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tKdm m 1 1 fc H. JT V III
busy days on the -water front
TUB late set is to have a penchant
of foiling ob Sunday. The peace
auu euiKode of a Sabbath day In this
upright coaneBity was broken by the
arrival of three reaaeVs. two from the
Ooaa. aad one from a foreign port.
From early morning until darkness
bad again settled over the shipping
district, there was a continuous performance
of activity within the
of the harbor. At day break the
Mg freighter American sailed for
Day. The bark Annie Johnson
aad ahip Emily P. Whitney followed
with cargoes of sugar for San Francisco,
while the schooner Charles EL
Falk sailed for the Sound and the
ychooner W. J. Patterson for Eureka.
Included in the arrivel6 of Sunday
was the barken tine Archer which came
inside the harbor in the morning,
a fifteen days trip from San Francisco.
The Archer met with Eorae
rough weather upon nearing the
The Archer left the Coasi port
on the same day as the Santiago,
aad ber skipper. Captain Calhoun, was
greatly surprised when he learned
from Captain Engalls of the Santiago
that he bad been in port nearly a week
and bad a goodly portion of his cargo
discharged. At first Captain Calhoun
was Inclined to believe that the bark
most have secured the services of a
tow from one of the
liners to have made her extraordinarily
fast trip down. The gales played
havoc with one of the Archer's topgallant
sails on the way down, although
the greater part of her journey
was rather uneventful. She brings n
cargo of general merchandise of about
1IHM) tons. Yesterday the crew put in
considerable time In repairing sails
which bad been ripped by the fierce
The schooner Ajoha. Captain Fry
in command, was another vessel
reaching port. The Aloha left San
Francisco last month for Kailua, Ha
7. . ; .7 :..-. . .-i
wan, ana arrivea ui uiui vun aiiei ,
days trip. Discharging
her onrgo for that port she sailed for
Kaanapali and then came to Honolulu
to discharge some small freight and
The Aloha ran into some vory rough
and Btorray weather during the time
h has been in the Islands. Her trip
from Lahalna to this port was made
under great difficulty. Tho Aloha
commenced discharging about 700 tons
of general freight for Honolulu consignors
lp the hold of the German ship LIta,
which arrhed off the harbor yesterday
morning, is a cargo of 2700 tons of
glass, corrugated iron, wines, liquors
and Imported goods and merchandise.
Captain Harms states that his vessel
had a pleasant voyage throughout h"r
long ruu from Hnmburg to this port,
except while rounding the Horn. The
tirao consumed on tho trip was 133
days. The Lita rounded the Horn in
tifeen days, during which time she
was storm and temptest tossed. It
was at this time that the Lita lost
her foresheots as well as some minor
damage being sustained by the fierce
gales which prevailed. From the time
tho equator was crossed the Lita met
with pleasant weather and fine seas.
She avoided the greater part of tho
atorm which has hold the Islands with-la
its grasp for ten days past. The
vessel was moored in the stream and
will remalu there for several days,
awaiting a berth In tho harbor, which
at tho present time Is crowded to its
capacity. The greater part of the cargo
brought br the Lita is consigned
to Haekfld & Company. The three
passongers brought by the vessel were
released yesterday after having compiled
with all customs and Immigration
Sierra to Dock at Channel Wharf.
The Sierra will be the first ot the
Oceanic stoamtihlps to, bo taken to the
Channel wharf upon ber arrival iom
W.. V.lAMt.e Ha,. will ..... lit. .... li- ...
kUJ3 su Hiiro. .4 v,,ew
charged at the new wharf in place of
tho accuatomtd Oceanic dock, it wm
be from this ixrfnt that intending pas
seBgers and freight will have to board
tho vessel As the Slorra touches
Brisbane. Queensland, now an Infected
port. iAe willbe obliged to comply
with the same regulations as the Canadian-Australian
Royal Mail steamers.
It is to be hoped that tho Public
WorVta Department will see their way
clear to make the needful repairs on
thtt road leading to the Channel wharf.
The thoroghtRrt has been something
tartlble tor all persons whoec business
calls them in that part of the city.
Pcdostrlautem is out or the question.
