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THK HAWAIIAN STAR, AUGUST 20, tSoS. TIME TABLE 1898. I- S. S. KINAU. CLARKE, Commander, HUl leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. m., inching at Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Mftkena the same day; Alahukona, Kawalhae and Laupahoehoe, tho fol lowing day, arriving at llllo the same MMrnoon. 1 LEAVE HONOLULU. Cmaaday ...Jan. 4 Tuesday ..July IS riday ...Jan. UFrlday ...July 22 Vseoday ...Jan 25 Tuesday ..Aug. 2 riUy ....Feb. 4 Friday ...Aug. 12 Tuesday .Feb. 15 "Tuesday .Aug. 23 feiy ....Feb. 25 Friday ...Sept. 2 VMday ..Mar. 8 Tuesday ..Sept. 13 rriday . .Mar. 18 "Friday ..Sept. 23 jffuaday ..Mar. 2U Tuesday ...Oct. 4 Wriday ...April. 8 Friday ....Oct, 14 Xucaday .April 19 "Tuesday ..Oct. 23 Vrlday ...April 2U Friday ....Nov. 4 3fday ...May 10 Tuesday ..Nov. 15 Jriday ...May 20 "Friday ...Nov. 25 Imeedoy ..May 31 Tuesday ...Dec. 6 Skursday, Juno 9 Friday ....Dec. 16 Tuesday .June 21 "Tuesday ..Dec. 27 Wriday ....July 1 Beturning, will leave Hilo, touch ing at Laupahoehoe, Mahukoua and 3awalhac same day; Makena, Maa Uea Bay and Lahaina the following Amy, arriving at Honolulu Tuesdays and Fridays. Will call at Poholki, Puna, on trips narked ARRIVE HONOLULU. Friday ....June 17Frlday ....Sept. 30 Tuesday ...Juno 28Tuesday ...Oct. 11 Friday ....July 8Friday ....Oct. 21 Tuesday ..July lOTuesday ..Nov. 1 IWday ....July 29Friday ....Nov. 11 Tuesday ..Aug. DTuesday ..Nov. 22 nday ....Aug. lOFrlday ....Dec. 2 Tuesday ..Aug. 30Tuesday ..Dec. 13 "riday ...Sept. 9 Friday ....Dec. 23 itewiay ..Sept. 20Tuesday, ..Jan. 3 Will call at Poboiki, Puna, on the Mcond trip o each month, arriving akere on the morning of the day of ailing from Hilo to Honolulu. The popular route to the Volcona is Ti Hilo. A good carriage road the tlre distance. Bound trip tickets, covering all ex gmttea, $50. S.S.CLAUDINE,& CAMERON, Commander, Will leave Honolulu, Tuesday, at 5 'dock p. m., touching at Kahulul, Mann, Hamoa and Kipahulu, Maul. Sturning, arrives at Honolulu Sun 4ay mornings. Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each Vonth. No freight will be received after 4 9. m. on day of sailing. This company reserves the right tc jaake changes in the time of depart ure and arrival of its steamers W1TH--DUT NOTICE, and it will not be re sponsible for anuy consequences aris ta jf therefrom. Consignees must be at the landing to receive their freight. This compa mj 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 fcle for money or valuables of passen gers unless placed in the care of purs- Passenirers are requested to pur chase tickets before embarking. Those falling to do so will be subject to an aditlonal charge of twenty-five per Mat. Packnces containing personal effects Whether shlptecl as liappnBP or freight, If the contents thereof exceed SlOOi'ollnrs in vulue, ainBt have the value thereof plainly stated and marked, at.d tli Company will not hold Itaelf liable for any loss or damage in excess Of this sum, except the goods be shipped under a special contract. All emplo e( s of the Company are forbidden to receive freleht without delivering a ship ping receipt therefore in the form prescribed by the Company and which maybe seen by nippers upon appllr ation to the pursers of the Company's steamers. Shippers nre notified that if freiiht is shipped without such receipt It will be solely at the risk nt the shipper. C. L. WIGHT, President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. SHETJ LUN, Merchant 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 276. Pacific