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Diarawul Htatf, 10 p.
dear; wind light; north.
port K.S.2JL, 4500 bajs A scrar: 30O
tapt oZ rice for Slag dust Co. ; 22 tar
faottics tor Hoaolnht 2S
of sundries snd 15 bbls. poi for L-T.
The transport Hancock sailed Tnday.
October 2d. for Maaito. via. Goac with a
foil cargo of supplies ssd many passengers,
including over 100 recruits- for the
army in the Philippines. The troop ship
will not call as Honolulu.
The Gens&s ship Sirese was listed with
the overdue vessels at the San Francisco
Merchants Exchange on October 1st. The
reinsurance was quoted at S per cent. The
Sirenc's safe arrival at tins port was
not known at that date.
Purser baarratu of the Iwalani. report
fine weather on the leeward side of
Kauai and quite windy on the windward
side. A choppy sea waa encountered
while crossing the channel.
Tbe four masted, bark Aurora, built at
Everett, for Robert Tyson of San
Francisco, was launched September 2Sth.
The vessel will load lumber at Tacoma
The steamer Hanalei was reporteC at
Hanamauln Tuesday discharging coaL
She was exnected to leave that Dort on
The barkentine S. G. Wilder cleared the
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a cargo of merchandise, September 2Sth.
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c; .1 pr:lrv;i rv" n7
nolulu, with general merchandise.
The schooner Mary E. Smith cleared
from Port Gamble, with lumber. September
30th, for this port.
The schooner Reporter left Port Town-send
Wash., for this port September 27,
The steamer City of Para was reported
as arriving at Port Los Angeles on September
The schooner TV. J. Patterson cleared
from Gray's Harbor. September 30th, for
this por .
The bark CarroJlton left Tacoma September
27th, with lumber, destined for
Grinding was commenced at the Mc-Bride
plantation at Eleele, on Kauai,
Tlie schooner Mary Dodge sailed from
Eureka, October, 2d. for Honolulu, with
The Iwalani reports 1024 bags of K. S.
M. sugar left on Kauai uion date of sailing.
Wednesday. October 0.
O. S, S. Sierra, Houdlette, from San
O. S. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp,
from the Colonies.
Str. Iwalani, Greene, from Kauai.
Am. bkt. Planter, Chase 23 days from
Gaso. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, from
Lnhnina. Kihei, Makena, Koilua,
and NapooDoo at 2 a. m.
Tug Leslie Baldwin, from Kahulni, S
Bk. Robert Sudden, Capt Burfcholin, CO
days from Newcastle, with .coal, off
Wednesday, October 0.
i. b. bouoma, an Oterendorp, rar
an Francisco at noon. 1
S. S. Sierra. Houdlette, foe the Colo-.
niiM .it- J
Str. Xocau, WyraanTfor Xawiliwili,
Schr. Kawnilani, for Koolnu ports.
Hanamaulu and Ahukini. at 4 p. m.
Schr. Mille Morris, for Koolau ports.
Str. Lehua, Xapala. for Kamalo,
Lnhainn at T o'clock.
The Oceanic S. S. Sierra, arriving Oc
tober utu urougiit tne toiowmg passengers
: For Honolulu J. R. Ballard, Mrs.
Balard. J. E. Barges, Capt B. F. Chapman.
Mrs. H. L. Clarke. T. A. Curran.
Mrs. J. Fnrnsworth, p. Ferris. I. Gooding.
Mrs. M. Henning. .Tno. Howson. Y.
M. Jaouen, Mrs. .Tnouen. TV. Jarvis. Mrs.
Jnrvis and child, Mrs. .T. E. Lewin, H. V.
Morgan, Miss I. M. Poston, T. J. Quinn.
II. J. Rhodes. L. H. Stewart Mrs. M. W.
Tschudi, M. Vierra, J. S. Walker. TV. R.
Waters. Mrs. Waters and three children
G. M. Watson, H. S. Wheeler, Mrs.
Wheeler. Miss M. A. Williamson. For
Auckland H. W. Atkinson. J. D. Fisher.
John Kavanagh, A. Magill, H. Martin,
John X. McCrossen. E. C. Tims. Mrs.
