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niK PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AOVEKTISEK: HONOLULU. OCTOBER 23. 1800.
9 1 C. A. Peterson WHARF AND WAVE. izer. ol pkgs paints and oil. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Drs. 50 cs champagne, 2u2 cs BROKER, Real Estate and Financial AGENT. Houses For Rent. Properties For Sale. Stocks and Bonds. Loans Negotiated, Honolulu, Ho 1. OFFICE: 16 K&AHU1IASU STREET. P. O. BOX 365. MRS. L. F. MYERS, DRESS MAKER X.ATE FROM CALIFORNIA, WILL, cut, fit and make all kinds of ladies' -costumes; will go out by the day. Ho nolulu Hotel, opposite the Queen. 5353 The wind-jammer Occidental is dis charging coal at Pacific Mail wharf. The Marie Hackfeld sailed with a sugar cargo for San Francisco yester day. The steamer James Makee arrived yesterday morning from Kapaa. report ing rough weather on the windward coast of Kauai. Word was brought by the America Marti that the China would not be j needed by the United States Govern-j ment as a transport. i There were 1S5 Chinese and 01 Jap anese passengers from this port in the steerage of the America Maru for Ori ental ports when she sailed yesterday morning. The cargo which was partly damaged by the fire in Yokohama is on J Pacific Mail wharf. The schooner O. M. Kellogg, from Tacoma, is at Pacific Mail wharf, Wai kiki end, with a lot of piles and wharf lumber for the United States Govern ment. As soon as discharged the re mainder of her cargo, destined for the Oahu Building Company, will be ta ken to the Railway wharf. The Russian steamship Dalny Vos tok anchored in the stream yesterday morning from Kobe with Japanese im migrants and coal. The Dalny Vostok is a large freighter and was formerly the Brindisi under the British flag. The Dalny Vostok goes to San Francis co from here, where she goes into the transport service to Manila. VICTORIA, Oct. 10. The barkentine Uncle John, bound from Honolulu to Puget Sound, went ashore on Sunday night on the west shore of Vancouver Island. She is a total loss. The Uncle John left Honolulu on September 18 and made a good passage toward Port Townsend, where she was to receive orders. She was driven ashore during the gale of Sunday night. The officers and men escaped by taking to the boats. i SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13. The Hawaiian ship Star of Russia is out twenty-one days from Port Gamble with a cargo of lumber for Algoa bay and the Hawaiian ship John Ena is out twenty-eight days from Port Blakeley with lumber for Delagoa bay. The American ship M. P. Grace arrived from Port Blakeley at Delagoa bay on the 5th, and the British, ship Ancaios sailed from here for Cape Town on August 20, with 63,100 centals of wheat, valued at $72,000. What fate remains in store for the two Hawaiian ships is problematical. It is possible that their cargoes may be seized. The ship George Curtis and S. C. Al len commenced discharging yesterday their big cargoes from San r rancisco. The George Curtis brought the follow ing: 200 bbls flour, 447 cs canned goods, 35 pkgs groceries and provisions, 240 lbs chocolate, 528 bxs soap, 119 cs hardware, 2,905 sks bran, 2,346 ctls bar ley, 120 bxs paste, 2S0 coils rope, 7,814 ft lumber, 7,820 lbs rolled barley, 35 bales dry goods, 3 coils leather, 26 kgs nails, 102,636 lbs beans, 203,000 bricks, 11,200 lbs coal, 663 lbs soda, 150 oars, 773 lbs cheese, 13a ctls corn, 125 pkgs millwork, 1,150 lbs dried fruits, 3,190 lbs codfish, 78 cs meal, 65 ctls wheat, 10 bbls plaster. 