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:m!MKim l. AfiVKUTISKKr IU)N()l.n.r. OCTKKU 27. 110.
8 'i ; t f R. C. A. Peterson BROKER, Real Estate and Financial AGENT. Houses For Rent. Properties For Sale. Stocks and Bonds. Loans Negotiated. Honolulu, H. I. OFFICE: 15 KAABUMAKD STREET. P. O. BOX 365. MRS. L. F. MYERS, DRESS MAKER IATE 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 WHARF AND WAVE. Tho Canadian-Australian liner Ao rangi is due from Victoria tomorrow. A big fleet of transports from San Francisco for Manila w ill be in port on Sunday. The bark Ceylon sailed for Puget Sound yesterday. She will return with a cargo of coal. It is said that Captain Anderson of the Lucile will shortly take charge of another ship now in this port. The bark McNear is offpred for sale for $10,000 by Captain' Itrson. She is about twenty years old and was thoroughly overhauled seven years ago. The following vessels sail today: Steamer Niihau, Thompson, for Kleele and Makaweli, 4 p. m.: steamer Kilo hana, liruhn, for Lahaina and Kaana pali, 4 p. m.; United States transport Ohio, Boggs, for San Francisco, 5 p.m. The ship Antiope or the greater por tion of it has ben sold to Honolulu and San Francisco parties represented by Fred. Whitney of this city. Captain Murray, master of the vessel, still re tains a quarter interest. The Antiope will probably sail tomorrow with a Japanese crew, for Nanaimo. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 10. The British steamer Westminster. Captain Petrie, newly chartered by the Gov ernment, arrived from Newcastle, New South Wales, yesterday and anchored off Lombard-street wharf. She was thirty-one days on the passage and brought 1500 tons of coal. She will be placed on the Union Iron Works dry dock and refitted to carry horses to lu Philippines. Two big freight and passenger ships are being built at Newport News for the Pacific Mail Line by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Com pany. The length of each is .V fi; breadth, molded, G3 feet; depth, molded to upper deck, 40 feet; low draft, 27 feet; load displacement, 1S.00O tons. Each vessel will have a cargo capacity of 510,000 cubic feet ami bunker capa city of 210,000 cubic feet. Kadi will accommodate 112 first-class pasengers and 1,2)0 steerage passengers, and win also have accommodations for officers and crew of men. Tae vessels are to be first class in every respect and to have a speed of eighteen knots. They will be completed' in about fifteen months. The overdue ship Chas. IZ. Moody. 191 days from Norfolk, with coal for the United States navy, is anchored in Naval Row near the lighthouse, having arrived in trim condition by way of the Cape of Good Hope. After passing Cape St. Roque, on her way south. Cap tain Woodside found westerly winds and fair sailing by way of Cape Good Hope. On board is a crew of Japanese, which no doubt determined Captain Woodside to take tnis course. The car go is in first-class shape and the whole appearance of the Moody reflects credit on her master. The decks are clean and everyone on the waterfront is praising the conduct of Captain Wood side on his wise course. Re-insurance on the Moody went up 50 per cent last week in San Francisco. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. From. Due in October. H. C. Wright. Am. sch. (via Killii- noo s. F. Mauna Ala. Haw. bk S. F. J. D. Sprtrkel. Am. bg : s. F. Archer, Am. bkt S. F. Aloha, Am. sdir s. F. Kinfauns. Br. bk London Albany, Ger. bk We t port Iuis, Am. sch Nitrate porta City of Adelaide. Br. bk Newcastle King Arthur, Br. ship Newcastle Nokomis. Am. sch Vz, Gamble County Merioneth. Br. bk. ..Liverpool Mary Winkleman. Am. bk.. . Newcastle John A. Briggs, Am. sh. ...Xewcisil Due in November. Paul Isenberg. Ger. bk.Newcastle, Enc. Onaway, Am. bk New York Holywood, Br. bk ntwerp Nuuanu, Haw. bk New York Due In December. Henry B. Hyde, Am. 6h ivc. Conway Castle, Br. bk LlveriHl Poseidon, Br. sh Liverpool CHARTERED FOR ISLAND PORTS. Novelty, Am. schr. Newcastle Hawaiian Isles. Haw. ship. . .Newcastle j Lrrol. Br. ship Newcastle Lizzie Vance, Am. scbr Newcastle Wm. Bowden, Am. schr. ...NewcstU Wm. Carson, Am. bktn Newcastle J. L. Stanford, Am. bktn. ...Newcastle Newsboy, Am. bktn Newcastle Seminole, Am. bk. Newcastle Woolhahra. Br. bk Newcastle Dominion, Br. bk. Newcastle Great Admiral, Am. sh Newcastle Golden Shore. Am. sch. ..Newcastle Solveig, Nor. bk