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THE PACIFIC COM1IEBGIAL ADVERTISER: flONOLDLtf, 21, JSCtt.
THE FACIFIC
Commercial Advertiser
3ikUr4 at the Foetofflce at Honolulu,
H. T., Second-class Matter.
Issued Every Morning Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY.
i Ton Holt Bldck. Kin Street.
A. W. PEARSON.
' Business Manager.
TIME TABLE. -Frca
anl'after Jan. 1, 1900.
f OUTWARD.
ItatVma. ex.
Sun.
a.m.
BmMo 7:19
Pr) City 8:09
Iw4 XIU.. 8:33
Wslaa .....
Walaiua ... .....
Kafeaku... .....
Dally Dally Daily Dally Dally
ex.
Sun.
-Bi.-. a.m. p.m.
:15 11:06 :15
9:48 11:40 8:47
10:08 12:00 4:05
10:50 4:45
11:65 . 6:40
12:32 6:15
p.m.
6:10
6:30
1:10
Stations.
INWARD.
Dally Dally Dally Dally
. ex.
Sun.
z , w a.m,
Kansas . . ......
Watalna ......
Pearl City..
IIoaolnlD'.
O. P. DEN I SON,
Superintendent.
6:16
6:60
ex.
Sun.
a.m.
6:35
6:10
7:10
7:45
8:03
8.35
p.m.
1:05
1:30
2:05
F. C. SMITH,
6. P. T. A.k
p.m
2:08
2:50
3:65
4:32
4:62
6:26
1UETEORO LOGICAL. RECORD
Published
Of th Government Surveys,
Every Monday.
Arnaud, Jas. Aldcroft, Geo. H. Eart-
I. -tt, S. Benjamin and wife, C. Iilogg,
Geo. O. Brewster, V. I. Clezy-Brown 1
and. wife, Prof. A. N. Cobb, wife and
child; Mins D. Cobb, Miss Freda Cobb,
Ml.-s M. Cobb, Master Roger Cobb,
Master Victor Cobb, A. Coie, A. Davis,
Miss S. Goldberg, G. M. Hawthorne,
II, D. Heather and wITe, H. H. Hin
shaw ami wife, L. tl. Littlefield, G. A.
L.:tz'.Tberger, Mrs. H. Lloyd. J. F.
Mc-Dermott. A. I. McLean, II. Nelson
and wife.'H. A. Palmer, Chas. Peiinell,
C. De V. Pery, Mrs. F, Smyth, Mrs.
C. P. Thomas, K. Watt, Mm. M. L.
Whipple. J; in at Honolulu for Paso
Pago Mrs. Morrow and child. Mrs. G.
D. Mumford and child. Join at Hono
lulu for Auckland J. Derrig and wife,
.b.in at Honolulu for Sydney A. H.
Davies, II. F. Davies, Mrs. Frank Wal
ker and child. For Honolulu Second
Cabin A. C. Alexander, wife and three
children. FT. F. Berry and wife. M. Hil-
le. J. Brasguler. Walter Campbell, Max
Captan. Mrs. H. Conlon, G. II. Cor-
dier, Mrs. J. T. Cordier, W. J. le
Hoer. T. H. Duncan, s. u. Harris, Airs.
W. L. Henkels and three children. Mrs.
It: Kotzran. Miss M. Kotzran, James
Kirk, Mrs. F. M. Lechner, Chas. Le
Ixng, Mrs. E. L. McAlpine, Mrs. C.
Melrose, O.' J. Morse, Geo. Murphy,
J. H. Nlshwitz, wife and child, Miss
Pogue. Mrs. It. H. RIddley. Mrs. M.
A. Robinson, A. T. Ross. Mrs. C. A.
Schmidt and three children, Mrs. A.
Sherman, T. B. Smith, wife and two
children. Mrs. G. R. Storer and child.
F. T. Sullivan, J. T. Tregloan, Miss
Van Derllng. A. C. Vestal. A. B. Wey
mouth. Mrs. H. A. Williams. Mrs. R.
K. Zemalt. For Auckland Second
Cabin G.-A. Brown. B. N. Christen
srn. R.. A. Jones, W. D. MeCurdie.
Mrs. A. Taylor. J. W. Workman. For
Sydney, Second Cabin II. II . Boett
gar, J. H. Brake, A. Burden. Mrs.
J. A. Burden. Misses Burden (f E.
Hawken. A. W. Jimcker. W. Wrhe1an.
NEWS OF WORLD
CONDENSED
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, December 20, 1900.
