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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1902.
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Ar.ATT, CLOSES TODAY TOE OTHER ISLANDS.
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For
Sydney and Auckland .
Subject to change.
Steaizer.
Ventura ...
Mall closes.
4:CO p. m.
Str. sails
5:00 p.m.
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COAST AJST) FOREIGN TEASELS ES" PORT.
Arrived Vessel.
I Captain.
f Wharf, f Destination.
Unusual Current Reported By the Officers
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Irmgard. bkt 'Sehmldt Stream !Saa Francisco
Ceylon, bk. Wilier f OH Flshmrktf Hilo
Bocoipn. schr. .fOlsec jAllen Puget Sound .
Ckas. E. Moody... ! Rasracssen "Railway (Paget Sound.
&an Francisco.
Paget Sound . .
San Francisco.
Paget Sound.
In distress.
Alden. Bessie, bk 'Mackle 'Railway
Robert Lewers, schr
C. D. Bryant. bk....J
Joseph Russ........!
31'Hesper, bk. ..
Jan. 1 J Florence, ship
Underwood ....Allen
Coiley jSorensons ..
Petersen I Navy Whf 1.
IFrils Railway
.. JSpJcer Railway PagetSonnd.
KALIHL
Hawaiian Banc! Plays Steamer Off-Large Crowd on i Oceanic, j
W-irtois of i Hflpn Company Leave lor tie Coast
Sailed lor San Francisco yesterday Afternoon. -
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Geo. a Perkins, bkt J Jensen Pavy .No. 2.. Paget Sound.
(Andrew Welcb ?Drew Brewers San Francisco.
Prince Louis, sh... Ellefsen I Stream...... j Paget Sound.
Helene, schr. i Christiansen. . . . Railway San Francisco.
Star of Bengal. bk..TJlcerg ' Wilders "Paget Sound.
Alta, bkt 'Throaagle IStreara j Paget Sound.
Newsboy, bkt fChipperfield ...'Allen f Puget Sound.
Golden Shore, schr. Rasmassen.... (Railway j Puget Sound.
Tillie Starbuck, shiji Curtis Brewers JSan Francisco
Agnes, ship JHenike i Irmgard San Francisco
Hawaiian, str. (Bacfield Railroad 'New York.
Hyades. str. 'Garlick Pacific Mail 1 Kahului.
Inca. schr. i Rasmussen Stream. j Puget Sound.
U. S. S. Mohican... Cowden j Naval row...) On a cruise.
As a Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots of attention since the
Hapid Transit Co., built their extension.
See the Gulick Tract
Before baying buildii g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality "healthy, every
facility, electric cars. wate laid. etc.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. -R. GULICK.
F. O. BOX 15.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
TIME TABLE.
U. S. S. Iroquois. . . . Rodman j Naval row . . j Stationary.
Tks Oemalc Company's Mail
MgiitT Sterra arrived at Honolulu
early yterday orarnlag from Aus
trtllaa ports. Sbe left Sydney on
4wry . aim mm very dm weamer SIorra and had a great send
between that port and Auckland, off from their comrades of the troop
The 6M were very heavy and the Honolulu.
venel strained a good deal, the Si- The Sierra brought the following
rra being competed to slow down t passengers for Honolulu: Rev. Dean
aad heave to for about six hours. ! Grogan, Geo. Browne, W. W. Knight
Between Auckland and Pago Pago j W. G. Sears. Mrs. W. G. Sears, G. C.
iae -Sierra experienced continual Spilsbury.
mirotr N K. winda with heavy cross ' The current which has been
were allowed on board the vessel, vances. The steamer's engines are'
, The Hawaiian band played the working In splendid shape and she
i steamer off, and the Sierra sailed logged between fifteen and sixteen
1 amid a real battle of flowers. A part knots all the time except when she f
j of the Hogan company went away was slowed down. At this speed the I
! .ft Fit 1 . f -..... .......4 I ......... aaa3 .a .nt lln. -fft Tl t I
westward from twenty to thirty-five'
miles a day.
The following freight was discharg-,
ed here: 1 case manufactures. 24 '
cases beer, C vanlla cuttings, 7 cases ,
champagne, 1 case stout, 100 sacks
of onions, C cases billiard goods, 40,
cases butter, 1 case clothing, consign-
WEATHER REPORT.
