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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: NOLULt). jTOVEMBKh 21, W M
11 I THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Ztatertd at ins Poatofflce at Honolulu. dJU. H U. Miller, Mrs. T. Black and two chil dren. Miss K. Talcott, Miss Toyoda, K. !J. Walter and wile, M. A. Suva. Kev. Jr.Kn k. Hflv. f?. L.. Scrlmger. A. Hen- D. Mead and w.fe, Hons cnong, i HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. K. T.J Second-class Matter. Issued Every Morning Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY. Yasi Holt Block. King Street. . A. W. PEARSON. - Business Manager. CI 11! 5 111 TIMETABLE. Frcta and after Jan. 1, 1900 OUTWARD. Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally Hattsas . ex. - . , "UB Bun. . a.m. a. in. a.m. p.m. ObmM. TJ IO UM SOI Paarl Oty IA 1:43 11:40 1:47 On MOU IJi 10:08 UM iM tralaaa. M M ..... . 4:4 Watataa 11:68 !: ruM not J INWARD. Dally Dallr Dally ClatJam ax. ax. Bun. , Bun. a.m. a.m. p.nx. p.m. 1:10 :M C. Ahl. Lune Chee. Loa New tlun, wing .Wong, G. Westcott. C. J. Manlon, James tWelch, J. Guroonan. T. K. Hay. A. Val entine, J. A. Oilman. J. T. Moir. Miss T. K. Ayers, George H. Robinson, . A. Robinson, Lui Kenecke. C. E. Calvert, C. Stretktwaid, A. Wield. W. A. Burke,. T. K. Buike, L. Hubbard. Charles O'Con nell. Miss L. Franck, K. Buhr and wife, A. B. Loebenstetn, H. R. h.tchccck, T. T. Meyers. a RUBBER INDUSTRY. More than a hundred million dollars wortn of India, rubber has been' import- 1 ed into tne Uniteu States during tne past lour years, and more than Sixty . million dollars' worth in the iast two years. A decade ago the annual impor tations of India rubber amouutea to about $15,000,000; now they exceed $3j,- Ooo.ooo. and are steaowy increasing. NAME OF STOCK, Honolulu,. November 2D, 1900. Aik MlKCANTtLl. 0. Brewer A Co... . tftea. Swa... llw Agricultural Co daw. com. a Bug. n Hawaiian Sugar Co. Hnnumr t Honokaa I Haiku Kabuku Kamalo8uf.Oo.Lt a Paid op Eibel Plan. Co.Lt. a Paid up Kipahnu. Koloa Koua Sugar Co. Maunalei 8. Co., Art paiaip . A x i qv u-ttnj oi. . .... i Paid up rubber come in crude tonn lor use of SaJ.lkT1 gog,r co. A manufacturers, who are constantly ex-; paid up terming its application to various new j oahu Bugar Co. lines of industry. Northern lirazii, i unomea. , .... ... . . , . i ... . t i ' fl i k A 1 & .... soutnern juexico, me weei. muieo, w-n,l7,S iiil tral Africa. India, the fetraits Selt.e- 01" Su5" ft Capiul 1,000,000 tyJOO.OOO 17D,UUU 1,000,000 2,812,750 2.000.000 760,000 2,000,000 600,000 600,000 225 4)00 2tOX. 1,05J,0X 1,500.000 ltO.HOO 800,000 60U.000 406,000 100.000 832,600 1,650,000 8,600.000 1,000.000 600,000 812,600 2.600.000 150,000 Val Walaaaa . .... ma . a , VX2UDON, , tvartn tendent. IJ0 :ll p.m. SJS .... M :10 .... tJBQ 7:10 .... 1:66 7:45 1:06 4:22 M 1.30 4:62 IJS 1.-0S tM F. C. SMITH. a. p. a t. j Co.. UTTSOROLOOICAL. HXCOJtD. merits, and the Dutch .bast Indies sup- ninwa.iu ply this increasingly important feature Pwnh-Si.Plau.Co-oiw.oor ot our importations. Prooabiy no srngle urticie has maae a more rapid giowtn in its relations to manufactures and consequently commerce in the past fcjw years than rubber. .As a consequenc-; attention is now being given to the cul tivation and systematic production cf th various ri.anta and trees from wh.cn 1 it can be produced. - rAHHir Cos. Tne above statement Is susrgeHled by i Wilder 8. 