HAMS OF STOCK.
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2-4
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Barometer corrected to S3 F. and sea
levml, and for standard gravity of Lat. 45.
This correction Is .06 for Honolulu;
TIDES, SUN AND MOON. .
a.n.i
Wm. 17 l M
rati. W l 58
wsa i a 8i
rav. so in
mi. 31 I 40
tel.. 23 4.1
m.. as! 4 &i
mm 34l s.ao
J-SrM5 I If
5 1 5:1 si a tl
It. p.mJp.m. U.m
16.22.bs
1 8 1 0ft
2 0 17
6.11
".50
7-30
a.m
8 20 81 6 22;
9.05 6 82 6 ZA
9 45 6 32 6 22
I
Rise
2.48
8 89
4 iO
2 1 4I 8 10 10 71 6.33 1.23 5.24
2 2! 8 8 I 8 12 10 67 M 5 24 17
III iSt-tii
2 2i 4.19 9.M11 82 6 84 5 24 6 80
I P-ni.' I
3 15 Oi 10.2: i2 04 6 84 ft 24 7.2
3 0' 6 02 H 13 K 4a 6 3 8 2l 8 29
New. noon on the 21st at 1:31 p. m.
Times of tide are taken from the
United States Coast and Geodetla Sur
rey Ubles. .
Tb Udea at Kanulul and Hllo occur
akout one hour earlier than at Honolulu.
Hawaiian st anMrd time la 10 hours 80
mlnutea slower than Greenwich time, be
ing that of the meridian of 157 degree SO
minute. The time whistle blows at 1 JO
9 aa which Is the same as Greenwich,
hours t minutes. Sun and moon ars for
local time for the whole group.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Merc ant i lb.
0. Brewer A Co
SCOAS.
Swa
Hamoa
IJb w.;Agricaltari.l Co
rinw.A'om.' A Bug. Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Honoisv
Honokaa
Haiku
Kahnku
liamaloSng.Co.Lt.a
" Paid up
Klhei Plan. Co.LC a
" Paldnp
KlpabtUu.
Roloa
Eona 8ugar Co.
Maunalel 8. Co., Am J
Paid up
StcBryde 8. Co.Lt. A i
Paid ap j
Sahlku Sugar Co. A j
M Paid ap (
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea.
Ookala
01 aa Sugar Co. LtAa i
. Paid up i
Olowalu....
Paanh aa Bug. Plan. Co
Paciflc
Paia
Pepeekeo..
fioneer
Waialua Agr. Co
Walanae
Wailnku
Waimanalo...
aimea
ST&UfSHrF Cos.
Wilder S. 8. Co..
tnter-Ialand 8. 8. Co.
MiacaxLAintoo
Hawaiian Elective uo.
Hon. Kp. Tr. A Ld. Co.
uon. Hteam iaunary
Mutual Telephone Co.
Makata Cof Co.Pdnp
U. n. a L. Vo.. ......
People's Ice & Kel.Co.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL
TION, Dec. 20, 10 p. m. Weather, clou-
dy; wind light, N.
-
.. AIUtlVED AT HONOLULU.
Thursday, December 20.
O. B. 8, Sierra, Houdlette, 7, days 4
hcure from San Francisco, with 163
passengers for Honolulu. 83 through
and 11 to Join , here; freight for this
port, 72 packages hardware, 185 pack
ages merchandise, 89S packages fruit,
375 packages' vegetables, 2,70 packages
meats, game and oysters, 174 cases but
ter, 475 kegs beer.
;
SAILED FROM HONOLULU.
Thursday, December 20.
Am. nc.hr., Jofcn A. Campbell. Smith,
for Port Townuend In ballast.
" ; DUE TODAY.
P. M. 8. S. City of Rio de Janeiro
from San Francisco December 13.
TO HAIL TODAY.
0. S. S. Sierra. Houdlette, for Pago
Patro, Auckl:ud ami Sydney, at 12 noon.
P. M. S. 8. City of Kio de Janeiro,
Ward, for the Orient.
1. I. stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Eleele,
at 4 p. m.
IL N. gas. sehr. Eclipse, for'Lahaina,
Klhel, Makena and Kona, at 5 p. m.
PASSENGERS.
Arrived.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S. Si-rTa.-
December 20. Cabin Passengers
Mrs. L. C. Abies and twj children T
W. Alln and wife, S. M. Ballou. Geo.
T. Beckley, J. E. Bird, Dr. A. E.
Blake, Mra. L. V. Bond, Jno. Boyle
Miss K. Boyle, E. T. Chambers, Geo!