VENTURA
.HN. MOOX A2TD SEA alameda
blEKKA ..
re-ar-
Tfme
She left Pago Psgo on Jan. 13. ' ported here by other steamers
from Sydney to Honolulu 14 riving from the colonies and Orient
days, 10 hours and 36 minutes; from was also noticed by the officers of
Pago Pago to Honolulu C days and 2 ! the Sierra, and they say that It is
hours. At this port only pasengers growing stronger as the season ad-
Mean Temperature 69.3.
Minimum Temperature 62.
Maximum Temperature 7S.
Barometer 30.00; falling.
Rainfall 0.00.
Mean Dew Point 63.7.
Mean Relative Humidity 74.
Wind.
East-northeast; 2.
Weather.
DAT (5
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The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as cereoade:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN F.IANC.'SCO.
lS 1501.
.Wed, Jan. 52 SIERRA Tua&, Jan. 21
.Sat, Feb. 1 ALAMEDA Wad!, Feb. 5
Wed.. Feb. 12 SONOMA Tues.. Feb. 11
x ? ALAMEDA Sat., Feb. 22 ALAMEDA Wed.. Nor 2d
H. SONOMA Wed, Mar. 5 VENTURA Ths Mar i
x ?s ALAMEDA Sat., Mar. 15 ALAMEDA WtL, Mar 19
S S? VENTURA Wtd Mar. 26 SIERRA Tues.. Mar 25
AixA.uxu.a. ai., AyiiL AiiUlCUA WM April 9
.B.rn. rja.lpja.!a.m. Sct SIERRA Wed.. April IS SONOMA Tuesu. April IB
I .11 AtuUl.UA 3SL. ADTH -O AIA.MKIIA U'aH AnMl It
i163 s.ij !.,. MS!6.05. 3.13 1 -. VENTURA Tuasl May I
9.1- l.S 0.1! 1.38' T.32 9.W6.403.43 4.1i '
ed to W. G. Irwin & Co., Hawaiian , evening.
News Co. and A. Mitchell.
The Sierra sailed for San Francis
co at two o'clock yesterday after-loon.
Cloudv, with slight showers m the ' i !
Odw. w .t"
ilo:
Tues.
Wed. 52' 2 M. 2.2 2.1S S.23' 9. 6.W) 5.11 3 It '
i I ! I ! ill n-!
. Thur23 3.2T 2.2 3.3s 9.11.10 22 6.40 5 6 CD
1 ; I ' . I i i i
i Frl .. 21 4.03 2.1 126 10 08 10.56 6.10 5.15 6 56
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Forecast for Today.
n.ra ip.m ' i
11 11.2 IU.50 6 33 5 16 T.51
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Sua 5.23 1.S 6 03 12.03 11.10 633 5.17 3 16
S'j II
Light winds and variable weather. ' 27 6 oi-1 6 s 57 12 10 6 39'5 t; 9 ?.
Full moon on the 23rd at 1 36 p. ni.
MOHICAN SAILORS
ENJOY THE SIGHTS
I rive San Francisco Sept. 10. 'Places
1 starred are those to which mall may
BOYS COME ASHORE FOR FUN.
the Hesper, sailed for the Coast i
the Sierra yesterday afternoon.
' be sent Yokohama, double starred. The boys of the Mohican drew $6,-
Is the only port requiring foreign i 000 yesterday with which thev pro
' postage; the others require domestic P3e to have a good time while at
1 . . . . ... .' Honolulu.
' postage simply, xne saie permanent -
AT DIAMOND HEAD,
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather-
clear. Wind light, north.
address of tho ship is Ferry Station.
San Francisco, Cal.
Visit Orpheum and Hear the Band.
Over' Three Hundred Future ' CTITppTir T TTTPT Y
Sailors Itinerary of the Vessel's (
Intended Cruise in Pacific.
The big dredger for the Pearl Har
bor works will be ready to be moved
to the entrance of the harbor on
Thursday or Friday.
i Koebele, Mr. Whitehouse, J. Mallon,
W. R. Case, a E. Palmer, Adam Lind
say, D. B. Masenhacle. For MaUena:
:: "" , N. W. Aluli. For the Volcano: G. A.
