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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES, HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1909. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Line Bte&men running in eonneetioa with the Canadian Paeifie Railway Co. all at Honolulu on or about the following dates: FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. I FOB YANCOTJYEB. MAKURA JANUARY 8 VORANGI FEBRUARY MOAN A MARCH 5 Will call at Fanning Island. AORANQI JANUARY MOAN A FEBRUARY 3 MAKURA MARCH 2 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS. ' .31 ? MARINE REPORT. tv ti? ? 5 (From San Francisco Merchants Ex change.) Friday, January 1. San Francisco Arrived, Jan. 1, ' P. M. S. S. Siberia, from Honolulu. PORT OF HONOLULU. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu, Thursday, Dec. 31. 1908. NAME OF STOCK. For Oceanic Steamship Co. Time Table On and after Jane 24, 1908, the SALOON SATES will b: Single Fare, J$5; Bound Trip, (110. Family rooms extra. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR BAN FRANCISCO. AT.AXMTOA JANUARY 15. ALAMEDA JANUARY 20 ALAMEDA FEBRUARY 5 ALAMEDA FEBRUARY 26 Nuuanu Avenue ARRIVED. . Friday, January 1. Str. Mauna Kea.' Freeman, from Hilo and way ports, 6:15 a. m. Str. Niihau. from Kauai. 1:55 a. m. Str. Ke Au Hou, from Kauai, 2:55 Nuuanu Avenue a. m. Str. W. G. Hall, from Kauai, 3 :30 School Street ALAMEDA FEBRUARY 10 a. ra. Str. Iwalani, from Maui, 7:4a p. m. Quarry Street Mercantile. C. Brew.-r & Co Scgar. Ewa ..... Haw. Agricultural Haw Cora di "Ugar Co Haw fcugar o Honomu Honokaa . Haiku...: UUtChlDHOU Mg iu o Kahuku apitHl , Paid I'pVal BM. 2- 2 ooo.oco; noo;&o 5,00o,W &)j 2 1 iK),000 100; 155 2 812.755. m - ...1100 2,0H ,0 20 i S5 Ask In connection with the sailings of the above steamers, the agents are ' tn intri(?iiiT nAMfl ncrers. Coupon Throusrh Tickets by any railroad, from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from Hew York by any steamship line to au European pun, For farther particulars apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD., , AGENTS. . f PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO., OCCIDENTAL & ORIENTAL S. S. CO., AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA. Bteamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this fort on or about the dates mentionea Deiow FOR THE ORIENT. NIPPON MARU JANUARY 9 SIBERIA JANUARY 15 CHINA JANUARY 23 DEPARTED. Str. Claudine, for Maui, 5 p. m. DUE TODAY. P. M. S. S. China, Friele, from'.Yoko hama, a. m. SAIL TODAY. P. M. S. S. China, Friele, for San Francisco, about 5 p. m. DUE TOMORROW. A.-H. S. S. Texan, from San Fran cisco, probably a. m. Str. Mikahala, from Molokai and Maui ports, a. m. PASSENGERS, Arrived. Per str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo and way ports, Jan. 1. E. b. Townsend, J. Kinau ,.$50.00 Sef'hd SusarC; I McBryle Sue t'o Ltd ! 35.00 Oahu Sugar Co ..... ui'omea.. .... ., Ookala 40.00 Olaa Sugar Co Ud. ... Olowalu .a.uu 1 racinc .. Paia ........... Street 25.00 Waialua Aen Co Lunalilo Street (furniehed) 40.00 ainalo ".""".""- - Waimea Suear Mill.... Alapai Street ..... 10.00 MiscELLANEors Haw Electric Co.... H K T & i. Co Pfd..;... H KTACocom... Mutual Tel Co ahiku Rubber Co.... NaUiku Kubbero . OKiL Co hilo R RCo Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co Ltd ... Haw Pineapple Co. Bonds . 2,00n.0ifi)i ao SOU. 00 ! 100 i 2.000.000! iO 500.0001 20 800,000 tOOl 500,000 100 5.500.'Ki 20: VO0,000j 20 1.000.000' 20 500.000' 20 5.000.000' 20 1W.00C 1001 5,0"0.000! 