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THE HAWAIIAN STAK, FEBRUARY 8. 1897.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co. AND TIIE Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co, Tor Yokoliniiin, Hongkong, Kobe, Xngnsnkl, and Shanghai. Btcamcrs of tho abovo Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to tho above ports on or about tho following dates: 1897. Gaelic 'eb. 0 City of reklng Feb. 20 China March. 11 Belglo March 20 Coptic April 8 Bio de Janeiro April 17 Jity of Peking May 8 Doila Hay 18 Belglc , June 5 pcru June 15 Bio de Janeiro July 3 Gaelic July 1 Doric Aug. 3 China Aug. 13 Peru Aug. 31 Coptic Sept. 9 Gaelic Sept 28 City of Peking Oct. 9 China Oct. 23 Belglc Nov. 6 Coptic Nov. ?.5 Bio de Janeiro 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 abovo port on or about the following dates: 1897. Doric Feb. 7 Belglc Feb. 20 Peru Mar. 7 Bio de Janeiro Mar. 23 Gaello Apr. 3 Doric Apr. 23 China May 4 Peru May 23 Coptic June 1 Gaelic June 20 City of Peking June 29 China July IS Belglc July 27 Coptic Aug. 15 Bio Janeiro Aug. 24 City of Peking Sept. 14 Doric Sept. 24 Belgiq Oct. 12 Peru Oct. 22 Bio de Janeiro Nov. 9 G&ell Nove.-10 Doric Dec. 10 China Dec. 19 Rates of Passage are as Follows: TO YOKO- TO 1IONG 1IAMA. KONG. Cabin $150.00 $175.00 Cabin, round trip, 4 .months 225.00 202.50 Cabin, round trip, 12 months 202.50 310.25 Enropean Steerage 85.00 100.00 JPPasBongers paying full fare will be allowed 10 per cent, off return fare if returning within twelve months. HTFor Freight and Passage apply to H. Hackfeld & Go., AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. TIME TABLE. LOCAL TX2ZJS S. S. AUSTRALIA Arrive' Honolulu Leave Honolulu irom 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. San Francisco Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. 1897 1897 Monowal ..Feb. llAlameda .. Feb. 4 Alameda . . Ich 11 Mariposa. . .Mch. 4 f . G. IRWIN & CO., Lti. Wm. G. Irwin President and Manager Claus Spreckels, - - Vice President W. M. Giffard, Secretary and Treasurer Theo. C. Porter, ..--- Auditor ' SUGAR FACTORS, Commission Agents, AQENT8 OF TIIE OCEANIO S1MSHIP COMPANY OF SAN lfKANCIRCO, CAL. LAND CO'S TIME TABLE? From and After Jnnunry 31, 1800. TKAINf, a a WtP, l u 5h a 3 n Cu o S " 5 BJ P.M. 1:46 2:28 2.49 3:21 3 c S "J? g ?:n P.M. 6:10 6:53 A:14 MO a.. . a a, o OA S P.M. 4:10 4:51 f.navA Ifnnnlnlll "tlMO A.M. 9:16 9:68 10 19 P.M. 1:45 2:28 i':49 Leave Pearl Ulty..T:40 Leave Kvra Mill.. .8:10 Arrive "Walanae 10:51 a B CO 3 d aSW 5 m H Wot P.M. 1 P.M. 2:07 2:!8 ia- Kfea . .1 . V. Leave Val8,tme....6:44 Leave Ewa .MI11..7U0 9:10 ..nvn Tnrl fllt.r...7!fin 0:4S 3:5 1 4:22 5:22 5:5.) a i it 1 1.. CO i in. on 3:11 4:5.) Freight Trains will carry i'apsenger accon raodatlons. (i 1', Df.nison, F. C. Smith. Superintend' nt. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt Oceanic Steamship Co Australian Mail Service. For Sydney ani AucBani: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship MONOWAI Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will bo due at Honolulu from San Fran cisco on or about February II And will leave for the above ports with Mail and PassengerB on or. about that date. For San Francisco: The New and Fino 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 ena rassengers lor the above port. The undersigned are now prepared to issue rhronili Tickets to all Points in the United States, For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage, apply to WM. G- IRWIN & CO., Ltil., (4ENERAL AOENTS. Straw Hat Chat FOR ONE WEEK. Wonderful, the style1 and comfort tacked together with, straw. Some men are 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 hatftr than a thought, you are a couple dollars in, provided your thought leads you here, i All the hatters' etyles and eome of our own. Price, all our, own AT 50c. For the Week Only. Cbe Rash L Eevingston manager Arbiters of Fashion' Hotel Street, M'nvcrlcy Itlock LOUVRE SALOON Nuuunu Street, nbove Hotel. HARRY KLEMME, - - Propr Best California and Imported Wines and Liquors. Strictly High Class Whiskies. Seattle Beer on Draught and in Bottles. Borrcshments to suit tho most Fastidious. