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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1902.
teamer of the ab vo line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.
. W., and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. ,
Duo at Honolulu on or about tho dntos bolow stated, viz:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C,
(or Brisbane and Sydney.
AORANGI ,. JULY
Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both
Up and Down Voyages
THEO. H. DAVIES &
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of fthe above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
NIPPON MARU MAY 16
PERU MAY 24
COPTIC JUNE 3
AMERICA MARU JUNE 11
PEKING JUNE 19
GAELIC JUNE 2S
HONGKONG MARU JULY 5
CHINA JULY 15
DORIC JULY 23
NIPPON MARU JULY 31
PERU AUG. 8
COPTIC AUG. 16
HONGKONG MARU AUG. 26
CHINA SEPT. 6
For general Information apply to
n. HACKFEI.D &
iceanic Steamship Company.
The fine Passengers Steamers of this
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA MAY 16
VENTURA MAY 28
ALAMEDA -..JUNE 6
SIERRA JUNE 18
ALAMEDA JUNE 27
SONOMA JULY 9
ALAMEDA JULY 18
VENTURA JULY 30
ALAMEDA AUGUST 8
SIERRA AUGUST 20
ALAMEDA AUGUST 29
SONOMA SEPT. 10
ALAMEDA SEPT. 19..
bi connection with the sailing of the
tared to l-;ue, to Intending passengers
Krom San Francisco to all points In the
tamshlp line to all European Forts.
For further particulars apply to
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Company,
Direct Monthly Service Between
New York and Honolulu,
Yia Pacific Coast
The splendid new steel steamers
"HAWAIIAN": to sail about May 20th, 1802,
"OREGONIAN": to sail about July JBtJi, 1902,
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
From San Francisco :
S. S. "HYADES": to sail May 17th, 1902.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. 20.
From Seattle and Tacoma :
S. S. "AMERICAN": to sail June 15, 1902.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd
C..P. MORSE, General FrelgMRifent.
From Sydney and Brisbane, for Vic
toria and Vancouver, B. C:
AORANGI JUNE 4
MOLINA JULY 2
CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARU MAY 20
PEKING MAY 2S
GAELIC JUNE 7
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DORIC . JUNE 28
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
PERU JULY 1G
COPTIC JULY 23
AMERICA MARU AUG. 2
PEKING AUG. 11
GAELIC AUG. 20
DORIC SEPT. 12
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 20
CO., Ltd. Agts,
Ine will arrive at and leave this port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA MAY 21
SIERRA MAY 27
ALAMEDA JUNE 11
SONOMA JUNE 17
ALAMEDA JULY 2
VENTURA JULY 8
ALAMEDA JULY 23
SIERRA JULY 29
ALAMEDA AUG. 13
SONOMA AUG 19
ALAMEDA SEPT. 24
above steamers, the Agents are pre
coupon through tickets by any railroad
United States, and from New York by
(For additional and later shipping see
pages 4, 5, or 8.)
Sunday, May 18.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
ports at 4 n. m. with 1718 bags sugar,
114 bags taro, 10 bags corn, 1500 sheets
corrugated Iron, 28 hogs, 1 horse and
108 packages sundries.
'Stinr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports at 3 a. m. with B432 bags
sugar, 31 packages sundries, 1 horse, 18
bundles hides, 1 sheep.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, from
Anahola at 4:20 a. m. with 2600 bags
Stmr. Walalenlc, Plltz, from Annhola
at 11:30 a. m. with 3429 bags sugar, and
1 box fowls.
Monday, May 19.
Am. bktn, Amelia, Wilier, 30 days
from Eureka at 7:30 a. m.
Wednesday, May 21.
America Maru, Going, from the
Orient, may arrive.
Sunday, May IS.
S. S. Callfornlan, Lyons, for New
York, via Kahulul and Hilo at 6 p. m.
Monday, May 19.
Stmr. Lohua, Napala, for Molokal
ports at 5 p. m.
Tuesday, May 20.
'Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker for Maul ports
at 5 . m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports at no'on.
Wednesday, May 21.
S. S. Alameda, Herrlmun, for San
Francisco at 10 a. m.
Per stmr. Klnau, May 17, from Hllo
anil way ports Ralph Brown, A. J.
Frederick, L. Schweitzer, S. W. Spencer
J. C. Hummel, E. H. Clay and wife, G.
B. Curtis, Gordon Russell, Gus Fussell,
D. 15. Maconachle, L. K. Pearson, S.
Nowleln, D. Lycurgus, J. E. Rocha, E.
M. Bouksfysky, Mrs. M. Alna and
child, Henry P. Kaohl, Mrs. Kelker,
Boon Kwal Leong, Mrs. T. K. Lucas,
George Wilson, George Ross, wife and
two children, W. W. North, C. H. Gra
ham, H. L. Ross, Andrew Adams, Rev.
O. P. Emerson, A. Enos Sr., and wife,
A. Enos Jr., and wife, Miss Rose Leal,
H. Mortensen. D. Land, P. Perry, W
Green nnd 122 deck passengers.
