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WHAT I"! toy DPI
Every person drinks something.
Some persons drink anything.
The wise man drinks the most de
Ilghtful, non-alcoholic, purely vege.
table health beverage
WHITE ROCK WED ME
This sparkling, wholesome beverage
received the Highest Award and ONLY
GOLD MEDAL at the TRANS-MISSISSIPPI
AND INDUSTRIAL EXPO
SITION at Omaha, Nebraska, 1898, In
competition w)th numerous domestic
and several brands of Imported Gin
ger Ale on account of Its
STABILITY,
PALATADILITY,
BRILLIANCY.
WHITE ROCK MINERAL SPRINGS
COMPANY
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W. G. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd,,
Importing Agents.
Business Notices.
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TURITVCO, LTD.
Real Estate Mortgage Loans and In
vestment Securities. Hornet Built on
the Installment Plan.
Home Office: Mclntyre Bldg,
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BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY.
Coinpi-tent wntchmt'ii furnlttlinl fur
business houses nml residences.
Office, Room 8, Model Block.
P. O. Box 284.
NOTICE.
Notice lit hereby given that the 1111
designed will not bo ii'siKinslhli' for
ny dobtH contracted In his nnino tin
less by his written oritur.
287 1-1 w All ON.
TO VIOLET LOVERS.
Beautiful frcsb Mountain Violets,
long-stemmed and Tery fragrait, for
tat at reasonable prices at the corner
of Hotel and Fort streets, Saturday
aai Tuesday atternooni. 265C-U
Corporation Notices.
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collections for rental of telephones
will he made MONTHLY Instead of
QUARTERLY ns heretoroio nnd all
subscriber)! In mrenrs are hereby re
quested tn muke settlement before
that date In order In facilitate the
change.
A now Telephone, directory being
now prcpaied, all persons dcslitng tel
ephone service, and thoso subscribers
who have changed their resldenco or
address since tho last directory was
Issued, are requested to communtcato
with the office before the Cth of Octo
ber, 1904.
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2807-tf
Our 968
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MONUMENTS
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four illn aie titlJ wllti
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rroof ani strictly ever
la.tinsr. c o Ueautlful
Dealem and prlcet at
PoJraort's othec, llethel
Slri-il
II CANNON.
Sola Agent for lilanis,
Don.
1 he Lewin-Meyer Co.
Epicureai and Palace Goods
E. J. WALKER,
Wholesale Agent.
Mrs. HARRIET G, EVANS,
Hair Dressing, Facial Massage,
Manicuring and Chiropody.
No. 110 Boston Bids. HONOLULU.
Evening Work by Appointment Only.
NATIVE HAT8 AND NIIHAU MATS.
Also CURIOS of all descriptions at
living prices.
THE WOMAfTs' EXCHANGE,
HOTEL, NEAR FOPT.
"for Rait" carda at ftiilletlp office.
MM)
Legal Notices.
NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF MORT
GAGE OF HIS INTENTION TO
FORECLOSE MORTGAGE AND
OF 8ALE.
In pirrsuancc of a power of salo ton
tallied In that certain mortgage made'
liy AM ot Honolulu, Inlmi(l of Oahii.j
Territory of Hawaii, mortgagor, to I,, , , .,
Hubert P I-uigo, mortgagee, dated tlio1 Tlle nnmint camiiflro given by the
2Mb day of February, 1898, ami re-'members of the Geo. W. Do Long Tost,
toided In tlio Register Olllcc, Oabu, lu 0, a. It. nt the I. 0. 0. F. roof garden
iBft' "tin Mm nnni6M-U WJ r4V4
Hubert 1'. Liingo to the undersigned,
rt, ii.. .... ... mi. j-.. r n....
her I9UI, notlco Is hereby given thatlmlne111tS!t1h" lMr, miiflre elorlci
that tho said assignee of mortgage In-. amI hc,r wlvcs and daughters and
tends to foreclose said mortgage tor 'rlcnd9 wero Pr'8en "l ""'eh number
condition broken, to-wlt: tho non-pay ,&l stern recollections of the hour
ment of principal and Interest when were P'notod with the highest social
due, and will, on Monday, tho 10th day, enjoyment. The upper story of lh
of October, 1901, at 12 o'clock nonn of 0ud Fellows building, where the camp
said day, expose for sale and sell at ftre wns heI,i hai uen draped wltb
publli auction nl tho auction rooms of Mags.
