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dVKNINU BULLKTIN, HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1906.
ST 16 A SYNONYM OF QUICKEYED. -qsjQ
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The New International Encyclopedia
Edited by Daniel Colt Gllrnan, LL.D, president of Johns Hopkins Univer
sity (1876.1901), now President of Carnegie Institution; Harry Thurston
Peek, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor In Columbia University; Frank Moore Col
by, M.A., late Professor of Economics In New York University; In 21 vol
times. Sold at publisher's prices and on same easy monthly payments by
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS UPSTAIRS.
CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT AND
Corner California and Montgomery
Sts., San Francisco.
For tho six months ending December
31, 1905, dividends havo been declared
on tho deposits In tho savings depart
ment of this company as follows)
On term deposits at tho rate of 3 6-10
per cent, per annum, and on ordinary
deposits at tho rato of 3 1-2 per cent,
per annum, freo of taxes, and payable
on and after Tuesday, January 2, 190C.
J. DALZELL DROWN.
3271 2w Manager.
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN 80.
626 California St, San Francisco.
, For tho half year ending December
SI, 1905, a dividend lias been doclarcd
at tho rato of three and six-tenths
(3 6-10) per cent, per annum on nil de
posits, free of taxes, payablo on nnd
cftcr Tuesday, January 2, 1900, Divi
dends not called for are added to and
bear the samo rato of Intorcst as tho
principal from January 1, 190C.
Wo tako this method of notifying
tho public that nil accounts duo us
which are not settled within sixty days
from dato will bo placed In tbo bands
of an attorney for collection.
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO..
For K. n. POUTER.
Honolulu, January 2, 190S. 3275-tf
All accounts owlnc tho Covno Furnl-i
turo Co.. Ltd., must bo paid In sixty
days from dato. All unpaid nccounts,
after this dato will bo placed In tho
bands of nn attorney for collection.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD,
3275-tf By A. COYNE.
HART & CO., LTD.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho above-named corpora
tion will bo held nt Us placo of bus.
lncss on Hotel St., Honolulu, at 2:30
o'clock p. in., Friday. Jan. 12, 1900.
ESTADLI8HED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Dank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don, Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Dank Deposits.
One will last a life time
FORT ABOVE HOTEL STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 266. P. O, Dox 045
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nsws ot the day.
"For ReM." cards on sals si Bullttla,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF JAMES WIGHT.
The undersigned, JAS'E WIGHT. tV
ecutrlx under tho Will of James Wight,
lato of Kolmln, County of Hawaii, and
IlonURT WALLACE and ROBERT W.
SHINGLE, administrators with the
Will annexed of the estate of sold
James Wight, having been appointed
such executrix nnd administrators by
tho Honorable J. A. Matthcwman, sit
ting at Chambers In Probate In tho
Circuit Court of the Third Circuit of
the Territory of Hawaii, hereby give
notice to all creditors of smd decedent
to present their claims duly authcntl
catcd and with proper vouchers, If any
exist, even If the claim Is secured by
mortgage upon real estate to paid exn
tutrix and administrators at thnlr
plnco of business In Honolulu by leav
ing the same at the Office of tho Hen
ry Wnterhousc Trust Company, Lim
ited, corner of Fort and Merchant
Streets, Honolulu, within six months
from this date. If any claims against
raid decedent bo not presented within
six months from the first publication
of this notice, the same will be forotor
All debtors of the estate of said
James Wight are hereby notified to
make payment of such debts forthwith
at said otilco of the Henry Waterhouto
Trust Company, Limited.
Dated, Honolulu, December 1C, 1905.
Executrix of the Will of James Wight.
ROBERT WALLACE and
ROBERT W. SH1NGLU,
Administrators with the Will annexed
of the Estate of James Wight,
32C5 Dec. 28; Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed tho Administrator of tho Es
ttto of Francisco Alves Rlbelro, lato
of Honolulu. Island and County of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased.
iNoiico is hereby given to an persons
to present their claims against tho Es
tate of said Francisco Alves Itlbclro.
deceased, duly authenticated, whether
leaned by mortgage or otherwise, to
tho undersigned at tho Lusltana Hall,
Alapal street. In Honolulu, Oahu,
aforesaid within six months from tho
dato hereof, or they will bo forovor
And all persons Indebted to said es
tato aro hereby requested to make, Im
mediate, payment to tho undersigned,
Dated Honolulu, December 28. 1905.
