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lis PcGiiic dime ii m nise
Issued Eveiy Morning,
Sunday, by the
Except
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY.
Von Holt I31ock, King Street.
A. W. PEARSON,
Bu3ines3 Manager.
1 sfeiir
rT -
TIME TABLE
From and After Jan. 1, 1 S)).
3TATIOMS D,i1Iy
'Oiitvaroj tx. San.
A.M.
nor o!"lu . . 7:10
Feri City. 8:03
F.wh Mill . B:3
Wnlanfte... ....
Walslaa ..
Kabaka
Daily
ox, Snn.
A.M
1 J :05
11:40
12:00
Dailv
A.M.
10:5.r
11 :
12:32
iJaily
P.M
3 MS
3:47
4:(5
1:13
S?4U
6:15
Daily
ir. M
5:10
6:50
6:10
STATION3.
fin ward)
Kbukj. .
Wa'a'ua... .
Ea Mi l.
P.il City.
IlOliOil lu..
Daiiv
ex. Sun.
A.M
D.iHv
a sr
C:1J
T:1J
7:15
B:U
Daily
Dally
P. i.
2:08
2:5o
3 :55
4 :M
4:52
( :26
5:5'
6::0
1:05
1 :30
2:05
F. (J. Smith,
Apt
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday, Julv 19.
Stmr
Waialeale, Green, from Ka-
paa with 2,500
sx
sugar for C. Brewer
& Co.
Stmr. Mariposa, Hayward, from San
Francisco, mail, pass, and general
mdse., to W. G. Irwin & Co.
jtmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle,
trom
Oahu ports.
Stmi . Kilohana,
Hawaii, with 451
Brewer & Co.
Thompson,
sx sugar,
from
LO 1.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, from Hawaii
with. 5637 sx Bugar for F. A. Schaefer
& Co.
SAILED FROM HONOLULU.
Wednesday, July 19.
Am. stmr. Mariposa,
ney, via Apia.
Hayward, Syd-
Stmr. Niihau, Wyman,
Kekaha.
FOREIGN PORTS.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sailed July 11.
Schr. Robert Lewers for Honolulu.
July 12. Stmr. Conemaugh, Roberts,
Honolulu and Manila. Up and Load
ing for Island Ports For Hilo, bk.
Roderick Dim (to sail July 14); for
Kahului, brig Lurline (to sail July 1C) ;
for Honolulu, bark Mauna Ala (sails
July 13); barkentine Irmgard, ship
Fort George and bark Andrew Welch.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, July 9.
Brig Lurline, from Hilo. Sailed,
July 9. Bkt. Ruth, for Kihei and Ka
hului. Cleared. Julv 12. Sch. Marv
E. Foster, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived previous to
July 10. Stmr. Doric, from San Fran
cisco. SYDNEY Arrived nrior to Julv 10.
Steamr. 'Alameda, from Honolulu;
Br. bk. Woollahra. from Eureka, for
Newcastle and Honolulu.
EUREKA Sailed July 11 Schr.
Robert Lewers, for Honolulu.
LATEST
FREIGHTS
TERS.
AND C HA It-
Eliza Miller, Am.
Mdse., San Francisco
Fanning's Island, by
son., 14S tons
to Honolulu and
John Yightman.
Jr.
Bertie Minor. Am. sch., 230 tons (at
Eureka) Redwood thence to Honolu
lu, by J. R. Hanify & Co.
Mauna Ala, Haw. bk., 779 tons Pass,
and mdse., San Francsco to Honolulu,
in O. S. S. Co.'s Line, by J. D. Spreck
ela & Bros. Co.
Skagit, Am. bktne., 443 tons (at Lud
low) Lumber, thence to Honolulu, by
Pope & Talbot.
Santiago, Haw. bk., 902 tons Re
turns from San Francisco to Hilo, H.
L, in Spreckels' Line.
Lurline, Am. bg., 336 tons Will take
a limited number of passengers, San
Francisco to Kahuiui, H. I.