8 Co . j the. receipt by the Treasury Bureau of ! fnter-Islaod A. H. Co.. t rttatlstita of a publication detailing the Mibcxiojxocb . . i . . . . - t . . .1 An . w. . pysieiuaiiu enoi is ueiuS niaue im Hawaiian ElCCt.iC t0, cultivation of india rubber trees and Haw. JClectric Assesa. Pcifi Pila J.. Ptspeekeo. Pioneer Waialua Agr. A aianae Wailuku Waimanalo... Waimea uaaMjrr ' iu, - Bvikt MowQaT. riai.lsjxti' r m t 9 ft ? h ir H'l 67 U"J 729 701 tf pa J W2 U 71 : ,.f f 'L t ivi1 ltl .f a' !. 'at piants in the Hritish colonies, especiajiy Hon. Bp. Tr. A Ld. Co. hnunf (Vnlriil gnilS.mth Africa Thia Hon.!tU-m lAmidtJ. ominiMt with th wii knnwn fact tat '. Mutual Telephone Co. uur own I'epariineni ui Agiicuuuie Uakaba Cof Co. Pd up (J. it. di L. t o People's Ice 4 Ki f Co 0 0O4 i-o ;i o.io 77 0 tu A o oo 7i 7 :a t ii 2-V.SNK8 h t ;3- A-S St 2-3 it) ,tll M -6 7s II 5Ui lU Il-i'lu I I N.-KJC tar corrected to 83 F. and for standard arravity of Lat. 48. Ibts asmetiav la .06 for Honolulu. AOO.OOO 7 jO,lM 2.000.000 4MJ0,000 sooono 700,000 252,000 125.000 600.000 100 20 100 101 10P 20 too 20 100 2C 20 20 60 60 100 100 100 100 too 20 20 20 20 100 20 20 20 20 100 w ion inn 0!l j 100 j 100 ; 10P 100 100 Bid led 28 39 15! 18 170 KM 41 6a 44V 25 16 no 18 14 17 I5U 150 250,000 12,500 250.000 15.000 139,000 40.000 2,O0O,OI l.TO.OJO 2! I 1501 145; 100 100 100 loo 100 100 10 JOS 19) lib S90 130 J05 lib no ltyilil!l!JWR(.2i I i3nQMi cbhcs- rautqtat i A Punahou Home site- Oceanic Steamship Co The fine Passenger Steamers of this line will arrive Ml MARIPOSA " For San Franc 10 ZEALANDIA 1J ALAMEDA .. " : ! ZEALANDIA VE OFFER the choice . residence SONOMA .... ground- at corner of Alexar.apr ' ana Beckwith streets, facing the campus or Ohu College v 550 feet of, frontage; 1 acres ground; a nve-room cottage on turner ui inu- ises. Suitable either for a homestead or for subdivision. PRICE VERY REASONABLE. hereunder From San Francisco. sierra" NOV. ZEALANDIA ..A. .......DEC. ......DEC. 1901 ..JAN. 2 ZEALANDIA JAN. S SIERRA .... ......JAN. 19 ALAMEDA .. ....JAN. 29 MARIPOSA ' FEB. 9 ALAMEDA .FEB. 19 SONOMA ... ..MARCH .2 ALAMEDA ...MARCH 12 SIERRA .... ALAMEDA . i VENTURA . 'SCO, M'CLELLAN, Tel. Main 69. POND & CO., Judd Building. 100 100 100 200 100, The Overland Limited ALAMEDA ... SIERRA ALAMEDA .. VENTURA ... ALAMEDA .. SONOMA -3S 33 1 1 7 ., . In connection with the sailing of th above steamers t,"'V pared to issue, to Intending passengers. Coupon Through TicUf ptT v 'k " : tvtr ":," ,n. ine unue state-. nx&. and t- Three Trains Dally from San Francisco. Two Trains Daily from Portland via .1 101 101 102 '101 YBJZ3. BUS AND UOOX. f .xca. -I. Q 5 z a 18 2X4184.108.40.206) 7 sii 9.0i.ll .lH V W 1 8 2.70 H 02: B 47 14 17 JtS ZB 2 0, 8 00, 8-8410 VVt 6 la 6 17 4 3 lJ 8 41' 9 0 11 II 6 IS R.17 4 1 2.. I 4 -m 9 4 11. 6l 14 17 i Ip.m.; inn ft n ii . a i? i 11 j) ft tit 2.0' 6 .4 ll 2J 1 .7 ft 17 S 7 ! Jt 19 7 2'ii. ' . B a li R w 4 02 4 St 6 4 6 48 7.43 B U has already begun experiments and in- uiries in this line in the Island Terri tories cf the United States, adds greatiy lit llie niieimi. lit Linn itttrni.tuit . ctttvt uvj ovt ft her tf Hi the possiblUty that the 2:10,000.000 a year j u.wioovt.'S ir ci i.ut which we are now sending out of the( Haw. jovt. ftotwi on country for this product may be ex-! ving 4V jivr ceiu.. pended under the American flag and i t,llo: Ppr cl among American producers. The f act ,jWra u 'f o.'m 6 v C that Southern Mexico and Central Am-'oahu Plant, p'.'c.!!. erica 'are natural producers of India ; oi Plane c.... rubber in considerable and increasing S t ".lS JUa?8 fhf S(f,slon Sales-Morning Session-Thirty. ftfnnrtV 15 five Hawaiian Sugar. $39; 25 Ewa, 128; - islands and mainland immediately ad- m Hawaiian Government 6's. 8100 5 Wal jacent to the Philippines. suggests al $126 Afternoon Session-rwenty great possibilities in this line n Cuba, E $28; 100 E J28 50 15 Mcliryae, ru. RicoAand in the Hawaiian and)Pald up ,14; 10 Qokala, $15. I hllippine Islands. Between Boards-Fifty Walalua, $124; 85 iiiuia ruouer is noi, as is generally wai-in- tiv.