Pitfalls lay to wait for the unsophisticated
ccltet. The Journey in a hack
couwe a Ion gdlstanre from being a
flream of bliss. The expenditure or
labor and macadam vonld work
in the Counsel wharf.
The brig Tanner will probably get
Away for Port Blakeley today. The
""Tanner was taking on a quantity qf
l)er ks ballast at Irmgard wharf
Tho liark S. C Allen will uot get
aw&v for San Francisco much hefore
the4 latter part of next wetk. She will
wait for tome sugar now on Maul The
Allen will have a nambcr ot passengers
for the Coast.
Tho aaanal seating of the Wilder
Steamship Company, which was to
havg xb held yesterday afternoon,
for the consideration ot several Important
baslness matters. . was postponed
uatil today. In addition to a report
to be presented by President
Wight,- fhe report of tho committee
which conferred with representatives
of the Inter-Island company regarding
the consolidation of the two companies
under one management, will come
up for hearing. It is possible some
program will be suggested whereby
an agreement may be made with the
Inter-Island Navigation Company for
conducting business under Joint management
Lightning Strikes Marconi Apparatus.
Useful as the Marconi signalling on
Shins i ftlrpnrfw nni mt?h mnra ca.
ful as It will become when longer dis -
tances can be traversed. It is not
without Its dangers, says the London
Leader. This was discovered by H.
M. S. Glofy, now on the China station.
Recently she encountered a
storm of typhonic violence off
The lightning struck the Marconi
apparatus which Bhe carries and
wrecked It xbout two-thirds of it
became detached and crashed to the
deck. Fortunately, at the time that
particular bit of deck was clear, and
no one was struck. In the tropics,
with their constant heavy thunderstorms,
the Marconi apparatus will
a particularly good striking point
for the lightning, and thus another
danger will be addad to the many that
surround the gallant tar. Maybe,
though, that "the little cherub who
sits aloft, keeping watch o'er the life
of poor Jack," will see fit to perch on
the Marconi rod and ward off any
electrical cross-current that may be
In the air.
Bonus for Iowa's Men.
On board the battleship Iowa, which
was recently at Panama, are sixty-five
time-experienced men who are receiving
a bonus in order to keep them
on the vessel while sh? lenialns in
Southern waters. Sailors, firemen,
marines and mechanics are included
in thA ltct nf fhnca fimn nf nn
:r ." .: - r" ."""" ""v "l -"
usiment tins expired. They are now
receiving 25 per cent additional pay
ror the t'me they put in. The Iowa
lays off Panama absut three and one-half
miles, close to two small islands.
The men aie kept strictly on board
and are not allowed to go ashore, for
fear of yellow fever, which is greatly
dreaded in that climate.
Kinau Sails Wednesday.
The sailing of the Wilder steams-hip
Kinau has been deferred until
Wednesday. The vessel will await
tho closing of the meeting of
the Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association,
which continued its sessions
over until today. A large number of
tho representatives of the varfous
plantations In the Territory will return
in the Kinau to Maui and Hawaii
ports when Bhe sails Wednesday noon.
It is believed that the Kinau will make
a quick trip and prompt discharge of
her cargo in order that she may return
to Honolulu at her usual time Saturday
Hawaii Took Water.
Reports brought from Hawaii by the
Claudine state that the Wilder steamer
Hawaii was still weather bound
at Mahukona when that vessel sailed
for Honolulu. The Hawaii was obliged
to run into the roughtest kind of
weather in making the port, and upon
her arrival Captain Bennett found
that the vessel had six inches of water
in her hold. While it is believed the
steamer has not had her seams opened,
it was. considered expedient to remain
within shelter until the storm
had somewhat abated.
Kimball Was in Distress.
The severity of the weather in the
Molokal channel caused the schooner
Alice Kimball to put back for Honolulu
in distress. The vessel left here
Saturday for Hana and Kahulul with
general cargo. The fierce gales which.
swept the channel carried away a
uon oi me iore anu main rigging, ine
Kimball left on htr regular run yes
terday evening, all repairs having
Change in Inter-Island Time.
