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THE HAWAIIAN &TAK, FRIDAi", AUGUM 18, 1898. SIX i'A(4KS.
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IN ITS MATURE PRIME.
A LOCAL BANK'S THIRTY
The Long and Honorable Career of C.
R. Bishop fit Co. Described
Vicissitude and Success.
The banking house of Bishop v Co,
dOMd the thirty-fifth year of itlorgani
Iltton yesterday. A Complete history
of its experience during that long and
eventful period would be interesting
reading to the old residents and, per
chance, instructive 10 those fist taking
their places in our commercial affairs.
When the hank opened C K. Bishop
and W. A. Aldrit h, the lalter of whom
died recently at Oakland, wire partners.
Before they began business the bank
ing of Honolulu was done by Page,
Brown & Co, f San Francisco, who
dealt in whalers' exchange paying off
the crews, re-tripping the vessels, etc.,
that voyaged in the north for oil. This
firm occupied the office now used by
the Bell Telephone Company. Bishop
& Co. succeeded to most of the San
I'rancisco bank's custom and were
going along before a fair wind, when
the whaling fleet was destroyed by an
ice pack in the Arctic, and Honolulu's
sole reliance in a business way came to
an end. The whalers never renewed
their traffic, the demand for the oil of
the cetacean having nearly ceased.
Bishop &' Co., although they were
crippled, kept their courage up and
continued to minister to the financial
welfare of the group.
Other losses came from time to time,
particularly when the United States
Government declined to honor one of
the drafts made against the account of
its Consul here. Other drafts were lost,
m-anwhile, which had been forwarded
on the U. S. S. Levant, which left Hilo
for San Diego and was never heard of
more. It is thought the vessel was
caught in the rotary cyclone which
whirled out of the California Gulf about
that time and crossed the route of the
Levant, striking the Island of Maui in
its course and wrecking some planta
tions. The draft losses were not large, and
were recently recouped. The proceeds
realized from the long-deferred pay
ment of the United Slates Government
were donated by Mr. Bishop to the
The original correspondents of
Bishop & Co. were Grinnell, Minturn
& Co. of New York ; H. L. Pierce &
Co. of Boston, and Morgan, Stone &
Co., and later Mc-.Rucr & Merrill, of
San Francisco. Mr. Aldiich finally
sold his interests in the bank to the
famous W. C. Rdston, and the latter
was in partnership with Mr. Bishop
until he became president of the Bank
of California. Thereafter the relations
between C. K. Bishop & Co., (which
came to include John H. Paty) and
the Bank of California, were very
intimate. It was the policy of tbe
local concern to encourage and help
build up the new-born sugar interests,
and the lime was not long before the
new line of custom, thus obtained,
more than made up for the lack of
One Sunday morning the news
reached Honolulu that the Bank of
California had failed. The relations of
Bishop & Co. to that great but
mismanaged institution were
well known, and the local
excitement was intense. Had the bank
been open there would have probably
been a run and a struggle to tide the
difficulty over which might or might
not have succeeded. However, the
moneyed friends of B shop & Co. ral
lied to their support, protected all out
standing drafts, and did whatever else
was necessary to keep the bank solvent.
In San Francisco the belief was gen
eral that the Honolulu institution
would go d wn. "You could not
escape that way again," said an emint nt
banker to Mr. Bishop, "you were
helped by a miracle."
Somewhere about 1880 Hon. Samuel
Damon came into the firm and is now
its managing partner, with Mr. Paty as
an experienced and able colleague.
Mr. Bishop, for the greater part of the
time, lives in the United states, ay
perpetuating the best traditions of the
bank and infusing its policy with his
own conservatism and good sense, Mr.
Damon has made a greater success of
the undertaking than its founders, way
back in 1858, could have regarded as
An Eccentric Clock.
The planing mill clock has got the
wobbles of late and its i.ands gyrate
about i'.s face in a most eccentric man
ner, causing old l ime to shudder.