Per stmr. Claudlne, May 18, from
Maul ports C. L. Wight, Mrs. L. R.
Lufkln, Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, Miss C. O.
Lufkln, Master Lufkln, .Miss M. Smith,
Mrs. M. B. Watson, Miss M. Kirkland,
II. C. Barrow, M. Roemer, W. 11. Lentz,
M. Cabial, O. Gibb, F. Klamp, F. E.
Richardson, W. F. Drake, G. W. Carr,
II. T. Haysclden, J. J. Combs, W. H.
Cornwell, II. P. Baldwin, P. Ohrt, Ah
Young, F. Garcia, wife and child, Sugl
moto, Mrs. L. Groves, J. S. Ralston una
wife, J. W. Lloyd, wife and child, Miss
Kate Stewart, A. N. Kepolkal. Dr. J. II.
Raymond, S. M. Damon and eighty.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, .May IS, from
Kaul ports Miss Mary Perry, C. M.
Rugg, T. R. Robinson. S. Kuirumita. Ah
See, wife and four children. Miss Anie.
Mrs. Knla, Miss Kola, W. M. Uergan, E.
K. Bull, W. Williamson, Mrs. E. Maki
koa, S. Ozaki, G. Fugisawa .and Fifty
Per stmr. James Makee, May 18, from
Anahola Mrs. II. C. Bertleman, Mr.
and .Mrs. F, Bertleman.
Per schr. AV. H. Marston, May 19,
from San Francisco Ralph Law and
Arriving. Mny 15. stmr. Enternilse.
Miller, from San Francisco. May 14. Am.
bark Dhoderlck Dhu, Johnson, from San
Departing, May 10. Am. shin. Falls of
Clyde, Matson. for San Francisco, with
49.8SG bags sugar; Am. schr. Bertie
Minor, Raven, for Kahulul to load su
gar. May 15, S. S. Alaskan, Banfleld,
for New York.
Arriving, May 11, Am.
Minor, Raven, from Hllo.
bark, Nuuanu, Josselyn,
May 12, Am.
Departing, May 17, Br. bark Antlope,
Murray, for 'San Francisco.
Departing", May 17, Br. ship Klnrose,
Murray, for Ladysmlth.
ALASKAN LEAVES HILO.
The big S. S. Alaskan, Captain Ban
fleld, sailed from Hllo last Thursday
with 11,000 tons of sugar for the Atlan
PERU BRINGS NEXT MAIL.
Unless some transport or tramp
steamer happens to come along within
the next few days, there will be no mail
from San Francisco until the afternoon
of May 23, when the Peru will probably
be sighted. She is not due until Muy 24,
but she came In ahead of time on her
preceding trip, and may repeat the oc
curence this week.
AMERICAN MARU THIS WEEK "
The American Maru will be three
days late in reaching here from the
Orient. Figuring that she runs n day
ahead of her regular schedule, she
should be sighted on Wednesday, May
21. She will probably leave for San
Francisco, within a ow hours after
ALAMEDA FOR THE COAST.
Tho Alameda will sail at 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning, for San Francisco.
Sho will take a large crowd of passen
gers, among them being R. O. Yardley,
the former artist of the Advertiser.
Tho record day
for loadlnc sutrar In
Hllo harbor was made last Wednesday
whon 10,483 bags were transferred from
the warehouses to the eapoclous hold of
the Alaskan in one day by one gang of
men jjiio iriuune.
The U. S. Army to Establish a System
WASHINGTON, May 7. An object
lesson In tho progress made by tho
world In the development of wireless
telegraphy Was furnished yesterday In
the olllce of Brigadier General A. W.
Greely, chief signal olllcor of the nrmy,
whero bids for establishing a system In
Alaska were opened.
l-lve proposals were received . nnd nn-
other from tho Sluby-Arco Company Is
on Its way to Washington. These were
the bidders: Queen & Co.. of Phllailpl.
phla, for Professor FeHsenden, who with
Professor Moore has developed a system
or wireless toiegrapny ror the Weather
Bureau; Boote, Plerson & Co.. of New
York: Marconi Company, -of London,
England, which has a branoh houa In
America; American Wireless Telegraph
una Telephone Company of Phlladel
phla; Do Forest Wireless Telegraph
company, of Now York.
The bids were received and opened I
accordance with an advertisement Is
sued by General Greely, who Invited
proposals for "furnishing and Install
Ing a complete system of wireless, tele
graphy In the Territory of Alaska.
General Greely required bidders, be
fore the contract was awarded, to de
monstrate their ability to transmit legl
ble records for two consecutive days at
a illsl'ance of sixty miles and before ac
ceptance each separate system would
bo required to work satisfactorily for
not less than ten consecutive days,
General Greely expressed gratification
at the number of proposals received. Ho
says he will refer them to a board of
examlnaton of the systems and a re
Advertise your wants In the Star.
Ready made evening dress
suits and tuxedos made by
Alfred Benjamin & Co., New
York. Perfect fit, best materials,
and moderate price. The
wise man wants to look well
and be correctly dressed and
patronizes us. Truly he
could not do better.
