TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ' AD VE11TISER : HONOtULtf; ' DECElMBER '20' iSOd
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For a Christmas
What will be more appreciated than a stylish vehicle?
Before you select your holiday gifts, inspect the new line of
Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys,
, which we have Jujt'receiyed, and which we are offering At
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Thirty different stylw; finished in ihe latest Ehades in cloth,
cord, or leather trimming., mHmm Jt -w. .
Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co.,
Sterling Silver Mounted.
Wave, Crest Ware , r
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Etc., Etc. . ...
Honolulu Drug Co.,
M. P. Robinson
W. O. Cooper
Fort, near Merchant
rrtr AS THE Sierra been sighted couver last night - shortly after
i. 4Vn AiinnHnti O CAOCKm'
Wua Wc Hu-, . fitorage fiteamer AlDion got
nreu tti aujruuuy uu cvi wnv for the Coast yesterday even
Th American barkentine
Branch Office: Hllo, HawalL
AT HONOLULU AND HILO.
erybody who was supposed
to know anything about
the matter yesterday. From the mo
ment when the first faint streak of
dawn peaked over the top of old Leahi
up to the time when the last -sunset
flush glorified the western heavens,
that question was Inflicted upon the
agents of the Sierra, Captain "Gil"
Brokaw of the tug Fearless, newspa
permen, and anybody else supposed to
be able to give information, more
times than there are miles from Ho
nolulu to San Francisco. All during
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Planter interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations of savings de
partment furnished upon application.
TRANSACT A GENERAL, TRUST A
SAFE DEPOSIT BUSINESS.
departed yesterday with a load of su
ear for San Francisco.
Wilder's steamer Helene left for Ha
waii Dorts yesterday
The Inter-Island steamer Ke Au Hou
sailed for Kauai ports yesterday after
The Walaleale of the Inter-Island
fleet, arrived yesterday from Hana
maulu with 3,500 bags of Bugar.
As soon as the lumber is out of the
hold of the Alice Cook she will take
on sugar for San Francisco
Yesterday morning two "Island
ctftflmpra wem discharging their car-
yesterday the old reliable interroga-j goes of sugar into the Iholds -of the
uuii, J-o ii iiui euyugu lur y.uuj was: yv. il. Uimona ana ine o. Alien,, j.
put in the shade, giving place to thef The John Currier is out over, 'a
more modern weapon, "Has the Sierra month mow, from Seattle, with a cargo TAKES ENTIRE CHARGE OF REAL.
been sighted yet?" " ' of lime: brick and hay. ' - AND PERSONAL ESTATES.
Whenever a whistle of . any kind Two men deserted from the French i
blew Itself, people uptown were imme-., bark Bossuet .the night before., last, f
diately on the jump for the Sierra, and stealing a boat belonging to the vessel COLLECTS AND REMITS INCOME
when, shortly before noon, the Mio. to accomplish their- purpose. -Th new; ! AT. REASONABLE RATES.
wera from the Colonies was sighted,-captain for-the French -bark Aa-.exrlf
and the regular three whistles were ' r ttd to .arrive on the Sierra.. Thai i
blown announcing the coming of a" vessel will then continue on .toer8,YPF-1 ENTS SAFES AND STORES VALU-
steamer, many persons hastily arrived aga.to ihe Sound, ..... . . - ,M j ABLES IN WELL GUARDED,
at the conclusion that it was the The Rio de Janeiro is due. fronv San BURGLAR AND FIRE PROOF
Sierra, and forthwith hurried to the Francisco tomorrow. There U. a dob- ? VAULT8.
ibilitv of her erettine; in -this .even
ing.-' t ' .i-v.'" j
The Norwegian steamer Borregaard J ACTS AS TRUSTEE, GUARDIAN,
arrived lately at Burry .Port. LlaneUy.l' ADMINISTRATOR.
and brought details of a disastrous
collision in Cardigan bay, resulting in
the loss of eighteen lives and the. sinkr TRUST FUNDS AND TRUST IN-
ing of two steamers. On board, thelj VESTMENTS ARE KEPT SEP
Borregaard were nineteen survivors, h
J 1L. 1 J X 1U1 . n 1 . A LIT I
ana mey uau a ivrnuie taie w wti. i
The vessel in collision were the Gof-Ji
don Castle, a Glasgow steamer, and.
the HambnrEr fiteamer SStorman. ' Tile"
from the West Coast of Africa wjth
iron ore for Barrow-in-Furness, wbije )
the German -vessel was- bounds 'from I
Manchester to Hamburg with . a genr
eral cargo. The collision occurred, at
night in Cardigan bay, at a poin
about fourteen miles west of the. light,
ship. At the time of the disaster, the
sea was smooth, but there waa a. dense,
fog. Immediately after the collision
rf-n a 11. . j. in
stone, while the Storman- remained J ,L2piull olOCK
waterfront to see the new vessel ar
rive In port.
