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TIIK PACIFIC ,:oMMI:Ki:IAI. AIA'KIMISEK: HONOl.rLr. OCTOnKU 10. 190.
. C. A. Peterson BROKER, Real Estate and Financial AGENT. onses For Rent. Properties For Sale Stocks and Bonds. Loans Negotiated. Honolulu, H. I. OFFICE: 16 KAAHMA9U STREET. P. O- BOX 365. Each and Every School Teacher On returning to their fields of labor should' take with them a copy of OXC.A I?D OTHER Songs For Children. Words and music by Mary Dilling ham Frear.' For Sale at WW LIMITED. JUISRCHAT STREET. Peefc Frean & Co.'s Celebrat ed London Biscuits. DEUCIOUSLY APPETIZING BIS CUITS FOR DELICATE DIGESTIONS LEWIS & CO., Leading Grocers 111 FORT STREET. Telephone 240. : : : :P. Box 207. q IV. McCHESHEY & SOHO. Utb Grccen tzi Dealers In Letter tzi Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com pany, Honolulu, and Tannery- 4mt Lewers. P J. Lawny. C. M. Cooke LEivERS & con:tE. jeaportera and Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials. Office 414 Fort St. . . ezadSi mi Doiei dmb 60. - L1TMITED Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. OLX.ISTER & CO., - - - AGENTS. Only the highest grade of RED RUB MZEL to used in the Stamps made by Si HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 1 J so., WHARF AND WAVE. The Abbey Palmer is discharging coal at Sorenson's wharf. The California & Oriental Steamship Company's steamer Carlisle City is booked to leave Yokohama today for San Francisco via Honolulu and San Diego. -The United States army transport Ohio, from Manila for San Francisco with troops September 30, is going via Guam. This means she will probably call at Honolulu. YOKOHAMA, Sept. 25 Mr. Smith, chief officer of the America Maru, sus tained a nasty accident two days be fore the steamer reached Yokohama. A quantity of coal was stowed on deck, and Mr. Smith was on duty close to this spot when a sudden lurch of the vessel upset him, throwing him about twenty feet distance intp the iron sup ports at the side of the ship. He sus tained a terrible scratch on the leg, and there is reason to suspect some cerebral complications. He is being treated at the German Hospital. The Kobe Herald learns that the Nagasaki Marine Office will shortly in stitute a prosecution against Mr. Mey er, pilot of the. foundered Morgan City, in respect of an infringement of the pilot regulations. We also learn that a protest against permitting non-licensed pilots 'to take charge of a ship in the Inland Sea has been forwarded to the Osaka Marine Office by the sec retary of the Kobe Pilots Association, and it is reported that the Osaka Ma rine Office may take steps to prosecute Mr. Meyer as a non-licensed pilot. As a licensed pilot he would have , been summoned and examined before the office, but, not being licensed, he may simply be prosecuted as stated above. Two vessels cleared for the Islands from San Francisco September 30. The barkentine Irmgard was cleared for Honolulu on that day with 3,480 gals wine. 190 pkgs beer, 3, 180 ctls barley, 670 lbs tobacco, 16 pkgs dry goods, 55 cs boots and shoes, 13 pkgs machinery, 50 cs mineral water, 110 sks bran, 8 cs hats, etc., valued at $24,493. The Hawaiian bark Roderick Dhu was cleared for Hilo with 240 bbls flour, 2,040 gals wine, 365 tons fer tilizer, 7C0 lbs codfish. 50 cs 10 bbls and 10 half-bbls salmon, 600 lbs su gar, 485 lbs cheese, 11,200 lbs bread. 