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,THK HAWAIIAN ' TAR, AUGUST 19, it'98.
TIME TABLE 1898. Li.i S. S. KINAU, CLARKE, Commander, Will leave llouolulu at 10 o'clock a. m., Inching at Lahaiun, Maalaca Bay and lfadcena tho same day; Mahukona, Kawalhao and Laupahoehoe, the fol Wring day, arriving at lillo the same MMrnoon. LEAVE HONOLULU. Kmcaday ...Jan. 4 Tuesday ..July 12 fciday ...Jan. 14 "Friday ...July 22 Vmcoday ...Jan 25 Tuesday ..Aug. 2 feMy ....Feh. 4 Friday ...Aug. 12 Sftweday .Feb. 15 "Tuesday .Aug. 23 liliay .... Feb. 25 Friday ... Sept. 2 Ban lay ..Mai. 8 Tuesday ..Sept. 13 rxidoy ..Mar. 18 "Friday ..Sept. 23 Kuadoy ..Mar. 29 Tuesday ...Oct. 4 fciday ...April 8 Friday ....Oct. 14 "Tuesday .April 10 "Tuesday ..Oct. 25 Friday ...April 21) Friday ....Nov. 4 JhWBday ...May 10 Tuesday ..Nov. 15 arriday ...May 20 "Friday ...Nov. 25 faeaday ..May 31 Tuesday ...Dec. 0 Fkursday, Juno 0 Friday ....Dec. 10 Tueeday .June 21 "Tuesday ..Dec. 27 ffriday ....July 1 Returning, will leave llllo, touch ing ut Laupahoehoe, Mahukona and Kawalhae same day; Makena, Maa Uea Bay aud Lahaina the following 4y, arriving at llonolulu Tuesdays and Fridays. Will call at r-oholki, Tuna, on trips marked ARRIVE HONOLULU, frlday ....June HFriday ....Sept. 30 tuesday ...Juno 28Tuesday ...Oct. 11 rriday . . . .July 8Friday .... Oct. 21 Tuesday . .July lOTuesday ..Nov. 1 Friday ....July 29Friday Nov. 11 Tuesday ..Aug. OTuesday ..Nov. 22 Friday ....Aug. lOFrlday Dec. 2 Tuesday ..Aug. 30Tuesday ..Dec. 13 rriday ...Sept. Friday ....Dec. 23 tmwday ..Sept. 20Tuesday, ..Jan. 3 W1U call at Pohoiki, Puna, on the Hcond trip of each month, arriving Jkkexe on the morning of the day of Hlllng from Ullo to llonolulu. The popular route to the Volcona is Via Hilo. A good carriage road the Satire distance. Bound trip tickets, covering all ex fnses, $50. S.S.CLAUDINE,E CAMERON, Commander, Jffill leave Honolulu, Tuesday, at 5 fc'clock p. m., touching at Kahulul, tana, Hamoa and Kipahulu, Maui. Returning, arrives at Honolulu Sun fay mornings. Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each aoonth. No freight will be received after 4 p. m. on day of sailing. This company reserves the right tc Make changes In the time of depart ing and arrival of its steamers WITH OUT NOTICE, and it will not be re sponsible for anuy consequences aris tag therefrom. Consignees must be at the landing fe receive their freight. This compa ny will not hold itself responsible for trelght after it has been landed. Live stock received only at owner's This company will not be responsi ble for money or valuables of passen gers unless placed in the care of purs- PasRpnirprs are renuested to nur- ahase tickets before embarking. Those tailing to do so will be subject to an additional charge of twenty-five per Mat. Packages containing personal effects. Whether shlpved us baggage or freight, if the contents thereof czceert $100 dollars In vajue, mnBt have the value thereof plainly stated and marked, and th- Company will not hold Itself liable for any loss or damage in excess of this sum, except the goods be shipped under a special contract. AH employe; s of the Company are forbidden to receive freight without delivering a ship ping receipt therefore in the form prescribed By the Company and which may be seen by nippers upon application to the pursers of tho Company'3 steamers. Shippers are notified that if freight is shipped without such receipt It will be solely at the risk at the shipper. C. L. WIGHT, President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. SHETT LUN, IVTei'OJLi.ciiat Tailor. Clothing, etc., made to Order. All Suits Guaranteed to Fit in the