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THB PACIFIC COMMERCIAL APVM18M: HOOLUL1, OCTOBER 13, 1900.
16
THE PACIFIC
Commercial Advertiser
tared at the PostofBce at Honolulu,
H. T.. Second-class Matter.
Issued Brery Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY,
Vob Holt Block, KlrJfc Street.
A. W. PEARSON.
f Bualneaa Manager.
Oceanic Stea
RIAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. I HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
NAME Or STOCK.
M MO! H U
TIME TABLE.
From lift after Jan. I. 1900.
S'atlona. ex.
Honolulu.. 7:16
Purl City S:0t
Cwa Mill., s 33
Walanme
Walalua
Kabuku
Stations
OUTWARD.
Ually Dally Dally Dally Dally
ex.
Bun.
am.
U:06
1 1:4.1
13:00
October 10. No. 6251 J. 11. Schuaek and
wife to Jan. McCready; lot 8, block I, Ka
plolani Park, addition, Honolulu, uanu
c'onBideratiun S 1 K.
No. i,S W. K. Kiaher to W. M. Mlnton,
W. M. Campbell: portions lot 23 and L'4,
i'awaa trai i, Honolulu, oahu. Cons.uer
ation H,'-
No. 6267 Kaplolani Hat., Ltd., to K W.
and Geo. H. Holt: up. 4 of Grant Sci. Kn
!ihi, Honolulu, Oahu. Consideration
October il. No. 62608. W. M. Kawelo
to W. K. Castle, tr. ; R. P. 25T4, kul. R33,
Waikiki, Honolulu, (tahu. Consideration
$1.
No. 'SKI K-ahemakani to C. Kalcikau;
Dr. IttO, Kapouhiwu, Jvipahulu, Maui.
Consideration $1.
No. UJ& I'. Pearce to Poinawal; inter
est in piece land. Jail street, Hilo, Ha
waii. Consideration $1.
No. 62tSK J. K. Iosepa and wife to Kipa-
a i '.. r'rinti VIC ,! WK! and
p;W, Klpahulu. liana, Maul. Considera- h-on 8nKar -
tlon J.'.OUO.
Honolulu, October
Capital ValjBid
ABB
AS
i ed
mship Con
M SRCANT11X .
. Brewer A Co. .
i . - ; i
i
I Ewa .
i Hamoa '
i Haw. Agricultural Co1
' Haw. Com. V Sug. Co.
j Hawaiian Sugar Co.
i Honomr
Honokaa
! Haiku :
; Kabuku
KamaloSug. Oo.Lt.a ,
Paid up
Kihei Plan Co.Lt. a l
" Paid up
1,000,000 100
m.
9:16
9:
10:08
10 JO
U:&6
1223
p.m.
3:15
1:47
4:06
4:46
6:40
:U
p.m.
5:10
6:10
atakohu
Waialua
Walanaa
Cwa Mill . ...
Pearl City . ..
Honolulu
O P. DENISON,
Superintendent.
INWARD.
Dally Dally Dally Daily
x ex.
Sun. Sun.
am. am. p.m. p.m.
SJS .... 2:08
6:10 .... 2:60
7:10 .... 8:55
7:46 1:06 4 22
8:08 1:30 4:52
8:36 2:05 5:26
F. C. SMITH,
O. P. A T. A.
6:60
6:11
JO
List of deeds tiled for record October 12,
1n):
First Party. Second Party. Class.
K. Keul and wife Nahlku Sugar Co. D
Kahaunaele Nahtku Sugar Co
PuninanI Nahiku Sugar Co
Lilia and husband (Hoopal) Nahiku
Sugar Co
Hi pen I and Kamaka Nahiku Sugar
Co
Kahue and wif. Nahiku Sugar Co.
Kaluahinenul Nahiku Sugar Co. ..
I'ahia and Alapal Nahiku Sugar Co.