SPOKEN.
Per brig Lurline. June
N., long. 152 30 W., bktn.
HLlo for San Francisco.
27, lat.
Archer
3S 14
from
MEMORANDA.
Per stmr. Mariposa, from San Fran
cisco, July 19. Left San Francisco on
July 13 at 2:29 a. m., making the run
to this port in six days eight hours
and forty minutes; experienced fine
weather and light winds all the way.
The Mariposa brings fifty-six passen
gers for Honolulu and carries sixty
through passengers. For over two
days before sighting these islands the
Mariposa experienced very hazy weath
er, not being able to take observations
on account of the smoky atmosphere.
IMPORTATIONS.
Per stmr. Mariposa from San Fran
cisco, July 19. Thirty-eight parcels,
109 pkgs. U. S. supplies, 185 bags on
ions, 1C2 bgs. potatoes, 542 bxs. green
fruit, 24 boxes tobacco, 7 cases cigars,
22 cases cigarettes. 13 pkgs. playing
cards, 143 cases dry goods, 15 cases
books, 34 pes. furniture, 11 pianos, 254
pes. machinery, 2G bicycles, 5S pkgs.
hardware, 15 cases wine, US pkgs.
glass, 47 cases boots and shoes, 51
cases hats, 20 clocks, 4 hydrometers.
23 cases glass bottles, 3 bbls. alcohol,
1 ice box, 110 cases groceries and pro
visions, 24 cases mdse., 12 cases leather
and 1 propeller.
CONSIGNEES.
From San Francisco per stmr. Mari
posa, July 19. L. Dinkelspiel & Sons,
Victor Hoffmann, Hawaiian News Co.,
Hawaiian Electric Co., Vincent & Bel
ser, John W. Farwell, Lewers & Cooke,
H. Hackfeld & Co., H. Waterhouse,
THE
.
uisnop & Co., Lewis & Co.. Gonsalves
& Co., C. F. Bishop, Alexander &
Baldwin, Hawaiian Hardwaie Co., E
O. Hall fc Sons, Hollister Drug Co.
Leo Toma & Co., Benson Smith & Co.
v. nne.vjit-j ftons, i. u. uam-
arinos, Sing Warm, Hon. Bicycle Co.
uergstrom Miiiic Co., J. S. Bailey
Pearson-Potter Co., Macfarlane & Co.
Wilder Steamship Co., W. E. Hayes
Fairchild's Honolulu Shoe Store, Theo
u. uavies uo., McCabe, Hamilton &
Remy, Coyne Mehrtens Fur. Co., C. J
i-isnei, k. v. Jordan, City Mill Co.,
Hyman Bros., George Andrews, M
Phillips & Co., The Depot Commissary
PAS3ENGERS.
Arrived.
San Francisco, per stmr.
l-rom ban t rancisco, per stmr. Mar
iposa, July 19 Henry Alferitz and
wife, M. W. Anderson, wife and two
children, A. D. Baldwin. Fred Baldwin,
C. L. Beal. W S. Belfield, J. J. Belser,
Dr. D. R. Brower, Miss V. Christman,
C. I). Clark. J. A. Clouch. Dr. Charles
Davison, Mrs. W. E. Elliott, Miss El
liott, Theodore P. Fluhr, L. J. Frank
and wife. Mrs. Robert Grieve. II. Mil
liard, A. F. Jones, wife and son, Mrs.
George F. Kimball, Miss Kimball, W.
T. Lucas, It. W. McChesney. J. L. Mc
Lean, wife and two children, Miss
Martin, A. C. Paulsmeer, Miss Hanni-
B. Mullen, Robert Owens, wife and two
children, Mrs. F. A. Potter, J. S.
Schweizer, Dr. N. Senn, D. B. Smith.
C. D. Vincent, J. Waterhouse, S. J.
Wilks. wife, two children, maid and
valet, Mrs. L. D. Allen, J. W. Rylan-
der, C. Gardner, George Hedges. Geo.