Will K. Tinner, No 180 Merchant Tho company was served early In
Street Honolulu aforesaid, tho prop- Hie evening with an army collation.
erty described In said mortgage.
Terms Cnsh In United States Gold kin pic were passed and nil enjoyed the
Coin. Deed ut the cxpenso of pur- feast,
chaser. I W, I Eaton was master of cere-
For further particulars apply tn J. monies and presided during tho pre
Alfred Magoon J, Llghtfoot, attor- scntutlon of an excellent program of
neys for assignee of mortgage, Ma- toast and song
goon building, corner Mcrchnnt and 'The Flower of Liberty" was tho tltlo
Alnkca Streets, HonluIit aforesaid,
or to Will B. Flsber, Auctioneer.
DaU'd Honolulu, Sept. 12th, 1904.
JOHN ROSS,
Assignee ot Mortgage.
Tin propuity covered by said mnrl
gago, and to bo sold as aforesaid, con
Cists of all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Kaumakaplll, In llo- tho American Army was tho smallest
nolulu aforesaid, described In Hoynl among all the armies of the great na
I'liteiit 1GB, L. C. A. 1177, to W. Bell. tons It was tho best It had proved
Together with all tho cascmcnls, this assertion many times, lie ion
houses, buildings and improvements, trastcd the army equipment of today
rights, privileges and appurtenance with that of Civil War times and siig
thereunto belonging. I Rested thnt as arms becamo moic deud-
2871 Sept, 10, 23, 30, Oct. 7. j - wars must become less frequent. He
tuntrastcil also the strenuous and In-
NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF MORT enc fe ot the toldler with that of
GAGE OF HIS INTENTION TO the ihlllan.
FORECLOSE
OF SALE.
MORTGAGE AND
In pursuance of n power of sale con
tained In thnt certain mortgage made
by Abl or Honolulu, Island of Oaliu
Territory ut Hawaii, mortgagor, to
llorfschlaegur Company, Limited, &
corporation existing under tho law'd ot
the Territory of Hawaii, mortgagee,
dated the 10th day ot February, 1901,
iiinl recorded In tho Register Ofllcc,
Oabu, In Liber 220, on pages 21-23,
which mortgage was duly assigned by
tho lloffschlaeger Company, Limited,
tu tlie undersigned, John Ross, on tho
1 lii. day of October, 1901, notlco '"I
hereb) given that tho said assignee of
noitgago Intends to foreclose said
mortgago for condition broken, to-wlt,
tho non-payment of principal and in
tereht when due, nnd will on Monday,
the 10th of October, 1904. nt 12 o'cloilt
noon of xulil day, expose far sola and
r-ell nt public miction, nt.tlio niictlou
looms of Will E. Fishor, No. 1SU Mcr
chnnt Street, Honolulu aforcsnld, tho
property described In said mortgngo.
Teiitis-Cash In United States Cold
Coin, Deed lit-the cxpenso of pur
chaser.
For further particulars apply to J.
Alfred Magoon J. Llghtfoot, nttor
lieyH fur assignee ot mortgage, Mtt
goon llulldlng, corner Merchant and
Aiakea Streets, Honolulu aforesaid, or
to Will E. Fisher, Auctioneer.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 12th, 1901.
JOHN ROSS,
Asslgnco ot Mortgage.
The property covered by said mort
gage, nnd to bo sold as aforesaid, eon
slsts ot nil the right, tltlo and Interest
of paid mortgagor In and to that :er
tain lease from Kahlllopua et nl. to
said mortgagor, of premises situate on
tho Ewa sldo of Nuuanu Street, in Ho
nolulu aforesaid, as in said leaso de
scribed, which leaso Is dated tho 22nd
day of May, 1897, and recorded In the
Register Office, Oabu, In Liber 1C9
pages 325-0-7.
