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OOMMKHUIAli AJJ V i3ij. v THE PACIFIC achr.. San Francisco. Cammfrcial Advertiser Morse Oyster Har- at the Poatofllce at Honolulu, Becvnd-crass Matter. Every Mornrng, Except Sunday, by the AWAX2AN GAZETTE COMPANY. Holt Block, Kins Street. A W. PEARSON, Huslhess Manager. TIME TABLE. X From art after Jan. 1. 1900. OUTWARD. Er.terprlse, Am August 26. !FGrt Goorffe. Am. rp. lr, September 2. j Fresno. Am. bk., Peterson, Newcastle, Oc- ( tober 10. lrrrgar.1. Am. bktn.. Sschmidt, San Fran- ; clsco, October 12. I.uson, Am. schr., Anderson. Gray's Har bor, Octohf r 3. Olympic, Am. bk., Gibbs, San Francisco, ' September 29. Rosamond, Am. schr.. Ward, Ban Fran- j clsco, October 3. Stjorn. Nor. bk., Ellefsen, Newcastle, j September 30. tabfotlan Bach. Br. b.. Nagasaki. Feb- ; niary 17. , . Skagit, Am. bk.. RoblnBon. Port Gamble, j September 27. Star of Russia, Am. sp.. Mortensen, New castle. October 2. W O. Irwin. Am. bg.. Gc-neraux. San Francisco. September 29. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, October 13, 1900. NAME OF STOCK. Capital Val Bid ed Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Bkatdsaa. x. ex. 8un. Sun. a-m. am. a.m. p.m. p.m. aasBaia.. 7 9:15 U I:1S 6:10 Wmm City M : 11:40 1:47 M Mill.. B Jl 10.08 12.H0 4:06 6:10 TnBaT in M 4:41 rWl 1 i i 11:66 6:443 glldBa 12:32 6:16 .... INWARD. Dally Dally Dally Dally Betfctta ex. ex. Sun. Sun. am. a.m. p.m. p.m. Kafcatn 5 35 .... 2:08 Wahi'A 6 10 .... 2:50 faia: 7:10 .... 3:56 we Mm 6 60 7:46 1:06 4:33 Mart City 6:16 8:03 1:30 4:62 MiMM 6:50 8:36 2:06 6:26 P. xBNISON. F. C. SMITH, Superintendent Q. P. & T. A. MXTBOROLOGICAL RECORD i vs J 'leaxapuxxT Bcktit, Sybit MonniY. Ptb-ishud : ; , , i : S. - s f ? II IS t V-1' I 4 1 m r !2M2. 70 76T Hi 70 jMLOt -JO 87 71 W JI H 71 , W i 76 81 .07 rt3 1 8.". O.OO m, 2-0 4 ;0.01 61 2-10 88 o M 3-8 87 0.00 72 7 86 0 00 8 4 N K 1 0 v - 1-1 B I1 0-2 NI 1-1 IM S.E.-N.K. r corrected to 32 F. and sea for standard rravlty of Lat. 46. U)n li .06 for Honolulu. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Krom Kilo and way ports, per stmr. Ki- nnu. Saturday. October 13. Wm. McKay,; Irwlng B. Schoen. A. G. Walsh and wife, M .-s Kliza Joseph, F. H. Grim wood, B. W. Hunter. B. F. Schoen, wife and child; C. Kinney, Kwont? Wo Kee, wife and six children; Mrs. I). Lewis, L. Awa, Miss Flortnce Hill. Miss l, 1'oiser, J. S. Bai ley J. Batchelor, Miss Fong Fin, W. Westerwelt, R. Sadler, Miss Amoy and chfid, K. Yonda, Dr. L. Katsunuma, Mrs. Kamuhaole, Mrs. Kamaka. W. H. Mixer, Mrs. J. Pearson and daughter, John W. Pearson, W. C'htya, H. Okamura. From Kilauea. per stmr. Noeau, Satur day, October i::. Mr. i )leby and 3 deck passengers. From Molokal. pi r stmr. I.ehua, Satur day, October 13. Mrs. Black, Georg Hub bell, Mrs. Ahu, I. McCorriston, George W. Stadler, H. J. White, Mrs. J. K. Ka Villlna IT RiTlrfmann and wifn. A. F. I ,11111191. I ttliU Wlir, I - .uaiiu.n unit kj ileik. From Maui ports, per stmr. Maui, Oc f her 14. Mrs. H. Renter, Mrs. K. Maka oiile. Mrs. J. O. Wilder, Miss N. Buzzm r, W. H. Hoogs, A. Hocking, Rev. K. M. 1 lamina. Horil, J. W. Hall, J. P. Cooke, wife, three children and two nurses: It. Filler. Mrs. W. J. Bell, Mrs. M. Jar- ltne. Mrs. Alfred Douse. Mrs. A. Douse 1 Tarry . arter, M. Jardine. Mr. J. T. Taylor and son, E. Kobayashi, Mrs. M . M. Graham, child and nurse, A. P. Holler, Miss M. Brown, Mrs. C. M. Ar nold, Miss A. P. Jones, J. T. McCrosson, Goo LtflL Enoch Johnson, Sam Parker, t Brother James, W. C. Achl, VL. J. Coel ho. O. A. Davie, C. K. Stillman, Thos. I Ml. R. C. A. Peterson, W. L. P. Kane alil, D. K. Kahaulelio, and 73 deck. Mkrcantili. 