Sands. John T-Tollv Tncnnli T iMitio-
- T J WOV J'il liltUllj,
E. Breckinridge and wife, J. W. Kie
man, James Scanlan, II. Lindig. F.
Berger, F. Vinkle, T. Mullane. George
Ward, M. Silas, R. Lewis, D. Hall. B.
Brown, F. Fevier, George Wende, Wm.
Griffin, F. McMauee, N. T. Simpson.
jMax Germandt, J. Howe, F. Seegor and
three children, Miss Seeger, J. L.
Housemann, L. Brule, L. Phillips. H.
H. Perry, A. W. Anderson, William
Gordan, William Keolgh, J. 'Breckin
ridge, James Kamana. M. Thelkon. J.
N. s. Williams. For
Apia E. L.
raves. For Auckland-
F. E. Ban me
and
wife, W. Gentry Bingham, D.
Craig, A. Duncan. Miss E. C. Izard, W.
A. Keiller, John B. Teal. For Sydney
H. A. Benson, Mrs. Henry
Bratnober, 1
T. J. Bush. D. N. McBride. H. Mur
doch, Wr. C. Peacock, Miss II. Ralph.
Prof. E. H. Rennie and wife, George
A. Stonier, H. A. Thomas, wife and
child, Edgar E. Turner, G. H. Wrood
bury. Join at Honolulu for Auckland
Captain B. F. Chapman, Miss Pos-
ton. Join at Honolulu for Sydney M.
C. Sherman. F. C. Taylor, Captain T.
G. Taylor, L. C. Vanuxem, Mrs. E. K.
Vanuxem, Miss Florence Vanuxem,
Miss Mary Vanuxem, Hugo Wilckens.
From Honokaa, per stmr. Iwalani,
July 19. F. A. Schaefer and son, Miss
A. Rickard, Miss F. F. Rickard, Mrs.
Swift and son. Miss A. Brickwood and
three deck.
From Kauai, per stmr. Waialeale.
July 19. Mrs. S. N. Hundley, A. Croft.
Mr. Christian and ten deck.
Departed.
For the Colonies, per stmr. Mari
posa, July 19. For Auckland: Captain
B. F. Chapman, Miss Boston. For
Sydney: M. C. Sherman, F. C. Taylor,
j Captain T. G. Taylor, L. C. Vanuxem,
'Mrs. E. K. Vanuxem, Miss Florence
Vanuxem, Miss Mary vanuxem, Hugo
Wilkenp, P. J. Ryan, wife and family,
C. T. Loncstreet. Bishop Willis and
(wife.
FOR RENT.
RESIDENCE AT f57 NUUANU
Avenue. Tnnuire Criterion Saloon for
particulars. 52S9
NOTICE.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
meeting of the Myrtle Boat Club THIS
(THURSDAY) EVENING at 7:30
o'clock at the club house. Business
the election of a captain.
T. H. PETRI E.
5289 Secretary.
WANTED.
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CHARAC
ter; must come well recommended, as
delivery man. Apply at CALIFORNIA
FRUIT MARKET, Alakea and King
streets. 52S7
WANTED.
THREE YOUNG BOYS FOR MES
senger service. Apply to HONOLULU
MESSENGER SERVICE, corner Ala
kea and King streets. 52S7
WANTED.
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CHARAC-
ter with experience in grocery trade.
Apply to P. O. box S07. 32S7
WANTED.
A GOOD STENOGRAPHER AND
tvnewriter who is a cood penman. Ref
erences required. Apply in own hand-
writing
to X, Advertiser olhce. ozbt
SITUATION WANTED.
BY BOOKKEEPER; HIGHLY EDU
cated; long experience: desires perraa
nent emDlovment: erood reference. Ad
dress Y, Advertiser office.
5279
FOR RENT.