2871 Sept. 10, 23, 30, Oct. 7.
ATTENTION !
HOUSEHOLDERS Improve your
muddy walks and driveways with black
sand dressing always clean. For the
next ten days we sell the finest black
sand Delivered for 75 cent ner yr.
Cheapest price ever knpwn in town.
Telephone your order.
Lord &
Tel. MAIN 198.
Belser.
P. O. BOX 192.
YES!
BUY FROM US WHY7 Because
we are the cheapest, call for your or
ders, allow you 45 days In which to
pay your bills, deliver promptly. You
mLa KOf. rlnMmuAii Inuaet
KALIHI 8TORE, White 3161.
Tel. Main 339. Residence Tel. White 53
Mrs. E Me Taylor,
FLORIST.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ.
Rooted Strawberry' and Vio
let Plants for 8ale.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
rtnltptln plvpfl n mmnletu nuinmarv nf
I the news ot the day.
Annual Camp Fire
Of G.A.R.
Burned
Tho local survivors of the great Civil
war nnu me Biianisn vHr rvicruus
(Pork and beans, hard taek and pump-
of a recitation delivered by flo prottj
ditio girls: Misses Marjorlc Cutting,
Kilna Lucas. Claire Ilerry, Esther Sou
i and Psyche llcrry.
A phonograph under the manipula
tion of Mr. Deltz.rendcrcd war rungs
which were heartily applauded.
Tlio Army" was responded to by
Ur. N. 1J. Emerson. Ho said that while
It. W. Ilreckons responded to the
toast "Our Navy." He said that being
raised in Wyoming, where the biggest
body of water was a river about a mile
whin nml two Indies deep, It might
nem Inappropriate for him to speak
of the navy. However, If he was laik
lug lu tcihnlcal knowledge conicmlug.
naval affairs, he could 1 mint borne no
'l'mlntance with our nnv.il hWory ami
with the deeds of the men behind the
guns. Ho said there had 'been no
wanna in the list of American naval
fommanders since on the 23id of Sep
tembcr 12r. years ago. John Paul .lone
t te Uonhommlc Richard sank thr
Kuropatkin Reports Detail
To Emperor
Of Great Liaoyang Fight
St. Petersburg, Sept. H. The loug
expected detailed report ot the battlu
nt Lluoyaug has been received from
tlcneral Kuropatkin. Tho tcport cov
ers the tiperntlnns fiom August 28th to
September 5th. The report Is very bat
Islaetory, showing that tho retreat wa.t
riff - nt nil ts'llli biinli tii'ir'a n I fitei (lint' tint
a sing!,, field or fortress gun was left
behind. The tutnl Russian losses aro
below 17.00V, or which I.B00 wero kill
ed. In the opinion of officers who liavti
read tho report It Is favorable to Gen
eral Kuropatkin, practically disarming
the pievious disposition to criticise
him. I
Under dnte of September 11th Gen
eral Kuropatkin leports to the Emper
or as follows: I
"It Is now possible, from details of
the battles since August 20th, In which
various nrmy corps participated, tu
furnish Your Majesty tho following re
port of operations: j
"On August 20th tho Manchurlflii
nrmy occupied three groups of posi
tions, tho first nt Pettsu and Anplng,
on the left flank; tho second at Linn
dlanslau, In the center, and tho third
nt Anshnnshan, on the right flank. The
bame day the Japanese assumed the
offensive nlong the whole front. At
Llandiansian all their attacks wero re
pulsed, and on the left w retained
our principal position at Anplng. After
n desperate battle the Jnpanese, how
ever, succeeded In securing tlio posi
tion at Pettsu, thus tlueatenlng the
lino of tetrcnt of the corps nlong tin?
Tun river. Simultaneously a tiirnliiR
movement was nbseived on the left
flunk of our position nt Anslianslian.
Tnklng ndvnntago nr our positions
nt Llandiansian nud Anplng In order
to gain time nnd Indict Boveio losses
on tho enemy, I withdrew nil the nrmy
corps fiom ndviiuecd positions to Llao
nng.
