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barkentine Robert Sudden
TTDI la port from Newcastle
with a cargo of coal, bears the
distinction la local maratime
circles of having aboard one member
of its crew who has thrown precedent,
and tradittoa to the four winds, by
bariBg completely Ignored the
alty of being listed In the ship's
dee. laws governing
veseel. and shipping in general nave
been defied with a reckless abandon.
The individual in question did not accompany
the Sadden to this port entirely
through choice, but on the other
hand was considerably influenced
Sound of riotous rebellion
from the ship's cabin yesterday
afternoon. It was in unmistakable
fabrteUo which plainly donoted that
the notae was not produced from a
humaa throat- Investigation stoon
developed that the racket came from
a very up-to-date and well-educated
cockatoo. In many respects the bird
Is a most remarkable specimen and
boisterous member of his tribe. "When
he was snatched from the wilds of
Australia the bird possessed a clean
and spotless reputationr With the
arrival of the Sudden In port the other
tay.the cockatoo was found to be
& kjghly proficient ragtime linquist.
as well as possessing a wide-knowledge
. nautical matters.
The cookatoa Is now considered a
full-fledged sailor by all members
of the crew of the Suddbm In consequence
thereof his rations havo
suffered a material increase from the
ship's cook. The bird wears a most
Independent air and is said to greatly
feellls Importance. The cockatoo
-. -was given the freedom of the deck
and yards during the greater portion
f the trip up from Newcastle
When first taken in charge by the
sailors, he was refreshingly modest
and bashful, and had a very limited ,
vocabulary at his command. A few
days after leaving port the bird was
purloined bv several Bailors, and
taken to the fo'c'sle. The doors
were tightly closed, and the port
holes were stuffed with several unemployed
articles found in the sailor's
wardrobes. Hore the Cockatoo
was given its first lesson In the art
of polite conversation. During the
stilly watches of the night a number
of maratimo phrases wore drilled into
the succoptiblo brain of the bird.
The -work of tutoring the bird was
carried on night after night with un-Sagging
energy. The repertoire was
enlarged as progress was noted.
After several weeks har training
and tutoring. he Cockatoo was given
its liberty. One night whilcjthe Sud
den was hovering close to the equator
in the midst of calm seas, the officer
on tho watch struck eight bells at
midnight, and awaited the usual answering
call of "All is Well, Lights
Burning Bright. Sir." from the man
The reply was soon forthcoming.
There was no mistaking that fact
The sailor on watch was knocked
speechless. It was delivered in clear
and distinct Chesterfleldian English
at that- Tho man on the fo'c'sle
whoso businoss it was to give the
answering salute aroused himself
from his logarthy. and rubbed his
oye in sheer wondorment While he
was mentally figuring whether he
had just passed through a trance, he
gazed up among tho spars In tho foremast
and spied the famous cockatoo.
It didn't take the sailor long
to the fact that tho bird had
lo&rned Its lessons well.
From that moment there was
joy abroad the Sudden.
Tho bird was carefully brought aloft
after nightfall and supplied with plenteous
quantities of provisions. His
accomplishments were kept from captain
and oMcers. At the sound of
each bell the old familiar call, "All's,
Well. Lights Burning Bright. Sir," was
promptly sent out from the forward
nart of the shin. The mates never
tumbled to the racket The sailor I
who wore la on tho deal, enjoyed long
and refreshing slumber throughout
the hoars of darkness. Standing nigh
watch was to the now fortunate men.
a hideous dream of the past Certainly
It was no longer a reality while
the cockatoo stood valient tiuty.
This Is why. the quadlly plumaged
bird Is guarded with such vigllent
ewe hy tho men aboard the vessel
Yoa couldn't buy that talented
feathered conversationalist for a
whole pocket full of paid-up Kihel
sugar stock. As a living screeching
example of an educational fad. the b?rd
Is the king ptn of Verllv.
the cockatoo Is a most valued acquisition
to tho Sudden's crow.
