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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, SATrRP AY, MARCH II, 1914.
Geary Street, abora Union Square
European ptaa tlSOm Ajvp
American Plan $3.50 a da sp
Jfew steel and brick structure.
Third addition of hundred rooms
now buildi&g. Every comfort and
convenience. - A high claw hotel
at very moderate rates. In center
of theatre and retail district. On
car lines transferring to all parts
of city. Electric omnibus' meets
aA trains and steamers. . ..
, llMti Stfwirt rcalJ m HmfOm
f'4 Hdrtra. CkU A44rM
-Tw.U- ABC . J. H. Uv.
Kewly Benovatod Best Hotel
- 'v' ob KanaL
TOURIST TRADE SOLICITED
C IT. SriTZ i t Proprietor
A REAL C1LAXGE OF CLIMATE
can bo bad at the new boarding bouse
-: in ' . w . r
nearly 1000 feet elevation; near de
pot, grand scenery, fine baas fishing.
For particulars, address E. L. Kruss,
Wahiawa, Phone 469.
Under the Management of
J. H. HERTSCHE
THE TOURISTS' DELIGHT
IT rains to the Door
THAYER PIANO CO., LTD. )
. STEINWAY ;
r AND OTHER PIANOS. A
US Hotel Street Phone 2313
: J I :Cii :s n 2y Co f fee Co-
Dealers In 014 Kona Coffee
' ZIERCIIAKT ST. HONOLULU
Lcdfes Panama Hats
HONOLULU HAT CO.
" r 36 Hotel SL -
If nssbands only knew the
j leisure their wltes " wenM
tate ia a sown. made by DATI
SOX, raotheon .Bid., Fort SL
We carry the most complete line of
; BOUSE FUBMSI1ISG GOODS
. . In the city.
J1CIES GUILD CO.
'The Latest and
Best in Dry Goods
CANTON DRYGOODS CO
ITotAl RU onn.' Knrnire.' Theater
All Kinds Wrapping Tapers and
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
& SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort end Queen Streets Honolulu
phone HIS. Geo. G. Guild. Tn. Mgr.
.... Limited .
XLEXA!nER T0U50 BCILDE56
u - ETcry thing In Books"
- - Tl ETHEL ST.. NEAR HOTEL
14-4n CALIFORNIA CLIPPER 14-In.
j V . S3.95 each net
". ;' City Mercantile Co.,
. .24 Hotel.' nr. N'uuanu Phone 4206
Geo. A. Martin
Moved to Walty Bldg King St,
Rooms 4 and 5, over Welle
Fargo dL Co.
KTAR-BrXLETiX KITES TOU
.V TODAY'S AETVS TODAY
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS
OF HONOLULU PLAN.
Notice Is hereby given that pursu
ant to the provision of that certain
mortgage dated the first day of May.
A D. 1908, which was executed by
the Honolulu Plantation - Company to
the Mercantile Trust Company of San
Francisco, as Trustee, those certain
cne hundred (100) of the bonds se
cured by said Mortgage, and herelnaf
ter designated by their numbers were
on the 2d day of February, 1914. se
lected, drawn and designated for iwv
tnent and redemption in the manner
provided in said Mortgage. Said
bonds so selected, drawn and desig-jtion
rated for payment will be paid at thetEngland. Spain, Fran?c and Mexico, payment of all debts, public and pri
office of the company at No.' 503 Mar. with the exception of a local
Iaper vate,". within the kingdom of Hawaii,
ket street. Room 201, Hooker & Lent currency issued at Lahainaluna le- Further the standard silver coins of
nuilding, in the City and county of
San Francisco, State of California, at
the rate of One Thousand (1,000) dol
lars per bond and accrued interest on
the first day of May. 1914
bends shall be surrendered to the
company for payment, redemption and
cancellation as provided in said Mort
gage and interest thereon shall cease
from said first day of May, 1914. ,
The following are the numbers of
the bonds so selected, drawn and des
ignated: Numbers 2, 8, 15, 21,
24. 32. 53, 66, 83. 91. 92. 116.
123. ; 173, 195; 201, 207. 208. 219, 224.
230, .276, 277, 279, 293, 301, 302. 304,
314. 317, 322. 328, 330. 337, 340, 345,
356, 360, 363, 375, 376, 395. 408, 425,
439, 443, 443, 471, 476, 479, 492, 495,
501, 520, 530. 537, 550, 56, 581, ,600.