The Inter-Island steamers, leaving
for Hawaii and Kauai ports, have deferred
"sallinsr owing to the meeting
ot the Hawaiian Sugar Planters now
in session in this city. The Hall and
the Makee ha postponed their sailing
time unttl 5 o'clock and the
will sail Thursday at 5 o'clock" for
Kauai. The Mauna Loa's time has
been postponed from 10 o'clock today
until S p. m.
j SHIPPING. NOTES. I
O . O
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The Jane L. Stanford has left
In ballast for the Sound.
The schooner W. J. Patterson sailed
for Grays Harbor Sunday In "ballast
Among the departures Sunday was
the schooner Char'es E. Falk, which
sailed for Eureka In ballast
The bark Annie Johnson left for the
Coast Sunday moraine, taking: a
quantity of sugar for the refineries.
The ship Emily F. Whitney got
away for San Francisco Sunday with
a quantity of sugar for Coast re
The Oceanic steamship Ventura
from San Francisco is expected to arrive
-The ship Benjaaln.F. Packard hs
completed discharging her cargo of
coal 'at the axvy. slip. Captain Alteit
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER to, 1901.
clear. "Wtad light; north-east.
is awaitisg advices from the Coast
malte to arrive Wednesday. It is possible
that the vessel will be dispatched
to Chile for a cargo of nitrates.
The Claudine encountered some
pretty rough weather in making her
home port Sunday from Maui Heavy
jseas and fierce gales: prevailed at all
Parser Ferguson of the saeamer "W.
G. Hall reports the -following sugar
left oa Kauai as ready for shipment:
K. S. 1L. 5JS(K) bags; V. IL. 600. and
McBryde, 200 bags.
The Hall met with rough weather
while discharging her cargo at Eleele
on her last trip. Rousn seas and
strong north-east winds were encoun
tered while crossing the channel.
The barkentine Rnth Peterson sailed
from i'ah'ukona on November 12th for
San Francisco with a cargo consisting
of L2SS,135 lbs. sugar, valued at $30,-661
.21; 1S2 hides, $537.62; total value.
A half dozen rollers for the Maui
Sugar Company will leave by th
Claudine on her next trip to Maui.
The new mill at Huelo is rapidly nearing
completion, and the work of grinding
will soon commence.
Included in the freight brought by
the steamer Claudine was the fol
lowing: Two mill rollers. 416 pack
'aces railroad track and wheels. 62
ti4m rn 1HA horfl tftrrt S? hIfYf4 T
( horse, and 154 packages suiir
I ARRIVALS. J
Sunday. November 17.
Am. schr. Aloha, Fry. from Lahaina
and Kailua at 6:40 a. m.
German ship Lita, Harms, 133 days
from Hamburg at 1:30 p. m.
Am. bktn. Archer. Calhoun, 15 days
from San Francisco at 11 a. m.
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports at 3:58 a. m.
Schr. Alice Kimball, from Kahulul.
Str. Claudine, Parker, from Maui
Sunday, November 17.
Am. schr. W. J. Patterson, Pearson,
for Astoria. t
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, Engels, for
Am. schr. Charles E. Falk,
for the Sound.
Am. ship Emily F. Whitney, Brig-man,
for San Francisco.
S. S. American, Morrison, for
at 6:15 a. m.
Monday, November IS.
Str. Niihau, Thompson, for Kilau-ea.
at 5 p. m.
Str. Waialeale, Piltz. for Elesle,
Str. Lehua, Napala, for Molokal
ports, at 5 p. m.
Schr. Malolo, for Hanalei and
at 4 p. m.
Schr. Lady, for Koolau ports at 5 p.
Tuesday, November 19.
Str. Mauria Loa. Simerson, for Lahaina,
Maalaea, Kona and Kau ports
Str. W. G. Hall. S. Thompson, 'for
Kauai ports at 5 p. m.
Str. Claudine, Parker, for Maui
ports at 5 p. m.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Searle. for Koolau
ports at 5 p. m.
S. S. Sierra. Houdlette. fqr San
Francisco, probably sail in the evening.
DUE TODAY. I
Tuesday, November 19.
S. S. Doric, from the Orient, probably
arrive in the a. m.
S. S. Sierra. Houdlette. from the
Colonies, due in the morning.
