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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, DECEMBER 28, 1898.
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TIME TABLE
IflLOER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
1898.
IHZLZ'vll . 1
S. S. KINAU,
CLA11KE, Commander,
iWill lease Honolulu every Tuesday at
10 o'clock n. 111., touching nt Lahnlnn,
Uaaluea Bay and .Mukenii the same
day; Mahukona, Kawalhae and Lnu
pahoehoe the following day, arriving
t lUlo Wednesday.
lteturnlng will sail from llilo everk
Friday at 8 o'clock p. m., touching at
Xoupahoehoe, Mahukona and Kawal
liao, Mnkenn, Maalaea Hay and La
haina the following day, arriving at
Honolulu Sunday morning.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna, on the
econd ti-ip of each month, arriving
there on the morning of the day of
sailing from llilo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the Volcano is
Yia llilo. A good carriage road the
entire distance.
S. S.CLAUDINE,
CAMEKON, COMMANDER,
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday, at 5
o'clock p. 111., touching at Kahului,
liana, Hainoa and Kipahulu, Maui.
. licturning, arrives at Honolulu Sun
day morning.
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 depart
ure and arrival of its steamers WITH
OUT NOTICE, and it will not be. re
sponsible 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.
1 Live stock receiwd only at owner's
risk.
.This company will not be responsi
ble for money or valuables of passen
gers unless placed in the care of purs
ers. Passengers are requested to pur
chase tickets before embarking. Those
iailing to do so will be subject to an
additional charge of twenty-five per
cent.
Packnci'S contninlnc personal effects
wnether shipped b bRprrnce or freight, if the
contents thereof excerrt $100 Hollnrs in value
muit have the value thereof rlnlniy Mated
nntl marked, and tli Coninanv will not hold
ittelf liable for any lots or dnniace. in excess
of 'his sum, except tlm goods be shipped under
a special contract.
All emploj ei s of the Company are forbidden
to receive freight without deliverinc a shin-
ping receipt therefore in the form prescribed
bt the Company and which maybe seen by
fch'.pperBupon application to thepursersof the
Cimonnv's steamers. Shippers aro notified
th it if freifht is shipped without such receipt
u will Deboieiv ni me ristc ai ine snipper.
C. L. WIGHT, President.
S. P.. POSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Bank
On October 1st, 1S98, and continuing
Mntil further notice, Savings Deposits
will be received and interest allowed
ky this Bank at four and one-half per
cent per annum. Hie terms, rules
and regulations of the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Hank will be adopted
u far as it -is practicable to apply
Ahem, and the Cash Reserve of $00,000
ka required under the Postal Act will
be maintained.
Printed copies of the Pules and Peg
lations may be obtained on the 1st
f October on application.
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, September 7, 1808.
STOCK FOR SALE
Island Bred Horses,
Matched Pairs, and
Saddle Horses.
The Animals are Thoroughbred and
Standard Bred, and some of the best
Itock in the Islands are among them.
Apply to
W. II. Rice.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company
AND THE
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co,,
For Yokohama, Hongkong, Kobe,
Nagasaki, and Shanghai.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
above ports on or about the following
dates:
City of Peking Dec. 22
Gaelic Sec. 31
China Jan. 14
Doric Jan. 24
Nippon Maru Feb. 1
Itlo de Janeiro Feb. 0
Coptic Feb. 18
America Maru Feb. 28
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers ol the above Companies
will call at Honolulu on their way
from Hongkong and Yokohama to the
abovo port on or about the following
dates. '
China J3ec. 20
Doric Dec. 30
Nippon Maru Jan. G
Bio de Janeiro Jan. 13
Coptic Feb. 4
City of Peking Feb. 11
Gaelic Feb. 21
Hongkong Maru Feb. 28
Ratos of Passage are as Follows:
SINGLE TFJP.
For San Francisco ,
Cabin ' $ 75
European Steerage 25
For Yokohama
Cabin $150
European Steerage 85
For Hongkong
Cabin $175
European Steerage 100
, BOUND TRIP,
For San Francisco
Cabin, 4 months $125
For Yokohama
Cabin, 4 months $225.00
Cabin, 12 months 2G2.50
For Hongkong
Cabin, 4 months $2G2.50
Cabin, 12 months 310.25
For Freight as,d Passage and Gener
al Information, apply to
H. Nackfeld & Go.,
(LIMITED.) AGENTS.
J. F. MORGAN.
-REAIv ESTATE"
-A.rx- '
STOCK BROKER,
Member of Honolulu Stock
Exchange.
Telephone No. 72.
P. O. Box No. 504.
f . &. IBM & CO., LtL
ffm, G. Irwin - President and Manager
Claus Spreokels, - - - Vice President
W, M, Giffard, Secretary and Treasurer
H. M. Whitney, Jr. - - - - Auditor
SUGAR FAOXORS,
Commission Agents,
AGENTS Or T1H
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
WING CHEW LUNG GO.
have just received by the S. S. Gaelic
Manila Cigars, Matting,
Rattan Chairs,
Silke, Teas, etc,
On the arrival .of the Kinau and Clau
dine we always receive a large con
signment of Potatoes, which we sell
at wholesale prices. Orders delivered
free to any part of the city.