The Kahunas must be uettinn in their
dreadful work. The Government used
to look after the clock in years back,
but now the owners have permitted it
tn a, i niM of ri-oair. This clock is a
most useful affair to the general publii
in the makai oorlion of the city, and
it is a great pity it is not kept in order
Has Borne Good Fruit
The item in yesterday's Stak about
the dusty condition of the roadways
about the Government buildings has
borne good fruit. A force of men were
put to work this morning to thoroughly
wet down the load, from King street I';
the Executive building, with water Irom
the lawn hydrants. This will be done
( very morning hereafter, and will prove
a source of much comfort to those
whose business calls them to the build
ing frequently. The same course should
be pursued at the Jiuliciary building.
FERGUSON S LIBEL CASE.
Antone Cloys Tells About Life in
In the District Court this morning
Judge Robertson denied the motion to
dismiss the defendant in the libel suit
of Captain Ferguson against Arthur
Johnstone, editor of the Advertiser.
The defendant then took the stand
and testified : Have no control 01
authority over the publication of the
Advertiser. Have no power to pre
vent its publicati n. I insisted on
Cloys signing the article before publish
ing it, thought it might be untrue. I
told Captain Ferguson this. The of
ficers of the Hawaiian Gazette Com
pany control the publication of the
Cross-examination Don't know who
controls the publication of articles for
the Advertiser. I write editorial mat
ters. I don't always revise proofs.
Cloys' name was signed to the article
when he brought it I did not know
it was his name. I revised the English
of the article, also corrected the proof.
I sanctioned the publication. Can
find the original copy. Told Captain
Ferguson it m ght be untrue, but that
Cloys was a reliable man. Did not
know CI ys bef re.
He direct Don't remember whether
Hoogs or Bradford was city editor.
One ef them was. Mr. Whitney has
control of the paper and has the power
to prohibit publications. He does not
Antone Cloys sworn Wrote the
article in the Advertiser. Live at St.
Louis boarding house. Heard thai
persons had been enquiring at the
house for a Portuguese named Cloys.
Have traveled in Guatemala. found
lots of swamps there. Fevers prevail
there. Have heard tell of German
planters having the fever. It is called
morie fever. All Europeans aie subject
to it more or less. Have slept in
houses with laborers. They were
Wooden buildings covered with iron.
Laborers eat meat dried in the sun, and
beans. Overseers, or ;-.nybouy in
authority, are in the habit of going
armed. I was in S.in Jose when the
Montserrat arrived there. The laborers
were a peculiar set Of people. There
are a few Chinese in Guatemala. The
natives will not binel themselves by
contract. Swamps arc thirty or forty
miles inland. The money in use there
is called pOCO tiempo dollars. Dollars
of various countries worth about fifty
five cents when I was there. Contract
laborers are very scarce there. Force
is used to make laborers work. Labor
ers have told me that overseers shoot
if they refuse to work. No malice
prompted ine to write this article.
Cross-examined I arrived here
about the middle of May. Was here
last year. Remained about three
months. Took the place of a sailor on
the Discovery. He paid me. Lived
at Fowler's yard. Had a room to my
self. Left here on the steamer Palinas
for Victoria. Landed at Port Town
send. Think Da vies was the agent.
Paid part of my passage and (forked
part. From Port Townsend went to
Portland, then to San Francisc , Was
in Guatemala in the latter part of 1892
last. After arriving in San Francisco
from Port and did not go out of Cali
fornia until I came to Honolulu. Was
in Guatemala from 1887 to 1890.
Made a trip on the Coliuia to Panama
in 1892. 1 meant the Collma when I
said the Sar. Juan is the vessel I re
turned to San Francisco in. Have
seen no shippe d laborers in Guatemala
Have met several laborer- Who I old me
they worked one month and loafed ih
next. Tnai is the wy tney do there.
Don't know the names 1 f the plan
talions I Visited. Never saw
any person shot by a luna.
Saw no Japanese tht re. Hav.- seen
some Chinese lab rers tht re. Climat
s warmer than in Honolulu. Have
seen buildings on plantations with iron
roofs. Beans and dried beef is the
food of the common people. Saw
Captain Ferguson first in Honolulu.
