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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER iS, 1903.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Bteamen of This Line Will Arrive at anc
Leave This Fort as Hereunder.
From San Franolsoo:
AUSTRALIA Otl. te
AUSTRALIA ., Nov.
In oonneotion with the tailing of the above teamers, the Agents
re prepared to issue, to intending DMsenoers. coupon thronsb
tiokeii by any railroad from Ban
United Btatei, ana irom new xork by any toamsnip line to all
For farther particular! apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship. Co. ,$ Tojo Klsen.Kalsna
. flutn ol tbt ifcovt coaptniM wttl call (
or Japan and China:
'rnfrkaMaru ... Oct u
Ptklng..... . Nov. f
Gaelic .... t Nov, 10
Hongkong Marti . .., Nov. to
China ....... .Nov tt
Doric Dec j
For central lalonaa'Joo apply to
H. Hackfeld &
OTSUanere ol tbt abort Hot. ruooloc la coDBtctlon wltb the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tatVMa Vancouver, B C . and Sydney, N. S. W., andcalllncat Victoria. C. C, Honolulu aod Brlibioi
in DIE AT HONOLULU on or about tba dates below itated via 1
IOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
For Brtibanaaed Sydney 1
Aorangl Nov. 14
4VTbroutb ticket lnutdfroB Honolulu to Canada, United States aad Europe.
rsitatt ana au central information, appiy 10
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. 8. " AMERICAN " leaves New York for San Francisco, Tacoma an J Seattle
en route to Honolulu on October 10th. Is due at San Francisco about December 12th,
at the Sound about December 21st. Will receive freight at the above namej por.s
Honolulu at lowest rates.
8. 8. "HAWAIIAN" will leave New York 011 or about December loth to
perform the same voyage as above. Freight received at Company's wharf, 42J
Street, South Brooklyn.
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilier Steamshio Co, Ltd,
6. 6. Klnau,
, FREEMAN, Master.
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
rTueedajs at 12 noon, for Kau
akakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Kthct,
Makena, Kawathae, Mahukona, Lau
yanoehoe and IIUo.
Returning will salt from IIUo on
Fridays at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalbao, HI
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAQES ONLY
srlll be taken for Kaunakakat, Lahalna,
Kaalaea bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. S. Claudlne,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m. touching al Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlku, Hnna, Hamoa and Kl
ptvhulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lilu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
8. 6. Lehua,
, BENNETT, Master.
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
lUmalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
M, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rlvM at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
m.Vk chances In the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
M0TICE, ana 11 will noi ne respouaiuie
lor any consequences arising there
Consignees must be at the landing
te receive their freight This com
any will not hold Itself responsible
lor freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengers
nlets piacea in ui m ui ui jw
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall.
Lag to do so will be subject to an ad.
tltlonal charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company win nor, ue uaoio lor
loss of, nor injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the arao bo declared when 10
eelved by the Company, and an extra
charge be rundo therefor.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering rt shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may bo seen by shippers
apon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
I solely at the risk of the shipper.
O. L. WIGHT. President.
B. D. ROSE, Secretary.
DAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Bupt
For San Fr&jiciBco.
Francisco, to all points in the
Honolulu ml ttv (bit port or about (ba
For San Francisco:
(iaelk Oct. to
Hongkong Atrii , Oct ai
Crina.. Nov. 1
Doric . . Nov i
Nippon Mara , . ....... Nov. to
Rlodt Janeiro Nov jo
Coptic Dec 8
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.Ct.
1 Aoranffi.,,. uci u
I Warrlmoo .. Nov ti
I Mlowcra.... Dec. it)
For Frttfbt aad
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Fund w.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8.00 A. Al., 10.00
A. M., 6-00 p At.
Leave Portland: 9-15 A. Al., 9:00 P. Al.
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
OnlJ FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Baiber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-Ta-'carte)
ice nciiming inairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, ifiqn.
stations, run. n.M.
