THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL All VEUTISKR: riONOLlU (H7TOI.KK II. lbW
lssa-d Every Mornin?,' Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY
Von Holt Rlock, King Street.
A. W. PEARSON,
LWflY 1 1
From and After Jan. 1, 1899.
SIATIOSS. Iiatly Daily
ihn tz&I-j cs. Hnn. Daily ex, bn.
G. ?. Dkkisos,
Cornell. E. Walton. I. C. Youns. M.
V. Doill, Miss O. Iavt-tiworth. Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Horn. G. W. W'-rner,
T. Pratt, .1. .1. Archpr. Mrs. Stewart, C.
H. Prefontaine. J. W. Montagu and
wife; Mrs. H. Macmillan. R. Petti grew.
M. J. Buckley. It. O. Iiyrne. It. J.
Huu-hins. W. Sparlen. Mrs. S. Cunning
ham. T. S. Kennedy, .1. Cunningham
and It. McKenzie.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Hong
kong MaiK, sailing Oct. 14. A. Ddlton
Harrison. L. Morle and wife, Charles
Lovejoy. Miss Kennan, Dr. A. Hartog
and three' European steerage.
From Yokohama, per stmr. Hong
kong Mam, Oct. For Honolulu
Japanese steerage, 446; Chinese steer
age, 1, For San Francisco from
Hongkong C. P. Plunkett, B. Rraham.
W. Liebes. From Shanghai A. M.
Hicks, Masters A. S. Tenney and J. I.
Tennev. From Kobe Miss M. Vinton.
PACIFIC LODGE. A. F. & A. M.
at Masonic T
No. S22 A. F. & A. M..
inple n S.md.ty aitr-
1".. at ::::; YIc
P. C. Smith,
Cien. Pass. & Tkt. Atrt.
Captain Richard Rush. U.S.N., re
tired, and family, who have been
spending the summer at Poland
Springs. Me., have gone to Catskill,
N. Y., for the autumn.
Lieutenant Commander Lucien
Young, U.S.N., captain of the port of
Havana, Cuba, arrived at New York
September 2S from Havana, en route
for Washington and for his home ,in
Lexington, Ky. Lieutenant Command-
purpose if attending the fu:r.il of
our late. brother. .John Phillips. M. I.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge. Lodge
Le Progres and all sojourning breth
ren are fraternally invited to attend.
Ry order of the IL W. M.
H. II. WILLIAMS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Waianae Company will be held at the
office of J. M. Dowsett on Monday. Oc
tober 10. at 11 a. m.
J. M. DOWSETT.
Oct. 13. 1V.1.
WAIALU& AGRICULTURAL CO. LTD
THE FIFTH ASSESSMENT OF !
per cent $HU) per share) on the as
sessable stock of the Waialua Agricul
tural Co.. Ltd.. is due and payable
September l.. 1M'.. at the olhYe of Cas
tle & Cooke, Ltd.: lo per eent ($10.00
3y Os Government Survey,
8 f; :.W V;29.9tv 701
0.0 : ;c
0.00 G V
Barometer corrected to 32 F. and
and after the 1st of February
tot standard gravity of Lat. 45. This
correction Is .06 for Honolulu.
TIDES. SUN AND MOON.
Veil, ill) 9aM
Aid. IU 11.11
0 03 3.3!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
THE .r.NDERSIC.NEI) MAUIEl
Ilruns, executrix of the will of John
Henry ISruns. late. of Honolulu, ile
ceased. admitted to pro!ati this day,
hereby gives notice to all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of said
John Henry Hruns. to present the
same to her at the office of W. O. Smith
Esq., Juild building. Honolulu, within
six months from the date of the pub
lication of this notice or they will be
Honolulu. Oct. 13. 1MW.
5.41) y 4
5.8 a. in
First quarter of the moon on the
Hth at 7:40 p. m.
Ik tides and moon phases are giv
a In Standard time. The time of
jran and. moca rising and setting being
,liTea . lor all ports in the group are in
&ocaJ time, to which the respective
The Standard time whistle sounds
art 13b. Om. 0s. (midnight), Greenwich
corrections to standard time applica
fcl to each different port should be
tlrue. which is lh. 30m. p. m. of Hawa
llaa Standard time.
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU.
Friday, October 13.
U. S. transport Zealandia. Dowdell,
)rom San Francisco Oct. 5, with troops
. U. S.. transport City of Para; Zeeder,
from San Francisco Oct. 5, with troops
for Manila. ' v
, Mr. stmr. Moana, Carey', from Auck
land, Oct. 2: Pass, and mdse. to Wm.
G. Irwin & Co.
Jap. stmr. Hongkong Mam, Filmer,
Trom Yokohama, Oct. 4: pass, and
mdse. to H. Hackfeld & Co.