- 95 riohi, ti7: h an- in wl. supposed, the product of a single tree, 'aiUR. $128 . . ' but on the contrary Is produced from j , . - r , , ,MI " , a varietyof trees and plants. Some i - . of these flourish only in a moist soil and PliCClflPrl A ii VttirtTlantc atmosphere, while others thrive on ! Lld3lllCU AU CI UNClllCll l. Mtrty soli, provided they receive ample i though intermittent rainfall; though in , wiVTm all cases a tropical or subtropical cli-1 WANlii). , mate is requisite. Most of the India 'ONE-ROOM cottage: furnished or un- .m I a 06 i 171 n New oon on the 21st at 8:47 p. m Aurvay table : Tk nam at Kahulul and Hllo occur mut im hour earlier than at Honolulu. Havana standard time Is 10 hour SO m .r.9 alcwer than Greenwich time, be- ca mi sM ta meridian of 157 egreea SO auawua. Tks tlm whistle blows at 1X1 aa, which Is the same as Greenwich, 0 a aamutes. Sun and moon are for sea) thn for the whole group. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STATION. rv. J. Jt p. m. Weather, easy; wind. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. Tuesday. November 20. . Btmr. James Makee, Tullett! from Ana rubber of South and Central America Is from trees, 'but in the Islands of the Indian archipelago, the supply of rub ber is chiefly from a gigantic creeper, ' which in five years' growth attains a length of 200 feet, and from 20 to 30 inches in circumference, and which yields annually from 50 to 60 pounds of caoutchouc. Java. Sumatra, Penang, Singapore and French Indo China are already large producers of crude india rubber or caoutchouc, and its produc Moti in the West Indies has been suffl- i-Mt to Indicate the entire practica bility of its being made an important industry In Cuba and Porto Rico, as well as in the Hawaiian. Philippine and 3a moan Islands. The following table shows the value it the importations of crude india rub txT and gutta percha into the United States in each fiscal year from 1890 to lww: furnished. Must be reasonable. Ad dress "Cottage." this office. 570S TWO furnished rooms, with or without board, for three persons. Address "X. Y. Z.'" , 5708 TO R E NT Office desk. Address P. O. Box 609. . . .. 5708 TO RENT, by' December 1st, furnished house of five or more rooms; cen trally located. Address P. O. Box 838. 6707 TWO furnished rooms, with orwithout board, for three persons. 6707 Years. 1S!W .. IS91 .. !!J2 1S!I3 1891 .. 195 .. .$14,854,512 . 18,020.804 . 19.833,090 . 17,964,607 . 15,162.333 . 18.475,382 Years. 1896 ... 1897 ... 1898 ... 1899 ... 1900 ... .$16,781,533 . 17,558,163 . 25.545,391 . 31.875,207 . 