JOHN P. D1AS,
Administrator Estate of Fran
Cisco Alves Rlbelro, do
32CS Dee. 28, Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25.
HAWAIIAN FRUIT AND TARO
Notlco Is hereby given that a meet
Ing of tho stockholders of the HAWAI
IAN FRUIT AND TAHO COMPANY
will bo held at tbo offlco of tho under
signed In Walluku, Maul, Territory of
Hawaii, on Friday, January 12th, 190G,
st 12 o'clock a. m. The subject of tbo
general affairs of tho company. Its 11a-
Ulltlcs, disposition of tho same, the
dosing up of Us affairs and taking
Heps to disincorporate will bo consid
ered. Walluku, Maul, Decomber 20, 1806,
A. N. KEPOIKAL
Secretary of tho Hawaiian Fruit
and Taro Company.
3261 Dec. 21, 28; Jan. 4, 11.
Geo. A. Martin
Open Saturdays until 9 p. m.
ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL 8T.
FI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 King 8t, Katsey Block, bet
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. aln 1B9.
F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
Free Passage Stil
For School Teacher
" U. C, SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES SHOWN
Tbo llorad of Education, lnspltc of tatlon which should bo eliminated bo
the discouragement It encountered cause It Is no longer useful. (21 Who-
from Secretary Taft, Is Btlll preparing
for a hard battle to secure freo trans
portatlon for Island teachers, who
wish to attend tho Callfonla summer
"I am going to write to Secretary
Taft, Governor Carter, Dclegato Kuhlo,
Benjamin Ido Wheeler and others ro
gardlng tho subject," said Superinten
dent of Public Instruction Babbitt this
morning, "I havo also spoken with
tho members of the Washington com
mltteo and enlisted their sympathy
with the plan. While they can do noth
Ing as n committee, as that has anoth
er purpose In view, they havo promised
to work for U Individually during their
rip to tbo mainland,"
Uabliltt has prepared extracts from
the University of California Bulletin
on tho summer session held last year
at that Institution, which, he thinks
will bo of great Interest to teachers
They arc ns follows:
Registration Teachers: Including
nil who nro following tho teaching Vo
cation, whether In public schools, prl-
ate schools, or other institutions of
learning. Students of this class may
I'pon sntlHtylng the requirements havo
their work count as credit toward a
Fees Tho tuition fco will bo twelve
112) dollars, regardless of the number
of courses taken. Tho fco will be re-'It
quired ot those who wish to attend as'
auditors merely, as well as of thote
who wish to undertuko systematic
class work and examination.
Examination and Credit Thcro
will be no general period of final exam
inations. The matter of examinations
lor credit will bo left In thu hands ot
the Instructors. The regular hours for
recitation, etc., may bo utcd fur such
examinations ns may bu necessary; or
instructors may make special appoint
ments with their classes for this pur
pose. Attending Teachers Special of
lOrts will bo made, during tho summer
session to bring teachers attending it
into touch witn visiting Superintend
ents, Principals, and other school au
thorities. In furtherance of this pur
pose, arrangements havo been mado ut
ho Recorder's of I Ice for tho registra
tion ot tho names and addresses of
Accommodations Hoard and lodg
ing may bo obtained In Berkeley for
liom f:;.00 to 135.00 per month. The
accommodations aro ample.
The following courses of studies are
especially Interesting to local teachers,
although many othcrB aro given:
Tho Courso of Study, Supt. Kendall.
Tho work or tho school as affected by
a better understanding of children and
by new social and economic conditions,
discussion of the teaching of tho ordi
nary school subjects and their relation
to the life or tho child; physical train
ing; manual tiJlnlng; economy In tho
correlation oi studies. Frequent ref
irences will be mado to books relating
to tho child and to teaching of tho
several subjects of the elementary
vchool curriculum. Members of the
class will hnvo an opportunity to make
uso ot tho work of tho observation
tchool; 2 units.