Tims and three children, E. H. Wilmot
Mrs. Wilmot J. F. Zimmer. For Syd
ney G. S. Barker. H. L. Clark. J. Clark,
lames Ulen. I. TV. Kellev. H. F. Xichols.
J. T. Peters. J. It. Rodgers. C. A. Sperry,
rj. U. Townsend. .Mrs. At Woithe.
Per S. S. Sonoma. October 0. from tae
Colonies and Paco Pago r For Honolulu
Mr. awl .Mrs. Hunter. Jliss Kane. P.
Pichotsch. Madame Belle Cole. Dr. ana
Mrs. R. P. Meyers, E. Rusell and valet,
Mr. and Mrs. Beverler, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard and four children. Mr. St Leon
and three children Miss St Leon.
Misses TVyugate. Mr. Rasmussen. For
San Franciscci Congressman E. F. Loud.
Mrs. Loud. TV. I. Bell, F. W. Belt H.
Rronland. I. T. F. Bayertz. I. C. Bolfd.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Toobey. W. Steven. W.
Cuocton. E. Elkington T. H. Bryam. I.
It. Bullosger. Lient Diaklekoff. I. R. N.
J. Crankshaw, H. Crankshaw. D. K. In;
cles. A. C. Armour, Miss PleiL Mrs.
Rannie and son Miss Leavy, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Gamble, Miss Colebrook, Mrs.
Clark and fortv second class passengers.
Per str. Iwalani, Oct 9, from Kanal
torts TV. A. Kinney, Mrs. Ako. Master
W. Blacksrad. Mrs. Abrean. F. Tales.
Mrs. M. Luluhi and S deck.
I PA.5S5NGERS DElARTED.l
Per S. S. Sonoma October 9. for Sau
Francisco Mrs. TV. !. Hopper. Miss
Templeton. A. T. Russell. Miss J. M.
Keller C. S. Marshall and wife. Fred
C. Russell. Mrs. Capt E. n. Svendsen.
I. B. Chandler. P. M. Lansdale. Miss
E. Keepers, D. F. Parker nnd wife. H,
Benner. E. M. Walsh. Mrs. E. J. Cot
ton, Miss Roller. John Baker and wife.
.Mrs. J. it Kastman. u. v. dealer. J,
0'Connell. Mr. and Mra. J. P.
well, Capt C B. Hudson, Mrs. S. Gray.
M. U. Counter. Miss H. Kieinhaus, P.
lov. Mrs. B. T. Barnard. J. Kosenbent
Mrs. A. G Hine and danshter. Miss Ir
win and maid, Mrs. Ivers. Mr. and Mrs.
A Wra" to Travelers.
Tbe excitement incident to travriinr
and change or food and water often
brings on diarrhoea, and for this reason
no on should leave home without a bot
tle of Charaberiaia's Cohv Cholera and
uiarraoea Kemedr. kqt sale bv all
drufxists and dealers- Benson, Smith &
CV aisents for Hawaii.
Boefc htailm? troe us is always sat
KSEfte II RTiZEItS
Decision AsWir.a -Several Theusandt
Mcel?B Voters American
Register Is Haentso Dswn.
SAN FRAXCISCO, Oct. L. Adsdaioa
by the United States Treasury Department
aSecdnj; the states of Chinese bora
or naturalized is. the Hawaiian Islands
before the annexation, waa sanded down
yesterday to Port Colbctor Stratton. It
was a the case ot xi aj nomp a.
who arrived from Honolulu several
weeks, ago. T1 is a satire Chinaman bat
became a citizen of Hawaii several years
exo. On leavics Honolulu tor thl3 port
Ti applied for a certificate to the effect
that be was a merchant and entitled, to
visit the United States. The collector of
the port of Honolulu, was of the opinion
that Ti. being a naturalized citixen of Hawaii
at the time of annexation, was therefore
a citizen of the United States, notwithstanding
that the naturalization laws
of this country extend only to the Caucasian
and African races. The annexation
act provides that all citizens of Hawaii
at the time of annexation became eitizeia
of thp United States.
1 his view ot the collector at tne port ot
Honolnm has been endorsed by the Treas-
Inry Department and Collector Strattoa
raio m" u"j, w " -
fan American citizen.
I ! I
Stricken With Paralysis.
