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THE HAWAIIAN STAR. TI1UH8DAY, JULY 31, 1901.
Canadian strata
STEAMSHIP
Steamer of the atnve line, running in connection with the CANADIAN
TACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.
fii W., and calling at Victoria 13. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. ',
Due at Honolulu on or about tho dates bolow stated, viz:
FOR AUSTRALIA.
MOANA AUO. 2
MIOWERA Aug. 30
tAORANGI SEPT. 27
MOANA OCT. 25
MIOWERA NOV. 22
AORANGI DEC. 20
Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both
Up and Down Voyages
. H. DAVIES &
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S; Co
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of fthe above Companies
port on or about the dates below men
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
NIPPON MARU JULY 31
KOREA AUG. 8
COPTIC AUG. IS
'AMERICA MARU AUG. 23
PEKING SEPT. 2
GAELIC SEPT. 10
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 18
CHINA SEPT. 20
DORIC OCT. 4
NIPPON MARU OCT. 14
KOREA OCT. 22
COPTIC OCT. 29
AMERICA MARU NOV. 6
PEKING NOV. 14
GAELIC NOV. " 22
HONGKONG MARU DEC. 2
CHINA DEC. 10
DORIC DEC. 18
ND7PON MARU DEC. 20
For general Information apply to
H. HACKFEI.D
Oceanic
TIME TIBIE
The fine Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave this port
ia hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
(VENTURA JULY 30
ALAMEDA AUGUST 8
SIERRA AUGUST 20 I
ALAMEDA AUGUST 29 ,
SONOMA SEPT. 10 I
ALAMEDA SEPT. 19..
Local Boat ..
Ix connection -with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre
pared to 1 -tie, to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any railroad
lrom San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New York by
SUnnehlp line to all European Ports.
For further particulars apply to
w
G. Irwin Sc Co.
(LIMITED)
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Company.
Direct Monthly Service Between
New York and Honolulu,
Via Pacific Coast
The splendid new steel steamers
S. S. "ALAfKAN" to sail about August 20th.
S. S. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail about September 15th.
S. S. "AMERICAN" to sail about October 15th.
Freight received at Company's wha rf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times.
From San Francisco :
S. S. "NEVADAN" to sail Au gust 2Sth.
S. S. "NEVADAN" to sail O ctober 9th.
S. 3. "NEBRASKAN" to sail October 30th.
, Frelgnt received at Company's wha rf, Stewart Street, Pier No, 20,
From Honolulu to San Francisco :
U S. S. "NEVADAN" to sail August 9th.
i S. H. "NEVADAN" to sail S eptember ' 20th.
S, S. "NiJVADAN" to s.il! November 1st.
From Seattle and Tacoma :
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" to sail August 10th.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd
C P. KORSEt General Freight Agent
Royal
Mail
COMPANY
FOR VANCOUVER.
MIOWERA JULY 30
AORANOI AUO. 27
MOANA SEPT. 24
MIOWERA OCT. 22
AORANGI NOV. 19
MOANA DEC. 17
CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
will call at Honolulu and leave this
tloned:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARU AUG. 2
PEKING AUG. 11
GAELIC AUG. 20
HONGKONG MARU AUG. 2G
CHINA SEPT. 5
DORIC SEPT. 12
NIFPON MARU SEPT. 20
KOREA SEPT. 30
COPTIC OCT. 7
AMERICA MARU OCT. 14
PEKING OCT. 22
GAELIC NOV. 1
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 8
CHINA NOV. IS
DORIC NOV. 25
NIPPON MARU DEC. 5
KOREA DEC. 13
COPTIC DEC. 19
AMERICA MARU DEC. 27
CO., Ltd. Agts.
ieamship Company.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JULY 29
'ALAMEDA AUG. 13
SONOMA AUG 19
'ALAMEDA SEPT. 3
VENTURA SEPT. 9
'ALAMEDA SEPT. 24
AGENTS.
fPI
I
(For additional and later shipping see
pages 4, 5, or 8.)
ARRIVING.
Wednesday, July SO.
Nippon Maru, Greene, from San
Francisco, at 8:30 p. ni. j
Thursday, July 31.
Am. schr. Otllllo Fjord, Bosch, 20
days from Eurehn, at 7 a, m.
S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, from Syd
ney, Brisbane and Suva, due.
DEPARTING.
Thursday, July 31.