It. Collins, Mrs. K. Cooper, Miss K. H
Cooper. R. J. English. Miss ??. Fertrul
son. Miss C. W. Flanders. Miss M L
Flanders. Miss M. s. Flanders. Mrs. j;
B. Frazir. Jude C. A. Galbraith and
m q J 7: Gale J- Gandall, M. Green,
M. S. Orlnbaum and wife, M. E. Gross
rnan W. W. Hall. Miss S. Hebels. C.
I . Hippely and wife. I. Hlnnelv and
v-;lfe. Capt. M. Hoiiellberir Mrf J A
Hopper, Miss t. Hopper. F. o! IIolvl
helser. E L. Hughes and wife A
Hunt W O. Irwin. H. Isenberg c"
iinion, .Mrs. H. j. Johnston n '
Kahn O. T. Kelley, J. A. Kenned v. .1.
v , iseyston. jr.. s. II. iTn,i- Vt.
C, I.Indholm, Miss Llndholm,' Miss
McKlnlev. J. T.. mvto.,
Nulty. Mrs. A. M. Mellis. Mr'c T
ler. Miss L. Morgan, Mrs. J. E. Mur
phy Miss J Murray. Mrs. J; E. Owens
S.:S. Paschal and wife. S, Pelser, F
K. Prklris. E. W. Peterson and wife,
'I; pItt flT"1 w,fe- Tlenton.
miss E. Robertson. George Ross and
wjf. c. F. Schermerhorn, H. B
Fchroetke. c. E. Smith. F. C. Smith.
C. H. Springer L. n . Rtrn. or,
wire. w. .
Stanford will play football ' Christ
mas. - . -
SCir Arthur Sullivan left a large es
tate Senator Clay of Georgia Is opposing
the subsidy bill.
The contract for the Uganda railroad
bridges has gone to America.
The debate on the revenue bill open
ed In the House December 11.
Charles Dickens, the new comman
der of the Oregon, Is now In San
Francisco.
Sir Charles Warren has been nomi
nated commander of the British troops
in Canada.
Advices from London state that
England will probably reject the Nic
aragua treaty.
A provision has been made for the
removal of Blossom Rock from San
Francisco lay. ' v
Miss Amelia Bahrs, sister of Judga
Bahrs of San Francisco, committed sui
cide December 10.
Rev. Father M. Grosso was the vic
tim of American swindlers, by which
they profited 150,000..
Lord Roberts, with bis wife and
daughters, sailed for England Decem
ber 11, on the Canada.
The poljce report of the Paris ex
position shows' over 13,000 arrests.
The poet, Kipling, has sailed fqr
Cape Town under hia doctor's orders.
His lungs are said to be failing. .
General Ian Hamilton will receive a
high appointment in the English War
Office for 'his services In Africa,.
President McKlnley has announced
that he will visit California in the
spring, accompanied by Mrs. McKln
ley.
The Californian Press Association
have adopted plans for an excursion to
New Orleans In February for the Mar
di Gras.
Our consular service is to be re
STA- i organized, framed on business .lines,
and politics eliminated if Representa
tive Aldrich s bill goes through.
The supplementary estimates put
before the House of Commons on the
11th Instant, amounted to 180,000,000
for the British army on account of the
Boer war.
A veteran of the civil war has be
come wealthy in his old age through a
gold mine he discovered last March.
He received on the 11th instant $100,.
000 for it.
Many children were injured in a
wild panic in Chicago through a false
cry of fire. Fifteen hundred little tots
struggled madly and several may die
of their Injuries.
Lieutenant Colonel Owen, Lieuten
ant Klrby and Surgeon Johnson have
been cashiered by the English War
Office a.the result of hazing a lieuten
ant named Steed.
Mrs. Garcia of Arizona was fright
ened to death by supposed danger. She
was on a railroad bridge and Heard a
train whistle. She fainted and never
regained consciousness.
A watch meeting is to be held on the
night of December 31st In 15.000
towns of the United States. The
hymn "Old Hundred" to be sung sim
ultaneously at midnight.
Under- date of December 8 a report
from' Washington states that the plan
for a cable to Tatposh Island has been
approved by . Secretary Wilson of the
Agricultural Department.
Bonds.
Haw. Govt. 6 per cent
Haw. Govt. 6 ner cent.
Haw. Govt. Postal Sa
vin ge VX per cent
Hllo R. R. Co. 6 per Ct.
on. R.T.4L Co....
