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THK PACIFIC OPMMERniAT, -ADVEBTI8ER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 9, VM0.
. ' - 11 lemmen m sale. 0mms 'T-rn -b. lily rtrrui and rates, t aae&G&S W'KM'ThWShff'i Gent 1 ... if, t of livr f a nl 3H -j eaTTTmifl All ..a, 1 LMM i ' " k TW"K. fl - d I 'VI IS CI HI M I H I 1 ' - - - - fit i . 1:1 - ni 4-- I . Ul 1 - - III I Th frhoHni. .1 I III C III - ..wv.l.r llllic IU lilt- UTW HieUIIl- I III o "5l HI rs and others of tbe Oc-anlc Steam- M Company l sho-wr. by a new U - Z-J' . VI III --T HI in 11 3 orricis 2fp Ui'lU:!!. AIR COM .mtvLFP. STEAM TLOWr ' ..... - - rtfBJ "" wmTIItN'iToV HK31C DU '!i.MlS!T A TOTAL HGAr rt.IFlRNIA MULES. IN IT-ANO CEMENT. ra trail, y rot'KM and irnU-Tttf FLAT CARS, i-rOOT rO.VlC I-TON FLAT CAUA. t (if AGS. n IfOir FULLER. Co.. Brewer & LIMITED. Qu:en Street. ands 1 :or Sale. miffs Undigested Food 1 wntnM poison In a few hours and la responsible for constipation, indiges tion, dyspepsia, languor, nervousness -.1 uvrr ana kidney His. Where the I one or all of three ailments taken a once. It prevent as well as cures all stomach Ills, and 1 a specific for malaria, fever and iuii When NLK STAMP covers the neck of th Dottle. KM- h"3TETTERS TOVaCH sabstiu BITTERS jiimo rrairr thai- J to tW4 A U4. fomet 1 !f. WUcot's sreatli )n LOTS IN MANOA TAL- Moatsno's Trtft. .M ITSDRID LOTS IN KAir T. from o to IU UTl W KCKIO TRACT lilt a, I tuns it i S New Goods.... 1 And foods that are new a vry fn-Ht difference, cf course, but we hare both. tftaples that are necessary, schedule Jut recelvc-d. The new for the next few months. lie Sierra Is bookfd tn l..n-n sn rran.-Isoo.on the 21st f November, ar- ( nfvlntz In ttnnnli " Wll have steam mechanism. All the coram? to the last reports she had woodwork Is fire-proof, and the deck Is nt,i arrived at Kan Franclsoo.. b4nR on to be covered with linoleum, instead of her way around Cae Horn. In aUlUnkln&- 'lna boat ,s subdivided into probability she will be on time, how- about eighty compartments. When I ma U i n it nluinl rovnlntinnn PVer. Next of th nxr bnnla nn thelth. crinna 1 J v v . . . ..... uriciui n iiiuicttttra ii"t comes the Sonoma. She wl!l leave I horse-power of thirty knots. At least th. Coast on January 2. The Ventura!100 ton8 I1, coal, will be carried, and a -..! .. . - ... . J considerable radius of action is assur- ffUruarjr ij lor tnis port uj. The limit of cost for the destroyer from San Francisco. The Sierra, Yen-lis 1233.000, and no bonus is offered for tura and Sonoma all zo through tolexcsa development of speed. Australia I The armament of the Perry will con- imsi 01 iwo inree-inrn rapia-nre guns, . ... ur nri iu inps iue .nuiiiuin nvc six-pounder sruns. and two will Lake the place of the old Aus-jelghteen-inch forpedo tubes, tralla. The Alameda will then bel TRANSPORT MEADE placed on the San Francisco-Honolulu I SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 31. Head run 4.r awhile. Leaving San Francisco I w ,nds and a rough sea for the greater on Iiemh..r 2 n.i ?ft tha 7Miai, Pa" V.1 Ine voyage were reported by -v-.-. . tne otncerg 0r the United States Army w 111 sbim hI.. a. af & a a l. . .. iuii ..my 10 mis port, ana return 1 transport Aieaae, which reached por to the Cast. ast evening from Manila. Nagasaki On January 12. the Alameda, which n'J0r caU a? r,P I . . .. . . V. - 1 I llll . " ! ..w. u.. a uif i me v.ui.MiiirB. m an(1 occupying nineteen days on the take the Honolulu run. The Mariposa I voyage across, following the southern Is due today from the Colonies. When route. 