Nippon Mnru, arecno, foi the Ori
ent, at noon.
Stmr. Klnait, Frcoinar-, for San Fran
cisco, at 8:10 a. m.
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, for Kauai portf,
on Mlknhala run, at 5 p. m.
PASSENGEHS.
Arriving.
Per S. S. Nippon Maru, from San
Francisco, July 24, at Honolulu, July
SO. For Yokohama. O. Polluk, II. P.
Perry, A. It. Wheeler and servant. For
Kobe K. S. Gilbert, B. G. Reaves, K.
Urakawa. For Nagasaki Miss Anna
Conover. For Shanghai Miss M.
Campbell, C. G. Fitzgerald, Mrs. C. G.
Fitzgerald, Dr. S. A. Ransom, Miss
Frances West. For Hongkong Mrs.
D. Ellis, Mrs. V. Gray, Mrs. E. Hamil
ton, E. L. Hallawtll. Frederick O'Brien.
Departing.
Per stmr. Maul, July 30, for Kahulul.
J. W. Searle, A. Jackson, Miss H. Ke
kolohe, L. It. Crook, O. M. Atwood, M.
G. Anjo, Mrs. E. M. Johnson, It. F. En
gle, 11. Gorman. For Hana. Miss
Hardwlck, Mls3 Humburg, Mrs. Hum
burg. For Huelo Mr. and Mrs. Cham
berlain. Per stmr. Lehua, July 30, for Pukoo.
Fred Beckley, Mrs. Nakulna, Mrs. II.
Fountain, F. N. Foster. For Kaunaka
kal Mrs. William Auld, Henry Meyer,
E. It. Folsom and wife.
Am. ship Tlllie E. Starbuck, Curtis,
for Delaware Breakwater, probably
sail late In afternoon.
Am. ship Fort George, McClure, for
San Francisco, probably In afternoon.
S. S. Nevadan, Weedon, for Kahulul,
probably about 5 p. m.
Per Nippon Maru, July 31, for the
Orient. Chinese Consul Yang Wei
Pin, H. T. Godfrey and wife, G. H.
Hanna, W. N. Hanna, W. Hlbley, A.
M. Dyckeroff, I. Elsenberg, Rudolf Got
tllber, J. E. Lewis, W. P. Boyd and
wife, Harry Paul Jones, H. Hamanaka,
Mrs. J. Ozawa, Mrs. T. Masuda, J. M.
Kanematsu, Miss Fuji Ozawa and 125
Japanese and 25 Chinese in the steer
age. .
Per. Stmr. Kinau, July 31, for San
Francisco. Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, Mrs.
Steele and 4 children, Mrs. Clark and
daughter, Mrs. Inman and child, Miss
Gardner.
HENCE AND HITHER.
The steamer Peru reached San Fran
cisco July 22. The ship Emily Reed,
lrom Kahulul, arrived at Victoria July
22. The barkentine George C. Perkins,
lrom Honolulu, arrived at Eureka July
20. The steamer Alaskan, from Hono
lulu for New York, passed Cape Pillar
June 23. The schooner Kona and the
bark Prussia arrived at Port Town
send from Honolulu July 23.
THE RODERICK DUtf.
The bark Roderick Dim sailed from
Pan Francisco July 23, with a general
cargo nnd the following: passengers for
Hilo: Mrs. Thomas H. Whitney, sis
ter of W. Zoller of the Pacific Steam
Navigation Company, sailed for the
round trip to Hilo, and Is accompanied
by Mrs. Peter Johnson, wife of tin;
Roderick Dhu's master, and her chil
dren. The other passengers are. Mrs.
A. Nuptnaly, ,. L. Mann, Mr. Dacu
mpister, Mrs. L. L. Cameron and two
children. Dr. Thompson. Dr. Maynard,
Mr. Ross and two children of George
McKenzle.
PASSENGERS FOR HILO.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 24. The bark
Roderick Dim, Captain Johnson, sailed
yesterday for Hilo with the usual num
ber of passengers and a fair sized cargo
Vjf freight. Mrs. Thomas 11. Whitney,
sister of W. Roller of the Pacific Steam
Navigation Company, sailed for the
round trip to Hilo, and is nccompanled
by Mrs. Peter Johnston, wife of the
Roderick Dhu's master, and her chil
dren. The other passengers were:
Mrs. A. Napthaly, A. L. Mann, Mr.