Peru's Improved Appearance.
Thirty tabln passengers and 115
Chinese and 15 Japanese in the steer-
Steamship Peru which arrived from
San tv...i, at an. .,.i,. Jjour yesterday i
morning. The Peru mad ihe I
trip down in a little orer six days.
The vessel experienced fine weather
all the w" over. The Peru carries
an unusually large cargo of freight
fcr the Oriont
One o fthe notlcablo improvements
ia the steamship since she was last
in port, are the Increased passenger
accommodations made while the vessel
was at San Francisco. The rooms
oa the nppor deck which "were formerly
given over to the purrx and
the freight clerk have been converted
Into fine wlate rooms. Fitted with all
modern fixtures the additional rooms at
are on a par with anything to be
found on the best of ocean liners.
me irern was aiso treated, to a
larger smokestack during her renova
Upn. While in port the vessel will
take on 350 tons of coaL The Peru
brought 65 bags of mail for Honolulu,
and has in her hold over 500 bags of
maw ior tne
With the vessel are 13 Chinese com
prising a portion cf the deck and fire-room
crew of the British steamer
Royalist- The Chinese objected to
accompanying the ship to England,
and they were paid off and returned
to China. The Royalist being a tramp
steamer, had been chartered to carry
wheat to the Continent. The discharged
crew will be taken to
The Peru will sai for the Orient at
7 o'clock this morning. She will
carry five passengers to Asiatic ports.
Shipping Men Somewhat Pessimistic.
Local shipping men were inclined
to take a rather pessimistic view of
the strike situation at San Francisco
u;Dn receipt of adviqep from tho
Coast by the Peru yesterday. News
received by the Sierra Indicated that
the great labor difficulty had been
met by a satisfactory settlement. It
was then stated that the old-time
activity in San Francisco shipping
circles had been resumed. The news
brought by the Feru, however, nad. a
tendency to produce some doubt In
tho minds of many Honolulu shipping
men as to the complete settlement
cf the long-drawn-out strike. It was
maintained that, In spite of the fact
that the strike is declared off. the
members of the San Francisco City
Font Federation were not, on the
first day of the peace, in urgent demand.
Reports from San Francisco show
that a number of union longshoremen
applied for work- at the army transport
dock. They were told that la-stead
of looking for men the army
authorities were discharging laborers.
Seven were paid off Oct 4th and more
the day following.
Steuart-street dock, devoted to the
business of Williams, Dimond & Co.,
was another unfruitful field for the
searcher for work. The non-union
men engaged during the strike have
proved to be an exceptionally able lot.
Most of them will be retained as
long as they wish to stay.
On the Oceanic dock there was no
demand for labor, Captain Howard
having organized the men secured
during the strike into as able an aggregation
of freight rustlers as ever
worked along the water front These
men will also be retained as long as
they wish to star.
A similar condition of affairs exists
on tho docks controlled by the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company. Captain
Wallace stated that he had more than
enough men fcr the requirements, of
tho company's business and will decline
to discharge any of those able
and willing to do the worlc
The schooner Lizzie Erien commenced
discharging her lumber with
union men Oct 4th. The schooner
Jennie Thelin went to sea with a
union crew, but the work of discharging
the Alaska Packers' Association
vessels continues with labor engaged
during the strike.
At Main street a few union men
were engaged and they worked In
harmony with a number of the men
taken on during -the strike. The
Helena and Irmcard shipped union
crews Oct. 4th, and tho ship Emily
has half union and half non-union.
About QRh' ssailors "wejre shipped
Oct 4th and more will be engaged as
the vessels get ready for sea.
The sailors crowded the office of the
Shipowners' Association throughout
that day, but it will be some little time
before many participants in the
strike find themselves afloat again.
The work of tho shipping master Is
for the present pronounced a dead
letter. The sailors are attending to
thte business for themselves, and fox
once "blood money" does not enter
into the bargain.
