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14 lb jL. m ha, .Kill COMMERCIAL . AD VEKTlSE HONOLULUr SEPTEMBER 13 31: I Canadian-Australian Rova Mail Steamship Company THB PACITIC Commercial Advertiser Enured at the Postofflce at Hoaolal. H- T., Beeond-claj Matter. Ksnra of the above 'line running in connection with the CANADIAN j HAWAIIAN 3 S. W., it X'lTIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. wana oyu RjT-iriu AlL'v.'li , t, . tj-ii., QTid Brisbane. Q., are anu cauing ai v itiui ia, u. . On or about the dates below stated, viz.: FOR VANCOUVER. ... SEPT. 24 OCT. 22 THEY SAY THINGS AWAY BACK EAST The Kanakas of the Hawaiian Islands have about as much fear of the huge manUating sharks that infest the Hawai ian waters as we have cf one-month-old fox-terrier pups," said a naval officer who recently returned from the Asiatic for the United States (Including1 Hawaii j station by way of the Islands. "One Iaaued Every Mornine Except Bun day by the GAZETTE COMPANY, 65 South King St. Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: i,Ton Holt Block No. A. W. PEAKSUr. FOR AUSTRALIA. OSANQI 3t DANA SEPT. 27 MOAN A .... OCT. 25 MiovvJi;ta. 3wraT ov: aorangi gov. 9W2:A DEC. 20 MOANA DEG- 17 usjinui ... Territory) I mouths ..... 6 months 1 year Advertising rates on pyuuuun- 4 0 M XWJ(iS. Yiuxwu -" - , -V,a world. ourTceS state and Eu; RAILWAYS. LAND CO. TIME TABLE. From and after Jan. 1, 1901. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu, September 12, 1902. NAME OF STOCK Tw freight and passage and all ge neral Information apply to Theo. H. Dayies & Company, Ltd. Stations. ex. Sun. TABLE f 9 SONOMA..;...i....'., SEPT. 10 I T . A Ttf K:Ti 5 A. a I AJJAUU" VENTURA OCT. 15 OCT. 21 NOV. 6 NOV. 11 NOV. 28 DEC. 2 DEC. 17 DEC. 23 JAN. 7 ALAMEDA SIERRA ALAMEDA SONOMA ... ALAMEDA VENTURA . ALAMEDA SIERRA .... ALAMEDA OCT. 1 OCT. 10 NOV. 12 NOV. 21 DEC. 3 DEC. 12 DEC. 24 JAN. 2 .. .,.,mcr. of this line will arrive and leave thin port f-Auie iiuc f m hereunder: 0 , MmJ1WPTSrn. f 1 FROM SAN FRANCISCO: J! UK BAil iwviiv ENTURA v 2I :MfDA :::::::::::::::::: ilSES 4 ALAMEDA BONOMA ALAMEDA VENTURA ALAMEDA SIERRA ALAMEDA SONOMA ALAMEDA Local boat. ... v, .onimr nf the above steamers, the agents are pre- tolSS to ntTnSlng Passers, Coupon Through Tickets by any VnLlsca T to all points in the United States, and from Niw York by any steamship line to all European, ports. ?' - :o: FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO WM. G. IE WIN & CO. , v:'' . LIMITED. General Agents Oobinio S S. Co. PacificMl Steamship Co. Occidental Oriental S. S. Co. andToyo Kisen Kaisha. Stations. Kahuku . Waialua morningya couple of months ago, when our ship was lying in Honolulu harbor, a big banana barge, propelled by three mus cular fine-looking, nearly nude Kanaka men, pulled alongside of us to peddle the fruit among the men forward. Just as they got the barge close to the ship the three Kanakas began to Jabber excitedly in their queer, musical language and to feel of the edges of the knives suspended by lanyards around their necks OUTWARD. I ; A he eyes or tnose ivanaKas were Keen- j Dally Daily Daily Dally Daily er than ours, and they had seen a big I man-eating sharti asleep directly beneath the lighter, the water being so clear down that way that objects can be seen through it to a great depth. It didn't take these tnree giant-muscled Kanakas more than 10 seconds to shuffle out of their few clothes. Then they removed the strings from their long knives, grasp ed the knives in their right hands step ped gently over the side of the lighter, 2:08 hung to the gunwales of the lighter with 2 their left hands for a moment or so, and 8 '55 . . . . i , .jk I men, naugeiiier, mej gave mat (jucci 4:52 1 diving wriggle to tneir legs m wnicn tney 5:26 are so expert, and disappeared from the surface. We couldn't see them going down on account -of the commotion and consequent bubbles they made in the water. "Witnin about 10 seconds after they dis am. a.m. a.m. p.m. Honolulu ...7:10 9:15 11:05 8:15 Pearl City. ,8:03 :48 11:40 3:45 Ewa Mill ..8:32 10:08 12:00 4:05 Waianae . 