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THE HAWAIIAN STAKi FEBRUARY 6. 1897. Pacific-' Mail Steamship Co. AND TUK Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co, For Yokohama, Hongkong, Kobe,' Xngnsnkl, mid Shanghai. Steamers of the abovo Companies will call at Honolulu ou their way to the above ports on or about tho following dates: 1897. Gaelic Feb. 9 City of Peking Feb. 20 China March 11 Bclglo March 20 Coptic April 8 Bio do Janeiro April 17 Jity of Peking May 8 Doric May 18 Belgic June 5 Peru June 15 Rio de Janeiro July 3 Gaelic July 14 Doric Aug. 3 China Aug. 12 Peru Aug. 31 Coptic Sept. 0 Gaelic Sept 28 City of Peking Oct. 9 China Oct. 28 Belgic Nov. 6 Coptic Nov. ?.5 Rio de J'.neiro Dec. 4 City of Peking Dec. 25 For SAN FRANCISCO: Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way from Hongkong and Yokohama to the above port on or about tho following dates: 1897. Doric Feb. 7 Belgic Feb. 20 Peru Mar. 7 Bio dts Janeiro Mar. 23 Gaelic '. Apr. 3 Doric Apr. 23 China May 4 Peru May 23 Coptic June 1 Gaelic June 20 City of Peking June 29 China July 18 Belgic July 27 Coptic Aug. 15 Rio Janeiro Aug. 24 City of Peking Sept. 14 Doric Sept. 24 Belgic Oct. 12 Peru Oct. 22 Rio de Janeiro Nov. 9 Gael! Nove. 19 Doric Dec. 1 China Dec. 19 Rates of Passage are as Follows: TO TOKO- TO IIONQ IIAMA. KONO. Cabin $150.00 $175.00 Cabin, round trip, 4 months 25.00 202.50 Cabin, round trip, 12 months 202.50 316.25 European Steerage 85.00 100.00 (PPassengers paying full fare will be allowed 10 per cent, off return faro if returning within twelve months. GyFor Freight and Passage apply to H. Hackfeld & Go., AUENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. A TIME TABLE. LOCAL S. S. AUSTRALIA trrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu from S. F. for S. F. 1897 1897. Feb. 2 Feb 10 March 2 March 10 THROUGH LINE from San Francisco From Sydney for for Sydney. Sun Francisco Vrrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. 1897 1897 Monowai ..Feb. ll.Mame(la .. Feb. 4 Alameda .. Icli 11 1 Mariposa... Mch. 4 f . G IRWIN Si CO., Ltl Wm. G. Irwin President and Mnnaeer Claus 8preckels, - - Vice President W, M, GifTard, Secretary and Treasurer Theo. O. Porter, Auditor SUGAR FACTORS, Commission Agents, AOENTS OF TnE OCEANIC SPHAMSHIP COMPANY OK SAN FBANCISCO.OAL. LAND CD'S TIME TABLE From and After January 31, 1800. TIIA1N& P. o aj S3 CM It -3 JA.M. A.M. 9:ir 9:58 10 1U 10:51 P.M. 1:45 i:SS 2:111 P.M. l:5 2:23 2.49 8:21 P.M. 5:10 5:53 6:14 6:49 Leave Honolulu Leave Pearl Ulty..7s40 U'livo Kwn Mil L...B: 10 Arrive "Walanuo 5 E 21 P.M. 1:3 2:07 2:38 Si Wot P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. 4:16 4:51 Leave Wftieniie..Ml .... LrJHVt) Kwu iM111..7:19 9:10 .cKve Pearl (Hty...7:f0 9:48 Arrive Honolulu. ..8:23 10:S(1 3:51 4:22 4:55 6:22 5:55 3:11 Freight Tialns will carry Pnnsenser accom modations O 1 Denison, F. O. Smith, Superintend nt. Oen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt Oceanic Steamship Co, Australian Mail Service. For Syiney ani Anctlani: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship MONOWAI Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will bo duo at Honolulu from San Fran cisco on or about February II And will leave for the above ports with Mail and Passengers on or about that date. For San Francisco: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship MARIPOSA Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about March 4 and will have prompt despatch with Mails end Passengers lor the above port. The undorsfgned are now prepared to issue rbroneli Tickets to all Points in the United States. For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage, apply to I M. G- IRWIN & CO., ML, GENERAL AGENTS. Straw Hat Chat FOR ONE WEEK. Wonderful, the style and comfort tacked together with straw. Some men nre just stubborn enough to look into their five-dollar derby for the label and then think of a straw hat. If the label leads you no nearer the hatter than a thought, you are a couple dollars in provided your thought leads you here. All the hatters' styles and some of our own. Price, all our own AT 50c. For the Week Only. ClK Ra$b I. evittd$ton manager Arbiters of Fashion' 0 Hotel Street, M'avcrlcy lllock LOUVRE SALOON Nuuanu Street, above Hotel. HARRY KLEMME. - Propr Best California and Imported Wines and Liquors. Strictly High Class Whiskies. Seattle Beer on Draught and in Bottles. Refreshments to suit tile most Fastidious. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. WE TRY TO PLEASE. OAHU RAILWAY AND THE SUREST WAY to success in business, is tOhtivon useful nvticlo to soil and then to tell tho plain truth nbout it in siniplo words. Tho popularity of Wampolo's Preparation proves tho soundness of this principle. Tho best and most intelligent pcoplo throughout Europo mid America, uso anu rely on it. Thoro is no lmzo of mystery nor affectation of magic about this remedy. Tho formula is on tho label; read-it for yourself: Cod Liver Oil, with tho Compound Syrup of Uypophosphitcs, 7trnct of Malt and Extract of Wild Cherry Bark. Tlicro you havo tho wholo thing tho very soul of healing for tho diseases which everywhere provnil. Oases that wero pronounced real Consumption havo completely re covered by tho uso of it; and lthcu matism, Sfnlaria, Anremia, Debility, tho sequences of Scrofula, and all ailments accompanied with rapid loss of flesh and strength, yield very kindly to Wampolo's Preparation. It always agrees with tho 8tomach. All tltu more Ih'Cimiro, nllhtiUKli It con tain nil (ho nourishing propcrtlm of Cod OH, there U no iippcimtiiot or tnste of that Viilmiblo yet mttiaeotis ilruir. ml this U a point sU'k people will nrs'" rl iite. It In it Nt'luiitlllo victory of our own time. Act ept no HUhotltute) genuine only pIv. H l exults. Sold by nil (lrtigglnts. We are Selling LACE CURTAINS and COMFORTERS at prices away below what people generally have to pa' for such things. Our stock of FURNITURE Latest Models is larger and better than ever. Flemish Chairs AND Art Furniture for Parlors and Libraries. HOPP & CO., Furniture Dealers, Cor. King and Bethel Sts. Hawaiian Electric Company. The cleanest, brightest latest and really, In the long run, tho cheapest and best light for use in the family residence, is the incan descent electric light. Safe; nothing could ue sater. A lew uays ago a prominent gen tleman of Honolulu enme rushing down to the oillce of the Electric Company and said: "Give me figures for wiring my house, and I want it done at once; no more lamps for me. Last night a lamp tinned over and it came so near setting fire to the house and burning my cnnuren aim l uiko no more risics. " This is the sentiment of quite a number in the past few weeks, who havo ordered their houses fitted with the perfect light. Just think it over and make up your mind that you want the best and safest light; send for the Hawaiian Electric Company and tell them what you want. We have a complete stock of everything in this line and have just received a lot of the very latest designs in chandeliers. Butter Specialties Finest California Koll and Tub Butter, Finest Island Butter, From the dairy of J. D. Ackennan, Kaawaloa, Hawaii. Place your Orders early. V0ELLER & CO. Telephone 080. Waring; Block. K. TANAKA Japanese Bamboo Store, Removed to Kiiir street near Alalcen street. MHliuriioturer of FANCY BAMBOO FURNITURE Tables, Stands, lint Racks, Screens, Flower Stands, Chairs, Sofas, Book Cases and Bedroom Sets All Styles of Furniture MADE TO ORDER. ROBT. LHWKRS, C. M.COOKB. F. J. LOWKBY I LEWERS & COOKE, Lumber, Builders' Hardware, doors, sash, blinds, paints, oils, glass, wall paper, matting, corrugated iron, lime, cement, etc. AltlttYATj OF THE DORIC FROM THE ORIENT. Australia Taking on Freight Mohican Oets Away Large Shipment of Konn Coffee Kilnnen Hon Arrives. Tlie Klnnu is expected next Tnes day. Freight by the Doric amounted to SG0 tons. The Doric will unll nt 7 o'clock Sun day morning. There were no departures of inter island steamers today. Bark Mohican left for San Francisco tliis morning with n full cargo of sugar. German ship J. C. Glade is discharg ing the remainder of her coal cargo to make room for siigni Ship