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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., THUIISDAY. MAIlCtt 8. 1908.
Lessens Your Personality
That It what III fitting, poorly made clothing does for the wearer. In
ereaied Prestige It th'e remit when you wear our clothing. Every article la
properly fitted before leaving the store. Why not get that klndt
THAT MOROCCO MELON.
Oceanic Steamship Company
AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Tho steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port as hers as less?
FROM SAN FRANCISCO: I Fort 8AN FRANCISCO!
Globe Clothing Co.
VENTURA MAR. 14
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
StKllllA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
SONOMA APR, 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
SIERRA itAU. II
ALAMEDA MAIL 28
ALAMEDA APR, lft
VENTURA APR. 2a
ALAMEDA MAY 9
C4 Hotel Street.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice la hereby glcn by the under
signed. Executor of the Last Will nnd
Testament of Mamie L. Burke, De
ceased, to the creditors of and atl per
sons having claims against the said de
coned to present the same with the
necessary vouchers (whether secured
by mortgage upon real estate or not),
within six months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said Ex
ecutor at his omce, In the chambers of
A S Humphrey, Attorney at Law, 3J
King street, Honolulu, the same bclni
the place for tho transaction of tlm
business of said estate, or such claims
will bo forccr barred
Dated at Honolulu this 1st day of
March. A D 1906
ROBERT EMMETT DL'IIKE,
Executor Ijist Will, etc, Mamie L
3320 Mch 1. S. IB. 22
SALE OF PORTION OF GOVERN.
MENT LOT, KNOWN AS OLD
SAILORS' HOME LOT, ON
BETHEL STREET, HONOLULU,
On Wednesday, April 11th. 190, at
12 o'clock noon at the front entrance
of the Capitol (Exccuthe Ilulldlng)
will bo sold at Public Auction, a por
tion of the old Sailors' Home lot, on
Ilcthcl Street, Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, containing an area of 2914 square
feet more or less.
Upset Price I11.C36 00.
Terms Cash; United States Col J
Expense of Patent Grant and Stamp
to be paid by purchaser.
Map and description of same can be
seen at the om.ee of the Superlntenden'
of Public Works.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, March 7, 190C. 3325-31
Notice Is hereby gUen that tho fol-
lowing have applied for Liquor II.
censes, nnd any protests against the
issuanco of theso licenses should bo
filed In this offlce by Monday, March
Bento do Abreu 5th class license at
Kaumoall, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Kanal Tsuneklchl Gth clans llccnso
at 15 1 2 miles cross road, Olaa, Puna,
Hondo To)oto 5th class license at
Pucopaku, Hllo, Hawaii.
Kugll 5th class llccnso at Holualoa.l
waona, N. Kona, Hawaii,
K. Shlbayama, 2nd class llccnso at
Holualoa. N. Kona, Hawaii
C. T. Oreen 5th class license at
Walbee, Walluku, Maul.
Pfluwela Club 5th class llccnso at
Pauvrela, Makuwao, Maul,
Allan M. Boyle 5th class llccnso at
Walnlha, Haualel, Kauai.
A J. CAMPBELL.
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Ofllco, Honolulu, March
C, 1906. 3324-3t
SPECIAL WARNING NOTICE.
FIRES TO.CLEAR LAND WAIALUA
Nutlco Is hereby gUen that In ac
cordance with Section 6 of Act 71 of
the Hesslon Laws of 1905, It Is forbid
den to start Arcs for the hurnlnc of
luupli, dry grass, otf., for a period of
six months (ii) from date, unless tho
vrlttcn permission of tho District
lire Warden has been first obtained,
nlthln that portion of the District of
Waiciua, Island of Oahu, lying within
the following boundaries.