604, 612. 614, 625. 633. 643, 652, 661.
663, 676, 701. 710. 725, 734, 737, 742,
745, 770.775, 792, 794. 796, 800, 828,
851, 833, 863, 866. 869, 877, 882. 885,
902, 906, 911, 938, 966, 988. 996.
Vice-President Honolulu Plantation
Co, 503 Market St, 201 Hooker &
Lent Building, San Francisco, OaL
' Dated Feb. 3rd, 1914.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice Is hereby given that a new
Directory . of subscribers of the Mu
tual Telephone Company will shortly
be publishgd. -'
All subscribers desiring any change
of name or address and all Intending
subscribers are earnestly requested to
send written notice . or call in person
at the office of the Company on Ad
ams Lane, on or before Saturday,
March 21st, 1914, after which date
positively no ' changes will he made
for the new directory. v.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD,
By F. G. HUMMEL.
Honolulu, T. IL. March 4th, 1914.
5794 Mar. 4 to 21.
RESOLUTION NO: 140.
Resolved by the Board of Supervi
sors of the City and County of Hono
lulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the fol
lowing sums, amounting to One Thou
sand Four Hundred and Sixty-Five
(11,465.00) Dollars, be and the same
are hereby appropriated out. of all
moneys In the General Fund of the
Treasury for the following purposes,
to wit: ;' '
Maintenance "of roads, Hono- .
lulu district. Oiling streets. $1,000.00
Donation, Salvation . Army
Home ...... . ; ; 200.01
Expenses, Street Lighting ... 265.00
And Be It Further ' , ; s
ReSolved, that the following sums,
amounting to Twenty Thousand. One
Hundred Thirty-Seven and ; 50-100
(120,137.50) Dollars, be and the same
are hereby appropriated ou; of all
moneys in 4 the Permanent Improve
ment Fund of the Treasury for the
following purposes, to wit:
Permanent Pavement and
Bridges, Honolulu DistrlcU20,0OO.b6
Permanent Pavement; and
Bridges," Koolaupoko Dls- '
, trict (Oahu Belt Road, Sec-
tion 1) 13750
And Be It Further T
Resolved, that the sum" of Forty
Five and 60-100 ($45.60) Dollars be
and the same is hereby appropriated
out of all moneys in the Importation
tnd' Preservation of Game Birds Fund
of 4 the Treasury for an account known
as Importation of Game Birds.
; - M. C. PACHECO,
- ' ;:" " ' Supervisor.
- Honolulu, March 10, 1914.
' At a regular adjourned meeting oi
the Board of Supervisors of the City
and County cf Honolulu, Held on
Tuesday, March 10, 1914, the forego
ing resolution was passed First Read
ing and ordered to print on the fol
lowing vote of said Board:
Ayes: Hardesty, Markham. Pache
co. Petrie. Wolter. Total 5.
Absent and not voting: Cox, Mo
Clellan. Total 2.
Dtputy City and County Clerk.
Sealed'' tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up until' 12 m. of Wednesday, March
IS, 1914. for Furnishing Materials for
the Makiki Homestead Road, Hono
lulu. Blank forms of proposal are on file
in the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, Capitol Building, Ho
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or
J. W. CALDWELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March , 6, 1914-.
THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks' Building King Street
SUBJECT OF TALK
llf -JOHN P. (J. ARXDT
( unii!matlL Delavan. 1VI.O
. Paper read at the annual meeting
of the Hawaiian Historical Society.
Pricr to the year 18S3 thtre existed
in the Hawaiian inlands for circula-
the coins of the United States,
fore the year 1830, and some notes
iseued by Ladd & Co. of Honolulu in
1838. Besides this paper currency,
there were in circulation copper coins,
the "hana fcaneri" nieces, with bu3t of
King Kamehameha III., issued in payment. From and after December
1847, and a tradesman's token issued L 1884, geld and silver coins other
by John Thomas' Waterhouse of Ho- than the United States and Hawaii
nolulu in 1862. with portrait of King shall be received in the treasury at a
Kamehameha IV, struck in white met- rate not exceeding their bullion value,
al, for the small change in the Isl- for government dues, duties and
ands. '! taxes. Chapter 37 of. Session Laws of
But of a regular coinage we cannot 1880, being an act to provide for a
speak until after the accession of national coinage, 13 hereby repealed;
Kalakaua I. to the throne' of Hawaii and chapter 41 of sessions laws of 1876
1874. In 1881, on a trip around the being an act to regulate the currency,
world In company with William Arm- la hereby repealed, this repeal to take
strong, his minister of the Interior, effect December 1, 1884.