C. F. Sargent had to swing her bow outward to make room nt the Ta ctile Mail wharf for the Doric. Tlie Ke Aa Hon arrived this morn ing with 8020 lings Kilattea sugar. It is being put into the steamer Austra lia. A large shipment of Konn coffee was. brouglit down by tnc .vfenmer Mnuna Lon. It was consigned to local mer chn tits. The 3400 bags sugar brought by the steamer Manna Lon nre being stacked on the wharf nnd in the warehouse of the Ocennie company. The Australia has begun taking in freight. She will take .1 full load of sugar. The inwnrd freight cargo amounted to 1500 tons. The brignntine Consuelo, .Tncobsen master, sailed from Mnhukona Inst Tuesday, bound for San Francisco. She took 3524 bags of sugar, valued at $20,732. A large lot of oranges from Kona were displayed for sale on the Inter Island wharf this morning. Chinese and Portuguese were the principal buyers. Four masted schooner Robert Low ers is making but little headway in getting otrt her coal cargo. At the present rate of discharge it will be an other week boforc she finishes. The schooner Anna, W. C. Eecatt master, arrived at Mnhukona on the 1st inst., sixteen dnys from San Fran cisco to Hawniaiian Railroad Co. Cargo, 200 cases kerosene, 820 y4 sacks tlour, hay, grain and groceries. Con signees, S. G. Wilder & Co., and Ko hala Sugar Co. ARRIVALS Saturday, February 0. O. & O. S. S. Doric, Smith, from Yokohnnin nnd Hongkong. Stmr Ke An Hon, from Kilauea. Stmr Kauai, from Kauai. DEPARTURES. Saturday, February G. Bk Mohican, for San Francisco. A BICYCLE WEDDING. Every One Connected With tho Hvent, Except the Minister, Koilo a Wheel. Tho novol spectacle of1 n mau nnd wo man dressed in a bridal costumo riding on yoked bicycles up tonolorgyuian and going through tho forma of innrriage was witnessed by an nudienco of over COO curious peoplo in tho gymnasium of Temple college recently. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo W. Robb, nctive members of Graco Baptist church, whoso linppy wed ded life iH of 18 years' standing, were tho central figures in the act, nnd they took their wedding ows nnnw before their pastor, Rov. Russell fc Conwell. Tho central part of tho floor was roped off, nnd as Mr. Conwell took n position ut one end of tho inclosed space n door at the opposite end swung opon nnd n pair of daintily attired little flower bearers rode forth on coupled whcols. After making n few turns around the arena, they wero joined by flvo sots of bridosmaids and ushers nnd finally by the brido and groom, nil similarly mounted. Pink cyoling suits, with leggings nnd jaunty caps to mutch, added to the charms of tho fair maids. Thoir escorts woro knickerbockers nnd had pink car nations on their coats. Tho bride and groom woro whito costumes and rodo ou white machines, sho carrying n big bunch of chrysanthemums and ho dis playing a big bunch of red uud bluo ou the lapnl of his coat. Slowly they circled nbout and then lined up in front of tho minister, dis mounted, nnd tho pledges of 18 years boforo wero renewed. Philadelphia Record. -1 -j . A MILLION GOLD DOLLARS Would not bring happiness to the person suffering with dyspepsia, but Hood's S-wsaparilln has cured many thousands of cases of this disease. It tones the stomach, regulntes the bow els and puts all the machinery of the system In good working order. It cre ates a good nppetite nnd gives health, strength and happiness. HOOD'S PILLLS net harmoniously with nood's Sarsuparilla. Cure nil liver ills. 25 cents. Hobron Drug Co., wholesale agents. 