50 500.000 750.000 750.000 2,750,000 4.500.0HO 1,500.0001 252.0001 125.000! FOR SAN FRANCISCO. CHINA JANUARY 2 MANCHURIA JANUARY 9 CHIYU MARU JANUARY 16 h. Whitehouse, Mrs. Whitehouse and XT WArt?T?T?T n m: T.TT. Ap-entS. maid, h. u tester, Mrs. tester, . M.M.. unvi" """ . o I Tj;r1t "NT i co V Vtlrwlt W T A Hon K J. Whitehouse, S. Carson, Miss J. Two fine bargains in Makiki Dis- AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. WEEKLY BAILINGS VIA TEHUAN TEPEO. Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, te AND MERCHANT STREETS Angus, A. K Tuiman, Mrs. Tuiman, H VU 1 TC D Llfl 1 1 C C TRII0T" C Nagusa P A. Kim, J Maby C W. fl ttinUUot I KUO I wuiiora, ii. ae couvea, aiiss ue vou- FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO LULU. TEXAN to sail DEC. 2 VIRGINIAN to sail JAN. 3 FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN CISCO. PLEIADES to sail . . JAN. 15 Freight received at Company's wharf, Greenwich Street. Vitrei uiuum; i .... -.r T at,.. -f n -nT,-r niTftrTi crvTTXm TA TTlixri- I 1JMUI;i 1,114 x.x. x.x. uuuu.mio. LULU DIRECT. PLEIADES to saU T.. .JAN. For further information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. MATSON NAVIGATION CO. Schedule S. S. HILONIAN, in the direct service between San Francisco and Honolulu: 5 Arrive Honolulu. JANUARY 20 ! J FEBRUARY 17 ? ' MARCH 17 i APRIL 14 MAY 12 JUNE 9 Leave Honolulu. JANUARY 26 FEBRUARY 23 MARCH 23 APRIL 20 MAY 18 JUNE 15 a 8. LURLINE of this line Bails from San Francisco January 5 for Honolulu direct. Passenger Rates to San Francisco Firt Cabin, $60. Round Trip, First Class, $im CASTLE COOKE. LTD., Agents. i-Pacific Transfer Co,, Ltd. 126 KING ST. FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING. BAGGAGE, SHIPPING, STORAGE, WOOD, PACKING, COAL. Phone 58 Phone 295. 63 Queen Street. HUSTACE-PECK COMPANY, LTD., General Contractors. Dealers in Crushed Rock, White and Black Sand, Fire Wood, Stove and Steam Coal, Blacksmith Coal, Hay, Grain , Garden Soil and Manure. Draying and Heavy Teaming a Specialty. L. Chin, George Robertson, H. . Ka mona, Robb Shea, John Haekett, Charles Notley, Miss V. Madden, Mrs, E. Madden, D. B. Maconachie, A. Hor ner, Miss Dowd, J. Meinecke, F.T Mav, H. P. Wood, Mrs. Wood, R. E. Bond, William Hookanui, J. Anderson, Miss J. Hartwell, M. T. Furtado, Mrs. Fur tado and four children, C. L. Beal, John T. Baker, Mrs. P. T. Phillips, Mrs. E. N. Paki, S. Lalakea, Miss E. Sole, Miss M. Flemming, Miss R. Peck, Mrs. M. Deacon, C. W. Baldwin, H. R. Castle, Miss V. Law, Miss N. Burt, Miss F. Burt, E. Haneberg, J. Gairy, W. Searle, Harry Choak, Wong Jack, James Kamau, E. P. Low, Brother Eugene, Brother Lewis, A. C. Maby, V. McCaughey. VESSELS 1ST PORT. (Army and Navy.) Iroquois. U. S. station tug, Moses. DixU. S. Army transport, Ankers. ; (Merchant Vessels.) Alaskan,' am. s.s., San Francisco, Dec. 30. -Glendevon, Br. s.s., Ellis, -Newcastle, Dec. 31. Helene, Am. 6chr., Johnson, Grays Harbor, Dec. 7. Irmgard, Am. bktn., Christiansen, San Francisco, Dec. 2o. .. Mathilda, Nor. s.s Kjerland, New castle, Dec. 22. Nuuanu, Am. bk., Josselyn, New York, Dec. 14 St. Katherine, Am. bk., Saunders,' San Francisco. Dec. 9, Wm. P. Frye, Am. sp., Murphy, San Francisco, Dec. 2d. TRANSPORT SERVICE. Haw Ter 4 p c (Fire Cia1ni6) Haw Ter 4 p c (Re- trict at ....$2650 and $1800 TTer tliveZ:. Maw rer p c . ., Haw Ter SW d c. Cal Beet Sug & kef Co 6 p c Hniku p c Hamakua D'U-h Co Upper Ditch 6 p c Haw Com & Sugar co ape i Haw nugar 6 p o. I Hilo K K Co 6 p C Honokaa Sug Co fi p c Hon K 1 A L CO B pc. Kahuku 6 i c MeHryde Sug Co 6 p c DHAL CO o p C Oahu Bugar Co 5 p c... Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c.... racinc augax jhiii Co 6 s Paia 6 p c ' Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c. Waialua Ag Co 5 p c. 100 100! 100 100 100 100 loci lUOi I SEND A I WIRELESS J Whether it is a husiness V message, or one that is per- J f sonal, the Wireless will fill C f the bill. ( RATES ARE LOW i 1,50000 50T,O0u l,15i000 150 000 60.000 Assess. 4.000.0001 1.000,0001 400.0001 400.000 mt. Out stanJiug Sl5,000j 6(M,( 00 1.000,000 t.000.000 1.044,000 l.OOO.OOO 225,000 200,000 l,67i,co; 325 0001 1.0!JO,000 SiXi.OOO 617.000 15,000! 2.000. 000! 2.1. KO,000 10 OfiO. 1,250.000 450,000 937.500! 1,250,000: 1,500,000 ICK3 100 100 10 100 100! loo 20, 20 20! 14 28VJ 27 27K is " i 100" isi" V..." 7 t30" U0 .... 15 .... 20 . 24 to: lbi,1 100' 101M 100 91 ci 1C0J4 si" S5 tialstead & Co., LW. STOCK AND BOND BROKERS LOANS NEGOTIATES MBBri Honolulu Stock sjU Ea Exchange FOR SALE. Fine large lot (100 feet frontage) with cottage, on Young street. $150o! A good home, Ewa Bide of Kameha meha Boys' School. $1500. Easy terms. A fine two-story building and good sized lot on car-line at Palama. $1000 down; balance in rental of $30 per month. A new cottage and lot at Palama, $1550. For Rent: Nice 6 r. cottage near eenter of town. Rental $17 per mo. J. II. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street FOR SALE. Galvanized sheet steel tanks, sky lights, gutter, ridging, leader and sis pipe. Any shape, any size, any weight. In stock or to order. Ribbed or &r proof wire skylight glass. Eetimatt g anything in our line. Job work in sheet metals solicited, EMMELTJTH & CO,' LTD, Phone 211 145 Kt k Albert F. Afong 832 FORT SREET J Ji Ji vr': STOCK AND BOND BR0KE2 llember Honolulu Stock - and Bon Trtu 1G0 M M M M. BuWsailed from Hon. for Manila, RENT TRUST CO., Ltd. THE 1- We are getting the business is because We Do Things Right and give all orders our personal attention. CITY TRANSFER GO. phone 152 JAS. H. LOVE Why Hot Ring Up 298 for Garnes Exmtes Office 716 Fort Street. Honolulu Construction and Draying Co., Ltd. GENERAL CONTRACTORS. 'Phone Office 281. P. O. Box 154. fOn Jt., Upp. W. VJ. irwin VO., Tne moving-picture exhibition civen C7e 3o all kinds of - Teaming ; also deal in Crushed Rock, While J yesterday afternoon in the Opera Crook, at San Francisco. Dix, in port. Sherman at Han Francisco. Sheridan, sailed from Manila for Hon. I via Nagasaki, Dec. 14. Thomas, at San Francisco. THE MAILS. Mails aie due from the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Texan, tomorrow. Yokohama Per China, today. Vancouver Per Makura, Jan. 8. Colonies Per Aorangi, Jan. 6. Mails will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Per China, today. Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Jan. 9. Vancouver ier Aorangi, Jan. b. Colonies Per Makura, Jan. 8. CONSUL UYENO'S RECEPTION. Consul General Uyeno was the host at a large New Year's reception yes terday morning at the Japanese Con sulate, many townfolk attending. The reception-room was decorated and por traits of the Japanese Emperor and Empress were prominently displayed. Prominent among the callers were Dr. Katsuki, Dr. Mitamura, Dr. Haida, Dr. Oyama, Mr. Tokieda, manager of the l okohama Specie Bank, and staff ; S. Ozaki, K. Isoshima, J. Arai, S. Ko- jima, M. Yamashiro, M. Komeya, K, Kawasaki. Okazaki, S. Mizawa, Nagao, K. Ono, Hata, Kato, Y. Soga, Y. Ki mura, S. Sheba, G. Tashiro and several others. A number of the veterans if lie China-Japan and Russo-Japan wars were among the callers. They all wore medals won in the wars, I KALIHI BOYS THANKED BONINE. TO LET Wilder Ave. ...... 