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nvnMNo nui.LETis. Honolulu, t. h wkdnrsday, .tan. tc. toot.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Th stumers of this lint will trrlve and leave this port at hereunder!
FROM SAN FRANCESCO: FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
HinilUA . . .
AI.AMKDA . .
MA It. 15
In connection with the tailing of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue to Intending pateengers, coupon through tickets, by any rail
mail from San Francisco to alt points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHCR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wni. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd
OCEANIC 3. 3. CO.. OF.NCRAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamshh
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
I'.ll nt MhiiiIii.
AMKIIIt'A "MAIttl . .
MONGOLIA . ..
. . i . M 1
FOR QCNERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO '
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., ap
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York mi Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom New Yorlc to Hnnolulu
SG. "HAWAIIAN," via Tehuantepec to sail JAN. 15
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, -Mil
Street, 8outh Brooklyn.
Prom Honolulu to San Prunclaico
0.0."NCVADAN" to oalT"bEC. 30
Prom San Pronclsco To Honolulu
b.S,'. "NEVADAN" to sail JAN. 24
F.'elgnt received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich St
and each month thereafter.
Prom iSunttlo and Tncomn to Honolulu
S.3."CALIFORNIAN" , to "sail JAN. B
""" FOP. FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE, M. t-Tttckfeld Sr Co., Lt
OENERAL FREIGHT AOCNT. AGSNTS. HONOLULU.
C&nadsatf-AustraHan Royal Mai!
fiteamers of the above lino, running In connection w'lth the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. 8. W,
an,' calling at Victoria, 0. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Bilsbane, art
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about tne dates brio stated, viz.:
From Vancouver end Victoria, B C. j From Sydney and Brisbane.
(Kor Hrlbauc and Sydney) (For Victoria Had Vancouver, B.C.)
MOANA KKH. UMIOWF.HA KKH.
MIUWKUA MAIL UJAOItANOl MAIL
, MOANA APIt. 3
Through Ticket Issued from Honolulu to Canada, Unlter! States i.nd Eu
rope. For Fe'lght and Passage and all general Infoimallrn, apply to
Theo. U. Davies & Co., Ltd. General Agents.
" ",' umTmm m ' " " '" I J Mil WMWM
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Secretary; A. K. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Ctdge, Auditor; Frank HueUce,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MIEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coiai.
AL30 WHITE AND BLACK BAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
Kor AVnlanac. Walalua, Kahulci and 1
Wuy litntlonh 9:lStt. in.. 3 SO p. in.!
Kor J'eail City, Uwa Mill and Wuyl
Stations f7:30 a. tu 9:1R a. ra.,1
iiiw a. m.. -.:ju p. in., -jisii p. in.,
E:15 p. 111.. 19:30 u. m tlliUO p. in
Kor Wabluwa J:15 a iu. uud 0:15
ArrlvH Hnnoliilti from Knliuku, Wal
nln.i ami Walai.ae S;JU u. ni., &:31
Arrive In Honolulu from F.wa Mill
and IVurt City t7:4C a. in, 8:30 u.
in., iu:38 a. in, IMO p, m, 4:31 p.
111., S:J1 p. iu, 7:30 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu frm: Watilawa
8:30 a. m. and C:31 p m
t Ex. Bnnday.
J Sunday Ouly.
The Hnlclwa Limited, 11 two hour
train (only llnU-cliss tickets licnored),
leaves II0110I11I11 every Sunday at 8: 22
a. m,j retiirn'ng. drrlvs la llonoiiilii
ut 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only
at Vearl City and 'Wnlawio.
O. P. DKNISON, F O. SMITH,
Supt. O P. T. A
Fine Job f'rlmVna at Urn Bulletin.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
:H!AMI-:itl(!A MAII U.
""'MOXdOI.IA . . ..
2S, NIPPON MAIIU .
...mail ,r)OHIC MAU.
HONOIPU, KAILUA am
T"'rom Sorenson's Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agt
Teiepnone wain aB. Maunakea at.. tH
low King. P. O, Box 820.
Headquarters for Automobiles with s ,
Splendidly Equipped Fireproof ,,
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, LM
M PH.Ilns & Cn
IU. ri.UUp tX U.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbert
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN BTI
r.QTAnL'inuro in iaca.
Bishop & Co.
Commercidl and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
I The LondonJoint Stock Hank,
! Correspondents foi the
American lixpress Company
and Tlios. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
land Savings Banh Deposits.