1 PASSENGERS TO ARRIVE.
From San Francisco, per steamship
Ventura. November 20: Mrs. G. D.
Grant Miss Ashecroft. J. C. Cohen and
wife. Miss Bulkley, J. B. Reed and
wife, H. J. Nolte, Miss Noltc, Mrs. H.
pampbell. Miss Crozler. E. A. Baldwin
and wife, MIs3 Dutton, Miss Bates, H.
F. Dutton and wife, C. G. Weber. F.
L. Hoogs. B. Lathrop, A. Roundy. J. F.
Hackfeld. H. Macfarlane. Miss
Miss Dunn, A. K. Guln, B. K.
Smith, Miss N. Degehau, Miss
Kitchen. D. S. Fairchild. J. A. Tucker,
John McCljesney, G. Kunst, Rev. O.
Kruger and wife, Mrs. H. Deacon. Mrs.
D, Walters, Miss Brunton, Mrs. A.
Herbert. Miss Berry and sister. Miss,
B. Symons, M. Rosenblatt, A. J.
Simpson, Dr. Mahoney, M. M. Stern.
Miss Hopper. Mrs. K. Lister. Mrs. L.
Marks and two children. Mrs. G. A.
Fisher and daughter. Miss A. Morgan.
Miss L. Morgan. "A. J. Wilson and
wife, C. B. Newton. M. Rosenberg-. L.
Samun, F. L. Waldron. H. W. Robinson.
E. M. Watson. B-Wather and
wife, J. Nepal. Dr. W. F. MUes. W.
Jones. Dr. E. G. TibbittV E. T Miles.
W. Jones. Dr. E. Woods. E. Hogan,
Mrs. A. Herbert, Mrs. Walters.
1 PASSENGERS ARRIVED, j
From Maul oorts, oer steamer
dine. Nor. 17 C- D. Lufkln. K
Glerdrum. M. D. Lowell, C H. Jn-
nines. Mrs. Sheldon and child. Ml"
Hattfe Sheldon. Mrs P. H.
Sheldon. Charles Hel". John iMrin.
w; p.. Morton. H. RobToTt. H A.f
Vawick. A. SHclalr. Chitr Sht J
t'nnng ''nee. -. Hprti na
child. Yousc Ram. C. Arade. F G-!
" G. G. Leone, wife snd ch"d .
Mehen'a, t, Abo-; Mon Sing. K.
Howell, aad 15 deck.
From. Kauai pot'. pr stanr W.
G HalL Nov. X. Wilroi; K.
Webr. W. N. Grsra. Mrs J- AMo
Jr, Ml- M. a A. RI Dr.
Praxt, H. F. Havselden, W. T. Lucas,
E SL Boyd aad wife, Mrs. Strels and
servant. Chow Y&ex. C AciioBg. A- W.
Dow, A. T. R. Jacksee. G. ,W. Pattoc
Ah Chang; Tad Hov'H. P. Baldwin.
S. Ball. John Passable. R. J. Buchanan.
Dr. HatchinsoB. P. McLane,
Ml Lend, A. Edsmaa. Mrs. Jarria.
Mrs. M. Costa. 3 R. Travis, J. C
Jerves. G. Chaar Sur. Kodana. Henry
Loo Kong, Ah Chow, Charles Maka-
nui. and SO deck.
From Maui and Moiosai ports, per
str. Lehua, November 17 O. Tallesoa,
O. S. Meyer. E. Rankle, and 21 dec.
From Hamburg: per ship Leta. Nov.
17. J. Halbekoth. wife and child.
PASSENGERS BOOKED. t
For San Francisco, per steamship
Sierra. November 19: Mrs. C
ser. Miss A. Widemann. Fathers M. J.l
Boarman and E. A. Megevney. Miss;
McNear. Miss Wilcox. E. A. Delhi. J.
J. Sullivan. 3Iiss F. Guinane. W L.
Stanley. J', p. Rich. Miss P. Hall. Mrs.
N. J. Palmer and child. A. D. Baldwin.
A. H. Irving. H. A. "Weiss, Father Maurice.
John Erickson Miss Russell. J.
W. Thomas. B. Wood. Mr. Cameron
and wife. Paymaster Phillips. F. K.