5 The man whose advertising is a matter of pride with him, ns well as a matter of business, is sure to attain the happiest result from it. Bubbles or Medals. " Best sarsaparillas." When you think of It how contradic tory that term is. For there can be only one best in anything one best sarsaparilln, as there is one highest mountain, one longest river, one deepest occlin. And that best sarsaparillais ? . . "There's the rub I You can measure mountain height and ocean depth, but how test sarsaparilla? You could if you were chemists. But then do you need to test it? The World's Fair Committee tested it, and thoroughly. They went behind the label on the bottle. What did this sarsaparilla test result in? Every make of sarsaparilla shut out of the Fair, except Aycr'a. So it was that Aycr's was the only sarsaparilla admitted to the World's Fair. The committee found it the best. They had no room for anything that was not the best. And as the best, Ayer's Sarsa parilla received the medal and awards due its merits. Remember the word "best" is a bubble any breath can blow; but there are pins to prick such bubbles. Those others are blowing more "best sarsaparilla" bubbles since the World's Fair pricked the old ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsaparilla has the medal. The pin that scratches the medal proves it gold. The pin that pricks the bubble proves it wind. We point to medals, not bubbles, when we say : The best sarsaparilla is Ayer's. HOLL8STER DRUG CO. Agents. Public Opinion Public opinion Is the highest com mendntion, ns is nttested by the fnct that the Pnbst beer exceeded by 40 per cent the amount of beer sold by nny similar Institution in the world. This fnmous beer is on draught at the Royal, Pacific and Cosmopolitan saloons. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. C. BREWER & CO., (Limited.) Notice is hereby given that at the Annual Meeting of the shareholders of C. BREWER & COMPANY, (Lim ited), held this day, the undermen tioned persons were elected lo serve ns oilicers of the Company for the en suing year, viz: Hon. P. C. Jones, President. Geo. H. Robertson, Esq., Manager. W. F. Allen, Esq., Auditor. E. F. Bishop, Treasurer nnd Secre tary. Hon. II. Waterhouse, Chas. M. Cooke, Esq., George It. Carter. Esq., Directors. Dated Honolulu February 3rd, 1897. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At a meeting of the shareholders of the Enterprise Mill Company, Limited, held this tiny nt the oil'ice of the Com pany in Honolulu, the following per sons were elected to serve ns officers of the company for the ensuing year, viz: Peter High, President. Bernard Johanson, Vice President. " John S. B. Pratt, Secretary and Treasurer. W. F. Allen, Auditor, The same officers constitute the Board of Directors of the Company. JOHN S. B. PRATT, Secretary. Dated Honolulu, n. I., Jnn. 30, 1897. ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that at the Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of the HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL CO., held this day, the following named persons were elected to serve as officers of the Company for the cnsu ing year, viz: Chas. M. Cooke, Esq., President. S. C. Allen, Esq., Vice President. G. II. Robertson, Esq., Treasurer. T. May, Esq., Auditor. E. F. Bishop, Secretary. P. C. Jones, Esq., T. May., Esq., H. Waterhouse, Esq., Diredtors. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Dated, Honolulu, Jnn. 28th, 1897. SANG CHAN, No. 64 Hotel Street, Opi oslt Horn's Pnkery. P. O. Itnx '03 Merchant 'Jfriilox-. Snilt- Made to Order in lie Latest Styltj-, A Perfect Fit Guaranteed, CLOTHING CLEANED and EEPAIRED CloMies, nny Color, Dyed Fast Black, $4 a Suit. YEE ON CO. Aswan Building. WATCHMAKERS AND MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS. Importers of Watches and Clocks, Fine Line of Ladies Muslin Underware, Shirt Waists, Etc. 317 NUUANU ST. P.O. Box 143. A LEADER OF FASHION or DRESS must .always make a good appear ance. A man's hat is always noticable. "We make old hats look like new. Panama Hats thoroughly washed and pressed that give them a new look. A TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT. Iwakami, Hotel St. Robinson Block NOW is the time to buy Japanese Dry Goods and Novelties. Awata Porcelains, Silk Goods, Curios. WAVERLEY BLOCK, HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU JAPANESE Willow Baskets. JAPANESE White Mailing. Superfine. Clocks, Clocks! JAPANESE Haberdasher. re:, furuya. Hotel St. Ewa storo of Robinson block Merchant Tailor. Suite to order. Tit guaranteed. Fine Duck Suits $5 up; Jfine Tweed Pants, $4.50 up; Fine Suits, $18 up. Clothea Cleaned and Repaired. 1 119 KING ST. p. 0. Box, 144.