Mail Steamship Company AND THE Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co,, For Yokohama, Hongkong, Kobe Nagasaki, anil Shanghai. Steamers of tho above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to tho ab)ve ports on or about the following dates: ' Doric August 30 Belgio September 10 Peru September 20 Coptic September 29 City of Rio de Janeiro October 8 Gaelic October 18 Doric November 5 Peru December C 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. Glengylc On or about Aug. 20 Coptic September 3 City of Rio September 13 Gaelic September 23 Doric October 11 Belgic November 1 Peru November 11 Coptic November 10 City of Rio de Janeiro. . . .November 29 Doric December 27 Rntos of Pasnage aro as Follows! TO YOKO- TOIIONO ItAMA. KONO. Cibin $150.00 $175.00 Cabin, round trip, 4 months 225.00 202.50 Cabin, round trip, 12 'nonths 262.50 816.25 European Steerage 85.00 100.00 &x Passengers paying full fare will be allowed 10 per cent, off return fare if returning within twelve months tSSTFor Freight and Passage apply tc H. Hackfeld Go., (LIMITED.) AGENTS. HORN'S BAKERY This old established and reliable Ba kery keeps constantly on hand the Best in BREAD, PIES, CAKES, ETC, WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY Hotel Street. Telephone 74. JAS. F. MORGAN. No. 45 Queen Street, Auctioneer and Stock Broker. Special attention given to the handling of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds. Pacific Transfer Go. Office: Hotel street, opposite Arling ton Hotel Cottage. T. C. HcGUIRE, Manager. All orders for Moving Furniture, Pianos, baggage, etc., will receive prompt attention. Telephone 857. IvIIV SING Tins mith. and Plumtier Dealer in Tinware Crockery, Glas ware, Hardware, Agate are, Cutlery etc. Piping Laid ana Repaired. No 16, mauka Hotel street, neai Smith. P. O. Box 962. Oceanic Steamship Company. Time Table: The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line will Arrive at and Leave This Port as hereunder. FOR SAN FRANCISCO i MARIPOSA AUG. 17 MOANA SEPT. 14 ALAMEDA OCT. 12 MARIPOSA NOV. 9 MOANA AUG. 17 Alameda SEPT. 14 MARIPOSA OCT. 12 MOANA NOV. 9 In connection with the sailing of tho above steamers, the Agents aro pre pared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any railroad from 8an 'Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship lice to all European ports. For further particulars apply W. G. Irwin & Co. LIMITKD. General Agents Oceanic, S, S. Company, 1010$ I I DE.WEK TIMES VIEW OF THE SITUATION. Tlie Mountain State Begins to Sou tho Horizon Expand and Shows It Prosperity from Afar. "If tho government undertakes, in an effective way, to extend American trnde with the transpacific countries, by maintaining control of tho Phil Ippint! Islands and establishing a dis tributing trade center for American products and niiinufaetures at Ma nilla," says the Denver Times, "it will doubtless have a very marked and beneilelal inlluence upon the re sources of Colorado. "With vast deposits of coal, larger in extent than those of Pennsylvania; with practically inexhaustible depos its of Iron ore and manganese at hand; with stock ranges upon the plains and in the valleys of the moun tains, siitllelent. for great herds of cat tle and sheep; with a vast acreage of fertile lands yet to be brought under cultivation by the building of reser voirs for the waters of the melting snow from the mountains; with an In dependent and dlreet road to the cot ton fields of Texas; with an invigorat ing and healthful climate, in which a man can accomplish more work than In almost any other; and with an un told variety of undeveloped resource.