and Colonel Judd, his chamberlain. With the accession of Liliuokalani
his majesty was approached in Vien- as queen in 1891 there were issueji un
na, Austria, by officials representing officially in England by R. Huth. Esq.,
the French and Belgian mints, who a pattern silver dollar bearing bust of
suggested his having a national coin- Liliuokalani I.,. "Liliuocalania Dei
age issued for his island kingdom. By Gratia." On reverse, hemisphere
order, or the king,, patterns for the
new coins were strhcKMn nickel, bear- rum Reglna, 1891. Akahi Dala." Also
ing on reverse the crowned figure 5, a twenty-dollar gold piece was coined
surrounded. by a ribbon with the Ha- with same portrait and inscription,
waiian legend: "Ua mau ke ea o ka reverse of the coin showing two."pu
aina I ka ponQ. But owing to a mis- loulcu" staffs ; with royal crown
take of the engraver of the coins, the above, below "20 Dala," surrounded
word "Au" was substituted in place of by a wreath. To my knowledge, there
"Ua," 'The obverse had the portrait are only four conies of those cold
of Kalakaua to left with title of King coins in existence, a' rarity, as I un
of Sandwich Islands and the year derstand it After, the abroeation of
1881. The king was so pleased with
the idea of an independent coinage
that he ordered several hundred pieces
to be coined for circulation, but owing
to the error in the motto, his native
subjects did not approve of the new
COins. Consequently , a good many
were either destroyed or distributed
among his friends. '; " !
1 His realm therefore was still with-
out an Independent coinage, until
Claus Spreckels, banker and sugar
plantation owner in the islands, ap-
proached his majesty in 1883 on the
subject of having a silver coinage
struck off-for the benefit of the Ha- fiends and admirers of ex-Queen Li
waiian nation. Accordingly, applica- liuokalani and are to some extent
tion having been made by the Hawaii- rare and much sought after by numis
an government for the coinage at the matists. '
Ban , rrancisco Mint of $1,000,000 in.,
silver, to correspond with the coins of
the United States In weight and fine-
The coinage applied for having been
authorized by the secretary of the ...
treasury, the director;; of the- mint,
with ; his appmal,flxedthe;charge:;;;jtJ
for cofning the number of pieces spec- f Zlor 1 , e Kens reprgsenung tne
ified.,whkh. having beenP paid, .he;
coinage was commenced on the 17th j-. ' ?- ' : r9 0 '' ' : . . -
KEORGAXIZED CHURClI OF JESUS
agent of the Hawaiian government
were, upon completion of the coinage
In . June, 1884, forwarded to. and re
main in the possession of the director
of the mint -v, V'-w
The application specified the coin
age of a piece of the value of
eighth of a dollar, but this
sequently changed' to the value of ten J
cents. The total coinage, .in pieces i
and value, was as follows:
Dollars .. v.. . .
Dimes . .......
Total . , ....... 1.950,000 $1,000,000
The designs for the new Hawaiian
silver coins were prepared by Mr. Bar-
ber at the Philadelphia mint, and in
beauty and workmanship surpass
most our.own coins of the United 4
States. The reyerse.of the dollar rep- !
resents the royal coat of arms of Ha-.?
wall, with mantle supiorted, and the
Suspended around the Hawaiian leg-
Bd: "Ua mau ke ea o ka aina I ka iV""D':."- "J . 7 "i
Jono." The figure 1 to left and letter .MWymond. Miss Wymond,
D to right, signifying One Dollar, be- 'VO "v i , h, v vn"
low . "Akahi Dala." The half and S. Baker, Wertz, Mrs. il. K. Lli and
quarter-dollar pieces bore the crown-, intant . ,t , . .
ed shield, with motto as above and',rPei: st- Iaudine for Maui ports,
inscription "Hapalua," 1-2 D, for the, Mrch v-9Daene Gy: , . r c
former, and hapahaM-4 D, for tho per M. N. S S Lprhne for San
latter. The design for the one-eighth ffranAcisTco' Matrc,J lyuT- i" 8'
dollar on reverse is "hapawalu" with - A. Jones I J. Walsh i and family.