Wm. Q. Irwin,
Claus Spreekels & Co.
I HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
Sap. Francleco Agents Tho No
I ada National llunl; of San Francisco
I Draw Exchange un the Nevada Na
I tiounl Hank uf Man Krunclsco.
London Thu Union ut London and
1 Smith's Haul;, Ltd.
New York Ataerlcnn Exclanie Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Pari Credit I.yunaala.
1 Hongkong and Yokohama Honf
i kong-Shanghal Hanking Corporation.
' New Zealand and Australia Dank
I of Now Zealand and Bank of Austra
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
UrltlMi North America.
. Deposits received. Loani made on
' approved scrurlty. Commercial uud
i rravelers Credits lulled, lllllt of Hx
chnngn bought and Fold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
AND TRUST CO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... t200.000.0u
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner FTt and King Sta.
8AVINGS DEP08IT6 received and
interest allowed for yearly deposit a
tho rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum
Rules and regulations furnUbed up
j on application.
The YokofiamaSpecia Bank, lm.
Vapltal Subscribed Yen 21,000,000
7apltnl Paid Up Yen 2l.u00.000
rtcserved Fund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung.
Union. Hani; Kail. Cltcfno. Dalny,
i Uombny, Hongkong, Honolulu. Kobe,
l.eovanir. London. Lyons. Mukden,
Nagasaki, Ncwchwang, Now York,
Peking, San FranclBco, Shanghai, Tl
entslii. Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection IJIIIfl of Exchango, Issues
' Drafts nnd Letters of Credit and trans.
acta a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.Ncw York Underwriters' Agency.
I CAN 8ELL
'YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSL
I NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
'kinds sold quickly for cash In all
1 parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY.
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money,
DAVID P. TAFF,
I THE LAND MAN.
I 41S Kansaa Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
1 5 Building lota In Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magntfl
I cent v'ew.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone 'Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FO.RT 8T.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU 8TOCK AND
William T; Paty.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEH
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1E01.
Resilience 'Phons Blue 2331.
Alexander & Baldwin I
. . COOKE Manaftr ,
t. P. Baldwin President
1. . Cattl Vie President .
rV. M. Alexander... Oteond Vic Pre. I
L. T.'Peek ThllH Viet. Pre.
). Waterhoute Tnaturtr
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director I
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial Sugar C
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kaliuku Flantatlnn Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Hslcakala Ranch Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
om!iilssi.i Merchants -::
The Ewa Plantation do.
The Walalua. Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumpt.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford,
Th Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Wn. , liwfo & C., Lm
WM. G. IRWIN.. .President and Mgr.
JNO. O. 8PRECKELS..1st Vice Prei
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Prea.
H I. WHITNEY Treasurer
niCHARD IVEH3 Secretary
W. F. WILSON Audltoi
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco.
Western 8ugsr Retiring Co, 8an Fran
Qalawin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Sewall Universal Milt Co. (Manufao
turers of National Ccne-Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific. Oil Transportation Co., Snn
C. Brevyer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Havalian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Or mea 8ugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepcekeo P.ugf.r Co., The Planters
Lin's of 8an Francisco Paikets, Chas.
Brewer Co.'s line of Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Coeke, President; Georgt
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and 8ec
reiary; F. W. MaeMrlane. Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait
General Arjent for Hawaii:
Atlas Aasuranee Company of London
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
tth FLOOR, 8TANGENWALO BLDG.
WM. fi. I1WWS CO., LTD
aoents Fon turn
Royal Insurance Cc, of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
Scottish Union & National Int. Co. of
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance, Corporation, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeburg General Insur
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcriptlon made to order. Boiler work
end RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
xeeuted at shortest notice.
P. H. Burnett.
Mtorney-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loins, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
choree: Office Main 310: Res.Wli.1341.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Cstate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office: Mclntyre Bldq., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O. BOX 2M. PHOrJf- MAIN 141
838 FORT 8T.
G I Moos
a n ('!. n p.m. n is
i l i ' i u i i 6 40 w Shi
, 50 10 10 11 u
C 4 I 40 U'
6 40 S 41 t
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6 40 ) 4 10 It
C 40 i i)t "
C 40 5 41
I tu J 4J 10 56 If j6
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C JJ I tl 7 JO I 44
II a 111.