Am. bk. Edward May, Hanson, 16
days from San Francisco: S00 tons
mdse., 332,000 feet lumber, to Alexan
der & Raid win.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, IS hrs. from
Stonokaa: 404 bags sugar to F. A.
Schaerer & Co., 85 bags coffee.
Stmr. Mokolii, Sachs, 8 hrs. from
XT. S. transport Valencia, Lane, from
TSan Francisco, with troops for Manila.
U. S. transport Sikh, from Portland,
Un troops for Manila.
rr Vfiint- i ciifferinf frnm trnnhle rf
the eyes, the effect of the climate of And BcCOniCS DillnqtJCnt ,On
"avana October 16, 1899.
The Inland Sea Inoshima is adjacent ROWFN
to another small island by name Ike- T Wai:ilua Auricultural (..:Ltd.
ainiiid, v iin. il atri fii in loot ita u iui-i -
.. ... ....I
get lor tne nagsnip 01 tne Asiatic
Scpuadron, when Captain Selfridge was
in command: A most unfortunate tar
get it proved, for it was a living one,
and the great gun practice of the Oma
ha proved most disastrous to the na
tives of the peaceful isle. The United
States Government, however, indemni
fied the families of the killed, and as
life among the Japanese is not highly
valued, it was not long cherished
against the peacefully Inclined warship
against that forgiving- nation. At
home, however, the consequences were
far reaching and not so easily forgot
Preparation? are being made to
raise two more of the sunken Spanish
gunboats lying at the bottom of Ma
nila Ray, says a letter from the Navy
Yard, Cavite. It is said that these two
particular gunboats were sunk, not by
shells from the American fleet, but by
opening the bilge cocks and portholes
by some of the crews, and that the
seeming delay in raising these two
small craft is due to the reluctance of
those in charge to allow the general
public to gain possession of these facts,
which tends to demonstrate in a degree
our reason for the lack of success of
the Spanish arms. These two gunboats
when raised will be overhauled, re
paired and then attached, as in the
case of the others, to one of the reg
ular men-of-war, from which the sup
plies will be drawn and officered.
The island of Ihoshima, on the In
land Sea of Japan, near which the
troopship Morgan City was wrecked
the first week in September, has by
reason of its name been wrongly lo
cated by many people familiar with
Yokohama and its environs. Some
thirty miles from Yokohama, off the
village of Kamakura, where the
bronze Ruddha is located, is a tiny
island called Inoshima,1 meaning the
iskind of caves. This is visited by all
globe trotters and tourists in Japan; it,
with the trip to Kamakura. where one
may sit on the thumb of the big
bronze Ruddha, being one of the
stereotyped pilgrimages. This island,
in the Ray of Yeddo, is not, however,
the one where the bones of the Morgan
City are bleaching, but it i son a good-
sized island of the same name in the
Inland Sea that the transport was
beached, and from which her people
sh H n fi iW
Oceanic Steamship Company!
IVrt r. H: :r. r:
;:. mill AtrUr a: Lr
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
ri'MOANW oc.t II
H Al SntALlA KT. 21
l NOV. 10
FR AfSTKALlA NOV. ' AI-AMIIDA NO. 10
nTftQTn I 151 111 alameda dec. ' ai stkalia Nov. n
WlUW U A a QjJLXL I AUSTRALIA DEC. 2 MAUIW5A IUC-
AI STUAUA !KC ti
Every Day in the Year
SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND
TO CHICAGO WITHOUT
In connection uith the tailicc of t abot itciaer. t AccaU
prepare! to Ujur. to Intead'.ni: tvaMra grn coroa tJintnJCh tlcXcU lr MT
railroad from San Francisco, to all point la the VdtM i?U!c. ac4 froa
New York by anr i:aniiIi!n line to a U Karoraa Van.
Vot furtfaf r p.u:icu:ar arpir to ti innmf UEU 2
Rrrrirr smoking and lirrary
CARS WITH lAUIinil SHOP
I'ROM SAN FRANCISCO
AND 00 DEN.
Tot farther pirtlcaUrt apply to
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS.
DINING CARS (A LA CARTE).
ONLY.3U DAYS TO CHICAGO."
Leaves S.ui FrancUco dally at C p. m.
Leaves Portland dally at S p. ru.
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
J. H. LOTHROP. General Ag'nt.
r.:v Tlilnl Mreet. Portland Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Ascnt.
No. 1 Monicomery St., San Francisco.
E. 1 LOMAX. ii. I. & T. A..
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental Oriental Steamship (Co.