Henderson Grimett. of this place, was
stricken with partial paralysis and com
pletely lost tbe use ot one arm ana siae.
After being treated by an eminent physician
for quite a while without relief,
my wife recommended Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, and after using two bottles
of it he is almost entirely cured. Geo.
R. McDonald, Man. Logan Co- W. Va-U.
S. A. Several other very remarkable
cure of partial paralysis have been effected
by the use of this liniment It is
most widely known, however, as a cure
for rhepmatism, sprains and bruises. Sold
by all druggists and dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co- agents for Hawaii.
Arrived by the steamer and contained
a fine lot of the season's delicacies.
Game of all kinds, fruits and oysters.
To get the best the market affords,
leave orders at his King street depot
Cube and Granulated.
PABAFFINE PALNT GO.'S
Paints, Compounds and Buildia
Lucol Kaw and Boiled.
Linseed Rawand Boiled
Water-proof iter Paint, In
side and outside; in white and
Alex. Cross & Sons'
Scotch fertilizers, adapt 3d for su
gar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlanclt & Co.'s chemhal FertiJ
Izers and finely ground lloneme&i
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed'a patent elastic sectional pipe
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
SEMENT. LIME & M7CKS
WESTERN SUGAR TCi GOO,
Sat Frtuisco. 0.
BALDWIN LOCOMOT. WORKS,
Pbiladelphi icu, TJ. S. A
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MJLL C0..J
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder
Newark, U.S. A
OBLANDT & CO
San Francisco, Ca
BISDON IRON AND
San Francisco, Ca!
No. S4 Hotel, ope. New England Bak
ery, asd Hotel street, opp.
Juits Mad t Order in the Lates
Styhte. Perfaet FH Guaranteed.
ChtMm Cleaned. Dyd and RtpIre
K. A AM6 C2.
A!ak atrett mr Fliwnrkct
De all kids of ?IaH8M aad
Call at,t 94m er ring as np
by'P4ML Or H. k IWa 111 '
TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER xo, xor.
XT' "fssSJK" 2S
bt? Knees, tbe Sierra and
TWO bekmgtag t lie Oceanic
fl. were in port yesterday
The Sowmm (ram tke Colenies
am. Sfce arrived oS the harbor
boat 1 "eteek yesterday Bteran;. and remained
oataide umfl dayiisltt Tke Sonoma
toft Sydney at 1 t. m. m September
24 : arrived at Aucfcload at 4 p. ib
on the 2Stb. left aeftia at 11 p. m. and
united at Pago !; at 10 a. m. on October
2, Mt araia at 2:80 p. .. arriving
at the aadwrase Hetwtala, at 1 a.
m of October 9. The vessel experienced
nop weather with ajoderate to stronr.
trade ttooenheet a
The fernowl had 52.300.000 in poW In
ber stroni: meat, which was taken on at
Sydney. The veseel had mum difficulty
in retaining her ftreroow crew while in
port. Lewis and Tnrk. the shipping
kept watrh orw the men. amr they
wit rrlain4. A half dotett or more
Hawaiian were dIwhI to as additional
help at th furnace. Tbe departure
of the steamship from Oceanic
dork at noon for San Frawio was
by a Urge thronsf. Tbe
to tbe little people comprising the
Lilliputian waa a happy one. When the
liner polled eat the rounsBters took
of the bow of the boat, and maintained
a constant fheerinc The Sonoma
took a good fowd cotnpiiment of
from thi port for the Coast. About
the only featare lacking was the melody
from the territorial band.
The Sierra made the ran from San
Fraaeano and Honolulu in 5 days. IT
honra and 90 mi notes. The vessel wn
reported shortly before 7 o'clock, and was
made fast at Pacific Mail wharf before
P.IW. Parser Walton reported the
down ft uneventful. Nice weather
wa experienced mot of tbe way. The
boat was not delayed in getting away
from Sua Francisco because of the strike. I
Ilowerer. the erew in uie nreroom was
made up mainly of Italians, who proved
diurnal failures at the furnace. The
greater portion of these men were released
upon arrival here. The Sierra
will take a practically new crew rrom
this port. The vessel brought a nunntity
of food 9tK and meat in her refrigerator,
consigned to local merchants. The
Oceanic Marinom was sighted shortly after
S o'clock Sunday afternoon. Two
ailing vessels were seen during the trip,
nut they were not spoken. The Sierra
took a considerable amount of coal
previous to her departure for the Colonies.
