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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., 'SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave tbli port aa hereunder:
FROM BAN FRANCISCO,
- ALAMEDA NOV. 29
BIERRA DEC. 11
ALAMEDA DEC. 21
SONOMA JAN. 1
, 'ALAMEDA JAN. 11
' .VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
BIERRA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FEB. 22
BONOMA MAR. 6
.VENTURA MAR. 26
ALAMEDA ....APRIL S
In connection with tne galling or tne above steamers, the agents are pre
and to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New
1 York by any steamship line to, all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
tsamtra of the above eompanlta will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
NIPPON MARU .
PERU DEC. 26
COPTIC f JAN. 4
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. 18
CIAEI.IC JAN. 28
HONOKONO MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FED. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Bteameri of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC..RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, a C, and Sydney, N.S.iV.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MIOWERA DEC. 21
AORANOI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.DavtcraLCo..Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. 8. Co.
T ' DIRECT-SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Cotst
8. OREQONIAN, 6,000 tons, to aall about Dec 20.
8. CALIFORNIA, MOO tons, to aall about Jan. 20.
tt. 8. AMERICAN, 0,000 tons, to aall
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
' C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
. . 'Tra'
t. ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
i Su Francisco-Portland
i THE TRAINS DAILY
I FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
) TWO TRAINS DAILY
' FROM PORTLAND,
i Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
I Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
L PntlBiaa Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok.
f f lng and Library Cars, with Barber,
Bkop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
116 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
. L. LOMAX, G. P. ft T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
.Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA,. - HAWAII
J. G. HENR1QUES, PROP.
j Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
' 6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Katlua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
1 Standard remedy lor Cleat, "V I
iA oonorrhaa and Runnings f ijirw 1 1
H IN 48 HOURS. Cum Kid- IflUUIl I
ni, and Bladd.r Troubltt. V
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
SONOMA DEC. 10
ALAMEDA DEC. 25
VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
BIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 20
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA ...MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO,
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
AMERICA MARU DEC. 20
HONOKONO MARU JAN.
NIPPON MARU FED.
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
AORANOI DEC 18
MOANA JAN. 15
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 88.
Deielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 181.
Messenger.wlll call for your message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cf Uavi Walklkl for town at tt. 6.11. C.ji A.M.
ao4ivtry isnlnutts thrtftcr till 10:41. ii:ij and
ai P.M. from Walklkl bo to tha Punahou Statlti.
Cart U avt R Rangf or Pawaa twitch for town at
S A.m, ana tvery 11 trinuiet tntrf titer tin 11 mf.m
Can laava Fort and Kin a? itttttf cornt r for Pal am t
t.io a.m. and tvtry tj nlnutct afttr till u.tj
"! . - .
cart itavt ror Kaiama only at t and 1:10 a.m.
Cart Itava Pali ma for Waikikf utAM. and ivtrv
y Binuttt till 9ijPH, thtn at to.tj and 10 4s
Tm irii P.M. from Palana for Punahou only gott
to Walklkl on Stt'jrdayt.
Cart Itavt Fort and Kins tutctt corntr foi Rlttt
Ranft at s tu and -jo a.m.
Cart Itavt Fort and Klne itrtett corner for Walklkl
at 6 j a.m. an J tvtry m minutei till 10 ojp. M then at
U ana 11. 05 r.M. jnt n: J$ p.m. gotsio vvaiaiKi
BERETANIA STREET AND PVlMNU VALLEY.
Cart Ittvt Punahou Stable for Town at 1 wand
for Town and Valley at f 40 s 10 6 10 Vac 6 40 1 and
Cart Itavt Oahu Collect for ton an! Valley at
6. jo 6fjo and t.io a.m and vij 10 minutes till ic'io
p.m. txetpttnttven nour ana nan, nour cart wmen
run from tht Stable,
Carsteavt Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6 o 6 50 A.M and
tvtry 10 mlnuttt thereafter till 10 30 p.m.
Cart Itavt Fort and Queen ttreett for Punahou
Colleajt at 6 oj 6 tj 6 41 A M and tvtry 10 mlnuttt
afttr till q 4j P.M. After that tht cars run to tht
Stablt up to uijoP.m, which Itthtlattcar from Town,
reaching th Stablt at imo p m.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, uailv DAUY
(Outward) , Sun. daily tt. Sun. daily daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P M.
nonoiuiu ..to ot. n os lis s io
E Mill iocs i.oo .os
yatalua I. is 540 ....
