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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, JAN. 10, 1905.
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CONTEST In favor of
Kohaia, Hawaii, Doc. 16, 1904.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
Plans ond estimates furnished for
It classes contracting work.
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work prompt
ly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
$50.00 for $1.00
Ladysmith Shooting Gallery,
TOP OP PUNCIinOWL.
CASH PRIZE OF $50.
Stand and Offlce, 716 Fort near
Queen St., opposite Hackfeld bulldlni.
Draymen, baggage and furniture
handled and delivered.
Offlce 'Phone Main 281 J Peeldene
'Phone White 861.
C. H. KLUEQEL,
Member American Society C. E. Con
sulting and Constructing Engineer. Ir
rlgatlon Worka, Water Power, Rail
ways. Bridges and Land Surveys.
401 Stangenwald building. Address
P. O. Box 796.
He J. Harrison,
KINO 8T.opp. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH
Work Neatly Done. Satisfaction
THE MILLER CANDY CO,
has moved Its Candy Factory to tho
old ELITE BUILDING on HOTEL St.
All Candles aro mado on tho premises,
Call and try a sample of Hot Candy.
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de.
icrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
ALL KINDS OF ACCORDEON AND
8UN PLAITING AND PINKlNG
DONE AT THE LEADING DRESS
MAKING ESTABLISHMENT OF
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLORS.
Wants to meet hit old friends at the
Parlors, Alakea Street,
8ATURDAY, JANUARY 7th.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Executor of tlio Last Will
anil Testament of Kenahu Drcnlg, lato
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, deceased:
Notice Is hereby Riven to all persons
to present their claims against the
estate ot said KenAliu Urenlg, deceas
ed, duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by mortgage- or otherwise, to tho
undersigned at his offlce, 97 Merchant
street, Honolulu aforesaid, within six
months from the dato hereof, or they
will bo forerr barred.
And all persons Indebted to said cs
tato are hereby requested to malto Ira
mediate, payment to tho undersigned.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., December
Executor of tho Will of Kenahu
!4C Dec. 13, 20, 27: Jan. 3, 10.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned, hating on tho 19th
day of December, A. D. 1BU4, been duly
appointed administrator of the Estate,
of James S. Hllon, deceased, by J. T.
Do Holt, First Judgo of the circuit
.Court of the First Cli cult, hereby clcs
notice to all creditors of said cstato to
present their claims duly authenticat
ed and wKh the proper vouchers, If
any exist, even It tho claim Is secured
Ly mortgage upon real estate, to him,
at his oince, No. 74 B. King St., Hono
lulu, within six months from this date,
or they will be forocr barred. '
Dciember 20, 1904,
l 13. It. STIIAUCH.
Administrator ot tho Estate ot
James S. Hlton, Deceased.
2951 Dec. 20. 27: Jan. 3, 10.
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rut? a rep by
.Tut IVANS CHEMIWLC0.1
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have opened a horso-shoo-Ing
department In connec
tion with their carrlago
shop, etc. Having secur
ed tho services of a first
class shoer, they aro pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
The Best Creamery Butter
In the Market la
Is always fresh and possesses a sweet
flavor. Order a pound from
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BERETANIA and ALAKEA 8TREET.
o MINERAL WATER.
W. C, PEACOCK & CO. Ltd.. Ats
and JEWELERS' SUPPLIES.
COR. FORT AND KING ST8.
629 South King Street, Adolnlng W.
Wright's Carriage Factory.
Carpenter and Builder, Store Fit
tings and General Jobbing; All Work
Guaranteed; Estimates given; orders
Recorded Dee. 27, 1904.
T Hlgashl to C F Bradshaw; CM:
leasehold, bldgs, etc, I'loplo, Hllo:
$488 11 2G2, p 183. Dated July 18,
M T Souza and wf to John O Jones;
D; por lot 4, Land Patent 4718, Ahua
loa, Hamakua, Hawaii; $2300. B 209,
p 24. Dated Dec 6, 1904.
Kalal and hsb to John Mai; Dj 5 8
aero of II P 1304, Pololu, N Kohala, Ha
wall: 110. B 2C9, p 20. Dated Den
Tarn Chong and wf to Tam Yau; D,
pc land, Kauatt, Kula, Maul, $1,02S,
B 2C9, p 27. Dated Dec 6, 1901.