The vessel was scheduled to get
away at midnight. She will take a good f
siaed passenger, list for Australia and
New Zealand ftbints. Tin very lntest
news regarding Uie great yacht race was
brought by Captain Iloudletto. He states
that as the y$ecl passed Moiggs wharf
'SaRjFrancJsco, the Haws wni conveyed to
lh Sierra passenger through a.
that the Columbia -had overhauled
the Shamrock and was leading a good
Resides bringing six day'H papers, the
Sierra had 180 bag of mail for Honolulu.
When tbe Oceanic steamship Sierra
left port at midnight she carried a number
of imliim. algehora and other specie
of ornamental ami shade trees, which are
destined for the Catliolic mission at Samoa
The plants are senfbv Commissioner
of Agriculture Wrav Taylor, who
lias been promised an assortment of
rams, tara and banana plants in return
for the courtesy.
The Iwalanl's Mascot.
The Inter-Island stoaraer Iwalani Is
now entitled to a place in the front row
among the Inland tleet The Iwalani was
the receptent of n mascot Tucdav night.
which was considerably out of the ordinary
run. TVlien Captain Greene reached
port yesterday morning, he was seen earning
a verv mvsterious package. He had
not reached the lower level of the gang
4ank before he was opnortuned as to the
contents of his bundle.
"Where did vou get it? Whose birthday
are you going to celebrate? When
does the oalloon go up" and other jocose
queries were fired at the popular master
with a reckless abandon.
Captain Greene took-a favored few into
his confidence and disclosed the contents
of his package. It turned out to
be nothing but a very ordinary dove. The
bird was not burdened with an elaborate
pedigree. However, the wculiar manner
of its Introduction to the captain and
crew of the Iwalani was considered as
a producer of good luck. While the Iwalani
was out at sea Tuesday night, and at
hst twenty miles from land, the dove
fiw Into the open window of, the cabin
occupied by Captain Greene. Its unceremonious
entree immediately awakened
the ship's master. The bird failed to
present Its card and the intruder was first
taken to lie a bold burglar. The dove was
imprisoned and brought to port The
ship's officers are now puzzling their
beads over some scheme whereby the
5klcys wags urny be -curtailed. It is
itrobahle eoveral reefs will be taken in the
port propellers of the dove, and it will
be retained as a pet
Ship Thomas tn Distress.
A private telegram receive! at San
Francisco on September 2Sth from Neah
Bay reported that the ship J. B. Thomas,
ve days out from Tacoma for Honolu-,
lu. was putting back to rort Townseud in
distress, according to the Chronicle. The
ship is owned by the California Shipping
Company and has had more than the average
amount of misfortune. Last June,
while hound from. Australia for Acapnlco,
she put into Honolulu with the captain
drowned, the first and (second mates in
their hunks as the result of accidents, and
with the boatswain in charge of the vessel
All the yards on the mainmast had been
carried away, the fore and raizsen roval
yarns aad backj.tay were gone and the cargo
was shifted. Repairs were made, a
new captain was placed in charge and the
Rrowe sailed for Puget sound, arriving
there aaly a few weeks ago. Now comes
the report of the ship being in distress,
but so particulars were given in the
Provisions Arrive From Coast.
The Sierra had considerable foodstuffs.
and uroduce in her cold storage, destined
for Honolulu. The following list of
was left at this ports Two
boT yeast 5 cases butter. Incase
tabs hutter 1 case oysters, 740 packages
and 3 crates dressed meats. 3 barrels
tongues, 35 tiercca hams and bellies. SO
Xrojea cattle, 25 isoxes srapes. 1 bos
ters. 314 packages fruit and vegetables, 1
caje oyster, 1 caw cheese, i case oysters.
-.. cases vegetables 5 bundles fish, 21
cases ootter. i. cai5 grapes. So cases
grapes, x case oysters, z trunks, 1 package.
4 cases merchandise. '2 boxes frnit, 1
trunk. 2 boxes merchandise. 1 box
tnrea, 1 box merchandise. 2 cases butter.