School Management and School Hu-
rervlslon. Superintendent Kendall.
t no Superintendent of Schools in rela
tion to tho Board ot Education, thu
public, and tbo teachers; tho best uso
of tho superintendent'!! time, the
tchool principal; tho supervisor or dl
lector ot special subjects; tho teacher;
selection and appointment of teach
irs; scholarship of teachers; training
(if teachers, teachers' meetings, school
visitation, Improvement of teachers;
tho organization ot tbo school, tho ba
sis ot classification, promotions, tho
Individual pupil, departmental teach
ing, tests; tho school building, what
thould bo tho features of a modem
elementary school building; 2 units,
Elementary Education and Practice
Tcachlug. Assistant Professor Far
rington. Tho formulation of a ration
al method of tho recitation, and an ap
plication ot tho principles so establish
ed to some of tho subjects ot tho pri
mary and grammar schools. Particu
lar emphasis will bo laid upon Eng
lish, geography and arithmetic,
with tho consent of tho Instructor, to
those who havo taken at least one.
courso In Psychology and ono In Edu-
cation, and to teachers of experience.
A limited number of students electing!
this courso will bo ablo to do practice
teaching under tho direction of compe -
tent critics. It Is expected that as 1 277, p 318. Dated Jan 2, 1900.
many as possible will avail themselves j L Ahlo to Kong Sung Wal Co; Itel;
of this opportunity; 2 units, (One unit 'leaseholds and personal property, Ma
additional credit may bo granted to! liana, Ewn, Oahu; I3W0. I) 199, p 98.
those engaging In practlco teaching.)
Nature study, naturo study litem-
lure, music In Its relation to life, tho'tcr; I); 1 share In lull land, Knhaua,
teaching ot English In secondary 'Koolauloo, Oahu; J.Vi. II 277, p 320.
bcliools, Introduction to English gram-'Dated Dec 28, 1905.
mar. development of oral exnresslon.l Mrs Molllo V Hulum to J F Hum-
tho teach nc or oral reading, tho foun-
datlons of geometry, tho content and
method 'of arithmetic, physlcul geogra- lu; 15000. ll 270, u ai.'. uatcu Nov
phy, general geography. 1 29, 1905.
Tho Teaching of English In Second- Kacleku Bug Co Ltd; Notlco; applcn
rry Schools. Professor Bradley. A ! for reg tltlo ot various pes land, Hnna
conterenco courso Intended to meet nalua etc, liana, MaUI. II 274, p 422.
tho needs of teachers. Beforo electing Dated Jan 3, 190G.
this courso students should consult thu I August Medeiros and wf to Joe T
Instructor; 2 units. Dawrros ct nl; M; Kul CC67 and hldgs,
The Content and Method ot Arithmo-lMakapala, Koloa, Kauai; J200. 1) 275,
tic. Mr. Bunker. This course, prima ' P 330. Dated Nov 1, 1905.
marlly for teachers and supervising! John W Drown to I.uka Nakapaahu;
principals, will mako on exhaustive ex Da; 1 horse, Walmoa, Kauai;- (10. I)
nmlpatlon ot each ot the subdivisions 274, p 423. Dated Dec 28, 1905.
of arithmetic as It Is, traditionally pre- ;
tented, to determlno: (1) Whether I Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
there Is not much In the usual presen- office.