On the South by the Walolua-Waln-nao
District line, on tho Southwest by
the Kaukonahua Stream; on tho West
by the Waialua Agricultural Com pan) '8
lieu ditch from the.Wahlawa dam and
an extension of the line of the same,
following approximately tho 700 foot
contour, to tho Wnlmca boundary; on
tbo Norh and East by tho Waialua-
Koolauloa District Line.
The law reads "such fires Bhall not
bo Marled during a heavy wind or
without sufficient help present to con
trol tho same, and the fire shall bu
watched by tho person setting tho
same, or by competent agents of his,
until put out." The District Flro War
den Is Mr. A M. Nowell of Waialua.
RALPH S. HOSMER,
Superintendent of Forestry and
Chief Flro Warden.
Honolulu, T. II., March 7, 1906.
Notice Is hereby given that Mr, Da
vld Kuplhl has been appointed Forest
Hanger, under the provisions of Chap
ter 28 of the Rovlsed Laws, for that
section of the District of Kona, Island
of Oahu, bounded on the East by Ma
noa Valley, on the North by the Ko
nahuunul Mountain Range, on the
We it by Pauoa Vallov and on the
South by the makal edge of tho Euca
lyptus forest, mo mokiki reservoir anti
tho loot of Round Top, as far as the
mauka boundary of the Judd land In
Manoa and Makikl.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary noard of Agriculture
Honolulu, T. H., March C, 1906.
Fin Job Printing at the Bui-
letln office, i
Notice of Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that the Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay the
whole of Its bonds Issued and dated
April 1, 1901, amounting to One Mil
lion Dollars ($1,000.000 00) upon the
1st day of April, 1900, and that said
bonds will be paid with Interest to
April 1, 190C, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at tbo offlco of the
Company, upon March 31, 190G (said
April 1, 1900 being Sunday); and no
tice Is further given that tho said Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will bo In no wlso chorgcablo with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
said first day or April, 1D06
W. A. UOWCN, Treasurer,
Waialua Agricultural Company, Lim
Honolulu, T II., 1'ebruary 24, 1906.
3316 to Mar 31
C. DREWER & COMPANY, LTD.
At the Annual 'Meeting of Share.
holders of C. BREWER & COM
PANY, LTD., held at the offlco of the
corporation on February 10, 1906, the
following officers wcro elected to
servo for tho ensuing year:
Charles M. Cooke President
Oeo. H. Robertson
....Vice President A Manager
E. F. Dlshop
Treasurer and Secretary
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
P. C. Jones )
Clarence H. Cooke, ..Directors
J. R. Qalt )
Honolulu, T. II., February 12, 1901.
E. F. BI8HOP,
3306 lm Secretary.
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at tho
annual stockholders' meeting of this
?,?"&; or th' Compan
numbered from 1 to 730 both Inclusive
to present tho samo for payment to
the Treasurer of the Company at his
lofllqa In tho Hackfeld Building, In
Honolulu, on tho 1st day of April, A. D
l906; and notice is also given that no
.further Interest will be paid on bonds
outstanding after said let day of April
1906, as Interest will ccaso on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 190J.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
OLAA SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of tho Olaa Sugar Company,
Limited, has been called by the Direct
ors for Monday, March 12, A. D 1906
and will bo bcld at the rooms of the
Chamber of Comnn'rce, Third Floor,
Stangcnwald Building In Honolulu, at
3 o'clock p. tn on that date
Tho stock transfer books will bo
closed from March 1st to tho 12th, botl
A. W. VAN VALKENIIURGf
Secretary Olaa Sugar Company,
Honolulu, March 1, 1906.
3320 Mar. 1. 2, 3. C, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10 12,
Henry E. Ulghton, attorney at law,
has removed his offlco to Kaahumanu
street, over Morgan's auction bouse,
Kara Kong Yeo has this day disposed
of his Interest in the firm of Yeo Lung
Tal Co to Ken Cbeong
, KAM KONO YEi:.
Dated Honolulu, Mar. 7, 1906.