0. Brewer A Co 1,080,000 BtMAS. Kwa WOW Haw. Agricultural Col i'i Haw. Com. A Bug. Co., 2,fl2,50 Hawaiian 8ugar Co. i 2.?' Honomc 1 750.000 Honokaa 2,00000 ; Haiku 800,000 Kahuku...: 600.000 Kamalo8ug.Co.Lt.ai; 228,000 i Paid up j 250,000 H 1 Eona Buxar Co. ' 600,000 26 150 22 Maunalel 8. Co., Ase ! 6,000 " Paid i 100,000 ' McBryde 8. Co.Lt. A J i K.500 Paid up j 1,660,000 Nahiku Sugar Co. A j - Paid up "aii Oahu Sugar Co i 3,600,000 OnomeaT. ! 1.000,000 Ookala 600,000 Olaa 8ugar Co. LtAi I . 812,500 Paid up I : 200,000 Olowalu.... 160,000 PaauhauSug. Plan. Co 5,000,000 Pacific T I 110,000 Paia ; 750,000 Pepeekeo : 750,000 Pioneer I 2JJW.000 Waialua Agr. Co. As. i 2300,000 " Paid up 1,500,000 ATaianae .. 300,000 Wailuku 700,000 Waimanalo 252,000 Kaimea 125,000 Btxaicbhip Coe. Wilder 8. 8. Co 100 luter-Island 8. S. Co. . 500,000 100 MlDCXLLANXOCl Hawaiian Elect. ic en.! 250,000 10J . Haw. Electric Assess. 12,500 i 100 . Hou. Rp. Tt. A Ld. Co.i 250000 i 100 . Hon. Bteam Laundry, i 25,000 100 . Kona-Kau Telephone: Telegraph Co. Lt. 15,000 26 Mutual Telephone Co.: 139,000 10 Hakaba CofCo. Pdupi 40,000 : 100 O. K. k L. Co 2,000,000 100 , People's Ice fc Kef. Co. 150,000 100 100 20 100 I 100 , 100 . 100 100 , , 100 . 20 20 . 20 ,. 50 50 . 100 100 100 100 100 20 20 I , 20 20 j 100 141! mi, , 20 20 20 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 26,4 200 175 24 8 5f 5i 2; 12)5 12 We can sell you today at $6,000. easy terms, an on iinAQni) VtnaTiich.r. r BH fill! k BlB.BIBBl 61 C 81 BB SEIBBBB M Af ( TIME TABLE: 144 16 17 33 12 180 Acre - Residence Property Which you will not be able to buy eight months from now for $7,500. The modern 3-bedroom house, lanats and grounds command a magnificent MARINE VIEW. Abundant room on side street to build cottages. The fine Passenger Steamers of this line will arrive and leav uereuuueri a li. For San Francisco, From San Francisco. AUSTRALIA -. SIERRA AUSTRALIA SONOMA .. .. AUSTRALIA VENTURA ... AUSTRALIA SIERRA AUSTRALIA , SONOMA AUSTRALIA VENTURA .. AUSTRALIA SIERRA J75 200 . 152U f;l 10l ino 110 . 95 10 LIST OF LETTERS Bonos. Haw. Govt. 6 per cent. Haw. Govt. 6 per cent. Uhw. uovi. roqtai sa vings per cent.. . 1. HUo R. R. Co. 6perct.i. Eva Plantation 6 p-c. . Kahuku Plant. 6 d. c. . O. R. A L. Co I I 6, H 101 102 101 102 24 s. no. No sales reported. TIDES. BUN AND MOON. 1 a r 9 1 D 5f a-8 ia h, pro Ip.tn. a.m Bie ri 40! 1.6 11 11 6.8 2.08 6 5rt5 Mia. m. ' W W 1.4a m 1 6 18 8 4)6 561 3V 0 ti II 111 ITU n 18 d.i; 6.41 5 18 5 56 5 84 1.13 BB4B. ! 18 1 01 7 00 I '6WMBv I n m 1 84.. m 1 41 11 1.13 7 Ml tSf, 5 57 5. S3 2 58 4M. ' 0 13 1 I I 4 S.OO h 1,6 60 5 82 8.40 4M8.. ml1A 1 5 2 21 h m 9 JU 5 58 5 31 4.2 St 8 46 415 68 5 Jl 5 19 6 29 6 57 s 33 S.M M.4m 15 1 4msv !m t.n 1 6 1 SBOBa on the 23d at 2.7 a. m. from the United States Coaat and Survey tables: tides at Kahulul and HUo occur om hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours 30 BBBMBB a)owr than Oreenwich time, be at Uaat of the meridian of 157 degrees M loa. The lime whistle blows at 1:30 whh is the same as Greenwich, 0 t minutes. Sun and moon are for BMta for the whole groups SHIPPING INTELLIGENCL lIA5ONl I1KAD SIGNAL STATION. Orter H. 10 p. ra.