Geo W Kalhcnul and wf to Hllo
Bdg School, trs of; Add Secy; por 11
P 43CS, Kul 1103011, Walnkcn, Hllo; Jl.
B 262, p 184. Dated Nov 14, 1904.
Charles McFarlan and wf et nl by
atty to F S Lyman; D; lot 24A of Pat
4CC7, lot 25 of Pat 4GCC nnd lot 26 or
Pat 4GC8, Ponalmwai lands, Hllo; IS,
000. B CO, p 74. Dated Dec 21, 1904.
O O Seong and wf to W L Dccoto;
5-8 of 20 acres In It P 416, Kul 76, nnd
llvo stock, Mahlnahlna, Kaanapalt,
Maul; (500. B 2G2, p 1SG. Dated Dec
J H Nut and wf to Manocl Carrclro
Jr; D; 1-2 Int In 1 share In but land.
Ulumalu, Hnmakualoa, Maul; $225. B
2GG, p 75. Dated Dec 8, 1904.
Chins See and hsb to Manuel O
llalanco; D; It 1 CISC, Kul 345S, Po
hnkunttt, Wnlchu, Maul; $350. 11 2G9,
p 28. Dated Dec 17, 1901.
Julia M Drown and hsb to 11 A
Wadsworth; M; 15 Int In Ap 11, It P
4G9, 3 pes land, bldg, furniture aud 7
horses, Knmaolc, Kula, Maul; u0.
B 202, p 188. Dated Dec 19, l0t.
Joseph Manuel and wf to Pakckcpa
(w); D; 1-2 Int In It V 3183, Kul 2323,
Knneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu; ?1, etc.
U 2GG, p 70. Dated Dec 21, 1904.
Emma Mncfnrlano njid hsb (II II) to
Est of S C Allen by trs; M; por Or
163, bldgs, etc, Punahou St, 19 Int Holmes nt Honokua. Hawaii; a Deal
in R P CG3, por It P 7127, pc land, bldg cr'g Mienso wns granted on nbout Dm
etc, Fort, Hotel nnd Pauaht Sts, all in' ccmber 22, 1901, to 1. A. Diaz at Wal-
B 203, p 31. Dated
Dec 21, 1904.
i:t S C Allen by trs to Emma Mnc
fnrlano; ltd ; pc land, bldgs, etc. Pu
liation St. 1-9 Int In R P CCS, por R P
7427, pc land, bldgs, etc, Fort, Hotel
and Pauaht Sts, all In Honolulu; Jll,
000. 11 259, p 97. Dated Dec 24, 1901.
Kuolokca (w) to Kcamo Pakekee
(vv); D; por 11 I 7338, Kul 8735 and
hldg. Knpaau, N Kohala, Hawaii; $5,
etc, U 2CC, p 78. Dated Dec 12, 1901.
II A Wldemaun to Henry Holmes;
M; 1-9 Int In It P GC3, por It P 7427,
pc land, bldgs, etc. Fort, Hotel nnd
J'a1"1' su Honolulu; 2,0O0. I) 208.
p 3.. Dated Dec 21, 1901.
A Zimmerman et al to Oiaa Sujar order lu tho t'Jstrlct. That drunken
Co Ltd; CM; cane on subdlv 17 of lot nesi had dcirc.iscd and lo.tllng ha3 ul
S8, Olua tract. Puna, Hawaii; $1 and most disappeared. That a llnnnd
(tdvs. U 2C8, p 4'J. Dated Dec 20, seller of Iltpior Is much more prefcrn
1901 J bio from tho standpoint ot control of
A Zimmerman ct al to Olaa Susir iUOi than no license nt all.
Co Ltd; CM; cano on subdlv 7 of lot
ci ninn ..., ii iioU,.ii. i .i ' u ' uuuuin.u mui i.,u uii .....k
al'vs 7. ' S n 7 Dated Ot IWIllll"l,',?"",! l"" "" """V ! """
81 n Lll. ,;mM,C,a0Ct,hnJ"Blea "! B0 vUe'18 " " ."R,'la .ni
.h a, J. in, nn ,i , k" 7 ,,r
lot 89 mik tract Tua llaui I U
.v-, ,. . -... v -., .-v..