Notice Is hereby given that U. Tuka
moto has tiled nn application for a 4th
class liquor license at South corner of
King and River streets, Honolulu. Oa
hu, and any protest against tho Issu
nnco of this license should bo filed In
this offlco by Friday, March 9th, 1900.
A. J. CAMPBF.LL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii,
Treasurer's Offlce, Honolulu, March
6, 1900. 3324 3t
18 MAKINQ A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
Weekly Bulletin $1 per yar,
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sMTH" I , Chle.qo Inl.r Octan.
RFAl ESTATE TRANSACTIONS .
Recorded Feb. 20, 190.
T G Kalama and wf by afft of mtgoo
to Andrew Dempster; Fore Affdt. lot
5 of uroto tract, Puunul, Honolulu. B
WB p 419. Dated Feb 12, 1900.
II X Kahalemina and wf to John K I
Aplo; D; Int In R l 2470, Kul MlSil
and C660 Nuuanu, Honolulu, $100
77, p 412. Dated Feb 16, 1906.
Achlona and wf to Harriet E W
tVlghl, D, 1 27-100 acres land, Nuu
mil Honolulu, S300. II 278, p 231.
Dated Feb 19, 1906.
Palolo Land & Imprvmt Co Ltd to
Ocoige Sanderson: D. lot 18. blk 107.
i'alolo valley. Honolulu; 1500. B 278,
t 232. Datfld Feb 15, 1906.
Mary A K Kolomoku to Bathshcba
ft Allen; D; Int In lot 293 of Kulaoka
bua Plains, Klnau St, Honolulu; 1800.
U 278, p 235 Dated Feb 16, 1906.
Est "l Bernlce P Bishop by trs to
John A Matthew man, D; por R P 7843,
Kul 1715, Kulculohiwal, N Kona, Ha
waii: S2G4. B 278, p 231 Dated Feb
Recorded Feb. 21, 1906.
Philip M Lansdalc tr to Honolulu
Investment Co Ltd; Rcl; lots 7 nnd 8,
W 7. '?!? 8 I"?1, b,,k ' l018 1. l,
?,.ln.i Hlk. 'J"'1 . .' 2', . .."'
37 Kn.'i1"'kl M?c,'Jlon.1.u.U,,i I2
000. B 2,6, p 423. Dated rcb 10,
n-l TflAMHiA In Cnnf! In Pr-AII Iwtrr F
. .7.' A ...,. .,. h.
Malting Co; CM. leaseho d, bldg, fur-
nlturc, liquor, etc. Pnnchbowl St. Ho-
5. ,,1.U.' H?5, B 27v p m- Datci1
.7 ?.' l?.,l, . . . . . .
', V,", ,.' u y r. V. ,,,,' Bcnator and mombcr of tho Yalo cor
''.""''""'""""'"'"'iporatlon He came down nnd dls
., , ,. ...... .
Mcliolas Pctorson nnd wf to Albert
A -lAftitfi M 1rt IT nf n. tftnR 11,....
fAwtiJo. M. lot II of Or 3605. iu-io-
la St. Honolulu; 500. D 270, p 428.
fd 1 CU 21 1906.
I ,-.,.n.i i ... . ir ir
jiiu .Miuiuwu uiui m iu .ij ,v rv iu-
lomoku 1) por R P 3579, Kills 5240
., r.tti t-nmitiiil tin...l..i.. torn
and 6364. Knmoltllll, Honolulu, 250
' Kahu'laeTarby-mtgeVIo m
iron works Co. D, lot 2, Ap I of It v
2101, Kul 794. Kauluwola, Honolulu,
300 II 278, p 237. Dated Feb
Ruse Cummlngs to Ga Chung, L,
hit In R P 6069. Kul 11171. Paukukalo
Walluku Maul. 5 rs at $75 per yr B
1S.1, p 5 Dated Jan 2.', 190G
Kokulolono (w) ct nl'by afft of mlBol,,l1ul,,,rlu lii'Hevc llio) have made a
In Klnnhiiln Rnrni- r.n- Vnrn Alfill . II
P 3597. Or 1528 nnd Kul 9G7. Mnullll
etc. Klpahulu. Ors 235G and 1C37 nnd
por Gr 192B, Papaauhau. etc. Kaupo.
both Maul, II 270, p 1 Dnted Feb
W A Klnnoy to Keoun; Rel. l
whnre In hul land, Wnlnlha. Halolea.