31,555,483 A RAIN OF FISH. SAILED FROM HONOLULU. Tuesday, November SO. S. O. Nippon Mini, Greene, for San. fradseow ' SL 8. Hongkong Maru, Fllmer, for Chl aa aa4 Japan. Btmr. Lehwa, Bennett, for Molokai ports and Lakaina. Stiar. Jlaudlne, Lane, tor Lah&lna, Ka featal and way ports. Gas. arhr. fcclipse, Townsend, for La kals. Makena, KihH and kona ports. Sunr. Krnau, Parker, for It no scd way povXa. Stwtr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Na wiUwai and Koloa. Aim. ship Helen Brewer, McKay, fdr lira la ports. .4. MOVEMENTS OF 8TEAMKKS. ARRIVE. Btsamera: . From. Due, Warrimoo Colonics Nov. 21 Aoranct Victoria Nov. 24 China 8. T Nov. 27 Maxlpsa ft, F '. Nov. 27 tiio d Janeiro Yokohama Nov. 30 DEPART. Zaadandia S. F Nov. 21 Warrtmoo Victoria Nov. 21 Aaraagl Colonies Nov. 24 Chin Tkohama Nov. 27 rtorra Colonics ; Nov. 27 Rto ds Jar.lro-S. F Nov. 30 "On Wednesday before Easter, anno 16C6, a pasture field at Cranstead, near Wrotham, In Kent, about two acres, which la far from any part of the sea. or branch of it. and a xrtace v"hexe there are no fish ponds, but a scarcity of water, was all overspread with little fishes, conceived to be rained down, there having been at that time a great tempest of thunder and rain. The fishes were about the length of a man's little flrrger, ' and Judge by all who aw them to be young whitings. Many of them were taken up and showed to veral persons. The field belonged to one Ware, a yeoman, who was at that E.ister sessions one of the grand in quest, and carried some of them to the sessions at Maidstone, in Kent, and he showed them, among others, to Mr. Lake, a bencher of the Middle Temple, who had one of them and brought one to London. The truth of it was aver red by many that saw the fishes lie M attered all over that field. There was nore in the other fields adjoining; the quantity of them was estimated to be about a bushel." From Philosophical Transactions, 1698. FURNISHED room, board, for couple. K. with or - without Address. "G. O 570' SITUATIONS WANTED, A POSITION In store by a young man of experience and good address. If everything is satisfactory would in vest $5,000 with responsible firm. Ad dress "A. B. C." this office. 5708 FOR SALE.' i nn)D. stauncn catboat, known as "Edith L." Can be seen near Healanl or Myrtle boathouses. For further particulars, apply to the Hawaiian Trust and Investment Co., Ltd., 409 Fort street, Honolulu. 570S ,York by any steamship line to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO Wm G. IRWiN & Co - LIMITED v General Agents Oceanic S S Co I 1 1 eel i LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO, 8:00 a.m.. 10:00 a.m,, 6:00 p.m. LEAVE PORTLAND. 9:15 a,m., :00 p.m. , . Through without change. , t Occidental & Oriental S.S. Co, " and Toyo Risen Kaisha. Steamers of the above companies will call at Honoiui nana i... .V. on or about the dates below mentioned : " only to is t ii u 1000 on too lie on 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. J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent, 138 Third Street, Portland. Oregon. D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent, No. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco. Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.. ' Omaha, Nebraska. v CHINA NOV. 27 RIO DE JANEIRO DORIC ..DEC. 6 COPTIC NIPPON MARU DEC. 13 AMERICA MARTT ' RIO DE JANEIRO DEC. 21 PEKING COPTIC DEC. 29 GAELIC AMERICA MARU JAN. 6 HONGKONG MARU PEKING i.. ...... ..JAN. 15 CHINA GAELIC JAN. 23 DORIC HONGKONG MARU .JAN. 31 NIPPON MARU .... CHINA ..... .... ....j FEB. 8 RIO DE JANEIRO Wni " A ........ ............... .x x,u. in iuriiv; m NIPPON MARU FEB. 26 AMERICA MARTT VAZZ 1-wt T XTnrnn , . n,., . : -nu.u i"u juiiiimj iMA.irtvll h , WM. R. CASTLE, JR., Real Estate Agent. MERCHANT STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. . For Japan and China. For San Francisco. ..NOV. ..DECS -DSC J ..JAN. ..JAN ..JAN. I . JAN ...FED. FOR GENERAL INFORMATION. APPLY TO H Hacltfeld & Co., Ltd AGENTS, FURNITURE for sale; four-room cot tage for rent; fourth house, right side of Christly Lane after turn. 5707 PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. FURNITURE of four-room "cottage. Cottage for rent. 29S Bcretanla, near pumping station. ... . 