10:50 4:45 Waialua 11:55 ..... 6:40 Kahuku ....... 12:32 , 6:15 p.m. 5:10 6:30 6:18 INWARD. Daily Dally Daily Dally ex. Sun. p.m. p.m 5:35 6:10 Waianae. 7:10 .... Ewa Mill 5:50 7:45 1:05 Pearl City 6.15 8:03 1:30 Honolulu 6:50 8:35 2:05 G. P. DENISON, Superintendent. F. C. SMITH, G. P. & T. A. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. MXBCASTILB C. Brewer A Co L.B. Kerr Co., Ltd.... Ewa. yaw. Agricultural Co. Haw. Com. A Sug. Co Haw. Sugar Co. ....... Honomu Uonokaa Haiku Kahuku ..V Kihei Plan. Co., L'd.. Kipahulu ... Koloa " '.. McBryde Sug. Co. L'd. uanu sugar uo. Onomea Ookala Olaa Sugar Co. As.. Olaa Paid Up Olowalu Paauhau Sugar Plan tation Co. Pacific Paia Pepeekeo Pioneer Waialua Agr. Co. ..... W&iluku a. Waimanalo Capital Tal. Steamship Co's Wilder 8. 8. Co Inter-Island S. B. Co.. Ml9CKLI.l.NEOtJ8 Haw'n Electric Co.... Hon. R. T. A L. Co... Mutual Tel. Co O. K. A L. Co...t B0KD8 Haw. Govt. 5 p. o. .... Hilo R. R. Co. 6 p. c... Hon. R. T. A L. Co 6 p. c. ...i. ...'.. Ewa Pl'n 6 p. c O. R. A L Co. 9Sf? BT th6 Government Survey, Published appeared the buDWea that camtj to the VV 1 " ' " J I , . . , . ... ! Oahu Pl'n tp.c... Olaa Pl'n 6. p. c. . . waiaiua Ag, i;o. e p. c KanuKU it p. c 1,001.000 5,000.000 1,000,000 2,312,760 2.000,000 7W,000 2,000,000 500,000 5J0,ax) 2,500,000 160,000 300,000 8,500,000 S,600,(00 1,000.000 500,000 812,000 2,500,000 150.000 5,000,000 600,000 750.000 750.000 2,750,000 4,500,000 700,000 252,000 500,000 5C0.000 250,000 250,000 30,000 2,000,000 100 50 20 100 100 20 100 20 100 20 50 100 100 20 100 20 80 20 20 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 10 100 Bid 19 19 Halstead&Go.,Ltd. STOCK AND Ask BOND BROKERS S 59 55 35 43i -0 20 250 801 TO 2IK 9 I 70 ...... 70 4 8 125 210 150 60 40 250 170 100 Money Advanced ol Sugar Securities. 921 Fort Street Tel. Main 188. THE ONLY DIRECT LME 84 63 85 102X 101 90 I 1(M 100 lOOJi ! g BABOM. THXBX. ? 2 t a 5' B g. g, : ! V 5 R -5 : : 8 SO 30.06 29 97 78 83 .01 61 Hi NB S 31 30 03 29 95' 73 82 06 3 5 KK M . 1 30.01V9 91 72 fc3 02 66 S hi " T ; 2 29 97 29.89 73 63 10 61 7 J-NE W JW 97 29 9ii 73 85 14 72 8 NE j T 4 30.01 9 95 71 85 ' 00 m 2 KB F i 5 29 98 2J 89 74 64 01 70 5-2 SE surface began to take on the hue of j SALES. blood. 1 -Between Boards Ten "Waialua. $35: '"That about settles one Kanaka, if 500 Olaa assessable, S3. 75; 500 Olaa paid not. the whole three of them,' said we " '"; u wanu- x. cc im v,o.. - XX.1 un .uv gangway. xue uca l tiitiig wo oan was a eieantfc shark thrafihiner the water . -. . .. I a 5 r h 4 yrr m a mmm av-m 4.5 crazny on tne port .ae or tne "Snier. tid5MlICU AUVC1 UtlliUltt. ana incarnatine tne sea witnin a rauius of 50 feet with its blood. Then the J"2three Kanakas , came up, all in a bunch. nice a .mo oi jacKs-m-tne-ooxr witn con- THREE or four copies of Pierre Loti's tented smiles . on their faces. The shark WANTED. Barometer corrected to 32 F. and sea thrashed around for five or ten minutes. level, and for standard gravity of Lat. 4. This correction is .06 for Honolulu. "Madame Chrysantheme," French ed ition. Address Box 59, or Telephone White 2061. 