2.708 bales hay. 254 tons fertil 0 cs 'liquor turpentine, 277 pkgs machinery. 2C lbs . sugar, C9 ctls barley. 50 bbls lime. 41 sks middfings. 2.710 lbs lard. 1.4"j lbs spice, SO bales bags, 677 lbs nuts, 6S bbls clay, 1.974 pkgs railroad material' 50 cs bread. 1 cs drugs. 1mi tins match- , es, 1,312 posts. The bark i. C. Allen is discharging the following: .") bbls! flour, 190 kgs lead. P sks middling, i 2S0 sks bran, C9o.3v) lbs sugar. KYI bdls shinies, 2.60 lbs manufactured tobacco. "w cs coal oil. 145 cs canned goods, CO ctls corn, 4.67 cs and 25 bbls salmon. 66 ctls wheat. 125 lbs crack ed corn, 6S1 bales hay. 103.195 lb roi led barley, 1.000 bbls lime. .".') bricks, 30 pkgs machinery, 20.500 lbs bread, C17 ctls oats. 90 pkgs saddlery. 20 cs drugs. Honolulu. 11. I.. Oct. 2. I'.'?. NAME OF STOCK. Carnal Far; Pali. Val MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and for the next six days arc as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers From Due China Yokohama Oct. 21 Upolu Kohola Oct. 24 Australia S. F. Oct. 25 Miowera Sydney Oct. 25 Kinau Hilo Oct. 2S Kilauea Hou Kaunakal Oct. 2S Mokolii Kaunakakai Oct. 2S ' C Brer A o ; Axnrr.caa A-b , .... Kw& 1 Hao - v Htin"l A Co. II.U& MUtO.... HoLU3 .. ......... . Hir.k i lUlka K&bnki Km'.o o'. Co M il. ujm K!ihs!a Ko.o fr'J cj Mc Urc .a.ct.Ji i - " it!. op l.CC.j Ofthi. . .... t , Oibo. ptl u;....... S ... Onotnea .( Ookala Oia Jog Co.Ld. OlowatQ Oct. 28 Oct. 23 Oct. 20 Oct. 31 Oct. 31 Not. 8 . ...Nov. 3 Aorangl Victoria . W. G. Hall Kauai Claudine Kahului Gaelic S. F. . . . Doric Yokohama . Moan a S. F. . . . Hongkong Maru S. F. DEPART. Steamers for Sails America Maru Yokohama O...Oct. 21 Mauna Loa Kona Oct. 23 Kilauea Hou Molokai Oct. 23 Mokolii Kaunakakai Oct. 23 W. G. Hall Kauai Oct. 24 Kinau Hilo Oct. 24 Claudine Kahului China S. F. . . Miowera Victoria Upolu Kohala . . Aorangi Sydney Australia S. F. . Gaelic Yokohama Doric S. F. . Moana Sydney Oct. 24 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Oct: 2S Oct. 31 Oct. 31 Oct. 31 ...Nov. 8 17V. Nil it l. . .M vo.c ro.co IJntt 160 tit v.ue 1 : x- lev lO i . c I . Hv .... .... 1 V 1 C .... li" .... -x. I . - is. I1 , 13T.IM- lc!Sc NO.nr, iv. 7i.cm 1'rpctkro ?Mim rouvr WaUla Atr Co.f. Wiltoie SM.U WAiioka ' T"'.ai) Wimn)o ' r2. Hongkong Maru Yokohama .Nov. S LATEST AND CHAR- TKAHOHtr CO. J Wilder 8. a. Co ! lotrr Ul&cd 8. 8. Co... MISCKIXAD KOCV. . Htw'n Eu-cu Co Hod. Kpd Tr to. A L Cu Mooa-Kati Tl A Tel- g'b Co ltd MotuaJ Telephone Co.. KakbCof.Co. L. are. - iSU op.... O. K. A L. C BOt. Him'n (ioT'l pT Cl.. Ilm'o iovt ft t cl.. H pf ct O. K. Jt L. o 1S9J0IO Sl.'UJ ! IT , I , I 1 V 10i , Id Id lor I 'JO 100 l l'X) ICO l"0 ICO lrO lit - t it i ... t ir ro, .