Dad Roads Delay Retreat.
"In couseipieiiee of tuu luniintajnniia
nature of the country on our front nnd
the bud condition of the roads tnwnid
the south, thn two davs' inaich toward
l.luoyniig was ot the most dllllcult kind
and only the devotion of all the troops
on tho east front enabled It tn bn car
ried out In good order. Only after lu
credlblo difficulties was It found pos
sible tn ding ull the guns, without ex
(cplluu, nnd all our baggage through
tho passes, Some of tlie guns were
carried through the mountains by in
fantry. Dllllcult as was tho retreat
lliiough the pusses under pressure
Last Night
Serapls, Ho spoke of l'erry, l'nnagiit,
l'ortcr nnd Dewey nnd said that heic
worship Is Justified when tho hero In)
longs to tho United States Navy
The Spanish War Veterans" vai
the subject ot n short sketch by linn i
Itartman. Ho referred to tin nlinost
bloodless contest with Spain and lol-l
ot tho growth of tho organlttlon of
Spanish War Veterans, slme It was
founded In New York by rheodoro
Ilooscvclt. In Hawaii there are 104
men who fought in the Spanish Wnr.
Fred Turrlll talked of the O. A. II.
He told of the founding of tho 'Jo l.ontf
Post under tho reign of a Motiaruiy In
Hawaii, which was the first U. A. It
l'ost to bo established on foreign soil,
He told how tnc King n,vi ravored tiia.uous.
old soldiers and gave remlnlsu'ivcs
of former cnmpflrcs.
He said the pride of the old (.oldlT
Is bis united country, und staled that
the first man to fall in Cuba was n kid
nt a man who had worn the gray in
1805. He said there Is one win,; of Mm
0, A. It. that Is seldom mentioned Hi)
referred to tho loyal women of tho
North who had suffered In silence at
I'lime.
"The President of the United StutcV
vi' the subjcit of a specdi by JihIu"
Saulord II. Dole. He ald thnt th
Civil War was tho greatest wni In I is
lory excepting tho Revolutlohnij Wnr
Villi h made tho birth of the intlnn
possible. Ho touched on only one point
In the ehnraiter of President Hoosevell
as exhibited In his attitude townnl the
negro freed by Union nnm llu
sketched Hie legislation wbbn let
lowed the war, giving the negrg ujual
political rights with the white 111 u. llo
said that on the adoption of the XIV
and XV amendments to tlio Cnnstl'it
Hon, the principles of the Dm liirullou
ot iniiepcndeiue for tiio first tim" bo
tame an actuality in Amcrlinii llta
Following this leglslntlou various i'nn
ldcnts had appointed negroet t) olIUu
nt different places throughout the
Union, but Roosevelt, In the spirit of
American legislation lias gone farther tor 2d tOrloIt's detachment), occupied
than tho letter of tho law. When liu'.u,,. helubts to the nortli ot tho mines.
Invited Ilrookcr T. Washington to
luach Willi him nt tho White lluuse lie
met tho negro on u social level. This,
lu the mind of the spenker, was an lie
ildent of the highest courage lu inrry
lug out the spirit ns well as the letter
ot fundamental print Iples lu AinerUau
law.
from the enemy, the manh across the
open country wub still more arduous.
The left and center columns siicceenul
In getting nil their artillery and ha
gnge to Liaoyang.
"The march of tho right column,
which wns obliged to cross wcatwaul
to tho lailwny, where the country had
8"ercd more sevciely from rains was
especially difficult. Coiisldeiabla
forces of tho enemy followed tho rear
guard, which maintained a etubboiu
teslstance. The guns of one of the re
tiring battel les began to sink In the
mud. Every effort was mado to save
them. Twenty-four horses were hitch
ed to each piece, companies of Infan
try assisting with ropes. The horses
nnd men, however, sunk so deep that
It was necessary for tho comrades of
the latter to haul them out. General
Rutkovsky remained ho long covering
tho extrication of the guns, thnt his
forces lost heavily, and the General
himself and Colonel Raben, command
ing the Fourth Regiment of East SI
berlnn Sliarpshooteis, weio killed. Not
withstanding nil efforts, It was Anally
necessary to abandon tlio guns.
