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THR HAWAIIAN STAR, NOVEMBER 26, 1898.
TIME TABLE 1 IDEFE STEAMSHIP C 1898. S, S. KINAU, CLARKE, Commander, Bill leave Honolulu every Tuesday at II o'clock n. 111., touching at Lnhaimi, iUlaeu liny anil Makenn the tsntuo gy; Mahukona, Knwailme and Lau gaioehoo the following day, nrrivlug i HUo Wednesday. Bcturiiing will sail from llllo every BTriday at 8 o'clock p. 111., touching at lupahochoc, Mahukona and Kawul kM, Makena, Manlaca Hay and La famlna the following day, arriving at Honolulu Sunday a. 111. Will call at l'oholkl, Tuna, on the Seond trip of each month, arriving ikero on the morning of the day of galling from llilo to Honolulu. The popular route to the Volcano Is wla Hilo. A good carriage road the Satire distance. S. S.CLAUDIWE, CAMERON, Commander, E?ill leave Honolulu Tuesday, at E 'eloek p. in., touching at Kahului, Hana, Hnmoa and Kipahulu, Maul, eturning, arrives at Honolulu Bun Say mornings. Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each month. , , No freight will he received after 4 g. m. on day of sailing. This company reserves the right to take changes in the time of depart ure and arrival of its steamers WITH OUT NOTICE, and it will not be re iponslble 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 freight after it has been landed. Live stock received only at owner's rhik. This company will not be responsi ble for money or valuable of passen ger unless placed in the care of purs- r. x , . 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 HPackases containing jiersonnl effects, Whether shipped na bBPRncp or freight, If the contents thereof exceed S100 Hollars In value, must have the value thereof plainly stated and marked, and th-Company will not hold Itself liable for any loss or daniace In excess of this sum. except thogoodsbe shipped under a special contract. Allcmploe s nf the Companj are forbidden to receive frelpht without dellverli'K a ship pine receipt therefore In the form prescribed ny the Company and which may bo seen by nippers upon application to the pursers of the Company's steamers. Shippers are notllled that if freUht Is shipped without such receipt It will be solely at the risk at the shipper. C. L. WIGHT. President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. BAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. OP Savings Bank On October 1st, 1S9S, and continuing until further notice, Savings Deposits will be received and interest allowed by this Bank at four and one-half per cent per annum. The terms, rules and regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank will be adopted as far as it is practicable to apply them, and the Cash Reserve of $50,000 as required under the Postal Act will be maintained. Printed copies cf the Rules and Reg ulations may bo obtained on the 1st of October on application. Bisnop & CO. Honolulu, September 7. 189S. STOGK FOR S&LE Island Eretl Horses, Matched Pairs, and Saddle Horses. The Animals are Thoroughbred nnd Standard Bred, and some of the best Stock in the Islands are among them. Apply to w. II. Rice. Pacific Mail Steamship Company AND THK Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co,. For Yokolinmu, Hongkong, Kobe, NnRusukl, nnd Shanghai. Steamers of the above Companies will oall at Honolulu on their way to tho above ports on or about tho following dates: City of Rio de Janeiro Nov. 17 Belgle Nov. BO Coptic Dec. 0 City of Peking Dec. 22 Gaelic Dec. 31 China Jan. 14 Doric Jnn. 24 Nippon Mnru Feb. 1 Rio de Janeiro Feb. 0 Coptic Feb. 18 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. Coptic Nov. 15 City of Peking Nov. 29 Gaelic Dec. 0 China Dec. 20 Doric Dec. 30 Nippon Mnru Jan. C Rio de Janeiro Jan. 13 Coptic Feb. 4 Citv of Peking Feb. 11 Gaelic Feb. 21 Hongkong Maru Feb. 28 Rates of Passage aro as Follows: SINGLE TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin $ 75 European Steerage 25 For Yokohama Cabin $150 European Steerage 85 For Hongkong Cnbin $175 European Steerage 100 ROUND TRIP. For San Francisco Cabin, 4 months $125 For Yokohama Cabin, 4 months $225.00 Cabin, 12 months 2fC2.50 For Hongkong Cabin, 4 months $202.50 Cabin, 12 months 310.25 For Freight and Passage and Gener al Information, apply to EL Eackfeld & Go., (LIMITED.) AGENTS. J. F STOCK Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange. Telephone No. 72. P. O. Box No. 591. ff. &.IRIIN & CO., Lti. V7m. Q. Irwin - President and Manager Glaus Spreckels, - - - Vice President W. M. Giffard , Secretary and Treasurer n. M. "Whitney, Jr. - - - - Auditor SUGAR FACTOKS, Oonnniosion Agents, AGENTS or TUB OCEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO. OAL. XvIIV SING TinE mitn and Plumber Dealer in Tinwarf Crockery, Glass ware, Hardware, Agate'- are, Cutlery, ete. Piping Laid ana Repaired. No 16, mauka Hotel street, near Smith. P. O. Box 962. Oceanic Steamship