Kahuku ,j 6.1 3 ....
(.Inward) ex. Sun. daily oaiiy daily
.. . AM. A.M CM P.M.
KanuKU ,...,,... ., ,.,, c')s ,.,, ...8
Walilua do ,,,, . o
Wtlini. 1,10 ,, j s,
Eva Mill ,t yio tu i:os 4:0
Pn-1 City 6t 801 1 jo 4 s
Honolulu .. e.ja 8,)j )&s S6
P O. SMITH. Gen'l Pnss. & Ticket Airt.
a. P. DENISON, Superintendent
Washington, Nov. 18. Tho Surgeon
General of the Marino Hospital Ser
vice has been advised o( the death of
Acting Assistant Surgeon S. Bldrldge,
who was on duty In tho pfllce of tho
United States Consul General at the
port of Yokohama. Dr. KldrMge had
resided In Japan for many years. His
place hns been filled by the transfer
to Yokohama of Acting Assistant Sur
geon J. S. Hough from the port of
Chicago, Nov. 17. A now labor par
ty, to snatch political control from tho
Democrats and Republicans In Chi
cago nnd throughout Illinois and to
ccmluct public affairs for tho benefit
of wage earners. Is to bo launched by
too trades unionists of this city. It
Is estimated that wage workers cast
more than 250,000 of tho 300,1,00 votes
in this city nhil wint the nronortlnn
holds good throughout the State.
-Tne claim Is made that the labor
men are unable to sccuro favorable
legislation through tho old parties.
and that their only deliverance from
alleged anuses Is tho formation of a
third party, whlcn shall be primarily
In the Interest of tho working peopK
Tho leaders are oi tho opinion that If
the wage earners will stand together
on such n platform they will bo abla
to sweep everything before them at
the polls and elect an unbroken tlckot
of labor men to all cltv and count
offices, to Congress, to both houses of
me Biaic Assembly and to the united
ThO succeBS of the nnlnn tahnr mn.
dldates In tho November election In
other parts of tho country stirred Chi
cago unionists to action. Tho election
of Eugene. E. Schmltz, a union musl
cian, to tno office of Mayor of San
Francisco on tho labor party tlckot
and his decisive-victory over the can
didates of both the Democratic and
Republican parties Is cited by them
as an example of the possibilities of
tho now movement. Tho cholco of
Dennis Mulvlhlll. a stationary-engine
fireman, who' had spent most of his
life shoveling coal In a boiler-room, to
bp Mayor of Bridgeport, Conn., Is alw
pointed to as an Instance.
m i m
Berlin. Nov. 19. The anti-Chamber-
Iain movement In Germany Is spread
ing. In spite of the remonstrance Is
sued officially by the Dcutscher Krlgor-
bund, the Society of Veterans of Berlin
today held n large and enthusiastic
meeting of this kind, In which tho ut
terances of Mr. Chamberlain at Edin
burgh were heartily denounced. Other
soldiers' anti-Chamberlain meetings
are to bo held nt Cologne, Mulhelm,
Brunswick nnd Bonnvetle: nnd stu-
rients'mcetlngg of like character will
be held nt Bonn. Wurzburg. Lelpslc,
Hnlle and Munich, while popular
meetings ore announced In Bochum
and Brunswick nnd other places.
Referring to these matters, the Post,
speaking seml-oiriclally, says the Gov
ernment bccs no reason to Identify It
self with the vehement utterances t
Irresponsible meetings, or to tako ac
tion against Sir. Chamberlain's accu.
satlons concerning tho German sol
diers, since the Intter's words at Edln
burg were nothing more than the pri
vate utterances of the British states
man. But If the matters Is broached
In tho Reichstag matters will assume.
an entirely different course. In th.Is
event the Government would find oc
casion to express Itself beflttlngly.
Cnptnlll DrevfllS. Who linn Iippi, lli-lnir
at Cologne, near Geneva, for somo
time past, has determined to leac
Switzerland nnd make his home In
Alsace, where he was born. Up will
spend tho winter In the Itlvlern. after
WlllC'll lie Will definitely Kl'ttln ilnwn In
'Alsace, devoting his time to literature
and scientific pursuits.
ARE YOU A JTAN
with no back pains, no nervousness, no
waste of power, no loss of ambition. : : : :
'tat ' aW
that como to tho young follow who has disobeyed tho laws of nature. There Is a lack of electrical
force In tho nerves, and this can bo restored by supplying electricity to the system. To do this, and do
It thoroughly, is what has given to
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT
Kb world-wldo reputation. It has 50,(100 ernes of weak men. weak women, as good for women as for
men, rheumatics, dyspeptics, and sufferers from jialn ana debility.