Am. schr. Honoipu. Olsen, for Ele- Buss c H Buss For Kawaihae;
ele, to load sugar in afternoon. Master R s SteeIe and 2 daughters.
' For Mahukona: Miss f. M. Pope, T. S.
du Bose. For Lahaina: C. C. Steph
enson.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the aceats nr
prepared to Issue to Intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS
by any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States
and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
LDIirED
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Vessels Due Today
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
' Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Str. Albion, Erickson, from
I
ALONG WATERFRONT: 2
., ... .. . . RtPamPM n? iha ohnvn Pnmmntds will tnlt ... ir. ?.!. . . .
cnn fer str. uiauame, januarv zi, ior . , "j- -- -. -iv, .,.. Vun m ouoiuju anu leave can
oan .... . . . port on or about the dates below mentioned-
nri a: .1 t uAMn .'f. .. . . I lnlmlitT Aire nltor l nwrin nml .
iiie laeuung ui iuk lyjussuuicuicuo rrancisco, uue. ... -..-. ....v. .... . poR QHINA AND JAPAN.
Union which was to have been held, g. c Ventura Havward from San'cnlI(1- Master D. Morton, Master B. r.&vi IP TAV. ,
.at the drill shed yesterday evening pn;-- ,1llp ; Martin, Master T. Cockett, Matser K. HONGKONG MATlTT." .".""" VeV r
as postponed indefinitely on ac-l Morton. Master H. Morton. Henrv AI-' CHINA PER 14
vilcox illness.
KINAU DEPARTS FOR HAWAII
CftpUin Harrj" Flint of the harbor i
police had . a busy time yesterday
rounding up a number of sailors from , ,
the training ship Mohican, who had Masters and Pilots Unfurl Admiral's
f count of Delegate
There are over four hundred names
now onthe rolls and It is expected
that two or three hundred more will
sien them before the next meeting. !
Vessels Sailing Today.
oremtayed their leave on Monday l
night. By noon they wore all locked!
up at the police station and will be;
tMriiedMovur to the offlcors of thp
tthip.
The boys found many attractions
in town for their -first night of shore
lve. They went to the best restau
rants, visited the Orpheum. took in
the Hawaiian band concert, and final
Flag on the Kinau Sierra Sails
For the Coast Four Steamers
Leave Port Together.
I
YOUNG HAWAIIANS'
fnriTrOT nTmnnTTTTrrrv s- G- Hyades, Garlick. for Sanj
UllfAlfOl Ulf Ufll UiUl I t Francisco via Kahului, at 5 p. m.
DORIC FEB. 22
Crockett and 2 children, C. E. King. JRU . ...? ...!!!!!!! !!!!!maR 1
M. T. Awana, .Miss L-. Awana. tor t COPTIC MAR. 20
S. S. Ventura, Havward, for the Lahaina: Mrs. J. Richardson and 4, AMERICA MARU MAR! 28
Colonies this afternoon. children, Mrs. J. M. Ihihi. For NTahi-' jH aprii '
Str. Kaiulani, Dower, for Mahu- ku: W. A. McKay. For liana: N. , HONGKONG MARU APRIL
kona and Hamakua ports at 5 p. m. Omsted.
kue. Miss N. M. Singleton, Mrs.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC JAN 31
NIPPON MARU FEB 8
PERU FEB 22
COPTIC MAR A
AMERICA MARU MAR 11
PEKING MAR. IS
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL S
CHINA APRIL II
P
1 crowded with visitors, business men.
ly boarded tho eloctrlc cars and head-, longshoremen sailors, and hacks and
od for Punnhou. 1 vendors of Iels. The Hawaiian band
Some of them visited Pacific, ""' " "" "" '"c "" " '
Holghts, while others found their
Yesterday was one of the busiest ' , . .
days the city's waterfront ,has CAPTAIN COWDEN MAKES OFFER PaSSengerS WhoAlTlVed
known for a long time. All day long1 j
the streets down bv the bav were Will Add Dozen Hawaiian Youths to From the Colonies, per str. Sierra.
