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TITE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVBRTlhrfK: HONOLULU, iSOVEMBbK l
THE PACIFIC
Commercial Advertiser
ISntered at the Postofllce at Honolulu,
XL T., Second-class Matter.
Issued Every Morning; Except
.' , Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY,
Von Holt Block, King; Street.
A. W. PEARSON.
Business Manager.
.till IIUIMU U LUIll
TIME TABLE.
Frca and after Jaa. 1, 1900.
OUTWARD.
Dally Dally Dally Daily Dally
x.
Sun.
a.m.
11:06
11:40
1 1 ii Co.
ftteOeaa. ex.
. Bun.
a.m.
tUttotnlu.. 7:10
rart City l:0S
Ww Mill., t M
Walaaa
Walalaa
Kaawkn. ...
fUttons.
a.m.
1:11
1:48
10:08
10:60
11 6
12:32
p.m.
1:16
1:47
4
4:tt
1:4
01
p.m.
1:10
i:M
6:10
PUMP DESTROYED
BY A CLOUDBURST
Much Damage Done Ka.ina-
kakai by the hona, t
't in
INWARD.
Dally Dally Dally Dally
x. ax.
Sun.
a.m.
ValaloS) . ......
Wateaaa
Sw MM IJ0
aar City 6:16
Bvoohihi 6J6
. P. DENISON. .
Superintendent.
Sun.
avm. p.m. p.m.
8:35 .... J
J0 .... 2:60
7:10 .... I:SS
7:45 1:01 432
8:03 430 4:62
IM 1M 1:26
F. C. SMITH,
O. P. & T. A.
WrTXOROLOGICAL RECOJtD.
Btkkt Mowdat.
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A U 71
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0 00' 47
.w ;i
0.10 61
0 il 0
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2-6
8
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8- NNfc
XNE
vs
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0
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1-0
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-5
l
N.-N.E.
Bariaier corrected to 33 fl and Be
torsi, aad for standard gravity of Lat. 46.
Ifcts aarraotlon Is .06 for Honolulu.
The Kona storm worked havoc at
Kaunakakal. The American Sugar
( nmnanv a Dlantatlons are situated
there, and they felt the force of the"
storm greatly.
In many instances vegetation on na
tive kuleanas was entirely destroyed
being covered over with a layer of
earth washed from the mountains to a
depth of two or three feet.
On Wednesday and Thursday last,
large areas of land were laid waste and
much valuable property was ruined.
A cloud burst, rushing down the
gulch of Kaunakakal, struck the
pumping plant of the American Sugar
Company located directly in the path
of the onrushing water, and it is said
destroyed the pit of masonry contain
ing n pump of 5,000,000 gallons capa
city. Hundreds of tons of rock and ma
sonry now cover the pumping machin
ery. Many of the buildings of the plan
tation have been undermined by the
cloudburst, which, starting some 2000
feet up the mountain, descended with
terrific fores and carried everything
before it.
The force of waters cut a trench ten
feet deep through a , portion of the
property. . Telephone lines are down,
railroad tracks washed away and much
other damage done. During a-period of
sixteen hours six inches of rain fell.
The company's wharf received con
siderable damage from the rough sea.
The exact extent of the damage on the
piantation is not yet known. '
MUST AWAIT THE WIND.
HONOLULU" STUCK r.XCHt
Honolulu, "November
HAMS OF ST(K
Mercantile
:. Brewer (
fcwa
Ha mo
Haw Agricultural ka
daw. Com. A Bug. Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomr
Honokaa.
Haiku.
Kahuku
KamaloSug.t.VLt.a ,
Paid up
Klhei Flan. Co.Lt. a i
Paid up J
fCipahulu.
Ku.ua
iCoDa Sugar Co. i
Maunalei 8. Co., Asa
Paid ip
eRryd 8. Co.Lt. A
raia up
A
TIDES, 8TJN AND MOON.
i rs x x, r r as
la s.Ft. 'p.ro.Ip.ra. a.m K
. W i ti, 1 1.40j 7 81 9MU518 4 02
TMS W 3 55! 1 8 2.20 8 02 9 4 6 14 5 17 4 64
WA. fll 3 2&i 2 0. t.UO, 8.-S4, lt iituMI 6 4o
J I t.-t.
thmt. 4 W 2 1 41: 0911 11 15 17 6.65
in. m St 2.i 4 ' 0 is ll.hS 18 9.17 6-48
III! n.m.
i X 6 13 2 1 16, 0 3,U n..17 7.43
tas. 2" , t U 'Ai 1 .17 6 17 M7 9 ti
fan' as' l 7 7i .m I z o-2 19 nl e 7
Maw moon on the 21st at 8:47 p. m.