WRI TH MR MllBt of tl10 uol,B tlmt ' nm selling now nro to people who havo
tt aws . iiau been urged to iiso them by friends who havo been cured. It is
curing your neighbors nnd l, one ou. Try It. Let me Band you my book, describing how It cures
sealed, fico. In close this ad.
702 Market Street, San
Boston, Nov. 22. The chief guest
at a banquet given by the Commer
cial Club at the New Algonquin Club
tonight was Senator wllllam P. Kryo
of Mntne. Ills address was upon "Na
tional Legislation Concerning Steam
ship Subsidies and New England's In
terests In the Country's Increasing
Foreign Commerce." Ho said In part:
"Our country Is great, prosperous
and powerful. For a few years It hns
moved forward with tho strides of a
joung giant and today ranks with tho
foremost nations of the world. This
result hag been attained under the
policy of protection. Nearly every
Industry has been protected nnd hns
prospered. Ono nlono has been han
dicapped by adverse legislation at
home and protection of Its competitors
abroad, namely, our ships engaged In
the foreign trade.
'"Tho theoretical free trader ascribes
this condition to our policy of protec
tion. It Is not protection which has
harmed, but tho entire lack of It, tho
compelling of our ships to compete
with those of other marltlmo nations
protected by subsidies, by much low
er wages In shipyards and on ships
and by a less expensive, manner of
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oll-nroduclnir wella
as there are In tho State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
vmn iwcniy-nve producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
mako your own calculation as to
ThO Oil Industry Of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
wiu do maae in tne near future.
Tho average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leadlne
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
uil lands have advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, its stock will have
the samo show for even a greater ad
vance. as some oil stock hasdvanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union OH Company nni
no salaried officer, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see that tho monoy derived
from tho sale of stock will be legltl
mately applied to tho development ol
For further Information, apply to J.
H. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
salo of a limited amount of PaclOr
Union Oil Company stock. Stangeu
wald building. Merchant street.
Fino Job Frintiug nt tlic Bul
... . , ,
McKINLEY DEATH MASK.
Buffalo, N. Y., Not. 18. After two
months work n cast from tho dcatn
mask of President McKinlcy, done on
tho morning of his death, was finished
today. Tho mask has been carefully
guarded, being kept In a safety deposit
vault when not In tho hands of Ed
ward Lapouch, an expert mask maker
from Hartford, Conn.
Tho mask Is tho property of the
Federal Government. Next week it
will Ijo taken to Washington, where
for n tlmo it will be shown to the
nubile at the Smithsonian Institution.
It wns the express order of the Gov
ernment that no photograph of th
innsk should bn taken.
It Is said to bo ono of tho most per
fect ever tnken of n notable person.
Tho mask dllfcrs from thoso or Na
poleon or others In tnnt, instead of
merely Including tho ince. it portrays
practically the en tiro head. Tho plas
ter weighs twenty-five pounds.
But with plenty of life and energy and the vigor of youth?
Such you can be If you wear Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
with Suspensory for Weak Men."
To bo strong and manly Is tho aim of every younR man,
and yet how many wo And who aio wasting tho vitality
nnd strength which nituru Rives them through tho follies
and errors of jouth. Instead of developing Into tho strong,
vigorous, manly young fellows that nature Iritcndcd them
to bo, they find themsphes. wonk, stunted nnd despondent;
no ambition to do anything. They strugglo aimlessly
along, sooner or later to heciimo victims to that dread dis
ease, nervous ilobllitvr their liner KcnKihllllli.u I.IumIo.i nn,i
their nerves shattered victims of n secret wasto that Is sapping
tho veiy llfo and manhood out of them.
WHAT A DIFFERENCE
Ilctween this class of men and tho strong manly fellow who has
not abused nnturo's gifts, and who Is In full possession of the gift
of manhood that nature bestowed upon him full of life, vim nml
vigor that should bo charactorlBtlc
v.,, w, mio iiiiun men, 411a mi j'vnuruy is cviuem in 111s ovory
action, because ha feels tho confldeuco and strength of his man
hood. Do you wonder why somo young men yearn for tho power
they havo wasted through their early Indiscretion? I'o orr Is hu
man," nnd that.lB why nature) has provided a remedv for tho nvlla
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 29, 1901.
