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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTTSEIt, HONOll, i SEPTEMBER 3, 1901.
1 , ff,:- i: r.;f'r i "th' T 1 Pi Canadian- Mail Steam Australian loyal ship Companj, . Steamers of the above line running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B C, and Sydney, nMK aTcaUInVat Victoria. B. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q.. are ID-cue at IKora.ol'uJu.- On or about the dates below stated, viz: " . ., from Sydney and Brisbane, for Vic toria and Vancouver, B. C: AORANGI . ..SEPT. 25 WOANA . . OCT. 23 MIOWERA . . NOV. 20(MOANA . . AnrtkVim .........DEC. 13 MIOWERA MO ANA . . JAN. 15 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C for Brisbane and Sydney; MIOWERA AORANGI . . ..SEPT. 23 ...OCT. 26 ...NOV. 23 ...DEC. 21 " THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Entered at the Postofflce at Honolulu, H. T., Second-class Matter. Issued Every Morning Except Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY. Von Holt Block; No. 65 South King St. A. W. PEARSON .... Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . For the United States (including Ha waii Territory): 8 months ...... ...$2 00 6 month 4 00 1 year; 8 00 Advertising rates on appllcation. The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited;", is now running daily BETWEEN VANCOU V-ttK A IN U JuyjN J. au raaiuug me i uu m w uuuid a. -i rriiA Anct mHwov eervino In tViA world. Through ticVets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu- . ' -i f.-9l -iJ. USi & iiiMdAM For freight and passage and all general Information, apply to Tlieo. fl. Dpies 1 Co., Ltd, Gen'Ugts. Tlrrio Toblo: - - . The fine Passenger Steamer of tola line will arrive and leave this port a hereunder: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. .SEPT. SEPT. ...OCT. OCT. ...OCT. ...OCT. ...NOV. NOV. UIUj. ....... BLtAMEDA encRRA . ILLAMEDA SONOMA . ALAMEDA VENTURA ALAMEDA HUERRA . ALAMEDA FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ALAMEDA . . ...SEPT. VENTURA . . SEPT. 18 ALAMEDA SEPT. 28 SIERRA OCT. ALAMEDA ..OCT. 19 SONOMA . . OCT. 13 ALAMEDA . . NOV. VENTURA . . .i ..NOV. ALAMEDA NOV. 29 . Ia connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre rd to Issue, to intending passengers, Coupon Through Tickets by any r&Uroad, from San Francisco, to all points In the United States, and from Wew York by any steamship line to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO Wm. G. IRWIN & Co BADLY GUT IN THE SIDE m UiDI , TIME TABLE. , . From and after Jan. 1, 1901. OUTWARD. Daily Dally Daily Dally Dally Station. Honolulu . Pearl City Ewa MM Waianae . Waialua . Katauku . . ex. Sun. a.m. . 7:10 .. 8:01 ...8:33 a.m. 9:15 9:48 10:08 10:60 11:56 12:32 INWARD. ex. . Sun. a.m. 11:05 11:40 12:00 p.m. 8:15 8:47 4:06 4:45 5:40 p.m. 6:10 6:30 600 1. (Station. Bun. " a.m. Kahuku Waialua Waianae . . . Ewa Mill 5:60 Pearl City 6:16 Honolulu 6:50 G. P. DENISON, Superintendent. Daily Dally Dally Dally , ex.' it ri a.m. r.m. 645 6:10 7:10 7:45 8:03 8:35 1:06 1:30 2:05 p.m. 2:08 2:50 1:56 4:32 4 2 6:26 F. C. SMITH. G. P. T. A. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By tbe Government Survey, Published Every Monday. -LIMITED- General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co cific Mai Steamship Go. I SOccidental & Oriental S.S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. . Bteamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port n or about the dates below mentioned: siai.M FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. GAELIC . SEPT. 3 HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11 CHINA SEPT. 19 . DORIC SEPT. 27 NIPPON MARU . OCT. 4 PERU ..OCT. 12 COPTIC OCT. 22 . AMERICA MARU OCT. SO PEKING NOV. 7 GAELIC NOV. 14 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 28 CHINA ........NOV. 30 . DORIC DEC. 10 TNTPPON MARU DEC. 18 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. DORIC I SEPT. 6 NIPPON MARU ...SEPT. 13 PERU .SEPT. 21 COPTIC OCT. 1 AMERICA MARU OCT. 8 PEKING OCT. 15 GAELIC . OCT. 22 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 1 CHINA NOV. 9 DORIC NOV. 19 NIPPON MARU NOV. 26 PERU DEC. 3 COPTIC DEC. 10 For general Information, apply to P. M. S. 3. Co. H. Haekfeld & Co., Ltd. ill ii iittiiiif New York to Honolulu via Pacific Coast if ' " - THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS fc. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, sailed ."..'. August 3 . S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons,' to sail . October 15 ft. 8. CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, sailed from New York June 16th; will load on Pnget Sound about September 1st, for Hawaiian ports. Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-Second street. South Brook AfJXt at all times. .For further particulars, apply to. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. PV MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS, HONOLULU. James F, Morgan, PreslcIept;.:Cecil Brown, Vice President; F; Hus taee, Secretary Charles H. Atherton, Auditor; W. H. Hoogs, Treasurer and Manager. , Kl-o-stsice 6c Co., Xtd.. . i; . . . WHOLESAXB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Firewood, Stove, Steam, Blacksmith's Coal Also Black and White Sand. Telephone Main 395. Special Attention Given to Draying. c 1 tx a A 9 M T W T F BASOK. 5 .24 K0.C3;29 97 '25 3i T6 29 99, jirj;3u.i'aiza m 28 S1.C8I29 97 ;29 83 04 iO 001 30 40.05 29.98 9 r 0 70;6 .0S568 .0165j 2-"ii72!5-3 .05 f 3 a 0l!70;6-3 a , NX N3E 4-6 8-5 4-8 ft-2 ia-4 Barometer corrected to 32 F. and Be level, and for standard gravity of LaL 45. Thia correction 1b .06 for Honolulu. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. o (9 Oil h 2.1" p.m.iFt. 2 d 14 2.0 , 7 li; 1.9 B t 1 a. a.m 6 7 2i 4, 8 12 1.9! 8 Si i ! ' 9 4 - 1.8 9 47 o 11 17, 1 8 U lU 7 a.m. .... 12 .t 4 I 1 8 12 id 1.7 1 4 8 0 St i i 9 1 2e ST ? s to a.m. 6-S4 m. S 62 5.81 41 7 26 ffi!lI fi I! 2 47 6 44 6 16 5 44 5.44 6.1S,ll.G6 rises .14 11.12 8 04 a.m. p 6 fi 8. t C5 5.44 6 .17 5.45 6 5 5.45 6 i i 515.45 6 in.-t I 6.45 6 12 a m. lij ii .10) 0 5? .gs i te 19 2.13 Aon. Cunt. thur. Kria 8t... 4anl. tfon..l Last quarter of the moon on the 5tti at 2:57 a. m. Times of ihe tide ar taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides at Kahului and Hilo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 80 minutes slower than Greenwich time, bo ing that fit the meridian of 157 degrees 80 minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:80 p. to., which is the same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. SHIPPINU INTELLIGENCE. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line SMHHMM Ship Helen Brewer will sail from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, on or about i Sept. 1, 1901 For freight rates apply to CHAS. BREWER & CO. I 27 Kllby St., Boston. ' - OR f BPEWEK & CO , J 1 . WM, G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Bpreckela..'.. First Vice President W. M. Giffard... Second Vice President H. M. Whitney, Jr.. .Treasurer and Sec. George W. Rosa Auditor SUGAR FACTORS AND Commission Agents AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Company Of San Francisco, Cal. , WING LUNG CO. G-BOCBBS FRESH FRUITS ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. King Street, corner Alakea. DIAMOND TTRAn RTniSTAT ' STA TION, September s, 10 p. m. Weather uiear; wina iresn is. iu. . . - THE WEATHER. Mean Temperature 79.0. Minimum Temperature 76. Maximum Temperature 84. Barometer at 9 p. m. 30.01; falling. Rainfall .0. Mean Dew Point for the Day 64.5. Mean Relative Humidity 6L Winds N. E., 2 to 4; weather clear. Forecast for Today Lieht trade and fair weather. CURTIS J. LYONS, Territorial Meteorologist. DUE