Hoopl! and Rahalckal Nahiku Su
gar Co
A. 8. Humphreys and wife L. K.
Henriquea D
L. M. Keawehaku G. Lonomaika
honua D
Kahehena end husband (Kalliahi)
F. W. Hartels D
Mrs. H. C. Ovendcn and husband
Mary C Lofuuist D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Maunalei 9. Co., Ass i
Paid if I
UcBryde 8. Co.Lt. A
" Paid up i
Nahiku Sugar Co. A j
" Paid up (
Oabu Sugar Co
Onomea
Ookala
Olaa Sugar Co. LtAs (
Paid up
Paia.
Pioneer
Waialua Agr. Co. As.
- Paid up j
A'aianae
Walluku
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
BUILDING APPLICATIONS
9
i
rJrJ
5 ' a 3
x
6 S
3
1
n
5 5 Pi
I P a a
3 " Z 9 rs
3 H 121 313 f
S ' - & 6- " ?
i ;- a
to f. p.m. p.m.ia.m. R n
S I 9 1 7 1.80 0 23 9 W 6 53 3 M I W
4 12 1 8 4 08 9M 10 4J 6 54 4 4l 6.47
I
10 4 6e 1 9 4 i 10 28 11.48 5 61 5 40 7 41
W 9 S5
SiXAMsHir Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co i
Inter-Island 8. 8. Co.
MlCXLLASXOC
Hawaiian Elect. ic uo.
Haw. Electric AsstbH.
Hon. Rp. Tr. A Ld. Co.
Hon. Hteatn 1 mindry
Kona-Kau Telepbone
& Telegraph Co. Lt.
Mutual Telephone Co.
6 i
1 H 6.36 il 41 i 085 565
U 1 31 1 7 7 50 a.ni
8 80 5 515 87 10 S 2
I 5 55 5 36 11 JJ
a !lj 8 4ti 1 9 28 0 flfl 4. 42
p. mam.
m. m 9.4 1.6 11.11. 5.851 2 085 665 86a.m.
Laat quarter of the moon on the 14th
at il 2i p. m.
1 :de from the United Statea Coast and
tJdette Survey table:
Tb tides at Kahului and Hllo occur
about one hour earlier than at Honolulu.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours SO
minutes slower than Greenwich time, be
ing that of the meridian of 157 degrees 30
mlautea The time whistle Mows at 120
a ao., which is the same as Greenwich, 0
eours mJnutee. Bun and moon are for
local time) for the whole group.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Makaba Co! Co. Pd np!
v. ft. a l.. i;o
People' Ice & Bel. Co.
Bonds.
Kahuku Plant. 6 p. c
O. R. L. Co .
DIAMOND HKAU SIGNAL STATION.
October 12. 10 p. m. Weather, ePar: wind.
llfM. N
October 1 Sam Kee, 2-story wood
dwelling and stores, corner Kukul and
Nuuanu streets, Kwa side; Ohta, 1-story
dwelling. Ewa side College street, Kk) fet
from Beekwith; N. J. Cabral, addition to
bond stand, Punchbowl, opposite HawaJi
i.n Nureerj'.
ucioner j-i-e uis, i-Mury wm.u Haw. Govt. 6 per rent,
ing, makai side Young, near Kaplolani. Haw. Govt. 5 per cent.
October 4 C. A. Peterson, addition, Kwa I Saw. Govt. Postal 8a
-'nv Kmma, 500 feet from Beretanla; Sam vings 4 per cent...
Hov. 1-story wood dwelling. Holt's lane, ! Jilo R. B. Co. 6 per ct.
Ewa side Fort, near School; P. J. Cross. J l":ni"(n " f
1-rtory dwelling and stores, Dowsett lane
and King street, ralama; P. J. Cross, 2
story lodging house, Dowsett lane and
King street, Palama.