His Floatinq School Opportun, , Jan- 21 Rev. Dean Grogan; George
way to the Railroad wharf, took a
TO ARRIVE.
At Honolulu from San Francisco or
Victoria.
Ventura January 22
Gaelic January 28
Alameda February 1
Hongkong Maru February 6
I
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
wharf at noon, and the steamer Sier-
j ra presented a very pretty and at-1
l ffnitlvn n nnrnrn Tltfl lnnnl 'ViAV1
band In an argument between union. """"" "'""""'- "- " "-'"t
and non-union sailors, and finally of E,ks was nrescnt in force to bid,
1 ill T n 'I ft I n rx9 r Tlnwi.At.
tamltk! in the rltv lmstile. But the ',,u"" lu A -"" n""9'
iw.w-.Hr f tho vc -n ori.niiAn n Promptly at n-on the Kinau cas
a whole. Thev hav all fallen in love, her 1Incs and sailed for H1, aml a-v
... . .."... . ' norts with n eond nnssonrer list. .ut "
witn tiie oHjmai of tne I'acmc. mere - ", . .",. ,, tain Cowden ill receive a prompt
ar l,.,fu.in 9AA anil d(M rnf-V- ( nn I " ,v'-' "-".? -...". v"u. ,....v-
iHMird the MohlcHn. Thev are most-
' Brnirnn tt T VntcrHf TV n. Circ . -0--0 -- - -
ity for Good Career Food, Cloth-' ' -"o"-. - ". c., b!erra February iz
Mrs. W. G. Sears. G. C. Spilsburg. China February 14
mg and Education Provided. '1 M Februarv 15
Doric February 22
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Agents.
Captain Cowden. of the training I PaSSengerS Who Departed. Alameda February 22
, . ., , ' ! Nippon Maru March 4
ship Mohican, is anxious to add a doz- Sonoma March 5
en Hawaiians to his floating school.. For San - Francisco, per S. S. Sier- Peru March 12
He mentioned the fact yesterday to ra: Miss J. Adams, William Brew- Alameda March 15
ster. W. H. Blakely, J. Collins, Mr. YentUra '!!!!!!!!:!!!!!!! !!!March 26
and Mrs. Sydney Clementson, Mr. America Maru .' March 23
and Mrs. Max Freed and family. Sir Alameda April 5
ICiomas Fitzeeralrt. Misspk Fitzeer- Peking April
. ff the native boatmen who are always
on the lookout for good opportunities
and there is little doubt but that Cap-
Canadian Australian
Royal Mail Line.
Ion board the Kinau about 11:30. She
ly from th Middle States and never
was boarded bv a number of mem-
answer to his offer
Clothes, food, liberal education in
Steamers Of the abovp linp rnnnlncr In rnnnontlnn trl fha CiMtninu
" n!.?5 aSS! A .pAcAfic RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B- C. and Sydney
aid, Mrs. Ann L. Folger, W. H. Ful- Slerra !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!.April IS' iVSv" and calling at Victoria, B.C.. and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G., aro
wood, Miss V. Goldstein. Mr. and Hongkong Maru !!!!! !!!!!!!ADril 22 i DUEZ AT HOFSJrJl 111 II
raw a big city until thoy landed at
San Francisco. BHt they all are en-
tnustaetie ovr their ship and their
work.
hers of tho Masters' and Pilots' As- mechanical arts and the many ' Mrs. W. A. Green. Mrs. W. P. Guth- Alameda April 26;
l-rom Vancouver and Vlrtnrla fnr ET... e.j--.- -j r?t
. . . . ---.. . I IWII4 SJ7U11CT diiu DriEDiin" ior
socaition and gathering around the branches of knowledge that an A B 'ridge, Miss Guthridge, Mrs. N. HarL ama Apru MnAV, Brisbane and sydney Victoria and Vancouver
mainmast, sent the admiral's pen-' must acquire; good wages, good com- Miss M. Haslett, J. A. Haslett, Dr. C ' TO DEPArT I ..7....:.::::::;::;:;;::::.f?:. OAXA JAN 11
nant. which was presented to George Pan' and tne broadening influence of W. Laver, H. Lengnick, H. Luchcock. .
noxkiov- iit ?iiniliv nicht flvlnp to travel promise a career In the Amer-, L. McKelvie A. Mervale H. Marquis- From Honolulu for San Francisco or ."""""" !!!!!