... - , iiiiia. ir. and Mrs. Verts, Miss Wilkies, Miss
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids for the furnishing and Morris. Mrs. William M. Norris, Mr.
installation of certain furniture, rail- and Mrs. C. II. ioveland. Miss M. Har
ir.gs. shelving, etc.. for the County rison, Miss C. Becker, Mrs. W. deBraal,
Building at Llhue Kauai, will be re- Mss Watts. Miss Wymond. Mi?s Rees,
ceived by Ripley & Davis. Architects, Miss Churchhouse. Mrs.-F. W. Church
ltntil noon. Anril 2. 1914. at.whirh ouse. .Mr. and .Mrs. H. Keinhart and
time they will be
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained of the Architects and are to be
returned with the bid.
By order of Commissioners.
March 13, 1914.
made to me by L.
the settlement of
L. McCaridless for
the boundaries of
the Hi of Waieli. Waimalu, Ewa. Oahu,
T. H., notice is hereby given to all
owners of adjoining lands and all per-
sons interested ia said boundaries. Krafts, R. S. Nelson. Mrs. R. S. Nelson,
that there will be a hearing for thejA. M. Nelson, Mrs. A. M. Nelson, Miss
settlement of the boundaries of the Laura Green, J. G. Silva. Miss L.
sbove land at my office. No. 855 Kaa-jciarkson, Mrs. J. Winterfield. W. E.
humanu Street, on Wednesday, March Carr, Mrs. W. E. Carr, Milton Fox. A.
18th, 1914, at 2 o'clock p. ra. L. Rhomberg. Geo. B. Dovle, Mrs.
M. D. MONSARRAT. Geo. B. Doyle. Jas. N. Taylor, Mrs.
Commissioner of Boundaries for the Jas. N. Taylor, Miss E. Taylor. Mr.
First. Judicial Circuit. and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham. Mr. and
Honolulu, T. H... Feb. 21. 1911. Mrs. .!. Nold. Miss Emily Pratt. Miss
578.. Feb. 21. 2. M:r. 7. 14. II . f. Lillis. Mr. ,-in.l Mrs. Jno J.
Hawaiian crown above surrounded by
a wreath with legend as on the . dol
lar, below in the English language.
Eighth Dollar. For the dime piece the
design is similar to the last: the in
scription reads: "One Dime," below
,Tml Kencta." The obverses of all
the coins bear f he bust of Kalakaua
1 king of Hawaii, and the year, 1SS3.
They are all milled edge.
I The Hawaiian government issued
against deposits of this silver coinage
treasury notes in denominations of
10. $L'0. $50, and $H0. An act ap
'proved July 17th, 1SS4, by King Kala
kaua to regulate the currency reads
Prom and after December 1. 184.
the gold coins of the. United States of
America shall be the standard and
legal tender at "their nominal value in
the united States of America and the
silver coins of Hawaii shall be, from
nd after December J, 1884, a legal
tender at their nominal value for any
amount not exceeding $10 in any one
showing: Hawaiian islands. "Hawaia-
the monarchy, January 17, 1893, there
was issued by the same gentleman a
pattern silver dollar oi the Princess
Victoria Kaiulani, former heiress pre-
8UmDtive to the throne of Hawaii.
bearing bust of princess to right, sur-
rnunderf hv threp dolnhtns "rhilanta
Liliuocalaniae Reginae Sororis Filia,"
reverse hemisphere showing Hawaiian
islands: "Soes Publica. Oct. XVI .
MDCCCXCI1I. The dies for the three
above-mentioned', coins were prepared
bv J. II. Pinches 'Esa.. an English en-
graver of renown These coins never
really circulated, but .were ; held' by
c. -; -i Uo ,
'lfi"v" 7H2 vu
18?8' most of the Hawaiian-silver
I o V I AntaiiB mAUItvirinnt TMln
"".rr. o.r rri::
- fcanooma n,t,.ntB;
CUBIST OFiLATTtB DAY
Church located "'on-'KIg street, one
block Ewa of Thomas square.. -Sunday
School1 9:45 a. m.. classes
both English and .Hawaliin. L H. Har-
bottle, sunerintendent.- V '
Evening services will -ie as usual,
Zion's Religio-TJterar Society at-jB
I p. m. a systematic stugy oi leaner
Value.1 Day Revelation and a normal course
500,000 on the Book of Mormonjis being con
350,000 ducted, supplemented by musical and
125,000 literary : program. James Puuohau,
25,000 president '
ivnt connected in any way wun m
Utah Mormon Church. tWe are not
ashamed of our doctrine and invite
honest investigation. Strangers wel-
come at, au meBuuBs .