A larsre number of vessels from
the 130351 are expected at this port
within the next ten days or two
weeks. Local shipping men expect
an influx of sailing craft In bunches
of several arrivals a day, as the vessels
succeed in discharging ana loading
their .cargoes at San Francisco.
Increased activity on the Honolulu
water front will be hailed with
by all concerned with shipping
Barkentine Koko Head.
Koko Head will be the name of a hig
barkentine soon to be
launched at Boole & Son's shipyard In
Oakland for Ifind. Rolph & Go. of this
citv. sars the Chronicle, -me vessw is
Bacl after a jd.,! j
eastern shore of the Island of Oahn.
which is senerallv the first part of I
Oahu to be sighted from steamers run-
nifis from tnss port to nonoiuui. j.ns
barkentine will have a length of 240 feet,
beam of 41 feet and depth of 17 feet
tonnase of 1200. and is' to have bilge
keels an Innovation in the construcdonJ
of sailing vessels on this Uoast
The American ship LucHe, as she lies
at "Union-street wharf San Francisco,
presents a spectacle not often seen on
the front When, she arrived here on
Sent 0 last it was found necessary to
calk-her thoroughly. There was no dock
available at the time the men were ready
HE HONOLULU BEFUBUCKH, SttffBAY, 00OB& 1$, ijef ,
clear. Wlsd fresh; X. E.
to fcsia work, o th captain dscfied to
do the Job alorgsliis the wharf. It fri3
probably prove to be the more expesivB
method, bat the work can be isore thoroughly
done, as the calker can strike
a straight downward blow instead of up
ward, as ne would nave to ao were tne
ship on the dock. The Lcclle was ac-
corcingir nove aown, or ceemauiea, ana
she now lies with her keel out of water
and her yard almost touching the wharf.
Gangs of men are rnnninc all over her
side. In the old days all vessels were
repaired in this manner, liven now .many
a vessel is treated in the same way. bat
the work is generally done in Mission
Bay and not alongside the wharf. Call.
Alden Besse Reaches Port.
While it took the American schooner
Alden BesM ti days to make her ran
from San Francisco to this port, the
trip was one in which smooth seas 'and
iigflt winds were principally encountered,
sccuraing io vie reyuri uj. teasel.
The Alden Besse reached Honolulu
an early hour yesterday morning, and
nrocewled to discharge at Brewers'
wharf. The vessel has a large and as-ported
caim of merchandise for local con
signees. The Besse met witn no rougn
weather throughout the entire voyage.
About the filth day out a strong
swell was encountered; this was followed
by a period in which southwesterly
breezes were the rule. The Alden
Besse brought two young lady passengers
to Honolulu. Captain Kessel
states that he met the usual delay at
San Francisco because of the strike He
met with no difficulty in securing a sufficient
number of men to work the ship.
The bark Andrew Welch was seen by the
Besse while en route.
Solace Repairs Rushed.
When the transport Solace leaves the
Mare Island Navy Yard she will be
placed in first-class condition. Orders
nave been received at the navy yard to
rush the repairs on the vessel, as she
must be ready for service by Oct loth.
A force of ship fitters, joiners and machinists
will work overtime continuously
to get the vessel ready in time. It is
stated that she is needed to take a force
of marines to Panama.
Marine Deserters Numerous.
Desertions from the Marine Corps at
the Navy Yard are so numerous that unusual
precautions are being taken to prevent
the further depletion of the ranks.
says the Chronicle. The number of
marines at the barracks is so small that
it requires all the men for guard duty,
consequently there are not men enough
to go through drills target practice or
school work. During the past few
months no less than thirty marines have
Alameda Ready for Sea.
The Oceanic Company's steamer Ala
meda. Captain Herriman. was taken to
Pacific-street wharf, San Francisco,
from the Risdon Iron Works Oct. oth
preparatory to loading for the trip to
Ilonoluln on Oct 12th in place of the
Mariposa. The Alameda has had new
toilers put in anu was to nave oeen
triven a trial spin on the day Oct Cth.