1,050 sks bran, 130 pkgs beer, 25 cs whisky, 300 cs coal oil, 238 cs canned goods, 2,594 ctls barley, 85 pkgs hard ware, 140 kegs lead, 60 cs boots and shoes, 1,375 lbs bread, 1,617 lbs hams and bacon, 2,100 lbs lard, 930 bis hay, 13 pkgs machinery, 2,793 steel rails, 1,000 kegs spikes, etc., valued at $S3, 308. VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. A. T. Tacoma, Dixon, San Fran cisco, September 29. U. S. tugboat Iroquois, Pond, cruise, October 4. . U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Pierce, San Fran cisco, October 7. U. S. A. T. Glenogle, Jones, San Fran cisco, October 9. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not Include coasters.) Br. bk. Antiope, Murray, Iquique, July 3. Haw. sh. Helen Brewer, Mahany, New York, September 1. Am. yaht Noma, Weaver, Yokohama, September 3. Ger. sp. Marie Hackfeld, Wuhrmann, Hamburg, September 10. Am. sh. Yosemite, Anderson, Newcas tle, September 12. Haw. bk. Foohng Suey, Willett, New York, September 12. Am. bk.. Coalinga, Evans, New York, September 13. . Am. bkt. S. G. Wilder, Jackson, San Francisco, September 14. Am. bk. Annie Johnson, Nelson, San Francisco, September 17. Am. schr. Winslow, Birkholm, Port Townsend, September 18 Am. bk. Abbey Palmer, Uhlberg, New castle, September 21. Am. schr. A. J. West, Ogilvie, Gray's Harbor, September 21. Haw. bk. R. P. Rithet, Bender, San Francisco, September 24. Haw bk. Iolani, McClure, New York, September 26. Am. schr. J. B. Leeds, Neilson, Aber deen, September 27. Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, San Francisco, September 27. Ger. sh. Theodor, Arfmann, , London, September 28. Am. schr. H. D. Fendixon, Olsen, Seat tle, September !I8. Am. bkt. Klikitat, Cutler, San Fran cisco, October 1. Am. bkt. Eureka, Sehou, Tacoma, Oc tober 3. Am. schr. Endfavor, McAllep, Port Townsend, October 3. Am schr. . Transit, Jorgenson, San Francisco, September 4. Am. schr. Honoipu, Olsen, Honoipu, October 7. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. From. Due in October. Roderick Dhu, Haw. bk S. F. Transit, Am. sch S. F. w. J. Irwin, Am. bg S. F. Mary E. Foster, Am. bk S. F. C D. Bryant. Am. bk S. F. Kinfauns, Br. bk. London Albany, Ger. bk Westport unas. id. Moody, Am. ship ....Norfolk L.OU1S, Am. sch Nitrate norts City of Adelaide, Br. bk Newcastle King Arthur, Br. ship .....Newcastle Allen A.. Am. sch Eureka Mary Dodge, Am. sch. . Eureka Nokomis. Am. sch Pr O County Merioneth, Br. bk. ..Liverpool aiary winKieman, Am. bk... Newcastle John A. Briggs, Am. sh. ...Newcastle Due in November. Paul Isenberg, Ger. bk.Newcastle, Eng. Onaway, Am. bk New York lioiywooa, Br. bk Antwrn Nuuanu, Haw. bk New York Due in December. Henry B. Hyde. Am. sh rw Conway Castle, Br. bk Liverpool Poseidon, Br. sh Liverpool Hives are a terrible torment to tne little folks, and to eome older ones. uoane's ointment nerer fails. TnRtnt relief and permanent cure. At anj cnemisi s. dm cents. GLENOGLE IS HERE With Part of Thirty-Sec ond Infantry. List of Officers on Board and Des cription of the Vessel Owned by the Northern Pacific. The United States army transport Glenosie is the latest arrival from San Francisco en route to Manila. She is coaling at Pacific Mall wharf, and will sail lor the Philippines as soon as that work Is completed. The Gleno gle has on board part of the Thirty second Infantry, and sailed from San Francisco October 1. bringing one day's later Coast mall. The Thirty second Infantry is under command of Colonel Louis A. Craig of the Sixth Regular Cavalry. During the war he was major and assistant adjutant gen eral of volunteers, and was on the staff of General J. H. Wilson at Porto Rico. He organized the Thirty-second at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, the men being from the States of the Middle West. About a third of them have seen serv ice before. The Glenogle has 730 men and 30 officers. She is in charge of