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. ' WE TRY TO PLEASE. OAHU RAILWAY AND Tho Company known through out tho world as tho CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Having met with the highest suc cess in tho manufacture and salo o! the excellent liquid laxativo remedy, Syrup of Figs, it has become import ant to all to have knowledge of the Company and its products. Tho great valuo of tho rsmedy as a medi cinal agent, and of the I'onipany s ellbrts, is attested by tho salo of millions of bottles nnnuully -and by the high approval of most eminent physicians. The California Fig Syrup Co. was organized more than twelvo years ago, for tho special purpose of manufacturing nnd belling a laxative remedy, which would bo more pleasant to thu taste and more bene ficial in its effects than any other known. In the nroeess of manufact uring, figs are used, ns they an pleasant to tho taste, and healthful in their tendencies, but tho, medicina! properties of the remedy are obtained from an excellent combination ol plants known to bo medicinally lax ative, and to act most beneficially. If in the onioymunt of good health, and tho sybtem i regular, then laxative or other remedies aio not needed. If afllicted with any actual disease ono may be commended to the most skillful 'physicians, but if in need of a laxative, then one should have the best and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. H0BR0N DRUG CO. WHOLESALE AGENTS. We are Selling LACE CURTAINS and COMFORTERS at prices away below what people generally have to pay tor such things. Uur stock ot 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. Tho cleanest, brightest tafest and really. In the long ran, the cheapest and best light for use in the family residence, is the incan descent electric light. Safe nothing could be safer. A few days ago a prominent gen tleman of Honolulu came rushing down to the olllce of the Electric Company and said: "Give me figures for wiring ray house, and I want it done at once; no more lamps for me. Last night a lamp tipped over and it came so near setting fire to the house and burning my children and I take no more risks." This is the sentiment of quite a number in the past few weeks, who have ordered their houses fitted with tho 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 lino and have just received a lot of the very latest designs in chandeliers. Butter Specialties Finest California Roll and Tub Butter, Finest 'Island Butter, From the dairy of J. D. Ackerinnn, ICaawaloa, Hawaii. riaco your Orders early. V0ELLER & CO. Telephone 080. Waring Block, Japanese Bamboo store, Removed to King street near Alakea street. Mimufiioturer of FANCY BAMBOO FURNITURE Tables, Stands, Hat Hacks, Screens, Flower Stands, Chairs, Sofas, Book Cases 'and Bedroom Sets All Styles of Furniture MADE TO ORDER. The man whose advertising is a matter of pride with him, as well as a matter of business, is sure to attain the happiest result from it. Hi MJE DOQB ARRIVAL OF THE ROUTEXltECK FROM LIVERPOOL. Accident to the Second Mate of the Vessel List of Passengers by the Doric Island Steamers Depart. Hark Leah! arrived nt Kahulul on Friday with a cargo of coal. The Oaelie, although not. due until tomorrow, is expected tonight. The brig Lurllne left Maul for San Francisco on last Wednesday with a enrgo of sugar. Schooner Anna sailed from Mahu kona on the 5th, with a cargo of sugar valued at .