Newcastle Wm. Carson. Am. bkt. ... Newcastle Alex. McNeil, Am. bk Newcastle Star of France, Haw. sch. ..Newcastle Cardigan Newcastle Adderly, Br. bk Newcastle Inverness shire, Br. sh Newcastle Oceania Vance. Am. sc Newcastle Robt. Sudden. Am. bkt Newcastle Chehalis, Am. bkt Newcastle Sonoma, Am. bk Newcastle Gulf Stream. Br. bk Newcastle Becrhdale, Am. bk Nitrate port St. Katherine, Am. bk. ...New York W. F. Babcock, Am. ship ..New York H. C. Wright, Am. sch Tacoma Metha Nelson, Am. sch Tacoma Geo. C. Perkins, Am. bg Tacoma R. W. Bartlett, Am. sch. .. Grays Har. Columbia. Am. sch Gray Har. Thos. S. Negus, Am. sch. ..San DIepo HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu. II. I.. ):. :.. lv hME of bloc. iflSy ff; "euTJ . '.' . . :. . cv . t 1 : i . it , i. .: - l" .... 1 S I ..... 1 I l .... - j :i - i r. : i Orpheum opens Saturday night. During the winter of Mr. James Reed, one of the leading citizen! and merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W. Va.. struck his leg against a cake of ire in such a manner as to bruise it severe ly. It became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches He was treated by physicians, also used several kinds of liniments and two and a half gallons of whisky In bathing It, but nothing gave any relief until ho began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This brought almost a complete cure in a week's time and he believes that had he not used this remedy hi. leg would have had to be amputated. Pain I Balm is unequalcd for sprins, bruises i and rheumatism. For sale by all deal i ers. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents I for H. I. Jltur 4tur. C Bref . " 1. umi V4IU - r. : ,i F i i . IU- ." -':. -.; A : -i;r o ... Hot...... , II. ..... kuo K i 4 ! KiiO V ... . - ,0 uj K:; ih-j.a K- . , i. i .- gAf i .. a I I .. l .- oho. ; .... U.:,iidu;- t 7. ! Otjoo.. OotJ ! .. .. JU tJ,J OIoa:a IN i I'K'.ZC t I AJk frirkN :vin. c io !iotrr 2u. o I , W!De lo WllUWI r'.UO t'- MattaCA;o i-J.'' l- U' WAtt&r 1.3." V tJi .... WiMcr !. H. iro vt. o Ibtrr !-r4 H. Cv.. Vj,i ! l' . .. KtM-rtXAKoc. ll,cl..(i.C. ;?.- t tT:', Hoo. KM 1 rt. A L V' .".ic :.. kon-Ko T.I. I- tbiulM. ... 1V- 2?. .... Ma!ulli)rtt.Co.. lUP'i 1 1 MUihiUC L .. - - r. Jo,.... s:.r Tiv O. K. . I. f. . .... 2.f-.'t. . Ifr,V ;.t.. 1 l- . Hn tfi s' ti tT ivrt IU'U K'l-r ft .... ...... .... t. r--i tt. !ij'ci O L L t o A U 1 IIO Session Sale Morr.ltu SojIun -Oni' htindn d and fifty-eight Ol i-. IL'; V.-t OJ.i.i. $1.5; Z Wa'.alua. paid tip. $Ui; 1 Waialu.i. pild up. SllVri; M. Bryile. !!. Afternoon Session One t!ioti.ml Hawaiian Govt. w. Il".:: U 2;.:.; Walalua. p,id tip. 51 -Waialu.i. imld up. !- Watabu. asst-ss,ible. Ili3; in Haiku. I2T... Outside S.ilc Rirlrtl Six th-i-sand fiv hundred O. It. 1 C.. lind. (jiioi.itiiui Ch.mgo Th!rt- Uhl. The United States of America. By act rf tht !rCoj:Tr htc A'il !..r W.::4' C:uMaa C-sa-n.!ltn at the Ia:rmt:osal Kih'iii.ia ! :n t! C'.:r f fh;rac. uie ti fr:h lIoir otrr th rc c? an !n !i; Iz'c j ::r c a is ua'.tfT ua the f..-.!;r.c rf a tvr4 of tntrrsati r.: s c ? K:tl llrn-ra. J r m. Hyrra; Ethl. ;:. Mineral Watrr: A:4 T r a'Aatit.- a!r. cll ca.riw oatrvl 1 tir.l !i:vi. prrn.Sfs: In ;ja:;ira ar at.J ;ark:'.rc a ivkI tal-! a:rr. A. II. BRENF.MXN. !r.!2M :l Julre. JOHN BOYITHATiHi:R.C.MlrK;an i:v--ir C-z.T::ur on AartS. THE ABOVE AWARD TO "Hirano Water" w;us t lie nlv irii eMirr.l ly any !Ci!itii Minr.il W:ttr Wor!r iitiml.i.i:i lio-ition. FOR SALE BY W. C. Peacock & Co9 Ltd.. SOLE AGENTS. 18 Bottles. Price $3.50 rcr case BY THE MARIE HACKFELD We Ha vi IJiHviiNl a .-rtmiMit f Morton's and Crosse & Blackwcll's RIB Food Prf porod With "Calumet It Free from Rochllo 8oM. Alum, Urn and Ammonia 'Calu mi io tf Houwif Frind Baking ( WADE BY THE 1 V TRUST. J NONE SO GOOD. Hardware, Filters, Crockery, Glasware, Iron Bedsteads, Carborlineum, Stockholm Tar, Demijohns, Etc., Etc., Etc. I A No. a iirw lillf nf Clhiirflstinniais dls whirli will lc on cliilit:cin soott. Mo RackMd & o. LM. Sf . o. a o- . . J a .. o- . ... . .. . .... . .a m m m 4 m m -m i i m A i 1m J m m m i St m tlTtST Pear 312 FORT STREET. (S(0inniipsmiy9 TELEPHONE 565. 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I.rj:e line kc t ;4, ?i --4i sty: Teots 10 Rent m X 4 i J4 v .ii;.st i:i:ci:ivi:i. , X cotton, wool and alpaca 4 4 t 4(1 TTV'rt T-u-i V'i TT'i TT'i V 'i V'i T'i i i i N "t 4 4 4 4 4 W4 4 i Lr . ; .