A Zimmerman ct al to Olan Sugar
Co Ltd; CM; cano on subdlv 14 of lot
89, Olan tract. Puna, Hawaii; 1 nnd
Odvs. D 2C8, p 51. Dated Oct 21.1003.'
A Zimmerman ct nl to Olaa Sgr Co
..... , v.w.u . . ,k -,
I til' f'l nmm nn diDiiIIw 1 r. of Int VI
Olaa tract, Puna, Hawaii; l and advs
U 2G8. p Gl. Dated Dec 28, -1903.
A Zimmerman et al to Olaa Sgr Ca
Ltd; CM; cano on subdlv 8 ot lot 89
Olaa tract. Puna, Hawaii, 71 and advs.
U 2CS, p G8. Dated Dec 19, 1903.
A Zimmerman ct al to Olaa Sgr Co
Ltd; CM; cano on subdlvs 9 aud 10
of lot 89, Olaa tract, Puna. Hawaii; $1
nnd uiIvb. D 2C0, p 390. Dated Dei-
A Zimmerman ct nl to Olan Sgr Co
Ltd; CM; eano on subdlv G of lot 89,
Olaa tract. Puna, Hawaii; Jl and advs.
D 2C0. p 401. Dated Jan 9, 1901.
A Zimmerman ct nl to Olaa Sgr Co
Ltd; CM; cano on subdlv 11 of lot 89
Olna tract, Puna, Hawaii; ft and ndvs.
1) 2C0, p 40G. Dated Dec 28, 1903.
A Zimmerman et al to Olaa Sgr Co
Ltd; CM; cano on subdlv 13 ot lot 89,
Olaa tract. Puna, Haw-all; 1 and advs.
D 2G0, p 417. Dated Nov 23, 1903.
A Zimmerman ct al to Olaa Sgr Co
Ltd; CM; cano on subdlv 12 of lot 89,
Olaa tract, Puna, Hawaii; l and advs.
U 2G0, p 412. Dated Nov 28, 1903.
Y Miyamoto to M Kawahara; IIS;
goods, wares, mdse, ftirnlturo, fix
tures, 2 horses, etc, Honoullull, I:va,
Oahu; $809. D 274, p 13. Dated Deo
J M Dowsctt et al trs to Hmma
Mncfnrlntie; Rel; 8 9 int in por (r 153,
bldgs, etc, Punnhou St, Honolulu; $9,-
500. R 230, p 175. Dated Dec 24,1901.
Z Kaklna and wf to (leorgo Mtin
don; D; shares In hut land, Wnlnlha,
Iluualel, Knuul; $100. 1) 2GC, p 79.
Dated Mar 17, 1904.
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ml TO Hi
DEALERS' LICENSE LIES
SOLELY Willi CAMPBELL
KAU WINE COMPANY ASKS A RE-
CONSIDERATION OF APPLICA.
TION GOVERNORS NOT
Territorial Treasurer Campbell Is lu
receipt of the following
Honolulu, T. II , Jan. G, 1905.
To Hon A. J. Campbell, Treasurer
Territory of Hawaii.
Dear Sir: 1. The Kou Wine Co.,
Ltd., begs to submit herewith copy of
Its letter dated January 5, 1905, to the
Governor ot tho Territory, the purpose
of said letter being to show that.
.,..... ,1. ni.kln. r tr..J
whereas tho punishment of offences
against the liquor laws of the Terri
tory lies with the pollco alone, and
that the Uocrnor as chief administra
tive officer Is interested therein, the
discretion ot granting: "Dealer's LI'
V & " O
llei solely with tho Treasurer
ot tho Territory and the Governor pos
sesses no part ot thli discretion.
2. Tho Kau Wine Co., Ltd., respect
fully asks ot the Treasurer of thu Ter
ritory a reconsideration ot Its applica
tion for n "Dealer's License" nt Houu
apo, Hawaii, for the following reasons.
(a) After an investigation on tho
ground by an officer of tho government,
Sheriff Andrew s of Hawaii, the gruul
tug of the license asked by the Kau
Wine Co., Ltd., wns approved and
ircommcudcd by Sherlrt Andrews
(b) The two plantations In the Dis
trict prefer n Dealer') ovr a Retail
tr's license; and a "Dealer's Llccnso"
to no license at all.