4 B.R. $18.00 Kaili Ave 2 Young St. 2 Alder St. 2 Pacific H'ts Rd. ..2 Middle St. 3 Kapiolani Park ... 4 Hackfeld St 2 Beretania St 3 Beretania St 3 18.00 20.00 20.00 22.00 22.00 25.00 27.50 35.00 40.00 FURNISHED Kaimuki 2 B.R. $45.00 23.125 paid. f39 per cent. paid. Session Sales. None. Between Boards, None. Dividends December 31. C. Brewer & Co., 2 per cent.; Ewa, 1 per cent.; waimanalo, 2 1-2 per cent.; Haw. Electric, 3-4 per cent.; Olowalu, 1 per cent.; Hon. B. & M. Co., 1-2 per cent.; I.-I. S. N. Co., 3-4 per cent.; Kahuku, 1 per cent.; Haw. Ag. Co., 1 per cent.; Haw. Pineapple Co., 1 per cent.; Hon. R. T. & L. Co. Pfd. (semiannual), 3 per cent.; Hon. R. T. & L. Co. Com. (quarterly), 1 per cent. December Sales. 708 Ewa, 26.125 to 26.75; 47 Haw. Com. & Sua. Co.. 99; 15 Haw. Sus. Co.. 35.50; 200 Honokaa. 13.75; 127 McBryde, 3.50; 2586 Oahu, 27 to 28.25; 5 Ookala, 13; 325 Olaa, 4.50 to 4.875; 440 Paauhau, 19.50 to 20; 60 Pioneer, 139 to 140; 205 Waialua, 73 to 76.25; 35 Waimea, 50; 5 Hilo R. R. Co., 14; 120 Hon. B. & M. Co., 20; 225 Haw. Pineapple Co., 23: $65,000 Hilo R. K. Con. 6s, 85 to 92.50; $3000 H. R. T. & L. Co. 6s, 106.50 to 107; $11, 000 O. L. & L. Co. 6s. '101.25 to 102; $4000 Olaa 6s, 97 to 97.50; $500 Paia Cs. 101; $10.500 Waialu-i 5s. 100. Professional Cards f5"X Cash must accompany tbf copy. No deviation from this rul. CHINA PAINTING. MRS. J. LISHMAN MORE Classes in china painting. Orders solicited. Studio, Harrison block. Telephone 1346. 7968 1 I Classified Advertisements WANTED. A LADY typewriter and stenographer with knowledge ot general oihee work. Address, stating experience and salary required, "0. B.", Ad vertiser office. 8233 FURNISHED 0r unfurnished cottage or housekeeping rooms. H. Martinez, care of Advertiser. 313 Real Estate FOR RENT. Pineapple, banana or vegetable lani to Palolo foothills carriage road ins completed to this tract. Office desk and floor space. FOR SALE iy acres residence git. W. L. HOWAJtD Boom 3, Mclntyre BnlUlag HAWAIIAN DEVELOPMENT CO. LIMITED F. B. McSTOCKER - - Manager STANGENWALD BUILDING . Cable Address: Develop P. O. Box 263 The Burroughs Adder will do everything any other ma chine will do, and more. SENT ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL The Waterhouse Go. JTJDD BUILDING WA1ALAE HEIGHTS (On the ridge, Kaimuki.) LOTS 75x15012,250 SQUARE FEET Streets curbed and macadamized. Lots free of rock, clean, deep soil, ready for building. Electric lights and telephones. Magnificent Marine View W. M. M1NT0N, (Owner) No Agents. - 122 S. KING ST. and Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY. RING UP 316 P31EP If you are moving or going away. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Batcre at the PoetofBce at Honolulu, T. BL, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om yr 912.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Pvb&ahed every morning except Cvsdcy by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., LTD. Tea Holt Block, No. 65 South King St CL fi. CSANE i i Manage $25 Reward House by R. K. Bonine was attended by an audience to the full capacity of the house, and the pictures, both the new ones and the old favorites, were loudly applauded. After the exhibi tion the boys of the Ralihi Home, to whom Mr. Bonine had given passes as a .ew Year treat, waited for him out side the door and thanked him for the pleasure he had given them. They also invited him to attend a luau to be given some time next week at the home. Mr. Bonine made a short ad dress to the boys, speaking from the upera House steps. RENT TRUST CO., Ltd. DR. D. P. ORDWAY'S Improved Plaster CURES BRONCHIAL AND LUNG DISEASES HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD. BOOKS of ALL KINDS Wall, Nichols Co. SEWING WANTED. WILL go out tv the da v. Mrs. Nellie Taylor, 2566 Lemon road, YVaikiki. 