When the Sierra failed to put in an
appearance all day, there was consid
erable talk of. the possibility of,
something having happened to her
machinery. But the agents felt not
the least anxiety in her regard, bellev-.
ing that the new boat was delayed at
San Francisco on account of the late
ness of the English mail. At this time
of the year it is a common tniug for
the overland trains to be blocked in
the Rockies by the great snow storms.
Some1 mall steamers were as much as
two days late about this time last yea'
for the same reason.
On Friday the Rio de Janeiro is due
to arrive from San Francisco. If by
any possibility the Rio should arrive
here before the Sierra and report that
the Sierra had left San Francisco be
fore she, the Rio, had departed, then
there would be some cause for anxiety
and, In all probability, the Fearless
would be sent to look for her and
bring her in. Of course, there Is Just
the possibility of a broken shaft or
some other trouble with the machinery
of the splendid vessel, and she may
be drifting. This is not thought to b?
the case, however, and the lateness of
the mails is held ' responsible for the
Sierra'B non-appearance, up to tha
THE FEARLESS "RUBBERS." '
.Orej&teTflay mornlng- the (hf Fearless
took the Norwegian 'bark Pjrkice, Victor
to sea. The Victor is bound" for Port
land In ballast v - - l '-
It was remarked-by "observers 'from
the shore that the Fearles" took the
Norwegian unusually far but' before
letting' her go. Captain Brokaw
thought, doubtless, that he 'might just
as well kill two fowls-with : one rock,
and went a little farther out with the
vessel than usual to see if there wa3
any sign of the Sierra,
Von Holt Block, King St.
A. H. OTlS.
Lots For Salei
82 FINE LOTS IN TIIE
paging kiq nnn
Prices from $500 and up.
MAP AND PARTICULARS CAN BE HAD BY CALLING ON
MRS. L. A. GUUCK,
RESIDENCE ON THE PREMISES.
Incorporated under the T,
Territory J ? of
I?"P CAPITAL. Jon...
UNDIVDED PROFITS. ,
OFFICERS AND DlR
Charles M. Cook.,
P. C. Jones V.V PreiM...
C. H. Cooke .... Vl( Prt14tii
Solicits the Account. .
porations, Trusts. Indlviduair,.0
DremDtlv anH no....,,- ual8 tafl WW
business connected with tl?,3! 10
trusted to it. Sell and p.T'
eign Exchange, Isaue LfE?TJ
Ordinary and Term tw ,.
and Interest minwl T- lu
with rules and condition.
passbooks, copies of w&h ,rK
on appUcatlon. may u kU
Judd Building, Port
CLAUS SPRECKELS. WM. G. ffi
I h Dn
HONOLULU, H. T.
HPVim XTAmr. lB
ARATE AND APART FROM THE
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY.
40 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. T.
P. O. Box 447.
Hawaii Land Co.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevad
tlonal Bank of San Francisco
LONDON The Union Bank of Lena
NEW TORK-American Exchant. Ni.
tional Bank. s . .
CHICAGO-Merchants National Ban
PARIS Credit Lyonnals.
BERLIN Dreedaner Bank.
HONGKONG AND T0K0HA1U
t Hongkong and Shanghai Banxlu
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALU
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER-Bu
of British North America.
iiaQsact a General BaiiKtno 5 ixcriGnoe Eisura
Deposits received. Loans made on A
proved Security, Commercial and Ttit.
elers' Credits Issued, Bills of Eickuac
OUUgUl O.L1U DOIO.
above water nearly au hour, giving ranUl najj CCC hnn
n I mlvn w a nra w . . A Vm ova Vl Aia b a ffnr
auu vicai cs. rt wlj . A.wua au wui 1 ,
the collision there was nothing. left tQli ' OFFICERS.