Pattle of Liaoyang Opens.
"On August 29th tho army concen
trated at Liaoyang. One corps took a
position on the right bank of the Tall
se river, whllo another held the ndt
bank. On August 30th and 31st tho
Jnpanese attacked our advance posi
tions with great energy, but every.
where were repulsed with enormous
losses, Theiu wns denpcrnto netitltic
on. our left Hank ami center, actum -
Pleil h' n number or counter attack
t resulting In liavonct fights, nnd I was
compelled to iu-cnrou-u tho lighting
"m' ' tll' special leseives and tit
general reaerves.
"During August 31st It tould clearly
bo seen that n considerable lorcu of
Oeneiul KurciM'a nrmy had crossed to
I the right bank of thu Tnltse rlvei.
Owing to attacks on our left on August
30th and 31st It was supposed that the
main body of Kurokl's nimy had been
told off to turn the left Hank ot our
position nnd attack our lino of com-
muuleation. In consemicnco I resolv -
ed to withdraw the advance troops to
thn main position and concentrate a
large foico against Kuinki's army and
attempt to hurl him back on tho Tnltsu
river. Only at certain points vvns this
carried out successful.
"At nightfall, undisturbed by the
Japanese, wo commenced tho evncua
tlon ot our advanced positions, which
nlready hail renileied great service Inj
weakening the enemy by mormons
losses. Tlianks to tlio gulllclent nutn-j
tier of bridges nml the maimer In
ivhlch tlio loads li il out. all troops des
lined to take tin offensive were safely 1
on tlio light hank of tlio river 1111 tlio!
morning of September 1st The enemy !
did not occupy our abandoned ndvane
ed positions until tb" i-vctilng of Sop
toinber 1st when they opened 1111 nrlll ,
leiy lire on l.l.iovnng. No tiophles of
wnr fell into the bauds of the cut my.
Movement Against Kurokt.
"I adopted the following plan of
opeiatlons: Having crowd to the
right bank or the ilver the nrmy had
taken up a pciiltlon between tho vll
lagc of Sykwnntiin nnd heights near
the Ycntal mines, which It vvns Intend
ed to occupy with nil our detachments,
composed of thirteen battalions. Tak
ing the position nenr Sykwantuu as a
pivot, It was Intended that the army
effect a movement to flank tho Japan
ese positions, w hlch extended from tho
Taltsc river, nenr the village of Kwan
tun, toward the Ycntal collieries. Of
fensive operation") began when h11 th
troops had taken up their allolcd posl.
"The night of September 1st tho
commander of the corps on the right
Hank sent a dispatch stating that, tho
Japanese having taken the offensive
I nml ml t-nr-n.l li. nt.,1 nnnnrlml tl... .11 J.
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trlet noithwestwanl of nur Sykwan
tun position, which was ot great Im
pnnnnee to us, the ltusxlnn regiment
holding the district was forced tn re-1 Knn!, .
tire, nnd I was obliged to change "'V , n Vim in '
plans lu older ti letnke tho lost gioiind j MONGOLIA
I he following day. It was not until the CHINA...
evening of September 2d thnt the in-j DORIC . . .
tile mountain vitiligo of Sykwniitun'siIlEItlA . .
vwm In our liniulH. At first our attacks ..COPTIC . .
old not silcieed. but the llulitlnir was .
fntllfnnifl Willi imnli.lteit vliriir .even I
nrier itaiktioxM had set In. Wo repeat
fill) gained possession of the heights,
but wore finally uimprllrd to wltliduiw
tempninill) .Miiny of our iletaeli
meiits bi-diuie luheil up, nnd III tlio
disorder unity of command was reu
dei ed veiy dllllcult. Leaders uf Indi
vidual detachments, however, contln
ued the attneks time after time, nnd nt
last stutecded lu occupying tho deslr-J
Vd position, thereby attaining tho ob-i
Jcct of the operations on our right I
flunk.