(O.twerl) .1. Sua. !tlly u. Sm, Dally Dill;
AM. PM. P.M
S I is S 10
11.40 1 4 J S
la 00 4 os i to
.... 4 4S ....
.... J 40 ....
.... an ....
DjH- D.JJ, D.U,
ItlS .... toS
a.10 .... .to
41 iwj 4 a
I oi llio 4 si
S is tt lit
Hoaololt 7 10 9 is
Purl City.,,, I.j .!
SwiMIII In s.ol
Watana. to so
Watalua ti j
Kahulra it it
(livetd) .1 Su
Pull City til
r. C. Surra, Oen'l Fata. fc Ticket
O. P. DnilMii. flnporinlendnnt.
Violin - Studio
Room 4, Love building.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
720 Beretanla street: Tel. 1114, 1627 tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of .itar, Mandolin, Zltbe
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to bo left caro of Wall, Nlcholt
00 VMrtrom Mcain On IS'S
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Office. . .
Completes Her Tour
Tncoma Oct &.- The I'nltcil Stnten
revenue cutter Alliatru-s is Jiint ba
fiom n fourteen months' cruise. nnJ
by the time she reaches San l'rnticltcu
her log will shun that she has cocre
a distance of ll.ooo miles.
The Albatross left Fan Tranclsco a
)car ago last August with a pari) of
Go eminent scientists aboard for u
cruise through the Southern l'aclll:
ocean for the purpose of ImesllgatliK
the coral formations. The cutter
touched first at the Society Island,
then visited the I'aumoto archipelago,
tho Tonga group, the KIJI group nnd
tho ailbcrt and Marshall Islands. Tin
Caroline Islands were the last visited,
and the Albatross then started for Yo
kohama by nay of Guam. June 1th tho
vessel sailed for I'etropaulovskl, on the
Siberian coast. After attending ,
some dredging uork there the cuttii
went to Vnalnska, where she rcmalnel
until July 3d, when she started south.
She cruised donn the coast by ea3
stages, anchoring ever) night one!
stopping nt all the canneries. After
leaving Alaskan waters the Albatross
eamo direct to Tacoma.
Captain Moscr reports that tho
weather has been delightful during the
whole of the fourteen months that th
have been out. Tho only storm that
was encountered was whllo on the way
,from Yokohama to Pctrnpaulovskl, and
It was not of any consequence. The
Albatross will remain In Tacoma for a
month at least.
Six Percent Gold Bonds
OAHU SUGAR CO.,
The undersiencd offer for sale until
further notice, at par, three hundred
One Thousand Dollar Gold Bonds of
the Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd. These
bonds bear interest at Six per cent per
annum payable October 1st and April
1st and are part of the total issue of
seven hundred and fifty thousand
dollars, secured by a trust deed and
mortgage on the entire property of the
To a limit at present of Fifty
Thousand Dollars, Hawaiian Govern
ment Six per cent Bonds willl be re
ceived at par in exchange, interest to
be adjusted on the date of transfer.
BISHOP & CO.
The followine described Hawaiian Gov
ernment sl per cent bonds have b-en lost
or stolen, and all persons are warned
against negotiating the ame:
1 ne numoers and dattsot the bonds arc:
No. T2 0 Stock A, Date December 11,
1 boo, 51000.
No. 73 6". Stock A, Date December 11,
No. 74 6 Stock A Date lecember it,
i8qo, Jicoo. '
No. 75 (i Stock A, Date December 1 1,
No. 353 ". Stock A, Date August 14,
No. 354 6o Stock A, Date August 14,
No. 355 Ki Stock A, Date August 14,
No. 356 6 Stock A, Date August 14,
Suitable rewards will be paid to any
neron or persons who return said bonds
or any of them to the undersigned
A. M. BROWN,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oct. 13,1000. tCCo-tf
Drill Corps !
The Republican Drill Corps are ordered to
ASSEMBLE FOR PARADE
o at the Drill Shed at G:30 p. m. o
On Thursday, Oct. 18
Line of March will be Irom Hotel to
Nuuanu, to Vineyard to Fort, to King to
Palace Square, where counter match to
Rlchardf street, and then to Drill Shed.