Ewa Plantation 0 p C.
vi. K.gn. i;o
Oahu Plant, 4 p. c. .
Capital
1,000,000 I 100
5,000,000
175,000
1,000,000
2.812.7&0
2,000,000
760.000
2.C00.0U)
5011,000
6O0.(W0
225)6u0
250,000
1,080,000
1,600,000
160.000
800,000
600,000
405,000
100,000
832,500
1,650,000
,600,000
1,000.000
' 600,000
812,600
2,500,000
15000
6,000,000
600,000
750,008
750,000
2,000,000
4,500,000
800,000
700,000
252,000
125,000
600,000
500,000
. 250,000
250.000
25,000
139,000
40,000
2100,000
150,000
Bid
laik
2i
S9
100
100
100
100
155
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14
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For Rent
A thoroughly modern, 7
room house, nearly new; has
electric lights, shower bath,
etc. -
- -
Fine Location
Rental, $40 per month. Ten
ant must be prepared to pay
$500 for the $700 worth of fur
niture In the house. -
APPLY TO
Oceanic Stea:
111 fmnw
- HcClellan, Pond 6 Co,,
Tel. Main 69. Judd Building.
Business men
can save
many hours
TIME TABLE-
f or Sa" Fran
The fine Passenger Steamers of this line
hereunder:
From San Francisco.
"Cr" ' DeC. 18 7.x:-
Alameda j7n I "idVp03a
, , ,, Jan- Zealandia
Zealandla .....Jan. 23 Sierra
Sonoma .....Jan ?i k, ,
Mariposa JX
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Ventura Meh. n I
'SCO,
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--Ian j
JaiJ
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114
............ ........,.'
In connection with the aailma: of th k
pared to Issue, to Intending paaseneers. rZ ame". the
San Francisco, to all points In the uSghc ckti b? Ja
V Bteamshlp Une to all Eurot4an nnrVBnItei 8ttM. t
. - Mun
road, trom
York by any
FOR FURTHER PARTICULAP.a APPLY
'---".v.uw.a AFPLT TO
Wm G. IRWIN & Co
LIMITE D
General Agents Oceanic S
S Co
Mi i! iiiD Sim.
Sessioh Sales Five AV'alalua, $117.50;
1J McI3i--de, assessable,' $10.
Between Hoards Fifty Waialua, $113:
100 Meliryde, paid up. $14.50.
'
REAL FSTATE TRANSACTIONS.
December -12th.
No. 6975 W. F. Frear to L. L. Ms-
Candless; one-third of Gr. 233; Moku
lela, Waialua, Oahu. .Consideration $1.
No. 697 G. Ako to Wine Sansr: tor-
tion Gr. 2789. Walkikl. Honolulu: Oa
hu. Consideration $27. .
No. 6978 Jan Chan Men et al. to Sam
Fat; portion Gr. 2789. Walkiki. Hono
lulu. Oahu. Consideration $2,400.
December 13. No. 6983 W. C. Aehl
and wife to Mrs. G., Correia; lots 16. 17.
13 ana i, diock 1. Kalulani tract. Ho
nolulu, Oahu. Consideration $800.
No. 6985 F. L. Dortch to J. L. Oork.
burn; lot 17 and portion lot 16, block 5,
ruunui tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Consid
eration $2,250.
No. 6986 A. S. Borba and wKe to A.
M.,Borges; portion R. P. 7621, kul. 2655,
Pahihi, Waihee, Maui. , Consideration
$400. - - -
December' 14. No. 6987 H. Iten and
wife to P. Adler; lots 121 and 122, Gr.
4310, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii. Considera
tion $1. - , , c
No. 6994 W, E. Brown and wife to
A. Young; lots 3, 4, 5, 6, block 17, And
piece land; lots 4, 5, 6, 10, HT'12, blk. 19,
Kewalo tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Con
sideration $9,000. J '
There It not an ounce of headache
in a, barrel of it, Jease Moore "AA"
Whiskey. Try It and see for yourself.
5 PlCTQi
Accross, the Continent
From t
SAN FRANCisCO-PORTLAND
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland.
Occidental & Oriental S.S.
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honoini it. 1
or about the dates below mentioned- 1 "onolul uand ley,
on or about the dates below mentioned
For Japan and China.
For San Franciwu.
Pullrrfan 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.,
H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third St., Portland, Cre.
D. Vr.- HITCHCOCK, General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
Cal.,
Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Nebraska.
Classified Advertisements.
WANTED.