New stock of Inverness
Overcoats and complete Una
of collars, cuffs, shirt but
tons, uress ties, etc.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Hotel Street between Bethel and
Always on land
FANCY CUTLERY. CUT GLASS,
EVERYTHING IN THE
LINE OF HARDWARE.
P. O. Box 609.
39 N. King St.
Tel. Main 393.
Good Work Guaranteed.
Corner King and Maunakea Streets.
Wllhelm Schilling Proprietor.
PRIMO BEER ON TAP AND IN BOTTLES
TEN CENTS A SCHOONER.
Also Cigars, Tobacco and Cold Drlnkn.
Llllha Stret Near Vineyard.
The following are the arrivals and
departures of foreign Bteamera:
leave Honolulu for S. F. or Victoria.
America Maru May 20
Alameda May 21
Sierra May 27
Peking May 28
Gaelic . ; June 7
Alameda June 11
Hongkong Maru June 13
Sonoma June 17
China June 21
Doric June 28
Alameda July 2
Nippon Maru July 8
Ventura . .., July 8
Peru July 16
Alameda July 23
Coptic July 23
Sierra July 29
America Maru Aug. 2
Peking Aug. 11
Alameda Aug. 13
Sonoma .- Aug. 19
Gaelic Aug. 20
Hongkong Maru Aug. 26
Alameda Sept. 3
China Sept. 5
Ventura Sept. 9
Doric Sept. 12
Nippon Maru Sept. 20
Alameda Sept. 24
Arrive Honolulu from 8. I or Victoria,
Nippon Maru May 16
Peru May 24
Ventura May 28
Coptic June 3
Alameda . , June 6
MIowera June 7
America Maru June 11
Sierra June 18
Peking June 19
Alameda June 27
Gaelic ......Juno 28
Aorangl July 5
Hongkong Maru July 5
Sonoma July 9
China July 15
Alameda July 18
Doric July 23
Ventura July 30
Nippon Maru July 31
Alameda Aug. 8
Peru '. Aug. 8
Coptic Aug. 16
Sierra .' Aug. 20
America Maru , Aug. 23
Alameda Aug, 29
Peking Sept. 2
Sonoma Sept. 10
Gaelic Sept. 10
Hongkong Maru Sent. 18
Alameda , Sept. 19
Carry Mall only.
Don't Go On Worrying
Tfoo. H. Davis & Co,
A new Invoice Just oponod,
Call oarly or you will miss a choice.
New Furniture Sal
GITY FURHITUHE STORE
H. It. WILLIAMS, Manager
Fresh pork sausage In bulk and In casing, and smoked sausages as
FRANK FURTERS. BALOGNA, GARLIC, PORTUGUESE SAU
SAGE, LIVER SAUSAGE. HEAD CHEESE, BLOOD SAUSAGE;
TONGUE SAUSAGE, COMPRESSED HAM, ETC.
All our sausages are made fresh every day and you can depend on
having the best from us.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND
V WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
OKAS I.INEN CTOTH
66-72 King Street corner of Smith.
Branch Stores in Hongkong. Shanghai and Yokohama.
when entering tho lumes of some
people the sense comfort and
beauty and rest.
The secret Is In the harmonious
wall decorations. If you would
have that same feeling of com
fort why not come to us for the
WALL PAPER t
The prettiest and swellest of
moderately priced wall papers.
Wo have every shade under
tho sun In Ingrain Papers, and
all tho new Art Nouveaus.
Everyone Invited to see the
FORT STREET, - HONOLULU
With Inferior or need
lessly expensive illu
mination In your
home. There is abso
lutely no occasion for
It. Thousands of
out the Islands hava
removed this annoy
ing problem entirely;
by acquainting them
selves with the ideal
perfect light for tho
home. It is as bril
liant as gas or electri
city, never smokes,
smells or gives any
trouble, is lighted and
extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but)
little kerosene oil. Our
catalogue shows all
styles from $1.80 up,
and Is sent. for the-asking.
being unpacked, and put on
o by tho
Love' Building, 534 and 53(1 Fort Street
Meat Co., Ltd
HEW TERRITORY RESTAURANT,
TAM" SING. MANAG n.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MEALS 25 CENTS.
MEAL TICKETS. $4.60.
FO- STREET, Opposite Club Stables,
There Is no other place in the
world where a chiffonier is
needed so much as In Honolulu.
In this climate, where ladles re
quire so many changes of cloth
ing, extra space is in demand to
keep them, and no other piece
of furniture is quite so conveni
ent and beautiful as a chiffonier.
Our present stock is very handsome-
and the prices are low.
that when you want couches,
pillows filled, furniture repaired
and polishing done that our
UPHOLSTERY, AND REPAIR
DEPARTMENT is up-to-date.
Hopp & Company
Ooalers . . .
KING ic BETHEL STREETS
'Phone 111 Main.
Ads under "Situations Wanted," In
serted. fre of charge in the Star.
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