After the arnv d of the South Ss-a Isl
anders they were dissatisfied. They
were looking for the boss that brought
them there. I his was before they
went to the plantations. I was told
that if the laborers found the boss it
would g hard with hin. I am now
watchman at the Chines theater. I
was at Kahului race track last 4th of
July. Have not made application to
police authorities to run a roulette
table at the track on September 2nd.
I had a roulette table with me in Gua
lemala. 1 bad nothing to do with any
of the planters there. 1 was not con
victed on Maui for running the rou
lette table. Was arrested, b it not
tried, was discharged. 1 remained on
the Colima wliile sin-took on several
bundled bags of Coffee. Don't know
bow many swamps 1 passed through in
Guatemala, Nobody solicited me to
write the letter 111 the Advertiser.
In answer to the l.oi.rt Hie witness
said that he did not say that he re
mained in California from the time In
arrived in San Francisco from Portland
till he came to Honolulu. He went to
Panama the meantime.
A. J. Anderson sworn Have been
lo Guatemala many times, Weill first
in 1879 and stayed three months.
Went next in 1887 and stayed ten
days. W as there ast March. Occu
pation was railroading, contracting and
budge work. Country is diversified
brush, gins, rocks; also, swampy land.
There is one place of about thirty-two
leagues of swamps, li is called "Ta
motflt." It took sixteen days to make
a trip on account of the water. It is
is an unhealthy place on account of
fevers Have passed through planta
tions. Laborers have different kinds
of houses. Saw one large building
with over 100 laborers living in 11.
Some of the buildings have corrugated
iron roofs. Have seen the food of the
At this point the Court took a recess
till 2 P. Hi
At the afternoon session the witness
Anderson continued: Any foreman on
a plantation or public work carries a
revolver and ammunition. I have seen
them use their revolvers ig case of dis
turbance. They also carry large knives.
There are different kinds of money
there, ailed poeo tiempo elollars, Costa
Rica and other Central American coins
They are worth from 40 to 54 cents.
Have seen gold there, but sliver is the
Cross examined--Santa Ana in in
the latitude 23, about 2000 feet above
the sea. Left Guatemala March 27th.
Was in the city of Guatemala, The
laborers I saw there were Chinese and
Recess till 3 v. M,
HE STANDS FROM UNDER
Various Theories Advanced For This
New Move - Said to Fear Possible
A prominent employee of C'aus
Spreekels, who recently came here
from the Coast, was in a Fort-street
store the other day and said that "the
old man" had transferred all his prop
erty on these Islands to his sons and
daughter, so as to put it beyond (he
reach of any possible confiscation.
"Colonel Spreekels is not g ling to
Washington," said this e nployee, "but
he intends to remain at San Francisco,
and let Hawaiian politics alone. He
is convinced that he .made a gre.it
mistake and took a decided risk when
he came here to oppose annexation and
badger the Government. He sees
clearly enough that the Provisional
authorities are giving Hawaii the best
system of rule it ever had, and he be
gins to feel that annexation will win.
In the meantime he knows that it
would not pay him to kick against the
"Dosen't the transfer mean that Mr.
Spreekels is going to return and make
another campaign, secure in the belief
thai he cannot then be deprived of his
Island holdings as a punishment?"
"Not at all ! 1 happen to know that
he intends to leave Hawaiian public
affairs alone and devote his business
genius to things which will be more
profitable to him."
"Do the transfers include everything
the Sugar King has here?"
"Everything 1 Real estate, stocks,
credits and the like. The family resi
dence and other real estate go to his
daughter Emma and his sons get the
As transfers of Hawaiian realty must
be filed here, a STAR reporter was sent
to investigate, He found that a con
veyance had indeed been made.
