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THK HAWAIIAN TAR, OCTOBHR 4, UJ3. ' ' '
TIME TABLE 1898. S. S. KINAU, CLARKE, Commander, .Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 10 o'clock a. 111., touching at Lahuiuu, Maaluca liny and .Makenn the same day; MnlutUoua, Knwuihac and Lau pahoehoo the following day, arriving at llllo Wednesday. Returning will sail from llilo every Friday at 8 o'clock p. 111., touching at Laupahoehoc, Mnhukona and Kawnl hae, Mukena, Maalnea 13ny and La hnlniv tlie following day, arriving at Honolulu Sunday a. 111. Will call at PohoiUi, Puna, on the econd trip of eacli month, arriving there, on the morning of the day of ailing from llllo to Honolulu. The popular route to the Volcano is ria llilo. A good carriage road the entire distance. S. S.CLAUBhJE, CAMERON, Commander, Will leave Honolulu Tuesday, at 5 o'clock p. 111., touching at Kahulul, liana, llamoa and Klpahulu, Alaul. Returning, arrives at Honolulu Sun day mornings. Will call at uu, Kaupo, once each month. No freight will he received after 4 p. m. on day of sailing. This company reserves the right to make changes in the time of depart ure and arrival of its steamers WITH OUT NOTICE, and it will not be rc cponsibie for any consequences arriv ing therefrom. Consignees must be at the landing to receive their freight. This compa ny will not hold itself responsible for ireiglit after it has been landed. Live stock received only at owner's risk. This company will not be responsi ble for money or valuable of passen gers unless placed In the care of purs ers. Passengers are requested to pur chase tickets before embarking. Those falling to do so will be subject to an additional charge of twenty-five per "rkaccK contnlnlnB perform! effect?, Whe uer shipped as bapewre or freight. If tlie contents thereof exceed S100 1'ollnrs 1n value, must havo the value thereof plainly stated and marked, and th- Compare will not hold Itnelf llnble for any los s or dnmnee in excess of this sum, except thegoodsbe shipped under upeclal contract. AHemplo e' sof the Companv are forbidden to receive frelcht without delivering a ship ping receipt therefore) In the form prescribed by the Company and which maybe seen by shippers upon application to the pursers of the Company'3 steamers Shippers aro notified that if froU lit la shipped without such receipt It will be 60lely at the risk at the shipper. C. Tj. WIGnT, President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. Said a lady to anoiher lndj friend, "in trading, at Hutch ing's. It's a place where qual ity is not sacrificed for cheap ness. Then you can find there always just such things a Fancy Groceries, it seem to me. as you're wanting most in Can ned Goods, in Pickles, Jams, Jellies, in Dried Fruits,, in Soups and, in fact, all sorts of Table Delicacies." J. HUTCHINCS, FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Telephone 353. P. 0. Bo 402. FREE DELIVERY. STOCK FOR SALE Island Bred Horses, Matched Pairs, and Saddle Horses. The Animals are Thoroughbred and Standard Bred, and some of the best Stock in the Islands are among them. Apply to , V. II. Klce. Pacific Mail Steamsbip AND T1IK Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co,, For Yokohama, Hongkong, Kobe, Nagasaki, mid Shanghai. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu on their way to tlie abave ports on or about the following dates: City of Peking Oct. 8 Gaelic Oct. 18 China . Oct. 27 Doric Nov. 5 City of Rio do Janeiro Nov. 17 llelgic Nov. 20 Coptic Dec. 0 Cltv of Peking Dec. 22 Gaelic Dec. 31 China Jan. 14 Doric Jan. 21 Nippon Maru Feb. 1 Rio dc Janeiro Feb. 9 Coptic . . . . Feb. IS America Maru Feb. 28 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. ' Aztec Oct. 1 Doric Oct. 11 Bclgic Nov. 1 Coptic Nov. 15 City of Peking Nov. 29 Gaelic Dec. " China Dec. 20 Doric Dec. 30 Nippon Maru Jan. 0 Rio de Janeiro Jan. 13 Coptic Feb. 4 Cltv of Peking Feb. 11 Gaelic Feb. 21 Hongkong Maru Feb. 28 Rates of Passage are as Follows: SINGLE TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin $ 75 European Steerage 25 For Yokohama Cabin $150 European Steerage 85 For Hongkong Cabin $175 European Steerage 100 ROUND TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin, 4 mouths $125 For Yokohama Cabin, 4 months $225.00 Cabin, 12 months 202.30 For Hongkong Cabin, 4 months $202.50 Cabin, 12 months 310.23 For Freight and Passage and Gener al Information, apply to H. Mackfeld & Go., (LIMITED.) AGENTS. J. F. MORGAN. STOCK BROKER, Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange. Telephone No. 72. P. O. Box No. 591. ff. G. IRWIN & CO., ML Wen. O. Irwin - President and Manager Jlaua Spreckels, - Vice President W M. Giffard. Secretary and Treasurer H. M. Whitney, Jr. - - - Auditor S UGAK XAOTOJRfiS, Commission Agents, AOENT8 OF THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF RAN FRANCISCO. OAL. Tine mithand Plumber Dealer in Tinwan Crockery, Glass ware, Hardware, Agate'- are, Cutlery, etc. Piping Laid ana Repaired. No 16, mauka Hotel street, near Smith. P. O. Box 902. Oceanic Steamship Company. Time Table The Fine Passenger Steamcri of this Line will Arrive at and Leavo This Port as hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR SAN FRANCISCO i AUSTRALIA SEPT. 30 ALAMEDA OCT. 12 AUSTRALIA OCT. 20 MARIPOSA NOV. 9 AUSTRALIA NOV. 23 In connection with the sailing of the above piennnis, the Agn aro pro pared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by nny railroad from San Francisco to, all points in the United States, and from New York by nny steamship line to all European ports AUSTRALIA OCT. 4 MARIPOSA OCT. 12 AUSTRALIA NOV. 1 MOANA NOV. 9 AUSTRALIA NOV. 29 For further particulars apply W. G. Irwin 8c Co, LIMITED. General Agents Oceanic, S. S. Company. 1 INGE ARRIVALS. .Monday, October 3. Am. schr. Transit, .lorgcnsoii, from San Francisco. l S. transport Pennsylvania, Dox rtid, from Manila September 9th, via Guam. Tuesday, October 4. Am, bk. Amy ..Turner, William C. Wnrland, from Departure Hay, Sep tember 12th. Am. schr. AlieeCobke, D. 11. P. Pen lutllov?, from Port Townsend, Septem ber llth. Am. schr. Maria E. Smith, 13. O. Smith, from Port Toivnsend, Septem ber 8th. DEPARTURES. Monday, October 3. Stmr. Iwa, Townsend, for Oaliu ports. Tuesday, October 4. Stmr. Kauai, llrulin, for l.iilminn, 4 p. m. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Haglund, for Na wJliwili, llananiaula, Koloa, Elrnlc, Hanapepe, Makaweli, Walmea and NI1 hau, 5 p. in. Stmr. Klnau, Clarke, for l.ahainn, Maalaea, Kike!, Makena, Kawailiae, Mahukoua, Honomti, Ououien, Pnpai kou and llilo; Knunakakni and Lnu pahochoe, mail and passengers only, 10 a. m. Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, for Ln- haina, Kahulul, iCeaiiac, liana, IIn. nioa, Klpahulu and Nun, 5 p. in. CARGOES. Per schr. Maria E. Smith, from Port Townsend, 502,000 feet of lumber, to Wilder & Co. Per schr. Alice Cooke, from Port Townsend, 902,000 feet of lumber, to I.ewers it Lookc. Per bk. Amy Turner, from Depart ure Hay, 1,387 tons of coal to the I. I. S. N. Co. Per schr. Transit, from San Francis co, September 15, 250 bbls Hour, 1,500 lbs sufrar, 529 ctls barley, 150 ctls corn 7,811 'lbs and 50 cs bread, 500 es soap, 750 pals wine, 5 pkgs groceries and provisions, 000 cs canned fruit, 17 cs manufactured tobacco, 192 cs hard ware, 41,775 lbs rolled barley, 1,000 lbs. ilieal, 200 bales hay, 5,790 lbs cracked corn, 131 gals whiskey, 101 bales pa per, 11 rolls leather, 2,000 lbs beans. 