(c) A Dealer's License was granted
on nbout December 9. 1901. to Al. V.
(d) The people of the district for
which the Kau Wine Co, Ltd., has
muilo Its application for a "Dealer's
Llccnso" aro desirous of having Btich
(o) These people show- by their let
ters that tho conditions at Kau nru
, not at set forth lu Sheriff Andrcws'H
reports to tho Treasurer. That as a
matter of fact the district lias been
In better older sinro tho graullng of
tho Dealer's License for tho district
than nt any time heretofore. That the
, Kau Wine & I.Iuuor Co. have eon
ducted their biuduesi lu nn oiderly
manner and with u view to law ami
It , BUUniiUcj that ulu ,,ca tli.tt
i h""' or m anj "u '"B ,u"""' "
l" "'" "' a"y n,,1 "" "l?"8 U
,t ,a uoimu to produce a tniscnievoua
tfiect among the plantation Inborerj.
Thai, ,,,., h. ,i.n .. i,,ni
rBilt t0 ,,rchnso liquor as any other
.,,.. or ci.ze8 f u10 Territory.
nn,i , refuse to thorn a .unvenlent nnd
otunorircti plate wnero bucii uemanci
may bo lawfully supplied can only iMvvin Irish, J. II S Martin, II II Tny
tend to their obtaining It by nuv other j ior, ,,rUpa! Walohluu School; W. A.
ovnuauio means in any oiuer piacH
thut It mny Ihj offered for sale. Wher
thero Is a dollar to be mado there aro
nlwa)s to be found those who aro wilt
ing to take chances and make It, lion
iPtl), If they can, otherwise dlsbuti
sll). Tho theory that goods can be for
warded from a central point say a
particular wharf or luudlng, nnd
watched until It reaches tho consumer
ludlentes uu Intention on tho part of
the authorities to establish a sjstein
of espionage, that for several reasons
Is not practicable.
1. Such a system Is certain to lr-
rltato thosu who havo no Intention of
Wrong doing, and It carried out etfcclfl8 nctk ,BCOn8i fantn pEl.oaS( t'unlb.
all.Al.l najA Wnlt A Itr-nilllAA 4atrtlllilat I w '
tlvcly, lannot fall to prodtico trouble
nnd perhaps strikes among a laboring
people, who aro knowu to bo both sen
sitive and tenacious of their rights.
2. In ordei to carry this out effec
tively a large foreo ot spies and In
formers will be necessary, whoso very
presence, when known, never falls to
cxclta npposltlou and defiance lu any
The greater the difficulty placed In
tho way of lawful trade tho more cer
tain will ho tho demand, and conse
quently locnll) manufactured sub
stitutes, such us swipes, okolehao, etc,
will bo supplied, As tho result of
t losing up the only license d dlstrlbut
ing point In Kau, thero wcro upwardi
of 30 packages of sako and llquori!
fdilppcd per steamship "Mauna I.oa"
on her last trip to outside parti) s;
while tho Kau Wine Co, Ltd, wcro
pievented fiom shipping a single care.
II) tho present trip of the steamer,
owing to tho fact becoming knowu
thut no supplies tan bo legally obtain
ed, It Is probable that twice or thrlco
the nbovo quantity will bo forwarded.
Wo submit that most ot these goods
will reach tho consumer by and
'through the samo bauds as heretofore,
and now, practically all through illicit
How can It bo nrgued that tho with
drawing of n license can possibly re
sult lit tho stopping or even diminish
ing of Illicit selling in a particular see.
Hon or district?
Is not tho exact opposite result to
be anticipated and Hint by adopting
Mich a i our bo practically all sueh sale!)
la such district will bo Illicit, with tin
same If not greater difficulty for the
police to convict offenders? The of
fense Is committed by the man selling
Illicitly no matter where he gets bis
Tho Kau Wluo Co, Ltd., enclose
herewith copies of letters written by
people in Kau the originals of which
I were enclosed In n letter dated Decern
'ler 30, 1501, by O. C. Hewitt, Esq, to
tho Gournor; nnd also original let-
tcrs (torn other people in that ills
IrUl; and submits that these letter
show the true state of affairs at Kau,
pud bear out tho assci lions abotii
Wo do not billoc we arc trcpaslnu,
Upou an) statute nr primlplc of law
when we ask the exercise of tho pen
sonal discretion of tho Treasurer with
rrgard to this application for recou
sidcratlon. Undo the Bradley s.