Following is Mr. Spreekels' deed to
Know all men by these presents
that I, Claus Spu-ckels, of the city and
county of San I'rancisco, State of Call
fornia, in consideration of one dollar to
me in hand, paid bv Emma Claudma
Spreekels of said ciiy and county of
San Francisco, die receipt whereof is
nereby acknowledged, and of my love
and bfTiCtion for her, have given
gianted, barg oncd, sold and Conveyed
and by these presents do give, birg in.
rant, sell and convey uut sod huiu,,i
Claudma Spreekels, her heirs and as
signs, all of those tr.ic.ts of land, situ
it d at Honolulu, Isl.md of Oahu,
Hawaiian Islands, described as follows
1. All of those tracts or parcels ol
land situated on Fort, Merchant, Alakea
and Queen streets, in sa d Honolulu,
described as follows :
(1.) All those prem ses situated rn
the east corner of Fort and Queen
streets, now occupied by S. G. Wilder
& (Jo., set forth by metes and bounds
in Royal Patent No. 12O4 (grant) t
V. K. Kamamalu, excepting so much
as was conveyed to G. P. Judd by dee
dated December yth, 1861, of record
in the Hawaiian Registry of Deeds in
Lib. 14, Tol. 415.
(2) All those premises standing
between said Merchant and Q leen
streets, sel forth by metes and bound
in L C. A. No. 1 c,9 to Kekuanaoa
Royal Patent No. 704.
(3) Ah 1 f those premises extending
between said Merchant and Queen
streets set forth by metes and bound
in L. C, A. No. 160, to V. Kamama u
Royal Patent No. 696.
(4) All of those premises extending
between said Men hant and (.1 leen
streets, set forth by metes and bound
in L. C. A. No. 161, to V. Kamamalu
Royal Paten) No. 6o(,
(5) All of those premises extending
between said Merchant and (ueen
streets, set forth by metes and bound
In L C. A. No. 162, 10 V. Kamamalu
Royal Patent No. 697
(6) aii of those pn miscs situate
on the corner of said Queen and Al
kea streets, set f rth by metes and
bounds in L. C. A. No. 6505, to Ahu,
Royal Patent No. 1623.
(7) All of those piemises situalep
on the corner of said Alakea and
Merchant sireets, set forth by metes
and bounds in L. C, A No, 105, to
V. Kamamalu, Royal Patent No 318,
Said prcniist s having been nvryed
t 1 me one-half by Samuel Parker In
deed dated October 20th, 1883, of
record in said Registry of Deeds, in
Lib. 85, Fols. 158-9, and one-haif by
William G, Irwin by deed dated Feb
ruary lath, 1884, of record in said
registry in Lib. 83, Fols. 205 0.
2. All that tract of Ian, I situated on
the cast side of Alakea street at Hono
ktUpU in said Honolulu, bounded and
described as follows! (a long description
in native here follows 1
being the same premises being to me
by John Samuel Kaai bj deed dated
February 1 7th, 1893
The above deed is Signed and sealed
by Clans Sprcckels on the 141I1 of July,
1893, and acknowledged before F M.
Hatch, Sgenl to take ackiv iwledg( ro( nis
for the district of Oehu, and is duly
recorded in book 141 D of records,
pages 328 and 329.
A Correction Corrected
The Advertiser undertakes the Cor
rection of a Stak item by saying that
the last Legislature appropriated $750
"for the purpose of widening and othi 1
w ise improving the Waikiki road from
King street to the Kalia bridge." As a
matter of fact, the appropriation was
for "repairing and widening the road
from WaikiKi road to Kalia bridge"
quiie a different proposition.
Sam Parker's Affairs.
A stipulation has been filed in the
Circuit Court signed by all the ath rneys
interested in the bankruptcy proceedings
against S im Parker, by Which the hear
ing is again postponed uutn Thursday,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Allen is under ihe
John Emineluth went down to Ewa
to dy on a business nip.
Five civil cases were to be hearel bv
Judge Robertson this afternoon.
The charge of robbery against Kcaki
has been dropped by the prosecution.
The "Military Hill" passed yesterday
will be advertised in to morrow's issue.
V hackman named Kaapa paid $5
fine and costs yesterday for violating
Dr. L. T. Alvarez is in the city from
Waialua and is stopping at the Arling
Professor Merger is interesting him
If in the success of the Kawaiahao
church conceit on Saturday night.