Where the Plans Failed.
'Ah soon as the left Hank In the vl-
dully r the Yentni mines, on ScpteiU'
holding a stioug position facing south,
he opened fire with two batteries ami
ingagcd the enemy In an artillery
duel. Orion's right Hank was then
four miles from tho left tlnnk nnd tho
lemalnder of the in my. lu order to
aid our troops holding positions near
Sjkwnntmi, Orloff sent part of his
force from tho hills nnd attacked the
I'lieiny In the dlieetloti of the village ot
Sakliomoon. This movement was car
l led out lu torn fields. Our men met
with a fiontul and n tlnnk Hie, nnd, los
ing their bearings In the coin fields,
begun to tetire. Tlio troops remain
ing lu tlie hills also retired westward.
"lly thnt tluio Orluff's detachment
was within a mile und n thin! of our
other forces, Orloff himself wus
niiiiinteil, ns also was Gcnetnl l'omln,
who subsequently died.
"After the evacuation of the position
which had been Intended to servo ns a
base for our nttiiek, tho Jnpuueso e.-
It-tided northvvurd nud occupied the
whole rnugo of hills und tho Yeiital
mines, S.imsoiioft'H sotuln of Cos
sacks dismounted and defended our
positions with the utmost coinage, but
wero gradually driven hack.
Retreat to Mukden.
"The enemy was now established lu
an extiemely strong position ou the
hills, mid it would have been too haz
unions Tor our left Hank to attack
them, tn view of the losses sustained
In the previous llvo dnjs. We theic
roie withdrew to tlio village of Tnllcn
ko and I decided to retire tu Mukden,
tho retreat being accomplished on
September "111. The evacuation of
Liaoyang began nnd was concluded tho
morning of September 1th. All our
equipment wns removed nnd there was
no time to snvo tho commissariat re-
t-erves, which were suniclciil to mm
thn whole iirmy eight days. These
were all destroyed. The pontoon
bridges wero dismantled and can led
off by tho tioops, while temporary
pontoons were burned and the railway
bridge wrecked. The nrmy irtlrcd In
perfect order. The enemy attempted
to pursue, but wero tepulscd,
"Piccnutlons wero taken on Septem
ber 3d and 4th to prevent a turning
movement from (lie east. The Jnpan
ese to tho houtliward took no vigorous
Initiative, but General Kuroki nssumed
the offensive to thu cnslwurd. Our de-
tnclnua.-iitB holding positions at Talleii'
U,, BHIttalu,,i filr,)Ua night attack
wl,ch wai) particularly desperato on
si,iU.mi,r uUl -0 rdalin-d our posl-
,on lmt Buffered iicavy hisses, one
r,,Kmt.nti w,ii., i,ri, th,. brunt nf tlio
fighting, losing con lu killed nud
J wounded,
'Hy evening of September 5lh tlio
danger of n slmiiltniii'oiis attack on our
(rout and left Hanks had disappeared.
The icmoval of our artillery, tiausport
'nnd baggnge trains was effected lu the
face of Immense dllut'tiltlcs, but wus
tuccessfully concluded, Our retire
linent on Mukden on September 7th
.was covered by u stiong tear guard
of cnvulry.
"We abandoned nothing from An
gust 30th up to tho time of our nirlvnl
ut Mukden. Our engineers worked
with the gieatest devotion. Through
' nut all tho fighting they rendered In-
valuable sei vice In making nnd repair-
- ing roads and assisting In tho railway
traffic."
Oceanic Steamship Company
TIME TABLE
The steamers of tbls line will arrlvo and leave this port as uoreond'ssa I
TilOM SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA SEPT,
SONOMA ........OCT,
Ai.AMEDA OCT.
VKNTUHA . . . OCT.
ALAMEDA NOV.
In connection with tho sailing of tho above steamers, the agenU are
pared to Issuo, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by ar
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from I
Tor It by any steamship lino o all European ports.
