Rise 4.30 5.16 ecu 7.49 Hon. Tuea. Wed. Thnrs Frld. Sat... :?un.. 5.25 6.28 5.24 6. 26 5.24 6.J 5.23 6.29 $.42 5.23 6.30 I 9.34 i 5.23 6.30 10.20 5.22 6.31 i 11.02 New Mooa on th'e 9vh at 7.09 a xa. The tides and moon phases are given in Standard time. The time of sun and moon risinc 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 12h. Cm. 0s. (midnight), Greenwich time, which is lh. 30m. p. m. of Hawaiian Stan dard time. SHSPPiHG iKiELUGHiGE. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Monday, May S. Am. sohr. Golden Shore. Rasmussen, Z1 flnvc: frnm Newcastle. N. S. W., 1153 tons coal to order. Am. schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson, 14 davs from San Francisco; 1000 tons general mdse. to T. H. Davies & Co., 10 horses. 2 mules, 2 cows and 16 dozen chickens. Am. bktn. W. H. DLmond, Nilson, 16 davs from San Francisco; 700 tons gen. imicp to V. G. Irwin & Co.. and 29 "head horses. Haw. bk. Andrew Welch, Drew, 16 Privet frnm Sun Francisco: 1S00 tons mdse. to C. Brewer & Co. SAILED FROM IIONOLULU. Monday, May S. Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, Kaunakakai. Stmr. Mokolii. Dudoit, Kamalo. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, Kapaa. Stmr. Mikahala, Thompson, Nawili wili. Schr. Moi Wahine, Hamakua. Schr. Lady, Martin, Koolau. ISLAND PORTS. K VHULUI Arrived, prior to May 6, schr. Wm. Barton, from Newcastle, Aipnide. from Gray's Harbor. Marv Dodsre. for PrjiTirisro. In norr. ship b. D. can ;n tn eail May 10 for New York with Ivor,,- cfhr. Mildred: schr. Honoipu, I '-' Li.. n r v 7rorker. KIHEI To sail, May S, schr. Defend .v frf T-Tnhnlui. tttt nnpd Mav 2. bk. Amy Turn er W. C. Warland, Planters line for San Francisco; 4215 bags or .e , v.o f.-nrwin2r nlantation; sugar Ho lonftft bacrs: Onomea, 9022 bagb, Hilo Portuguese Sugar Mill Company, 1Q? Total value, $112,15S.55. Arrived, May 5Tschr.VLk nU. Harden from is, -. ?r "Piiward May. trom iiawau iui t, DiuF Honolulu to load sugar. MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and 2-r the next six days are as follows: me u m ARRIVE. Steamers From .Mikahala Makaweli .... Gaelic Yokohama Vv'mnn Tin wail Due ...May 11 . . .May 12 . . .May I ' a a o a p.m a.m. a.m. p m 8! 3.20 2.29 8.09 10.16 9 j 4.10 3.00 8.39 jll.0t 10 ! 4.39 3 89 9.07;ll.5l am II 5.15 4.16 9. 38 12 6.51 4.56 10.10 0.47 13 6.f0 6.45 10.40 1 38 14 i 7. OS 6.50 II. SO 2 21 Claudine Maui May 14 Upolu Kohala MaF Australia San Francisco May 11 Miowera Sydney May 10 Aorangi Victoria MaF 12 IMokolii Kaunakakai May 13 America Maru San Francisco. May 13 Lehua Molokai May 13 "W. G. Hall Kona May 1G Steamere For Sails jClaudine Maui May 9 j Kinau Ililo May 9 W. G. Hall Kona May 9 Miowera Victoria May 10 Mikahala Kauai .May 12 .May 12 .May 12 .May 12 .May 13 .May 15 .May 15 j Gaelic San Francisco Aorangi Svdnev Upolu Kona America Maru Yokohama Jx'lnia. 'Molokai Mokolii Kaiinakakai .... VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. LT. S. S. Iroquol3, Pond, Hllo, March 19. U. S. A. T. Senator, Patterson, . San Francisco. May C. U. S. A. T. Ohio, Boggs, San rFancisco, May 5. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not Include coasters.) Am. stmr. City of Columbia, Milnor, Hilo. Dec. 11. Am. ship J. B. Thomas, Lermond, New castle, March 19. Br. bk. Adderly, Lindfors, Newcastle, April C. Haw. schr. Honolulu, Thronagley, New castle, April 6. Am. ship S. P. Hitchcock, Hilo, April Xi.. Am. schr. Defiance. Blum. Newcastle. April 14. Am. schr. Erskine S. Phelps, Graham, San Francisco, April 1G. Am. ship Iroquois, Thompson, New York, April 19. Am. schr. Transit, Jorgensen, San Francisco, April 22. Am. schr. C. S. Holmes, Johnson, Seat tle, April 22. Am. schr. W. H. Talbot, Bahneche, Newcastle, April 24. v Am. schr. H. . Bendixon, Olsen, New castle, April 25. Am. schr. Fort George, Mor3e, San Francisco, April 25. Haw. bk. Mauna Ala, Smith, San Fran cisco, April 26. Am. schr. Robert Lewers, Goodman, San Francisco, April 27. Haw. bk. Himalaya, Dearborn. New castle, April 28. Am. hip Aryan. Whittier. Norfolk. April 28. Am. schr. Repeat. Olsen, Port