Trs. Oahu College M. V. Castle.. D.
Geo. Lycurgus C. I. Pclxoto ...,,).
C. I. Pclxoto R. W. Shlnglo ....M.
C. I. Pclxoto Geo. Lycurgus . ...M.
Geo. Schuman J. W. A. Rcdhousc
J. W. A. Rcdhousc and wife First
Am. Bav. & Trust Co M.
M. and E. K. Haleokala S. Cullcn
W. L. Wilcox F. Goudle L.
J. Cullcn et al. L. L. McCandless
Jas. Cullen L. L. McCandless ,,.L.
Trs. II. P. Bishop O. A. Schumnn
F. L. Leslie L. K. Sylva Ilel.
H. C. Davis and wife II. P. Eakln.D,
II. P. Enkln Q. II. Berry D.
1.. Brown and hush. II. Iscnbcrg..D.
Maul Sugar Co., Ltd. F. A. Schaef
er & Co CM.
Jesse Makalnal and wife J. Kahu-
nahana (alias Kaunahana) D.
Recorded November 25, 1901,
David L. Peterson to Polly Bird;
mortgnge; lots 5 nnd 7, Pearl City,
Ewn, Oahu; $400, Book -M, page 73.
Dated November 1, 1901.
Recorded November 26, 1901.
Loo Chong to Tons Chcong; lease;
Kula land, Honoulluil, Ewa, Oabu;
fceventccn years at $20. Book 228.
pago 333. Dated January 1, 1901.
Horlslgo Company to Launahoehoe
Sugar Company; agreement; to plant
and sell cano at Kapchit, North Illlo,
Hawaii. Book 224. page 428. Dated
November 18, 1901.
Horlslgo Company, by attorney, to
Laupahoehoo Sugar Company; chattel
mortgage; cane, etc., in agreement,
Kapchu. North Illlo. Hawaii: $10,000
nt 7 per cent. Book 227, pago 330.
Dated November 18, i901.
Mrs. Henry Porter to Georgo Ly
curgus; assignment of lease; plcco
innu, mi lo, Hawaii; $825. Book .228,
page 334. Dated November 21, 1901.
II. H. Parker to Akeao (w): lcaso:
Ap. 1, R. P. 3595, Kul. 6748, Watpoukl,
Koolauloa, Oahu; ten years at $100.
Book 228, page 335. Dated November
Young Nan to S. Ami: bill of salo
of lcaso; Interest In Grant 1210. Wala-
koa, Kula, Maul: $250. Book 230. pago
33ti. Dated April 11. 1901.
Trustees Oahu College to Mary fill-
va; deed; lot 15, block 12, College Hills
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $1500. Book
225. pa 496. Dated November 20,
CROSS ANDES BY RAIL.
Guyaqull. Ecuador. Nov. 18. Yester
day a trial train was run over the
new railroad lino from llucay to Qui
bo, a distance of twenty-two miles.
This Is tho moat difficult portion of
tho lino to Quito from an engineering
point or view. When tho work wob
begun the difficulties seemed insur
mountable. All, however, havo been
successfully ovcrcomo and tho main
problem of passing the Andes Is now
Bevernl rallwny officials from Guay
aquil and tho officers of tho British
sloop-of-wnr Icarus accompanied tho
train as guests of the company. Tho
officers wero highly delighted with tho
trip nnd were astonished at the enor
mous obstacles conquered.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine, "tablets.
All druggists refund the moM)tf It
tails to cure. K W. Grove's tifaWture
Is on each box. 25 cents. '
New Chief Officer.
When tho O. & O. steamship Doric
arrives from San Francisco on her
way to the Orient sho will carry a
uew chief officer. Harry Gaukrodger,
formerly second officer of tho Bclglc
and moro lately first olllccr of tho
ueorglc on the Atlantic side, has as
sumed tho position of chief of tho Dor
ic. Mr. Gaukrodger mado himself
very popular whllo ho was on tno
Bolglc and his friends will bo glnd to
sec him on tho Pacific run onco moro.
Chief Officer Kearney of tho Doric Is
of every young man. mo Is tho
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rant; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
We have now on sals lota In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, hat
matadamlzed streets, artesian water, and the electric car Una
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COWIPY
304 JUDD BUILDINd.
m. '. .I'laji.g'L""""".'''.''..';. .':-' .
.B "run tt
MAUI HOTEL, ?2m.