October 4 Mrs. Kalkainahaole. 1-story
stcre, makal Bide Queen, next Japanese
store; Mrs. Kalkainahaole. 1-story tailor
! shope, makal side Queen street near Ka
1 waiahao graveyard.
October 6 C. K. Al, 1-story cook house,
makal side Vineyard, opposite Kauluwela
lore. Ewa of River street; C. K. Al, 2
story dwelling and stores, makal side
Ineyard, Ewa of River street; C. S. Rod
Kcrs, 2-story dwelling. Young street ex
tension, Pawaa, McCully tracL
October 8 Matsu Mie, 1-story wood and
canvas theater, mauka side of King, 300
ffet Ewa of Liliha.
October 9 Lee Chu. 2-Story wood dlrell
Ir.g. Ewa side of Keeaumoku street, 80
feet from Wilder avenue; Chlng Kin, 1
story wood kitchen, Waikiki side Fort,
at head of Kukul: Chlng Kul, Z-story
d welling and stores. Waikiki side of Fort,
head of Kukul.
: ,000,000 20 , 2tJ jf,A
175,000 100 i I
1,000,0(0 100 I J0
2,812,750 100 ....
2,000,000 100 ' loO 200
760,000 100 .. ! 17a
2,000,000 20 i
500,000 100 1 275
500,00i) 20 22 2
725,000 20 ..... ..
250,000 20 j . ....
1,050,000 50 ! 7', 9
1,500,000 ; 50 i .... 7
160.000 100
800,000 , 100 i
500,000 100 70
405,000 r 100
100,000 100
882,600 20 5 Si
1,650,000 20 i 12 12a
1 20 I I
! 20 i 1
8,600,000 100 1 140 145
1,000,000 20 ;
500,080 20 1 16 17
812,600 20 ftd 2',
2.500,000 20 12 12$,
150,000 100 I i ISO
5,000,000 . 60 ; i
500.000 100 j
750,000 100 I J 275
750,000 100 190
2,000,000 100 I !l52
2,100,000 ' 100 1001 101
1,500,000 100 1(9 HO
800,000 10U , i
700,000 : 100 I I 875
252,000 ' 100
125,000 100 100
600,000 1 100 U0
500,000 loo ;
i
260,000 ! :00 -107
12,500 100 i
250,000 100 9j
25,000 I 100
15,000 25 . '
139,000 10 10J,
40,000 100 !
2,000,000 100 165
150,000 100
99?' in
We can sell you
easy terras, an
today at $6,000, on
Acre
Residence
Property
Which you will not be able to buy eight
months from now for $7,500.
The modern 3-bedroom house, lanals
and grounds command a magnificent
MARINE VIEW.
Abundant room on side street to build
cottages.
MCLELLAN,
Telephone Main 69.
POND & CO.,
Judd Building.
The Overland
Limited
TIME TABLE:
The fine Passenger Steamers of this line will arriv
hereunder:
From San Francisco.
; an1 leave
For San Fra
irt .M f. U A
.OCT. 21 AUSTRALIA'
.NOV. 6 MARIPOSA
.NOV. 17 AUSTRAL1
.NOV. 27 , AUSTRALI
.DEC. 8 SIERRA
.dec. is;
AUSTRALIA
SIERRA
AUSTRALIA
SONOMA
AUSTRALIA
VENTURA
AUSTRALIA DEC. 29 AUSTRALI -
1901. j SONOMA
SIERRA JAN. 8 AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA JAN. 19 VENTURA
SONOMA JAN. 29 I AUSTRALI
AUSTRALIA FEB. 9 SIERRA .
VENTURA FEB. 19 AUSTRALI V
AUSTRALIA MAR. 2 SONOMA
SIERRA MAR. 12 AUSTRALIA
VENTURA
In connection with the sAilinc rf (h. n tn ..