Quartermaster Captain Johnson. The officers on board, besides the colonel, are: Captain and Adjutant George T. Summerlin, Captain and Quartermas ter Edwin J. Griffith. First Lieuten ant and Commissary George A. Dens more. Captains-John P. Grimstead. Granville Sevier, Amos W. Brandt, Frank M. Uumbold. Laurier Cravens and Jacob H. Culver; Lieutenants Charles C Smith, G. E. Goodrich. A. C. G. Williams-Foote. II. K. I-ovc. W. H. Clopton Jr., R. T. Crawford. II. E. Shark. W. S. Mapes, C. II. Wilson. James L. Long. G. H. Armltage, G. II. Caldwell, Charles R. W. Morrison. John M. Shook, adjutant; Dr. Enders. acting assistant surgeon. The Gleno gle is a British steamship' owned by the Northern Pacific Company. She was built In 18S2 in.Glasi;ov and was one of the Glen line, plying between London and China and Japan. Her gross tonnage is 3.750. her engine horse-power, 700. and her speed. 14 knots. This is her first visit to Ho nolulu. The officers in command are Captain R: D. Jones. First Officer J. Hutcheon. Second Officer John W. Wren; Third Officer H. Morse. Fourth Officer J. W. Finnis. Chief Engineer I). Auld, Dr. J. Nicholson. Purser Percy C. Marrington. Chief Steward C. Irv ing. ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. Possibilities of Beating Records This Year. In view of the voyage just completed by the new White Star Line steamship Oceanic the biggest in the merchant marine from Europe to America, and of the hopes which are cherished re garding her, it is of interest to quote some figures in regard to other fast vessels. By a very few very sanguine people, after a few trips, the Oceanic is expected to make nearly or quite 25 knots an hour. The Cunarder Lucania held the record for years. She has at tained an average speed for the whole transatlantic voyage of 22.01 knots, and for one whole day has averaged 23.33. The North German Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse has attained a speed of 22.29 knots for the whole voyage and 24.17 knots for a whole day. Her owners hope to see her do better than this, however. On this general subject J. R. Oldham says in the September 'Cassier's": "Although, roughly speaking, the power required to propel a steamer va ries with the cube of the speed, yet, before a third of the next century ex pires, another Increase of at least 50 per cent in ocean speed may safely be prophesied. How this is to be accom plished it would be too hazardous to attempt to surmise; but I may point out how I think it will not be done, and that is by carrying and handling 5.000 tons of bunker coal in a hull drawing nearly fifty feet of water. The model of the ocean mail steamer of the next century will probably be that of a very much enlarged 'destroyer m great breadth and length and small draught of water forward. "Lighter and stronger materials will compose the structure, which may be moved by multiple propellers, possibly working in a tunnel, so that a number of wheels could be worked by separate shafts, actuated by rotary motors, as the sizes of screw shafts and engines even now under construction are peril ously large; or the motive power may be produced by compressed air or gas. Then, the fprm of least resistance pro bably being discovered, the hull, broad and light in comparison with the aug mented dimensions, will rise on top of the waves rather than pass through them. The rolling and pitching may be more severe than at present, but with improved cabins and a shortened voyage, the difference may not be no ticed. The construction of a steamer of 65.000 tons will probably not trou ble the constructors of the future nearly as much as did the building of the Great Eastern those of the past. There will be infinitely less labor, both mental and physical, than was required for the construction of a greap ship In those days." ilDl OASES HEALTHFUL FC09 NOT DADE BY THE TRUST. EMif HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, II. I.. Oct. 9. JSSJ. ..