MAJOR C. W. ZEIGLER,
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the Inter I land Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., at their oflice,
Queen street, on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1900,
at to o'clock a. m.
Object of meeting: To corslder the
question of increasing the capital stock of
the Company, and to transact such other
business as may be brought before the
meeting. C. H.CLAPP,
Honolulu, Oct. lO, 1 000 1 662-2 w
THF CITY OFFICE OF THE
Stan Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building. Room 1, coi
ner .Merchant and Alake 1 streets.
Tl LI I'llONL MAIN 391
Dairy telephone; Blue 3171.
1646-nn A . DOAK. Manager.
ALL HALLOWEEN DANCE
At Progress Hall
l.'nJ.r thulrn ot tl I'jcIIU Kctthali Lode.
No. 1, 1 o, o r
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 31
TICKLTS 50 cents each.
Commander of the Latest
Six Masted Schooner
HOW JEVYETT EARNED FAME
IN HIS FISHING SMACK
Worked His Way Up by Good Seamanship-Has
No Fear of Wind
Lost a Ship.
Ilangor, Me . Oct. 1 The first of
Maine's two slx-mnsted schooneis, tl
George V. Wells, lnmichvd at Camden
on August II, has been rigged, lltt'il
out nnd toned to sea, and b) this tlmo
she must hue reached one of the coal
ports to take In her llrst cargo. I'lie
second six-master Is still on the stocks
nt Hath, and will be launched In a ftn
weeks. Inusual Interest Is felt in her,
not only because she Is a rUnl of th"
Camden giant, but also becauso she Is
tr be commanded by the smartest skip
per on the coast, Capt. Lincoln Jewell
of South Portland, familiarly known
all along shore as "Line" Jewett. Capt.
Jewctt Is a t)plcal Down 1-ast skipper,
one of the nctUc, nervous kind alwis
In a great hurry and afraid of nothln.r,
11II0.it or ashore. In times past he used
to be regarded by the old and careful
salts as all but crazy, they shhered
at some of his feats of fcamanship,
nnd they predicted n grand smash for
him and his esse I "one of Unite daw,
Jewett never waits for wind or weather
when there Is a possible chance of get
ting an) where.
When he was a fisherman, salting o
little smack out of Portland, he gave
tho fish dealers there a turn whirl:
made their eyes stick out. One told nnd
bluster) day In winter he came Into
Portland with n good fare of llsh. ana
found the market bare. The weather
had been so bad that no one could gel
anywhere or catch anything, and so it
looked like n harvest time for Capt.
Line with his good fare. The llsh deal
ers, huwevir. thought dlffercntli.
The) argued that the weather wns no,
stormy that Jewett would have to stay
in Portland and dispose of his fare,
there nt whatever price was offered,
and so the) made 11 pool, agretlng 10!
pay only a certain price, with the im-l
ilerutandlng that tho fish should ho di
vided anions them. Hut the scheme
didn't work. Capt. Jewctt told them all
to go to Ihundtr, nnd, to the umaze-
ment oi un nanus, got under way In 1
howling snowstorm fur (Homester
wheio ho arrived all tight and got a
high price for his fare. The Portland
fish dialers never tried, utter that, i'
get the best of Cnpt. Jewett. "There' j
no tellln' what the crltter'll do,' said
one of thum. And time wasn't.
Capt. Jewett's daring, good Judgment
and enterprise soon won swift advance
ment for htm nnd he was graduated
from tho llttlo fishing smack to a
good sized schooner In the coasting
trade He made iiuick trips and plUd
up dividends for the owners nt such n
rate that they kept giving him lilggir
nnd hater vessels until, In lyjl, tho
four-master Charles p. Notman wns
built for him at Hath. This vvus n ves
sel to Capt. Jewett's liking. She was
of LSO.'.tons net register carried about
2,:oo tons of coal and would sail like
a pirate. The wn) he rated her up nr.d
down the coast made the othtr tojl
Once Capt. Line nstunlshed the ship
ping world by n font that it without
parallel In the annals of the toasting
trade. There wns n great stuielt) ,n
toal In Portland one winter a few )ears
ago, and tho Notman was one of th
licet of fourteen sail bound to Port
laud from various places with the much
wanted fuel. They had bad weather
turning down from tho capes of the
Delaware, and when a furious storm
came up most of them went Into Vina
)urd Haven or some other harbor of
refuge. Capt. Jewett, however, was In
no mood fur luallng in linrhors. Ho
knew that If ho got Into Portland with
the whole, licet ho mlgut have to wait
for weeks to get discharged, su he kept
right along, regardless of the weather.