Thurston decision of our Supremo
Court this discretion cannot bo re
'"""" ""'",' "'" --'.
,uo jnlmf of the Treasurer being tho
-ourt of last rexort such discretion
lcwcd. , Under these circumstances,
we submit, should be exercised all tha
more carefully ami moderately. The
power over lite and death Is exercised,
per force, more dellberntcly than tho
powir to punish for minor offenses. Tq
...,1 ,I.A mka !.... nhAUlUn n l.n o
"" ""- "" ..-.". -.
Vtirj wo lu I'uv titv viiivi iuiu imi w
tlou, but the effect of the one Is vast
ly more tnr-reachlng than the effect
of tho other The grcnter the power,
tho more rare should be used In ths
exercise of It. Otherwise nil senre of
security and stability Is lost.
Wo respectful!) submit, that though
the Trensurcr cannot be compelled by
law to cxcrclxc discretion under thu
Uradlcj-Thuistun dclslun, the Otitic?
of his high oiriiu themselves require,
in the cNcr.lkc of hU discretion, that
he should pruned without taking ail
vautun of this decision. The Uradlcy
Tuupiton de-cjslun lit for his protection,
It is Impassible to regard It lu thu
light of his offico ns n shield fur nil
abuse of illsciettun, or a Justification
In other words, notwithstanding tho
Hradlc) -Thurston decision, to which
Mr Jutlte Dole strongly dissents, and
whose dissenting opinion oxprcsFos to
day the weight of nuthorit) ns enunci
ated h) the decisions of the Stnta
Courts, we submit that the exercise ot
e'lscretlou b) the Treasurer In this mat-
i ter should constitute the discharge ot
an official duty and not a mere ex
pression of personal will, or of pen-mini
view a that tho scope ot tho licensing
laws Is against public pollcj, or views
on the propriety or Impropriety of 11
censes, or that there is no necessity
for the Hccikc. Such discretion should
bo exercised In this particular tune aud
upon the fncts ami circumstances sul
Uiltted, nftcr the) have been heard and
t.uly considered, regard being had to
tho Interests and polli) of the stalo
a niiiiilfcMed In the statutes, as well
44 to the intereatu of the uppllcaui and
of the district In which the buslutsj
I U to bo carried on
Wo submit that under the facts and
(.irctiuistitnccH iibovo c numerated, tnu
dt"" ot l" -I'PMiutlon the Ka
Wine Co. Ltd. fur a Dealer's Llccnm.
ul HonuaiKj, Kuu. Hawaii, should b
, reconsidered nnd that said application
KAU WINi: COMPANY, LTD.
Hy J. O. Roth well. Its President.
Dr. L. S. Thompson, Government
phjsklan, Kau, Rev. C. N Itunnlt, J,
Knuhune, 11. K. Kamnll, Wm. P. Hart,
i c (! Mnroniber. .1. 11. Wnlnullaul.
Schwulllu and T. C. Willis write on
tho Btiliject, bearing out usocrlious
made lu the letter of the Kau Wine
KAIMUKI TLA GARDEN.
Tako jour children out to tho teu
gardens at tho terminus ot tho Knlmii
ki ear line, and let them sco thu niou-
lmonKosc. tho ring doves, tho African
and Australian parrots, tho Java spar
rows, strawberry birds, Japancsu larks,
quail, Japanese canaries, Gnlur parrots,
red-headed mountain parrots, cocka
toos, fautall gold fish, stiver flsh, ruf
Icrs, pouters, etc., etc.
Tho Japanese miniature lake and
mountain, with Its waterfall and rough
mountain path to the little house at
the summit will also Interest them.
You .will And joureolt becoming as
interested 'in tho study of nature as
For San Frauclseo, per O. S. S. Ala
meda, Jan. 11. 3. C. Lowe, Mrs. C. II,
Mclirltlu and Infant, Mnrston Camp,
bell, J. A. Cranston and wife, II, Grim
men), K. J Collins, J. I'. Mendoneu, 1.
