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TUF PAIMFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 10, 1899. I WHARF AND WAVE. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, H. I., Sept. IS, 1S99. IT'S INDISPUTABLE. R. C. A. Peterso BROKER, Real Estate and Financial AGENT. Houses For Rent. Properties For Sale. Stocks and Bonds; Loans Negotiated, Honolulu, H.L OFFICE: 15 K5ABUMANU STREET. P. O. BOX 365. Each and Every School Teacher On returning to their fields of labor should take with them a copy of C(0O VMM AND OTHER . . . . Songs For Children. "Words and music by Mary Dilling ham Frear. For Sale at . iifniinumiirii to 'ML LIMITED,, MERCHANT STREET. Hoffman Saloon ON DRAFT L.H.DEE PROPRIETOR. Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts. Robert Lewer. F, J. lowrey. C. If. Coo) e LEVERS & COOKE. Importers and Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials. Office, 414 Fort St. urn I., H I no 111 ALE And- Kona-Kau steamer Manna I.oa due at noon today. The United States array transport Columbia was scheduled to sail for Manila at 10:30 last night. The American schooner Olga, lumber laden from Tacoma, is in the stream, having arrived yesterday afternoon, reporting an uneventful voyage. VICTORIA, U. C, Sept. 11. The bark Theobold reports the wreck of the schooner Woodbury on Wood Isl and near the Alaskan coast. No lives were lost. The America Manx of the Toyo Kisen Kaisha caught fire in her coal bunker at Yokohama September 9. The fire was extinguished and the America sailed for this port. SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 0 The bark General Fairchild is on the Spear street drydock for a general overhaul ing. She is having her copper patched, her garboard recalked and her hull cleaned and painted. She will receive a new mainmast and a new pump and will then load for Honolulu or Austra lia. The Toyo Kisen liner Nippon Manx docked at Pacific Mail wharf at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon from San Francisco and will sail for Oriental ports at 10 o'clock this morning. The Nippon Maru is now making fine trips with the following officers: J. F. Al len, commander; N. Tate, chief officer; Wm. Duncan, chief engineer; John Pi- ver, purser; H. M. Fine, M.D., surgeon; Li. M. Ver Mehr, frjeight clerk. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12. The dissatisfaction among the longshore men on the salmon-packers' vessels spread yesterday to the sugar fleet. The men demanded a raise from 40 to 50 cents an hour, and yesterday at 1 o'clock they went to work at the figure demanded. The sugar packets Roder ick Dhu and Edward May, which were discharging at Oakland, gave in imme diately, and work on them was not de layed. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. Another steamer is to be launched from Hay & Wright's yard before the end of the month. It is being built for the Wil der Steamship Company and is to be known as the Kaiulani. She is 150 feet in length, 30 feet, in breadth of beam and 12 feet in depth of hold. She will run in the inter-Island trade. Still another vessel is to be turned out from the same yard this month. She is a 4-masted schooner, built for Martin Sanders & Co. She is 162.48 feet in length, 37.5 breadth of beam and 12y2 feet in depth of hold. She will be launched about the 23d inst. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11. A change in commanding officers will soon take place on the training-ship Adams, which is now stationed at Goat Island. Captain Book will be relieved to be superseded by Captain Goodwin. The Adams has orders to start on an other practice cruise with a crewT of young marines who have been getting their first instructions on the training ship Pensacola, now at Goat Island. The boys whom the Adams brought back from its last cruise are being distributed among the various vessels that compose the Pacific squadron, and take the places of time-expired men. There were several manifests filed at the Custom-house in San Francisco September 11, which represented addi tions to the cargo of the bark Amy Turner, which sailed for Hilo. The additional manifests include the fol lowing merchandise: 19,620 lbs rolled barley, 1,859 lbs beans, 14 pkgs ma chinery, 216 cs canned goods, 535 ctls oats, 21 mules, 43 ctls corn, 30 cs and 8 bbls salmon, 25 crts onions, 35 cs codfish, 28 pkgs hardware, 295 lbs dried fruit, 71 pkgs groceries and provisions, 5 sks potatoes, 1 cs dry goods, 20 horses, 5 rolls leather, 29 ctls wheat, 2,000 lbs soda, 900 lbs lard, 50 bbls lime, 21bxs raisins, 6C bales paper, SO kegs nails, 20 bales salt, 79 bxs fresh fruits. VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. tug Iroquois, Pond, Waimea, Au gust 15. Br. cr. Egeria, Smyth, cruise, Septem ber 17. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not Include coasters.) Br. bk. Antiope, Murray, Iquique, July 3. Am. bk. Annie Johnson, Nelson, San Francisco, September 17. Am. schr. Inca, Rasmussen, Tacoma, August 25. Am. bktn. Amelia, Wilier, Palaau, August 26. Haw, bk. Andrew Welch, Drew, San Francisco, August 28. Am. sh. Charmer, Davis, Nanaimo, Au gust 30. Am. schr. W. P. Witzemann, Buten shon, Port Townsend, August 31. Haw sh. Helen Brewer, Mahany, New York, September 1. Am. bk. Louisiana, Halcrow, New castle, September 1. A.m sch. Eric, Roos, Port Blakeley, September 2. Am. yacht Norna, Weaver, Yokohama, September 3. Am. bk. Obed Baxter, Sweeney, New York, September 7. Am. schr. C. S. Holmes, Johnson, Port Gamble, September 7. Ger. sp. Marie Hackfeld, Wuhrmann, Hamburg, September 10. Am. sh. Yosemite, Anderson, Newcas tle, September 12. Am. bk. Alden Besse, Potter, San Fran cisco, September 12. Am. bk. Martha Davis, McAlman, San Francisco, September 12. Haw. bk. Foohng Suey, Willett, New York, September 12. Am. bk. Coalinga, Evans, New York, September 13. Haw. bk. Diamond Head, Ward, San Francisco, September 13. Am. bkt. Uncle John, Henningsen, Eureka, September 13. Br. stmr. Victoria, Blakie, London, September 13. Am. bkt. S. G. Wilder, Jackson, San Francisco, September 14. Am. schr. Olga, Ipsen, Tacoma, Sep tember 18. T. K. K. Nippon Maru, Evans, San Francisco, September 18. New Bill at the Orpheum Tonight. CJtltzJ Pali. Par Val. Bid. Ask el Mercantile, C. Br-er i Co..... SUGAR. .? 1XW.000 10"'.. American Ap?e?8ahiet " " Paid upf Ewa Hdmou Maw. A a. o Hu'!i('o'ul A Jiug Co Hawaiian bu&r Co.... Honomu Houokai Htku Kuhuku Karualo iuir. Co :1 a ' pI.up.) Kihei Pia:. Co. li af ' ;-d. upj Kip'ihuln Knioa Kona Su?;r Co. A? I P1. np Maunalei S.Co.ng. i Pa;d ii ,) McUrjde riuir.co.ld a - " id.a f Oahu, assessable . ... I OabL, puitl uj ) OnotatA , Ookala 100 UK) ... . m. 1"0 310 10j 'JO 175." W -O,00i 50U.O' SUU,UUU :V).0J0 1,500.00.' i tT ooo S'A,LJ0 1S0.0KO 1,50,OIO 2 4 .0X.r- l.Ot.JU.001.', inu,'jj! 1 o 2.f 175 ion 10 10J 100 so 50 5 - t r.b "tj. 100 ... . 100 100 100 . 10U .... 10U 115 2U) 20 3 'JO VJ 110 11 1CW 100 J Jij yo 100 .0U l.'Jr! Olaa Sue. Co.Ld. am . pd. up f Olowala 15n,00 i: 150 ID lt5 30J Paaahaa Sag. Plan. Co ' PdCiJic 50,tXV: Paia 750.000 Pepeekeo 7-VMXV: Pioneer i 2,000,000 100 10 2siy HV, a.u 100 10t' l:2y 1W lo'j 1CX ' 10O.. ...J H i 10Ci ... ! 