Th Mohican Is an old wooden ship., ,. ,.. .. '.,, ,. ,,,,, ican navy, now the cvnosure of all et. Captain E. H. Patterson, Mr. Prod- Victoria.
built In 1STJ by th United States, oftM" n,, w.nc .rDf,tn, with the powers, that has been taken ad- gqr. Miss M. Sollars, Comte and Doric January 31
Government at Marc Island. Cal. She
is lrk rigged and carries an arma-
1 much applause.
ment of 4 inch rapid fire guus, four'
The Mauna Loa sailed a little after
G-powndors . one 3-pouniler, two
j. : 1 o'clock, being delayed by the en-
vantage of by many boys of excellent Comptesse de la Taille. Mrs. J. Ver- Nippon aiaro Februar 8
training and good family. The train- lage, G. Wride, H. Wood, A. Armento, Sonoma .... ".!!!!!!!!! ".'.February 11
ing. with its consequent health of W. M. Arthur, Mrs. Butcher, M. J. Peru February 15
bodv and mind is with the adventur- Delehanty: Mrs. Green, Miss Green. Coptic February 25
ousside of the career, an Ideal op- Mrs. L. ".o Gladding. L. G. GIadding.Alamfda February 26
IwtWtxiD nrnoniHniilnr- Ic MK fpot "" """'" ""J l'l"- " " f- ...,. , . .. it ii tr j .. t tt.i. -".. u J""tu
, ...,. ..- , .... ., . 4. ,, . . . . poriunxiv ior manv oi tue younger n. nciuiau. .m. uuq jus. juun neig Ventnrn viri-Vi 1
aad brWh 37 feet. Hor meandraaito sa 0a he Mauna Loa had to J.,, - . and son, R H R yt pfi'JJ11.:::::::""".".'' 12
is 16 feot C Inches and hor displace- J'0StPne their departure for want of ffl Q H& Alameda March
polrs and two Colts. Her length ! 0rm0Us trel&1 wh!ch was sent on
Wtweoa perpendiculars is 216 feet. ! on boaru- Many people wno expecteu
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States
and Europe.
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVTES & CO.,
Limited.
GENERAL AGENTS.
,-f 1M1 . ek. sno ,o.' accommouaxion. .Mr. L.inuexman
wwr of 1JH. Her snoed canacitv- went out on her as purser in place
Is 1MB knots per hour, but hor sails ot Willie Slmerson. who stayed at
are used exdustvelv whenever thehomo ou cant of his wife's ill- . Tuesday-. Jan. 21.
wl Is favwabl. Her full comple-! noss- ' S' S' SIerra' Houdlette, from the
m.t consists of SI officers and 1S6" The Claudlne sailed for Maur ports. Colonies and Pago Pago.
wto i the Mikahala for Kaul. the Lehua t Str. Ke Au Hou, Mosher. for Eleele
Ywterday was washing dav aboard ,for -MauI and the Noeau for Lahaina and Koloa at 7:30 a. m. with 3.S00
the Mohican. When a Republican re-:at 5 'clock yesterday afternoon. - bags sugar.
aortar vtsltml tho shin thnrawnro! Tne departure of those steamers,!
Gaelic March 22
J. Morrison. Alec Marshall. W. J. uni.niI -f.. -n-v. on
. Montgomerj-. Mr. and Mrs. Rankin, China April S
Arrivals at Honolulu. J- J Koenis and chl,d MiS3 M,tfheH-
Max Von Schroder. Mr. arid Mrs. H.
H. Sharpless. Master Sharpless, A.
Wald, Mrs. W. E Winscherman. W.
F. Winscherman. M. Schanmen A. O.,
Sadkin, C. Donohue. W. G. Flanders.