ther tho rhango In tho needs of socle-
ly does not demand In each subdivision
n change In tho content, or at least a
thltt In emphasis; (3) Whether It Is
not possiulo to find nn order and meth
od or presentation In each caso which
has been tested by cxpcrlenco nnd
shown to give tho desired result with
a considerable saving of time. To as
rlst In determining these questions, as
well as to give perspective, a few of
the best recent discussions will be read
nnd considered, From time to tlmo
lectures will bo given dealing with that
Looy of Information regarding business
pnd business practices which the teach
er should know and yet which can not
to found in texts. The course aims to
bo practical rntllor iuun theoretical
and cxpeiiincntnl. To this end sheets
lontalnlni. supplemental exercises and
problems m each tuple will be dlitrlb
itcd. In ti,e hopo thai such a body of
jxerclscs mil problems will render tho
use of the present Mate text more ef
fective. I lkewlse, those- taking tho
course wl1 be expected to work fre
quently at tbo blackboard, In order to
tecomo familiar with tho methods rec
ommended, ns well ns to gain that ac
curacy nnd facility In tho work which
tho teacher needs. This course will bo
of srcclal interest to teachers In thu
grammar school. No University cred-
' Content nnd
.Method. Mi. Hunker,
The most typi
cal features historic, economic, artis
tic, political, or commercial, as tho
caso may be of each of tho natural
geographical areas of the world will
be chosen; selected references, fur the
most part to current magazines, will
be given on each to bo read; anil, with
this ns a basis, through discussions
and lectures tho attempt will be mado
to amplify the teacher's general Infor
mation to such a degree as to make her
the master of the text, rather than Its
slave. Use will be made of the unex
celled informational opportunities
which tho Bay region atTords through
Saturday visits to the plants of the var
ious Industrial activities thereabouts.
Throughout the course much attention
will bo given to methods of presenting
the material ot geography to the chil
dren of the grades. Particular consid
eration will be
Tho Care ot Plants nnd Animals.
The Caro and Management of Do
mestic Animals; Tho Planting and
Care of Fruit Trees; What to Choose
In Planting a Garden; Feeding Farm
Animals, including Poultry; Diseases
ot Cattlo and Poultry; injurious In
Recorded Jan. 3. 1906.
Henrietta Flshel by attys'and hsb
(C J) to West & Hawn Investment Co
Ltd, M; por lot 353 of Or 3213, cor
Lunalllo and Pllkol Sts, por lot 200,
or Or 3327 and por II P's 1933 and
49, Ap 2, Iierctanla St, pc land cor
Smith and I'aualil Sts, Honolulu, 6t
000. II 275, p 32fi, Dated Dec 29. 1905.
Henrietta Flshel to Charles J Flsh
el et al; PA; general powers. II 274,
p 420. Dated Apr 17. 1901.
Angus P McDonald by mtgeo to
William O Smith: Fore Affdt; lots C
and 7, blk 41, Knlmukt tract, Honolu
lu. II 275, p 331. Dated Dec 30. 1905.
Angus P McDonald by mtgeo to W
W Chamberlain tr; 1); lots ti anil 7,
I'ik 41, Knlmukt tract, Honolulu: $300.
D 277. p 311. Dated Dec 30, 1903.
W W Chanibcrluln tr to .Mary A
Smith; I); lots C and 7. blk 41, Kal-
inuki tract, Honolulu; 1U, 11 277, l
314. Dated Jan 2. l'JOfi,
William L Peterson by afft of mtgeo
to Trs of Est of W C Lunalllo; Fore
Affdt: lot 4 of 11 P 157. Kill SMI, Pa
lama, lot 7 of R P 115, Kill 1150, Kaliu
tract. lots 16, 10, 27, 2S and 30, blk 7,
lots zo nnd 21. blk s ami lot so, blk 3,
Kewalo tract, all In Honolulu. II 275,
u 335. Dated Dec 30. 1905,
William 1. Peterson by mtgee to W
W Chamberlain tr; I); lot 4 of R P 157,
Kill 8504. Palama. lot 7 of R P 115. Kill
1150, Kaliu tract, lots 15, 10, 27, 28 and
3C, blk 7, lots 20 and 21, blk 8 and lot
1 20, blk 3, Kewalo tract, Honolulu; if
.605. II 277, p 31C. Dated Dec 30, 1905.
W W Chamberlain to to Trs ot Est
of W C Lunalllo; I), lot 4 of,R P 157,
Kul 8501, Palamn, lot 7 of II P 115, Km
1150, Kaliu tract, lo's 15, 10, 27, 28, 30,
blk 7, lots 20 and 21. blk 8, and lot 20,
'bll; 3, Kewalo tract. Honolulu; $10, I)
. Dated Dec 30, ismm.