So It was that, while the other vessels
wciu reported us "arrived" atnhe Vino
yard, the Charles P. Notman was re
ported In this wuy:
"Passed, hch. ChnrlcH P. Notiu.m,
Jewett. Newport News lor Portland"
"Passed'" That little word In the
Vine) aril ship news made tho owneis
of the Notman look thoughtful, for
thej knew what the wcathet was, wh'lu
sallormcn declared the "Lint' Jewett
was cruz), sure enough. The snow
storm continued, with a howling noith
easter to spin it along, nnd tho next
ufternonn, after passing the Vlnejard,
the Charles P. Notman Hew In by Port
land Head like a towcrlni: snow li.mlt.
Tho Hghtkeepcr stared when sho went
i), as if ho had seen an aniinritloii.
nnd w hen tho big Bchooner tamo tear
ing up the harbor tho few 'longshore
men who happened to be nbout were
astonished. Up sho came, with every
thing on her and rounded to olf the
coal docks. Then, to tho amazement
of all who saw It, Cnpt. Jowett dockej
her without tho aid of u tug he Jiut
brought her to and backed her Into
her berth. When ho got thero all tho
berths were empty and all the steve
dores loafing, so that ho got niilck dis
patch In dtschurglng. Two da)s after
ward, on his return trip, when ho vvn3
running down by Cape Cod ho met all
tho rest oftho Meet coming up and
made a few- cheerful remarks to siHi
of thejit ns passed within hall concern
ing quick lussagcs, loallng In harbors
and getting around tho wotld general
ly. Had ho waited In tho Vlnejiud ror
for good weather ho would have gone
Into Portland with thu liunth, and us
vessels havt to tako thtlr turn In dW
inargliig, ho might lmvo had to wult
two weeks or mure before he got the
eoal out of the Charles P. Notman.
It was by such pirfoimunees as this
that "Lint" Jewctt tllmbcd tho ladd t
of success fiom tho little llshlng smirk
to the four-master He has lieen suc
cessful in other wa)B, too, and now
Is to be commander of one of tho two
wonders of the shipping woild the
lit i tl a-.jt ! ... .. i 1
..... ..,01 niA-iiMbicii renooners over
TO CURi: A COLD IN 0NK DAY.
Tako Laxative llromo (ulnlne Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. drove's slguature
Is on each box. :S cents.
KIIIEI ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
The EIGHTH ASSESSMENT of the
aldve stock of 5 per cent. r i v per
share was di.e August 1st, 1930, mj Is
The NINTH ASSESSMENT of per
tent, or 5J.50 per share was due on Sept.
1st. 1900, raj penalty 'rom this dite, and
I will be delinquent on Oct 31,19:0.
The 1 ENTH ASSESSMENT of 5 per
went, or 52.50 per snate is due tojayuct,
1st, anJ will pay interest on an J alter
Nov. 1st, 1900, becoming delinquent Nov.
All of the above are payable at the
offices of Alexander iV HalJwIn, Ltd.,
J. P. COOKE,
Treisurer, Klhel Plantation Co., LtJ.
Honolulu. Oct. 1st. 1000. 1650
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Olaa Sugar Company Limited, Is
called by the PreslJtnt to beheld at the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce In
Honolulu, at 10:00 a. m. on FRIDAY,
October 26, 1900.
