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TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR, SHl'TKMHKK iG, 1897. TIME TABLE WILDER'S STEAMSHIP MM S. S. KIN AU, CLAltKK, Commander, Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock n. m., touching nt Lnlminn, Mnalnca liny nnd Makena the same day; Mnhukonn, Ka walhae and Lnupahochoc the follow ing day, arriving In llllo the same afternoon. LEAVE HONOLULU. Friday Au. '0 Tuesday. . .Aug ill Friday top 1U Tuesday . . Sep. 121 Kriday out. 1 Tuesday. . .Oct. 12 Friday Ocl. 'ii Tuesday Nov, 2 briiiny. . . .iMov. iv !TuePday....Nov. 23 IKriday Dec H Titesduv...De-. 14 thursday . . .D. c. 'm Will call at Tohoikl, l'ltua, ou trips marked Keturning, will leave llilo at 8 o'clock a. in., touching at Laupa hoehoe, Mahukona nnd Knwaihac tame day; Makena, Maalaea Bay and Lahaina the following day, arriving at Honolulu the afternoons of Tues days and Fridays. ARRIVE HONOLULU. Friday Auk. 27 Tuesday Sep. 7 Friday Sep. 17 Tuesday.... Sep. 28 Friday Oct. 8 Tuesday.... Oct. 11) Friday Oct. 20. Tuesday Nov. 9 Friday Nov. it) Tuesday Nov. 30 Fridny Dec. 10 nie8uay....uec. at Friday Dec. !H Will call at Pohoikl, Puna, on the second trip of each monti;, arriving there on the morning of the day of sailing from Hllo to Honolulu. The popular route to the volcano is rla Hilo. A good carriage road the entire distance. Round trip tickets, covering all ex penses, $50. S.S.CLAUDINE, CAMERON, Commander. Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays at a o'clock p. m., touching at Kahulul, Hana, Uamoa and Kipahulu, Maul. Returning, arrives at Honolulu Sun day mornings. Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each month. No freight will be received after 4 p. m. on day of sailing. This company reserves the right to make changes in the time of de parture and arrival of its steamers WITHOUT NOTICE, and it will not be responsible for any consequences arising therefrom. Consignees must be at the landings to receive their freight. This com pany will not hold itself responsible lor freight after it has been landed. Live stock received only at owner's risk. This company will not be respon sible for money or valuables of pas sengers unless placed in the care of pursers. Passengers are requested to pur chase tickets before embarking. Those failing to do so will be subject to an additional charge of tu'enty-five per cent. C. L. WIGHT. President. S. 15. liOSE, Secretary. CArT. J. A. KING. Port Sunt. JAS. F. MORGAN. No. 45 Queen Street, Auctioneer and Stock Broke;. Special attention given to the handling of Real Estate' Stocks. Bonds. f . G. MET & CO., Ltfl. Win, G. Irwin - President and Manager CtauB Spreckela, - - - Vice President W. M. Giflard, Secretary and Treasurer Theo. O. Porter, Auditor SUGAK FACTORS, .Commission Agents, AObNTS OF TUB OSEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPACT OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Oceanic Steamship Company. TIME TABLE: The Fine Passenger Steaunrs of This Line will Airivent and Leave This Port ns hereunder. AUSTRALIA, SEPT. 14 MARIPOSA, SEPT. 23 AUSTRALIA OCT. 12 MO ANA OCT. 2J AUSTRALIA NOV. 9 ALAMEDA, ..." NOV. 18 AUSTRALIA DEC. 7 MARIPOSA .DEC. 1G In connection with the failing of the nhovo steamers, the Agents are pre pared to issue, lo intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any railroad from San Franciecoto allpcinlsin the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to nil European ports. For further particulars pply WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Limited. i General Agents Pacific Mail Steamship Company AND TIIK Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co.. For Vokolminn, Hongkong, Kobe, Nagasaki, and Shanghai. Steamers of tho