T II 1.4. V ej f o 44
I I I I
1 1 I 1 to It ,0 I
Klrst quarter uf tho moon nil. 20th
Times of the tide ore taken from
thu United States Coast and Ueodella
Hawaiian btnndard tlmo is 10 hours
30 minutes slower tban Oreenwlcti
time, being that of the meridian of 1S7
degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle
blow nt 1:30 p. ni- which is tbo same
ns (IrrenwIcU, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local tlmo lor the
KKiliUKKuKX it . A 51 K W K.
U WATER FRONT NOTES "
K.llihteen million feet of lumber has
been brought Into this port fioni the
north durliiB thu last tS hours. Tho
Inlsk north wind Hint has prevailed
ilurliiK the lust few days lina sent the
windjammer scudding south nnd they
iniiilu port In n bunch today. Lumber
of nil deuci hit Ions dotted thu waters of
the liny tills nfternouii. The licet Is the
hiiKcst Hint has made jiort during onu
day In many yearn. Chief WlinlTiiEcr
1I...I..I l...( I.n lilltl Hr.lL'lltl.lI
tvt nil nuinu lllll. III ....J ,' . ...-.
berths for nil thu esseK S. K. Kx-
ttmiiicr, jail. 4,
.. 1. .
Liimlicr freight between Oregon and
Washington ports ami San Francisco
nnd other points along thu California
const have Jumped fiom $7.50 to J)S.M
nnd $9 u thousand feet nnd the result
lh tho hioUeriuTosa thu border llnil It
iiruntulile to eiigUKO foreign craft nnd
kliln lumber fiom Urltlsli Columbia
mills and pay the duty of 12 per thou
Blind. Foreign bottoms are wllllug to
lurry lumber from mills In this Pro
lnce to Sail Kranelsco for JJ per thou-
mud, so that even adding, tho duty the
lumber can bo laid down In San Kran-
c!kcii for $3 less Hum that shipped from
the Ameilcan wits.
This, It Is hcllcUHl. will thiow nil
enormous amount of business to thu
Drlllsh Columbia mills and also Induce
11 big licet of foielgu craft to engage In
thu trade of hauling lumber 011 the
. .. i
Tho Holt liner Antllochus, Captain
Kcny, fiom Liverpool, with general
largo aiihcil last evening from Vic
toria and bci thed at Kvaus, Coleman
l& nvims' wharf wheio she will ills-
charge alKiiit 1,700 tons of general
rielght biouijht fruin the Old Country.
1 While here tho stcaiushlp will load 11
hhlpmcut of canned salmon for Llvei-
I This Is the II rat visit of the Anttlo-
elms to this Coast. To those who had
I i.ot seen the sister ships Ilellerophon
I und Tenter the steamer wns'soliicwhut
I of a novelty, htr tall blue funnel, rls
line appaiciitly from tho deck, ami thu
I absence of masts removing her from
1 thu category of ordinary ships. I.Ike
the live other steamers built to her
I model the Antllochus Is first anil fore
most u cargo Isiat. Shu Is not hamp-
, eied with unnecessary fittings uud, ox
' tept for thu jiugoda-llku chnrt-house
and brldge-decK forward, a low "house'
unldshlps and the poop her deck Is
comparatively cleai. Two derrick
1 posts forward, starhourd uud port, sup
port three derilcks und u similar ur-
inngemcnt Is followed aft. Tlieie aiu
1 two winches to" each derrick, making
eight w Inches fore and aft, and nhilil
Chips, theio me still nioic. Half a hull
j dred entlln(ciJ, with blue lined hoods,
Hue up Iu mushroom profusion fiom
thu decks, mid everything in thu gen
,ernl iippearnnco of the big vessel Is
typical of the enormous Jleet or "blue
tunnelled boats," which carry tho Al
tred Holt uud China Mutual Couipaii)'
1 ling all over the southern seas. Tin
,iiuiui'iiuh is rcgiHiercu u,rji tuns, ami
uer gioss lonuugu is v,uiu.
11 n 11 it k 11 ji. if h j!, n, M. 0 it X it!
t PASSENGERS if
n Booked ,
X A II It if il X V. JT W S it 3d A it Ii 1
Per S. S. Korea, for San Francisco,
Kin. IS. Chas. I.iidwlgscn Miss I..
I). Heiutt, II. P. Duttoii uud wire, Mrs.
L. P. Kliamiii, Mis. S. F. McLeod. J. I'.
Macaiilay, wire and child, Mis. C, W.
Maufnrlaue. Mrs. V. P. Uoyd and child,
F. K. L. Smith, C. S. Hemphill, F. A.
OIIj, Sinclair Robinson, Mis W. Welch
er. C. Du llol, S. Uvy, Dr. and Mrs. W.