AFTER JUNE SOth, THE PREM
ise3 corner Hotel and Richards streets.
known as the "Gedge Cottage." at
present occupied by U. S. Com. Dept.
Particulars of
N. E. GEDGE.
5251 Inter Island Office.
LOST.
IN THE VICINITY OF THE DAVEY
Photo. Co.'s office, a gold (Chinese)
hair ornament about three inches long.
Return to office of Drs. Herbert and
Humphris, Alakea street, and receive
a suitable reward. 52SS
I'ACIFH! COMMERCIAL ADVKKTISEK: HDXniriP v
ry i lu i luiit UUndrAN T A.
a:
A uiH.rv
r-n
N. t . M
m nt
I
urn. Itlv 211
II fllllM III 1 1 I ' . '
e r-i n mi ii..,
.. - 'ill ' III!
hfd THIS
I H I I'SIl t Yi L'VWiv..
ju- at o il i h f,,r
PA I I. -iitm,
I ill.
' .ii tn
iiiiiiaii.i'r
FOR GUAM DIRECT.
A GOOD STAUNCH
SCHOONER
will meet with quick
dispatch for
aoove port.
T
i or passage ana other Information
apply to
J. R. MILLS & CO..
New Market Grocery, Merchant street.
near Central Telephone Office. 52S7
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF tup
stockholders of the OAHi: haiiaviv
& LAND COMPAW M-m i.
- "... mill ill
he Chamber of Commerce rooms in
lonolulu on Mondav. .inH- m k. ...
4 o'clock p. m.. for the
silering the sale of treasnrv sfi 1.
W. G. ASH LEV.
Secretary.
Honolulu. July VJ, 1S99. 02SS
TO LEASF, OR FOR SALF.
NEW HOUSE OF SIX LA RGE
rooms, with bath an patent W. ,
servants' rooms, carriage hotis-. tc.
Alio in rear of the aboo on, cot
tage of three rooms, with bath ar.d
i'tiii-ui, w. v.. jmuaicii on Young :,trei:t
on the town side of Thomas Squar".
For particulars ndlr- II (z.nn
P. O. box 220.
."2S
FOR SALE.
A COMBINATION
SINGLE OR
double-seated tran:
comparatively
new; ruhber tiren. Will sell at rea
sonable figure. Apply N3. tills o(Tn-
"2S$.
FOR SALE.
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PU It
chase high-class furniture In lot to
suit. Must be sold before August 1st.
Leaving Islands account health.
MRS. CHARLES CLARK.
217 Kinau street: fifth house from Ala-
FOR SALE - A BARGAIN.
FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSE
"Prince Ileary," a good roaJstcr, fast
but gentle; suitable for a la ly to drive.
Two-seated Surrey, Single Harness.
Lap Robes, everything complete. A
bargain to the right party.
Elegant upright grand "FISHER"
PIANO, good as new, at half price.
ppiy to FRANK E. NICHOLS, of
fice of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
27S
FOR SALE.
FURNITURE OF PART: A" FUR
nished six-roomed house, with xriv
ilege of renting house if desired. No.
100 Beretania street, between Punch
bowl and Alapai. 327."
FOR SALE.
THE STEAMER "KACXA' IN
perfect condition, with chains, anch
ors, etc., complete; carrying capacity
about forty tons. For further partic
ulars inquire at office of Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., Queen Street.
C250
FOR SALE.
A FINE FAMILY IMPORTED COW.
acclimated. Fresh to pall. Will sell
cheap. Address "Cow." This Office.
32S2
FOR SALE.
BEACH LOT AT PENINSULA
FOB
particulars apply to
C. J. FALK.
Room C01 Judd Building.
FOR RENT.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms centrally located; would suit
two gentlemen. Address Z.?. this of
fice. 52$ S
NOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE. FROM 21st
inst.. from the Hawaiian Islands, Lin
Chow will act as manager with full
power of attorney for the firm of Sing
Tal Co., and also as my personal agvnt
under full power of attorney. All ac
counts against both the company and
myself personally should be presented
before July 20.