V7 Vl cX
way ports, March 14. Lee Let,
1'' i w !
Myrtle McDonald, Miss R. Keough.
Mrs. A. J. Keough, Mr. Shea, M. C. H.
Allen. Master Wymond,' W. P. X. Tur-
!ner, Jr., T. A. Gill. Mr. Kaler. Miss M.
rer sir. iinau tor Kauai ports,
March 17. Mrs. A. ieonard. J. K.
Farley, H. M Harrison. Miss Booge,
Mrs. ,T. 1 Booge.
Per str. Mauna Kea for llilo and
way ports. March 1 8. Lieutenant
Bump, Colonel Coyne, George Bustard,
Miss M. E. G. Iewis.
Per M.X.S.S. Wilhelmina. from San
Francisco, for Honolulu, March 17.
Richard Brasch, Jno. Brasch. C. Q. Gill,
Miss E. Strickland. Mrs. D. P. Law-
rence and maid
H. Harris, Mrs. H.
Harris, Miss F. Warren, Mrs
Brasch, W. O. Krafts. Mrs. W.
TZSSELS TO ARKITX
Saturday, March 14.
European via South American porta
Mencs. Ger. str.
Sunday, March 15.
Hiio, Kahulul ports Lurlino, M. N.
Maul. Molokal and Lanal ports Mi
Maui ports Ola udine, str.
Kauai ports Kinau. str.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str.
Monday, March 18.
San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S.
Tuesday, March 17.
San Francisco Wilhelmina M. N.
a s. - :
I iongkong via Japan ' ports Korea,
P. M. S. S. . .
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
str. .' v .
Hiio via way ports Mauna Kea, str.
Wednesday, March 18.
Kauai ports W. C, Hall. str.
Thursday, March 19.
Salina Crus via Sound ports Colum
bian. A.-II. S. S. '
Maui ports Claudinc. str.
Friday, March 20.
Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura,-O.
s. s. - v ' - -
Saturday, March 21. ,
Hiio via way ports Mauna Kea, str.
Monday, March 23.
Hongkong via Japan ports.
Tuesday, March 24.
San Francisco Hongkong Maru,
Sydney via Auckland and Suva Ma
kura, O. S. S.
San Francisco Manoa.' M. N. S. S.
Wednesday,' March 25.
Vahcduver and Victoria Marama,
C.-A. S. S. .
. Thursday, March 26.
Salina Cruz via European and South
American ports Columbian, A.-II. S.
s. , . -, -:rw-y. -
Fsidsy, March 27.
San Francisco Shiyo ; Maru,' Japa
nese str .
San Francisco Persia, P. M. S. S.
; Saturday, March 28. :.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chlyo
Maru, Japanese str. :,'
. Monday, March 30.
San Franciscry Sierra, O. S. S.
Tuesday. March 31.
, San Francisco Matsonla, M. N. S. S.
I TESSIL8 TO DIPAS? I
Saturday, March 14.'
Manila via Guam Thomas, U. 8.' A.
T.. noon. V
Hiio via way. ports Mauna Kea,
str, 3 p. m. , :'' : ' '
Monday, March 18.
Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O.
S.S., 2 p.fh.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, str., 5
p. m. v j
Maul ports Claudine, str., 5 p. m.
- Kauai ports Noeau, str 5 p. m.
" Tuesday, Mrch 17. "
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. 8. 8 ,
6 p. m. : ' -
' Maui, Molokal and Lanal ports MI
kahala, str., 5 p. m. -
v San Francisco Korea, P. M. 8. 8.
-Kauai ports Kinau, str 5 p. m
Wednesday, March 18.;
. Puget Sound ports r Harpalyce,
Br. stmr. . ' -j"; '
. Hiio via way ports Mauna Kea, str.,
10 a. m. . . '
Thursday, March 19.
Hiio Wilhelmina, M. N. S. S.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str., 5 p. m.
Friday, March 20
, Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
San Francisco Ventura, O. 8. S.