21 i0 115 i60 ttuialua Af:r. Co. ae?. 1,500,ODO ffi.000 700,000: 2"2,W0 125,000, Waianae WailuKu YVaimanalo Walmea 3t5 iiO 125 STEAMSHIP COS. ! Wilder S. S. Co ! 500,000 Inter Island S. S. Co.. . ! 50U.000 100 ...'lax MI8CK1XANKOU8. . Haw'n Elect. Co ! Hon. Kpd Trait. A L Co Mona-Kaa Tel A Tele-. g'h Co ltd 1 Mutual Telephone Co.. ! KakahaCof.Co. L. aeg. .. " Paidu;....i 225,U0; hj,000 15,000; 139,000 31,U00! 100 ! ioo ; 25. J 1"0 ...... 100 . no; i. . 100i 150; 2tO SO 27 O. K. A L. Co. . 2.i:ot.nio Peop.e'd Ice Jk Kef.CoJ BONDS. i Haw'n Gov't tt per ct..! Haw'n Govt 5 pr ct. . Haw'n G. Pott Savings' 44 per ct J O R. J& Li. Co 150, 00O 2J0 i 102 100, ! 95 3 17-20. Session Sales Morning Session One hundred and thirty Olaa, assess able, .30; 50 Olaa, paid up, $14; 10 O. R. & I.. Co., $1G0; 10 Waialua, assess able, $110; 7 Waialua, assessable, $111; IS Waialua, assessable, $112.50; 100 McBryde, $3.80; 15 Kihei, $5.37; 10 Honokaa, $32.50; 5 Hawaiian Sugar Co., $225. Afternoon Session One thousand one hundred and seventeen Olaa, as sessable, .30; 50 McBryde, assessable, $3.80; 3,000 O. It. & L,. Co., $106.50; 5 Hawaiian Sugar Co., $224. Outside Sales Reported Fifteen Oa- hu, $190; 100 Honokaa, $32.50; 50 Pio neer, $250; 45 Hawaiian Agricultural, $301.50. Quotation Changes Thirty-eight. Hawaiian tock Exchange. Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 18, 1899. Bid Honomu, $160; Honokaa, $32; Kihei, assessable, $5.40; Kihei, paid up, $39.50; Kona, $30; McBryde, $3.75; Oahu, paid up, $185; Olaa. assessable, 25; Olaa, paid up, $13; Pioneer Mill, $245; Waialua, assessable, $110; Wai alua, paid up, $145; Oahu R. & L. Co. bonds, $106. Asked American Sugar Co., assess able, $90; American Sugar Co., paid up, $140; Ewa, $27; Hawaiian Com mercial & Sugar Co.; $100; .Hawaiian Sugar Co., $225; Honokaa, $32.50; Ka huku, $175; Kamalo, $2; Kihei, paid up, $40; Kipahulu, $125; Koloa, $225; Kona, $40; Maunalei, $20; McBryde, assessable, $4; McBryde, paid up, $19. 50; Oahu, assessable, $140; Oahu, paid up, $200; Ookala, $22; Olaa, assessable, .35; Olaa, paid up, $15; Olowalu, $167. 50; Pacific, $305; Pioneer, $255; Waia lua, $116; Hawaiian Electric Co., $200; Hon. R. T. & L. Co., $30; Kona-Kau T. & T. Co., $32; Oahu, R. & L. Co., $160. Session Sales Fifty Kihei, $5.40. Outside Sales Reported Thirty Olaa, .30; 5 McBryde, $3.95; 25 Nahiku, .75; 50 Nahiku, .70; 310 Kona, $20; 12 Ho nomu, $165; 13 Oahu, $182.50; 50 Ki hei, $5.40. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. . From. Due in September. R. P. Rithet, Haw. bk S. F. Honoipu, Am. sch S. F. Kinfauns, Br. bk London Albany, Ger. bk Westport Chas. E. Moody, Am. ship ....Norfolk Louis, Am. sch Nitrate ports Omega, Am. bktn Nitrate Pts. McNear, Am. bk Laysan Isld City of Adelaide, Br. bk Newcastle King Arthur, Br. ship Newcastle Biairmore, Br. ship Newcastle Eclipse, Am. ship Newcastle Abby Palmer, Am. bk Newcastle Louisiana, Am. schr Newcastle H. D. Bendixon, Am. scfi. ..Pt Blakeley Due in October. Iolani, Haw. bk .....New York County Merioneth, Br. bk. ..Liverpool Due in November. Paul Isenberg, Ger. bk.Newcastle, Eng. Onaway, Am. bk New York Holy wood, Br. bk Antwerp Nuuanu, Haw. bk New York CHARTERED FOR ISLAND PORTS. Noveltj', Am. schr Newcastle Hawaiian Isles, Haw. ship. . .Newcastle Erral, Br. ship T. .. .Newcastle Lizzie Vance, Am. schr Newcastle Wm. Bowden, Am. schr. ...Newcastle Wm. Carson, Am. bktn Newcastle J. L. Stanford, Am. bktn. ...Newcastle Newsboy, Am. bktn Newcastle Seminole, Am. bk Newcastle Woolhahra, Br. bk Newcastle Mary