52S4 C. AH MING.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO ARE TEN
ants of what has been known as the
Kapiolanl estate are hereby requested
to make prompt payment of the
amounts due by them to the under
signed at their office on Kaahumanu
street.
D. KAWANANAKOA.
52S3 J. KALANIANAOLE.
NOTICE
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN NOR
the owners of the British ship Amphl
trite will be responsible for any debts
contracted by the crew of said vessel.
C. A. ANDERSON.
Master.
Honolulu, H. I.. July 15, 1S0O.
52S0
- -
,trw THE
Favnrite
Hnufe
FOR THE
Ishnd
Ptopie
AND
0's pjc'tov
Tourhts
Super d Tram
Every Day in the Year
VIA THE
UNION PACIFIC.
AN
L'll 1 'r t . ..v .. .
rurt.MitMju ill l;iiIUA-0
V JTMJi:r l IIANC.K.
liLi l iii SMOKING AN 11 I.TItltvirv
-
CARS WITH BARBER SHOP.
1UL DLL DRAWING ROOM SI.Kf?l.
' ERS,
Kfc.K RECLINING CHAIR CARS.
PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS
DINING CARS (A LA CARTE).
ONLY CIA DAYS TO CHICAGO.
Leaves Snn Francisco da!y at 6 p. m.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agen
No. 1 Montgomery SL. San Francisctx
Steamer Upolu
Will If tve Hono'alu at 10 o'clock &
m.. touching at Honolpu. M&bukooa.
kavainae and Kona port, as follows:
LEAVE HONOLULU.
J11I7 . 2
August 4
ARRIVE HONOLULU.
July .- 2
Fir freight and passage apply
to
TKE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
AGENTS. .
OHAli.
BiiEWHK
York
Th bark
-Nuuanu" will
leave Mix
York on or
about Jul IS:
Hone lulu.
Advances iaue on sipxeatts cz-lib
eral t?rms. For further particulars, aJ-
uross Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO..
K Iby sir.st, Boston, or
C. BltnWER St CO.
LTI.
Honolulu Arer:..
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
NOTICE IS 1 1 ERE 11 Y GIVEN TO
passengers booking by any of the Lines
of Steamers represented by the under
signed agents that on and after Aug
ust 1st. IbOO, a booking fee at ten dol
lars will bf required from each pas
senger at th time of registration cif
nainv. This fee will be refunded in
cas9 of inability to provide uroir.nio
datlon on arrival of steamer.
(Signed)
WM. G. IRWIN & COMPANY. Ltd..
By its Provident, V. ;. Irwin.
(Sicncd)
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.. Ltl.
By Thomas Rain Walker. Irtrrctor.
Agents of Canadian - .VtMrallan
Steamship Co.
i Signed)
H. HACKFELD At CO.. Ltd..
E. Snhr, Director. r.20
IN
THE CIRCUIT COITRT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT. HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS.
In the matter of the estate of Edwin.
Iokcpa and Keonl ILimauku. min
ors. On reading and filing the petition of
William O. Smith, nuardian. praying
for an order of Palo of certain real es-
tato belonging to said wards, situate
at Kewalo. in Honolulu, Oahu. cakai
of King street, being n portion of 1
C. Award 70C. IL I 5733, to Kukuna
Nehi, and containing an area of L Z-10
acres, and setting forth certain legal
reasons why such rxl estate should
be sold.
It Is hereby ordered. That all per
sons inicresieu in me saui relate, ap
pear before- this Court on Friday. th
21st day of July. A. P.. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at the Court Room of
this Court. In Honolulu. Oahu, then
and there to show cause why an order
should not be granted for the sale of
such estate.
Dated, Honolulu. If. I.. June 2th.
1S99.
By the Court:
P. D. KKLLKTT. JR..
Clerk.
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting of the directors of th
HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT &
LAND CO.. held at the company's of
fice on the 1st Instant, an assessment
of ten (1) per cent was levied on th
Capital Stock of the Company, dns and
payable at the Company's offim. No.