--a - - - ' ' ii ers Thn .
pared to issue, to Intending passengers. Coupon Through Tick
road, from San Prancisco, to all points in the United
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
States
and :
FOR FURTHER PARTI CULARS APPLY
TO
fc8 99
I ioi
102
101
102
ARKIVKD AT HONOLULU.
Friday, October 12.
fitmr. Maur.a I-oa. Slmerson, from La
balna, Kona and way ports: 7:45 a. m.
Pk. Alden Ileus,-, potter, from San
Prancleco, at 7:30 a. m.
Itktn. Irmgard, Smith, from San Fran
r:aco, at 7 a. m.
O. 8. 8. Alameda. Yon Oterendorp. from
th Colonies, 2 p. m.
Htmr. K An llou, Mother, from EUel..
Stmr. Ilelene, Sa-hs. from Hawaii.
SAILKD FROM HONOHT.i;.
Friday. October 12.
8. 8. Alameda. Yon Oterendorp, for San
Franeisco. 8 p. m.
Stmr. Kalulanl. Mitchell, for Paauhau,
Ookala, Honomu and way ports, 4 p. m.
Session Sales Morning Session Eight
een Ewa, $26.50. Afternoon Session One
hundred and five Waialua, assessable,
$100.
Retween Boards Three thousand Ha
waiian Government sixes, $100.
Three Trains Daily from San Francisco.
Two Trains Daily from Portland via
HHIKII-.
DP - J
BORN.
Pauoa, October 11.
of C. W. Booth, a
BOOTH At Haiti.
1900, to the wife
daughter.
KARRATTI In this city, October 11,
1900, to the wife of George H. Karatti,
a son.
EVERY CHILD
IN EDINBORO.
LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO, 8:00 a.m.,
10:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
LEAVE PORTLAND, 9:15 a.m., 9:00
p.m.
Through without change.
omy lifse ns lo Moo
Only Four Days lo M York
Wm. G. IRWIN &f
LIMITED
General Agents Oceanic S S Co
Mi Mail steams
Occidental & Oriental SJ
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
on
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolul uand leavti
ji auuui ura uaica utiuw dko none a :
For Japan and China.
For San Francisct
KNOWS THE
Classified Advertisements.
WANTED.
HOT to Uarn Jewelry business; must bo
with parents. Ad. P. O. Box 590. 5675
AT ONf'E.
to W. H.
first-class
Tubbs. at
5675
painters. Apply
Boston building.
to tti
Pullman Palace Sleepers.
a I Buffet Smokinsr and Llhrarv C!ars.
with Barber Shops and Pleasant Read
ing Rooms. -
Dining Cars, meals a la Carte.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
And when
knows the
he is grown up, he also
St mr.
trnr.
. i
tt 1 K
Stmr.
3 p. SB.
I'UK TODAY.
Kln.iu, frost Hllo.
L'pol'i. from Ifonolpu.
tjfhua, from Molokal ports.
.4.
TO SAIL TODAY.
Ke Au Poti, Mosher, for Walmea,
m.
Inalanl, i;regr'. for Koloa. at
VK TOMORROW.
Ktmr. Maul. I'arker, from Maul ports".
Stmr. W. :. HaO, from Nawlllwill.
Stmr. Jaa. Makve, from Kapoa.
, PASSENGERS.
Arrived.
From Kona, Kau and Maul ports, pvr
stmr. Mauna l. i, . t.:r 1J fl. M. l.a
Ke. J. M. Downs, Mrs. W. P. Fennell. I
wr. J Holland, M. Kauhanc. Miss L. Ka
fna. Mlsa A. Keawe, Tom Bush, T. K.
R. Amalu. Mrs. Crowell, Sarah Mahina.
Mlna Kaonohl. Mr. Ako. Mrs. Frlcder
rg. J. K. Nahale, Jr.. W. J. Kane, F.
K. Thompson. J. W. Cathcart, Mr. Mal
teno. Mrs. Templeton. Mr. Jerry, Mrs.