2rc4U Burvey tables:
7Tt 4h at Kahulul and Hilo occur
. m hour earlier than at Honolulu.
H wall an standard time Is 10 hours 80
v ' L.t slower than Greenwich time, be
Uat ot tas meridian of 157 degrees 30
.satootMh Tfcs time whistle blows at 1:30
,VS. bw which Is the same as Greenwich, 0
t bairn minutes. Bun and moon are for
UsaJ tlma far the whole group.
This Oppressive Weather Will Last
Until a Turn.
The last two days have been depress
ing on account of the general mug
giness of the atmosphere. They have
been damp, sweltering and generally
unbearable. Collars wilted and starcn
ed shirt bosoms fell.
"Whew! but isn't this a scorcher!"
was the composite remark of the com
munity. .Old Sol didn't have much to
do with the uncomfortableneus of the
residents .but even his genial face' fail
ed to dispel the soggy feeling. Clothes
were extremely uncomfortable and
many a native sighed for the good old
days when a malo was considered just
the thing.
The rows of post office boxes have
presented a queer sight since the at
mosphere became charged so heavily
with moisture. From a bright, brassy
look they have turned the color of cop
per. Prof. Lyons states that the pres
ent condition of the atmosphere is
likely to last until the wind turns to
the west. The barometer is steadily
rising yesttrday it was 29.97 and this
indicates that there will be a change
for better weather. Yesterday's at
mospheric record up to 9 p. m. was as
follows: Temperature minimum, 75;
maximum, 81. Humidity, 85. Dew
point, 76.
Naoiku Buiar Co.
raio up (
imdu Sugar Co.. .
OnoEieft. ....
Ookala
01 aa Sugar Co. LtAs I
" Paid up i
ulowalu
Paauhau Bug. Plan. Cr
"vcinc
Pla
Pepeekeo
Pioneer
Waialua Agr. Co....
i.Dae., .
Wailuku
Walmanalo
Walmea
3TEAHSHIP CO.
Wilder 8 8 Co
inter-Uland 8. 8. Co.
ailbCXLLAMSOri
Hawaiian Elect. ic to
Haw. Electric Ahscks
Hon. Rp. Tr. A Ld. Co
Hon. meam Launarr
Mutual Telephone Co.
-v.
Makataa ColCo.fd op
u. H. s Lu Vtr. .
People't Ice A Ref Co
Bonds.
Haw. Govt. 6 per cent.
law. HYt. S per cent.
aaw. uovt. ronu Ha
vingp 44 per cent.. .
Hilo K. R. Co. 6 per ct.
Kwa Plantation 6 p c
I k.u jo
Oitbu Plant, 8 p. c.
Oiua Ptuut 6 p. c.
capl
iOOU.OUU
175,000
1,000.00(1
2,312,7
2.t,000
61,000
.UUO.OOO
aoo.ooo
600,000
22AJ0OO
250.000
1,050,000
1.600.000
16u.uu0
300,000
600,000
405,000
100,000
832,600
1,660.000
8,600,000
1,000.000
600,000
812,600
2,500.000
150,000
6.000,000
600.000
760,000
750,000
2.000,000
4,500,000
300,000
700,000
252,000
125,000
00.000
500.000
250,000
12.S00
250i000
26.000
139,000
40,000
2,0JO,000
150,000
I he
20
100
100
100
20
too
20
100
20
20
20
50
60
100
100
100
100
100
20
20
20
20
100
20
20
20
20
100
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
10
100
100
100
27i -8
169
23
11
167K
5
15
245
14"l
4.1
6
till
12'4
110
180
8'X
14
17i
"l6
'iib
Only
Oceanic Steamship Co
TIME TABLE:
The fine Passenger Steamers of this line will arrive ,
hereunder: n4 le&ve thk
From San Francisco.
On e
SUCH
IN
LOT FOR SALE
MAKiKI
2ot
156
1 01-2J4
4T0
Five-Eighths of an acre Immediately
adjoining the home of Hon. H. P. Bald
win on the town side, directly at neaa
of Kewalo street.