Blakely- April 30. Am. schr. F. S. Redfield, Birkholm, Fjord, Sogethorst, Port Gamble. Am. schr. Ottilie Eureka, April 30. Am. ibktn. Geo. C. Perkins, Maas, Newcastle, May 2. Am. bk. Topgallant. Lundwaldt. Port Blakeley, May 3. Am. bk. C. D. Bryant, Colley, San Francisco, May 4. Am. schr. Fred JR. Sander. Srenson. Port Ludlow, May 4. Br. stmr. Garonne, Conradi, Seattle, May C. Am. bktn. fW. H. DimoixT. Nilson. San Francisco, May S. Haw. bk. Andrew Welch. Drew. San Francisco, May 8. Am. schr. Golden Shore. Rasmnsfipn. Newcastle, May S. Am. schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson,. San Francisco, May S. VESSELS EXPECTED. Due in May. Vessel. From. Geneva, Am. bg . . .Clipperton Island Albany, Ger. bk Westport City of Adelaide, Br. bk. . . Newcastle King Arthur, Br. ship Newcastle Blairmore, Br. ship Newcastle Robert Sudden, Am. bk. ..." Newcastle Amptitrite, Br. ship London Klikitat, Am. bktn. Port Ludlow Standard, Am. ship Planter, Am. bk. . . . Seattle . . San Francisco Mohican, Am. bk. . . Aloha, Am. schr. . . . Star of Russia, Haw. S. F S-ri A ship Dep. Bay Chas. R. Wilson, Am. schr. Gray's Har. Pioneer, Am. schr. .. . . Gray's Harbor H. Hackfeld, Ger. bk. .. Razboynik, Russ. M. W. Foohng Suey Haw. bk. John C. Potter, Am. bk. Liverpool Valparaiso New York Newcastle Newcastle Inca, Am. schr Due in June. Wega, Ger. ship London Sarmiento, Ar. S. S San Francisco Honoipu. Am. schr S. F. Due in July. George Curtis, Am. ship . . . New York Due in August. Emily F. Whitney, Am. ship. New York CHARTERED FOR HONOLULU Harvester, Am. bk Newcastle Bundaleer, Chil. bk Newcastle Euterpe, Haw. ship Newcastle Star of Italy, Haw. ship .... Newcastle Novelty, Am. schr Newcastle Robert Sudden, Am. bk Newcastle Golden Shore, Am. schr .. Newcastle Addenda, Am. bktn Newcastle Louisiana, Am. schr isewcastie Yosemlte. Am. ship Newcastle Lizzie Vance, Am. schr jNewcastia Reaper, Am. ship Newcastle Wm. Bowden, Am. cchr. .. Newcastle Colusa, Am. bk Newcastle H. Hackfeld, Ger. bk JLiverpooi Kilmory, 3r. ship . . London J. C. Glade, Ger. bk . . London Kinfauns, Br. bk La Escocesa, Br. bk . . London New York Foong Suey, Haw. bk New York Helen Brewer, Haw. ship . . New York Qbed Baxter. Am. bk New York - Iolanl. Haw. bk New York Chas. E. Moody, Am. ship .. Norfolk PASSENGERS. Departed. Per S. S. Coptic, for Japan and Chi na. May 0. Mr. and Mrs. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Carter, Mrs. H. L. Achilles. Mrs. H. N. Lund. Miss E. P. Lund, W. E. DoJd and secretary, T. Matruoka K. Tnouye, M. Morioka, H. Mizuno, C. Sano, S. Honye. For Nawiliwili, per stmr. Mikahala, May S. R. F. Lange, H. Morrison, W. T. Schmidt, Geo. Goodacre, A. Cropp, II. G. Boswell. L. E. Pinkham, E. Low ell, Dr. French, J. Lowell. Arrived. From San Francisco, per bktn. W. H. Dimond, May S. John Dempsey, H. A. Koster and F. Parker. From San Francisco, per bk. Andrew Welch, May S. Mrs. North, Miss North, Mrs. Brushwood and daughter, Mr. Prossman and child, Mr. Felton. It from Sydn.. i:uv tomorrow morning. The schooner C. S. Holm 7 for Port rownsend in baila.st vester- day. , The City of Columbia's is being caulked at ihe way. The schooner Mokuk-le leaxy stern ! marine rail-' has been ooug.'it ijy capt. Irving, who her in the Kauai rice trade. will put The barkentine W. H. Dimond ar rived from San Francisco with liv stock and general carsro vestpniav The bark Andrew Welch, fra.n San i-rancisco, anchored m the stream last evening with a general merchandise cargo and a deck load of machinery una pidu.id.nou water pipe. The schooner Mary E. Foster wirh a big general cargo, including the ureugers ior the excavation of the har bor, arrived yesterday. Capt. Thomp son is accompanied by his wifn nn,i family. The cjhip J. B. Thomas will be towed to Kahului by the Claudine, sailing at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The Thomas has on board a ballast cargo of sugar and wili complete her load at Kahului for New York. The ship A. J. Fuller arrived in Hilo last Sunday week, S days from Hono lulu. Capt. Nichols reports two deser tions already at the Rainy