French Commissioner Vtzzavona left
this mornins on the Mikahala for a
ell-earned vacation over on Hawaii.
Ito, a Japanese, was found guilty of
assault and battery by Judge Robert
son and fined $5 and $3 ho costs.
The Planter's Monthly for August
has been received. It contains the
usual amount of interesting information,
The trial of Ah Chow, the engineei
the Pacific Mail steam scow, for
smuggling opium comes off on the
A nolle prosequi was entered this
morning in the District Court In the
asc ol amamoti, chained with the
larceny of a $3 hat.
.Dillon, who assisted a -straggler'
from the Boston to get away from an
officer, was fined $5 and costs and
sentenced to imprisonment fur one
'The superintendent of stieets has a
ang of men at work on Emma stree t
to-day and a long needed improvement
in the shape of sidewalks is being
A j idment was rendcre-el aiiiisi I)
Kalduaua unel J. Shaw, Tax Col-
t-ct, r, as garnishee, in favor of M.
e, laoem tor sua 17 on a oievious
A not ce in the "By Auth' rily"
ilnmn bt.itcs th ,t the surcharged
eiivel'ius if the I'rovisi nal Govern
ic-nt w 1. be on sale on or about Aug
A earn in the 11101 mug mtK r says
ilut the Jao.iiu-se pl.y al the Opera
House is lo be given by coolie lab rers
who are taking that method to raise
t no w ind.
Minister King is investigating the
indition of ine lane bom the Waikiki
ro.id to the Kalia budge, and a till
ey and estimate of cost of inpmvin
ll will probably be 01 de-red.
Minister King has a "By Authority"
Which SSkS I 1 sealed tcndcis lo:
artesian well BUM hinery including
triple pump, steam engine and gearing,
etc and a corrugated iron shed.
Sam Lcderer of the I. X. L. says
that he has all llie annexation badges
and American flags in stock thai any
body could ask for; pud if the climate
lias injured the ones dial were displayed
just after the revolution he will supply
all deficiencies at the lowest market
In the Ihstrict Court this afternoon
the Hawaiian Hardware Company 1 b
tained judgement against C harles I 11 -djil
and . S. Spaulding, The "Sun"
Fife and Marine Ins urance Company
and the "Alliance" insurance Com
pany as garnishees, lor the sum of
$90 2 1 for material furnished for th
The Iverage weight il adult Boston
ians of both sexes is only 133 pounds
Western people average six pounds
FLOTSAM AM) JETSAM.
THK AMERICAN TERN HALCYON
The Steamer Mikahala For Volcano
Kaala mid Wnialralc Fron
The day ol the sch oncrs for freight
ing between the islands has come and
gone. About all they prove now is a
home for Kanakas and there is no prof
it in running them to compete against
the number ol Steamers lint ply in the
inter island trade.
Capiat 1 Peterson f the Pelc i, p i'ts
the scho ner Liholiho as lying very easy
where she was wrecked at Makaweli,
She is being dismantled and divers
have discovered most ol the keel torn
- li is not tuppc-Urd she O in b.
floated. 'The American tern Halcyon arrived
this afternoon, 18 d ys fr m Humboldt
Hay with a ( argo if ledwoi.d for this
'The Mikahala left on the Volcano
route this morning with a light' passen
ger list and a small cargo.
'The Pele is discharging her big cargo
' f Makaweli sugar into the hirkeiiline
Castle ;.t Oceanic wh irl.
'The bug Irwin is enjoying a new coal
of paint preparatory t her return to the
Coast next Week,
'The bark A len went ' n the Marine
Railway this afternoon to becauiktd
The bark Gorge. N. Wilcox is an
chored in naval row.
FRIDAY, AUGUST, iS.
Diamond Haao, 3:30 f. m. Weather
clear. Wind light, N. I'..
Sum Hale, Petenon, frqai Makaweli,
stun Kaala, Gahan, from Walanai, Waialaa
Am torn Halcyon, from Humboldt Hay.