$21,7(18. Castle & Cooke were the principal shippers. The Pacific Mail Company's pile driver Is at work replacing the piles torn out by the Coptic's propeller when she was last In port. The schooner Muriel, Cnrlsen master arrived at ilonoipu on the 4th, twenty one days from San Francisco. A por tion of her cargo consisted of an elec tric plant for one of the plantations. The passengers on the O. & O. steam ship Doric for San Francisco Satur day were Paul Isenberg, Sr., and wife, Misses Isenberg, 'Paul Isenberg, Jr., and wifet Mrs. C. Wolters, Coy. .T. It. McLean, Gen. A. S. Hart well and (laughter, J. A. McCandless nnd Geo. Carter. The British bark Itoutenback, Capt. Rogers, 132 days from Liverpool, ar rived Sunday morning with 1300 tons of general corgo for Theo. II. Davies & Co. She experienced rough weather in the English channel, and had to put in nt Falmouth to land the second mate, whose leg had been broken by a heavy sea breaking over the decks. Light head winds were experienced to the Horn, where severe gales were met with. The run from the Horn to port was made in forty-five dnys, with exceptionally fine weather and favor able winds. Not a sail was sighted on the entire voyage, nnd Capt. Rogers says he at times feared lie was off his course despite his observations. This is Capt. Rogers first visit to Honolulu. For twelve years past he has been nav igating steamers, for the most part be tween Bombay "and London, although an old sailing master. He comes licre without a charter, but hopes to load sugar. ARRIVALS Sunday, February 7. Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, from Mnpi ports. Stmr YV. G. Hall, Haglund, from Kauai ports. Stmr Mikahala, Thompson, from Kauai ports. Stmr Mokolii, Xeilsen, from Lahai na, Molokai and Lanai. Stmr Xoeau, Pederson, from Hama kun. Stmr Waialeale, Parker, from La haina. Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from Kapaa. Stmr Likelike, Nye, from Hawaii and Maui. Br.f bq lloutenbeck, Itodgers, from Liverpool. Schr Ka Moi, from Paauilo. DEPARTURES. Sunday, February 7. O. & O. S. S. Dorie Smith, for San Francisco. Monday, February 8. Stmr Knala, Moshier, for Kahuku and Punahtu at 4 p. m. Stmr Waialeale, Gregory, for Ki lauea, Ivalihwai and Hannlei, at 4 p. m. Stmr Ke Au Hou, Thompson, for Mo kului, Wnialua and Pinukl at 9 a. m. Stmr Mokolii, Xeilsen, for Kaunaka kai, Kamalo, Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Peleunn, Knlaupapa, Lahaina and Lanai at 5 p. m. VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW. Stmr Manna Loa, Simerson, for La haina, Manlaea, Kona and Kau, at 10 a. m. Stmr Xoeau, Pederson, for Lahaina, Honokaa nnd Kuknihaele, at 10 a. m. Stmr W.'G. Hall, Haglund, for Xa willwill, Koloa, Hanawaulu, Eleele and Hauapepe at 5 p. m. Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Laha ina, Kahulul, Keanae, Hana, Hamoa and Klpalulu, at 5 p. m. PASSENGERS. Arrived. From Kauni, per W. G. Hall, Feb. 7. II. P. Baldwin, Mrs. C. Wolters, W. Schrleber nnd wife, J. H. Coney, Miss L. Wheeler, Miss If, Schieber, II. Will gerotli, Miss J. M. Levlnho, E. Fuhr man, Fred Wnldron, Wong Fook and thirty-nine on deck. From Maul, per Claudlne, Feb. 7. F. Witt rock, Father Leonore, D. 1'. Eldredgc, W. K. Kane, .T. II. Macken zie, G. C. Gallagher, Mrs. H. Hlggins, R. A. liruinmond, Miss Hrummond, Miss Knlo, Miss H. A. Titcomb, Chang Chung, Young Hop Chan, Capt. Ahl born and