Maui ports Claudine, str., 5 p. m,
Saturday, March 21.
Hiio via way ports Mauna Kea, str.,
3 p. ra. Y' :--
Monday, March 23.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. 8.
Tuesday, March 24. .
Hongkong via Japan ports Hong
kong Maru, Japanese str.
Vancouver and Victoria Makura,
C.-A. S. S.
Wednesday, March 25.
San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N.
S. S., 10 a. m. :
Sydney via Auckland and Suva
Marama, C.-A. S. S. .
Friday, March 27. '
Hongkong via Japan ports Persia,
P. M. S. S.
Hongkong via Japan ports Shlnyo
Maru, Japanese str.
Saturday, March 28.
San Francisco Chiyo Maru, Japa
Tuesday, March 31.
San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. 8.
! MAILS f
Mails are due from the following
roints as follows:
San Francisco Sonoma, Mar. 1'J.
Yokohama Korea, March 17.
Australia Ventura, March 20.
Victoria -Marama, March 25.
Malls will depart for the following
Ioint.s as follows:
San Francisco Korea, March 17.
Yokohama Hongkong Maru. Mar. 24.
Australia Sonoma, March 16.
Victoria Makura, March 24.
TRA SPORT SERVICE
Logan, sailed from Honolulu for San
Francisco March 8.
Sherman, from Honolulu, for Manila,
arrived March 3.
Thomas, from San Francisco for Ho
nolulu, arrived Mar. 12.
Dix. sailed from Honolulu for Manila
Warren, stationed at the Philippines.
Sheridan at San Francisco.
Per str. Claudine for Maui ports,
March 13. G. Bustard. Miss Mary VI
erra. Thomas Pryce, H. C. Goldrick.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stimson,
Adolph Wolfe. Geo. Fox, Miss Flor
ence Wolfe, Miss Stella Wolfe, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Sheeline, Major Ro
sencranz and party. Mr. and Mrs
Harold Robertson. Mrs. W. L. Good
win. .Mr Frank I Chirk and tl:ur;h-U-r.
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FOR IAN FRANCISCO
S. S. Ventura ..........Mar. 20
8. S, Sierra Apr, 4
S. S. Sonoma ..........April 17
S. S. Sierra .May 2
S. S. Sonoma ...... v.. .May 15
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Lists sad Foldrrs en appUcaUoa te C BREWER A
LTD General Aetata.
- fiaillags from Ueaelala em er
Mongolia, via Manila. ..Mar. 11
Persia, via Manila ott
and in Mar. 27
Korea, via Manila. .....Apr. 8
Siberia, via Manila..;... Apr. 13
China, Via " Manila out
and in .......Apr. 25
Manchuria, via Manila.. May 4
far geaeral taformatlesi asily U
HaoM old l Co
T0Y0 mm SMMk
Steamers of the above Company will call at and leave Bonolala ea
r about the datea mentioned below;' ; J "
v FOR THE ORIENT
8. S. Hongkong Maru. Y.Mar. 24
S. S. Shlnyo Maru ....Mar. 27
R. S. Chlyo Maru...;.-; .Apr. 17
8. S. Tenyo Maru . . . . ..'May 15
S. S. Nippon Maru May 21
- ; . Calla at Manila, omlttlnf call at BhanxaaL yy:.s-.:.
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Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San
FROM BAN FRANCISCO
8. S. Wilhelmina. Mar. 17
8. 8. Manoa. ....... ....Mar. 24
8, S. Matsonla Mar. 31
S. 8. Lurline ". ....April 7
S. S. Wilhelmina...... .April 14
S. S. Manoa .... .... . . , Apr. 21
S. HYADES sails from Seattle for Honolulu en or about MAR. 1.
For further particulars appro tev V '
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8. S. Marama .........Mar. 25
8. S. Makura '.Apr. 22
8.8. Niagara ...... ....May 20
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO;
v AHEKICAN-nATTAIIAN STElHSniP C02IPAJT 7
From' New York to Honolulu eYery alxth day Tla..Tehuaatert. " .-
Freight receiyed at all tlmea at. the eoapaayf waart, 41xt Ctmt,
, teath Brooklyn. ' - '' ' "
FROM SEATTLE OR TiCOSA TO nOJfOLTJLD. DI22CT
S. S.. COLUMBIAN to sail about ....Mar. ,13th
S. S. ALASKAN to sail about....................... ......War. 23th
H. Haekfeld . CoM Ltd. Agents C. P. Morse, GenL Freight Annt
ft a MiftftOl IRIAN fft sail about
The Transcontinental Scenicway. 1
THROUGH -TRAINS DAILY
San Francisco Oakland, Kansas City,
SL Louie, Omaha and Chicago
! via". ;
Salt Lake City, Colorado Springs and -
FRED L. WALDRON, LTD,
. . ' Agent.' ' " ' '
R E I Q H T
TIC K E T 8
any point on the
See WELLS FAR
GO & CO 72 S.