S. Kau, C. F. Dohrman ami wife, J. Al.
llubciisteln, Miss H. 1'attlsuu, C. O
White, Mrs. AL Hlliuer. .
For .Maui nnd Hawaii, per stnir,
Cluudlne, nt 5 jr. m today. II. (J Dun
ford, Miss It. K. Daniels, John Abau,
Hurry I luff man, W. K Shaw, lit v. C.
r. Hong, John w. Wudiuau
For VuuioiiNer and Victoria, per S.
S Allowera, Jan. 11. W. II. I'llonger,
Miss Anderson, Mrs. I. Draper, i:. K.
LUsworth, J Al. Horner and ehlld.
For 8 due), per S. S. Aoruul, Jan
II. Air. and Airs. Hausburg, Itev. W.
For fluam, per U. S Army Transport
Thomas, Jan. 0. Air. Castillo aud
Belle Did joii ae to help him out
nheu ho proposed?
Maj No, papa did. Town Topics.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this lino will arrivo and leave this port as bcrcundera
FBOM SAN FRANCISCO:
. JAN. 18
S u:im A ..
SONOMA . ,
In connection with tho sailing of tho abovo steamers, tho agents aro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Urn
York by any steamship Una to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm; G Irwin & Ca, Ltd.
OCEANIC 3. 8. CO. GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
8teamera of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
CHINA JAN. 17
MANCHURIA JAN. 28
DOllIC Fi:n. 9
KOltlJA FEU. 21
Call nt Manila.
For general Information apply to
R Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAHAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
Prom Now Yorlc
S.S. "AMERICAN" to sail about JAN. 30
S.S."CALIFORNIAN" to sail about FEB. 25
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, Soertfc
from San Francisco To Honolulu Direct.
S.S.-NEVADAN" to sail JAN. 26
S.S. "NEBRASKAN" to sail FEB. 16
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street. '
and each month thereafter.
From Honolulu to San Pranclaco.
S.S. "NEBRASKAN" to sail JAN. 15
S.S."NEVADAN" to sail FEB. 6
From Suuttle and Tucomu
Via San Francisco. '
S.S."NEVADAN" From Seattle JAN. IS
S.S."NEVADAN" from Tacoma JAN. 20
Tor further Information apply iff
G. P. MORSE, M. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agent. AGENT8, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of tho abovo lino, running In connection with tho CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, nnd Sydney, N. S. W
and calling at Victoria, 1). C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, am--DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.
(For Drlsbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI JAN. 14
MIOWEIIA FLU1. 11
MOANA MAIL 11
Through Tickets lssuod from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passago and all general Information apply to
Theo. ... Pavies & Co., Ltd. General Agents.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Hustae,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK 8AND. TELEPHONE MAIN M.
Union Express Co., Ltd., 63 Queen Street,
Having baggage contracts with tho following Steamship Coa Lines:
Oceanic Steamship Co. Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Occidental &. Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kaleha Steamship C
Wo check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you the- troobU
and annojnnco of checking on the wharf.
Incoming bnggaga checked on steamers of above companies and dellr-
crod with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN St.
II, J, NOLTE.
(ill I MAN HOUSE
Beaver Lunch Room
Rapid Transit Electric Cars arrive
at and depart from the main entrance
of tho Moana Hotel every ten minutes.
MOANA HOTEL CO., LTD.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
SO.VOMA JAN. 17
ALAMEDA FEU. 1
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
KORCA JAN. IT
SlIiniHA FKD. 1
MONGOLIA FED. 24
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. Cf
MIOWHUA JAN. U
O. R. & L. Co.
Oct. , 1904.
For Wnlnnac, Walalua, Kanaka ant
Way Stations 9:16 an, 1:S0 pan.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Waj)
8lntlons t7:30 a, m., 8:15 a. m,
11:05 a. m.. 2;15 p. m., J:20 p. m,
:15 p. m., 13:30 p. in., tll:l& p. m,
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka, Wat
nlua and Walanao S:30 a. m., I:M
Arrive Honolulu from Swa UIU Mai
T;arl CUy " 10 a. m. 8:JJ . as,
10:38 a. ro., '1:40 p. m., 4:ll . a,
h:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
t Sunday Etceptcd.
t Sunday Only.
G P. DENISON. F. C SMITH,
Supt. G. P.tT.A,
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