411 Fort street. Honolulu, from and
after this date.
The shares upon whch any assess
ment may remain unpaid after thirty
(30) days from this d.ite will b
clared delinquent.
Honolulu, II. I.. 5th Julv. HfO.
J. A. OILMAN.
ie
4
5277 Secretary II. R. T. & L. Co. I
20, i son.
Oceanic Steamship Company.'
TIME TABLE:
Thlj Ior: as I!"rvucdr:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
USTRALIA irn
M
MOAN A i in
1
2)
13
Zl
11
STKALIA Al'i:'
MKI). CT'IT
THALIA r7T
MARIPOSA OCT
AUSTRALIA ".."... OCT.
Tor farther particulars ipply
to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co
UIMITHD
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
i.cci(ieni8l &
AND
St earner of tbe above companies rill rnl!
port on or a'jout tb dates below 3nl!oncd:
FOR iAPAfi AMD CHINA:
COPTIC
AMERICA MARU
city or pinaNG
GAELIC
AUG. S
AUG. :c
..... SLIT. X
SLIT. 3
CHINA
DORIC
For genera! Isfomutloa apply
CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN ROYAL
MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.
Steamers of tL-s aove line, nnalng In cccstctioo wiih the CAI'ADLVN
PACIFIC ItAILWAY COMPANY ltwca Vataer. II. X and SyVy N
S. W.. nnd calling at Mctorla. IL O. Honolpu. Sua (FJ1), and Iriitl&c
(Q.), aro IfllJ
On or about Ux- ditrs below iiatrd, vli:
nrOn VANCOUVER A.D VICTOHA. B.C..FIOA SYLMTY. BUAAe IQJ AKO CUYa
AO RANG I
MIOWERA
WARHIMOO
AO RANG I OCT. 27
MIOWEIt, NOV. 21
waiuumoo nrc 22
The ja.-ignifli-ct ce rlre tbv 'Iir.prrUI Umitor Is now naoinr 4uly.
BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL
Mjl.ias thf ra !-.M:t- without claaff.x Tie- nct;l Ibllnv .-!,..
In the world.
TLrough tickets b.uel rras
Eurorc
For Freigbt
Pa-Mat and all
Theo. H. Davies &
Surreys, Road Carts, Etc,
Also, a new line of
And other carriage supplies.
ALL STYLISH AHD DP-TO-DATE.
Hob: Hies.
top 1 eui Mi.
lis. tti.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
A. A. WRIGHT, t
o! TL.. win Arrirr a: iai lsr
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
J MO AN A
JULY Zl
AUSTRALIA AUG. 3
ALAMEDA
4 AU4J. 19
SKPT. 6
, 5 KPT. 15
OCT. I
OCT. II
OCT. 21
AUSTRALIA
MARIIOSA .
AUSTRALIA
MO ANA ...
AUSTRALIA
I
...(
i
sieaarr. the Arret
broach tlrkeu by nr
altr-1 States, aai froca
Port.
Oriental Steamship Co..
Toyo Eisen Kaishai.
a: Honolulu aoJ leave tbla-
FOR SAM FRANCISCO:
-JHJ'S 3iclTX OF rnKIKG JULY II
,nAKUC JULY 22
CHINA
AUG. S
DORIC
AUG. IS
NIPPON MARU
AUG. 25
REIT. 2
SEPT. 12
UIO I)i: JANEIRO
COITIC
AUG. 4 MIOWERA AUG. 2-
SEPT. ljWARRIMOO ALU 21
.... SEIT. 25'AORANGI SEPT.
MIOWERA OCT. 2,
(WARRIMOO NOV. 22
, AORANGI DPC. ;i
4
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Honolsl-j to Canada. Ua!2ed Stjs
gTjl IrJrcatlor, arply
Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
Ex S. C. Allen
A URGE SHIPMENT
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