Kinney Papo. Miss L. P. Napua. Miss
h Harrison. K. M. Rowkofsky, Bishop
Wdlla, P. Mcdlnnls, Mlsa Bortfeld, Mrs.
- Ilullie and 61 deck.
From San Ft inrlsco, per bktn. Irm
rard. Oetober 12. Mr. and Mrs. Coulsen
and two ehlHren. Mr. and Mrs. Btockwell,
Mrs. 8k' ,1. i and son. Mrs. Donning',
ir Kaeio and the Mastln brothers.
From Ban Francisco, per bk. Alden Bes
a. I'otter. rtober 12. H. H. Srhwegct,
Mrs fripp. Mlsa Mart Preston, Miss
l kaaasa Veeaw, Mrs. Ib-0kaw (wife of
rarlna tug captain) and three children.
PfWt the Colonies, per O. 8. 8. Alame-
: i. ioir - r ll'inohilu Mrs. Hat.
ktie WalLn . lr. Al-x. rrluir. r. J. J. I'nr.
ataiMt four steraKe. For San Fran-
rta.o Dr. i n.l Mr-. J. Mills. Mr. hti.1 Mr.
T. Peul. r. Mr. and Mrs. Branson Mr
nnrl atra. W II. Uottomley. Mr. nnd Mrs.
A H. Scott. Mr. and Mm. A. J. Knowles.
Mrt- Ueyn. U nnd maid. Mins F. Thro, k
mtrtaan. Mlsa J. I'epler. Miss E. Pepler.
Miaa M. Weppcner, Mlas Dulele Mann.
Miaa CrKrbett, Miaa Inman, Mhaj Curry,
V. Shvr.T ,r. a. W. Thompson, Mr.
SrWdit. I Krakine. A. Tindale. W. K.
llans.ll. F. Mann. Jr . F. T. V. Mann.
K. D. Hal".. Walt, r : ntley. J. Rpalek
bo.r. Mr. Dtatrieh. Mr. Smith, Mr. Iti"
let. O. Pepler
P parted.
For San 1 p r S 8. Alameda,
. r !.' F. Sharpe. Mr. lilngenam.
J H. Ma. Ijifferty and wife, Mrs. D. M.
Cnamb.rs. A. s. Collins. R. C. B-rkley.
H MDay and wife, Mrs. Henry
Holra. Mrs. S Turk. Mr. Mors.
riaushter, S. . Wilder, A. Ixxilsson. Mrs.
-i M UTtla. Jeorge MeLtod and
:r- ' tgar. Mrs. Douglas. Mr. H
II M Ia Rue. T. R. Lucas. Prof, hi
l.eV. Mr. and Mrs. P. Edwards.
llblbrecht and three children.
A XOUtf3 lady, just from the Coast,
deslrea position as stenographer and
typewriter. Understands mimeograph
work. Best references. Address "Y.,"
this office. 567.'
A YOUNG lady. Just from the Coast,
desires a position as stenographer and
typewriter. Understands mimeograph
work. Best references. Address "Y.,"
this offlc". 5675
A LADY desires position as nurse to
childrefi, or as housekeeper. Address
Nurse." this office. 5674
LY AN industrious young man of
twenty-two years, of good habits, a
position In a wholesale house as clerk.
'an give good references. Address
"M. S. T.," this office. 5672
AN EXPERIENCED young woman
would like a position with a dress
maker, to sew by the day. Address
M. S.," Advertiser office. 0669
A YOUNG man with good references
deBires position in an office as assist
ant bookkeeper or copyist. Address
"8.," this office. 5666
FOR SALES.
TWO HUNDRED and fifty boxes bee
hives. Apply to "T. M.," room 1.
Siuec kels block, upstuirs. 5675
FOR RENT.
A LARGE, well furnished front room,
Campbell's Lane, first house from
Llkelikc street. Gentlemen preferred.