Kauai; 155. II 27C. p 123. Dated loll
F M Swanzy et al trs to Mcllodo
Sugar Co Ltd; Rel; lands, leaseholds,
etc, Kauai, $1, etc. II 276, p 4.'C. Dal.
i-d Feb 13, 1900.
Recorded Feb. 23, 1900.
niH.M in, I f. r ,. 4 bum .f trn.. nil
to Helen I o ltl lot l" b k 1 Lllllm
51. ,;".''' S 'n ', .,J n ."l
.i'lm. iSmi! " ' '
Pioneer 'llldc't Loan Assn of Ha- t'"01,c,P "f """ acctleno light at
wall to Helen lino, Rtl, lot 12. blk i,n slit and narcissus plans havo J'
Lllllm St Honolulu, 1150. II 1GG, p
234 Ddtcd Feb 14 1900.
Wm R Cnstlo tr to Manuel Cabral;
D; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 nnd 19, blk 19. Kal
ulan tract Honolulu. 11000 I) 278, p
239 Dated Dec 29. 1905.
Hank of Hnwall Ltd to W C Achl,
Par Rel, lots 1. 2, 3, 4 5 and 19. bile
1!) Kalulanl tract Honolulu HW. H
270, p 435 Dated Feb 21, 1900.
I.nlka Kelliwalwalolo (widow) tn
William Henry; M. lot S7 of R P 5715,
hltlgs, ete, King St tract Honolulu;
() II 276, p 435, Dated Feb 23,
A Lewis Jr by attj to Antono 011
nra. D. Int In lot 5 blk 0. Kaplolanl
tract Honolulu, )250. II 278, p 210.
Dated Dec 13, 19(15.
A Lewis Jr by att) to Maria G Mo
delros. D; Int In lot 7. blk 0. Kuplo
lanl tract. Honolulu. 1250 11 278, p
241 Dated Dec 13, 1305.
Geo F McLeod by High Stiff to F K
Thompson tr; D, Int In pcb land Wal.
ktkl, Honolulu; (100. II 27S, p 242.
Dnted Feb 23, 1900
Ust of James Campbell by trs to Eliz
abeth K nooth; Par Rel; pes Innd, Ka
pal.ca. Koolauloa. Oahu; (500. II 270.
p 439. Dated Feb 21, 1900.
Elizabeth K nooth and hsb (C W)
to James II Castle; D; R P 1439, Kul
A59J, Aps 1 and 2, Knpaka, Koolauloa,
Oahu, C0O. R 278, p 214. Dated Feb,
Charles F Hart to Honokaa Sug Co,
L; Kul 7832, Namoku, Hamakua, Ha-
wall, 15 yrs at $6 per aero per yr.
281 p 7 Dtaed Feb 23, 1906.
J Kaapana (k) by ant; Afldt; In re
ownership of pc land, KahanntuH, Kaa
napeli, Maul. B 284, p 6, Dated Feb
Kula Plantn Co Ltd by regr, No
tier, of decree of title In Land Reg
iCoutt Case No. 3.' 11 281. p
Feb 23, 1906.
Kallua Plantn Co Ltd by regr; No-
tlcc; of decrco of title In Land Reg
Court CaBO No. C. B 284, p 7. Dated
Feb S3, 1900.
Makawao Plantn Co Ltd by regr.
Notice, of decreo of title In Land Reg
Court Case No. 6. B 281, p 7. Dated
Feb 23, 1906.