Latest Style. Summer Suits a Specialty. No. 305 Nuuanu Street, next to Ex change Saloon. P. O. Box 27C. Pacific Mail Steamship Company AND THE- Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co,. For Yokohama, Hongkong, Kobe, Nagasaki, and Shanghai. SteamorB of the abovo Companies will call at llonolulu on their way to tho above ports on or about the following dates: Doric August 30 Belglo September 10 Peru September 20 Coptic September 20 City of Rio de Janeiro October 8 Gnello October 18 Doric November 6 Peru December 0 Coptic December 15 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 the following dates. Gldngyle On or about Aug. 2G Coptic September 3 City of Rio September 13 Gaelic September 23 Doric October 11 Belgic November 1 Peru November 11 Coptic November 19 City of Rio de Janeiro. . . .November 29 Doric December 27 Rates of Pasnage are as Follows: TO YOKO- TO 1IONO- HAHA. KONO. Cabin $150.00 $175.00 Cabin, round trip, 4 months 225.00 202.50 Cabin, round trip, 12 months 262.50 810.25 European Steerage 85.00 100.00 CBPPassongers paying full fare will be allowed 10 per cent, off return fare if returning within twelve months t3F"For Freight and Passage- apply to H. Hackfeld & Go., (LIMITED.) AGENTS; HORN'S BAKERY This old established and reliable Ba kery keeps constantly on hand the Best in BREAD, PIES, CAKES, ETC, WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY Hotel Street. Telephone 74. JAS. F. MORGAN. No. 45 Queen Street, Auctioneer and Stock Broker, Special attention given to the handling of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds. Pacific Transfer Go. Office: Hotel street, opposite Arling ton Hotel Cottage. T. C. McGUIRE, Manager. All orders for Moving Furniture, Pianos, baggage, etc., will receive prompt attention. Telephone 857. Tine mith. and Plumber Dealer in Tinwar Crockery, Glass ware, Hardware, Agate are, Cutlery. etc. Piping Laid ana Repaired. No 16, mauka Hotel street, near Smith. P. O. Box 002. Oceanic Steamship. Company. Time Table: Tho Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line will Arrive nt and Leave This Port as hereunder. FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR SAN FRANCISCO I MARIPOSA AUG. 17 MOANA SEPT. 14 ALAMEDA OCT. 12 MARIFOSA NOV. 0 MOANA AUG. 17 Alameda SEPT. 14 MARIPOSA OCT. 12 MOANA NOV. 9 In connection with the sailing of the above steiimers, the Agents are pre pared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon lluough tickets by any railroad from San Francisco to all pc hits in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all European porfB. For further particulars apply W. G. Irwin St Co, LIMITKD. General Agents Oceanic, S. S. Company, SHIPPING IllfflfiE DEPARTURES. Thursday, August IS. Stnir. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu ports. S. S. Charles Nelson, Andersen, for San Francisco. Friday, August 19. Am. shr. Lizzie Vance, Hardwick, for Port Towseiid. Stnir. Manna Loa, Slmerson, for La haina, Mnalncn, Kona and Kau, 10 a. in. Stnir. Kc An Hou, Thompson, for Kauai, 4 p. m. Stnir. wniulcnle, Mosher, for Ka Iiuku and Puiialuti, 9 a. in. PASSKNGEIiS. Departed. Per stnir. Milium Loa, for Kona and Kau, August 19 J. K. Nahale, Mr. Murdoch, Miss Brockie, E. Poulitz. J. A. Ilartmnn, J. 1). Paris, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Punihele, Itosie Kahatllello, Mrs. II. McCorriston, It. R. Berg, A. J. Wil son, J. S. Emerson, Mrs. S. E. Suntor, Brother Bertrnm. Brother Albert, Miss Turner, Mr. Stoddnrt, W. Bruner, I Each, Jessie Knnl, Miss Punihele, Miss Marion Knhaulelio, Miss Duncan, Mr. Buggies, Miss Croft, Brother Edward, T. Ah Ling. J. M. Kaneakua, Miss Vaiko1on, Mrs. Waikolon, Mrs. Hill, and 55 on deck. Per. S. S. Charles Nelson, for San Francisco, August 18 T. W. Hobron, Rev. C. Winning, wife and three chil dren and W. Young. Per stnir. James Makee, for Knpaa, August. 