- .... i.'t In 20 ICM The United States of America. r By act of their Cor.crca authorirl Wot!4a CoIurnMaa Coss rr.!i!oa at tb International KihibSUon hrM la tr.t C::y of Chirac. txl r IlU&oln. in the yrar ISjZ. to !vrr a tar U f.r ;x ir.c n;ri!. mtlca U mI forth Wow orr th r.a.T. cf aa 1!v:a1 lZcr zcl'.zz ai aa rxatalarr upoa the nndir.c of a NvirJ of Ia:raa::.r.a! j-j !cr. to KihM 1!-h-c. Ja pan. Hjrosa; KxMV.t. Mir.rral Water: .m-ard fur alla'.lfc atrr. mr'.l carlo nated and rll .1. iVrmancni la ;-:a'.;:y. car and aarkllf-f. a ptl tble matr. (S!t:nedl A. If. imilNEMAN. In !Iv :al Jn l. JOHN r.OYI) THATCHER. Cha'.rmaa !:fu:ltr Ccai:iw 03 .mar4-. THE ABOVE AWARD TO "Hirano was the only nrizt eutvl ' any Mie Vorlr iiiiinlii.m KxjMitinn". Water" M.itirn Mineral Water at FOR SALE BY W. C. Peacock & Co.9 DJtdL SOLE ACEHTS. 4S Bottles. Price $30 per case- BY THE MARIE HACKFELD Wc Have ILTcivel a I:irve A-ortmont of Morton's and Crosse & Blackwcll's Session Sales Fiv hundred Ho- i nokaa. S.1l.r.O: 2 Kwa. J2T..": 2.. H-1 nnkaa. ?3I.J."; Z Oahu. ." Oaliu.j I1M. J Qtiotathm Changes Twenty-nine. MB FREIGHTS TERS. Amelia. Am. bkt.. 33S tons (at Blake ley) Lumber thence to Honolulu, by Renton, Holmes & Co. Fred. E. Sander, Am. schr.. 3S3 tons (now at Tacoma) Lumber tbenee to Kahului. by Chas. Nelson. Planter, Am. bkt.. 49$ tons Pass, and mdse.. San Francisco to Honolulu. in Hawaiian line, by Williams. Dimond 1 & Co. S. N. Castle. Am. bkt., 404 tons Pass, and mdse., San Francisco to Ho nolulu, in Sprcckels line, by J. I). Spreckels & Hros. Co. Geneva, Am. !&., 4"l tons (at Ta coma) Lumber thence to Kahului, by Chas. Nelson. Geo. C. Perkins. Am. bkt.. tons (at Gray's Harbor) Lumber thence to Hilo. by Chas. Nelson. limit CUKES HEALTHFUL FOOD NOT MADE BY THE TRUST. Mmg MODERATE lRIll.J-!4f- WOMAN'S EXCHANGE 112 HOTEL STREET. KAPA. CALA11ASHC3. I.K1S. TIVE HATS. HUL.V SKIRTS. NA- Nll- Eric. Am. schr.. 493 tons (now. at HAU MATS. FANS. SHELLS. 5EKDS. Illakely) Lumber thence to Honolulu. ; Etc.. HOMEMADE POI. Constantly on by Renton. Holmes & Co. ; Hand. Tf lephone 6W. Hardware, Filters, Crockery, Glasware, Iron Bedsteads, Carborlineum, Stockholm Tar, Demijohns, Etc., Etc., Etc. Alo, a new line of ClhiirDstinnisis (BcodDdls which will Iks on exhibition m:k 5 saDDn Potter (Q)miMiniy9 1 ' -7 U,WJO 312 FORT STREET. TELEPHONE 565. - m 1 1 1 um:i I hill U f Awnings! RIFLES, SHOT CONS, REVOLVERS AMMI-XITIOX. iirxnxr, WPS. COATS, 15KLTS an.l CAMK I5.r.S. 11 1HTXTKUS' srXDIMKS ami Hipplit i.f all kin1. AVo tarrv a tint liu f lii un an. I ritlos, inoltnlitiir tin :':; Savai:' ;til Hili ( inule htrlin. Ciuii5initli- anl K'jain r. DWKi.i.ixr.. ST01M-: aximhtici: AVX!X;S. l.AXAl ( I KTAIXS, IHT.. 17TC. i k-- ii tin' lata f ; -ri laia-y Awning S:njf in lla l.iti-t ;anl pn-llii-l Juts na. Afal .ati ni".-i4n im lat-. ira.ik'. li livT anl jut t awninN on -Ji..ri tiUrt: W pri'l tir--l n ! it5ir n !li-la. liiml!. uit iilUtig . I-aia.ai Curtain-. .Hmm . Or.iv t.t-r-. .ml .ill kilaI- I natav;a u-rk. BATH s porting Goods, OF AL1L1 KINDS. a 'A T - m $ is nv" 1 ' SUI rs o and Gentlemen's Bathing Suits, in the jj Q latest, up-to-date styles and patterns, in V1 kx I V V m 111 ya' LAKOK ASSOKTMKXT ()K Whitely Exercises 1 aV ' -T-f -1 -v- :r oc r l m " . I. in 10 4. 4- a i - 4- JUST UECKIVKO. iTj cotton, wool and alpaca V S 5