Pulehu Plantn Co Ltd by regr; No
tice of decrco of tltlo In I.nnd Reg
Court CaBO No. 25. R 284. p 8. Dated
Feb 23, 1906.
Yale Would Ride
Depew On a Rail
Chicago, Feb. 21. Senator Depew
was scored severely by Robert R Mc
Cormlck, who spoke at the Washing-
ton's birthday celebration of tho Unl
lty of Chicago, In Mandel Hall to
''ay- McCormlck reviewed tho corrup
Hon In politics brought to light recent
,y and pnld ,,, rMpccll, ,0 Dc,,cw ln
ihn fnllrmlmr weirds'!
.. " .
t "Whllo I was In Yale, undergrade
tC4 wl,nc(, t0 carll BOnlclllnK about
,)ractlcal potcg, B0 we cast about for
wn" "no to enlighten us and secured
Chauncey M. Depew, United Btalcs
co"rcd mo8t eloquently. Wo cheored
' Mil", inn nuu imu u dtiriuKO im urats-
,, h',m n.. . ,.. ,, , ,r
,0 rcturn ,0 VaIo toda ' lh ,,,
,. hm mm , calnu , Lt
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n -.. ... v- , . .. .....
"" '"" "" " " ""
oniv nnionir 111
'""'y w" " ra 1 ,
n. V hiuiiii
own kind In the Sen
graduates of Yalo who aro In
politics nn- working to cruse tho stlg
bjr D "Pn "r n,nm
In closing tho speaker said the bur
lien of saving the nation rested upon
too educated man,
DRUQ THE FLOWERS.
Ithacn, N Y Feb 20 Cornell hor
lllKCOUTy WllCll Will revolutionize UK
present methods of raisins plants and
l U'RPtnules. A series of successful vx
' pc-rlmentH In the past few days show
,"mt " nl egetnblcs can bo
drtiRKCd Into elstinte. Thoy aro put
Into airtight dens lllltd with ether for3 ,irmt 5 BU),)Cr c 'k,ud. hnllr 7 3g
i twenty-lour or thlrt)-slx hours, until (l)8
."'" M ' i'itiih uii-u im "i
.,.. .i . i- i .
iuuiib mui imy nmu.MT iu uuuui uuv
half tho time It takes to doolop nat
"im , . . ... ,i ,
Lilies, for Instnnce, will bloom nt
least ten days sooner under this treat-
ment than when thoy develop natural-
a wl" nUo nznlcns n'"1 rhododendrons
F.nster lilies In twcntj.four hours
, ... u) .uc mu.i.o.j ..h....d ... luiL.ii,,,
lbno put forth magnificent blooms with
lilt.l tho slzo of tlirlr flowers nfler
spending a day and a half In tho din
FORFEIT THE FRANCHISE.
Chicago, Feb 17 Assistant Cor
poratlon Couiii.pI Mncliln I Io tie to
day submitted n report to Mayor Duniio
upon the litigation now In progress be
tween the city of Chlrngo and the Chl -
tago Telephone Company. In wlitt'.i uc
urged that the franchise of the com
iun bo forfeited to tho city
The undersigned, as administrator
with tho Will annexed, of the Estate
of M. M K3TE12. deceased, offers for
sale the private Library of the de
ceased, comprising a valuable collec
tion of ljw Books und miscellaneous
literature. No bid will be accepted for
the same, or any part t,hercqf, which
shall be less than the appraised value
as per appraisement now on file In tho
Clerk s Omce of tho Circuit Court for
this Circuit. Ihe undersigned reserves
the right to reject any and all bids,
whether tho samo exceed said appraise
ment or not. For further particulars
apply to the undersigned at bis office In
the Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
8321-101 J. J. DUNNK.