Stmi Mikahala, ( lianey, for Maui and Hawaii.
li, per slim Pele. Ana 17
Prof Palmei and ;i Rw deck
F01 Maui and Hawaii, per slim Mikahala,
Aug iS Mis KWCoouer, Mocei Mahelona,
Kcong Leons, ; L Desha, C Kiny. (I Gil
Hlllaa and wife. Mon Vizunma, II Laws,
Mrs Tosh and child, and about -'5 on dee-k.
Am hki s N Cattle, Hubbard, fur the ( nasi
on or about Saturday,
lir hk Elisabeth tir.-iliam, Anderson, fbsPugel
Sound on or ibout Tuesday.
Am brgi W in i, Irwin, Williams, for San
Francisco Aoa ay,
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
E Pelei inje ban tueai for Wm G Irwin
fe Co, ae-ci Makaweli Plantation.
Ex K.iab; 451 i,ie,s paddy fir J A Hopper.
CI Waialua I'lamaliun, iSd liaes 1 ice for
llyin.in Bros, ace! 1'uiialuu Plantation. a
green hidei inr various, acet Kabuku Ranch.
VESSELS IN HORT.
n a v a 1 . mtr.is,
I ay, San I 'rancisco.
Nelson. San Frandsco
U S S l!,i-.l,n
U s S Adami
WSSCHAM 1 Mi-.N.
hk li X Wilcox, Waller-, Liverpool.
Br hk Ladstoclf, Williams, Liverpool.
Am bktnc S N Castle, San Fran,
llr lik ParthertODc. Ileal. Newcastle.
llrlik Elisabeth Graham, Anderson, Newcastle
Ant hk Annie Inhiisun, S I-' al llil,,.
m but W (, Irwin, William-, San BVan.
Itawn schr Liliu, HUcbfleld, jaluit, SSI.
Am sell Olea. Puacl ftpund (al Kali)
Am hk AiexMcNIel, Sorrnan, Departure Hay.
Am hk s j Allen, Thompson, San Fran.
Am hk Adieu, Griffiths. San 1 raneisco.
lir hk Velocity, Martin, Hongkong.
Am hk Klikiia:, Cutler, Pugel Syund.
Am nil! Half yon, 1 1 urn! : Day,
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED
Km schr Alice Cooke, i-i.ut.-t Sound
. . I me
. . Due
Am iik Discovery. San Francisco...
&m bk Detroit, Departure Bay . ..
Am h. irk A'den Hesse, San Finn...
Am be, I D Since!. el-. S I' (Kahl .
Am liui Lor line, San P (Hlln)
Am hit s 1. Wilder, s.ui Fran Aim ?o
Am hark Harvester, s P illd,, Aug 11
Am bkt llil,,, San Fran A' g 24
Am schr Robert Lewats, san p Aug 25
Haw hk Leaht, San Fran Auu lb
Am bid Inward, Layssn Island Auu 36
Ger Stmr C'ulaia, V iknliatna Aug
Am hk Amelia. Pugel Sound Aug 30
Ger hk I e' Fluifer, Brt.uen Oct 15
Gel li . I'.uii I , nliete, I.neliiO I Nov 1
Am hk Manila Dart, H ,st,,n Dec 5
A Midnight Fake.
Somebody went mi board the Boston
l ist night ind informed tht officer on
duty thai a Royalist uprising w is likciy
in take place and that nil the tegular?
mid minus had peen called t,i amis.