FOn FURTHER, PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G, Irwin & Co,, Ltd,
OCEANIC 8. . CO. GENERAL AGENT.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above companies
leave (his port on or about the
FOH JAPAN AND CHINA.
....SEPT. 27
OCT. 8
OCT. 20
NOV. 1
NOV. 1G
NOV. 24
DEC. 3
DEC. 13
RULA
OAl.l.IC .
DEC. 21
For general Information apply to
Ht Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S, CO
Direct Service bslwceii Nw York and
From Now York
8.8. "ALASKAN"
Krelght received at all times at the
Brooklyn.
Prom San
via Puget
S.S."NEVADAM"
Freight received nt Compnuy's Whatf, Greenwich Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to flan Francisco,
via Kahulul.
S.8."NEVADAN"
ProTi Seattle and Tacoma
S.S."NEVADAN" From Seattle OCT. 4
From Tacoma OCT. 8
From Portland, Or.
For further Information aaalr tz
C. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd
General Freight Agent. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamship Company.
Steamers of the abovo line, running In connection with the CANAMAaV
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, U. C and Sydney, N. f. It
and calling nt Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fiji nnd Urlsbaaa, MB
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.
(For llrlsbnno and Sydney.)
MIOWERA AUG. 27
MANUKA SEPT. 21
AORANG1 OCT. 22
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State laK
Europe. Fur Freight and Passago and nil general information, apply ka
Tlieo. 11. Davics & Co., ltd. Qeaeral Ageiti.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell Vice President; J. L.
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank
Manager.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALERS IN
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK 8AND. TELEPHONE MAW 1
Union Express Co., Ltd;, 63 Queen Street,
Having baggago contracts with the following Steamship Co.'s Linear
Oceanic Steamship Co. Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kaisha Steamshlf) Mh
Wo check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you UM twaM
and annoyance ot checking on the wfiarf.
Incoming baggago checked on Bteamcrs of abovo companlca aial MB)
crcd with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
H, J, NOLTE.
SMOKE
GILLMAN BOUSE
BOUQUET CIGAR
Beaver Lunch Room
OANA
HOTEL
WAIKIK1 BEACH
Rapid Transit Electric Can antn
at and dcpnrv from tb aialn ntnutti
ot the Moana IIote Tery tcu mliitr
MOANA HOTEL Cfcv LT.
ITI
I'OIt SAN FRANCISCOri
23 ALAMEDA SEPT. II
G VENTURA OCT. 4
14 I ALAMEDA OCT. 1
2CSIEItaA OCT. 25
1 1 ALAMEDA NOV. 3
will call at Honolulu and
dates below mentioned:
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
MONGOLIA SEPT. 1
(.(UNA OCT. 2
DORIC OCT. IS
MANCHURIA OCT. 29
v,-TIC NOV. I
KOREA NOV. 1
OAELiO NOV. 2t
MONGOLIA DEC. 11
I CHINA DEC. If
Co., Ltd., a-
Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
to sail about SEPT.
15
Company's Wharf, 41st Street,
EMEG5
Francisco
Sound.
to sail SEPT.
23
to sail SEPT.
12
From Sydney and Brisbane).
(For Victoria and VancouTar.
MIOWERA OCT. 13
MOANA NOV. 16
AORANOI DEC.lt
O. R. & L. Co.
TIME TABLE
May 1st, 190).
OUTWARD.
For Walanae, Walalua.-Kahukv ufl
Way Stations D. 15 a.m., J:I0 M
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill as Wa
i Stations 17:30 a. m., : a. sl.
11:05 a. m '215 p. m S:M n il,
14:15 p. ui 6.15 p. m., tl:W-L hl,
111:15 . m.
INWARD.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahukw, Wf
alua and Walanae 8:36 a. au, H:M
p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from rrm ma Ml
Pearl City 16:50 a. m., tf:M sl m,
8:36 a. m., M0:38 a. m., : 9. a,
4:31 p. in., 5:31 p. tn., 7:4 f. as.
Dally.
1 Sunday Excepted.
Sunday Only,
O. P. DENISON, F. C. MITTt,
SupL O. P. T. al.
ilittiifaiM
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