8O0" FOR RENT. COTTAGES with board. Mrs. J. Cas- sidy. 2005 Kalia Road, Waikiki. 8133 SIX-ROOM house, Lunal'lo, near Pen- sacola; gas, electric lights, modern conveniences; vacant January 1. Apply 1337 Pensacola. 8226 Sun Lee Tal Co. Gcntractors, Builders, Painters KOA FURNITURE TO ORDE. King Street, near Nuuanu. Oahu Ice & Electric Co. NICE, airy mosqulto-proo' rooms. Ho ld delivered at any part of tke elty- tel Delmonlco. ReDt reasonable. J. I sland orders promptly filled. H. O'Neil. prop. 808CI Telephone 528: P. O. Box 6UU. umm, ftewiiln ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING Honolulu 's only up-to-date fire-proof bunding? rent includes electric light, classified Ad verttsemeiits hot and cold water, and janitor ser- j . EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. MALE and female supplied promptly. Anv work: 1123 Union St., phone 579. vice. Apply tns von iiamm-xounf Co., Ltd. FOR SALE. GARDEN soil and broken coral. In quire Fred Harrison, Beretania and Fort. 8220 I HOW Will be paid oy tne HAWAIIAN GA ZETTE CO., LTD.. for the arrest and tonvietion ot any person found stealing topics of the Advertiser from ad 4rtstt of subscribers. C. 8. CRANE, Manager. ARE and have found it most efficacious. I always keep a bottle of this remedy in the house. for the hild as for the adult and no family can afford to be without it. It is for sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii. FOUND. This medicine is as good P0ATrs tusk pin with gold monogram. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad at the Gazette office. 8237 OFFICES FOR RENT. Mexico has a new volcano, the re- "THE STANGENWALD" Only fire- ports saying "that the top of a low proof office building in city. COUGHS AND COLDS CURED IN BURMA. The following letter from the Sup- Mount Theodore erintendent of the Municipal office at Mardalay, Mr. K. J. Stevens, shows that the method of curing colds vi Burma is not unlike that used :n -almost every part of the civilized world. He says: "I have used Chamber- mountain was blown off by a subter ranean explosion, and that lava and sulphurous flames have been pouring from the crater for several days. There is some talk of calling the newcomer Puck. "I see a New York dame claims that a woman needs $75,000 a year for clothes. I s'pose hers is an exception al case."- "Not at all. Every woman needs that much. Onlv they don't all Iain's Cough Remedy for several years get it." Milwaukee News. SERVANTS. ALL kinds furnished on short notice. Employment Office, King and Wai kiki Road; phone 442. S. Yanagawa. 6223 ROOMS AND BOARD. THE COURTLAND is a high-class pri vate hotel at reasonable rates, lo cated at the corier of Punahou and Beretania streets. 8219 ROOMS TO RENT. COOL and commodious; well furnish ed; mosqulto-proof. Helen's Court. 1124 Adams Lane. W1 LOST. ONE bag containing medical instru ments. Reward for its recovery at 270 Beretania street; telephone 481. 8236 A SMALL, white, flat bottom skiff. Finder notify or return to H. M. von Holt. Waikiki. STEINWAY & SONS AND OTHER PIANOS. THAYER PIANO CO. 15fl Hotel Street. Pnon III TUNING rUASANTIED.