1 niny-nine caoin passengers were Drougni Dy tne transnort. the she has completed her trip to the more prominent being Lieutenant Col uoast sne will De laid up for repairs onel W. F. Spurgin. who has been col and extensive alterations, then, while I lector .or customs at Manila for thr she is taking the Honolulu run. the I past yar or more, and Lieutenant Col- Alamida will have her turn, at belnglonel John L. Tlernon, who as chief of overhauled and Improved. I police of Manila, organized the native The 'following people are booked tol police force of 00 native Filipinos take passage to San Francisco on the! that city. Colonel Spurgin comes home Mariposa today: Mrs. Fowler. Missjiror a rest ana to recuperate hi3 health Neumann, Mrs. Taylor and child. F. J. His s.n, who had been on the fighting Turk and wife. O. C. Lewis and wife, line for several months, died at Ma XV. Lewis. Miss M. Fieckheumer. Mrs. nlla cf blood poisoning as the result of and the new that are deslrabl-. Money Is scarce, we know, but times are not hard we are br: deceiving ourselves. Count up your assets and learn how well off you are; nctlce how .much there Is tf spare. When the holidays and anni versaries come around you can not and will not overlook your friends, and that's why we are ever ready with well chos-n stocks of gooJ In our various lines, quality first we always harp on quality Is the chief consideration when purchasing goods; and so with fall pur chases, they are beyond question only the best that are made. A Wlchman box shall always be a guarantee of quality, provldln? the goods were purchased here.. You will be astonished at the difference from former prices, absolutely on a par with New York; and we want you to com pare and satisfy yourself as to the truth of this before making your purchases. Pond, James L. McLean, Iture irom tne i'hnipnlne capital, hun nreus or citizens, accompanied by the J. S. Kimball, Miss A. Kycroft, Mrs Htwley, Mrs. A. Ruder. J. H. Mak Ins. II. Schmidt. Mrs. A. A. Cun-rilngh.-im. C. Douglas, C A. Brunt", I. C. Pecker and wife, Mie3 Ma? farlane. P. M Mrs. (i. A. Rathboru and child. Dr. Prlu go r, S. II. Comstock, Dr. M. Gross man. J. Colley. D. J. McKay, Hy Hill. ( S. Shanklln. K. It. Swain. Miss Mc Fkyle. Dr. L. A. ISaner. Miss t Castle. A. Drl-r and wife, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Knaff. Mrs. Davles. A. F. fJunn and wife. John Cargill. XV. T. Cornwall and wife. A FIGHT ON THK FRONT. A fierce fight on the waterfront ex- Drivers We have now on display at our Depository'. the very latest designs in .... . . Racing Sulkies - 4h : Pleasure Carts fen L Carts Jj These Vehicles are direct from the manufacturer and f0i8ess all the latest improvements for speed and pleasure. Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co., LILVH DAY BLOCK. BERET ANIA STREET. a scratch, and the body of the young man was orougnt home on the Meads Colonel Tlernon, who as chief of police oerame prominent at Manila, was giv en a rousing farewell unon hi rfenar S finpino band, accompanyine him out to the Meade, lying at anchor in the harbor. The remains of eighteen deceased soldiers who died in the Philippine were brought back by the Meadf be sides forty-nine discharged soldier, nine dishonorably discharged soldiers. twenty-two disabled soldiers, five in sane soldiers, and 254 sick soldiers in the ship's hospital. Eight of the sick men died at sea. The sick and disabled cited considerable Interest for a few moments yeMerday morning. It took w, be taken to the general hospita, at place ut the transport Port Stephens tn iesldlo today. The Meade wai wharf; Officer Merins and a Chinese released from quarantine after about irom me iranspori were me contest- iwo h..iir' rlMtontinn o. v- ....r. c..v in llie ptnam off Folsom street wharf seriously until others Interfered and only two or three caMn pa emDarx about 10:30 this morning. U' Vin . ! 1 . . " "" imuocean tni Aipari ran into Verv bad weather Iho .o,- .1.. en specially assigned to inx mountain high and greatly Imped irticular wharf for the ln(f her proKress. Qne particularly hSi. venting Chinese from wave 8Wept the u d k nl" Etc., Etc. N Mrtievlart apply U ' Vi Acta I 'nnpany el Estate 'rokers LST KING Si 'YA & CO FOP.T FTREET. ping whole ( hunks off the fearless offl cer with a large chisel with which h fought. Merins had Dven spatially assigned luty on thU pa i" t . v .....1.