TALK TO THE BOYS FIRE DRILL
EXHIBITION WHAT THE
BOYS DO AND WHAT
Probationary officers who made th
trip down tho road to the Industrial
School at Walalco Monday are ery
cnthuslvstlc over the good appearance
of the institution nnd the work done
The parly was made up of Senator
C H Dickey, the father of the Jmcnllc
Couil law, L A Dickey, Rev A, B
Turner, P. L. Home, P. W Rjder, J
A Rath nnd Father Stephen They ar
rived by the 9:15 train from town nnd
were most cordially greeted bj Mr and
Mrs Gibson who had prepared a sump
tuous lunch, largely mado up of fruits
and products grown by tho boys of
tho school. After being shown through
all the buildings not excluding the pig
sty, which wns perfect ln Its appoint
ments, tho party prepared to wltniss
tho flrn drill.
At the sound of the bugle alarm the
boyg who were working at their sev
eral tasks about the ground, respond
ed with the promptness of the best fire
company There are two companies,
A nnd 1) In this contest Co A won
In loss than two minutes from the first
alarm blast Co. A bad Its ladder up!
uh uio inu siur uuriuiiury, uie uujn
were on the roof and the water flowing
After this exhibition the bojs were
lined up and rhotographed b J A
Rath, Then tho visitors were called
upon fur a few remarks Fr. Stephen
being the first, said that the probu
tlonary officers hnd been agreeably
surprised with the excellent condition
of tho school. Under the new law de
linquents were placed under probation
for a time, nnd no doubt had somo of
thoso now ln the school this oppor
tunity they might bate straightened
out without going to the school. They
should nut regret the time spent In the
school however, for the opportunities
some had there were better than they
could obtain amid their old surround
ings. If they would avail thcmsclvci
of these opportunities the) should tako
a prominent plnco In society.
Rev. A. B. Turner told tho bos thai
tho visitors came not as enemies but
us friends ready to do an) thing for
their welfare You aro all future cit
izens of tho Territory and when ou
coma to voto ou cannot do better
than vote for Senator Dickey, the fath
er ot the Juvenile Court law Mr
Turner said that next June tbo Bo)s'
Club would camp near Walale when
they would play a match gamo of lull
Senator Dickey told tho boys that he
worked very hard to get tbo Juvenile
Couit bill through the Legislature, lis
object being to keep the bovs from go
Ing astray Thoso who were willing
to reform had u chance to do so,
As Senator Dickey wns closing his
remarks tho members of tbo part) be
gan looking at their watchcH and It
wns n race to tho train. As tho guests
left, the boys gave them tho Industrial
School yell: "Walale, Walale, Wo do
our work nnd enjoy our play. Whoop!
Whoop!! Hooray! Hooray!!"
Mr. R)dcr hnd the largest number
Pt acquaintances among the boys, ten
hiving been rent from his section
Senator Dickey had ono and Judge
Dlck,ey one Father Stephen ncted as
press agent nnd did tho task woll
Following Is the program of tho
Tlmo Table 5 45 a m. reveille.
0 to 7, work 7 to 7 30, breakfast, 7 40
til 9,30, D and E classes, school room.
9 30 to 11 C ilass. school room, 11 to
12, A and II classes, school room
P. M 12 to 12 30. dinner, 12 30 to
1, jilay. 1 to l. work, 4 to 5, bathe and
play; 5 to 6 30. supper, 6 to 7 30,
ttudy hour, 7 10 taps
Sundi) t., rovillle, 7 30. breakfast
R 43. diess. 9. morning service, 12,
dinner, 1 45, dress: 2. Suudnv school
Uuglo Calls I 45. rcellle. 6
rnll r. J t-niflltl.
--...- ....... . Iu, ,,.,.,C(
senility. 7, miss; 7 10. school; 9 30.
Uchool. 10 35, school, 12 00. misB; l!
nunbly. I, recall, 6, mess, 6, school,
Bum!uy-G. reilllo; 7-30. mess
jB 45 urcSb I2 mcM. ,5 ,, n
mess, u, scnnoi; 7;3U, tnps
UILL OF FAHi:. IIOVS' TAIH.i:.