15 cs paints and oils, OS pkgs doors and windows, 50 cs scwinir machines. 1 bale clothing, 91 cs canned goods, 29 tanks acid, 100 bbls lime, 20 bales dry goods, 09 pkgs brooms, 11.800 lbs coke, 23,000 lbs pig iron, 25 bbls salmon. 52 cs boots and shoes, 50,000 lbs potash, 09 ctls wheat. PASSENGERS. Arrived. IVr schr. TrniiKit. frnin nn Frnii- ciseo, October 3 George F. Sanborn. Robert Cards. Per schr. Alice Cooke, from Port Townsend, October 4 Miss E. F. White. Departed. Per stmr. Kinau, for Maui and Ha waii, October 4 Mrs. P. f.enike and child, Mrs. E. Scott. W. II. Slebeeker, P. .larrctt, Mrs. E. Duvanchelle, Miss Rosie Sanna, W. H. McQunde, W. Thompson, George D. Gear, D. L. Ak- Wnl. II. P. YAVlieiv I"). TC. Itrnivn .T 'P Moir, Rev. W. Ault, A. V. Callaghanj .i. ii. lioeioosz, h. .owlien and wife, Mrs. Ostrom, A. II urn-berg, E. P. Dole, Charles Crelghton. H. If. Smith, Mrs. J. Smith, S. D. Strozynski, H. von Danim, Mrs. Rowland and child. Departed. Per stmr. Lehun, for Molokal, Oc tober :i Dr. Mouritz. Per stmr. Waialeale, for Kekaha. Oc tober 3 F. W. Glade and family, Mrs. A. S. Knudsen. O. S. Co.'s S. S. Australia, for Ran Francisco, October 4 S. D. Dve and wife. Wade Armstrong, A. Gilfilhin. W. C. Day. C. Rolte, Mrs. Dodge. Miss Annie Holt. C. Lucas and wife. T. W. Lee and wife. M. Smith. "Ur fi 111 Afve W. H. Rice. A. W. Meyer, S. II. Keii- nem. .Mrs. ue Long, A. V. Callahan. G. S. Smith, E. M. Smith. Herbert Wil liams. .1. I!. RolinrtKnii Afvc A -vr vi len. Miss-Allen, M. M. Cruik'shanYnnd wile. A. Urown, Miss Hellew, Miss Widdifield. J. O. Cnnu-,.11. 7T r ti,-,i Mrs. Hellew, Miss Hellew, W. R. Cas- uc, j. ji. Lastle. HONUAPO MILL. The new railway from Honuapo to Hilea is within half a mile of belli" completed, and it is hoped to have ft in good running order in time for- the next season's crop. Tlie mill at Hilea is being taken down and such of trie machinery as Is needed will be erect ed nt the latter place. A new nine roller mill lias been ordered from Hon olulu, so that when grinding com mences for 1899 Hutchinson planta tion will be able to handle all its cane at Jlonuapo. llilo Tribune. FOLLOWED THEIR ADVICE. "I broke out with great blotches on my face, nnd friends told me my blood was out of order and that I ought to take a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I followed their advice and" from that time to this I have not had any erup tions on my face. I know Hood's is a good medicine." Mrs. A. E. Radkey, St. Louis, Michigan. To Rent. At Ilanalei, Kauai, the Prlnccville Plantation Company, will Lease their Mill nnd Difuslou Plant, capacity twenty-flvo tons in twenty-four hours; also, their Lands not under Lease, comprising 1,50 0 to 2,000 ncrcs of available land, which can all be irri gated by wnter from the mountains by ditches or pipes. Something over onc-hnlf of this property Is for sale. This Includes the Valleys of Hnnalcl, Kallhlkal and Kalihlwni, most of which are under lease for rice culture. For all particulars apply to GEO. H. ROBERTSON, ' At Brewer & Co.'s, Queen Street. Honolulu, August 31, 1898. E. I. JORDAN. FORT MO. lO STREET Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment c.f DRY ID FANCY GOODS: Hugs, Carpets, Linoleum, ami Coeoniiul Glutting; Table Dainaskw 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. True