I SHIPPING NOTES. I
The steamer Hawaii. Captain Bennet.
is due from Hawaii ports today.
Returning steamers from Kauai report
no rain having fell at Hamakua.
The Mauna Loa was reported at Pun-aim!
Friday, where she was discharging
The steamer Maui arrived yesterday
morning from Hawaii, bringing 10,000
sacks of sugar.
The schooner Eva finished discharging
her careo at Hilo. October Stli, and sailed
for Eureka in ballast
Purser Friel of the Nocau reported
smooth seas and northeast winds- in
crossing the channel en route to the
The schooner Honoipu, Captain Olsen,
left the port of Mahukona for Port
Townsend in ballast, Thursday, October
The following sugar was reported on
Kauai by Purser Lvons. of the Ke Au
Hou: Punaluu, 7300 bags: Hounapo,
The American bark Amy Turner, Captain
Warland, is scheduled to sail from
lulo Monday. October 14th, for San
Francisco in ballast
The ship Tillie E. Starbuck. Captain
Curtis, cleared the port of San Francisco
for Honolulu. October 3d, with a .general
cargo of merchandise.
The steamer Maui went along side of
the ship George Curtis at Railway
wharf yesterday, where 4000 bags of
sugar was discharged from the Maul
into the ship.
The Kinau brought the followinc
freight for this port: 217 sheep; 4
horses: 33 pigs; 20 bbls. beer; 20 cords
wood, 52 bags taro. 71 bags orn, 21 bags
potatoes, 245 pkgs. merchandise.
Owing to a delay occasioned by the
strike, the transport Sherman will not
be .ready to go into commission before
the first of December. Work upon the
vessel is progressing very slowly at San
The German ship Sirpne. which arrived
at this port October 3d. was acaui
listed among the overdue vessels at the
Merchants Exchange at San Francisco.
October 4th. The reinsnrance remained
at S per cent
The Inter-Island steamer Ke Au Hou,
arriving yesterday morning shortly after
0 o'clock, broucht three deck passengers
and 20CG baes n. S. a sugar 1233 bass
P. S. M. sugar. 22 head cattle and 294
The transport Kilpatrick was reported
18 davs out from Manila by advices from
San Francisco dated October 5th. The
vessel is carrvins the Eighteenth Infan
try and was expected to arrive at the
Coast this week.
The following sugar was reported left
on Hawaii, at the departure of the Kinau:
Waiakea, 12.000: Waikaku. 13,000:
Paupahochoe. 2400: Ookala. GTO0:
2300; Kukninaele, 1200; Punaluu,
6400: Konoapu. 2100.
The Noeau, of the fieet
reached port shortly before G o'clock
vesterday morning, with freight and one
first class nassenger. Parser Friel reports
200 bags of Y. K. sugar left on
Kauai. The Iwalani was reported at
Waismea. discharging freight
Two cabin and six deck passengers
were brought in by the Niihaa yesterday
morning, which, arrived In port at 5ut
o'clock. Purser Kaae reported fine
weather on KanaL The Mikahala was
loading. K. S. M. sugar at Walamea
when the Niihaa left the island.
While at Kawalbae. Hawaii, representatives
of .the Public Works Department
installed a new light 61 feet above the
sea leveL The new light is CO feet from
the site of the old light oa the JTahnkont
side. It is a white light and is made
by a 3 1-2 inch Rochester burner.
Deputy Collector Ridgewav of Hilo
has received authority from Washington?
to remove the custom hoose at that
port to tfee premises occupied by his
rats bailees, which is located opposite 3
tfi Erst National "Bant of HiTo Tb !
office wiU be removed the first
The K An Hon experienced a ssooth
trip over fros Nairn. Bat little rccsh
water was encountered in the channel.
Northeast wind3 prevailed most of the
The transport Grant it to be altered at
an expense of about $400,000. and when
completed will be one of the finest trans
ports afloat. It was the Government's J
intention to have the work done at the
navy yard, but as there now seesss to be
a chance of the machinists strike being
settled the job may go to one of the private
concerns of San Francisco.