TODAY. S. S." Gaelic. Finch, from San ffran. Cisco. Str. Mlkahala, due from Makawelt. Steamer Mauna Loa, due rrom KVinA. and Kau porte; a. m. i SAIL TODAY. Str. Iwalanl. Greene, for TTnjn no It Lahaina, llonokaa and Kukuihaele, at 4 p. m. Str. W. G. Hall. Thnmnsnti tnr Ma - wiliwili, Koloa and Hanamaulu; 6 p. m. - Str. Claudine. Parker, for T-nTinin Kahului. Nahlku. Hana. TTn Kipahulu; 5 p: m. Str. Kinau, Freeman, for Hlln and way ports; 5 p. m. Str. Lehua. NaDala. . for viniiwar Molokal ports; 5 p. m. 1 STEAMERS TO, ARRIVE. Name. From. nt Gaelic S. F. .. Sept. 3 Doric Yokohama snt Alameda S. F. , Sept. 7 Hongkong Maru S. F. Sept. 11 xsippon Maru Yokohama . Srt. l.i Sierra Sydney Sept. 17 Ventura S. F. Sept. 18 China S. F Sept. 19 Peru Yokohama . , Sept. 21 Aorangl Sydney . . Sept. 25 Doric S. F. .Sept. 27 Miowera Victoria Sept. 28 Alameda S. F Sept. 28 STEAMERS TO DEPART. Name. For. Date. Gaelic Yokohama . . ..Sept. 3 Doric S. F. Sept. 6 Alameda S. F Sept. 11 Hongkong Maru Yokohama ...Sept. 11 Nippon Maru S. F Sept. 13 Sierra S. F Sept. 17 Ventura Sydney . Sept. 18 China-Yokohama Sept. 19 Pertf S. F. Sept. 21 Aorangi Victoria . . Sept. 25 Doric Yokohama Sept. 27 Miowera Sydney . . Sept. 28 Alameda S. F Oct. 2 A Kakaako Knifing Affair Which May Have Serious Consequences. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, August 3L 190L RAMJB OF 8TOOK. Capital! Val Bid Aak. MZBCAHTILl. O. Brewer A Co..... N. BJSachs' Dry QoodB (JO., IMX , UB, Kerr A Co., Ltd. Sueaa. A stabbing, which may result as a murder, occurred last night at Kakaako near the sand bank. At about 10 o'clock the inmates of Ah Leong's big tenement telephoned for the police. When the of ficers arrived, they found Huihui, an ex-detective and ex-jailbird, uncon scious with a gaping wound in his side, The injured man was brought to the Queen's Hospital, where it was found that the wound Is a very serious one, which may possibly cause death. The police questioned the bystanders, but got unsatisfactory answers. The "musi cal coons," who are well known in that vicinity, because of the jolly times they have been having with an "instalment plan" piano, were there, and the ident ity of the murderer was ascertained from them. He was Alec Duncan, negro, sometimes known as Snowball Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth started to search for the man and found him at the big Magoon building, near the Sani tary Laundry, where the headquarters of the darkeys were up to last Saturday night: Duncan offered no resistance and was conducted to the Police Sta tion. In his pockets were found numer ous poker chips, a big and a smaller clasp knife and some money. He told Chillingworth his story in a quiet, con fident manner. He said, that, as he was walking along, paring his nails, Huihui. whom he claimed never to have seen before, struck him, and he slashed out with the knife only inflicting a small cut. He claimed that if Huihui had been badly cut, that must have occurred later. He did not run for fear of the police, but because the neighbors tried to mob him. Upon his examination, after the Deputy Sheriff had warned him, that his statements might be used as evidence against him, several sus picious looking points came out, amongst others that he had been ar rested for vagrancy recently, and yet he had $12.50 in Ah Leong's keeping. At 12:30 o'clock this morning the hos pital reported that the wounded man was sleeping quietly. Sailors, as a rule, do not like to buckle down to study, nor to acquire a new nautical vocabulary, but they find that maritime terms and methods have changed materially since the oldest of them used to "splice the main brace." Machinery has displaced sail power to such an extent that a sailor rarely has to go aloft. And on war ships no one ever now hears the order to "run out the studding sail boom,' or "lay aloft and loose the "t'pgallant- sail;" nor Is the title of "captain of the top" ar common as of old. Bowlines, reef points and many other terms are becoming unknown to the seadogs. And now another change is threatened. The sea terms of "starboard" and "port, familiar to landsmen as well as seamen, are to be displaced in the near future by the terms "right" and "left." If the changes of old-fashioned terms and conditions on shipboard are to go" on it may not be long before mariners will droo "deck" and "gangway" and "fo'- castle" and "cabin" for more modern names. Kwa..., Hamoa Haw. Agricultural Co daw. Com. & Bug. Co. tiawauan tmgai uo.. Honomu Honokaa Haikn Kahuku Klhei Flan.Cc.Lt. Kipahulu. Koloa Sona Sugar Co. McBryde S. Co.Lt. A Paid up Nahlku Sugar Co. A M Paid up uanu sugar jo Onomea. Ookala Ola Sugar Co. LtAi j " Paid up Olowalu faauhau Bug. Plan.;Co racinc... Pala Pepeekeo PioneeT Pioneer Mill Co. As. Waialua Agr. Co... Wailuku Walmanalo Walraea.,...,,. ' BrtuMSHtr Coi. Wilder 8. 8. Co. rnter-Iiland 8. 8. Co.. MlBCSLLAliaOirt- Hawaiian Electric vo Hon. Rp.Tr. A Ld. Co. Mutual Telephone Co. O. B. A L. Co People'! Ioe fc Kef. Co . Bajtki. Plrat National Bank... First Am. Barings Bk. 9 1TUBI UO. 1,000,000 60,000 200,000 5,000,000 175,000 1.000,000 2,312,780 2.UUU.UUU 750,000 2,000,000 auu.uuu 600,000 2,600,000 160.000 800,000 hOO.OOG 832,600 1,650,000 BOITDS. Haw. Govt. S per cent. Hllo B. B. Co. 6 rer ct Hon. 8.T.&L.C0 iswa Plantation 6 u.c O. B. A L.. Co Oahu Plant, 6 p. o.... Olaa Plan. p. e.... waialua Ag. Co. 6 p, c 8.600,000 1,000,000 500,000 812,500 2,500,000 150,000 5,000,000 500,000 750,000 750,000 2,000,000 125,000 4,500,000 700,000 252,000 125,000 600,000 600,000 250,000 250,000 89,000 2,000,000 160,000 100 100 60 20 100 100 100 20 100 20 100 20 60 100 100 100 20 20 20 20 100 20 20 20 20 100 60 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 10 100 100 24 25 127H 21H 124 "io 2 69 ' i 425 100 45 24X ''sob ihli "ii 170 11 127 2 1254 140 170 89 26 71 840 100 100 106 "88 110 100 T i The Transit "ESH AIR SUPERB VlPur. Allege Hills! Enei alum anfo . For lots call on OR CASTLE tUNSDAU 05! 100 100 iojH' loo 100 101 102 DIVIDENDS PAID. C. Brewer, 2 per cent; Haiku, 2 per cent; Hawaiian Sugar Co., 2 per cent; T.' 1, . . 1. . . T . f n . ivaiiutiu, i per ceui; 1'u.ia, s per cent; Waimea Mill Co., 1 per cent; Oahu, 1 per cent; Walmanalo, 2 per cent; Ewa, 1 per cent; Honokaa, 15 cents; Wailu ku, 5 per cent; Koloa, 6 per cent; Kipa hulu, 5 per cent. Classified Advertisements. The San Francisco Argonaut tells this as a true story: "When the Transvaal war was at its height, Paul Krueger sent a commissioner to England to find out If there were any more men left there. The commissioner wired from London to say that there" were four mil lion men and women 'knocking about the town;' that there was no excite ment, and that men were begging to be sent to fight the Boers. Krueger wired back, 'Go north." The commis sioner found himself in Newcastle eventually, and wired to krueger: "For God's sake, stop that war ! England is bringing up men from hell, eight at a time, in cages!' He had seen a coal mine." BORN. FOSTER In this city,. Wednesday, August 28, 1901, to the wife of Wm R. Foster, a son. EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1, I. o o. f: There will b a regular meeting of Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O." F., at Its hall on Fort street, this Tuesday evening, September 3, 1901. WORK IN INITIATORY DEGREE. Members of Harmony Lodge and all visiting brethren are cordially Invited to attend. G. J. BOISSE, N; O. L. L. LAPIERE. Secretary, NATIVE BORN CALIFORNIANS. A MEETING WILL BE .HELD IN room 1, Elite building, this (Tuesday) evening, at 7:30 o'clock. BUSINESS OF THE UTMOST IM PORTANCE. I. LEVINGSTON. G. W. R. KING, Chairman. -' Secretary. 