-W.arh. r, . I.ar; wind, MtBt. N. 4 a IVRIYKO AT HONOLULU. Saturday, October 13. f.ehtia, l'..-nnett, from Molokal. Walaleale, Green, from Anahola, List of uncaHvd for letters u to Sep tember 14, ladles' window: Achaku, Mrs Hoy, Mrs Bartels, Miss Helen Baldwin, MIks Klsle J Cockett, Miss Liz- Ccnradt, Mrs Emily zle Davis, Mrs Maria I Kills, Mrs R I'razler, Mrs L I Haley, Mrs Fr. I Isaac, Mrs Rose Johnson, Mrs R S K atlng, Mrs Wm Lowe, Mrs T W Mcrehead, Mrs M Myres, Mrs Gus I'oulson, Mrs A Rowan, Mrs E Richmond, Miss Ma ria K Simon, Mrs Gus Thompport. Mrs Jno O (2) Ward. Mrs Wallace, Mr K Yrung. Miss r.-K.(;i:s. Stone, Mrs H E Ti.cker, Mrs A GENTLKMKN S LIST. Ai.deroqH K (2) Auld. L H Classified Advertisements. the 4 . -wuii ai MCLELLAN, Telephone Main 69. POND & CO., Judd Building. In connection with the sailing of the. above steamers. lull t-fj iu isoutr, lu. iijLcuuiug HppcjlB .. . uu(nm xmuugn I ICKetft hw road, from San Francisco, to all points in the United States, and f"1 York by any steamship line to all European ports. ' r The Overland Limited Three Trains Dally from San Francisco. Two Trains Dally from Portland via Diffusa ! WANTED. YOUNG man of steady habits, good ad dress, and some knowledge of book keeping. References. "G.," this of fice. 5676 BOY to learn jewelry business; must be with parents. Ad. P. O. Box 590. 5675 Jarkson, Mrs Toyo Ludlof. Mrs K Mutch, Nuua Maclntyre, Mrs Rice, Miss Mary Richardson, Miss S:ylor, Jennie Walker, Mrs W I Welch, Miss Flo A YOUNG lady, just from the Coast, desires position as stenographer and typewriter. Understands mimeograph work. Best references. Address "Y.," this office. 5675 A LADY desires position as nurse to children, or as housekeeper. Address "Nurse," this office. 5674 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. i! ht Days 10 Ghicoflo Oily Four Days to New York Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet Smoking and Library Cars with Barber Shops and Pleasant Read ing Rooms. Dining Cars, meals a la Carte. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers. AN EXPERIENCED young woman would like a position with a dress maker, to sew by the day. Address "M. S.," Advertiser office. 5669 am Klnau. Fr'man, from Hllo and ls, 1)30 p. m. Ka Mol. Hipa, from KI.-. 1. ; 8 a. m. ttol.J.n t'.:it. f'iililii, from Kauna 6 am. Noeau. Wvman, from Kilauea. r. James Make, Tullett, from itLED r I '.ONU HONOLULU. Saturday, October 13. Kalalanl, Mitchell, for Paauhau, and Hllo and way porta; 4 p. m. Wt. Ay PallBll, Vhlberg, for IsM Binn m ballast: at noon. Star. Ka Au Hou. Mosher, for tlm U aoA Wtlmea: 3 p. m. atmr. Iwalanl, (Ir.Rory, for Koloa Sino 'A alal' Hl-, Green, for Anahola. TO PAIL TODAY. unr. Nomu, Wyman, for Lahalna. llo rekaa aon Kukuihaele. Stmr. lhua. Bennett, for Molokal INrta; & p. m. Allison, Theo Andrew, T L B6MMV1 John r.aldwin, 11 J Hurrttt, Strom BBtk, Martin lioardman. w V I Hosh, John ' I In.nka fl N Hrysnt, Geo Rurnett, P J f'ook, Montaguo t'cplandt, Mr Donahue, Danl. l HauKlum, Ed F Hcpklns, Jim Lindsay, James Meyer, W C Moll. r, J A Muller, R Nelsop, A ifclner, J L PBCkar, Frank II Reeves, Guinn R Riekard, Harry Hmith, A Sokalski. l'loryan Toomi y, Alexander WtfMr, A II t, Dr H C Wlllgerodt, Mr Young, Haul Dl'K TOMOlUtoW. BV B. ptle. due from San Francisco. TO BAIL TOMORROW. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and Stmr way port, noun. Stmr. Mattiiu I .on. Slmerson, for Lahai a, Pabalau, tc.; 10 a. m. Stair. Maul, I'arkcr, for Iihalna and Maul ports: 6 p. m. Stmr. t'potti, for Honolpu and Kawal hae: M a. m. Stmr W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports; 6 r By Caa. tw-hr. Surprise, fur Kauai ports; 5 r . Srbr. Blanche nnd Ella, for Ilanalel and KaNMwai; 5 p. m. Schr ljady. for Koolau ports. Srhr. Wtlaltm, for Hunal. I and Kallhi 6JBBI S a. m. Bailey, Chas H Hurmore, B E , Harry, J Hergerleln, Otto Honham, Chaa i:iain, Geo Bryant, K J o Huchanon, J Craping, E N Holt, R W Hcrtenso, Markus Lukowlch, S Miller. J P (2) Mullen, Kdw F Miillin, Thomas Richards, JoscpOT Rcbinson, Ahuna Smith. V Townsend, Iavil Ward, J E White, Fred A YOUNG man with good references desires position in an office as assist ant bookkeeper or copyist. Address "S.," this office. 5666 FOR SALE. TWO HUNDRED and fifty boxes bee hives. Apply to "T. M.." room L Spreckels' block, upstairs. 5675 FOR RENT. A LARGE, well furnished front room, Campbell's Lane, first hous from Likelike street. Gentlemen preferred. Price, $2.50 per week. 5674 J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent, 135 Third Street, Portland, Oregon D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent, No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco OCT, NOV. NOV NOV DEC DEC .. ALAMEDA 24 AUSTRALIA 6 MARIPOSA . 17 AUSTRALIA 27 AUSTRALIA 8 SIERRA .18 ...DEC. 29 'AUSTRALIA 1901. I SONOMA .... ...JAN. 8 AUSTRALIA ...JAN. 19' VENTURA .. ...JAN. 29 j AUSTRALIA .. FEB. 9 SIERRA .... . . . FEB. 19 ; AUSTRALIA ..MAR. 2 SONOMA ... ..MAR. 12 1 AUSTRALIA : VENTURA . ..J ...J FOR FURTHER PARTI CULARS APPLY TO LIMITED - General Agents Oceanic S. S Co MO 8 Occidental & Oriental S.S. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolul uand leav m V. . .-. J4 Wl .1 J. For Japan and China. For San Francisco. COPTIC OCT. 17 AMERICA MARU OCT. 24 PEKING NOV. 2 GAELIC NOV. 10 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 20 CHINA ... NOV. 27 DORIC DEC. 5 NIPPON MARU DEC. 13 RIO DE JANEIRO DEC. 21 COPTIC , DEC. 29 AMERICA MARU JAN. 5 DORIC RIO DE JANEIRO PEKING GAELIC HONGKONG MARU CHINA DORIC NIPPON MARU RIO DE JANEIRO . . COPTIC AMERICA MARU ... PEKING GAELIC HONGKONG MARU CHINA FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO H HarlrfAM Z Pa It 11. UUVRIVIU V WwB LI Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. Omaha, Nebraska. & T. A., LARGE, airy suite of rooms, 400 Bere tanla street, near Fort. 5670 A FURNISHED cottage on Emma street. Apply at Hawaiian Sodi Works, above Vineyard street, 5673 UNDER new management; nicely fur nished rooms at 619 Hotel street. 