Kumuknhl (widow I lo .Mary i; l-'os-
burg: lie): ots a nun n oi ioi wu. ur
3S00 and hldgs, Kumnuntiun, llonnlu
Juvenile Delinquent Law
Reported On By
SHOWS RESULT OF NEW
STATISTICS FOR THE PAST YEAR
8HOW VERY LARQE PERCENT.
AOE OF CONVICTIONS
(From Wednesday's First Edition.)
Dlitrlct .Magistrate Whitney has sent
to tho Supreme Court spnctal reports
dealing with the operation on tho new
laws passed by tho 1905 legislature on
the subject ot Juvenile delinquents and
drunkenness. U also sends In a report
on the subject of fines and costs collect
ed and statistics regarding arrests and
In the special report on juvenile do
llnqucnts Whitney shows that In ar
cor-lanco with the law passed last cai
he has appointed the following nroba,
lion otllccrs: Father Stephen Allen
taster, P. W. Rider, E. II. Turner, Mm
James, Hon. Lylq A. Dlcltpy, Chas. It
Hemenwny, aJs. II. Boyd and J. A.
"Theso officers, serving without pa)
or remuneration of any sort, were to
report to the Judge or Magistrate ap
pointing them at such times ns direct
cd ond were to look after and kei
track of the Juveniles entrusted In their
care. I'pon the expiration of the time
of probation of such Juvenile, tho olfi
er in chargo was to report to tho
Judge and make such suggestions us
vcro by the officer deemed advisable as
to the further disposition of the case.
"Tho Magistrate having met nnd dis
cussed methods with his officers, certain
forms for the better handling of the
work were agreed on, and tho am
printed at tho expense ot the Magis
trate." The report shows the form ot the ro
ports made primarily for the uso ot
teachers, tho officers' bi-weekly reporti
on their charges and that giving in
formation to tho magistrate for further
disposition ot cases.
Tho following charges havo been
mado: Larceny 14, truancy 15, dll
obedlcnco 0. gambling C. ldlo and ills
soluto C, assault and battery 2, arson
1. and malicious Injury l; total t,l
By nationality the cases are divided
os follows: Hawaiian 18. English and
Amcriran 2, negro 3, Portuguese 2t
nnd Chlncso 4.
The following disposition was made
of tho cases: Appealed 2, discharged
3, left country 3, committed 10, admit
ted to probation 33.
"Of theso cases where tho offender
"-ns admitted to probation flvo have
been surrendered by officers nnd have
thereupon been committed to tho lti
formatory school. Tho balance of the
28 have passed their terms ot proba
tion and, on the recommendation ot tho
various officers, have been discharged."
The report ends with an account of
Hie cxpeneo ot tbo Boys' Industrial
School as being about $17,200 a year.
In the special report on drunken
ness Whitney dwells on the law passod
br the last Legislature requiring rn
ports of convictions of drunkenness tu
bfi filed with the Treasurer, giving ths
name, and .address ot the defendant
"This Court Immediately thereafter
commenced the systematic reporting
ot persons found guilty ot being found
drunk In a public placo from the vol
untary usn ot Intoxicating liquors. A
canl Index of Judgments was Installed "
From July 1, 1905, there have bicu
420 convictions reported to tho Trcas
urcr. Under tho act providing that
Ihoso found guilty twlco aro dccmM
hnbltunl drunkards, 3C havo bcn ro
Under the act providing that a habit
ual drunkard or minor, or any person
to whom It Is unlawful to sell llauor Is
convicted of drunkenness, shall bo de
tained ny tho Jiidgn and examined as
to who sold him tho liquor, tho per
tons havo been examined and full notes
sent to tho Treasurer. Tho Treasurer
has taken no action to cancel tho lic
ense of the sellers on grounds of breach
of tho conditions of their licenses.