Shortly aftet daylight this morning aj
Si au man was called up by one i f the
lieutettsnts, who reported tbe midnight i
t.de and asked for further particulars I
Reportorial inq itry devel oed me fact '
thai tiiere had linn' no scare n shore,
nd ih.it no troops had been musterbd ,
A sen tine I accidentally find Ins rifle
duiin,; the nigh I, but ihal disturbed no
one eMcii the corporal of the guard
and ihe people who were in their beds
Uogs With Leprosy
Mangy curs known as "leprous"
degs are buinn shi t by ihe police daily
lo the vicinity of thi flsbmarltet. It is
stated on good authority that many of
ihe dugs "I the city belongitg to na
tives have leprosy,
The North ast Trades
The wind mm ar.auul in the s uth-
east fur a u.ii f the day yesterday,
The noilheat trades had been con
tinuous loi 1 16 days
an IMlMWUy '-'"f
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamship Will leave for and arrive from
Sun Pranciseo OH the following dutrs. till ihe
BUM ol ihyj :
I KOV MoSol III 10
Alameda Aug 24
W.-urimool V.mlA 'g l
AuttrpM Sept n
Ma Iposa . . . .Sepl 21
Oceanic . . ...Sept 25
MktWera (Van) pel a
Australia In: 11
Monawai Oct 19
Wai rimoo(Van)Not 1
China Nov 0
Australia Nov s
. laowda ..... Nov 16
M tow 1.1 1 Van) Dt c 2
Oceanic Dee 4
Au- ndia Dec 6
Alameda Dec. 14
Warrlmoo i Van lan 1
City Peking. . . fan 2
PaoM San K'ncijco
Miowera(Van) Aug 21
.Monowai Aug. 24
Australia .... Sept 6
I'hina Scpl 19
W arnmoolv an)Sp 21
Alameda .... Sen; 21
Australia Oct 4
Oceanic Uct I
M. lipos 1 . . . . ( ), I II)
Mmwe-ra( .in) Oct 21
Australia Nov i
M mxiw.ii ... ISnv 10
l 'Inna Nov
Australia 1 ec 6
Alameda l)cc 14
Ue .une I tec 2t)
Australia Jan j
From and Ah.t Junr I, imiim
Tl A 1 NH
lo F.WA Mlt.l .
H. II. A. D.
A.M. T.M. KM, I'.M
Leave Hon-, lulu . ...8:45 1:45 4:35 5:I(
Leave Pearl City o:?o a: jo :io 5,156
Arrive Tw i Mill 0:57 2:57 5:36 6:22
C 6. R. A.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. P.M.
6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
6:55 11:15 4H5 6:'
7:30 11:55 4:55 f:45
Leave Ewa Mill. . . ,
Leave Pearl Cii y. .
Arrive I loitolutu . . .
Sunday's cm - ptril.
Y Son J. U. Tri-eloan has full
power 01 attorney to act for me in all
my biitr,eys and personal ull.urs.
(Signed) II. S. TKEGLOAN.
120 1 3t
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum.
Till. MUSEUM WILt HE OPEN TO
Ihe public on Fridays from 9 to 12, and
on Saturdays from 2 to 5 until further notice.
itv order ot ihe 1 rustees,
Wm. T. BRIOHAM,
1 r s -1 v. Curator.
Has Resumed Practice
2o. 49 Bcrctania St.
OFFICE IIDL'US: Slog A.M . 1t0tP.lt..
ami 7 lo S I'.M.
it-tf ll,ilh Telephones No. jjO.
1 1 1 If
R. S. G. Tt'f Kl'U HAS Ur.Sl'MKD
practice at DR. DAY'S office, 43 Here
lam. 1 Street, near fort.
V STOKK ON ( (iKNI K ( V I OKT
and Hotel Streets is to let and fixtures
for sale, inquire of
ior--im 1 HAS. 1. PISHBL.
L. H. DEE,
I I OTIC I- STREET,
Between Fort and Bethel Streets
IF you want a good pair of GLOVES
for driving or walking, I can sell 'em 10
you. Oi il y 11 want t., -, lomc NEW
NhCK WEAR in the- latest designs and
ibapes, call around and feast your eyes.
I have also got a new itock i COLLARS
.11, d CUFFS, and above all do not foruet
lh t I . in making SHlTs TO ORDER
in all -'vie-, and ihu I am the -.,ie acent for
ile in, G lace, 1 Saoit.ii I'tidci wear. Your
I physician recummende it for the health.