Economy In buying Doesn't mean you're always trying To select tlie cheapest kind of trash; Hut in getting for your dollnr A SUIT to make you dance and "hol ler" 'Cause you've got a bargain for your "Kash." Then list to what we tell you . Aid beware of them who'd sell you Some cheap SUIT they'd claim is just as good; For they sold one to your neighbor Which was made by vagrant labor, And are looking for another (victim if they could. ClK Ra$b 9 Hotel Street Waverly Block. Agents for Dr. Beimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. Wo make Shirts to Order. HOOD'S PILLS cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, bllliousncss. All druggists. 25c. 4 THE AVAIAXAE HOTEL. YVnlanac, Oahn. Will be open for guests on and af ter September 7, 1S9S. Rates, $2.00 per day. ALBERT TOOGOOD, Proprietor. If you have a house for rent tell It In The Star. C. HOCK CHAW, WatcbiMer, Silver aud ' Goldsmith. Eyo Classes to Suit all Sights. WATCH REPAIRING. NO. 104 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,' 231 KING STREET. Has been appointed the agent for the sale of the well known " Stormer " Bicycles. They have every modern, improve ment; the style and finish is equal to any, and they are guaranteed as to work and material. Price $40, Spot Cash. This is no job lot, but a regular line which we shall keep constantly on hand at San Francisco prices. Morgan & Wright's Double Tube Tires on all Bikes. Parts and sundries for Bicycles on hand or, made to order. Baked Enamelling In Black and Colors. Contracts taken to Repair Bikes at $1 per month. SOMETHING NEW! Having convinced you of the 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 Now Offered on EASY TERMS ! PIIKOI STREET. w I I w H a- H3 S 28 s A3 IB.S 27 s 03 190 to to to t-3 to to to o 190 1)3 1G 03 I 95 93 15 g. f to o 1-3 .a 14 fi 13 'g 190 to , . 8 oo 1 d g Co ,S 190 93 2 95 1 OS I 93 M M o w Hi H3 KEEAUMOIQJ STREET. Apply io GEAR, LANSING & GO, 21 0 King Street. Telephone 256 H. E. McINTYRE BRO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. EAST CORNER FORT AND EING STREETS. New Goods received by every l'a cket from the Eastern States and Eh rope. Fresh California. Produce by every steamer.' All orders faithfully attended to and goods delivered to any part of the elty free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satlsfae tion guaranteed. General Ajjents for tlie iScmit curium Ki-rixxcl of Heoltla Food. Postofflce Box No. 1-15. Telephone No. 0? J. 31. MOSSAKKAT. Hahiiy P. Weber. What We Want, "This is what we want, isn't deary?" said a gentleman to his -wife, after they had gone over the Queen Hotel. She replied: "It's very nice and clean and cool." THEY TOOK D SUIT OF ROOMS. Monsarrat Sc 'Welber Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. (icucrnl Law Practice in the Hawaiian anil United States Courts. Real 13e-itcito oxicl Xixicimolal Aj;cxits Experienced Searcher of Records, Xotary Public, and Commissioner of Deeds lor the States of Xcw York and California In Olllee. Depositions Taken; Loans Placed aud Negotiated. Coffee Lands for Sale or Lease at Papa 2, Oleomoana 1, Kolo and Kaohe4, in the celebrated Coffee District of Koua, Hawaii. These lands will be sold or leased either in large or small tracts to suit purchasers. For Sale. House and Lot on Knmoiliili Road. Area of Lot 93-100 of an acre. Leased for .175 p. a. House and Lot on King Street. Lot 80x278. Lan'ds in Maui, Oahu and Molokai. For Lbasb. House and lot on Wilder Ave. Pasturage at Kuliouou. Cartwright Block, opp. Post Office.) Tele. 68. .u - v ',.. v' 4: .!