Dr. Garrison and wife. Mrs. Emma
Anderson, Mrs. M. W. Kennedy. Miss
Mameda , April S
long strings of duck junipers and a having the harbor together, pre- Departures from Honolulu. C. Cronin. F. Blacketer Mrs. M. H.
trousers suspended from the fore , nted one of the pretUest marine , . Charles. Mrs. George Drennon and5
stays aad sheets. The boys were5 7,ch have cver bwa seen. suC Noeau, Pederson, for Lahaina. infant. A. Friedlander. Joseph Hy-i
vry clean aw uuy ana saoweu signs j "" Kaanapali, Kukuihaele and Honokaa man, 3IIss Eva Dennis. Miss
of good training and education. Tho barkentine Amelia sailed for at p m ,Jones Mgs B church R
The Mohka will bo hero for about Humboldt, and the schooner Honol- Schp Kaulkeaoall for PaauUo at s James Mr, and Mrs H,
tea "Says, leaxlng on January 27 for P w weoie. snoruy alter o ocioc. a m StrQng and fe Q p Bannam Wm.
Chrigtmas lland. She is due to bo' Am. bktn. Amelia. Hansen for Bnrd, H. C. Gilbert, Miss A. Smith,
beck bore for the Fourth of July. Shipping NeWS and Notes ' Humbolt in afternoon. Mrs. G. P. Lanlng. J. Baker. Jr.. Mr
FoMowtag is tho Itinerary of the , s. S. Sierra. Houdlette.' for San and Mrs. Tucker. H. C. Peckham.
Gomes
and
M.
T.
G.
Miss E. A. Peckham. J. D. Young.
Mowean's erulso: Loavo- Honolulu The KJnau m b. peat tQ the Coast Francisco at 1 p. ra.
Jaa. : arrive Christmas island Fob- tfefe vear to rebuiu. , Str. Mauna Loa. Slmerson, for La- E. a Peters. S. T. Alexander. W. Gas
niary S. lpavo Feb, 10: arrive Pago' rhfL schoonar concord Is being balna, Maalaea.Kona and Kau at- sett. J. de Costa and wife. A- Costa.
Pago February 22. leave March 9: ar- overhauled and repaired. noon. F. Ccsta. John Evans. Edward Mac-
rtw Goam April S, leave April IS; , Tbp Hyades will sail fr Kahului ' Str. Kinau, Freeman, for Hilo and farlane. S. J. Owens. Captain Soder
arrlvo Bonln April 27. leave May 2; ( at 5 o'clock this tfternooa. vray pqrts at noon. cren. E. O. Ensign. Mr. Howard, W.
anri-ro Yokoasiaa May S. leave j -j-j.,, inspectors of hHs and boiiers" Str. Mikahala, Gregory, for Kauai D. Ross. A. B. Carter. Oscar Carter.
May IS: arrive Honolulu June 23., wm be here today in the Ventura. " ' rcirts at 5 p. m. 'Daisy Evans. Ella. Williams. Madame
leave July 5; arrive 'Bremerton Aug. The schooner Moklhana "is about' Str. Claudlne, Parker, for 3Iaui Plato..
4. leave Aug. 6; arrive Victoria ' ready to receive freight for Kooiau i ports at 5 p. m. Per str. Kinau. January 21. for
Aug. 6.- leave Aug. 13; arrive Port: ports. ? Str. Lehua. Napala. for Molokal Hilo Miss Biverlv. Mrs. A. Inman.!
Angolos Aug. 13. leave SepL 4; ar-l Captain Sodergrea. late caster cf' ports ai 5 p. m. ' MisSvM. Meine, Miss G. Melne. Prof.'
McTihe
Wholesale Liquor
Merchants.
flmepican-Hawaiian S. S. Go
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEHDIQ NEW STEEL STEAHERS - -
S. S. Oregonian, G000 tons, to bail abcut Dec. 20.
S. S. California, 6000 tons, to sail about January
20, 1902.
S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. H tales
3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
Freight received at Company's wharf.
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further Particulars Apply to
Forty-second Stiet, Soata
2inz Street
Phone Main 1(0.
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
a P. MORSE. General Freight Agent. AGENTS. HONOLULU
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
CHINESE SILKS
IN
EVERY
DESIGN
AND SHADE.
I Goo
itirrfs
j Kenan i St.
i
CLOAKS,
PIANO COVERS,
CREPES,
CHINESE CURIOS.
ETC, ETC.
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