DO cases batter 4 boxes butter. 1 box but
ter, 3 cases chickens. 3 cases turkeys, -!
crates grapes. 4 crates peaches. 3 crates
plums. 1 crate oysters. 107 boxes fruit. 20
crates grapes. 3 cases butter, 1 ccop chickens,
40 packages various and 14 packages
papers, the freight being intended for the
following consignees J. T. Schneider, C.
J. Day & Co. Jose de Aviero, II. J. Nolte,
Metropolitan Meat Co- J. M. Levy. H.
May & Co- Bishop & Co- Hawaiian Sugar
Co.. Welters, Waldron & Co., Dr. J.
S. McGrew. Uobron Drug Co- Dr. C. B.
Cooper. Wing Lung. Wing Sing. Jas. F.
Morgan and Mrs. M. TV. TschudL
Pinned For a Free Passage.
When Captain Underwood or the
schooner ltobert Lewers, oiened his mail
yesterday morning, he a poser
in a commupication from two Porto
Rica ns, which caused him to indulge in
broad gunged smiles. Verily, "English
as be is writ in Porto Kico must be of
fearful and wondrous construction. The
men really wanted to secure a free passage
in the Robert Lewers to San Francisco.
Here is how they made the fact
Ship ltobert Itcen. Captain:
Gentleman: My Dear Sir: We want
to with you in the ship on- you. We
shall working for the pass to San Francisco,
me and my brother need trip in
this good ship. We hope for the to leave
of you. 1 and my brother do not have
work here wants trip pleace to make this
favor. lwura cry iruiy.
Island Steamers May Tow.
A decision of no small moment to the
masters of in the Island ileet has
been handed down in San Francisco. It
will be remembered that some time ago
Collector Stacknble was made -acquainted
with the fact that Island steamers were
engaged in the business of towing ut small
pons turougiiout me Hawaiian group. U.
L. Spauldiug, Acting Secretary of the
Treasury", holds that ft earners with passenger
certificates, whether carrying passengers
or not may lawfully engage in
towing other vessels. This decision
tically settles the question raised by the
collector, who reiwrted that the inter-island
passenger steamers were engaged in
the towiug business at the small ports in
The Planter Discharging.
The barkentine Planter, from San
Francisco, which arrived here Tuesday,
i.s discharging her large general cargo ot
merchandise at Irmgard wharf. The
Planter made the trip down in 2o days.
She left the Coast shy several men. nnd
Captain Chase took an almost constant
hand in proceedings on" deck. The services
of the camn boy was utilized in
working the ship. The Planter brought 30
and mules and 192 hogs on deck.
The Planter left San Francisco one day
after the bark Andrew Welch, and the
day previous to the sailing of the bark
Alden Besse. lwth destined for this iort.
Peru's Increased Accommodations.
When the Pacific Mail steamer Feru
sails on her next trip for the Orient she
will he able to carry more cabin passengers
than have hitherto been carried on
that vessel. As soon as the Peru reached
port Saturday carpenters began to clear
away the woodwork in the rooms occupied
as offices by the purser and freight clerk,
and these apartments will be made into
staterooms. Other alterations are to be
made and a new smokestack will be placed
on the Pern while she is in jwrt Chronicle.
For the Honolulu Oil Trade.
It is reported that the steamer Roma,
recently purchased by James Jerome of
this city, and to be brought out from the
eastern coast by Captain Storrs, will ply
between this coast and Honolulu in the
oil trade. Arrangements have been in progress
for some time by the Standard Oil
Company to introduce oil into the Islands
as fuel. The Roma was one of the vessels
swept ashore at Galveston by the
great hurricane of last year, and was only
recently floated again.- Chronicle.
The Alameda Coming.
The Oceanic S. S. Company's steamer
Alameda, which has been completelv overhauled
and fitted with new boilers at the
Risdon Iron Works in San Francisco, was
taken from the works to the sugar refinery
on October 2d, preparatory to loading
for Honolulu. On October 12th tlte Alameda
will sail for this port in place of
the Mariposa, which is to be laid up for
new boilers and an overhauling.
Night Inspector Appointed.