City. Out of the Japanese sailors shipped here only two can steer and furl the main royals. He also finds it very dull in Hilo. No band concerts. Nothing going on. He hopes to get quick des patch for Philadelphia. The following vessels sail today: Steamer Kinau, Freeman, for Lahaina, Maalaea, Kihei, Makena, Kawaihae, Mahukona, Laupahoehoe, Hakalau, Ho nomu, Pepeekeo, Onomea, Papaikou, Hilo and Pohoiki, 12 noon; steamer Claudine, Cameron, for Lahaina, Ka hului, Keanae, Hana, lHamoa and Ki pahulu, 5 p. m.; steamer Noeau, Peder Kon, for Honokaa and Kukuihaele, 9 a. m.; steamer W. G. Hall, Haglund, for Lahaina, Maalaea, Kona and Kan, 10 a. m.; steamer J. A. Cummins. Searle, for Oiihu ports, 7 a., m.; Br. S. S. Garonne, Conradi, for Seattle, via Hilo, 5 p. m.; steamer Iwa, Kauffman, for Koolau, 2 p. m.; schr. Mokulele, Ir ving, for Kauai, 5 p. m.; -schr. Waia lua, Nelson, for Hanalei. EXPORTS. Per Am. bk. Albert, for San Fran cisco May 7, 13,465 bags sugar, valued at $68,623.71; 5 bags coffee valued at $1400. LOST CERTIFICATE. CERTIFICATE NO. S4S FOR three shares in the Ewa Plantation Co. dated July 30th, 1898, belonging, to Miss May Logan, has Ibeen lost in tran sit, and all parties are hereby notified' not to negotiate, or use the same, as all further transfers of it on the books of the company have been etopped'- Anyone finding the said certificate is. asked to return it to the treasurer at once, and oblige, W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer Era Plantation Companr. 5227 LOST. CERTIFICATE NO. 2S IN THE HA- waiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd., issued to iGeo. F. Renton for fifty shares, has been lost in transit, and all parties are hereby ratified not to negotiate or use the same, as all further transfers on the books of the Company have Deen stopped. A. F. COOKE, Treasurer Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., 7.td 5222 WANTED. TWO EXPERIENCED PLOWMEN for plantation. Apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO., o- U J UUU IJUIIUIII. r WANTED. AC EHLE CASH BOY. APPLY AT B. F EHLERS & CO., Fort Street. 5219 V ANTED. AN APPRENTICE FOR OUR MIL- linery department. Apply to B. F. EHLERS & CO., 5213 . Fort Street. 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. uneo. ii. jjavies cc Co.. Ltd.. Honolulu. 5202 FOR SALE. ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE, brown mare, years old, sound and srentle. broken to ride or drive; also harness and road wagon, almost new, Cheap. Address, l'. u. liox Joi, or ap ply J. II. CUMMING3, 403 Makiki street, above Wilder Ave 5227 FOR RENT. A NEW COTTAGE. CONTAINING seven rooms, unfurnished, on Vine vard street, near car line. Rent rea sonable. Address 'M," Advertiser of fice. 5227 FOR RENT. TWO LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS in a private family on Fort street, above Vineyard street. Address "C,M Advertiser Office. G223 The liner Miowera 8 liMinci steom slip lief S S. "GARONNE" SAILS FOR SEATTLE TACOIA Wash., via Hilo at 5 o'clock p. m. TUESDAY, JIAY !)TU- For further information apply to GENERAL AGENTS CMS. BREWER CO.'S New York Line. The bark "Nauanu" iwill leave New York on or about July 15th, 1899, for Honolulu. Advances made on shipments on lib eral terms. For further particulars, ad dress Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO., 07 Kilby street, Boston, or C. BREWER & CO.r LTD., Honolulu Agents. Steamer Upolu Will leave Honolulu at 10 olock a. ., touching at Honoiu, Mahukona, m Kawaihae and Kona ports, as follows: ARRIVE HONOLULU: Wednesday May 10 Saturday May 20 Wednesday May 31 Saturday June 10 Wednesday Juno 21 Saturday July 1 LEAVE HONOLULU: Friday May 12 Tuesday May 23 Friday June 2 Tnesday June 13 Friday June 23 Tuesday July 4 For freight and passage apply to THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. AGENTS. NOTICE. THE S. S. GAELIC, ADVERTISED to eau irom tins port tor ban t ran- cisco on May 6, 1S99, will be between 5 and 7 days late. The HONGKONG MARU, advert teed io sail trom tins port ror tan ran- cisco on May 16, 1S99, will not call on this trip. Due notice will be given lat er when calls are resumed. H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD., Agents. 