6272 TIDES, SUN AND MOON. iMon. n I a.m.!Ft, - 9 n, a HUH Ja C w 2 f l m p.m. a.m p.m. &8 and at the end of that time he was as dead as any salted mackerel in a barrel. the entire length of him. The three Kanakas had tackled him altogether as he slept, had driven their knives into his vulnerable parts, and before the man- FOUR or five room unfurnished cot- eater had a chance to pull himself to- I tage near center of the city. Address A COUPLE to join in .co-operative housekeeping; best location in the city. For particulars, address P. O. Box 834. 6271 Sets gether he was as good as dead. It was as workman-like a job of going after big "C," this office. 6271 , 8 34. 1 5 8.12 1 22, 3 30 5 45 6 09 10.58 sea game as ever I saw."-Washington Tuei 9. 9 35 1,5 9 .28' 2 12 5 00 5 45 6 09 11 43 a.m. Post Wed.. 10,10.40, 1 5 10 5S; 3 14 6.08,5-46 6 08 Thar. 11 I .111 38, 1 5 4 22 6 55 5.46 6 07 1 St lD.m.1 a.m. I Dm. a.m I I Frid.. 12 :2 25, 1.6 0 10 7 24 5 26 5 46 6 06 1 22 Sat... 13 1 08 1 6 1 02' 7 83 6 26 5 .48 6 05 2 12 8un.. 14 1 4S 10 I 43 8. 20 7 .16 5 47 6 04 3 04 The original Declaration of Independ ence is fading out, and will have to be reproduced. No doubt Colonel Bryan will consent to affix the signature of TO ' DENVER, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS OMAHA, ST. PAUL, r CHICAGO, ( AND AU T Principal Eastern Polntt Three Trains Daily rrom SAN FRANCISCO. Two Trains Daily from PORTLAND. THB QUICKCS TIME T KSLSf HOUJtl UNION PACIFIC TRAINS ABB PALACES OTA JWBSSba New and Modern Eqlpmt. Double Drawing Koom PalM BSW , er. Buffet Smokies ana Library Card. Free ReIinin Chair Cr Ordinary Bleeping Cars. Dining Cart, Meal a la earta. 1 Monttomery an FrancHa, A. L. CRAIG, G. P. & A JL , O.R.&K. Co., Portlaai, ' Ortge. ', Nuuanu Valley , ateamar of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave thii prt a cr about the dates Deiow men vncii. FROM SAN FRANCISCO 3 A3 LIC MONGKONG MARU CHINA ' NIPPON MARU PERU . COPTIC .......... AV1TKICA MARU KOREA GAELIC i HONGKONG MARU CHINA DORIC NIPPON MARU PERU, ... FOR SAN FRANCISCO: DORIC SEPT. 12 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 20 PERU SEPT. 30 COPTIC OCT. 7 AMERICA MARU OCT. 14 KOREA OCT. 22 P.A-RTjn NOV. 1 SEPT. 10 SEPT. 18 SEPT. 26 . OCT. 4 , OCT.-14 ' OCT. 22 OCT. 29 NOV. 6 NOV. 14 NOV. 22 . DEC. 2 DEC. 10 DEC. 18 , DEC. 26 AMERICA MARU , JAN. 3 .KOREA HONGKONG MARU CHINA DORIC NIPPON MARU PERU COPTIC NOV. 8 NOV. 18 NOV. 25 DEC. 5 . DEC. 13 DEC. 19 DEC. 27 JAN. 3 Mon.. 15' 2 22. 1 6 2.20, 8 48 8 05 5 47.6 03- 3 57 Thomas Jefferson to the document. St. First Quarter of the Moon on the 9th. Louis Globe-Democrat. 11:45 a. m. Times of the tide are taken - from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. ',r The tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 30 minutes Blower than Greenwich time, be ing that of the meridian of 157 degrees SO minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:30 p.. m., which is the came as Greenwich, 6 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the Whole group. VON BRAND t;AD MARK For further Information apply to AGENTS. imericatt-Hawaiian Steamhip Company, Direct Monbhly Service Between New York to Honolulu via THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS 9. . "CALIFORNIAN," to sail about SEPT. 30 a. "AMERICAN." to sail about OCT. 2a n ippviW n call nhont NOV.-- Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty--econd street, South Brook lyn at all times. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. B. fl "NEVADAN," to sail about OCTOBER 9TH Si "NEBRASKAN." to sail about OCTOBER 30TH "lhtreceived wharf, Stewart street, Pier 20. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. m ' WnrtTATA?J to sail SEPTEMBER 16 8L I. "NEVADAN." to sail NOVEMBKRf 1S1 ... .... FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA. . HAHF AND WAVE. WEATHER BUREAU. Honolulu, Alexander St., Sept 12. Mean temperature 75. Minimum temperature 68. Maximum temperature 85. ; Barometer at 9 p. m. 29.98, steady. Rainfall, 24 hours up to 9 a. m. 0. Mean dew point for the day 69.7. Mean relative humidity 82. Winds SW. to calm, force 1 to 0. Weather Very clear. Forecast for today Calms and fair. ! with tendency to unsettled weather. CURTIS J. LYONS, Territorial Meteorologist. DEPARTED. Friday, Sept. "I " ! ' !' Ijljl ' . I iil fcl ? ft m v 1 I 1 I fi ? 1 I . ! x. :i v ! 4 -i v f 2 6 I I I 1 UN 1 I It ill IS wl I 1 j! UNFURNISHED, medium sized cot tage with large grounds. Only those willing' to rent at reasonable figure need address, Cottage, Advertiser of fice. 6270 SHORTHAND. Private tuition given. .aaress r. u. .box atu. ozoa 1 TTr . . 1 .1 1 . v e oner ior saie me resiaence 01 A COOK. Preference given to white of C. B. Ripley, Eeq , situate on a aVvh, Robinson -hane off Huuanu Ave., thoroughly. Apply Cook, Advertls-1 , 3 n , , , . er office. 6266 between Judd and WylJie Sreets. This is a two etory house with POSITION WANTFD three bed-rooms, two lanais, and ex 1 no lArtt nhiTVimrirf I K a cr t rv lrna A A YOUNG lady wants place in office as , . 0 -Ifl bookkeeper or typewriter. -Can give cover an area, oi auoui nan au ai;re,y good references. Address L. R., p. o. and there are g'able accommoda- . Box 6"bl tions for two horses. For terms and position as nurse to attend the sick, other particulars apply to or ladles during connnement. Ad dress Nurse, this office. 6261 FOR RENT. CASTLE & LANSDALE 12. The famous "Lion Brand" ot S. S. Doric, Smith, for San Francisco, shirts manufactured by the U. S Shirt and Collar Co., are now being offered by .... The you Hamm-Yonng Co., Ltd Qneen Street at prices that will surprise and pleaee you. at 11 a. rn. Schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson, for Fuget Sound, at 3 p. m. . MM ARRIVED. Friday, Sept. 12. Stnir. Ke Au Hou, from Kauai ports, at 4 a. m. S, S. "ALASKAN" For further particulars apply to 13. HQckfold NOV. 25 o, L.td. C. P. MORSB. General Freight Agent. o OF THE California Winery Art procured from Grapes grown in their own Vtneyardp, and are guaranteed absolutely free from adulteration. The bent Table Wines in lot market. - - WOLTERS, VAL0R0N CO., ud. SOLE AQifiNTS. OnieKTi STREET, ... iM LI , H. T The Hawaiian Realty & Maturity n.,Ltd. Real Estate and Investments far Sale 18 Lots at Kapiolani vPark Addition, cheap. I Valuable leasehold and building (20 years to run) cor. Hotel and Kekau- Jike; sure income JaO.OO per month; better than sugar stocks. 3 Valuable property on cor. of Fort and School; income $33 per month. 4 Valuable leasehold and buildings on Pauahi St.: income 8115 per month. 5 Fine business property cor. Beretania and Kekauhke, ara 4200 sq. feet. 6 House and lot Kewalo. 7 Lot on Chamberlain St, back of KawaJahao church. ThelHawaliai Realty & Maturity X. Ud. L. K. KENTWELL, General Manager. Hciotyie UuildiDg, Honolulu. SAILING TODAY. Stmr. Helene, Nicholson, at noon, for Paauhau. Ockala, Kukalau. Laupahoe- hoe and Hilo. Am. schr. W. H. Marston. for. San Francisco, at 7 a. m. vessSjntp6rt. U. S. S. S. Iroquois, Rodman, from Ka- unakakai, on Sept. 5. U. S. N. T. Solace. Sintrer. Guam. Sent. 10. ' MERCHANTMEN. iThis list does not include coasters.) Ottillie Fjord, Am. schr., Bosch, Eure- Ka. July 31. Herman, Am. schr., Brown, San Fran cisco. Rithet, Am. bk., McPhail, San Fran cisco, Aug. 15. Erskine M. Phelps, Am. sp., Graham, Norfolk, August 19. S. N. Castle. Am. bktn.. Nllson. San Francisco, August 25. Irmgard. Am. bktn., Schmidt, San Francisco, August 27. John Currier, Am. sp., Murchison, New castle, sept. 5. John G. North, Am. schr., Crickson, Punaluu, Sept. 5. Archer, Am. bktn., Calhoun, San Fran cisco, sept. 5. W. H. Marston, Am. schr., Curtis, Sari irpncisco, August 27. Golden Shore, Am schr., Rasmussen, Newcastle, Sept. 6. James Tuft. Am. bktn.. Newcastle. Sept. 6. Wm. Bowden, Am. schr.. Fierem. New castle. Sept. 7. S. C. Allen. Am. bk.. Johnson Ran Francisco. Sept. 9. Julia E. Whalen. Am. schr.. "Rnsphni Marcus Island, Sept. 10. A FURNISHED four-room cottage in good location. S35.00 per month. Ad dress S. A. M., this office. 