above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to tho a K)vo ports on or about tho following dates: 1897 Gaelic September 38 City of Peking October 9 China October 28 Uelgic November C Coptic November 23 itio de Janeiro December 4 City of Peking December 25 Doric Jan. 4, 1S9S. For SAN FRANCISCO: Steamers of the above Companies will cnl lat Honolulu on their way from Hongkong and Yokohama to the above port on or about the following d. test i i 1897 Doric September 24 China October 1 Belglc October 12 Peru October 22 Rio de Janeiro November 9 Gaelic November 19 Doric December 10 China December 19 Rates of Passage are as Follows: TO YOKO- TO IIONO- JIAMA. ' KONCI. Cabin.... $150.00 $175.00 Cabin, round trip, 4 months 225.00 202.50 Cabin, round trip, 12 months 202.50 310.25 European Steerage 85.00 100.00 CaTTassengers paying full fare will be allowed 10 per cent, off return fate if raturning within twelve months lg?For Freight and Passage apply to H. Hackfeld & Go., AGENTS. ff. G. IRWIN & CO., (Limited.) Agents for Western Sugar Refining Co. of San Francisco, Cal, Bildwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Penn., U.S.A. Ndwell Universal Mill Co., (National Cane Shredder) New York, U.S.A. N Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers, A ex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and Coffee, Reeds Steam Pipe Cars. Also Offer for Sale Parafino Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lucol and Linseed Oils Raw nnd Boiled. Indurvine (a cold water paint) in White nnd Colors. Filter Press Cloths, Cement. Limes nnd Bricks. MONOWAI, SEPT. AUSTRALIA, SEPT. ALAMEDA OCT. AUSTRALIA, OCT. MARIPOSA NOV AUSTRALIA NOV. MOANA, DEC 10 22 14 20 11 17 , 9 AUSTRALIA, DEC. 15 Oceanic S. S. Co. THE SUREST WAY To success in business, Is to lmvo n useful nrticlo to sell find then to tell tho plain truth about it hi stiuplo words. Tho popularity of our prepa ration proves tho soundness of tlilf prlnclplo. Tho best nnd most intclll. pent .people- throughout tho world, uso nnd rely on it. Thero Is no hnzo of mystery nor affectation of magio about this remedy. Tho formula is on tho label ; made from Pure Cod Liver Oil, extracted by us from fresh cod livers, combined with tho Compound Syrup of Hypophosphltcs, Extracts of Malt nnd Wild Cherry Bark. Thero you have tho wholo thing, WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION, tho very soul of healing for tho diseases' which everywhero prevail. Cases that wero pronounced real Con. sumption have completely recovered by the uso of it; nnd Rheumatism, Malaria, Aniemin. Debility, tho se quences ot scrofula, and all ailments accompanied with rapid loss of ilesli and strength, yield very kindly to it. It always agrees with the stomach. All tho more because, although it contains the nutritive properties of Cod Liver Oil. tlwiv is no apiKimtvce or taste of that vallitibk ;c'f muscous drug. And this 13 a point sick people, will appreciate. It Is a sclentillc vic tory of our own time and an lnur an e policy against di-wise. Palat-ihlo ashon.y. Youwuiiki; liodi ut pointed in It. Sold by all chemists. There's something "breezy" About the last arrival of outing shirts Mnterials new Fashioning unusual Fit exact Price ridiculous One dollar, naif as much more would be cheap. Hat bands for your favorite clubs, hie. AT Ok Hash i) Hotel Street, - Wavcrley Block Agents for I)-. Deimel's Linen Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. SHIRTS HADE TO ORDER, New Silk Dress Goods. LADIES AND GENTS Silk Handkerchiefs AND ARTISTIC CASES. BEAD SOREISIVS. SILK AND COTTON EC I JS4L O O S. NEW AND FANCY Crockeryware. and many other Japanese Novelties AT KEimOCK PRICES. S. OZAKI, Waverley-Bloci, Hotel St. NEW RESTAURAIIT Cor. N'utianu and Queen Sts. SEE CHONC, & Co., Proprietors. Wednesdays and Saturdays CHICKEN AND DUCK DINNER. Single meals, 25c. 22 meals $4:50 Separate Rooms. Merchant Tailor. Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Fine Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Panta, $4.50 up; Fine Suits, $18 up. Clothe Cicaed and Repaired. 1J0 KfNG ST. P. O. Box. 144 MG YUEN KEE & CO. Dodlera in Ti wnro, Cutlory, etc Piping Laid and Repaired. Ni. 30f Nuiiimu St 4 doors a'0o Yon can't 'act more tbnn nil the news, The Star furnishes it. S. MOANA AltltlVKS IN POUT THIS MOItXINCl. New Lumber and Coal Charters Cap tain Mc.Ken.lo and the Matilda Wreck News and Oosslp. The Moann sails for San Kranclhco at .'I p. m. The nrosneets are that the Counts will remain In the harbor here until October 1st at' least. The Kaalu got in late last night from Lahaina, and will leave for there again tonight with a cargo of coal. I The Albert will hao her .inward cargo out today,, and the S. C. .Allen I hers tomorrow. Both essels will hnvcj to wait for sugar. ! The Hawaiian bark Mntiua Ala was) lcnortcd oil' Diamond Head at 10 1 oeloeK tins morning, hue lias ueen 18 days on the way from San Fran elsco. The schooner Spokane and bark Columbia, each with a carrying ca pacity of between 800,000 and 000,000 feet of lumber, have been chartered bv Alien & Itobcrtson to bring lumber from the Sound. The American schooner Defiance and the Norwegian schooner Dram men, 1271 tons, have been chartered to load coal at Newcastle for this port. lp to the 30th ult. the Tilllc 1C. Star buck had not cleared for this port. The S. X, Castle finished discharging her inward cargo this morning, and will moye over to the Oceanic whuri jog this afternoon to take sugar front the warehouse. As Captain Hubbard is anxious to secure a full .cargo he does not calculate to get away before the latter part of next wdel. Full particulars of the wreck of the old bulk Matilda on Tatoosh Island, iu I'uget Sound, last month, have been received in this city. Captain MeKen zie writes that the, wind failed him It. the channel, and a strong current car ried lijs vessel on the rocks, while he had to stand helplessly by. A heavy sea was running and the vessel soon broke up. Xo blame is nttaehed to Captain McKen.ie, as he did his best under the circumstances to save the vessel. Captain Dyer of the Philadelphia is not a believer in the old superstition that bad luck follows the ship that sails on Friday. On the contrary he says that he makes it a practice ! sailing on a Friday, as it seems lo bring him the best of fortune, and that is why the Philadelphia is book ed for sea tomorrow morning. Cap tain Book of the Marion sailed a day before he was actually ready, in order to avoid going to sea on a Friday. The It. M. S. Mnana nrriwd from the Colonies about 7 o'clock this morn ing, having left Sydney on the 30th ult., nnd calling at Auckland on the :ird inst., and Apia on the Sth inM. She brings a small amount of cargo for this port, and only one passenger. Fine weather was experienced during the entire voyage. The Moana will sail this afternoon at II o'clock for Sa" Franeiscowith a large passenger list. Purser Ilendall saw the old Monowal in Sydney harbor, and says it made him positively homesick to he aboard of her. The Star is indebted to the Sydney Daily Commercial News and Shipping List for special copies of its Annual Keview issued on the 21st ult. This being the Festival or Iteeord iteign number it contains not only a com prehensive report of the transactions for the past twelve months but also an account of the colony's wonderful progress from the date of its foun dation and its grand natural resour ces . The Heview is interspersed with appropriate photographs of the com mittees of the principal mercantile in stitutions, such ns the Chamber of Commerce, .Merchants' Exchange, the