Dacumeister, Mrs. L. L. Cameron and
two children, Dr. Thompson, Dr. May
nard, Mr. Ross and two children of
George McKenzle.
TREASURE ON THE NIPPON.
The steamer Nippon Maru carries
treasure valued at $448,475 Including $2,
804 In Mexican dollars, $40,000 in gold
coin, $207,000 in gold bullion and $200,
600 in silver bullion. All the gold bul
lion goes to Kobe, $230,000 In silver bul
lion to Bombay and all the Mexican
dollars, gold coin and-$30,400 in silver
bullion to Hong Kong. The shippers
were Wells, Fargo & Co., Yokohama
Specie Bank, Limited, Hong Kong and
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chinese merchants.
ROSECRANS WILL CARRY OIL.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17. The ar
my transport Rosecrans, which has
been purchased from the Government
by the Matson Navigation Company
for $30,000, is to be converted into an
oil burner and will be fitted up as a
tank steamer and used to carry oil be
tween here and Honolulu. With the
increasing use of oil as fuel by ocean
going steamships, the necessity has
arisen for the establishment of fuel oil
depots where coaling stations have
hitherto nourished. The Matson Navi
gation Company has established the
llrst of these depots at Honolulu, nnd
the Rosecrans will be used to keep the
tanks at this depot well filled with li
quid fuel.
MAY YOHE.
NEW YORK, July 23. May Yohe,
whose broken heart has been pretty
well repaired since the family of Put
nam Bradlee Strong made good the
amount which sho says she lost
through over-eonfldenco In the former
Army Captain, spent this morning
packing trunks at her homo In Hast
ings and in the afternoon came to
town, had a talk with her lawyer,
Emanuel Friend, and then disappcur-'d
for the day. She got back to Hastingj
tonight.
All signs point to the speedy depar
ture of Miss Yohe for Japan. She will
not admit that sho is going there. The
steamer Peru leaves San Francises for
Yokohama on August 1st, and the Em
press of India leaves Vancouver on
August 4th. If Miss Yohe decides to
go back to Japan, she will probably
leave on one of these steamers.
Mrs. Strong and the Shattucks left
the Hotel Grosvenor today and went
back to Lenox. From a reliable source
it was learned that $10,000 was the
amount given to Miss Yohe. Strong
has become a remittance man. His
family make him a small allowance on
condition that he keep entirely away
Irom Yohe.
r Hamburg, July 21. Up to
I last night the names of 71
I survivors of those who were
, on board tho steamship Pri
mus of this port when sno
was sunk on Mnndny In a collision on
tho River Elbe with tho tug Hansa had
been received uy tno autnoriues. it
has been ascertained that 112 of the
passengers of the Primus are missing.
FOR THE COMMISSION.
At a special meeting of the Builders'
Exchange last night a committee con
sisting of L. E. Plnkhom, F. J. Am
weg, W. V. Harrlr and President Gart
ley was appointed to draft a memorial
to tho coming senatorial commission,
setting forth tho need of harbor Im
provements, public buildings, etc., In
Hawaii. The Exchange also passed a
resolution declaring the Merchants'
Fair a success and recommending that
a similar fair be held every two years.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Kallhl Residents Want To Fish In tho
Harbor.
The Board of Health yesterday re
ceived a protest from residents of Ka
llhl, against the recent order prohibit
ing them from fishing in harbor wa
ters. The protest, together with one
from E. II. Wodehouse, representing
Sirs. Victoria Ward, was referred to
a committee consisting of Dr. Sloggett
and Dr. Moore, who will confer with
Dr Cofer. As tho health conditions in
the Orient are not much iinp-oved, tho
order preventing llshing is likley to be
continued.
The Medical Examiners reported for
recommendation for license to cractlce
the name of G. W. Clark. The peti
tion of Kaiko for permission to bring
his wife to the Settlement as his ko
kua was denied. Surt. McVeigh re
porting that he was not in need of
help. Beacn road residents complain
ed of a cesspool near the long bridge,
Which they asserted was a menace to
life and health. The matter was re
ferred to the sanitary ofllcer. Dr. Mon-Earra1-.
was granted two months' leavo
of absence with pay and J. I. Shaw
will act In his place during his ab
sence on the Coast.
SETTING ASIDE VERDICTS.
Judge Humphreys Says Why It Is
Done.