Toy Kisen Kaishai
'II! AS. RRiiWr.ii
S:camcr of the above cotaraiilc U1 rail at Honolulu and Irate
port on or about the date btlow mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
ON AND AFTER MONDAY. OCTO
ber 10, Dr. Cooper will occupy his new
olTices on Alakea street, three dor8
abott the Masonic Temple. OtlU-e
hours S:no to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4 ami 7 to
8 p. m.: Sunday. S:o to 1 a. m.: Tel.
Rark Luzon will sail from New York
for Honolulu December 13, liX if suf
ficient Induccmcnta offer.
AMERICA MARU .
CITY OF PEKING
a .... i
FURNISHED ROOM. MOStJlMTO
proof, central location, no other room
ers, boardhm-house convenient. Ad
dress P. O. box
FURNISHED DOUBLE COTTAGE
TEN FURNISHED ROOMS INCLU-
din lanai and kitchen, two bath and
toilet rooms; electric lights; free wa
ter; larse grounds. Apply K.S0 Klnc
For frelsht apply to
CI IAS. BREWER & CO..
27 Kllby street. Roston.
or CHA. RREWER & CO.. LTD..
Will l af Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.
m., touching at Honoipu, Mahukona.
Knwnihnc and Kona ports, as follow:
Leave Honolulu. Arrive Honolul
NIPPON MARU ..
RIO DE JANEIRO
::::"."'..:::::::.: i :::::::
For general Information apply to
Oct. 17 Saturday
Nov. 7 Saturday Nov. 4
Nov. 17 Wednesday Nov. U
Nov. 2S Saturday ...Nov. 2Z
IS-!; CAHADIAH-AUSTRAUAK ROYAL
MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.
A LARGE HOUSE CENTRALLY
located, suitable for a boarding house
or small hotel, containing 14 rooms
and kitchen, 2 porcelain bathswith hot
and cold water laid, and 2 patent clos
ets; electric light throughout; newly
painted and papered. For further par
ticulars apply to
5325 GEAR. LANSING fc CO.
For freicht and passage apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES &.CQ., LTD
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. IL a, and Sydney. N.
S. W.. and calling at Victoria. IL C. Honolulu aud RrUbaae (Q.) are:
Read the Daily Advertiser.
A YOUNG LADY OF GOOD EDU
cation will take pupils for a select pri
mary school; terms reasonable. Ap
ply at cottage opposite Orpheum The
ater, Fort street, between 0 and 12
a. m. .1303
A HOUSE AND LOT ON QUEEN
street in the Kewalo district; house re
cently erected. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply to '
No. 310 Fort street.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE
passengers may book and secure tick
ets for passage by steamers of the In
ter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd..
at the main office of the company.
Quen street, up to one hour previous
to sailing tlmn of steamer, after
which hour, tickets will be sold at the
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO.. LTD.
N. E. GEDOE. Sec'y.
Honolulu. 11. L. Oct. 7. ISO?. ZZZS
On or about the ditea below dialed. Tlx
FROM VAC0UYt AD VICTOHA. b.C
VAC0UYt AD VICTOHA.
For fcrUUse (Q.) ael Sriee? :
AOILVNGI OCT. 2S
MIOWCRA NOV. 2Z
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
FlrO.m SYDNEY. etS&AC iQJ FOft VIC
tarta aai Vtacovrcr ( EX.):
MIOWEILV OCT. 3S
WARRIMOO NOV. 22
AO RANG I DEC 20
A FEW BUILDING SITES IN THE
most desirable part of Kalihl. Price
$300, on easy terms, or $473 cash. Ap
No. 310 Fort street.
'SAILED FROM HONOLULU.
Friday, October 13.
Stmr. Manna Loa. Simerson,' Kona
Stmr. Waialeale, Greene,
Br. stmr. Moana, Carey,
A 4-ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE,
kitchen and bath, on Emma street.
Apply this office. ,1303
THE RESIDENCE OF E. R. HEN
dry. on the corner of Klnau and Pen
sacola jt;eets. Apply on premises.
COTTAGE ON RORELLO LANE.
I'alama; near town: immediate ios
sesion given. Apply to
' No. -310 Fort street.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
-Mrs. J. A.
FOR A SHOTR PERIOD, UNFUR
nished residence on Judd street, for
merly occupied by Lorrin A. Thurston.
Apply to ATKINSON & JUDD.
,1359 Over Rishop & Co.'s Rank.
For , Lahaina, Kona and
.stmr. Mauna Loa, Oct. 13.-
Butterfield, H. P. Baldwin, Miss Hay
seldcn, J. Morse, Mrs. Kuhilani and
daughters. R. D. Lilliwan, T. J. Hig
ycins, Mrs. Nahaolelua, C. A. Graham,
Judge Stanley, Miss Hanniugan, Julian
Alonsarratt. Miss Scrimger, Mr. Pullar
and wife. Miss M. Rutterfleld, G. Hor
aerr T. II. MacDonald, Mr. Allen and
;vife, Miss Beard.