18 Colonel R. C. Spaulding. CHARTERERS. Buteshire, 4 m. bk., Sydney or New castle to Honolulu; sh. Cardiganshire, Newcastle to Honolulu; bk. City of Adelaide, Newcastle to Honolulu; 4 m. seh. Defiance, Newcastle to Hono lulu; bk. Havfruen, Newcastle to Honolulu. QUEER DOINGS IN HEAVEN. A curious story of credulity and superstition has been brought to light in a recent trial for fraud be fore a Bavarian court, savsthe New York Sun. About a vear airo a farm niniinfr- er named Kotterich, living in the nine town oi Kautbeuren, lost by death a daughter who was n rrinnlp j w-. Soon after, one of his neighbors, a irau womiartlier, the wife of a mechanic, beean tocommimi.vitp tn the family letters from heaven dic tated to her or left at her bedside bv the Vireill Marv. and nskinir W money or objects of value. The Kotterich family has received forty eight letters and has complied with the requests contained in them be fore the police got wind of the swindle aud interfered An early letter contained the news that the little girl was married in heaven, that she liked it there aud that she wished that the Virgin would ask for a dowry for her. The Kotterichs gladly gave Frau Wohl farther the money aud asked her to send it for'them. Then they were informed that their daughter had three children, who must be chris tened and clad ac:ording to their lank. After that the children re ceived the gift of achap'-l, but were in need oi an altar. Then strange things happened in heaven; the twelve apostles needed new clothes, a famine broke out and all the angels would die of hunger unless the Kotterichs sent a pig, the angel Gabriel lost his golden sword in driving back the devils, the daugh ter committed a deadly sin. and it would take i,6oo marks to save her from purgatory. The Vircin. however. tn.iHp presents from time to time. She sent a churn, later a sofa, lor which however, an upholsterer later sent a bill; then she thought Frau Kot oerich needed a new bonnet hut n this came accompanied by the mil- I! I Ml .1 4 uner s dim, tne gooa woman thought it unkind. The family had deliver ed 8,400 marks ($2,100) in cash, besides many objects that cost much money, to Frau Wohlfarther for the Virgin, when their medium of com munication with heaven was ar rested. SOME KIPLING MAXIMS. A Kentish "School Budget" gives a series of maxims from the pen oi K.uayara Kipling among which are the following: "If von have any doubts about a quantity, cougu. in turee cases out of five this will save you beiiicr asked to 'sav it aeain.' " "When nurmied by the native farmer, always take to tne nearest plowlaud. Men stick in furrows that boys can run over." If it is necessarv to take other people's apples, do it on a Sunday. You can put them inside your topper, which is better than trying to button thani into a tight 'litou.' " FOR RENT OR LEASE. New cottage, adjoining nawaaian Hotel, on Richards street, containing four rooms. Suitnliln fnr n nlivclninn or dentist. Possession given June 12, ibub. Apply to N. E. GEDGE. TO RENT. The A 1 fireproof two story brick buildinc on lower Fnrt sfrpof lmnnn as the Union Ice Company's building Appiy m HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. If you have a house for rent tell It in The Star. FOR LEASE. The beautiful and comfortnblo Mc Cully premises nt Pawaa, Honolulu, Climate delightful, being situate right in the track of the Manoa breeze. The house, now being repapcred and repainted insodc and