-,: wave swenr tne iiniur lo-.b- v. - landing fr. in the I'ort Stephens. T0113 transnort. atnvino- n 11 lifeboats, but doine no other dam-icro See Chonir attemtded to come ashore nnd the officer immediately grabbed him nnd reminded the plg-talled coolie that he had no right n set foot on the wharf. The Oriental had a chisel in his hand and made a thrust at the officer with It. making a nasty gash in his cheek. Merlns quickly drew his club end gave the almond-eyed Celes tlal a tan cn the head which would have brought tears to the eyes of any one less ferocious. The Chink, as the Chinese are called aboard the trans port, went for the officer again, how ever, and administered a stab In the side and another In the hip. Merlns' club had not been Idle by VESSELS IN PORT ARMY AND NAVY. CT. U. Tug Iroquois. Ponfl. Uldva and. August . . A. I. i'ort Stenhens. r.rav Son Francisco, November 4, horses for Ma nna. MERCHANTMEN. (This Ust does not fnciu Albert, Am. bk., Griffiths, San Francisco. iovemoer s. uertie Minor, Am. schr.. Ravese. Eureka. Is'a" refreshing and strengthening familyjonic that purifies and Ma esthe system "strong --s It hasthe unanimoas endorsement OfJeldicdpn'otessiCM For Sale by All Dealers November fi nny means, and the head of the Roxer Chas. E. Moody, Hansen, Tacoma. Octo-' natiy. jum atout tma timof tne serona Ceylon. Am. bk., Weller. Laysan Island. mate or Mernens ana apiain uciooer 25. Bamboo I Flint showed up. the fight was stopped and the Chinese taken to the police station. FIRE STILL RAGES. The fire I41 the Government coal pile on th' corner of Alakea and Allen streets, which was discovered on elec tion day. Is still raging, and It will probably be a few days yet before It 8P., C. F. Sargent. Am, ma, October 27. C D. Bryant. Am. bk.. Cisco. November 5. Enterprise. Am. sehs Aaa-nst 29. Emily F. Whitney, Am. sp. San t ranclsco, October 23. Eureka, Am. schr., Schon, Eureka, vember 5. Gammons, Taco- Colly, San Fran- San Frmneteeo. Biigman. No- is nnauy masiereu. ine co.11 is ueni Qolden flhora. Am. schr., Rumumen, movj.(i an rtipiuijr a irmuic anu me. jsiewcaatl, October Zi. nre aepartment is suir at worn. v.m iQardlner City. Am. bktn.. Walton. San liuni says mat ne win stay oy tne nrei Francisco, October . until ll is exunguisnea. noi unti tne George Curtis, Am. so.. Calhoun. San fire Is definitely locatea win tne nre-1 Francisco. October 30. men be able to do efficient work, now-1 Helen Brewer. Am. so.. HUSTACE & CO -DttAXXIt IN Wood and Coal -AL0 WHITE AND BUCK SINO WHIek w ,wttl NU at thm loweet aaaxkef rata. ever. OF INTEREST TO PACIFIC COAST. WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. Naval Con structor F. H. Zahm has been ordered to the Mare Island navy yard to take rhani of construction work. Zahm McKay. New Tork. October TL Helene. . Am. schr., Christiansen, San Francisco, October 22. H D. Bendlxen, Am. schr., Olsen. Port Blakeley. October 23. Kllkltat. Am. bk.. Cutler, Port Ludlow, October 24. has been on duty In Washington for K.nnebec. Am. sp., W. F. Lewis, Newcas- the past rew years as principal bssisim tJe October 3L ant to Chief Constructor Admiral u0hlcan. Am. bk.. Kelly. San Francisco. ... . . . 9 -.1 - - tlicnnorn. ins iransitr 10 iiare isianu October 72. In'all Sizes For Sale at ro ALL " ' .D8 or 'woiderv on LlNr.N. '.vUU,"n the, rera Send - ""i onable t GOODS Tel.. 938 Honolulu Iron Works Co HTF.AM UKSIMES. woUJERA. 