It has, in addition to a superb marine
view, the entire panorama of Rocky
Hill. Diamond Head. wasklKl. Puncn-
bowl, and the home-dotted, tree-shad-1
ed, grass-carpeted residence section of
the city.
For sdle exclusively by
M'CLELLAN, POND & CO., ,
Tel. Main 69. Judd Building.
145
102!
100
105
130
110
"4
The Overlan
Limited
Three Trains Dally from San Francisco.
Two Trains Dally from Portland via
-189
100
96
101
197 J
111
102
'mi
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Session Sales Forty-six Olaa, assess
able, 25.
Between Boards Fifty Ewa, 328 ; 500 Ha
waiian Government 6's, $100; 40 Walalua,
3120; 15 Oahu, 3166; 233 McBryde, assess
able, 38.25.
ZEALANDIA"
SIERRA .....
ZEALANDIA
MARIPOSA ..
ZEALANDIA
SONOMA ....
ALAMEDA ..
SIERRA
ALAMEDA
VENTURA
ALAMEDA
SONOMA .
For San Fran;
MHV 17 7l7AT A XTtt . HUUI
a.www. a -uLAn.. lJ lj
NOV. 27 ZEALANDIA
DEC. 10. ALAMEDA
......DEC. 13
1901. I ZEALANDIA
JAN. 2 SIERRA ...
.JAN. S ALAMEDA
, .... JAN. 19 MARIPOSA
JAN. 29 ALAMEDA
FEB. 9 SONOMA ..
.....FEB. 19 ALAMEDA
MARCH 2, SIERRA
.MARCH 12 ALAMEDA
VENTURA
ISCO,
' -.sot
Dl
1
JAX
.w'
...
P?B
... iBt,-.
....
j w " " w f '
In connection with the sailing of tho aw.
pared to Issue, to intending passengers, Coupon Throueh Ti!iA8ent ifi T
road, from San Franelseo. to nil nnlntu tn tt-i..6 ".'Ckets br ,J
York bv anv steamshln line to all Rnmiuxn. lateg. and fi!!
. . . (JVllfl
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm G. IRWIN & Co
- LIMITED
General Agents Oceanic S S Co
BORN.
SAMSON In this city, November 16.
1900, to the wife of G. L Samson, a
son.
LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO, 8:00 am.,
10:00 a.m., 6:00 P-m.
LEAVE PORTLAND, 9:15 a.m., :00
p.m.
Through without change.
Occidental & Oriental S,S. k
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
StPflmfkrfl et tVkA olSntVA nnmno tiIasi will abII a tta..i.i
ww'w wmvm-us-v u SA Ovl. A1UUU1UI llDntl Ib. . .
on or about the dates below mentioned: "uuis)
For Japan and China.
For San Francisca
DIED.
BUSNEL.lv In Honolulu. Sunday, No
vember 18, at 5:30 p. m., Nellie; belovel
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bus
nell. Funeral from parents' residence, op
posite James Lyle's, Spencer street, at
2 p. m. today. Friends are requested to
attend.
Only itiree Days
As S
II
DECKER WANTS REWARD.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STATION.
f4wv. IS, 10 p. m. Weather, clear; wind,
fresh. 8. Vf.
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU.
Saturday, November 17.
Freeman, from Hawaii
Wyroan, from Kauai
Koolau
Stmr. Klnau.
sa4 Maul ports.
Stinr. Noeau,
port.
Stmr. Walaleale, Green, from
port.
Scbr. Lady, from Koolau ports.
Sunday. November 18.
O. S. S. Zealand la, from San Francisco,
November 10.
French lk. Bossuet, put In on account
f captain's sickness.
Stsnr. W. G. Hail, Thompson, from Na-wniwlU.
SAILED FROM HONOLULU.
, Saturday, November 17.
Wilder, Jackxon, for San
for
Am. bkt. 8. G.
Francisco, with sugar.
Am. bk. Martha Davis, McAlman,
Ban Francisco, with sugar.
Am. ship Star of Russia, Mortensen, for
the Sound In ballast.
Sehr. Concord, for Hawaii ports.
.Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa.
Am. schr. Kmma Claudlna, Nielsen, for
Kurrka In ballaHt.
PASSENGERS.
Arrived.
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per stmr.
Klnau. November 17. A. Botktn and wife.
a. Diuniun, m. j. Lyman, Dr. L. .
ruer. Father Maxlmln, Father Uirlch,
Dr. R. B. Chapman, A. Humburg, L. O.