-ttoc. ,;f!i!'iv?'.l'.'r Ml' A Tit. - - r . o...... .. u'.pf t A t.f l.ti,ii. K... I la I u . So ,' 2. j.. .?: 1 xn ..... M . . " .... .1 nCot.l A -u6 Cm Haw iu . v.... Hoii03lU ...... ........ 1 1 .... lf'Wt ... aniki 31 13 ft 1 7 ' y 1 1! (. i ro.oo Klbeil'Uu :. 14 - to s- KX I' Ii Jl ' 7" la? i.i n I I . i ii KipAinta ....... . ... IMJ.Ort) s-iCr Co. A i Manict Sn.'.Coaiv your M,IJ'djn.u.t 4 3 0bu,iwV.t.... , i oa&i.. jta ut. i z & o.otu i.v.r OokU .u ' Co.LU. i f jd. ij i S Olowala tV.CM-, 10 I'O . r ! ICi to 19 . KO . 0 . I (. I ! VX . LO ruabM 6oif . 113. Co Ptctsc som Vi4 slv Prpeekro Tm ... io so n its nuurtr VJO,'fA WaUio Acr Cu,4M. ru. oh W&Unc . . j iV&lraaaaJo ' ivj Wiimca UUO tlider 9. a. Co ; r i 8. 8. Co... Xto.oo IMttt i r.yt tlou. Kft Trat.. A LCt f g U CO ltd Maiual IMrit.i,b Co.. nj ..... 'Oi .... . K. A .. Co . 'I li " 1C2 I IVoj.V Icr A Kef.Cu ' IVW V (tov't vr ci..' t a U liOVt HI l. , H'n i. l..t Tiur Mf . K A , Session SalesMorning Scilon One htindretl and fifty Olaa. acsabl .SO; 105 Olaa. paid up. $IC; 10 O.ihu. paid up. $103; . Oahu. naUl up. VJ2.- 50; 1.1.1 Klhcl. $10; r.5) Mrllrydc. $1.75. Afternoon Session Ten Hawaiian Agricultural. $320; 50 Mcllrydo. $1.75; Hm) Klhd. $10; 325 Klhrl. $10.50; 25n Klhel. $10.50 S. 7; 20 Honokaa. $31.50. Outride Sals ItrportcilSlx Olaa. paid up. $16. Quotation Changes Twenty-jevon. Read the Daily Advertiser. COMMISSIONER'S SALK OI KIL ESTATE SITUATE IN HONOLU LU. ISI.AND OP OAHU. Pursuant to an order made by Hon. V. L. Stanley. Second Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Cir cuit, filed the 27th day of September, A. IX. 1899. tn a cause entitled Rose K. "A nali u. Hiram Anahu. William An- ahu. Rose Anahu and Maggie Anahu. by Rose K. Anahu. her guardian. against Mary Kamiki, Deborah Pahau. Alex. K. Pahau, Richard Mahl Pahau, Miriam Amalu and S. K. Kane, the un dersigned as cmmlssloncr duly ap pointed will cxpi : .;c for sale at public auction, subject to conflrmatioa by the Circuit Court, on SATURDAY. OCTO BER 14. 1S99. at 12 o'clock noon,. at the mauka entrance to the Judiciary build ing, all that piece or parcel of land sit uate on the mauka side of Printer's lane In the City of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, the same being more fully de scribed in a certain deed of partition made by and between Llcna and Mary K. Pauhau et nl.. recorded In the office of the Registrar of Conveyances In Li ber 75, page 315, and bounded as fol lows: Beginning at a point at the makal side of the lot known as Pacific Insti tute lot ICS feet from Punchbowl street and running 1. S. 72 45 V. true 115 5-10 feet along Godfrey Brown's lot; 2. S. 22 45' E. true 95 feet along lane: 3. N. C7 15 K. true 123 8-10 feet along portion assigned to Llena; 4. N. Z0 00 W. true 84 feet along the Institute lot to Initial point, con taining an area of 10.CCO square feet; being a portion of the land described In I- C. A. 20S C. Royal Patent 5C9S. Terms of sale are cash In I. S. gold deed at the expense of the purchaser. For further particulars apply to GEORGE LUCAS. 5351 Comml?s!oncr. MEETING NOTICES. REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET ing of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., will be held at the offices of the com piny on Queen street. In Honolulu, on Friday, October 13, at 10 a. m. (Signed) E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Dated. Honolulu. Oct, 4. 