A. T. HAGBNKAMP'. Manager.
IMPORTANT TO SPORTSMEN.
Tho management of tho Hotel Halo
Iwa makes tho announcement that It
has secured for tho cxcluslvo use of
guests the privilege of shooting game
over tho lands of tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company, In Walalua and Koo
lauloa, on tho Island of Oahu. 'ino
shooting of enmo on tho sold lands Is
prohibited by tho Oahu Hallway &
Land Company to other than, hotel
guests. I'artles desiring to avail
themselves of theso privileges aro re
minded of tho statuto requirement con
cerning tho carrying of firearms.
C. P. IAUKEA,
1995-lm ' Manager.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho annual meeting of the Union
Mill Company, hold at tho Company's
office In Kohala. November 21st, 1901,
at 3 p. m tho following officers were
elected to servo for tho ensuing year:
, ... Mr. Jas. Renton
...Mr. H. H. Renton
...Mr. F. M. Swanxy
...Mr. H. H. Renton
Mr. T. R. Keyworth
II. H. IlKiNTON,
Hunting, "shooting or tho carrying
of firearms on any of tho lands owned
or leased by the OAHU IIAILWAY fc
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden. All rights of tho company in
tho Districts of Walalua and Koolau
loa aro reserved for Hnlelwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of tbo law.
D. F. DILLINGHAM,
1 995-1 m Manager.
Intending steerage passengers by
tho S. S. jtlameda, leaving Honolulu
for 8nn Francisco on December 4th.
aro hereby notified that they must ar
range tor transportation not later than
C p. m. Monday, December 2d. The
company will not guarantee to Issue
tlckctB after tho abovo date.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Terri
tory, Hurbert Oilman, foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under full power
Honolulu, T. II., Nov. 11, 1901.
E. 11. OATH,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Wilder's Steamship Company.
At tho adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of this company, held
on this day, tho following offlcors wero
elected to servo during tho ensuing
C. L. Wight President
W. M. Giffard..Vice President
8. B. Rose....8ec. and Treas.
W. Pfotenhauer Auditor
Tho abovc-namod officers, with E. D.
Tcnnoy, E. F. Iilshop and C. C. Beck
loy, comprise tho Hoard of Directors.
S. II. HOSE.
Honolulu, November 20th, 1901.
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City,
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
7w , j to
. ' iso vanev,ana
s easy access 'to
volcano In tht
for Tourists and
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Honolulu. November 14, 1901,
On and after December 1st next all
freights must bo prepaid unless other
arrangements be mado at tho office
of tho company, corner Fort and
yuccn streets, previous to that date.
C. L. WIGHT, President
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st, 190L
tho following chango In passenger
fares will go Into effect, viz:
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
liana. Hamoa and Klpahulu, on the
Island of Maul, will bo Increased from
$6.00 to $7.00.
Deck rates from Honolulu to Maul
ports will be Increased from $2.00 to
All Bpcclal rates, oxcentlng to cler
gymen, will bo abolished on October
C. L. WIOHT.
1979 td President.
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers aro notified that a new
freight schedule will go Into effect on
acd after December 1st. 1901.
Information In regard to chances In
rates can bo obtained at tho office of
the company, corner Fort and queen
C. L. WIOHT.
1991-to Jan. 1 President
INTER-ISLAND 8TEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
On and after Dcrcmbcr 1st. 1901.
the following changes In passenger
lares win go ino effect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Elcele. Makawell, Walmca. Kapaa,
Ananoia, Kiiauca ana tianaiel, on the
Island of Kauai, will bo Increased from
$C00 to $7.00.
cabin rates between Honolulu and
Kealakokua and all norts beyond. In
tho District of Kona, on tho Island of
Hawaii, will bo Increased from $10.00
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Honuapo and Punaluu. on tho Island
of Hawaii, will bo Increased from
liz.uu to 113.00.
Deck rates botwoen Honolulu and
tho Island of Kauai will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $2.50.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Maul, will bo Increased
irom 12 to 12.50.
Dcrk rates bctwocn Honolulu and
the Island or Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
All special rates, except to clergy
men, will be abolished on the above
J. ENA. President.
Honolulu, November 4, 1901.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIOA
TION CO., LTD. V
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are hereby notified th
on and after December 1st. 1M1, t
new freight schedule will go Into ef
fect. In formation In regard to the
changes In ratns can be obtained by
calling nt tho offlco of tho company
Queen Btroet, Honolulu. J. ENA.
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