Groves, J. H. Gregory, H. Overend, Geo.
C. A. Graham, C. Ahl, T. H.
lloors. K. P. Mable. H. H. Penton. Adam
Usdaay, Wm. Booth and wife. Father
Oliver. Tap See Young, Miss M. Kapp,
w. 11. Hoogs, j. L. Davis, W. T. Davis,
K. C. Brown. K. Bumita, T. Kanashena,
An Urn Dias, a. W. Crockett, wife and
Child; J. K. Tape. II. T. Lake, S. Mine
ln!, P. E. Ray, Miss C. Kahauala, Miss
IJly Mitchell, Frank Gray, J. D. Hicks
. aad 94 dck passengers.
From San Francisco, per S. s. 7.Mlin.
dla, November 18.-J. E. Alexander. G.
II. Baldwin, Miss A. F. Beard. K. B.
Heard. Mrs. Bokoufnky and child. J. 11.
Booth. Miss M. O. Borden, Geo. Browne
?,' BfTtt, J. K. Burkett and wife, J. C.
Cohen, C. E. Corbly, C. Corner. J. Cor
per. ML M. Corper. F. R. Dallett, R.
Deeken, John Derrlg and wife, Mrs. It.
Dtnkalage. Miss Dinkalage, W. J. Dutton,
Miss M. P. Dutton, Miss Mae Englehardt,
A. R. Rnstgn, H. Estlnghausen, C. A.
Field and wife, W. W. Funge, Jr., Mrs.
K. 8. GUI. Mrs. B. Gleason. M. G. Goss,
Mrs. K. F. Green. "O. Hlllefeld, L. Hub
bard. Mason Mitchell. Mrs. G. F. More
boose, Mrs. W. O. Morrow, Miss E. M.
Morrow, Mrs. O. D. Mumford and child,
Chaa. O'Connell, M. J. Riordan, E. Rossi,
R. Ryecroft, Mrs. J. M. Sass, F. Sllva
and wife. J. J. Sullivan, L. J. Warren,
W. W. Wescoatt. C. L. Wight and wife,
C. B. Williams. E. C. Wilson. F. E. Van
Basklrk. A. Zuckermann, Miss B. W.
Parish, G. C. Powell.
'
"Hlr Oeorge Henry P '.vyers has been
rranted a divorce from ' Is wife Ladv
i:owyers. She was fo-merly Miss Ethel
Hawkins of San Frsncisco. Carey
Johnstone, secretary to the Duke of
'Manchester, was named he co-respon-
dent.
Gertrude Elliott, slater of Mrs. Nat
Good la. Is to marry Forbes Robert
boa, the actor-manager In London.
Ferrelra Stopped Runaway and Re
ceived Ten Dollars.
n no was tne nero ot the runaway
Incident which occurred on Bethel
street Saturday. Deputy Hack Inspec
tor Frank Ferreira, who sprang Into
the dray of the Pacific Hardware Com
pany, which was beiuij trundle 1 off at
a maddening pace by the frightened
horses, is claimed by his friends to b
entitled to the palm.
iJecKer. the broker who lrs.s ar
omce on Bethel street, lays a similar
claim. It is suspected that as the Pa
cific Hardware Company sent a $10 bill
over to the police station as a mark o'
its appreciation for Ft-rr-Ira's piompti-
tude In preventing a smashup, Decker
tecame convinced that a substantial
reward was worth making a tight for
In addition to glory.
As the animals started off Ferrein
Jumped in at the rear, caught the reins
and forced the horses to stop. Decker
clambered In behind Ferreira, and als j
took hold of the reins.
Air. uecker In making his cl'.Im fot
half the reward Is reported to hav
Kaia mat he had a gold watch in
his pocket, and riske i the chances o
smashing it. Ferreira. in turn, ?ays h
hasn't got a $35 watch to break, br
that he risked his no. k and that is
worth as much as Decker's gold watch
Ferreira still has the $10.
WOMAN'S GUILD PROFITED.
The Fair and Sale on Saturday was
Classified Advenisemcnts.
a
18 (1
only Four Days to m
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.
HONGKONG MARU ..... .....NOV. 2Q NIPPON MARU ..
PHTN A -7 tJfW T xrr tit t vutt,'"
" ' ........ .......... v . M iJ L J d A.H Til Kl I i. 1
DORIC .......DEC. 6 COPTIC MnJZL
NIPPON MARU DEC. 13 AMERICA MARU j&J
RIO DE JANEIRO DEC. 21 PEKING St!