Company. Time Table: The Fine Passenger Steamers of this Lino will Arrive at and Leavo This fort as hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR SAN FRANCISCO AUSTRALIA NOV. 23 MOANA DEC. 7 AUSTRALIA XDEC. 21 ALAMEDA JAN. 4 AUSTRALIA JAN. 18 MARIPOSA FEB. 18 AUSTRALIA NOV. 29 ALAMEDA DEC. 7 AUSTRALIA DEC. 27 MARIPOSA JAN. 4 AUSTRALIA JAN. 24 MOANA FEB. 1 In connection with tho sailing of the above steamers, the AgrntF are pro pared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports. For f urthorparticularsnpply W. G. Irwin & Co. UMITKD. General Agents Oceanic, S. S. Company. STRANGE Fill OF IE STORY OF THE CTSTOMS HOUSE ItKCOUDS. Rider Haggard nnd the Romancers of His School ,1 nut if It'll and Proved by O lliulnl Documents. The dry records of the custom house sometimes embalm the anguish of broken hearts. Romances some times picture' the characters of their ci cation as growing old in u single night under the onslaught of 11 great sorrow. The most striking thing in Rider J laggard's "She" is the de scription ul the rush of arrested years pouring in nn uvnlaiich on the head of the mysterious woman, "She who is to be obeyed," till in a moment she is changed from the comeliness of a youth over which the centuries have had no influence, to the wrinkled, withered, ununified appearance which those centuries would bo expected to bring in natural order. Hut 1he.se are romances, it lias re mained for the records of the Honolu lu Custom House to furnish the irre fragible proof that such things may be. Among the documents under the control of Collector General McStoek- er are some which show, not in an abstract way, as by syllogism and ar gument, that the romances arc right, but bv concrete example, pointing out the individual and the exact duration in years of the agony endured. And all Honolulu knows the man. These records show that a man whose age, nativity and occupation are given, came here November 5th, aged 43 years. The newspapers of the next week tell the story of the catas trophe that overtook him. the cus tom house records then take up the thread of veracious fact again and show that this 43 years old man left here on November 18th, thirteen un lucky days after he came, aged 50 years. V. Gaspard de Coligny is the man. The contumely and disci-edit which followed his attempt to rewrite the history of Hawaii so as to bring the Confederate cruiser Alabama here in 1801 with himself aboard her as a lieutenant,' was the catastrophe. He came on the Doric, described as a na tive nf France, 43 years old, and a tourist. He left on the llio with no nativity ascribed to him 011 the ship's manifest, but 50 years old. His hurt ling experience with the established facts of history against which lie ran aged lit in seven years in thirteen days. lint the facts prove more for the romancers of literature. They com pletely vindicate Iiider Haggard's the ory of the arrest of time. For if he was a naval lieutenant in 1S01 and was only 43 years old in W.M, lie was a lieutenant at (i, a manifest impossi bility. Or even if lie were 50 in 1808, lie must have been a lieutenant at 13, an impossibility amounting to mani fest impossibility. Therefore he was more than six or even thirteen when lie was a' lieutenant on the Alabama in tlie port of Honolulu in 1801, but time for him was afterwards arrested, and tho jolt he received when he tried to pass for history his bare faced lie, simply unloosed the blocked escape ment 'from the wheels of time and let years roll by in a fortnight. Thus are Iiider Haggard and the ro mancers justified by ollicial records. Io Rent. At Hnnalci, Knuol, the Prlnccvlllo Plantation Company, will Lease their Mill nnd Dlfuslon Plant, capacity twenty-flvo tons In twenty-four hours; also, their Lands not under Lease, comprising 1,50 0 to 2,000 ncrcs of nrnble land, which enn nil bo Irri gated by wntcr from the mountains by ditches or pipes. Something over onc-hnlf the stock of this company Is for sale. Land in cludes the Valleys of Hnnalci, Kalihl knl and Kallhhvai, most of which nrc under lease for rice culture. For nil particulars apply to GEO. H. ROBERTSON, At Brewer & Co.'s, Queen Street. Honolulu, August 31, 1808. CAXE FKOM KOXA. Coerper and Wilgeroth display In Meluerny's window two specimens of cane grown on their place in Komi without irrigation, which are destin ed to open the eyes of people who never believed the product would flourish in that district. One .specimen attained a height of twelve feet in twelve months, and another fourteen feet in thirteen months. NOTICED A CHANGE. "I felt run down and did not have much appetite. 