5225 FOR SALE. I One pair of large Kentucky Mules, 17 hands high, a double set of Har ness, complete, warranted sound; one farmer's wagon, capacity three tons, 4-in. tires, in good condition. Will be sold as a whole or separate, to suit purchaser. Inquire at S. W. Lederer, at I. X. L., cor. King and Nuuanu Streets. 522J A Kona Homestead FOR SALE! THIS IS A VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY of 45 acres, well enclosed with stone wall. There is a substantial dwelling, with level outhouses, cis- cerns, etc. Also truit trees, including Orange, Coffee, Guava and other fruits. It is located on the old government road, about midway between Kailua and Kealakekua, and near the new Kona Sugar Plantation and the flour ishing coffee fields of that district. Kona has always been noted as the most salubrious and healthy district in the entire group. It has weekly steamer communication with Honolulu, and telephone connection with every part of Hawaii. Schools, Churches, Hotel and Post-office are also near by, thus rendering the location a most des irable one. Here is an opportunity rarely effered to secure a healthy, quiet rural home at a very , low price. For further particulars, inquire ol H. M. WHITNEY, 1119 King Street, or 521S 20CS-3tT P. O. Box 775. FOR RENT. ROOM WITH BOARD IN A PRI vate family opposite Emma Square. Address "M," Advertiser office. 5225 FOR RENT. i HENRY IE I 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. 520S Oceanic Steamship Company, TIME The Fine Passenger This Port as Hereunder: Steamers FROM SAN FRANCISCO: AUSTRALIA . MAY . MAY JUNE 10 24 7 MO AN A AUSTRALIA ALAMEDA AUSTRALIA JUNE 21 JULY 5 ............... vw. v MARIPOSA JULY 19 AUSTRALIA AUG. 2 MOANA AUG. 10 AUSTRALIA AUG. 30 ALAMEDA SEPT. 13 In connection with the Balling of prepared to Issue, to intendlnc nKAAn railroad from San 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 Steamer of the above eompaule will call at Honolala and leave tal port on or aterat the date? elow mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: COPTIC MAY 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 JANE3EO JULY 13 COPTIC JULY 21 For general information apply to Ml. HACKFELD & Steamers of the above line, running in. connection with the CANADI AN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and By uey, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fiji), an. Brisbane, (Q.), are On or about the date3 below stated, FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B.C. ForSuva, Eristane (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 State Europe. For Freight and Passage a&d all general Information, apply to Theo. H. Davies & urreys, Also, a new line of 11 Ul And other carriage supplies. ALL STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE. O - Road nrnnoG' Innrnhna nillll hi) IB. HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY AA. WRIGHT. Cr- ' TABLE: ol This Lin Will Arrive at lsn FOR SAN FRANCISCO: MAY II MAY 2G JUNE IS JUNE 21 JULY 11 AUSTRALIA ALAMEDA .. AUSTRALIA MARIPOSA . USTRALIA .luu...'- TTTT V J MO AN A JL,t AUSTRALIA AUG. ALAMEDA AHH AUSTRALIA SEPT. MARIPOSA SEPT. 21 8 18 5 15 the above steamers, th Agent mm nnnn through ticketa by points in the United State, and n all European Porta. Toyo Kisen Kaislia! FOR SAN FRANCISCO: 5 ! GAELIC , MAY 13 CHINA MAY 23 DORIC JUNE 2 NIPPON MARU JUNE 10 RIO DE JANEIRO JUNE 17 COPTIC JUNE 27 AMERICA MARU JULY 4 CITY OF PEKING JULY 14 GAELIC JULY 22 ,'cfl- Agent; viz: FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE (Q.) AND SUVA For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.): MIOWERA MAY 1ft WARRIMOO JUNE T AORANGI JULY i MIOWERA AUG. fl WARRIMOO AUG. U AORANGI SEPT. 27 MIOWERA OCT. M WARRIMOO , NOV. 11 AORANGI DEC M Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Ex S. C. Allen A LARGE SHIPMENT arts, Etc .ZtSfix- t' , ,' fefO - Hi Royal lil im ii hit 111 mm i:i'lf. ;. 1 I I 1 1 1 i Ii t: t "t f .... .- .