Price. $2.50 p r week. 0674
Old Blend
Whisky
Of the WHITE HORSE CEULAR from
the original recipe of 1746. CHOICE,
MELLOW, and TEN YEARS IN
WOOD, this excellent product of Scotch
soil does not need further recommen
dation. ONE CASE of twelve bottles,
quarts.
Only $15.00
FOR SALE BY
HOFFSCHLAEGER COMPANY, Ltd
King and Bethel Streets, Honolulu.
LARGE, airy suite of rooms, 400 Bere
tanla street, near Fort. 5670
A FURNISHED cottage on Emma
str-Mt. Apply at Hawaiian Soda
Works, above Vineyard street. 0673
UNDER new management: nicely fur-ni.-h.
d norns at 619 Hotel street. 5671
NEW two-story house at Pawaa, con
taining nine rooffw. Artesian water
from well on premises, free. Rent
reasonable. Apply to J. Lightfoot.
room 4, Magoon building. 5671
Democratic Ticket!
CANDIDATES
COPTIC ,
AMERICA MARU ...
PEKING
GAELIC
HONGKONG MARU
CHINA
DORIC
NIPPON MARU
RIO DE JANEIRO .
COPTIC
..OCT. 17
..OCT. 24
..NOV. 2
. NOV. 10
..NOV. 20
..NOV.
..DEC.
..DEC.
..DEC
.DEC
AMERICA MARU JAN.
PEKING
GAELIC
HONGKONG MARU
CHINA
DORIC
NIPPON MARU
RIO DE JANEIRO . .
COPTIC
AMERICA MARU ...
PEKING
GAELIC
HONGKONG MARU
CHINA
DORIC
RIO DE JANEIRO ..
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third Street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. &
Omaha, Nebraska.
T. A..
OF THE
DEHOCRATIC PAR I Y
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
New York Line
Bark NUUANU will sail from NEW
YORK for HONOLULU, on or about
December 10, 1900.
For freight rates apply to
CtfAS. BREWER & CO
27 Kilby St, Boston,
OR
C BREWER & CO., LTD.
Honolulu.
FOR SALE.
To ARRIVE EX-HELEN BREWER,
due in October:
LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT
AMERICAN FIRE BRICK.
BARRELS OF FIRE CLAT.
CUMBERLAND COAL.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
H. ackfeld & Co., Li
Canadian-Australian Royal
Steamship Company.
Steamers of the above line, ru ining in connection with the CAN.
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C, and By
b. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q
X3-u.e sit IHIorLOluLlTj..
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
ID
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA B.C.
For Brisbane, Q and Sydney:
miowera 7.7 7.7 7.7.7 7. 76ct. 27
AORANGI NOV. 24
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
FROM 8YE1NKT, BRIifBAJHit
For Victoria and Vancouver,
AORANOT
WARRIMOO m
MIOWERA m
LOST.
THURSDAY, between Wild-r avenue
town, embroidered table lonti.r.
Return to Advertiser ,fTW on.i
5674
and
pi toe.
receive reward.
TRIBUNE bicycle, -9u model. No 48775
$10 reward will be paid for return of
ame to F. ('. Atherton, Bank of Ha
Ltd. 6673
NOTICE.
DELEGATES TO THE FIFTH DIS
TR I "T COMMITTEE OF THE RE
tVRUGXH I 'ARTY.
Owing to the resignation of L. J. Mc
Cab. it ""tlrn will bo held at Head
quarter n Monday, October 15th, al
7:30 p. m.. for the purpose of selecting
n. candidate for the House of Represen
tatives In his place.
GEORGE R. CARTER.
JET! Chairman District Committee.
NOTICE.
EXPERIENCED H OlUtEEPER
employed during the day in office, de
siren to get evenlnrr work. Will under
take the regular keeping at bocks or do
any special work, such as openinx.
a t i t inn up. ,.r balancing of books.
i ; i H res can be furnished.