A COTTAGE for two young men. Ad
nress j. tnis omce. 5733
GOOD child-nurse wanted; Portuguese
who can speak English, preferred. Ad
dress F. M. 77. , 5730
POSITION WANTED. ;
YOUNG man desires position as ship
ping clerk, or assistant bookkeeper;
references. Address M., Advertiser.
5734
Only mree Days to GDlcogo
only Filis lo
new York
RIO DE JANEIRO .
AMERICA MARU . .
I PEKING . .......
GEILXO
HONGKONG MARU.
china : . .
NIPPON MARU . ...
RIO DE JANEIRO . ..
COPTIC . . .
AMERICA MARU . .
PEKING . .
GAELIC .:
DEC. 21
DEC. 29
JAN. 5
JAN. 15
JAN. 23
......JAN. 31
FEB. 8
FEB. 16
FEB. 26
..MARCH 6
..MARCH 14
..MARCH 22
..MARCH 30 1 CHINA
...APRIL 6 j DORIC
PEKING . . .
GAELIC
HONGKONG MARU'
CHINA 1
DORIC
NIPPON MARU . .
RIO DE JANEIRO .
COPTIC
AMERICA MARU . .
PEKING
GAELIC
HONGKONG MARU
...DEC.f
JAX
JA.N.1
JAS, 1
m
mi
......mi
JtARCH
..MARCS
..march 1
...MASCHi
....APRIL
....APRIL
H.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd
WM. R. CASTLE, JR.,
Real Estate
Agent.
MERCHANT STREET, OPPOSITE
POSTOFFICE.
FOR SALE.
A GENTLE roan mare, harness, phae
ton and everything complete; prke!
$150. Inquire at this office. ' " 5733 j
FOR RENT. j
TWO furnished cottages for light
housekeeping and several furnished
rooms, to let; reasonable rates; 61J
Hotel street. 5731
WAIKIKI Excellent Property for Sale
and for Lease. ,
MOOO Kapahulu Road: Entire block for
.sale as a whole or In parts; good
cottage on the grounds.
$240 Kalia Road: Six lots for lease
at a monthlv rental of onlv $20.
$7500 Beretania Street: Very desirable jwARRIMOO
ana central resmence on tne cor- 1 MIOWERA
ner 01 ueretania ana victoria,
100 by 150; terms easy.
$1SOO lieckwith Street: Two lots 60 by
200, with frontage on the Rapid
Transit; part cash and the rest
in monthly payments or on a
mortgage.
Lanaoian-Aosiranan Koyai p.
Steamship Company.
' Ste&jnerfl of the ivhnv 11nf running in cnrmAMtnn with thi
ji.CD7IC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, R aDdBrT.H
S. and calling a Victoria, B. C. Honolulu, and Brlib&ne, Q, in
, . JDu.e sit 2oncl-a.ln.
On or about the dates below stated, via,:
FROM VANCOXTVKR AND VICTORIA B, C. 1 FROM BYDNST, BWHBA5I1M
For Brisbane. Q., and Sydney:. j For Victoria and Vantoorer, a t:
WARRIMDO . DEC. 22 AORANGI
MIOWERA . JAN. 19 WARRIMOO . . .
AORANGI . . , FEB. 16 MIOWERA
WARRIMOO MARCH 16 AORANGI
MIOWERA APRIL 13 WARRIMOO JJii
AORANGI MAY 11 MIOWERA JurJ
JUNE 8 AORANGI
JULY 6
lm
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited." Is now wiw
, Making the run In 100 hours wlthout change. The finest railway
the worla. s. ml K
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Btw 1
rope. , .
For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply w
M.
K.
LONQ VOYAGE ENDS.
RAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 11. The
French bark Eugenie Fautrel arrived
today from Swansea after a voyage of
356 days.
The vessel had a most eventful voy
age since she started for this port, al
most a year ago. Severe storms were
encountered in the Atlantic and on
March 29 last the bark put into Buenos
Ayres with her rudder broken and
much damage to the rigging and hull.
On April 2 the bark was surveyed
and it was found that extended repairs
were necessary. This work occupied
several months and the Eugenie Fau
f did not resume her voyage until
V Member 19. She put into Montevideo
September 23 and sailed again the
h. i?o day.
The Fautrel is consigned to Balfour.
.ulhrle & Co. Captain Combine Is In
command. '
The Russian barkentine Bering,
which visits this port annually, was
reported this. afternoon bound in from
Petropaulovoski.