11, llilukerholl, Miss S. Tracy. L. A.
Wills, J. I), Kuty, C. A. Ilhiton and
wire, i:. 8. Illgdoii and wife, David An
del son and wife, U H, Uurluw and
wife, Unsold CiiMJe. O. U. Tiniili.iKen,
Mrs. W. T. HnwIliiK, Ueo. Andrews, 11
L. Dltiidintn nnd wife. Mrs. J. II. Wnllt
llmtoti, C. F'. demons, Miss A. tie
I'ArtlBiie. Miss M. Tl. Martin. Mrs. L.
tl. Kellogg, Miss Hulh Kolloftg, Y. It.
Wnllmnn nnd wife, Y. It. Holme mill
nlfc, Mrs. Hnync nhd son, P. Mnhniic,
S. Il.iMosea, Mrs. I C. Field, S. 11.
Dnntmr, J. H. Mitchell nml wife. Mr.,
and Mrs. 11 K. awnti, Mrs. .Mariner,
P. C. Phillips, (I. II. Johnson. J..T. Me
Cnintun, V. M. Lewis. Miss II A. Mil-
ler.'Mr. Knnegan, wife nnd ilauglitrr,
11 )t H
l V M X
if M M X )( X 1( W )
M hXX iiVXKHifVVu
S. Alameda, for Sail Krali
11. m. Miss A. Cmzlei, T.
Hun, Miss .1. liniiseii, 0. IC. Hurt, K. J.
Ileeney, A. Moore, Mrs. A. Munrc ami
child, Wm. Mutch, Mrs. A. L. Smith,
I-'ntlicr Stnrk, Mis Teddy, A. M. Wnl
lon. Kale Welsh and Infant, Father
Wymati, Fred Harrison.
Per Htmr. V. O. Hull, Jun. 15, for
Knnnl imitp. C. Hay, .Miss M. Kim,
Miss O. A. Lency, T. O Davis, A. I).
Hills, Dr. A. J. Derby.
Per Htmr. Iwalanl, Jan, 15, for Molo
l.al and Mntil ports. J. C. Davis, A. J.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Jan. 15, for Knnnl
polls. Dr (leorge II, lliiddjv
HAVE WAR RECORD
In an Interview this morning at the
Japanese Consulate, one of tiie secre
taries ild that the Japanese' squadron
under Hear Admiral Tomlnka will
leach here 011 thu 2ml day of February
The crullers nru Mntsu-shlma, lUukil
slilnia nml Hnshldiite. They arc nil
sister ships and have received repairs
necessary for their tojagc.
Thu flagship of tho squadron Is Mat
siishlmn nnd Is being awaited by the
Japanese- wltTi a great deal of expecta
tion. When thu China-Japan wni
Lroku out, Admiral Ito, who was In
supieiiii) command of thu Japanese
fleet, selected the Mntsiishlma as his
flagship, ami she jilajeil 1111 active part
in the wnr. Sho wns lven an enthus
iastic reception by llio ieople when
idle steamed to her home country after
the war, and Is still considered a first
Llnss vessel for fighting piirioses. Tin.
two sister ships were also tnken out to
fight the Chinese Iu that war, and the
utile ers were highly complimented by
the Emperor nt thu end of tho struggle.
In thul war they were clasrcd us battle
ships, but ever since the Navy Depart
ment, In view of the present strength
of the navy, has classed them ns cruis
ers. Ofllclnlly tho representative of
the .Inpatieso government is not nlilu
to suy what the nature of the reception
to the naval hemes will ho nt their
(oiintrj men's hnudt: here.
"Howeter, while here, wo will tiy tci
make the best of It," said thu Seti-O'
It will cost Captain I lay ward of the
steamer Ventura $510 or he must apol
ogize for sending a letter to thu Secie
tnry of the Tieasury which was deemed
Impertinent. About six months ugo
Collector Stratton had an Investiga
tion made iu nil tho passenger-carrying
Hteameis euteilng and leaving this
port, mid found that nearly all of them
were violating the passenger uct In re
tfaiil to the drrangcnients In thu steer
age. Collector Stratton Imposed fines on
nil the companies, but rei unintended
Hint the lines hu remitted us the law
hud not been enforced for over twenty
years. All of thu parties asked for iu
mission of the fines, tho samu being
grunted by the Secretary of tho Tieim
ury, except Iu the case of Huyward.