T ARRIVALS. V
Saturday, October 12.
Am. bark Alden Besse, KiesseL 26
days ftlm San Francisco, at 9 a. m.
Str. .Nbeau, Wyman. from Nawiliwili
and Hanamaula. at 5:40 a. m.
Str. Niihan. S. Thompson, .from
at 5:30 a. m., with 9 packages
Str. Kinan Freeman, from Hilo and
way ports; due in morning
Str. Mani, Bennett, from Hawaii.
P. SL S. S. Pern, Pillsbury. from
San Francisco, off port early A. M.
Saturday. October 12.
Gaso. schr. Eclipse, Townsend,
Kihei Makena. Kailua. Napoopoo
and nookena at noon.
Str. Waialeale. Piltz, for Hanamaulu
and Ahukini, at 3 p. m.
1 "DUE TODAY.
Sunday, October 13.
Str. Claudine, Parker, from Maui
Str. Mikahala. Gregory, from Kauai
Str. Waileale, Piltz, from Kiiauea.
Per str. Kinau, Oct. 12 Hon. J. H.
Boyd. Hon. E. S. Boyd, Marston
J. T. Stacker. Miss H. Lemon. Miss
II. Gurney, Mrs. E. A. Fraser. J. M. Oat
Mrs. Emma Baker, Rev. J. H. Behrens.
It. H. Woods. Mrs. R. H. Woods. R.
Hawxhurst J. G. Sarrao W. T. Balding.
Frank Godfrey, Jas. Kuiiki, J. M.
Coulson. J. M. Vivas. B. Mancene, Mrs.
M. C. Whitney. W. Reinhardt, Mrs. H.
LudlofF, H. .T. Chang, Mrs. J. S. Ferry,
Miss L. nail. S. Minekishi, P. 31. Buchanan
wife and 3 children, Hon. Julian
Monsarratt Mrs. if. Maehado and child.
D. Pundt, Mrs. J. II. Mackenzie and
s-on, Geo. Osborne, C. Sirakane, H.
Young. E. P. Mabie. W. E. Skinner. Mrs.
Emma Baker and 123 deck.
From Kauai, per str. Niihau, October
12 F. II. Flatbt.
From San Francisco per bark Alden
Besse. October 12 Miss Mary Hoehn
and Miss Carolyne" Hoehn
The following passengers ""departed
from Honolulu for the Orient in the
Pern. October 13th: Mr. and Mrs. R.
II. Hood. H. Norton, J. W Xorton, and
T. P. Blair, Jr.
Among the Tassengers looked for Honolulu
for San Francisco in the Pacific
Mail steamship Peking, October 15th,
are L. W. Smith. Wm. Alexander. Dr.
W. D, Baldwin, and H. RvtDunnway,
MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS.
Date. ATamc. From J
" 19 ALAMEDA San Fran
" 22 COPTIC San Fran
" 26 AORANGI ....Victoria, B. O.
'" 30 AMERICA MARU..San Fran
" 30 SONOMA San Fran
Nov. 7 CITY Or PEKING. San Fran
" 9 ALAMEDA San Fran
" 14 GAELIC San Fran
" 20 VENTURA San Fran
" 23 HONGKONG M San 'Fran
" 23 MOAN' A Victoria. B C.
" 30 ALAMEDA San Fran
" 30 CHINA San Fran
DeclO DORIC San Fran
" 11 SIERRA San Fran
" IS NIPPON MARU...San Fran
" 21 MIOWERA. .'. Victoria. 'B. (J.
" 21 ALAMEDA San Fran
" 2G PERU San Fran
Date jVamc For
' PEKING. San Fran
" 22 GAELIC San Fran
" 23 ALAMEDA SanFran
" 23 MOANA Victoria, B. O.