Sunday Ilreakfasf Medium Ilroad.
iv... miiw Purr,...
Dinner- Stew, Vcg
ictal)c9i Sncct potatoes, Bread ' Sup
per: Rice, Sugar. Milk, Ilannnns.
Moiitlny RrcaUast Ilrrad. Tea. Su
gar. Milk Dinner Ileof, Deans, Bread
Supper like. Sugar, Milk, Bananas,
Tuesday Breakfast. Pol, Salmon
Dinner- Roast Beef, Vegetables, Sweet
Potatoes, Ilieod. Supper Rite. Sugar
Wedntsdnj Breakfast. Pol. Salmon
Dinner Stow, Vegetables. 8wcct Po-
Ilread, Supper. Rlee, Sugar,
j Thursday Breakfast Pol, Salmon
Dinner Roast Beef, Vegetables, Sweet
'Potatoes, Bread, Supper Bread, tea,
Friday Breakfast i Pol. Salmon
Dinner Stew, Vegetables, Sweet Pota
toes, Bread Supper Rico, Sugar Milk.
Ra.urda) Breakfast Pol, Salmon.
Dinner Roast Beef, Vegetables, 8weet
Potatoes, 111 end, Supper Rico, Sugar.
WM. fi. IRWIfU CO. LTD.
Agents for th
loyal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eng
Mllaic AKuranes Co, of London
Scottish Union National Ins. Co.
Fh Association of Philadelphia.
Alllanc Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhelnia of Magdeaurg Oeneral Inf
In connerUon with the sailing of the above steamers, tha ageaU
orepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by
railroad from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, ant I
new xorx ny any steamsnip line to an European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
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OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., QENERAL AGENTS.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and ToyoKisen Kaisha
Steamers of tha above companies will call at Honolulu an
leave this port on or about the dales below mentlonedS
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
HONOKONQ MARU . ,
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for general Information apply to
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Prom INtsw Yorlc to Honolulu
8.8. "MASSACHUSETTS' to sail MAR. 10
8.8. "CALIFORNIAN" to aall APRIL 9
Freight received at atl times at tho Company's Wharf, 41st BtrMt, BoW
From San Prnnclnco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8.-NEDRA8KAN" to sail MAR. 1
8.8."NEVADAN" to aall MAR. 22
Freight received at Company's Wharf. Oreonwich 8treL
and each month thereafter. .
Prom Honolulu to San Prnncliico.
8.8. "NEDRA8KAN" to sail MARCH 11
8.8. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
ProTi Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.8. "NEVADAN" via San Francisco, to sail MAR. 16
8.8. "NEDRASKAN" to sail APRIL
For further Information apily fl
C, P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agent. AQENT8, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers ot the above line, running In connection with tke CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouvor, 11. C, and Sydney, N. at .,
and calling -t Victoria, B. C. Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Drlsbana, a
DUE AT HONOLULU oa or about the dates below stated, vis.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, D. C.i From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney) ' (For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.J
AORANOI MAR. IoImIOWCRA MAIL 7
MIOWKRA APRIL ilMOANA APRIL
MOANA MAY 8'MAHF.NO ... . MAY 1.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United ItttM aaii
Europe, For Freight and Paasar and all general Information apply U
Tbco. H. Davl i & Co., Ltd. General ktetf..
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HUSTACE PCCK CO, LTD.
Having baggage contneta with the following Steamship Co.'s Lines:.
Oeeanlo Siramshlp Co.
Ocrld' tul &. Oriental Steamship
Wilder 8. 8. Co.
We check your outgoing baggage,
and annoyance of checking on the
Incoming baggage checked on at
ered with quickness and dispatch at
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Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
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Firewood, Stove and
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Our $65 White I
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our specialty. Wheels Rent
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FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
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