ftiiuw wtuii uu v.uueu cVi . f ;w & jj prudent Jk Mtn
strav nieces of wreckaee. Meanwhile h"
hA crw rf th Storm nn enrveedftd .1b. 'M. K. Nakuin..... Vice-President
getting into their, boats - and.: thy jj. Makalnal Trunrti
managed to pick up four survivors Enoch Johnson Secretary
irum uie uuruun vhbii. Aiuuug tutiu f Xeaka................AUdltO
was. .MfB.uisey, . wue.oi we capin'.u.ij;
l ne. wflLue yauy was ,iaier. v,u i BOARD"OF DLBJBCTOR
or me voesier scnooner. ,.iiixcesjur, i
and subsequently transferred, to the,Jonak Kumalaa,
Borregaard and by her taken. io Purry I; , J. Makalnal,
Port. On their arrival the shp- J. W. Biplkaa.
wretsea pcreuus were La.t;if uucuge. yi
by the dock officials, and . .conveyed
later in the day. to Cardiff sand, New
port.: . - - , ... t
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Th above Company will buy, leaa
or sell lands In all parts of tk Ha
waiian Islands; and also has Houses la
the City of Honolulu for rent.
..Dfec. 21' !
...... ...... J-ec. t
Tha .WAathAp lvaa Hull crVi t f n 1 i n A
.. . . 1 r rr.i c t-co-uid a
sniiiviimei wiia very cieai. i ue rug- ,..
ged outline1 of the Island of Molokal -K10 de Janeiro S: F. .'
stood 6ut clear-cut against the sky, Warrimoo Victoria . .
and the eye could have spotted an ap-;Clty of Peking Yokohama .
proachlng steamer by her smoke long Coptic S. F. .. .. ......
before' she could lift herself over the - DEPART.
sharp edge, of the (horizon. Steamers For. "
: The Fearless saw nothing' of the ' Sierra Colonies . . ...
Sierra, but she spied the Miowera com-'J d,e Janeiro-Yokohama .
, . i Warrimoo-Colonies . . .....
S "lT . ' lu xi of Peklng-S, F ......VJDec. 25
The Prince Victor, when the Fear- Coptic Yokohama . . ......V.Dec. 29
less lei go oi ner, naa a gooa start,
and was moving easily on her way
when the tug took in her line" and
started for the harbor,
MIOWERA FROM THE COT.ONIES.
; At 11:15 o'clock yesterday morning
the Canadian-Australian steamship
Miowera was sighted from the Colo
nies. Shortly after noon she was along.
side the Pacific Mail wharf, and im-
ii i' - yi n
IlLUlilllULU U UllLUIIIIt
H. P. Baldwin .U.-. President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
;W. M. Alexander. Second Vice President
o. P. Cooke. Treasurer
W. O. Smith .... Secretary and Auditor
Notice to Shipmasters, ' '
U. 8. Branch Hydrorraphic Offlc.
San Francisco. Cai. .
By communlcatitis with the Branch lis-.
drcsraphio Office In San Francisco, cap-
1 . - 1 - M 1 W A t 1 1 nn bt1.1i
'he Ilylrographlc Office by recording; the
meteorological observations suggested by
th office, can have forwarded to them' at
any desired port, and free of expense, the
li V f commenced to discharge ocean, and the latest Information regard
coal In bags to be . used by the next K, . the danger to navlgaUon In the wa.
ooai oi me company which happens to , ers which they frequent.
be in need of coal.
F. A. Hemenway Is the commander
oi me Aiiowera. The vessel sailed
Mariners are requested to report to the
office dangers discovered, or any other
information which can be utilized for cor-
from Sydney on tbe 3d instant at 1:15 11" fbarts or sailing dlrecMons, or Id
North Pacific. CO. CALKINS.
' A snappy smoke for snappy people.
2tlb Hawaiian Tobacco Co.'s Stores,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Streets.; and Hotel, opposite Bethel St.
PECK & CO., DISTRIBUTORS
tolitfalefl Mi Water fforti
UssUnade, corner Allen and Fort Its
p. m., cleared Sydney Head on hour
later and arrived at Brisbane at 9:35
a. m. on the 5th, sailing from Brisbane
on the 7th, at 1:20 a. m.
The Aorangi was passed fit 2 p. m. of
the same day. Moderate to fresh wind3
were experienced, with showery
weather, until the equator was passed,
when fresh to moderate northeast
trades were met with and a rough head
sea was experienced to within a day
or two of the Islands, after whicH
fine weather was enjoyed until the ves
Passengers for Honolulu were:
Messrs. Cook. Finck. Fernlev
Auliffe. H. Bellmaine ia ith nnraor nf
CREW IN TIIE SOUP.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. I9.w-There
was a free fight among the runners
for different sailor boarding houses
and others on the decks of the ship
I. F. Chapman, which arrived at the
Spreckela Sugar Refinery wharves on
Saturday, from the Hawaiian Island:-.