ICOPTIC! TVF.r M niHI.TP
AMERICA MARU JAN. S I HONGKONG MARU
PEKING ..JAN. 15 CHINA
GAELIC JAN. 23 DORIC
j HONGKONG MARU JAN. 31 NIPPON MARU ...
CHINA FEB. 8 RIO DE JANETT?fl
DORIC FEB. 16 COPTIC .
NIPPON MARU FEB. 26 AMERICA MARH
RIO DE JANEIRO MARCH 61
....JA1
.....JAX.
JiK
FEE,
FEE
FEE
mabcs
FOR SALE.
FURNITURE of
Cottage for rent,
pumping station.
four-room cottage.
398 Beretania, near
- .- 6704
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third Street, Portland, Oregon.
A SMITH Premier typewriter, as good
as new, at a bargain, by A. T. Broch,
room 200, Judd building. 5704
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
H Hackfeld & Co.,
FOR RENT.
A LARGE storeroom and some offices;
all centrally located. Enquire James
Stelner. 5704
IN OAKLAND, Cal. Furnished home
of eleven rooms and bath; cemented
basement, containing storeroom.wash
and coal rooms; large grounds, orna
mental fruit trees. Close to the resi
dence of S. T. Alexander, Mrs. H. M.
Cooke and other Island people. Fcr
particulars, address G. C. Schreiber,
110S Broadway, Oakland, Cal.' 5699
5699
Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Nebraska. . .
WM. R. CAS HE, JR.,
Real Estate
Agent.
MERCHANT STREET, OPPOSITE
POSTOFFICE.
STOLEN. . '.
BISHOP & CO'S certificate of deposit
No. Ii 2103, in favor of Hugh Robert
son, bearing date of May 5, 1900, has
been stolen. Payment of same has
been stopped, and all parties are cau
tioned against negotiating the same.
' . . ' 5704
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
COMMISSION.
. LOST.
GOLD monogram pin, between Or
pheum and Vineyard street. , Return
to Advertiser office fcr , reward. 6706
on
a Great Success.
The fair and sale of fancy work of
the Woman's Guild of the Second Con
gregation of St Andrew's Cathedral
Saturday afternoon was a huge suc
cess. The receipts for the sale of the
various dainty articles sold by the la
dles amounted to more than $200.
The booths were arranged in the
Sunday School room in the cathedral
grounds and looked very pretty. Al
though the room was not crowded with
purchasers yet those who attended
brought heavy purses and bought un-
rnfirvai1t V. v .1 i .
. ivuij. ii vuuwiH, presiaea over
by well known ladies of the church,
were as ionows: Fancy, tea table,
Mrs. C. B. Cooper; fancy goods, Mrs.
Melanphy and Mrs. Robertson; lemon
ade stand, Mrs. Lawrence; candy ta
ble, Mrs. It. A. 'Jordan; children's table
.wrs. iees; ice cream and cake, Mrs,
Glade and Mrs. E. W. Jordan.
FOUND.
ON ELECTION day. in the Judiciary
grounds, a gold watch with Mexican
silver chain. Owner can have by
calling at this office and proving
property and paying all expenses.
5703
SSTi RUPTURP.
OR. PIERCE'S ELEC
TRIC TRUSS
is different from all
other trusses and has. radi
cally CURED thousands of
cases. No experiment! It
dot itie work! "Booklet No. l"(sent on
request. Address, f
Dr. Day Honored.
Honolulu physicians gave a farewell
banquet last evening for Dr. Frank R.
Day who leaves for Germany on Wed
nesday accompanied by Mrs. Day. The
ioremost members of the profession
were grouped about the festive board.
Dr. C. B. Cooper presiding. Among the
others were Doctors McGrew, Emer
son, Myers, Wolters, Herbert, Hoff
mann, Mays, Waterhouse, Garvin,
Pratt, Bowman, Moore and the guest
of honor. Dr. Day. Dr. Wood express
ed his regret at the departure of his
boyhood friend, and present business
partner and spoke of the standing of
Dr. Day in his- profession. Dr. Day
modestly responded. Dr. Hoffmann
spoke of the reutlne of study which
Dr. Day would encounter In Germany,
and the theories which would certainly
be Impressed upon him. All made
speeches of greater or less length.