" 29 VENTURA .... SanFran
Nov. 1 HONGKONG M.... San Fran
" 9 CHINA SanFranl
" 13 ALAMEDA SanFran
41 19 SIERRA SanFran
a 19 DORIC SanFran
" 20 MIOWERA ...Victoria. B. C.
" .20 NIPPON MARU. ... San Fran
Dec 3 PERU SanFran
" 4 ALAMEDA SanFran
" 10-SONOMA SanFran
u 10 COPTIC SanFran
IS AORANGI Victoria, B. O.
20 AMERICA MARU.. San Fran
" 23 ALAMEDA SanFran
" 27 CITY OF PEKING. San Fran
" 31 VENTURA SanFran
Book blading from us is always sat
BilABDS & CO.
cut cus or vaxixtees
JUST ARRIVED BY S. S. SONOMA.
Located opposite Hawaiian HoteL
HlfEMtiK mm, MTKEl I4T8
Comprising Ladys and Gentleman
Equestrians, Trapeae Artistes, Acrobats,
Gymnasts. Contortionists Perfonains
Dogs, Horses, Ponies, Monkeys, etc.
Also, our three ..fanny Clowns Nohoy.
Francois and Dummy. Kfirient Brass
Band and Riaz Orchestra. Alio our
Star Vesical Sketch Artists. For further
paritculars see bill programs.
Prices Dreas Clrde $1.00
Family Circle .................. .75
CkQ&es half price.
Clrcss oSce foe booking opposite Hawaiian
GENERAL AQX9CTS 70S
Net flaiirc Firs mm
Go. of laicttr, 1 1
B! Estitt Df2ks.
Lqius mfc h appmffll swtrity,.
Rooms 3 ami 4, Mcltiyre IiMig
Corner of Fort and King Streets.
riOIS, SUN AND 3COON.
wl wt 3! ?!
f IB ?ll 55 Hj
DAT c -4 5 1 -5
S ? z. 2i at
pjn Ft. p.m rUe
Hon- 7'U.2 1.2 0 33 7.03 3.K 5.53 5.12 115
Tues. 8. I 1 01 lit' T.S3 15.41 2.33
Wod. 91.1.K! u l.tS 3.05 7.50 5.40 3.31
Thur i.si t.l 2.2ti 8.32 8.S6 5.54 5.40 4.21
Trl.. 3.04 I -I '! I n ws 9.21 5.55 5.3d: 5.11
Bat... 3.33 1.8! 3.21 9.2 10.06 5.55 5.331 6.02
Sun 4J6 1.9(3.56 9.4S 10.13 s.S5 5.37 6.33
14 4J6 1 1! 4.21 10.15 U.3113.563.36 17
w Moon oa the 15ih at 2:11 a.m.
OAHU RAILWAY AND LtlJD GO
From and After January 1, 1901
Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations. ex ex
am am am pm pm
Honolulu 9:10 9:15 11-05 3:15 5:10
Pearl City 9:18 11:10 3:17 5:50
Ewa Mill 8:33 10:08 120 45 C-J
Walanae 10:50 4:45
Walalua 11:55 5:10
Kahuku 12:32 e as
Dally Dallj Dally Dally Dally
Stations, ex ex
am am am am
Kahuku 5:35 2-08
Walalua 6:10 2:50
Walanae 7:10 35
EnaMlll 5:50 7:15 105 4:321
Pearl City 6:15 8:03 1:30 4:56
Honolulu &O0 835 2:05 5:22
G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH,
Superintendent P. & T. A.
Tramways Time Table.
KING STREET LINE.
Caru leave Walldki 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 Waikikf go to
the Punahou Stables.
Cers leave Rifle Range or Pawaa
switch for Town at 5:58 a. m. and
every 15 minutes therafter till 11:08
p. m. v
Cars 'save 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 Walklki at
5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till
9:45 p. m., then at 10:15 and 10:45
p. m. The 11:15 p. m. from Palama
for Punahou only goes to Walklki on
Cars leave Fort and King streets
corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and
5:50 a. m.