Iu his letter I lay ward wrote that he
considered thu charges so absurd ithut
ho did not feel Inclined to discuss them
Hu thought tho uct Ion of Collector
Stratum more zealous thiiii Just.
Collector Stratton has been uotllled
In enforco the law unless Huywnrd
nslvs fur the remission of the fine In a
niDio respectful inuniier. 3. F. Kxuiii
liter, January 1.
FREIQHT FROM COAST
Two Ameilcuii-Hnwaliaii steamers
uru ready to make the trip from the
Const In thu near future and will bring
down lurgo iiuuutlllcs or freight for
tin' loiul mniket. Tho L'tiUfiiriilun,
will be the first to leave, riiniliis from
I ho Sound and will piobably tail un Krl
I'.ny, Jiiiiuary IS. Shu should leach this
city mi or al.oiit January 28.
The Nuvn'dau will leuve San Fran
cisco for Honolulu illicit cm January
30 and should bilng a big cargo of mer
chandise. Her sister ship, the Nebias
ami, Is now In Knhiiliil loading sugar
nml cm Fildny should sail for Salluu
Cruz with a cargo of GCOO tons.
Tho BU8INE80 MAN'S HANDY IN. I
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
conclce and complete resume of all lev '
gal notices, calls for tendors, Judg-1
iiiciii, uuouing permits ana real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 tV per month. Weekly Bulletin.
SI per year.
mm ik her
... , pji--
AI1T8Q I rCllaS
Pastmaster In Free
Trips To, Goast '
AccoHllngMo it story on the water
trout, which Is without iloubt true, tlio
Alameda took her usual complement
of nlowawaya. There Is 11 certain
"gang" of hojs In Honolulu who have
been making trips to the Coast mid re
turn at the expense of the Occnnlo
Company for some (line and It Beema
to bo almost lniH)3ible tu utop tlicni.
flow they get on hoard nnd ljeip out of
klghl till lifter the ship Is well titit to
fH Is 11 mystery, but thu-oungslers
certainly e;m to litive It ildWli put.
According III line of the hoys on the
waterfront -who had been watching
uroiind the Alameda, the following
iitownwus got away this morning:
Alfied Krellus, IMdle I-nihl. Abraham
nnd n Portuguese Isiy iinnicd Oiiirge.
Alfred Krcltns Is an old timer at the
game anil only returned from 11 fire
louiid trlfi on (he Alnmcdn when alio
(nine Iu on Friday. Ho has 'made sev
c nil other passages 011 tho Alameilii und
really is beginning to feel very much
ut home cm thu liner.
Mltl m BUT
The Steamer Alameda sailed for the
Coast this morning at 10 o'clock, tak
ing her iiiunl full cargo of freight hut
11 comparatively small passenger list,
11 great many of lhos going to the
CoaUt waiting over a day Uf take the
Korea. Thu Alameda's cargo tonalstM
of bananas, rice and plncnpples, as well
ns a good assortment of freight uiich as
(iirlosTuid the like.
Thero was un unusually la rye crowd
down to see the Oceanic boat rail 011
iiccount of the fact that Juilgn Wal
ton's body was tn-nt to tho Coast cm her
nml a great many members of the legal
fraternity mid also mcnihcni of tho
Masonic order were 011 hand to pay
l.lm the Inst tributes.
Captain A. M. Walton nnd F. J.
Ileeney, who haro been hi the Islands
for the past six weeks lm a tour of in
spection of the steamboats of tho Ter
ritory were among thu passengers.
dipt. Walton, staled that lie, and his
companion limf roumPthu local boati
to be in the best possible,' condition and,
with tho exception or ri,feW life pre
servers, which had been condemned,
them had been no fault round with any
of the equipment, lie expressed tho
wish to leturii to the Islands next year
when the next annual luspecflon will
ejjsjjr--For Rent" cards on tale at
he Bulletin offlea
Bishop Trust Co.,
Several acres In Manoa Valley. Beau
tiful site, overlooking Diamond Head
and the Ocean. $500.00 per acre.
A Fine Retldence on Klnau Street.
Four Bedroomi. Large Lot. Servants'
Quartera, 4c $5,000.00. ""
Bishop Trust Co.,
la not' a Luxury; it It a Necessity.
But VOO Must haw thM RMT
and that Is provided by the famous
no mast equnaoi Laws or Massa
chusetts, n the
New England Mutual -Life
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
At Low Prices
. HOTEL STREET JEWELERS.
S. H. WEBB,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
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Isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
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