A YELLOW bull terrier 'dud; three
months old, with white ring around hie
neck and black face. Reward if re
turned to Railroad office. 5705
Excellent piece of property for sale
the corner of Victoria and Bere
tania streets, 100 feet on Beretania, 150
feet on Victoria. Terms very reasona-
Canadian-Australian Royal
Steamship Company.
. . a . ij. .1.,. .ilffiTt!!!
Hteamers oi tne aoove line, running in connection wua uie va.--,
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. R C and SytoeU
S. W.. and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q, w
iD-u-e at x-Concl'al"ii.
On or about the dates below stated, vis.:
PROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA B.C. FROM 8YDNK1, BWfiMSIO.
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney: I For Victoria and Vancouver, Et
AORANGI NOV. 24 "WARRIMOO
WARRIMOO DEC. 22 MIOWERA .
MIOWERA JAN. 19 i VORANGI ..
AORANGI FEB. 16 WARRIMOO
WARRIMOO MARCH 16 rflOWERA .
MIOWERA APRIL 13 AORANGI ..
AORANGI MAY 11 WARRIMOO
WARRIMOO ...JUNE 8 MIOWERA .
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited." is now mm
Making the run In 100 hours without change. The finest raliwws"
the world. a.Miii,
.SOT.
...JIM
...JO
MARCH
..ape:!
....Mil
...jua
rope,
Also, property to lease in Manoa and
Waikiki.
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
New York Line I
Y 1 XT1TTT A VTTT ..til' li KTWTtT 1 1 6 W m
earn. aujaiiu w hi nau nuui ijkvt
YORK for HONOLULU, on or about
December 10, 1900.
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States i
For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to
Th'eo. H. Davies & Co , Ltd., Geo'l
hip W
Direct Service Between New York,
Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands.
Magnetic Elastic Truss Co ,
620 Market St
San FianC'SC".
HOP Oil AN .
The Merchant Tailor,
Can be found at 24 Hptel street.
All orders for Clothes will be filled and
guaranteed.
THE MELROSE, King Street
Board and rooms: all modern com
forts: electric lights: mosquito proof:
a quiet, refined home. King street cars
pass tne door. Prices moderate. Tele
phone 30S1 Blue.
For freight rates apply to
C tAS. BREWER & CO
27 Kllby St, Boston,
OR
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
t Honolulu.
NOTICE.
CONSIGNEES OF GOODS ARE RE
quested to call promptly upon th ar
rival of steamers. Any goods not call
ed for within forty-eight hours after
the arrival of a steamer will be stored
in the stone warehouse opposite the
wharves of Wilder's Steamship Com
pany, and a storage charge of twenty-
five cents a package per day, or; $1
a week, win De maae. Any goods neid
over three months will be soli at auc
tion to cover storage charges.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
6687 .
San
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S. S. HAWAIIAN will be dispatched from New joate to JB
Freight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second bi
lyn, at all times.
For - further . particulars, apply to
For further particulars, apply to
m HAricci n CO..
LTD.
OFFICES TO Lb I.
THE TRUSTEES UNDER THE
will of the late James Campbell invite
the attention-of persons desiring office
accommodation to the plans for twenty
offices now being arranged in the
Campbell block, having an entrance on
both Fort and Merchant streets.
These offices will be light, well ven
tilated, and will be ready for occupa
tion on or about February 1st next.
Terms moderate.
For further particulars, please apply
io
CECIL BROWN, or
J. O. CARTER.-Trustees,
Honolulu, November 8, 1900. : 5698
NOTICE
ASK YOUR DEALER FOB
Axle Creasy
NOTICE IS HEREBY GFVEN THAT
the Pearl City Cemetery will be open
for interments on and after Monday, I
November 6th, 1900. A special funeral
train will leave the railroad station at
2:15 p. m., dally, remaining at the
cemetery until after all Interments.
The rates for transportation are one
dollar for the corpse, and fifty cents
for the round trip for mourners.
Plats are now on sale at the office of
the company, ranging In price from $10
up, according to location and size. No
other charges of any nature.
HAWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSO
CIATION, LTD..
Room 3, Love Building, Fort St.
, , 6693
For Sale.
Twenty lots in Kallhl, from 1750 to
11,000 each.
A four-inch water main runs along
the street facing these lots.
For particulars and plans, see
; JESSE P. MAKATNAI,
5700 At W. C. Achl & Co's Office.
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Southwest ner nolua A
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Orders for Mom
etc., solicited.

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