.IiVst San Francisco, per stmr. Moana,
OcL 13. Mrs. J. R. Castle, R. W. T.
:turvis wife and 2 children, Mrs. E. A.
Fowerr, I. N. Flerschner, wife, child
and maid, W. Mutch, Mrs. C. C. Mc
"Sall. and child, Mrs. Drake. W. F.
Drake, C. Hedemann, Mrs. Grau, Mrs.
lUowland. El Nino ?:ddie. C. W. Mar
fruer; E. W. Barnard and wife, IL S.
:3tadstreet, P. Schneider, IL W. Peck
and son, Miss A. Agnew, Mr. and Mrs.
7. Roger, Mrs. T. A. Servera and child.
ntrs. J. M. Lewis and child, I. M. Pax
rm, Mr. Larsan, Miss Weisel, Miss A.
Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Ganzel, Mrs.
:-T. Gauge, Fred. Mills and wife, T. L.
Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Davi-
tion, a. J!i. luemrura, .ur. 3iarion, i . TUB LEAHI DAIRY HAS FOR
Smith, Mrs. Schrowsky, R. Ford, G. sale a few thoroughbred Jersev bulls.
Sanderson and wife, L. AV. Toras, Mr. yearlings; pedigree guaranteed. Apply
Hsnref. Miss S. Custingliam, Mrs. Sev- to WALTER BLACKER.
urn, irs. ti. m. bmitn, Mrs. A. A. 5347
AT KAPAHULU. A .1-ROOMED
house, with .10x100 lot; also stable and
chicken house on premises. Inquire
or address J. K.. Advert isir of!lce..13.19
Applications for water privilege
from the Pahoa Water Works. Kalmu
kl Tract, will be received at the oSlce
of Gear, Lansing & Co.. Judd building.
Fort street, up to the 1st day of No
Water privileges will be irranted at
Government rate-, but .water mains
will not be laid from the Pahoa Wa
ter Works to connect with properties
adjoining the KalmukI Tract unless
sufficient application are received for
water privileges to Justify the laying
of said water mains.
GEAR. LANSING & CO..
Judd building. Fort street.
The magnificent cew lerrlce ltd "1 zsptrUl Limited- li sow running dxilj.
BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL
Making the run 100 hours without rhanc. The finnt Railway terries
Through tickets tued from Honda! to Canada. Unites! State axi
For Freight and Parage and all general Information.jirpl7.io
Ttieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. "
A NEW BICYCLE. WITH CHRIS-1
ty seat, aluminum dust-proof chain
guard, roller brake and good lantern
and parcels holder; hike has not been
run more than 10 or LI miles. Enquire
il V . Mm
ouue iiooron lirug jo. r33
THE FIRM OF A. E. MURPHY &
CO., retiring from the boot and bo
business, ask for an Immediate settle
ment of all outstanding accounts, pre
vious to their loins p'.Ared In the
hands of a collector.
This Is an authorized announcement.
IN THE LEMD222
Ex. Alden Besse
. . .
a large ajsoriincni oi
IZ. MURPHY & CO..
203 Hotel street.
CUSTOMERS TO CALL AT THE
Triangle Store, corner King and South
streets', where they can obtain a com
plete line of Groceries, Provisions, etc.
at lowest market prices. Telephone
9S. " 5339
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND WILL
Io duo and payable to the s:o-kho!.!r
CERTIFICATE NO. 107 MAUI TEL
ephone Co. stock In the name of C.
Ferguson, has been lost. Finder will
please return same to C. II. Dickey;
secretary Maui Telephone Co.. Pa la.
uaui. SCSI I of Wllder's Steanuhto Co.. Ltd.. on
Saturday, the SO tlx Inst. The storK
books are closed to transfers from thU
dare to October 2. 1
S. R. ROSE. Secretary.
Honolulu:. S"Pt. l.-
Road Carts, Spring
and Farm Wagons.
AfiD THE CLLEBRATED
LOST 03 STRAYED.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
the grounds, last nizht at
Siou h t rrler.
Tel. 211 Red.
about !:4.1. a small
weight about 4 pounds : answers to the
u.tiiiv ui ; is orown. ears
clipped, stub tall, and had eollar with
small bell attached. Return to Hawaii
an Hotel ornce and receivo rowrini
IN CONSEQUENCE OF REMOVAL
the Woman's Exchange will be closed
till further nolle. Future addrest.
corner Union and Hotel ftreets.
- MM. Kairiess cnJ Gsims Stlift
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
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