5952 SOHETHINQ NEW. Fine opportunity to learn cutting and fitting, by system. For particulars, ap- ' play at Mrs. Mellis' Dressmaking es ! tablishmcnt, Fort street, above the store of Sach's Dry Goods Co., Ltd. '5952 The acme of politeness was reached by a mining superintendent, who posted a placard reading, "Please do not tumble down the shaft" . - Geo. A. Martin Tailor Boston Building. WANTED. IN FEE simple, a piece of land sulta ble for warehouse, about 5,000 square feet, within three-quarters of a mile of the postofnee. Inquire at G. Schu mann's carriage repository, Merchant street. 5949 FOR HEFTi. ONE room, or suite of rooms, furnish ed or unfurnished; all improvements finelocation. Address "M.," Adver tiser office. 5952 DESK room in private office, $7.00 per month. Apply at 31 Campbell block. 5950 A NEWLY-BUILT 8-room cottae-e nn Kinau street, near Alapal; has all modern improvements: servants quarters and stable. Apply, 736 Lu- nalilo street. 5943 FURNISHED room, with or without board. Apply, Aloha House, Fort street. 5943 COTTAGES at Palama; Peterson lane, Apply to C. F. Peterson, 15 Kaahu manu street. 5917 OFFICES FOR RENT. IN BREWER building. Queen atreet, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. 6871 TO LET. A- NICE cottage on Miller street, be tween Punchbowl and Kinau; posses , sion given immediately. Apply to A. A. Montano, P. O. Box 57. 5950 FOR SALE. ONE-HALF interest in a good paying express business. Apply, "Xpress, ' this office. 5946 AWNINGS, .tents and sails; ring up Blue I64L Cashman & Nelson. 5937 A. GARTENBERG'S fine residence property In Kapiolanl Park on the beach. Address P. O. Box 22S. B811 ROOMS AND BOARD. BOARD with a private family; hand some house on Nuuanu street, close In; rooms on second floor. Address Vlndex, this office. 5952 TWO single rooms, with board, at VIda Villa, 1030 King street 5943 ROOMS and board, newly furnished, mosquito-proof, electric lights; also, best table board; terms reasonable; Helen's Court, adjoining Elite build ing, on Adams' Lane, off Hotel street Tel. White 3461. 6933 LOST. ON LAST Thursday evening, between Makikl street and Nuuanu avenue, an open-faced, gold-filled watch, with fob chain attached; fob is Royal Ha waiian coat of arms, enameled. . Libr eral reward If returned to Advertiser office. - 6951 PART of a gold watch chain, with elk's tooth charm. Inscribed "C. D. Lufkin, Sioux City, 212, B. P. O. E." Suitable reward offered for return to this office. 5945 THE MELROSE. PRIVATE HOTEL. King St., near Waikiki Tarn P. O. Box 363. 'Phone Blue 3081. OZ3 SALE THE furniture and lease of a 13-room house in good location. Inquire, 59 Beretania street, between Fort and Nuuanu streets. 596S PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. JAS. H. LOVE, Manager. MAIN 58. Office, King Street, next to Bailey't Cyclery. Albert Raas FINANCIAL AGENT stock and bond broka i i d ' : : Member of Honolulu Stock Exchvj Orders for the purchase br ult t CfrtrVa T") 3 . promptly executed. Loans negotiated. OFFICE Ground floor, Judd bulltoi, Postofflce box 390. Telephone 161 HONOLULU. Business men can save many hours Across tbe Continent From SAN FRANCISCO-PORTLAND. TWPTTTT! TR4TKS DATTT FROM SAN FRANCISCO. TWO TRAINS DAILY From Portland. lilY ii III g Ml !l Only fi MUMii Piitlmon Palapp Kifners. Buffet Smoking and Library Cut, wltt Barber Shops and Pleasant lne Rooms. Dlnlne Cars. Meal a la Carte. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers. t tt iiTHpnp fjpnpral Aeent, a. x'iiii.v, - 135 Third St, Portland, on. D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Afn. San Francko W- Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. JJU WAIKIKI BEACH PROPERTY. The best beach property on ti ket at a reasonable price. Adjoining the Kunt premiiH. EXCELLENT BATIIIN0 ! Comfortable house with reJBjJ Grounds nicely planted; 1M w- 300 feet. mmsm . t WESMEN'I REAL ESTATE 506 and 507 StanKeu fflLLARD E HAISTEADM. Stock and Bond Brokers money advanced on ugar securities. 921 fort rEL MAIN 133. ST. V '