1 1 h 3-1 in
IN OaBAT AKIK I V A I I UK
"Elite" Ice Cream Parlors
'ale Lager Beer,
1 V-1- AUBl r.t 1 i:t.
11 Invoice ok Calikor
Oyster Cocktails a Specialty,
L H I )KK, Prop'r.
Hawaiian Wine Co,
l-RANK IJROWN, M.wm.kk,
j8 and p 1
chain Sire,;, Honolulu.
Jotm Wietaiid Bibwrul Go
We are Still Importing
Among other things the
hark" (i. X. Wilcox" brought
us th- following:
Hubbnck's Genuine, o.
1 and No. 3 White Lead, in 2b,
50 or 100 lb. iron keys.
Hubbuck's White Zinct
Red Lead, pale boiled and raw
Oil. Stockholm and Coal Tar,
in barrels or drums. Castile
Soap, Shot. HI! to No. 10,
Punched I lot Shoes, Sal
Soda, galv'tl Anchors, Brush
Door Mats, flexible steel and
iron Wire Rope, Seine T ine,
Harris' Harness Liquid, I .i .
& Martin Blacking, galvanized
bucket and I ulis. Chain, tlk.
mil gatv il 1 i lo .i s
Sheet Iron, No. i(i
1 inned ire, Copper Wire.
No. 10 to 20, black and galv'd
Fence Wire, Mob. i. 5 and (l.
Blue Mottled Soap, Anvils,
70 to 200 lbs.; Blacksmith's
Vises, all sizes; a large assmt.
of Bar Iron, kes Dry Vene
tian Keel, ellow ( K'hre. Paris
Yellow, Burnt timbre, l it.
Blue, Paris Green, Meiahc
Also, received ex Austtalia,
2600 asstd Elect. Lamns.
Hose, Butcher Knives, Carv
ers, Carriage Gloss Paint, Su!
phur Bellows, Scissors, Shoe.
tint and Varnish Brushes;
Buckles, Picture Cord, Furni
ture Mails, tape Measures,
Jennings Bits, Yale Padlocks,
Oilers, galvd Swivels, White
Shellac, Gold Leal, Leather
Washers, and at last our "line
assmt. of Wostenholm Pocket
Knives and Razors has trot
We were almost out of those
line swing Razor Strops, but
have a new lot this steamer.
We have a in 1 1 line oi' Elec
trical Goods, ami can wire
houses for Electric Lights on
short notice. Now is the time
to leave your order for wirtnjr,
as in a few months the current
for lights can be furnished and
then evervone will want liorhts
4 - O
it once, and those w hose huus-
es are wired will of course get
E.O. HALL & SON.
Fort & King
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
Com purrs Assortment or
Stoves and Ranges
FRENCH R VNGES
set in brick .
AGATE IRON WARE,
and TIN ARK,
'COLUMHUS' WROUGHT STEEL
SINKS, Galvuiced and White
CAL. LAWN SPRINKLFRS.
Sht-et Metal Goiuls in Tin, L't.ppcr or Oil
vaniicd Iron on hand 01 ma,k- to order.
Full line of Sanitary Omuls. Baih Tubs,
l.av.-itorii-s, Waler Closels, Pipe and PHtiMS.
We are equipped (of work ,il a I kinds in
the Sheet MstsJ and I'luinhmn Tia.le, and can
geaiaetM thenweli iwaliaismlili and first
class materials in ihee lines.
We kolicit your patropagc,
J. Emmeluth & Co.
No. 6 Nuuanu tit., and 104 Miuhant si.
Hard Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
It you are in need of any New or Second
hand FURNITURE, uuos. sTovks.
SKWING MACHINES. Etc.. call si ihs
I X L
Furniture & Commission House,
corner xsuuaiui and
MM GERMAN STEAMER
Capt. W. E. Ipland,
Due lltTr Shortly.
Will In' ilcfcIt'hod foi (lit. 3Ik.l jhui on 01
aluiut ihe 6 Brni bur. i9j-
Fi further paniculan regaulmt p.ias.- and
freight aji!) to
1 i-t id Agrnts.