The reinsurance on the shin T?at.
iwn. now out 68 days from Yokohama
t
TWO nicely furnished rooms in ' pri-
aie lamuy tzz ueretania street, two
doors from1 feed store. 5732
ONE large and one small furnished
room at 60B Cottage Walk. School
St., between Fort and Nuuanu. 5731
TWO large rooms; ..all conveniences;
hot and cold bath. Apply to Mrs. E.
M. Taylor, Klnau St., near Alapai.5731
Information concerning these and
many other desirable pieces of property
can be obtained at the above address.
Theo. H. Davies & Co , Ltd, Gen'l
CHAS. BREWER & C0S
FURNISHED rooms, centrally located,
at 1050 Richards St. 5729
New York Line flmpripn
Bark NUUANU will sail from NEW I 11)1
VflTl XT tnw nnVnT TIT TT nn khniu - W IWU
a aAa . vra aaxaw w W a va V Skvvu
DecembeiTiO, 1900.
IQ
FURNISHED and unfurnished cot
tages and rooms; three minutes walk
from Tram at old Waiklki, on beach;
sea bathing. Enquire Robert Col
lins, 28 North King St. 5719
Ptltt. E. W. Stroma .for Portland. unt i,n
'Tl. Swift. D. P. Thorns t ' ' t -a , . "Z"1' Da 1er cen
rj"im mu. v . . wan. cniid anrl
- maid; Mrs. Geo.Watt. F. R. Wills and
wife. E. C. Wlrgln and wife. Airs. G.
' K. Wlld-r, E." II. Wodehouse. Miss G.
Yoell. For Tas;o Tago-Mm. E. L.
Omven, Miss Graves, T. A. Temnle.
"wlf. maid and valet: E. I. Templ. For
Auckland T. Austin and wife, J. II.
Brown. C. E. Colbrook and wife. T.
P. Goodman and wife, E. Grave and
wife. Percy Crave, wife and two chil
dren; G. If. Lambon, Benj. K. Mor
ton, II. Wiener. For Sydney P. C.
DIED.
1 . -yyt-Ai in San Francisco. Decem
l r 11, 1900. James Alexander.
"1 husbar.d of Ellen Hopper, aged 63
j ars.
Funeral notice later.
r
A great deal of talent is lost In the
world for the want of a little courage
Sydney Smith.
LOST.
GENTLEMAN'S diamond ring,
turn to this office and receive
ward.
Ue-re-5730
THE MELROSE. King Strse
Board and rooms: all modem com
forts; electric lights; mosquito proof;
a quiet, refined home. King Btreet cars
pass tne door. Prices moderate. Tele-
pnone 3081 Blue.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS H ERICH V ntVTCM that
the Pearl City Cemetery will be open
tor interments on and after Monday,
November 5th, 1900. A special funeral
train wHl leave the railroad station at
p. m., dally, remaining at the
cemetery until after i 1 Inlormori f
The rates for transportation are one
lollar for the corpse, and fifty cents
cor the round trln fnr- mnui-nora
are now on sale at the office of
tne company, ranging in price from $10
uf according to location and size. No
or any nature.
AWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSO
CIATION. LTD. .
Room 3, Love Building, Fort St
For freight rates apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO
27 Kllby St Boston,
OR
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Honolulu.
0
Direct Service Between New York,
Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands
I
San
9. S. AMERICAN has left New York for this port via
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo, on October w- k on or befof Z
8. S. HAWAJtAN will be dispatched from New Tort on
ber SOth for San Francisco. Puget Souna ana ..... gooia
Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-secou-
Freight received
lyn, at all times.
NOTICE.
i
CHANGE OF SAILING, WILDER'S
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
OWING TO CHRISTMAS AND
New Year days falling on Tuesday, the
steamers KINAU, CLAUDINE and
LEHTJA will sail on Wednesday, De
cember 26th, and Wednesday, January
2d, at their regular hours, Instead of
on their regular days of sailing.. Re
turning, will arrive In Honolulu, as
near as possible on schedule time.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COM
PANY. 6727
EAGLE OYSfER HOUSE
Oysters Served in any Style.' . -
THRRITORIAL HAC.K STAND.
Corner Hotel and Nuuanu Streets. Tel
ephone Main 62. ; t
OPEN ALti NIGHT.
For further particulars, apply to
h HAnnpi n & C0m
LTD.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOB
ORDER YOUR ' CHRISTMAS SUIT
FROM
HOP CHAN
The Merchant Tailor,
'Read--the Advertiser'
75cts. a Month.
24 HOTEL STREET.
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