Hunt and wife. K. Hirayama. William
Smellie and wife. Mrs. L. L. Cooke, A.
N. Campbell. N. P. Whitney, R. R.
Berg, a E. Blair.
MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS.
Dcrc yame. From
Nov. 20 VENTURA San Fran
" 23 HONGKONG M San Fran
" Viotor'i P- C
" .10 ALAMEDA San Fraa
" .10 CHINA San Fran
Dec 10 DORIC San Fran
" 11 SIERRA San Fran
" IS NIPPON MARH.-.San Fran
" 21 MIOWERA... Victoria. B. 0.
" 21 ALAMEDA San Fran
" 20 PERU San Fran
Dale. Jr'ome. For
Nov. 19 SIERRA San Fran
" 10 DORIC San Fran
?0 MIOWEUA ...Victoria. B. a
" 3IARU San Fran
Dec 3 PERU SanFran
" 4 ALAMEDA SanFran
" 10 SONOMA SanFran
" 10 COPTIC SanFran
" IS AORANGI Victoria. B. C.
" 20 AMERICA MARU. .San Fran
' 27 CITY OF PEKING. San Fran
" 31 VENTURA SanFran
Honolulu Stock S Bend Exchange.
Mondav. November 1$, 1901
MERCANTILE. Bid. Asked
C Brewer & Co $7... 5423
N. S. Sachs" D. G. Co. 100
Ewa Plan. Co . .
Haw. Agricul. Co. h . . 300
Hawaiian Sugar Co..., 27
Haiku Sugar Co 200"
Kahuku Plantation Co., 24 hi
Klhei Plan. Co., Ltd... 9V
Kipahulu Sugar, Co 105
Koloa Sugar Co --- 170
McBryde Sugar Co.Ld. .-
Oahu Sugar Co....... 95
Ookala Sugar Co.....
Olaa Sugar Co.. pd.... 11'
Olowaln Compan3 .... 14C
Paia Plantation Co 200
PepeGkeo Sugar Co.... 173
Pioneer Mill Co 90
Pioneer Mill Co, As.. 45
Walmanalo Sugar Co. .
Waimea Mill Co 75
Inter-Island S. N. Co.. 35
H. R. T. & L Co 100
Haw. Govt, 5 per cent. . 97
H. R. R. Co. Con. 6 p. c. 100
H. R. T. & L. Co 100
Ten Waimanalo. $160; 50 Olaa, as,.
50 Olaa. as., $2.
Jumped on a Ten-Penny Nail.
The little daughter of J. N. Now-ell
jumped on an "Inverted rake made
of nails and thrust one nail
entirely through her foot and a second
one half way through. Chamberlain's
Pain Balm was promptly applied and
five minutes later the pain had disappeared
and no more suffering was ex-1
perienced. In three days the child
was wearing her shoe as usual and
with absolutely no discomfort. Mr.
Powell is a. well known merchant of
Frankfort, Va., U. S. A. Pain Balm
is an antiseptic and heals such injuries
without maturation and In one-third
the time required by the usual
treatment. For sale by all druggists
and dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., agents for Hawaii j
New Ice Cream Parlors.
G. Camarinos has recently open
ed up a dainty and neat ice cream!
parlor, corner of Alakea and King, j
Everything clean and tasty. Ice!
cream, cool drinks, etc Don t fail to '
drop In. j
Here Is something of interest la youTJ
e nave just received a Btupment of
Gomes & McTiaKE
K IIK ST: PMIEIIUII4I.
FAJHtiT TKABB SUPPIJSD.
TIDES, MUX AJTD 3C003T.
f lbf $?
Si 57SiSr s- 5
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Si 2.6 1JM ? 2 $.. 3JT 3JS1
Saa .1 2.5TT I2 3.C .30jS it;s.k, ' -
SX3. ajtirc.n ;ja
Tull TIooc oa thv SSlh. sX I Ht p. ta.
mm railway m urno go;
From and After January 1, 1901
Dally Dally Dally Dally Daily
Stations. ex ex
-am am ,.am .-. pm, pm
Hocclulu 9:10 9d5x 11:53 3:15. 5-10
Teaz Cltr .83 9rtS -11:40 3:fi "530
EwaMIU 8:33 Wi '12:W :DS 6:1?