-.. Colorado must surely grow rapidly, and Is in position to feel quickly any increase In American exports. "The nearness of Manila to those mpst thickly populated portions of the globe, such as China, Japan and the East Indies, make it of much greater value to the people of the United States as a distributive trade center for Asiatic commerce than Its Importance as a coal station for our fleets can ever be." IPPlljpEICE ' ARRIVALS. Friday, August 19. O. & O. S. S. Doric, Harry Smith, from San Francisco, August 13. Stmr. Iwa, Townsend, from Maui ports. Stmr. Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii. Saturday, August 20. Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, from Molo- kai. Am. bk. S. G. Wilder, D. McNeil, from San Francisco, August 1. Stmr. James Makee, Tullet, from Kapaa. DEPARTURES. Friday, August 19. Sch. Kaukeaouli, for Maui. Saturday, August 20. O. fe O. S. S. Doric, Smith, for the Orient, 0 p. m. Am. bkt. Planter, Dow, for Laysan Island. VESSELS TO SAIL MONDAY. Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, for Lahai na, Kahulul, Keanae, liana, Ilamoa, Kipahulu and Nahiku, " p. m. Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, for Kauna kakai, Kamalo, Pukoo, Halawa, Wai lau, Pelekuna, Kalaupapa, Lahalnn, Houolua, Houokohau and Lanal, at 5 p. m. Stmr. Kaena, Kaeleniakiile, for Wui alua, Makuliea, Puuiki and Waiinea, 10 a. m. CARGOES. Per S. S. Doric, 29 tons general merchandise. Per bkt. S. G. Wilder, 1,000 tons gen eral merchandise, 253 hogs, 1 horse, 2 mules, to Schaefer & Co. Per stmr. James Makee, 2,320 bags sugar, to Brewer & Co.; 130 bags of rice, to E. O. Hall & Son; 14 packages of sundries. Per' stmr. Lehua, from Molokai, 30 cattle, sundries. - Per schr. John G. North, Anderson, sailed from Honopu for San Francis co, 13th inst., cargo 0,301 bags sugar, 801,408 lbs., $20,082.12; 277 bags coffee. 27,807 lbs., $4,188, and 16.5 bundles of hides, $375.40. Total value. $33,040.24; Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd., agents. Per brigantine Consuelo. Jacobsen, sailed from Mahukoua, 18th inst., for San Francisco, cargo 7,143 bags sugar, 450 tons, value $34,100.72, shipped by Castle & Cooke. Hawaii Railway Co.. Ltd., agents. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per O. & O. S. S. Doric, from San Francisco, August 19 Miss Ella Pug sley, George II. Roberts, Mrs. George If. Roberts, H. S. Pritehett, J. V. Hum burg, Mrs. J. F. Hamburg, Mrs. H. A. Isenberg, G. W. Duisenberg, Jacob Lando. R. I). Sillimaji, W. T. Rowen, Mrs. XV, T. Rowen. J, E. Murphy, .T. E. Biggins, Mrs. J. E. Higgins, 'Geo. Macfarlane, Miss Rose Daly, F. F. Baldwin, R. G. Van Ness, Mrs. R. 1). Silliman, Mrs. XV. H. Whiting and child. Per. Am. bkt. S. G. Wilder. August 20 A. T. Brock. Mrs. A. T. Brock, J. C. Cohen, Mrs. J. C. Cohen, J. M. Rush, W. G. Hall,-W. A. Bird, J. Dyer. M. O. Kane. Per stmr. James Makee, from Ka paa, August 20 M, C. Souza, D. Oxley and 5 on deck. Per stmr. Lehua. from Molokai, Au gust 20 Mrs. E. Rankin, C. S. Blddell and 8 on deck. I RVI'NG S S PECTA CLES. Sir Henry Irving has about sixty pairs of spectacles, either at his home or at the theater. The reason Is that he is perpetually losing them, and when busy with some production would find himself considerably hand icapped did he not know where to put his hand on another pair. At various spots in the Lyceum he hos about two doen pairs; no workman ever dreams of removing them, and he Is constant ly buying new ones. THE PROFESSOR'S DISTRESS. "That botany professor, has lost his