5704 A SMITH Premier typewriter, as good as new, at a bargain, by A. T. Brcch, room 200, Judd building. . 5704 on UU TWO nicely Kennedy's, street. "DON'T COMMIT SUICIDE HERE. IN PORT. AitMY AND NAVY. . O. . Tug Iroquois, Pond. Midway a4. August L alKRCHANTMEN. Albert. Am. bk. Griffith. San Francisco. BrtJ Minor. Am. schr., Ravese. Eureka, Nvenbcr C CI. Sarrent. Am. sp.. Gammons, Taco. taa, October 77. C D. Bryant. Am. bk.. Colly, San Fran cisco, November S. Catsrprta, Am. schr.. Ban Francisco, AanM SC. tSsally r. Whitney, Am. sp., Biigman, Baa franc laco, October 23. Barska, Am. schr., Schon, Eureka, wMher (. Owsrc Cartis, Am. sp., Calhoun, Fraoclaca, October $0. Helen Brvwor, Am. sp., McKay, Tack, October XX. II. D. BaodUen. Am. schr., Olsen, Bsakalay, October 22. Kanaabee. Am, sp., W. V. Iewls, Newcas tle. otooer 5L wtart Lowers, Am. schr.. Underwood. Port lotdlow. October 26. utiasWaa Bach. Br. bk.. NsaaakL Fab- tmry rr. . u. wilder, Am. hktn., Jactefoo, Bail Firaaecsea, October XI. 8. K. CuUa Am, bktn., B. O. Nelson, snrancUco, October to. Br. sp., Psnniculk, London, Novem- Am. S. a.. San Francisco, No ll. No San New Port A Melbourne girl lately returned from a country visit tells a somewhat creepy, but at the same time rather amusing, story. She was staying at the home stead of a "Western New South Wales s.juatter, one of a family with a rather eccentric reputation, and one day, wanr derlng nlong up ths creek, came to a picturesque shady pool about a mile from the homestead and waa sit tine- enjoying the coolness and beauty of the "pot when, on looking up. her startle! yes encountered this notice posted conspicuously on the opposite bank: Please don't commit suicide in this pool. There is a deep dam in the next paddock, to the use of which you are very welcome, ft. - . . Blatter obtained his domestic water supply from the creek, and with- ... v.. ,ear no rewer than three uun wanderers had drowned them selves in the pool.-Melbourne Punch SCHOOL CHILDREN'S SIGHT. DEFECTIVE FOR RENT V furnished rooms at' Mrs. Adams Lane, off Hotel 5708 AT MA NO A; twenty minutes drive rronr Kort street; modern dwelling, six rooms with stable; rent reasona ble. Address "A.," this office. 5707 IN OAKLAND, Cal. Furnished home or 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, 1108 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 56:9 5699 LOST leather satchel, betomrinir to on Prospect 'street. SMALL Mrs. Thwing, i uncnnowl. Contains pocketbook with card of owner, watch, etc. Find er please return to F. W. Damon, Chaplain Lane, and receive reward. 5708 A YELLOW bull terrier pup; three months old, with white ring around 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 Beretanla, 150 feet on Victoria, Terms very reasona ble. Also, property to lease in Manoa and Walkikl. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S NewYortLine Bark NUUANU.wili aalt from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, on or about December-10, 1900. For freight rates apply to CiAS. BREWER & CO ' . 27 Kllby St, Boston. OR C. BREWER & CO., LTD. Honolulu, Canadian-Australian Royal fif Steamship Company. .'. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAS PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sytar, S. W.. and calling at Victoria, ,B. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q, an IDuue a,t l-Ionclulu. ' On or about the dates below stated, viz.: HHOM YA&CVCVEH AND VICTORIA ,C. FBOM 8YDNK, BRlBBiMfo. For Brisbane. Q.. and Sydney: For Victoria and Vancowet.'B.C a ,-v-w- a w XTrTT O A. wrcT i TTiTtr VCV AlMiAlMil ... I'iUV . X. w J r rt I IVI I II I WARRIMOO ....DEC. 22 MIOWERA MIOWERA JAN. 19 , WRANGI Ai ? Afinjvnr pp.r ifi iVarptmoo rl.D.B WARRIMOO MARCH 16 iHOWERA MAiih?,i MIOWERA APRIL 13 A.ORANGI Ar1, AORANGI MAY 11 iVARRIMOO 1 1 WARRIMOO JUNE 8 MIOWERA The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited." Is now runntos 4 J BETWEEN VANCOUVER and MONTREAL. Making the run In 100 hours wlthout change. The nnest railway mw" the world. . ... Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada. United stares -spe. . , . For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to Theo. a. Davies & Co, Ltd., fieo'l Agu OFFICES TO Lb I. 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 THE MELROSE, King Street Board and PASSENGERS. Departed. Vme llilo and way ports, per stmr. Kl aa. Kovembi-r 20. E. Fletcher, Mrs. F. IT.. , . . , vr.jrr vi me inaon School Hoard i.rrM m an us scnooM have tested the .... i mv lunurra unoer rnoi la niof .,-,., j , - . Tho rt.rn.lf U that r t . " " " iT wme. iving street cars w" . ". - V.:" . were wuna i uie ooor. I'rices moderate. Tci rooms nil mwi .i.. , r,irc mosquito proof; a quiet, refined hom. t.'i ... . io nave aerecuve viRlon. Tbse childrpn vere gWen notices to take to their par ens announcing that they were suffering from srrious defective vision, and advis ed to consult an oculist without delay. AS THEY RETIRE. She "I only opened mr mouth ence the vhole evening." He "But when you did get It open you managed to keep it that way the. rest of the evening." Phcne S0S1 Blue. ANNUAL MEETING. - THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Maul Sugar Co Ltd wi!J be held at the office S winS o t nan & Co.. Nuuar, urday, November 24, lwo, at 12 o'clock 87CKI KAT POO. Secretary. 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 or. 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 to " ' . CECIL BROWN, or J. O. CARTER, Trustees. Honolulu, November 8. 1900. 669S NOTICE or Direct Service B6tween New York, Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands port via San S. S. AMERICAN has left New York for this Tacoma, Seattle and Nanaimo, on October 30th. C C TT A IIT A TT A XT III V. J . V f r.l.) TU.' ber 30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanaimo. en rome York on or new'.,,i if Freight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second lyn, at all times. For further particulars, .apply to ' For further particulars, apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., Lip. AGENTS, HONOLULU ASK YOUR DEALER FOR tAxleGreasei NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Pearl City Cemetery will be open for Interments on and after Monda, November 5tb, 1900. A special funeral train wHl leave the railroad station at 2:13 p. m.. daily, 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 anv nature. HAWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSO CIATION, LTD.. Room 3, Love Building, Fort St 6693 Far Sale. in Kail hi, from $750 to along Twenty lots $1,000 each. A four-Inch water main runs the street facing tbese lots. For particulars and plans, see JESSE P. MAKAINAI, 5700 At W. C. Achi & Co's Office. PACIFIC HI..M finifi mill Hi va i nun it nv ffAN FRAKCI' V- P. MeGRATH, Age Orders for Monument, . etc., solicited.