212 NUUANU STREET.
Next door to Goo Kim.
Tele. 874. P. O. Box 087.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
Time Table:
THE FINE PASSENGER STEAMERS OF THIS LINE
WILL ARRIVE AT AND LEAVE THIS PORT AS
HEREUNDER:
IPI
HUGE
AltltlVALS.
Tuesday, December 27.
Stnir. Kilohana, Thompson, from Ki-
lauea, 4,:il0 bugs sugar, 5 packages of
sundries.
DEPAltTUltKS.
Tuesday, December 27.
S. S. Australia, Iloudlette, for San
Francisco. , -
Wednesday, December 28.
Stmr. Iwnliml, Gregory, for l.alialua,
Itouokaa and Kukullinele, 4 p. in.
Sloop Kuwullnnl, for Pearl Harbor.
PASSICNGEltS.
' Arrived.
Per stmr. Kilohana,, from Kauai,
December 27 -Miss Anna Smith, and 0
deck.
Departed.
T'lM MttniV f'lllllrlllln fnr Af-mi Tlit-
cember 27 Mrs. V. C. Allen", Miss It.
Alien, .Miss A. I'errv, .Miss .1. I'errv,
V. H. LudlotT. C. Smith, C. II. Diekev,
f.ahninii: Mr. Itnllcr. ('. Allmi. Mrs. All.
bott. Dana: .1. K. Miller.
Per stmr. . G. Hall, for Kauai. De
cember 27 H. Kapu. V. I). Mellrvde,
V. C. Parke, S. K. Kaeo and wife.
Miss Itenken, Miss V. Ileckley, H.
Hlake. Miss A. Hoffman. J. Kam'awai,
Miss Selieiber. .T. Tltenmli. .f. S. Mi.
Candless.
Per stmr. Waialenle. fnr Kil nil on
December 27 C. F. Peterson, A. L.
Colstein, Ahov and wife.
Per stmr. Mlknhaln, for Makaweli.
December 27 A. F. Knudsen and wife.
Mrs. Knudsen, Miss K. King.
SUGAlt SHIPS.
NEW YOIHC. December 1.1. Tho fin.
gar Trust lias already chartered four-
teen vessels to carry suirar from ITa.
waii around the Horn.
WAS FINED FIFTY DOLLAHS.
Sailor Who Did Not Know His Pockets
were Loaded.
AlbW TTnwnrd. n nilni nf A, it.
tralia, was found guilty by Judge Wil
cox yesterday anernoon ol having opi
um in possession and was sentenced
to pay a fine of $50. JIiK friends paid
........... .....1 !I 1 l..r. i.
.iiu iiiuiii-j ,1 tin nuwiru ien uy ills
vessel at 4 o'clock.
The case has peculiarities. When
Howard nasseil nut nf tin. ir-ito nt tl
Oceanic dock he was searched, but no
opium was fund on his person. Dur
ing the afternoon he got immensely
inn iiiiu was arrested on a charge of
being drunk. When searched at the
station house a tin of opium was dis
covered,
Howard, claimed tn know nntliimr
of the opium, but believed that it was
lur i ii i o ins clonics iy other than his
own hands, and for a purpose. The
police, on the other hand, claimed a
clear case and proved it.
A KANAKA IT A MIC UAL.
Secretary of State John ,llay lias
presented to the widow of Admiral
Skerrett the medal and diploma con
ferred on Admiral Skerrett twenty
four years ago by King Kalakaua.
I lie presentation was m reeoL'iiitinn
of Admiral, then Captain, Skerrett's of
fer to land sailors and marines to
quell the riot followinir Kalakaua's
election. Congress however failed to
take action permitting- Captain Ske
rett to accept these decorations, so
mat tliey have lain in the state de
partment ever since. Now that the
Hawaiian government as a sovereiirntv
has gone out of existence and Admi
ral Skerrett is dead, the medal and di
ploma have been presented to Mrs.
Skerrett.
1
AN 01)1) COINCIDENT!-:.
Some interesting history is attached
to two bills recently introduced into
the House of Itepresentutives for Gen-
era Wheeler. Ihe bills nre to grant
pensions to Mrs. Margaret P. Shipp,
widow of Lieutenant William E. Shipn
who was killed at the battle of Snn
Juan hill, and of Mrs. Louisa I). Smith,
ivniuw oi lieutenant William II.
Smith, who was killed at the same
place. There was a remarkiilili. similnr.
ity in the history of the two soldiers.
I'liey studied together at West Point,
graduated together and after leaving
the academy both rose to the rank of
lieutenant. They met their deaths in
the same batjle within fifteen minutes
"i i-.iun inner, anil finally these bills
io pension their widows were Intro
duced into Congress simultaneously
' NEW OFKICEKS.
Lieutenant Ludwig was hibt night
ciecieii eaiiiain ol Loinpany K, N. G.
H. Second Lieutenant ll'oyen was
elected first lieutenant, and Sam
Johnson was elected second lieutenant
oi ine company. Captain John Schae
fer presided at tin. i.lm.tl
An addition will be built to Compa
ny A's room at the drill shed to ac-
ciiiiimouate company V,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
FOR SAN FRANCISCO i
AUSTRALIA ....