mind." "War excitement?" "No; he couldn't classify more than fifty of the flowers on his wife's spring hat." FOR LEASE. The benutiful and comfortable Mc Cully premises at Pawaa, Honolulu, Climate delightful, being situate right in the track of the Manoa breeze. The house, now being repapered and repainted Insode 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 stairs, 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 Bpacious 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 sufiicient to sustain a horse and cow. Water is supplied from an artesian well. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Next to Postoffice. E. W, JORDAN. FORT NO. lO STREET Keeps constantly on band a large assortment of r Hugs, Carpets, Linoleum, nnd Coconnut Malting. Table Daninsk and Napkins. Blankets, Grass Cloth, (White and Colors.) DRAWN WORK TEA CLOTHS, ETC., (In Linen and Grass Cloth.) LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOYS .W.JORDAN FORT STREET, HONOLULU. lidn't know it tvas loaded. Finding out your error is sometimes expensive. Especially when you go to the custom tailor. Same clothes hero and not loaded down with price Save expense of an error. It's some satisfaction to know that for every dollar you spend, a hundred cents come back. It happens here every day. Whether clothes, hats, or Furnishing Goods, you get value for value. Jk Ra$b tit 0 Hotel Street Waverly Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. Foir Rent. Elegant Offices IN THE Single or En Suite. Electric Elevator, Electric Lights. Lavatory and Sanitary Arrange ments Complete. Offices ready for occupancy by thf 15th of April. For terms, inquire of Bruce Waring & Co. Progress Block. hqnqlulu EWE 1 Telephone 182 P. A. SETTERIN Photographer NUUANU STREET. Speclul facilities for enlarging and coloring photos. Large Collection of Hawaiian views always on hand. SOMETHING NEW! Having convinced you of tho 8uperiority of our "LITTLE JOKER" Smoking Tobacco, wo would ask DO TOU CHOOSE TO CHEW? THEN CHEW "BATTLE AX" TOBACCO A Fine Flavored Article. For salo by all Retailers and by HYMAN BEOS. Wholesale Importers. Base Ball Tract ! These Lots are Wow Offered on EASY TERMS! PIIKOI STREET. FN 1 1 CO H I 28 .05 8J.2 27 a 95 190 !g to s 01 to os as to t s s ' 5 5 a f-1 - CO 190 95 16 95 95 15 i i 93 to o 8 f i V 1 a 14 S 13 g - 1 9:, ' , , 95 ! 1H0 t tO- -.-c 00 g 01 g os g 2 , 1 i g i ! 95 95 r f f i M 1 I O co 1-3 w H3 , i ' KEEAUMOKU STREET. Apply o GEAR, LANSING & CO, 210 King Street. Telephone 256 ciWTYRE St BRO., IMPORTERS AND DEALER3 IX Groceries, Provisions and Feed. EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received by every l'acket from the Eastern States and En 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 tlio Sanitarium Brand of Heoltla Food. Postofllce Box No. 145. Telephone No. 99 J. M. Mossahkat, Harry P. Wkber. Monsarrat & Weber Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. General Law Practice In tho Hawaiian and United States Courts. Rcnl Ktcite cixcl Flnnnolnl Ag;onts Experienced Searcher of Records and Xotnry Public. Commissioner of Deeds lor the States of 'ev York and California in OMIce. Depositions Taken, Loans Placed and Negotiated. Coffee Lands for Sale or Lease at Papa 2, Oleoraoana 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 Sat.k. House and Lot on Kamoiliili Road. Area of Lot 93-100 of an acre. Leased for if 75 p. a. House and Lot on King Street Lot 80x278. . Lands in Maui, Oahu and Molokai. For LEASil. House and lot on Wilder Ave. Pasturage at Kuliouou. Cartwright Block, opp. Post Office. Telo. G8.