Underwriters' ..ssoeiation, the presi dents of the Marine Board, the com mittee of the National Shipwreck So ciety of X. S. W., etc. An interesting account of shipping, past and pres ent, and commercial items of special note are also given, including a photo of the Costa Itiea Packet, and a report of this famous ease. On the richly colored litlio cover is delineated a pic ture of Queen Victoria, surrounded by royal emblems and supported bv very handsome views of Sydney Heads anil Newcastle llorbor. AltltlVALS. Thrsday, September 10. It. M. S. Moaua, Carey, from the Col onies. , Haw. bk. Manna Ala, Smith, IS days from San Francisco. ' Stnir. .fames Makec, Tullet, from' Kauai. j Stmr. Kaala, Mosher, from Lahaina. DKPAltTUIlHS. Thursday, September 17. it. Jf. S. Monnn, Carey, for Snn' Fran cisco, ut .'1 ). in. Stiiir. Keenn, Parker, for Wninlun ports. z Stnir. Kauln, MoHlier, for Lalininii, at a . in. Stmr. .Tames .Makec, Tnllet, for Ka paa, nt 4 p. in. " Am. Rclir. Uobert Lowers, fiootlnian, for the Sound. VKSSKLS LUAVrXO TOMOTM50W. Stmr. Minmn Lon. Slinerson, for Ha waii and Muni ports, nt 10 a. m. The Itobert Lewers sails today In ballast for tlie. Sound to brliifr back another caro of lumber for Lewers & Cooke. A CUIUS FOTt BILTOUS COLTC. j Jiesonrce, Screven Co.. On, I hnve tssi&sss: cot ITtZ. One dose of It slves relief when nil K'OT son, Smith A Co.. wholesale agents for tlui Hawaiian Islands. The Stnr is n clean, truthful, wide nwnke household paper. It goes into the best homes In Honolulu. Deliver ed nt your door for 75 cents n month. I!. M. Wife to Husband, at Dinner Table "'What makes -you scowl so, this evening?" - Husband "The bread Is off color off taste again. " Wife I have tried several brands of flour lately, and done the best I could." ' Husband "Have you tried the PORT COSTA yet?" Wife "No; but I will." GEO. W. McNEAR, San Francisco. OH, BE and sip, quafF and drink 11 The Beer which made Milwaukee famous, Drink Schlitz and you will drink nb other. MACFARUKE & SOLE IIONULUI.U. July 23, 1697. T. J. KING, AKeiit.S) a'jIdfi.B-Iiobbltib Disc Pluw. Honolulu. ' Dear Sir: I Iiuvb ono of jour TWO DIM! I'LOWj ut work on my riinch nt Wnialue, mill um p oih(!d to leport that it elves mo the fullest snitsfictlon. In vo days, with four Hawaiian mules, I can do as much w rk with your Imple ment aH I can do In t-even days wln-n using tight mules or twelro oxen, with a mould boird plow, and tho pul erizatlon Is much bettt-r whin using the disc. In the rooty wound your plow either roll. oer thero: ts or cuts through themnud we ftnd it unnecei-sHry to sharpen the discs, Which scour perfectly and weio set ut such an angle that friction with tnc earth makes them helf.sharpeners. I am, dear sir, j curs very truly, f.vUL It. ISI2NHKHO. BUT TWO BILES' k YE'A Iv!. IWAKAMI, Ladies' and- Cientlemen's Outfitters. I TI P i L YEARLY II Will Close Saturday, September 18. 7)n llfit Pftllfntlllfl tlll CtnrP IlMtll ill. olirMiir. Kqrrrm'ti orttrt l.m.fnrt I ; ...... buiuuik. uuiuui nuic uuua. goods are right and we are doing jmt what we advertise not'palininp; j olT shop-worn or damaged goods, but placing on sale first-lass articles., I We are over-stocked, and as our order has been placed for' the Holiday stock, we must make room for it. FOR .ONE WBBK MORE i We wil1 disi,osc of a,,- ne at a Rediidion of 0HE-F0URTH Its Fmer Value- , Yo ton received true and good values at our sales in the past, , anQ we "',v ProPOse to give you K. IWAKAMI. HOTEL ST., ROBINSON BLOCK. Regardless of Cost! On account of Leaving Honolulu on October 31. Closing Out Sale OF Gent's Furnishing Goods, Jewelry, etc. , Robinson block. Hotel St. JOYFUL I the delicious brew of tho Beer. 00 SY, Ltd., AGENTS. K. PQRUYA, JAPANESE HABERDASHER. ullJ another opportunity. See for yourself. iXXt - '