6271 FURNISHED house at 1071 Beretania St. Electric lights, ' mosquito proof, etc. W. L. Howard, Room 7, Mcln- tyre building. 6270 HELEN'S Court Nicelv furnished, mosquito-proof rooms; central loca tion. 6258 A DESIRABLE home with private family with or without board. Ad dress Advertiser office, E. H. 6254 FURNISHED rooms for one or two per sons. Centrally located; modern con veniences. Inquire at this office. 6261 FURNISHED HOUSES TO KENT. THE furnished residence of Dr. A. G. Hodgins on corner of Kinau and Pii- koi streets. Apply at 242 Beretania. 6269 FURNISHED ROOttS TO LET. NICELY furnished rooms, mosauito- proof; also cottage in yard at Emma St., opposite High School. 6272 OFFICES FOR RENT. IN BREWER building, Queen Btreet, on reasoname terms. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Real Estate, Insurance, Investments. Telephone 70 Main. 606 and 07 Stangenwald Bldg. 4 -M'eett 4'e - 1 CHABi BREW "Kit & COS. t NEW YORK LUTE Rark' Foohnc Sney Sailing from -iJEW YOBK to HONOLULU About July 1st v For freight rates apply to C1IAS..BRKWE11 & CO. 27 Kilby St., B-wton. on C. BU JEW KU & CiU UMITED, HONOtiULTJ, X HEALTHY BLOOD FOR SALE OR LEASE. THE well known Ridge House Hotel, aoutn liona, Hawaii, a three-story house; contains 14 rooms and large attic, servants' quarters, etc. Area 2 acres; more land if desired. Apply Mrs. J. A. Rodanet, 235 Hotel St. 6256 FOR SALE FOX, terrier pups now on exhibition at Pearson & Potter Co.. Ltd., Oregon building. Hotel St. Call for particu lars at this office. 6261 LOST. A GOLD watch, monogram H. P. R Reward for return of same to Pacific Hardware Co. 6272 The blood is the source of strength If you are weak you need a medicine to tone up your stomach and make nlentv of rich red blood. The medicine to TOUNG bu" terrier, female; black spot do thi3 is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters ?? ,eft eye- Answers to the name of It will not shock the system, and it cures INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, HEARTBURN. BELCHING AND MA- L.AK1A, FEVER AND AGUE. A fair trial will convince you of its value. Nancy. Return to 1486 Emma St. and receive reward. 6271 West Virginia miners and eruards en gaged in a battle in which bullets were 'freely exchanged. HOSTETTER'S STOWACH BITTERS Globe Navigation Co. Ltd " i Lemember we connect with the O NT N. P. and C. P. Kys. and offer competi tive rates from the East. Ships leave beattle the 10th of each month. L. E. BEEBE, Apt. Phone Main 201 Brewer Bldf?. HOUSES MOVED HOUSES RAISE!) HOUSES REPAIRED NEW HOUSES BUILT Stores and Offices Repaired. W. m 'Palp Contractor ana Bailder Office li)48 Alakea street, between King and Hotel. Phone B ue 1801. HonolQiii French Laundry MRS. LE BEUF, MANAGER. 1104 S, King St. Has no connection with any other laundry. Reasonable prices. Lace curtains and laces a spe cialty. Also DYEING AND CLEAN ING. Work called for and delivered. Feathers and feather boas curled. Phone White 412. THE LAST WEEK This is the last -week of the Flower Clearance S.le at Millinery Parlors of Miss N. F. Hawleyi BOSTON BLOCK. COTTON BROS. & CO. ENGINEERS AND GENERAL CON TRACTORS PUn and Eetimatet furntni fllaite of Contracting Work. Botton Blftt CD H 1 IF