The object of the meeting Is to consider
amendments to the HyLiws, and also for
the purpose ol taking such action as mav
be deemed ajvls.ib'e concerning the bond
ing of the plantation; and also to consider
such other business as may be brought
before the meeting.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugir Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, II. T., October 15, toco.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per snare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
111 Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
Xctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June t. 1000 mo
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been duly ap
pointed Administratrix of the estate of
Daniel W. Roach, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
notice Is hereby given to all persons to
preent their claims against the estate of
Slid Daniel W. Roach duly authenticated,
vv nether secured by mortgage or otherwise,
to the undersigned, at her residence, on
Hotel street, Honolulu, within six months
from the date hereof, or they will be for
ever barred. And all perns InJebted to
sild estate are hereby requested to make
immediate payment thereof to the under
signed. ANNIE HOACH,
Administratrix of the Estate of Daniel
W Roach, deceased.
Honolulu. Sept. 17. logo. i64o-st-o.a.w.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
riMSK LOUIS vt MAKIA GLOKIA COSTINA
Itw Krrutlk ot llaoill To tti.Mjrthal ol Ui.
Hawaiian HlanJ. or Mi Drcuty. G,rilnr.
Yeuar.tomm.ndcltn Simmon VlAkIA (UORIA
COSTINA. drfrnJint In raw th than f,l. written
ANSWtH WITHIN TWLMY DAYS allrr wvlc.
hmol. to to nJ arr.it Nlor. IU 11IJ Circuit
C ourt at r Sfttfmtrr Term th.reot, to r-a hoMrn at
Llhu.. ManJ ol Kanal. on WH1M.SDAV IM jth
Jay ot Srp rmtff r.xt at 10 n ltck a m to ihr,w
cam. tiy th. claim ol I'fink l.ouli. i-lalntlH ahoulj
rot t awirJrj tnhlm runuanl to the tmr.r ol hli
antie.tJ LIM tor Dtv.rc. AnJtiate vju Own the
lhli Writ with Ijll itturno! yourpriHrrJIncillwrron
Wlln.illlon J IlirJy, JuJrc lithe Circuit Court
ol the I ilth Circuit, al Llhuf Kauai this 1, ill day ol
ISlKf.J) IIAKHV D WISHARn
I herrty entity th. lorejoini: to te a Hue and tiact
cotyottheirtttlral lummuni In aid cause and that
laid Court ordered ruMicatlnn D, 1tlt t4me anj A
continuance ot said cause until the next March, 1941,
term ut this Court
Dated Llhue, Kauai, Sertemfer Kth tvn
rIAHKY D WISIIAHD.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k. vs. E.LINDEMANN,Sumraons
Ttit Tereltory tl Hawaii To the Hich Mierld ol the
Terrltoiv ot Hawaii, n, hli (Vnuiv ,,, t,.i n ih-
lilandol Kauai, or hli Deputy, or any Constable In
the Territory ot Hawaii.
You a e commanded to summon E. LINDEMANN
delendart. In caie he shall tile written ANSVVLK
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS alter serslc. hereol. ... ba
and arrear belora the 11IJ Clrrulr Cmiri n ,s ;,..
t.mber Term thereol, to be holden at Llhue. Island ol
Kaual.on WfcD.StSDAY, the Jth day ol September
""i. "o wiiocK a m.. 10 insw cause wny th.
claim ol Kaaouwal k, plaintiff, should not be awardej
lo him putsuant 10 the tenor ol hit annexed Petition.
And has. ou then there ihl. Wilt with lull teturn ol
vour croc.edinei thereon
Witness Hon Jacob Hardy. Judc. ol the Circuit
Court ol Ike I IIUl Circuit, at Llhue. this glh day ol
tSltmd) HARHY D. WISHARD
I het.by err ily Hie lo'egolng to te a true and exact
copy ol the orlelnal summoni In said cause and that
, V.UU11 uian.4 I'ui'iKaiiun 01 me same and a
conllnuaece 1 1 said cause until the next March, too,
term ol this Cotrt
Dated Llhue, bertemter nth iqw
HARRY D WISHARD,
NevvB ol the TrinHioptH.