Cars leave Fort aul King streets
corner for Waikikl at 6:05 a. m. and
every 15 minutes till 10:05 p. m., then
at 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35
p. m. goes to Walklki on Saturdays
BERETANIA STREET ,AND NUU-:
Cars leave Punahou Stable for Town
at 5:30 and for Town and Valley at
5:40, 5:50, 6:10, 6:20, 6:40, 7 and
7:20 a. m.
Cars leave Oahu College "for. Town
and Valley at 6:30, 6:50 and 7:10 a. m.
and every 10 minutes till 10:10 p. m.
except the even tour and half hour
cars which pin frotethe Stable.
Cars leave' Ntraann Valley at 6:10,
6:30, 6:50 a. m and exery 10 minutes
thereafter till 10:50 p. m.
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets
for Punahou College at 6:05, 6:25.
6:45 a. m., and every 10 minutes after
till 9:45 p. ex. After that the cars
run to the Stable up to 11:05 p. m.,
which: Is the last car from Tows,
reaching the Stable at 11:30 p m.
Accommodation for Horses.
FIRE PROOF and SANITARY.
First-class Service I "frrary Respect
JAMES BftOWK, -
233 Hot! i. JTeL 1S1
HACK STAND IN COXNCTION:
Motor Carriage and Machine Oo.'s
I0SPIUL FOB SI6K WHEELS
Rims put on from 1.50 up. Wheels respoked, 1.50. Any awl
every part of a wheel repaired as good as new for kwr pekoe.
'PHONE BLUE 721.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Tho steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hftreuadar:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA S3t. Oct 19 ALAMEDA Wed., Oct M
SONOMA. Wed.. Oct. 30 VENTURA Tue.. Oct 29
ALAMEDA Sat. Nov. 9 ALAMEDA WetL, Nfer. 13
VENTURA Sat. Nov. 20 SIERRA Tue. Nlv. 19
ALAMEDA Sat, Nov. 23 ALAMEDA WU Dec 4
. SONOMA Tm.D.lt
In connection with the salting of tne above steamers tne agents are, prepared
to Issue, to Intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS hj
any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States, aad from
New York by any steamship line to ail European ports.
FOR FURTHER PAK. U.ULARS APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 3. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and loyo Kisen Kaiafa
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and Joave thit
rt on or abort the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PERU October 12 PEKING October 16
COPTIC . October 22 GAELIC October 22
AMERICA MARU October 30 HONGKONG MARU November i
PEKING November 7 QHINA November 9
GAELIC November 14 DORIC . . t .November 19
HONGKONG MARU ....November 28 NIPPON MARU .November 26
CHINA November 30 PERU December 3
DORIC December 10 COPTIC .....December 10
NIPPON MARU ..'.,. ...December 18
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADINA.
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vauconver. B.,U, and Sydney, N.
s. ana caning at victoria, a u..
From Vancouver and Victoria for
Brisbane and Sydney
AORANGI October 26
MOANA November 23
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu Canada, United States
For Freight and Passage, and all general information, apply to
THEO. H. DAYIES & QO.,
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VTA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEHBJQ MEW STEEL STEAMESS
S.S. California, 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.
Freight received at
Brooklyn, at all tiaee.
wharf, Forty -second' Street, Soeta.
For Further Partlcnlara Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. .
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
i HB?S YfTJB
and Honolulu, and Brisbane. Q., are
From Sydney and Brlabano for
Victoria and Vancouver
MOANA October 23
. JAS.F.M0RaA5Pres. Ckjiz, F.HesTAoeSec.
Chas. H. Ateestox, Auditor. W. H. HooosTreas. and Mgr.
HLJSTACE & GO ltd:
iiilm in F1REWQ0S; STOKE, STEM and BUCKSMITil'S CBIL
WHOESATE AND TVBTATT. i
Special Attention iHven to Braying. "White and Blaei Sand.
.Malir 295 "QUEEN STREET