A schedulo shows that Ones and costs
In criminal cases were Imposed and
balls forfeited from January 2, 190.".
to uctouer so, isos, in the sum of 132,
320. A statistical report shows that In the
year of 1905, 4101 arrests wero mado
from which 3856 convictions resulted
Ot the arrests 42C were made for as
sault and battery, 8G9 for drunkenness,
72 for liquor selling, 95 for malicious
Injury, 72 for nuisance, 101 for profan
ity, 211 for vagrancy and 2184 for
gambling, from which latter number
1690 convictions were obtained.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Olllco IT 8. Llght-Houso Inspector.
Twelfth District. San Francisco,
Cal., January 2. lPOfi.
BLUNTS RKKF L1QHT VESSI!!.. CAL
List of Lights and Fog-Signals, Pa-
tine const, Km I, pago 20, No, 58, and
List of Lights, Buoys and Daymarks,
Pacific Const, 1005, page 32.
Locatod.l's miles S. W. 8, from
Blunts Reef, off the scaconst ot Call
fornla, nnd -Hi miles V. S. W. south
crly. from Capo Mendocino Light
Notice Is hereby given that this ves
sel, which recently parted her moor
Ings and steamed Into the harbor, was
replaced on her station December 31.
By order of the Light-House Board.
H. T. MAYO,
Commander, IT. S, N.. Inspector, 12lh
All things comes to thoso who put up
tbo price at a department store.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steimers of this lino will arrlvo and leave this port u hccons
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO:
ALAMEDA JAN'. 19
SIERRA JAN. 31
ALAMEDA FBI! 9
SONOMA n:il. 21
In conner .ton with the sailing of the above steamers, th tcto U&
prepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, r ixj
railroad from San Francisco to all points In tho United Stale., in4. tft
New York by any steamship lino to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm G Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AQENT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Steamers ef the above companies will call at HowMu tost
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
f-OR JAPAN AND CHINA.
COPTIC JAN. 17
SIBERIA JAN. 30
AMERICA MARU FEB. C
MONOOLIA FEB. 13
CHINA FEB. 20
NIPPON MARU FEB. 27
UOHIC MAR. 6
'Call t Manila, ICOPTIO MAR.
for general tnfcrmatlsn apply to
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific ' Coast
Prom Now Yorlc to Honolulu
8.8."OREGONIAN" to sail JAN. 15
8.S. "AMERICAN" to sail FEB. IS
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Wtre-st, fcrfsT
From San Pranclsco To Honolulu Direct.
S.S."NEDRA3KAN" to sail JAN. IS
S.8."rfEVADAN" to sail FED. t
Frolght received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street.
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San Pranclsco.
8.3. "NEORA8KAN". . A to sail JAN.
8.S."NEVADAN" to sail FED. U
ProTi Suuttlu and Tucoma to Honolulu
. 8.8. 'TEXAN to sail (direct) JAN. 2S
S.S."NEDRA8KAN" ta sail (via San Francisco) FED. 23
For further Information tir M
C, P. MORSE. t-l. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agent
Canadian-Australian Royal Mali
Steamers of the abore line, ruanlng In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney. K. . v
and calling t Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Sura, FIJI, and Biisbaa. us
DUE AT HONOLULU on or About the dates below stated, tc:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.l
(For Brlsbano and Sydney) '
MIOWERA JAN. 13
MDAVA . 2W 10
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United BtsXss M
Europe. For Freight and Passar and all general Information applr ta
Tlieo. II. Davl i & Co., Ltd. General Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street; .
BRANCH HUSTACE PCCK CO., LTD.
Having baggage contracts with tbo following Stcnmshlp Co.'s Ltnei
Oceania Steamship Co. Pacific Mall Steimihls Co.
Occld' ital & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kalsha SteamSMp C.
Wo check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you tk trotUs)
and annoyanco of chocking on the wharf.
Incoming baggago checked on Bt earners of above compass aa4 Aeflf
ered with quickness and dispatch at your homes,
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice Preslosnt; J. L. fiTi I ssss.
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Hmsaasfc
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY ME1N, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN trj
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
AL8Q WHITE AND BLACK 8AND. TELEPHONE MAIN MC
pure distilled wate'
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous driven.
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