ALAMEDA
AUSTPALIA ...
JIAPIPOSA
. . . DEC. 21
.. JAN. 4
.. JAN. 18
... FEB. 18
AUSTPALIA DEC. 27
MAPIPOSA JAN. 4
AUSTPALIA JAN. 24
MOANA FEB. 1
In connection with the Sailing of the above Steamers, the
Agents are prepared 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 Steam
ship Line to all European Ports.
For further particulars apply
W. G. Irwin & Co.
(LIMITED.)
General Agents Oceanic, S. S. Company,
MUHH1W
E
BETWEEN
HONOLULU and
SEATTLE.
S. S. "GARONNE'
Wll make monthly round trips,
topping at H1LO on the down pas-
sage
AltPIVE IN HONOLULU,
January 21st, 1809.
LEAVE HONOLULU,
January 27th, 1899.
The S. S. "Garonne" is a large and
finely- eiiulpped steamer, with romv
comfortable and convenient passenger
uccuiiiiiiuiiiiiitniK.
Connections witli Northern Pacific
nnd Great Northern railways .afford
ing direct route to oentral or eastern
btntes.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.
AGENTS,
BRANCH
STORE
FOP.
Holiday : Goods
In order to accommodate the
immense stock of
Toys and
Fancy Goods
we have on sale for tho
HOLIDAY TKAI3
we will open on SATURDAY
at the old Watet-housc prem
ises on Queen Street, for the
sale of Christmas Goods ex
clusively. At Our No. 10
Store will be found a very
large stock of the very best
ITY GOODS . . .
We wish to call particular
attention to the choice line
of
KID GLOVES
WE OFFEIt THIS SEASON.
BOTH STORES OPEN NIGHTS
E. W. JORDAN
Holiday Shopping
a
Woman's Delight.
She knows the wants
of her hiiHbaud, and is
happy when she can
surprise him witli n
lieautiful tie as a Christmas
present. We have them
from 25 cents upward.
Pest makes nnd latest
holiday styles.
Smoking Jackets,
Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars,
Shirts, and ready-to-wear
clothing for
children and for
men.
Neat, New. Nobby.
A new stock of llovs'
Shirt Waists.
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We nmke SHIRTS to Order.
Telephone. No. 070. No. 9-11 Hotel St.
ELITE ICE
HIS 1111 10 DATE
.HHARTaCQj
GRERM MM
SOMETHING NEW!
Having convinced you of tho
superiority of our "LITTLE
JOKER" Smoking Tobacco, we
would ask
DO YOU CHQOSB TO CHEW?
THEN CHEW
"BATTLE AX" TOBACCO
A Fine Flavored Article.
For sale by all Retailers and by
HYMAN BROS.
Wholesale Importers.
i HAS AND ilsH'i NE1 1A!
Christens Carls,
Japanese Cnrios,
Lanterns,
Metal Ware,
Flower Pots,
LacaiTBr fare.
The ery Best Straw Hats
AT SPECIAL, PRICES
Gentlemen's Hats 15 cents up.
Ladies' Hats 35 cents up.
All finished with gocd quality of Ribbons.
STYJblSH NATIVE HATS.
US NUUANU ST.
TELE. 81-1.
THE "MONITOR"
Hawaiian Curios
Kapa, Calabashes, Leis, Native Hats,
Hula Skirts, Niihau Mats, Fans, Shells,
Seeds, etc. Home-Made I'oi constantly
on nana. .Mending done ISeatly and
Cut Flowers furnished by the
Woman's Exchange.
215 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
Telephone 059.
Christmas
"Tlx
Colors. Also, Souvenir Por
traits nnd Views.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Woii
DIMOND BLOCK.
75-79 KING STREET.
Photographic Co., Ltd., Mott
Smith block, cor. Fort and Hotel
Streets. Also the largest and most
artistic collection i Island Views.
WING WO KWAI,
Cor. Beretanla and Maunnkea Sts..
Coffee Saloon.
Also Dealer in General Merchandise.
J). L. AKWAI, Manager.
Telephone 590. P. O. Box U38.
Sang Clian,
Merchant Tailor,
Suits made to order in the latest style.
A perfect fit guaranteed. Clothing,
etc., made to order. Light Suits and
Linen Suits made to order.
NO. 64 HOTEL STEEET.
P. O. Box 203. Telephone 043
CHUNG HOT,
NUUANU STREET, near Pauahl.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Spectacles, Watchmaking Materials,
Curios, Jet Stones, Ivory, Cocoanut,
Chinese Jewelry. Silver and Gold
Plated Work.
Enormous : Display
OF--
Great Reduction in Prices
To make room for largo quantity of Goods soon to arrive.
IWAKAMI
Toys, Porcelain Ware, Crockery,
Silks, Pajamas, Kimonos,
Furnisjiing Goods.
Our large stock and ample room for displaying goodp make
us headquarters this season for Japanese Goods.
Robinson Block.
IWAKAMI.
Hotel Strec
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