1S93. r - ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Onomc.i Sugar-Co. will bo held at the offices of C. Brew er & Co., Ltd., Queen street. In Hono lulu, "Wednesday, October IS. at 10 a.m. (Signed) E. F. BISHOP. Secretary. Dated. Honolulu. Oct. 4. 193. 535 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Hamoa Plantation Co. will be held at the offices of C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd.. Queen street, in Honolulu. Tuesday, October 21, at 11 a. m. (Signed) E. F. BISHOP. Secretary. Dated. Honolulu. Oct. 4. 1S99. 535 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Wallukti Sucar Co. will be held at the offices of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Monday, October 23. at 10 a. m. (Signed) E. F. BISHOP. Secretary. Dated. Honolulu. Oct. 4. 1S99. r ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Honomu Sugar Co. will be held at the offices of C. Brew er & Co., Ltd., Wednesday, October 25, at 10 a. m. (Signed) G. R. CARTER. Secretary. Dated. Honolulu. Oct. 4, 1S99. 535 .j THE HIGH-GLASS ). Men's furnUhlnc U an art that Vcrp iaolcg onmard mlth Majm. New thlnirs are dally coming to life. Competition fcdfs It aloet aod brisks ln:o Ixdng new tanty and new styl. In this limited f rurr me can tot describe In detail our l!n of fahloajb! nrck car, bnl lCc tn tajr that It !. the Cnct ever brought to this xnarkrt. The silks embrace all varieties pom1!)!. Irlce are rwsil.lf, and we know we can pleae you. We bare everything In tbe line of !-ni FumUb lnc tb best and the finet at popular rrice. Agents for DR. DEI MEL'S LINEN-MIH UNDERWEAIL Agents for THE KNOX HATS. THE N0S. 9 AND 1 1 HOTEL ST. CORa FORT AND HOTEL STS. TELEPHONES G7G AND 06. WITH Compl and expert we u that SURPASS anyrhere aii nnc? IKE ITS. ete Plant ru oui worK S cannot be p is too eld to lc s fore you throv your ASfy old books away. Hawaiian azette o. VON H .r ft.OCK. KiNcJ -IMeCr. THE STEARNS BICYCLES Arrived on the Auitralla. as advertised, and we bare tern so bus? tfUlax them fhat wo have not bad time to ad renins tbelr advent. Twenty ubsilt came and one-half are already sold. We bare, however. 1 Ssgrr CbtJ&les Gent's and 1 Lady's; also samples of each grade, from U urv More btl will arriro shortly. In tbe matter of equipment ibe Steams Is up to date la every way any tire, handlebar or saddle. YOU can be Cued as to frm&e, Tho Steam's Cushion Frame Wheel U tbe finest Improvement cf tbe year. It smoothes life's pathway to a perfect level that makes a rem er-Lorn ttreet eiual to a boulevard paved with sipbalt, and does not Interfere with pedal action. In that way It Is very much better than a sprint seat-post. We are still sellins THE M ANSON 3-CROWN BICVCLir and carry stock of that up-to-date wheel. Tbe MILWAUWEK PUNCTURE-rROOF TIRE Is f:iIeK ALL Tim TIME. There Is one tire only that It Klawe-proof, anyway; lf the XLPJP. Chains from I1.S0 each; New redals CttH. 11.09 per pair, and! any htod of Bicycle Repair at BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERV. "THE PIONEER REPAIR SHO - Small shop, -but there's lots In it." CALL AND SEC Carriage, Wagon mi ImcK REPAIRING. AND MANUFACTURING fiXT-FINE HORSESHOEING a frecia!t Agency of the Rubber Tire Wheel Co. Hawaiian Carriage M'f'g Co.f QUJEEN STItKET, NEAR FOHT. L E PMHAM, CONTRACTOR. . Office With the Pacific Hardware Co.,;ilono!du U. I. Estimates given and contracts tnaile for wells on nnv nf the Islands. SDX WEW PLANTS fffteSSS ffl! dnlller?. j)32 'ttnfciBiiRM Qtc."tte. Ces A . workmen, yy Telephone 398. P- O. Box 441. PAINTING. TRIMMING IM WELL