There was no blood lost, but lots of
iup was spilled on the decks of the
U. 8. N.. In Charge.
At a formal evening affair It is not
deemed polite to ask a lady - with
whom you have danced but once if she
wears store teeth. " ' i
Avoid provincialisms. Say shop
teeth rather than store teeth, if you
would be thought well bred.
What a User Das to Say!
II -AT THE
tfiiimnnirm nn nnn
C ALIFORM A FEED CO.,
Agents "Arabic" ;
GENTLEMEN: It affords
me great pleasure to say, that our
iron roof, 1,400 square yards,
covered bu your "Arabic" Com
pound is very satisfactory. The
" v"":u uu iue aecKS or tne , t 1 J j? i 2-
fleet clipper before the melee ended, lieaf un Olir roof before you
auu a a result tne police have made ' pamtea tt. icas almost unoear-
. """i ca.peci to matte more
in the future. The trouble arose over
the keen competition between the run
ners for business, the sailors promis
ing one man and leaving with another
The result was a general fist fight.
One of the crew of the ship finally de
cided to end the .'.matter. He made
Jo,!r?8HP th,e eey and scattered
rr?lP llU?n? left over the fighting
Sn' i.081 DO tlme ln dispersing
from the slippery decks and scattered
out of sight along the wharves.
The Canadian-Australian steamship
Miowera sailed for: Victoria and Van-
able, note it feels like an ice house
compared to ichat it was. It is
more than lb UtiUlitiKS COOL
ER. 1 can recommend the "Ara
bic" to those who want cool iron
CITY FEED STORE
by C. A. SCUMIDT.
California Feed Ccmp'y
Are Agents for the Arabic Compound.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Company,
Haiku Sugar Company,
i Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company,
, Hawaiian Sugar Company,
: - Kahulul Railroad Company,
Tha California & Oriental Steamship Co
: ESTABLISHED IN 18SJ.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A- GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
,; Credit issued, available in all the
Principal Cities of the "World.
" INTEREST allowed after July L 1898,
on fixed deposits: 7 days' notice, 2 per
ent (this form will not bear interest
unless it remains undisturbed for one
month); 3 months, S per cent; months
8 per cent; 12 months, 4 per eent.
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., LTD
ton. G. Irwin ..President and Manager
Claus Spreckels... First Vice President
M. GlfTard... Second Vice President
I. M. Whitney Jr. ..Treasurer and Sec,
! orgs W. Ross Auditor
! AND ' .
' . AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Company
L Of Sari Francisco, CaL
H. W. FOSTER & CO.,
Gold and Silversmiths
FINE WATCH REPAIRINO,
GRAVING and DIAMOND-SETTING
IAJ1 Goods and Work Guarantiee
BISHOP & CO,
Office at bank building on Mtrtki
Savings Deposits will be receive! iM
Interest allowed by thla Bank at turn
and one half per cent per annum
Printed copies of the Rules and B
nlations may be obtained on m&i
Honolulu, September 7. 18&
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE EM
Paid Dp Capital .
tared Fond , .
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA
On Fixed Deposit for 13 montti, f
cent per annum.
On Fixed Deposit for 8 months, W 1
cent per annum.
On Fixed Deposit for S montti. 1 9
cent per annum.
Tbe bank buys and reeelvei for
lection Bills of Exchange, lo
Drafts and Letters of Credit and u
acts a general banking busln-
Branch of Yokohama Specie B&ni.
New Republic Building, Honolnln.
C. BREWER &C0.LD
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I
Hawaiian Agricultural Company. 0
mea Sugar Company, Honomu
Company, Wailuku Sugar CMP
AmeHcan Sugar Company.
gar Company. Ookala Sngr t
tion Company. H1? uju&
Company, Kapapala Ranen,
Planters' Line, r " ..fBMW
Charles Brewer & Co a
Agents for Philadelphia Boara
Standard Oil Company.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooker PreildentjOeorf
Robertson, Manager; E. o w f
Treasurer and Secretary, w
Alien, A""""'1 - Tv.otor.
house, G. R. Carter, Directory
KEI HIN BANK. LTD.
change B-- 0
BEAD OFFICE - TOIW
" i CH
b. r. J. " c
LEWERS & W
toportert nd Dealers to
414 Fort Strt
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