5671 NEW two-story house at Pawaa, con taining nine rooms. Artesian water from well on premises, free. Rent reasonable. Apply to J. Lightfoot, room 4, Magoon building. S 6671 CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line Bark NUUANU will sail from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, on or about I'l' ;ie call for advertised letters. JUS. M. OAT, Fostrnasi' n . Due. ..Oct. 17 ..Oct. M ..Oct. M ..Oct. 17 ..Oct. n ..ot. 34 ..t t n BTOVEM ENT3 OF STEAMERS ARRIVE. Biaara From. BbbbM r" BMWllia Mini -S. F. . . rawia F -Victoria . . . ., DEPART W . letorta . . . HoaaBoa Maru 8. F. tm-a. T o.t. w 4 VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY 61 To Iroquois. Pond. Midway Isl mt, Auguat 6. MERCHANTMEN. mi la Hat does not tnclula coaatara.) r.en. Am. b.. Totter. San ! ran- mmrt. October IX 'Ammrh-r. nr. bk., Berqulst, Newcastle, Oetober A CBajBrr, Am. p.. Gould. New York, mi fur 1. rtaa Macpheraon. Br. sp.. Macdonald, Maweaatla. October 1. DaaUntoa, Br. bk.. Rodd, Newcastle, Oc tober t REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. October 12. No. 6273 Hopenl and wile (Kamaka) to Nahlku Sugar Co.; interest it Grant 3176, Nabiku, Koolau, Maui. Consideration $117.25. No. 6271 Kahue and wife to Naliiku Su Rar Co.; Interest In Gr. 262:, Nahiku, Ko olau, Maul. Consideration $35. No. rjTS Kaluahinenut to Nahiku Sugar Co.; Interest In Grant 3176, Naliiku, Koo lau, Maui. Consideration $56. No. 6276 Pahia and wife (Alapae) to Na hiku Sugar Co.; Interest In Orant 26lKJ, Na hlku, Koolau, Maul. Consideration . No. 6277 Iloopil and wife (Kahalekal) to Nahlku pugar Co.; interest in kul. S51XB, Ulatno, liana. Maul. Consideration, $400. No. 627-IJlla and husband fHoopal) to Nahlku Sugnr Co.; int.-rest In kul. 851SU. I'lnino. liana. Maul. Consideration $600. N'. 627. Puninant to Nahiku Sugar Co.; Ii.ierest In kul. 831&P,, I'laino, liana, Maul. Consideration $400. No. 6280 Kahauna. 1." to Nahiku Sugar Cc; Interest In kul. ST.18B. Ulaino, liana, Maid, Consideration $0. No. 62S1 K. Keul and wife to Nahiku Sugar Co.; Interest In kul BH8B, I'laino, riana, Maul. Consideration $320. Socond "Ben Hur" Fortune. General Wallace made an inde pendent fortune out f the novel nf BcB Hur." and it appears likely that he will acquire another by the stage Vf-rslon of his book. Klaw & Erlanger have just paid him $30,000 In royalties for the six months the piay has been running at the Broadway Theater, the gross receipts for that period being $450,000. General Wallace was not r -quired to write anything for his mon ey. All that he did for It was to sign a contract giving William Young per mission to dramatize it for the use of Klaw & Erlanger. It looks as if the play would last for several seasons, and it is possible that General Wallace will receive at least ten times $30,000 before "Ben Hur" is laid on the shelf. lioST. THURSDAY, between Wilder avenue and town, embroidered table center piece. Jleturn to Advertiser office and 5674 receive reward. December 10, 1900. For freight rates apply to CJAS. BREWER & CO 27 Kllby St., Boston, OR C BREWER & CO., LTD. Honolulu. THE MELROSE, King Street Board and rooms; all modern com forts; electric lights; mosquito proof; a quiet, refined home. King St. cars pass the door. Prices moderate. Tele phone $681-blue. FOR SAlE. To ARRIVE EX-HELEN BREWER, due In October: " LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT. AMERICAN FIRt BRICK. BARRELS OF FIRE CLAY CUMBERLAND COAL. A BPV Bl mw BB - ' Steamship Company. is. w., ana calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu, and Brisbane. Q , m TD-clo sit Kon.cl-a.l-o.. On or about the dates below stated, viz.: FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA B, 0 For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney: MIOWERA OCT. 27 AORANGI NOV. 24 WARRIMOO DEC. 22 FROM 8YDNET, BKI8EAKXIN, For Victoria and Vancouver, 3, AORANGI v rtivivimuw " XT TrlXT17T A D C. BREWER & CO., LTD. QUEEN STREET. MACHINERY FOR SALE. WANTED. THrRTY MEN HACKMEN for the Hawaiian Automobile Company. In telligent men of steady habits, with good references, only required. Knowl edge of streets a necessity. Young men preferable. Preliminary instruction in training school given while under sal ary; uniforms furnished at cost; good wages. Apply personally to Manager Hawaiian Adtomobile Company, at Rapid Transit Company's office, 411 Fort street, between 9 and 10:30, or by mail. Box 536. 5669 NOTICE. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER employed durlnj? the day in office, de sires to get evening work. Will under take the regular keeping of books or do any special work, such as opening, writing up. or balancing of books. Bept references can be furnish d. Address. ONE PORTABLE 30-H. P. Boiler and : Engine. New. ONE STATIONARY 15-H. P. Sllde- Valve Engine. ONE STATIONARY 25-H. P. Slide Valve Engine, In good repair. ALSO Five hundred tons stable manure, suitable for rloe gardens and lawns. Inquire of the HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD., Brewer Block, OR AT FACTORY, IWILEI. 5665 OHIA WOOD FOR SALEr a any qnantlty. Apply to W. a ACHI 4k CO., It West King Street Sal? M. IBM. If "BOOKKEEPER." ,r"a Advertiser Office. FOR SALL The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now runnttf BETWEEN VANCOUVER and MONTREAL. : v i m l ( i i r i ,1 in ii n iiiii n imi r- c , r, , . . ... .T-v. A ... n-ou hp u " ... " . . . LliailKC. A 1JI. lliii :i im"- the world. Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States!- rope. For Freight and' Passage and all general information, apply to nan u iinuinn xt i rv i t n i.rn ni FOR SALE. IN NUUANU VALLEY, NEAR AVENUE: Ten extra large and tine residence lots. If you will call at our office will inform you how to secure a pretty and enjoyable home of your own for LESS THAN A THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ALL. These lots are sold on easy terms. Apply to n A. MOROFF. Room 8, Magoon Block. 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 Beretania street car lines. Many valuable fruit trees in full bearing on the premises. For further Information apply to W. W. CHAMBERLAIN. 66T1 - Room 207, Judd Building. to i i lit Direct Service Between New York, Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands O. D. AMEjUILAIN Vv llli I ,H, A V H . rJ W: A V f 1 W la HI I W FA. TJ ! 4k C1A..-Jl - A- -r-r , . . . 1Ak ,.r ' Francisco about December 12th, at the Sound about December 21st S. S. "HAWAIIAN" TS FYPT.VTvn to T v a tv VTT.w YORK u' cemoer lutn ana wm perform the same vovaee as above, t Teifci- Company's Wharf, Forty-second Street, South Brooklyn, at all tin TENDERS WANTED. TENDERLS ARE WANTED FOR cutting 25.000 cords of wood at Awlnl. Hawaii. For further information call upon or address the undersigned at People's Express Company office, 215 Merchant street, between 9 and 10 a. m. 56"2 E. C. MOORE. For further particulars apply to Honolulu Agents. H HACKFRIJi A CCi.. LTD, ASK YOUR DEALER FOR m a -s I m a . r 1 n a, r