seventy-three on deck. IT'S A PUZZLE. To find a more pleasant or conven ient way of seeing Hono'ulu nnd en virons than on a wheel. First class bi cycles to rent at thi HAWAIIAN CYCLERY, Way Bloslc, King stiret. Our Photos Please Hard-to-Please People. Wo do our best work on every photo we make. We try to make each ono belter than any we've made before. We try to make unique posefi. We do splendid work our photos show that. And we make photos that please. Williams' Art Studio. Fort Street, Honolulu. CHAS. HUSTAOE, 212 King Stkbbt. Tel. 119 Between Fort and Alakea Sts. DEALER IN GrocerieB and Provisions. Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter always on hand. I Fresh Goads received by every Steamet from San Francisco. 3y Satisfaction Ouauantbbd. JSOt ROBT. LKWKHS. C. M COOKK. r. J. LOWRKV LEWERS & COOKE, Lumber, Builders' Hardware, doors, sash, blinds, paints, oils, glass, wall pap.er, matting, corrugated iron, lime, cement, etc. Ponce de Leon made a mouse-colored ass of himself by chasing around in Florida looking for a fountain of youth. To-day men of sense obtain the boon that Ponce was hankering for by going to Thq Criterion Bnrfoer Shop and being infused with new life by Indulging in a refreshing shave, hair cut nnd shampoo. TACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Props. Fort Street, opposite Club Stables. Seaside Resort. WRIGHT'S VlLtvA. A short distance from tho Bridge, Waikiki. Tourists and others will find it to their advantage to visit the above re sort, as they will meet with every ac commodation that comfort requires. MRS. THOMAS WRIGHT, Proprietress. A GOOD THING 4 u 2 c. Firewood, Goal, Sand. Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood, cut and split ready for the stove. Also Stove, Steam and Blacksmith's Coal, White and Black Sand, at lowest prices, delivered to any part of the City. HUSTACE & CO. QUEEN ST. Tel. 414. JUST BECEIYED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF THE Celebrated Budweiser Beef, PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY. H.Hackfeld&Co. AGENTS. European Barber Shop, Cummins Block, Morchant St. First door f rdni Fort Street. finely equipped with all modern Improvements and conveniences. Everything new and clean. Ite cently remodeled with the latest , Columbia Chairs and cases. Beat two-chair shop in tho city. Try a bottle of my Medical Shampoo. Warranted to Cure Dandruff. Open evenings until 8. Saturdays 9:30. G. SOMMA, Propr. A LEADER OP FASHION or DRESS must always make a good appear ance. A man's hat is always noticablo. "We make old hats look like now. Panama Hats thoroughly washed and pressed that give them a new look. 1 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. S. OZAKL WAVERLEY BLOCK, HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU JAPANESE Willow Baskets. JAPANESE White Matting. Superfine. Clocks, Clocks. JAPANESE Haberdasher. k:. furuya. Hotel St. Ewa store of Robinson block TIM k:ee, Merchant Tailor. Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Fine Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Pants, $4.50 up; Fino Suits, $18 up. Clothes Cleaned and Repaired. 110 KING ST. P. O. Box, 144. SANG CHAN, No. 64 Hotel Street, Opposite Horn's Bakery. P. O. Box 203 IVIei'cla mat. 1Aciiloi". Suits Mado to Order in the Latest Styles. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. CLOTHING GLEANED and REPAIRED Clothes, any Color, Dyed Fast Black, $4 a Suit. YEE ON CO. Aswan Building. WATCHMAKERS AND MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS. III EMill Importers of Watches and ClockB, Fino Line of Ladles Muslin Underware, Shirt Waists, Etc. 317 NUUANU ST. P.O. Box 143.