Winkleman, Am. bk.. .Newcastle Dominion, Br. bk Newcastle Beechdale, Am. bk Nitrate ports St. Katherine, Am. bk. ...New York W. F. Babcock, Am. ship ..New York Conway Castle, Br. bk Liverpool Poseidon, Br. sh Liverpool J. B. Leeds, Am. schr. ..Gray's Harbor A. J. West, Am. schr. ..Gray's Harbor Colusa, Am. bk. Departure Bay H. C. Weight, Am. sch Taeoma Eureka, Am. bkt Tacoma Emma Claudina, Am. sch. ...Tacoma Winslow, Am. sch Tacoma Olga, Am. sch Tacoma Endeavor, Am. sch Port Ludlow Thos. S. Negus, Am. sch. ..San Diego MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Servlc dlrw messages and packages. Tel. 278. fAME OF STOCK. Because It's in Honolulu and Can Ho Investigated. Like all statements which have pre ceded this and like all which will fol low, the party interested is a citizen. In a city of about 25.000 people it is hard to hide the doings of your neigh bors. It is an easy matter to find the residence of Mr. Metcalf. The reader has not to sit down after he peruses this statement, which follows, and wonder as he would wonder were this case in San Francisco if the facts can be credited. He has not to ask "Are they genuine?" The man is here at home. Honolulu proof should con vince. Read this: Mr. F. Metcalf of this city gives us the following information: "I was af flicted with a painful feeling in my back for over five years. The various remedies resorted to did me no good, until, falling in with the advice of a friend (Mr. W. J. Maxwell) I procured at the Hollister Drug Co.'s some of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I had hardly finished taking them when the pain left me altogether, and I now feel that I have been completely cured of the terrible suffering I underwent for merly. By keeping a box of the pills in the house I am fortified against any possible return of my complaint at fu ture times. It seems almost miracu lous that the pains should have van ished so speedily. All sufferers from backache should get some of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills." Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are sold by all druggists at 50 cents a box, six boxes $2.50, or will be mailed on receipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., Honolulu, wholesale agents for the Hawaiian Islands. NOTICE TO SHIPMASTERS. U. S. Branch Hydrographic Office, San Francisco, Cal. By communicating with the Branch Hydrographic Office in San Francisco, captains of vessels who will co-operate with the Hydrographic Office by recording the meteorological observa tions suggested by the office, can have forwarded to them at any desired port, and free of expense, the monthly pilot charts of the North Pacific Ocean and the. latest information regarding the dangers to navigation in the waters which they frequent. Mariners are requested to report to the office dangers discovered, or any other information which can be uti lized for correcting charts or sailing directions, or in the publication of the pilot charts of the North Pacific. C. G. CALKINS, Lieut. Comdr., U.S.N., in Charge. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS IN ADMIRALTY. James W. Percival vs. The Schooner Norna and Nicholas Joseph Weav er, the Master and Owner. Action on Bottomry Bond. Stamps. The Republic of Hawaii to the Mar shal of the Hawaiian Islands or His Deputy, Greeting: Whereas it appears from the libel and complaint of James W. Percival against the schooner Norna and Nich olas Joseph Weaver, the owner and master thereof, now at the port of Ho nolulu, before the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, sitting in admiralty, that said libellant has an action on an Bot tomry Bond which said action is civ il and maritime and which said schoon er is now at Honolulu within the jur isdiction of this court, and whereas it appears from said libel and complaint that there is due upon said bond the sum of five hundred and fifty pounds sterling, or about twenty-five hundred dollars, which is now due and unpaid; and whereas the Hon. Antonio Perry, First Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit afoifcsaid, has authorized process of attachment to issue as prayed for in said libel and complaint of said James W. Percival. Now therefore you are commanded to attach the said schooner, her boats, sails, tackle, apparel, and furniture forthwith, and to detain the same into your custody until the further order of this court respecting the same as provided by law; and you are further ordered to monish and cite peremp torily and personally the said Nicholas Joseph 'Weaver, the owner and master of the said schooner Norna and all persons intervening or claiming any interest therein to be and appear be fore the Honorable Antonio Perry, First Judge of said Circuit Court of the First Circuit sitting in admiralty at his chambers in the Judiciary building, in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on the 2Sth day of September, A. D., 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said li bel should not be granted, and have you then and there this writ, with your doings thereon, and further it is or dered that notice by publication of these proceedings until the return day herein be given daily in some daily newspaper published in Honolulu cit ing all parties interested herein to appear and show cause why the pray er of the libel here should not be granted. Witness the Honorable An tonio Perry, First Judge of SEAL the First Judicial Circuit, Republic of Hawaii, this ISth day of September, A. D. 1S99. By the Court: P. DANSON KELLETT, JR., Clerk Circuit Court First Circuit. Let process issue in this form. A. PERRY, First Judge Circuit Court First Judi cial Circuit. September 18, 1S99. NOTICE. In pursuance of the above order, I have attached the schooner Norna, to gether with her boats, sails, tackle, apparel, and furniture, and all parties interested in the above proceedings are notified to be present at the time and place above stated to show cause why the prayer of the above-stated li bel should not be granted. CHAS. F. CHILLING WORTH, Deputy Marshal, Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, Oahu. Sept. 18, A. D. 1899. 5341 '' ' 4 i t a. - ,r . v. - '7't, : t; i -m mm mm mi GUARD AT ENTRANCE TO THE LYCEE. The spirit of militarism in France is accented at the Dreyfus trial. General of the army who are the prosecutors claim that the honor of the army is at stake, lb presence of soldiers in extraordinarily large numbers in ltennes, guarding the officials of the court martial and the plan of the trial, tends to intensify this phase of the it-ation. N THE Installment Plan At Wanklkn Opposite lakee Island. RPPLY T otiti Mclnerny Block. Hackf eld TTTTT m IdlMJ. Bet to announce the arrival of Iron Ship "KILMORT Fro in London Iron Ship "WEGA" From London Iron Bark "H. HACKFELD" With a large assortment of EUROPEAN GROCERIES, OILS AND PAINTS, CEMENT, FIREBRICKS, CORR. and PLAIN IRONl FENCE-WIRE, BUCKETS and TUBS, SAUCEPANS, TEAKETTLES, FILTERS, CROCKREY, DEMIJOHNS, ETC., ETC For Sale at Lowest Prices, H. Hackfeld m m (Ban-- rrrt o o o Savite 1 tl ,A.tS I Fort Street & Co From Liverpoo- & Co., Ltd Ltd.