Through the efforts of Quarantine Officer
CarmichaeL of the port of San Francisco,
the government has authorized the
olaeincf inspectors on foreign vessels ar
riving between sunset and sunrise, to en
force the rules of both the quarantine and
customs service. Heretofore vessels reaching
port after sunset were not boarded by
the officials until the following morning.
r SHIPPING NOTES. J
In longitude 14S dear. 47 min- and latitude
53 dec north, the transport
passed the brigantine Courtneyford
in a damaged condition. September 29th.
Her maintopmast foretopmast and fore-topgallant
mast were gone. She was spoken
by the Roseerans and reported that
she was dismasted seventeen days out of
ion lownsenu anu was masing gooo
The gasoline schooner Eclipse arrived
from xhaina Kihei. vapoopoo and
ifookena. yesterday, with a cargo con
sisting of 4, eords of wood. 500 bags of
sugar, 50 head of cattle. 100 bags of awa
root and 100 nackagea ot merchandise
destined formats port The Eclipse was
discharging her load at lrmpard wharf.
The Iwalani. arriving, yesterday
,bronghl the following freight for tfcJa
Net Mmi Fin llama
Go. of laricsitf, 1 1
Rtil Esiiti Mm.
Loirs mk m ififmi smrify.
tas 3 lid i fkMfn kMif
Corner of Fort and King Streets.
TIDES, STJK AMU MOOX.
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DAT 1! si
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p.ra.Ft. &.ca. t p. m. ajm. I !rts
.50 1.S 0 33, 7.03. S.4T 184.108.40.206 1 a
8, l. 1.1 tJI IJSSt S.S4. 5. 3J33
Wed. 1.S6I 1-3 1.48, 3.C5J -1 1 K Kf ! 3.31
Thar Sj l.lj 2.M : 82! I tWJS.54!5.40l 4.21
rw.. 3.W; 1.7J 3.S6 8.ST LSll5.55;5.33f 5.11
Sat... 3.SS 1.8 3.!i! 9.21 10, .05.55l5, ,38, 8.03
. i Ja sets
Sua 4.16 1.9 3 56: 9.4S1 10.43.55 5 37 6.33
Sir.- 2 1( 4.2tl0.15lU.3t'.5.56'5.36! TIT
Kew Moon on She 12th at 3:41 a.m.
Rapid Transitand LandCa.
SCHOOL CHILDREN'S TICKETS.
Half-fare school children's tickets may
be purchased from the Conductors on the
cars, or at the Company's office on
street These will be good for the
transportation of school children up to
17 years of ago in going to and coming
from school, between the hours ot 7:30
and 9:30 a. m.. and 1 and 2:30 p. m.
regular school days.
C. G. BALLENTYNE,
Manager, H. R. T. & L. Co.
Oil RAILWAY AND LAND GO
From and After January 1, 1901
Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations. ex ex .
am am am ptn pm
Honolulu 9:10 9 US 11-05 3:15 5:10
PearlClty 8:03 9:48 11:40 3:4T 5:50
EwaXUl 8:33 10 fS VIM IAS 6a
Waianae 10:30 ..... 4:45 ....
Walalua 11:55 6:40 ....
Kahuku 13:32 6:15 ....
Dally Dnllj Dally Dally Dally
Stations, ex ex
am am am am am
Kahuku 5:35 2KB
Walalua 6:10 2:50
Waianae ..... 7:10 3:55
Ewalllll 5:50 7:15 1-05 4:33
PearlClty 6:15 8:C3 1:30 4:56
Honolulu .. .. 5:50 833 2:05 5:22
G. P. DEN1SON, F. CV SMITH,
Superintendent P. & T. A.
Tramways Time Table.
KING STREET LINE
Cam leave Waikiku for Town at
5:45, 6:15, 6:45 a. m., and every 15
minutes thereafter till 10:45, 1115
and 11:45 p. m. from Waikiki go toi
tne tmnanoa utaoies.
Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa
switch for Town at 5:53 a, m. and
every 15 minutes taerafter till 11:08
'ave Fort and King streets
corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and
every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m.
Cars leave for Palama only at 5
and 5:30 a. m.
Cars leave Palama for Watkiki at
5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till
9:45 p. m.r then at 10:15 and 10:45
p. za. The 11:15 p. m. bom Palama
for Punahon oaly goes to Waikfki on
Cars leave Tort and King streets
corner, for Rifle Range at 5:20 and
5:50 a. m.