Address.
I'.' K IKKEBFER."
5675 Advertiser Office.
THE MELROSE, Dig Street
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
(Unexpired Term. 50th Congeess )
D A V I D K A W A .N' A X AKO A.
(F ill Term, 57th Congress.)
DAVID KA WAN ANA KOA.
SJSN ATOHS:
Island of Oahu.
KON. D. P. R, ISENBERG JR..
L. JOHN T. HOLT JR.,
ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ.
HON. E. K. LILIKALANI.
HON. J. O. CARTER, .
F. J. TESTA. X
BEPH ESEN TAT IV L S.
Fourth District.
C- W. BOOTH,
MAJOR J. M. CAMARA.
S. WILLIAM SPENCER,
HON. E C. MAC F A R L A N K .
JOHN H. WISE
HON. JOHN E. BUSH.
Fifth District.
HON. SAMUEL M. DAMON,
h j. mossman.
hon. frank brown
Fran k harvey,
Hon. SAMUEL K. PUA
JESSE P. MAKAINAT
C BREWER & CO., LTD.
QUEEN STREET.
MACHINERY FOR SALE.
ONE PORTA RLE 3MI. P. Boiler and
Engine. New.
ONE STATIONARY 15-H. P. Slide
Valve Engine.
ONE STATIONARY 25-H. P. Slide
Valve Engine, in good repair.
ALSO
Five hundred tons stable manure,
suitable for rice gardens and lawns.
Inquire of the
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.,
Brewer Block,
OR AT FACTORY, IWILEI.
5665
OHIA WOOD fOR SALE.
lj any quantity. Apply to
W. C. ACHI CO.,
It West King Street
lady M. 1M4. M
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running
BETWEEN VANCOUVER and MONTREAL
Making the run In 100 hours without change. The finest railway t(TA
tne world.
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State audi
rope.
For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to
Theo, H. DaYies & Co , Ltd ., Geu'l a
Aiiili
Ml I
Direct Service Between New York,
Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE.
Board and rooms; all modern com
forts: electric lights; mosquito proof;
a quiet, refined home. Kins St. ears
pass the door. Price moderate. Tele
phone tail-blue.
IN
NUUANU VALLEY, NEAR
AVENUE:
Ten extra laipe and tine
lots. If you will call at our
inform y.iu how to secure a
enjoyable home of
THAN
! ALL. These lots
U mis. Apply to
residence,
ofllce will
pretty and
A VALUABLE PIECE OF PROPER
ty situated on the corner of Punahou
.and King streets, 100 x 208; good local
ity; near both the King and Beretanla
street car lines. Many valuable fruit
j trees in full bearing on the premises,
i For further information apply to
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN,
5671 Room 207. Judd Building.
TENDERS WANTED.
at
TBI
S. S. 'AMERICAN" WILL LEAVE NEW YORK FOR SAN FRAN
Portland and the Sound, en route to Honolulu on October luth. due
Francisco about December 12th, at the Sound about December 21et-
CelVe freight at Tarnma Qn.l Caftfllo fn H.m..l,.i ... Innrul :-,:-
. . . V 1A1L. , 1 m " . . . ,u.
vcuww lum sna wm perrorm tne same voyage as above, r reim
Company's Wharf, Forty-second Street, South Brooklyn, at all Hm
For further particulars apply to Honolulu Agents.
H H ACKFELD & CO., LTD.
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ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
ie nome or your own for LESS j TENDER! 9
7 . T ".""" ' culling Zo.tJOO ronl. cf n-nrl o A win I
' w vm. CAW .1. llll,
ARE WANTED FOR
are sold on
.-- iitt.wa.ll. i-or further InfrirmatUn all
upon or add rPRS t Via ll,il..rc!irn,vl r
A MOROFF. j People's Express Company" office, 215
.'-. . m Magoon011oeJMwr7?ant &'&kt
Axle Crease
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