Walonae 10.53 - ..... 4H5
Walalua 11:25 S:t3
Ka&ufcu 15:32 6113
Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations. ex ex
am am KOI
Walalua 6:10 2:30
Walanao T:10 3:55
Ewa XtUl 3:50 7:15
PearlCSty CU3' 6:03 1-JO
Honolulu 3:20 8:35 23 5:22
G. P. DENISON, a SMITH.
Superintendent. T. & T. A.
KING STREET LINE.
Can; leave WaikiK. 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 to
tho Punahou Stables.
0-s leave Rifle Range or Pawaa
switch for Town at 5:58 a, m. and
every 15 minutes thcrafter till 11:0S
Cars 'oave 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 Waikiki at
15:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till
:;9:45 D m.. then at 10:1FT nni
p. m. The 11:15 p. m. from Palama
for Punahou only goes to Waikiki on
Cars leave Fort and King streets
corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and
5:50 a. m.
Cars leave Fort a.d King streets
.corner for Waikiki 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
tp. m. goes to Waikiki 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 hour and half hout
cars which run from the Stable.
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6:1Q,
6:30, 6:50 a. m., and every 10 minutes
thereafter till 10:50 p. m.
Cars leavo 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. m. Aftorthat the cars
run to the Stable up to 11:05 p. ra.,
which Is the last car from Town,
reaching the Stable at 11:30 o. m.
Not keep your horse at the
Where the feed is good, the conditions
sanitary, attention prompt and kind,
'and RATES MODERATE.
JAMES B10WX, Proprietor.
THE ALOHA SALOON
DOIVX BY THE IROX HTORKS.
For a Good, Tasty Schooner
ILEKIE II3S., Frifriittre.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers are aotifted that a sew
freight schedule will go lata effect c
aad after December 1st, 191.
Informatics ia regard-to changes ia
latea can be obialaed at the office et
the coraer Fort, ad Qea
. C. L. WIGHT.
ins, modeling, ttc.
Bring It right la. we can do IL
Ih lite Cirriifi mi
Mtckiie Gutjuiy, " stmt
J. W. SCHOEKING, Manager.
of work; repair-
and leave this port as are32er:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Teas, Nov.
ALAMEDA Wed, Dec.
SONOMAl Tuss, Dec
The steamers of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA.. Sat. Nov. 20 is
ALAMEDA Sat, Nov. 29 4
In connection "with the sailing of tne aboxe steaners tne agents are prf M
pared to Issue, to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS "r
any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United Stateaaad from
New York by any steimship line to all European porta.
1 FOR FURTHER PAli.IMJLAKS APPLY TO
WM. G. ntWTN" & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Oo.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaiahe
Steamers of the abovo Companies will call at Honolulu and thtu
port on or abort the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU November 2S DORIC November 19
CHINA November 30 NIPPON MARU November 25
DORIC December 10 PERU ...December 3
NIPPON MARU December IS COPTIC December 10
FOR- GENERAL INFORMATION APPLV TO
Hrfiackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADINA.
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W.- and calling at Victoria, B. C, and Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q, ar
From Vancouver and Victoria for
Brisbane and Sydney
MOANA , November 23
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu tc Canada, United State
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVEES & CO.,
GENERAL A GENTS,
From Sydney and Brisbane for
Victoria and Vancouver
MIOWERA November .9
S. S. Go
Jons, to sail about October 20.
tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
tons, to sail about Januarv
tons,,to sail about .
wharf. Forty-second Strttt. South
!NEW YORK TO
TIE SPLEIBil MEW STEEL STE1MES
S. S. Hawaiian, 6000
S. S. Oregon-tax, U000
i. S. Cu.iFoitxi.iy, (5000
S. S. American, G000
Freight received at Company's
Brooklyn, at all time.
For Further Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Aent. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Jas. F. M oroas, Pres. Cecii. Bbowx, P. Hcjtack, bee.
Cfus. H. Athesto?, Auditor. W. H. Hooo3.Treaa. aad Mjrr
HUSTACE & CO ltd.
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