0UOAJI MILLS. COOLS BRAM AND LXAD CASTING and MhlntrT r? ertJ'Wea mad te ord Particular aaid In M s WMlimlttttl orft ervate4 em th saocta Is In the nature of a promotion In view of the Important work thereby devolv ing unon him The Secretary of the Treasury Issued an order today for the placing of three light beacons In Sulsun Ray, Cal., one each at Point Edith. Middle Point and Stake Point. Proposals for the work will be Invited by circulars. amount estimated as necessary complete the work Is $15,000. THE PERRY LAUNCHED. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28. At pre clsely 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon the new torpedo-boat destroyer I'erry, first of her diss to be built here, was launched at the Union Iron orks The honor of christening the vessel fell to Miss Maud O'Connor, daughter or the late Cornelius C) Connor, in ever resnect the launching was a success. and waa-witnessed by several hundred Hawaiian Soda Works. EMMA A!f VI RYARD ST 8. Goods Delivered Free Hawaii Shinoo Sh yMnM Drlnttnc office. The pobllsher of Hawaii BhlnPObth onir daily Japane paper published tn the Ttrrltory Hawaii. T. SOO A. Bdltor C. IMIOSAWA. Prei4eic. vi. i.i m.mA TvtMtlnc OflVe Kift itrTet brtdf. Kl t.U F. a Box N7. Martha Davis, Am. bk., McAlman. HUo, October 30. torert Lewers, Am. schr.. Underwood, Port-Ludlow, October 36. 4ebaatlan Baefa. B. ba. Naga kl. Ttto-1 ruarr 17. Mar ef R easts. Am. sp., Morteaaea. New- eaetle. Oetober I. ti,. I S a: Wilder. Am. bktn.. Jackson. 5an -1 . . .i rrancisco. uctoDer z. g. r. castie, aot. DKtn., i. a Ban Francisco. October 30. Yola, Br. sp., Pennlculk, London, Novem ber 6. IWAKAMI'S GET rrr Kotice to Shipmasters. O. B. Branch HydrogTaphlo Offlee, San Francisco, CaL Ready Rock Roofing IT HAS STOOD TNfa TEST FOR 25 YEARS Fw eommuBlcmtlng with the Branch Hy- treeraDhle Otflce in San Fraaelseo, cap- Laina of vessels who will co-operate with rson's. Including Irving M. Scott and the ffyrtrograpblc Office by recording the a Party of specially Invited guests. noroici uum.uu. Ixteen tornedo-lrtve oBce. can have forwarded to then at boat destroyers which were ordered by Kay daalrad port, and tp of expense, the th. liovernment two years ago. t-ntaMmnij .i;.. I. h. first to be built on this Coast. Ocean, and the latest InformaUon regara- . i... .n.,.i Ktf k. raiii Tnni I m the danger to navigation In the wa it n ii i iu m: in i' o t ii j j . . w - . r.-..Ki- t,. p.rrv like all the here which they frequent. others built or building, has a length Mariners are requested to report to the 1 :L" o t r.i . mATl-hfflce dangers discovered, or any other on wic m" "" . . . I .. .. vi. v. n-ii. . will draw, upon a trial displacements Ucttag charts or sailing dlfecUona, or In a-xx tr,m .tr v eleht feet or water i ""v-uwu vu. v wr. - - - - - . . . .t w w- .us. rv, a a t tttvo .v.. t t,r irrova. Of Which I '"rlM rmmuiG. -r. vaivjiio, .J! V.i. .. Th. stern haa been . Lleut-Comdr.. U. a N in Charge. dlter tw n l " - l a muttf full at the water line, out iun-i - neied out below, so that the-boat shall 1 j?o use looking for anything better j not "squat" when going at. full .speed. th&Q jgg Moore "AA" Whiskey, for nor give the rropeiiera a cnance to better Isn't made In either tha new race in me air worn rum, ... ; . ftM . . i a . rA. .tin I " - - . Heavy sea. m. muc ..ovvr .. well up. and support a forecastle deck of Borne length. There are two con ninr towers, each of which has a steer ing wheel, but only the forward one o much damage at Kodiak. Rock Jtoef Paint to the beat for all kinds otter, eta. of reofa. noartu AQCNTS POR i Sunshine Water Heater .... t water day and night without t he use of firm. Can and Alpine Cement Uonterey Sand. Mortar Stain?, Paper and Paper Bags, Boltz Clymer & Co's Cigars. It enrnn Canned Fruits, Pet and Highland Creauxa, Standard Biscuit Co Mount SL Ellas, Alaska, was badly sha ken up by the recent earthquake that did HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd. if rone iwBT, Lorna bctldincv ... --is -xv mm -mm mm - i "i'r- :': S. .r trr . " ,.'1 V ' : i-.m ir inr