The case of dice Kit vs. Lee Lung,
a suit' for $1,000 damages" for assault,
was concluded ye&torday before Judge
Humphreys. In Instructing ;he jurors,
some of whom were on the jury whose
verdict he summarily set aside a few
days age, Judge Humphreys discussed
the question of setting aside Jury ver
dicts. He said that It was very rare
for a court to set aside a verdict on ac
count of error by the jury. The rea
sons for such action might bo In an
error of the court, In giving instruc
tions or In ruling on motions during
the course of th trial.
The jurors returned a verdict award
ing the plaintiff $300.
Judge Robinson yesterday granted a
writ of ne exeat In the case of T.
Ahung vs. Chang Lee Yun ot al. Lee
Yun was arrested to prevent Ills leav
ing on the Nippon Maru. .
AGAINST UNCLE SAM.
A Fusion of European Powers Is
Proposed.
VIENNA, July 23. The Journal Die
Information predicts a fusion of the
dual and triple alliances to meet "iln
American Invasion."
BERLIN, July 22. The Kreuz 7M
tung, dealing with Great Britain's po
sition in the world, maintains that she
is not economically Independent of oth
er nations.
"The colonies," says the Zeltung,
"are rapidly severing themselves from
the mother1 country, which will finally
be absorbed by America, Inasmuch a3
the rise of the United States means
the political and economic downfall of
Great Britain."
LONDON, July 22. Thet&mmltlee of
the Federation ot Master Cotton
spinners' Association of the Southeast
Lancashire announces that the reuent
circular to the trade advising a re luc
tlon of the output In order to meet the
emergency created by America's rais
ing of tho price of cotton has failed to
tecelve the necessary SO per cent of
favorable replies.
The matter will be discussed at the
annual meeting of the Federation to
morrow. If you want to buy or sell anything,
place a classified ad In the Star. Three
lines three times for 25 cents.
AUCTION SALE
OF
ON
Liliha Street.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
That desirable lot of land situated on
Ewa side of Liliha street makal of
Wyllle street, and about opposite the
residence of Mr. J. R. Gait, having a
frontage on Liliha Btreet of about 200
feet and containing an area of about
acres. Rapid Transit cars pass tho
land.
For further particulars and terms
and conditions of sale, enquire of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTIONEER.
Star want ads pay at once.
nhuuFMn
Burglar and
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE FAMOUS
HerringHallMarvin
Safe Co's SAFES
These Safes are considered flie very best
made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our
Hardware Department
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
XvIIMIIMSJD
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
WITH
Because we're saying considerable about It just at present, do
not think it a new thing. Wo have c arried Crystal Spring Butter
a long time and our experience with It teaches us that we cannoj re
commend It too highly. You'll find It just as we say it Is absolutely
reliable and the best In the market.
Some butters are good some month In the year but Crystal Spring
Butter Is best all the time.
Metropolitan
Telephone
Oriental Bazaar
Jtist Received
New Goods
FINE PINA SILKS. Light weight for Summer Wear, alao striped and
plain.
Heavy and Light PONGEE SILKS.
Rich Embroidered LINEN BED SPREADS. ' Grass Linens In the piece
in a variety of colors. Table Linens la the latest patterns.
66-72 King Street, corner of Smith.
that comes with a newly paper
ed house Is worth twice Its cost.
Our
1902
Wall
Papers
are tho most attractive ever
shown In the Islands, and are
well worth your consideration.
They are tasty In design and in
richest patterns. We are always
pleased to talk with you about
prices, etc. Come and see us.
IB I Ml
LIMITED
FORT STREET, - HONOLULU
DO IT N
Firepoof
Safes
Meat Co, , Ltd
Main 45
MEYf TERRITORY RESTAURAHT,
TAM SING. MANAG .
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MEALS 25 CENTS.
MEAL TICKETS. $4.60.
FO .- STREET, Opposite Club Stable,
Leading Furniture
Dealers . . .
KING BETHEL STREETS
Phone 111 Main.
A complete lino of furniture
always on hand, at prices to
suit all.
LINOLEUM,
MATTING,
WINDOW SHADES,
PORCH SHADES.
In several colors.
UPHOLSTERING, REPAIR
ING and HAND POLISHING
done In first class shape.
Ads under "Situations Wanted," In
serted free of charge In the Star.
i i
Hopp & Co
Insert Your
Want Adv't
In the STAR
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