King St. Tel. 1515.
PARCEL DELIVERY V PHONE8
YOUNG LAUNDRY PHONES
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. p a r M MOtO,
UniOn lvCU A U. Wholesale k Retail Dealer !a
Wholesale and Retail Dealera E.NGL1SII ' & AMEEICA5 W00LE5,
in Hay, Grain and Feed, SILK A5D COTTOX GOODS
Tel. 3468 Ala Moana Road Corner N'uuanu & Beretanla Sta.
Every Kind of Tool I Y. TAKAKUWA,
For all Trades commission mebcdlutt
Japanese Provisions and
LEWERS d COOKE. LTD. Nnuann SL near King St.
FOR SYDNEY. N. . W
S. S. Sonoma ..........Mar. 11
S, S, Ventura.......... Apr, 13
S. S. Sonoma. ....... ...May 18
S. S. Ventura..... .....June IS
S. S. Sonom .......... Jul 13
aboat Ue falls in j latest
; FOB 8AX FRA5CJSCO
Korea ...... ... ...... Mar. 17
Siberia ...... Mar. 23
China ......Apr. - S
Manchuria ........ I.... Apr. 11
Nil . . ...... .. . ... : . .'.April SO
Monjolia May 2
j . 8.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
8. Chlyo Maru ...... Mar. 2J
8. Tenyo Maru...... Apr. 25
S.Nippou Maru Apr. 29
S. Hongkong Maru ..May 16
S. Shlnyo Maru. ....May 20
Francisco and Hcr.c!u:u
FOR SAN FRANC! t CO
8. 8. Matsonla .. .. . . ... Mar. 11
8. S. Lurllne '.."........Mar. 17
8. 8. Wilhelmina .......Mr. 25
8. S. Manoa ..... ... . Mar. 31.
8. 8.' Matsonla ........April 8
S. 8. Lurline . . . . . . ...April ii
For Victoria al Tax ttTf?
8. 8. Makura ........March 21
8. 8. Niagara i Apr. 21
8. S. Marama.,.!. J..... May ,19
LTD GENERAL AG!::iT3
... . . .". ............ ..Apr. 9th
Oahu Railway Tim eTcble
OUTWARD. ' V 1
. For Waianae, Walalua, Kahakn aad
Way sUtlona 9:15 a. m:. 3:20 p. ra.
For Pearl Qty, Ewa Mill and Waj
Stations 17: 30 a. 9:15 a, nu
11:30 a, tn; 2:15 p. 03:2O p. ta,
5:15-p. ra., J0:20 p. ra tlL15 p. ta ;
For Wahiawa and Loilchua 10iSf
a, t2:40 p. o:00 p. vu
p. in. ;
Arrlre Honolulu from Kahoka. Wa
alaa and Waianae 3:38 a. cu I:tl
p. m. , ' : ' .. c . .-' .
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill axi
Pearl Cityt7;45 a. f8;35 a-m.
11:02 a. m, 1:40 p. ra.. i2S p. ra,
5:31 p 7:30 p. m.
Arrlte Honolulu from Waklawa
and Lellehua 9:t5 a. nu tl:65 p. bl,
4:01 p. 7:10 p. m. .
The Halelwa Limited, a two hoal
train (only flrst-classs tickets honored)
leaves Honolulu erery Sunday at. 8: 21
a. cu for Halelwa HoteU returnlni ar
rives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The
Limited i to pa on 1 at pearl CHf ami
Daily tExceptSunday tSunday onlj
G. P. DENISON, ' Ft C. SMITH,
Superintendent O. P. A
T. MuraKami Shoten
Importer and Dealer U
JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOOD
PROVISIONS, GR0CERIE8, Eto.
32-34 Hotel Street, near Nutiaan.