. S. F., Os.t. 5. The steamer I'llntshlre
lias Peen released from the government
service and 's being fitted up fun the mer
The army transport Sherman will be
uue aooui tne istn irom -Manila, vn Na
The freight transport Wyelield will take
anotner cargo ol irelght to Manila.
The Armv transport tug Slocum Is ex
pected to arrive today irom New Yorli,
via the Straits of Magellan. She left Aca
pulco on September 2th. The Slocum Is
a large and powerful tug, which will be
used exclusively for Government service
In this harbor.
S. F., Oct. 6. The army transport
Conemaugh arrived yesterday morning,
thirty-five days from Manila and twenty-live
from Nagasaki. The vessel
brought no freight. She will sail for .Ma
nila again In a few days, taking horses
and fodder. The Leelanavv will aho take
several hundred hones to Manila and will
sail within a few days.
Sin Francisco Arrived Oct, s, bks C.
l Bryant and St. Katherlne from Hono
I ilu and bk Annie Johnson from Hllo;Oct,
6. bks Andrew Welch and Albert from
Honolulu. Departed Oct. 6, bk Mohican,
for Honolulu; CM. ej, s.p Emily F. Whit
ney for Honolulu and bg Consuelo for
Astoria Arrived Oct. 5, bk Kllmory
.111J sp Uechmont from Honolulu; Owt. 6,
su Phll.idelphli from Honolulu.
I'ort lownsend Airivt-d Oct. . si-hr
G. W. Watvm from Kahulul; Oct. 6.
si.hr J, h, Weatherwa from Honolulu;
Ot 7. P Yosemlte from Kahulul; Owt.
, schr Okanogan from Hllo; Oct. , sp
Standard from Honolulu.
liureka Arrived Oct. 6, schrs Emma
Glaudlne and Bva from Kahulul and sclir
Jessie Minor from Kallua.
Neah Bay Arrived Owl. e;,sp Caruedd
Llewellyn from Honolulu.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is the time to get leak aad
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs Put in Ordst
By competent wotknest
For the Plumbing
On that nnw linnm thai trnr, ...
about to bnild or tho (.Iteration.
yon are intending to mako on
vonr nrnrtnrlv. Poll mJ ... -
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith unci Plumber,
Shop: Borolanla street, 4 doors ewt
of Punchbowl. Phono 8i.
Houra 7 a. m. to S p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H, BAtTH
Honolulu. Sbeet Metal Works
Galvanlztd Iron Skylights and Vtitllattn,
Conductor Pips and Gutttr Wo't
Rlctardi StiHt, txt. Qua aoi Mwcbaat, Bm.IiK
VJottloi rroaatlr atl.nd.l U.-Wt
Tel. White 41. p. 0, Box 170.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs sont to any part of tltc
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Wulklkl Iloatl, WalklkL
TEL. BLACK 141.
Vlhen Yon Waq6 a Iig
RING UP THE
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- 18 FOHT STltEKT
SLa'ile 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'Phonos, 319 ami 71a.
O. II nHLTJKA.
Drays for Freight
Our rer)rrMit.itli. ,n..i -it i...i
steamers from the Coast itndwe chect
oaggage on all outgoing steamers.
wane ua Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evenlni. Itnll.tln ,, ci
street. Tel.Scl " ' ""
W. LARSEN, H'fi'f.
Pacific Transfer Co.
7 Klnr St, not to Bailey's Cyclary.
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunks. Turnltur. and Sales Carelully HandLf
t TELEPHONE ;S yj.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black S.tnd
In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
S3T Dump Carts furnished by the day
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's office.
A GOOD THING
4 U c
Otila, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Oat and bpUt MdyIor IbtBtOTS),
STOVE, STEAH & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITBaND BLACK BAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any nan
HUSTAOE A 00.,
XI Onr.n Hlrwl
The World Register
Keeps the Cash whllo you aro busy,
Try ono o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence anil MonameDtal Ct
641 Kind Street,
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