1 began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon noticed a change. My appetite improved won derfully and I felt brighter and stronger. My eyes hnve been weak, but since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla they do not trouble nie in the least." A. Cliiarini, Fruitvnle, Cal. HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver ills. Mailed for 25c by C. 1. Hood & Co.. Lowell, .Mass. 4 M GOLDEN -:- RULE -- BAZAAR 310 FORT STREET. HONOLULU. With Fire and Sword, by Slenkie wicz. On the Bright Shore, by Sienkie wicz. That Third Woman, by Sienkiewicz. Mnlcom Kirk, by Charles M. Shel don. A Fair Revolutionist, by St. George Rathboru. Old Ebenezer, by Onio Read. Mrs. Annie Green, by Ople Rend. In Buncombe Country, by Pool. The Awnkening of Noahvlllc, by North. Tho Unseen Hnnd. by Lynch. A Wounded Name, by Captain Chas. King, U. S. A. For tho Defense, by Fergus Hume. Whiz, by Holbrook. Eat Not Thy Heart, by Gordon. Lost Man's Lane, by Anna K. Green. Ballyho Bey, by Quitter. A Lost American, by Gunter. The Damnation of Theron Weir, by Frederic. The Mighty Atom, by Corelli. The Lust of note, by Boothby. Four Months After Date, by Tyler. And ninny others. New Stationery. Island Curios. E. I. JORDAN FORT MO. lO STR EET Keops constantly on hand a large assortment of I Rugs, Carpels, Linoleum, nnd Cocoanut Mailing. Tnblo Damasks nnd Napkins. Blankets, Grass Cloth (White and Colors.) DRAWN WORK TEA CLOTHS, ETC, (In Linen and Grass Cloth.) FORT STREET, HONOLULU. THE WORTH OF OUR GOODS MAKES PRAISE NEEDLESS. Our furnishings are the latest patterns, tlie most stylish, and the best. Our clothing is widely known for its make, fit and wear. Our prices are the lowest possible for the high class goods we carry. We pay KASH, and sell for KASH, that is why wc can afford to sell the best ;oods nt prices you would have to pay others for tlie poorest. O 9 Hotel Street : : Waverley Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. Wo make SHIRTS lo Order. Telephone No. 670. No. 9-11 Hotel St. $1.50 to $2,00 TEK DAY AT The Queen Hotel, NUUANU STREET. BY THE WEEK: $7 to $8 I M STABLES, HO. Fort Street, Near Hotel. Tel. 477. Livery Ronrdingand Sales Stables. Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts, Safo Drivers. Wo are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good service is what we depend upon to get It. Hack stand Bell Tower, Union Street, Telephone No. 310. Hacks Nos. 02, 05, 81, 125, and 180. C. II. BELLINA, Manager. TEE HOP SING Groceries. Island Butter, Pure Koiin Coffee Cigars nnd Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. King Street near Alakea. ti -,'.U.'.. . sMiA A .'v: ? If you have a house for rent tell it In The star. f SOMETHING NEW! Having convinced you of the superiority of our "LITTLE JOKER" Smoking Tobacco, wo would ask DO TOU CHOOSE TO CHEW? THEN CHEW "BATTLE AX" TOBACCO A Fine Flavored Article. For sale by all Retailers and by HYMAN BROS Wholesale Importers. KAIMUKI TRACT This tract having been platted is now ready for sale, and we offer the public the opportun ity of procurcng delightful residence sights at reasonable prices. Situated in the district of Honolulu, about three miles from the center of the city, with fine macadamized roads leading to it and on the line of the new Electric Street Rail way; at'an elevation overlook ing Kapiolani Park, the ocean, the city, and Pearl Lochs, it is, without exception, the healthiest and most pictur esque of our city suburbs. r Same is laid out with streets each 50 feet wide, each lot containing 15,000 square feet, 100x150 and 75x200, which we ofier at 400 each, on pay ments of $100 cash and bal lance in monthly installments of $25. Those desiring to visit the property will be personally at tended and conveyed to and from same by making engage k ments at our office, where fur ther information will be fur nished, and where a map of the tract can be seen. App to GEAR, LANSING & CO. 21 0 King Street. Telephone 256 IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN J Groceries, Provisions and Feed, EAST CORNER FORT AND CINQ STREETS. New Goods received by every l'a cl:et from the Eastern States and Ea 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. Satisfac tion guaranteed. General Ajcox-its for -fclao Sanitarium OBrarxcl of I-Ioctltlx Food. Postofflce Box No. 145. Telephone No. 09 CHILDREN'S PHOTOS Are tho hardest of all to make well until you become accustomed to the task. Mothers tell use we are at our best when making photos of the little ones. Our qaint, uniques poses faithful likenesses and dainty style of finishing the photos find favor in every mother's eyes. Preservo baby's pretty face In one of Williams' photos. ) FORT STREET, nONOLULU. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM. Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co. II. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. First Class Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers' Eequlsltes a Specialty. DRIER (MILSIPJOJAIE. harts caj EUIE lilt 11,1 PUS H. MAT & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 08 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Both Telephones 22. P. 0. Box '47.