put in thorough repair, has large airy rooms, consisting of double parlor, study, dining room, lanal, kitchen supplied with brick cooking range, two bedrooms down stnirs, with bath room for each nnd four bedrooms up stairs, Is wired for electric light, has hot and cold water pipes, hot water boiler, clothes closets, etc., etc. The grounds are spacious and at tractive, containing beautiful shade trees, fruit trees, servants' house, sta ble and carriage house. There is a large paddock, sodded with grass nearly sufficient to sustain a horse and cow. Water is supplied from an artesian well. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Next to Postofllcc. E. I, JORDAN. FORT NO. IO STREET Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of y lings, Carpets, Linoleum, and Coeoanut Matting. Table Damask and Napkins. Blankets, Grass Cloth, (White and Colors.) DRAWN WORK TEA CLOTHS, ETC., (In Linen and Grass Cloth.) I E.W. JORDAN FORT STREET, HONOLULU. iidn't know it was loaded. Finding out your error is sometimes expensive. Especially when you go to the custom tailor. Same clothes here and not loaded down with price Save expense of an error. It's some satisfaction to know that for every dollar j'ou spend, a hundred cents come back. It happens here every day. Whether clothes, hats, or Furnishing Goods, you get value for value. 9 Hotel Street Waverly Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. Elegant Offices IN THE Single or En Suite. Electric Elevator, Electric Lights, Lavatory and Sanitary Arrange ments Complete. v Offices ready for occupancy by the 15th of April. For terms, inquire of Bruce Waring & Go. Progress Block. ELITE ICE PARTS CO VlONOLULUj GREAM nm Telephone 182. F. A. SETTERIN Photographer NUUANU STREET. Speclnl facilities for enlarging and coloring photos. Large Collection of Hawaiian views always on hand. SOMETHING NEW! Having convinced you of tho superiority of our "LITTLE JOKER" Smoking Tobacco, wo would ask DO YOU CHOOSE TO CHEW? THEN CHEW "BATTLE AX" TOBACCO A Fine Flavored Article. For sale by all Retailers and by HYMAN BROS. "Wholesale Importers. Base Ball Tract ! These Lots are Wow Offered on EASY TERMS! PIIKOI STREET. W M go H H oi 28 P 05 27 05 100 8 , 25 Ol- s CO 5 to 8 o tO 0 o s CO 100 I 05 16 05 05 15 05 to o & H M Li t 03 13 E 100 to to g -J S 100 .05 05 2 1 95 95 tr1 d M 1 I o w w 1-3 KEEAUMOKU STREET. AiHy o GEAR, LANSING & CO, 210 King Street. Telephone 256 H. E. ciWTYRE $c BRO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received .by every Packet from the Eastern States and Eu rope. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to and goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. General Agents for tlo.o Sanitarium Ui-emcl of Health Food. Postofflce Box No. 145. Telephone No. 9? J. M. Monsaiuiat. IIaruy P. Weber. Monsarrat Sc Weber Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. General Law Practice In tho Hunnliuii and United States Courts. Real IiMtcito ciracL 1" I ii t noifil Agents. Experienced Searchers of Records and Notaries Public. Commissioners of Deeds for tho States of Nor York and California in Willed. Depositions Taken, Loans Placed and Negotiated. Coffee Lands for Sale or Lease at Papa 2, Oleomoana 1, Kolo and Kaohe 4, in the celebrated Coffee District of Kona, Hawaii. These lands will be sold or leased either in large or small tracts to suit purchasers. For Sale. House and Lot 011 Kamoiliili Road. Area of Lot 93-100 of an acre. Leased for ? 75 p. a. House and Lot on King Street Lot 80x278. Lands in Maui, Oahu and Molokai. For Lmasu. House and lot on Wilder Ave. Pasturage at Kuliouou. Caitwright Block, opp. Post Office. Tele. 68.