Cars leave Fort axd King streets
corner for Waikfki at 6:05 a. m. and
every 15 minutes till 10:05 p. at, then
at 10:35 and 11:05 p. a. The 11:35
p. m. goes to Wafkfki oa Satardaya
BERETANIA STREET AND NUU-ANU
Cars leave Pcaahoa Stable for Town
at 5:30 and for Towh. and Valley at
5:40, 5:50, :lt, i;S, 1:40, 1 and
7:20 a. hr.
Cars leave. Oaatt Colkga for Town
and VaDiy st f :38, :5 aad 7:10 a. m.
and every Ifl aiaatee till 10:10 p. nv.
except the eve hoar a&d half hour
cars which raa frcw. the Stable.
Cars ieaTe Xmbb TaHey at f :10,
6:30, 6:5 a. au asd every 18 alsat
thereafter tl!l 18:3t . ml
Cars Ttmx Fact ad Qweea otreets
for Paaahoa GUttt at fi:3. :25.
1 6:4a.m., a4 yrry 1 mSmAem after
till 8:45 . m. After that tke cars
raa to the 9teMe ee to ll:fft . br..
which te the Jaet car freea Towa.
Kw WMB HNW 4B. XV Pt flK
md Machine 6o.;s
itWTiL Ffll IIH WHEELS.....
Rims put on front 1.50 up. Wheels respoked, $1.50. Any auti
every part of a wheel repaired as good as new for Jow prke.
THOME BLUE 721.
Oceanio Steamsliip Oo.
The steamers of this Use will arrive and leave this poet as breadrt
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA Sat. Oct. 13
SONOMA , Wed., Oct. 30
ALAMEDA Sat, Nor. 9
"VENTURA Sat, Not. 20
ALAMEDA Sat. Nor. 29
In connection with the saillns of tne above stoaners tne asata are prepared
to tssce, to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS y
any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and tros
New Yor by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PAiv.UULARS APPLY TO
wm. g. niwisr & go.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Oo. and Tip Kisen Kaiana
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and S&ave thlt
on or abovt the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
PERU . . ..'. October 12
COPTIC October 22
AMERICA MARU October 30
PEKING November 7
GAELIC November 11
HONGKONG MARU November 28
CHINA November 30
DORIC December 10
NIPPON MARU December 18
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd!
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line, running tn connection with tbe CANADINA.
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C and Sydney, N.
S. W.- and calling at Victoria. B C- and Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q are
From Vancouver and Victoria for
Brisbane and Sydney
AORANGI ;.. October 28
MOANA November 23
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu tc Canada, United States
For Freight and Passage, and all general information,. apply to
. THEO. H. DAVLES & CO.,
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEMBJ8 EW STEEL STEAMEBS
S. S. Californian, 5000 tons, sailed from New York
June 16, will load on Puget Sound about September 10 for
S. S. American, 6000 tons, sailed August 3.
S. S. Hawaiian, 6000 tons, to sail October 20.
Frtlght received at Company's wharf, Forty-second Street, Soeta
Brooklyn, at all tiaaea.
For Further Particulars Apply to .
H: Hackfeld & Go., Ltd.
C P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Jas. F. Xosoajf, Pres. Cecil Baotrs, Vice-Pres. F. Hoseaoe, Set .
Cnas. H. AiHEBTOjr, Auditor. W. fl. HooGsCTreas. and 3Igr.
HUSTACE & CO ltd.
hiltn h FIIEIOBD; SIQKE,
Special Atienton Given to ".""e
Telehone Htin 295
ALAMEDA ,WL. Oct. 23
VENTURA .Taee, 0t 29
ALAMEDA..., Wad, Not. 13
SIERRA . ...Tses Not. 19
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PEKING Ootobar IS
GAELIC October 22
HONGKONG MARU ....Novtmbar 1
CHINA .November 9
DORIC November 19
NIPPON MARU November 26
PERU Decatabr 3
COPTIC , December 10
From Sydney and Brisbane for
. Victoria and Vancouver
MOANA Oetobar 23
MIOWERA Nonmbar 20
STEAK and BiiCKSMITfi'S NIL