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TIIU HAWAIIAN STAR, WII0N1I6UAY, MAY 1, 1&J. Ciadian-Hiistralian Royal Mai STEAMSHIP COMPANY Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN (PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. "H. W., and calling at Victoria, 13, C. Honolulu and Brisbane, Q, Due at Honolulu on or about tho dates bolow stated, viz: FOR AUSTRALIA. WIOWERA MAY 9 UORANGI JUNE C MOAN A JULY 4 FOR VANCOUVER. AORANGI MAY 6 MOANA JUNE MIOWERA r JULY 1 Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both Up and Down Voyages 1 BEQ. H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. HONGKONG MARU APRIL 29 CiTY OF PEKING MAY 7 BORIC MAY 15 KIPPON MARU MAY 23 SIBERIA JUNE 2 COPTIC JUNE 10 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. , NIPPON MARU MAY 1 SIBERIA MAY 9 COPTIC MAY 16 AMERICA MARU MAY 25 KOREA JUNE GAELIC JUNE 12 ffr ffeaeral information apply to Jesse tare A. A. Whiskey UJSCSX on EARX1I OLD g fiGED M'BmtiD win iIn1 from $1,190 to II.T00. Tho ' iPHlnry of jimuim nt tliw ulrl'n whool w left t $l.Wfl. The imy of rim nix nt the rKortnRtory whs Inrrmtsed from , 'turn to W.090. An nnipmlment to the, itPiim affecting the clerk who were np-' , pointed by the I'hlef Juitlce was mig- I IStlC"llt 1 il If illcllllllll'U I. jriut IUCM umv th Chief Justice could order them to I perform such duties ns he might see fit, ' The purpose of this amendment wns to" force the clerks to work outside of the i court rooms, as It wns claimed that they did not do so under tho present conditions. The matter wns flnnlly postponed by referring It to the Attor ney General. Some of the Senators favored the county paying the clerks, while others wanted the Territory to pay them. Important Reasons Why HerringHal!riarvin Safe Co.'s Safes and Locks are the Best ? WE ARE IT1 Cnntnln Hobson savs that his mission I In life is "to educate the people of this ! (.country that they are the greatest peo ple in the world." It needs no lionson ; to tell us that. Ave know it. We have long known it. We are proud of It. And we have not preserved such a silence about our knowledge of the fact as to amaze the civilized world with our phenomenal modesty. Baltimore American. flflaldonado&Co, INC. Spreckels Building, Honolulu II. T. General Export Agents For JESSE MOOHE-HUNT CO San Francisco Cal., and Louis ville Ky. mwMMxwMtrintsrn?, mm mm H. Hackfeld & Co Oceanic Steamship Company. TIME TABIB The fine Passengers Steamers oT this line will arrive at and leave this port u hereunder: . 1 FROM SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA MAY 20 IVENTURA JUNE 10 'ALAMEDA JUNE 19 SIERRA JULY 1 ALAMEDA JULY 10 BONOMA JULY 22 ALAMEDA JULY 31 CENTURA - AUGUST 12 ALAMEDA AUGUST 21 SIERRA SEPTEMBER 2 ALAMEDA SEPTEMBER 11 BONOMA SEPTEMBER 23 ALAMEDA OCTOBER 2 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA JUNE 3 SIERRA JUNE 9 ALAMEDA JUNE 24 SONOMA JUNE 30 ALAMEDA JULY 15 VENTURA JULY 21 ALAMEDA AUGUST 5 SIERRA AUGUST 11 ALAMEDA AUGUST 2G SONOMA SEPTEMBER 1 ALAMEDA SEPTEMBER 1C VENTURA SEPTEMBER 22 ALAMEDA OCTOBER 7 Local Boat. In connection with the sailing of tfce above steamers, the Agenta are ph- pared to issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any ratU'oad rom San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New YorK by Bteamshlp line to all European Ports. For further particulars apply to W. G. Irwin Sl Co. (limited) eaeral AgexiB Oceanic S. S. Company. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. FROM NEW YORK. S. S. ALASKAN, to sail May 15. S. S. CALIFORNIAN to sail about June 10. Freight received at Company's wharf 42d Street, South -Brooklyn, at all times. ' FROM SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. NEVADAN to sail May' 22. . , S. S. NEBRASKAN to sail June 9. and every sixteen days thereafter. Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. 20. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail May 23. S. S. NEVADAN to sail June 9. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA: S. S. OREGONI "i to sail about May 15. (For additional and later shipping see pages 4, 5, or 8.) ARRIVING. Wednesday, May 13. S. S. Nebraskan, Greene, from San Francisco nt 7:30 a. m. Am. ship, Fort George, Gove, 13 days from San Francisco at S a. m. Am. schr. J. H. Lunsman, Johnson, from Laysan Island at 7:30 a. m. Thursday, May 14. clsco, due In afternoon. ' Friday, May 15. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from Lahalna, Maalaea, Kona and Kau ports due early in morning. , S. S. Coptic, Rlnder, from the Orient. due In afternoon. 1 DEPARTING. j Wednesday, May 13. I S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San Francisco at 10 a. m. Friday, May 15. S. S. Doric, Smith, for the Orient, ' piobably sail In afternoon. Saturday, May 1G. S. S. Coptic, Rlnder, for San Fran clsco, probably sail In morning. Time and 'Monej. Sickness causes a loss of both time and money. You lose the time and have the expense o'f med ical attendance, entailing a double loss. This can be avoided by using some re liable remedy at the first stage of the slckpess. The purchase of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy often proves a pro fitable investment, for, by Its use at the first appearance of any unusual looseness of the bowels, a severe .attack of diarrhoea or dysentery may be averted, that might otherwise compel a week's cessation from labor. Every household should have a bottle at hand. It never falls and Is pleasant to take. Get It today. It may save a life. For sale by all dealers, Benson Smith & Co., general agents. John Breuner Co. Furniture and Carpet House of San Francisco. Represented in Honolulu by H. S. RANSON. Mr. Ranson is here with a very large line of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Silk Draperies. Also, photo graphs of a very choice line of fur niture carried by the San Francis'co house. These goods are specially In tended for the consumers of Honolulu. Mr. Ranson specially invites the la dies to call and inspect his line whether former customers of the JOHN BREUNER CO., or not. The location is 1139 Fort street nearly opposite the Club Stables. For KIDNEY TROUBLES and CATARRH of tie BLADDER. Cures all Discharges in; 48 Hours: UlfJJAJ Each capsule Dcwart ft ecv nltrftxtu DEATH WAS AN ACCIDENT. A coroner's Inouest was held yester day on the remains of Ah Hoy, the Chinese who died at the Queen's Hos pital last night. The jury returned a verdict to the effect that Ah Hoy had come to his death from the effects of shock resulting from being run over by electric car No. 2 of the Pacific Heights line, said Ah Hoy being Intoxicated' at the time of the accident. The moter man was exonorated from all blame. l "Mil I If ONCE OWNED THE KOHINOOR. Prince Victor Dhuleep Singh, a dusky Indian prince whose brother-in-law married an American heiress, Is a bankrupt. He found himself unable to live on his Income of $75,000 a year. Among his creditors are various book makers, to whom the prince owes $50, 000. Prince "Juleep" as he is called, is a slender little man, with a thin black mustache and Intensely black hair. He is extremely dusky. He Is or has been a devotee of the turf, and has lived like the prince that he Is. He testified In court that it costs him $80,000 a year to live ,and as that is more than his In come, bankruptcy was Inevitable. The historic diamond, the Kohinoor, which now ornaments the crown of England, was owned by the Prince's father and was looted from him when the British-suppressed a native revolu tion In the Punjab. The Prince claims the British government owes him $3, 000,000 for property seized by Its ngents at the time his father was dethroned, but the government seems unwilling to pay .despite the fact that the little Prince Is now broke and cannot live upon th liberal pension allowed him by the government. The Prince owes half a million dol lars, and as his assets are not $50,000, his creditors are in despair. IN 1. I-Icioltfolcl 0. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Co.. AGENTS. 25C. Pays for a Want Ad in The!Star A BARGAIN WHITES IN THE CONGO. The white population of the Congo state amounted In August last year to 2340 persons. Of these Hbo were Zel glans, 158 Italians, 120 Dutchmen, 108 Portuguese, 105 Swedes, 98 Englishmen, G3 Germons, 55 Frenchmen, 30 Ameri cans, 29 Danes, 25 Luxemburgers, 22 Spaniards, 7 Austrlahs, a Greeks and 8 Norwegians, 21 Swiss ,13 Russians ,10 persons of other nationalities. ON APPROPRIATION BILL. But pure air, pure water and vigorous health. These desirable qualifications have made this locality so popular that 6 more lots have been se'eured, In order to supply the demand for homes. Call and see W. M. Campbell at his office, 1634 Young street. Phone White 2111, ot special agent W..M. Minton, JUDD BUILDING. An Economical Luxury The concrete filling makes these safes absolutely Fire-Proof and positively Damp-Proof. The solid angle corners add greatly to their security In time ot fire, and form the only solid corners m ade. The patent Bolt Work 1' superior to any In use and does not require the c onstant oiling, cleaning, and repair that Is acknowledged in other makes of safes. That although 600,000 of es safes are now In use and many thousands have been tested by some of the most disastrous conflagrations In the United States, THERE IS NOT A SIN GLE INSTANCE ON RECORD WHEREIN ONE OF THEM EVER FAILED TO PRESERVE ITS CONTENTS PER FECTLY. They make safes for county treasurers, county recorders, county cl erks, jewelers, Hotels, residences, churches and corporations. We have a large assortment of safes on ha and 'will be pleased to show same. . . Theo. H. Davies & Co., Hardware Department Some Delicacies In Choice Varieties of CHEESE The following are to be found at our delicacy counter. They are choice goods for those who like good things. Schloss Kase, Sierra Cream Cheese, Neuf chattel Cheese, Oamem bert, Fromage de Brie, 'Fresh Breakfast Cheese, Imported and Dom estic Swiss Cheese, Extra 'Fine LIm burger, Oregon Brick Cream Cheese, Choice Pine Apple and Edam Cheese. Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd Telephone Main 45 BEAVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tea. coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. Contractor and Builder, House riuntoi twalo. Sheridan Street, ner Xing, Honolulu. H 1 IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LIQUORS, anese Provisions. General Merchandise, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. Jap C. 41 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Telephone White 2411, P. O. Box 80. Furniture Our stock of furniture and up holstery goods, was never more complete than at present. Be sides furniture, we have a full assortment of RUGS, SHADES, LINOLEUM, MIRRORS, MAT TING and PORCH SCREENS. We have well equipped UP HOLSTERY, REPAIRING and POLISHING departments. THE LEADERS. Hopp & Co., ITlng and Bethel Streets. Phone Main 111. Twenty-flve cents pays for a Want ad in the Star. A bargain. HAVE YOU NOTICED DURING THE RECENT RAINS THAT NO OTHER THAN OUR PAINT STOPS LEAKS. WE FINISH THE JOBS THAT OTHERS COMMENCE. DON'T TRIFLE WITH YOUR CONVICTIONS BUT ACKNOWLEDGE THAT OURS IS THE BEST. IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE BUSINESS WITH US BEFORE AND WOULD WISH FOR TESTIMONIALS, PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOW ING BUILDINGS CAN FURNISH TH EM. . . Alexander Young Bullclixag;; C2oltl!SA li5ti llcJ Ixxjjj, Honolulu Brewery Jlclixijcr, C. Brewer i Co.'s Btilldlne, Stangenwald XSviIIcIIxtllc, Club Sta.lles Buliaing;, New Morgue J3uilcll'tag: And Many Others. For Furtner i- i t t- o. ou Appiycu -t eeriess jrreservmg xramt kjv. Apply Senate Resume's Consideration of the Eighteen Months Measure. At the afternoon session of the Senate yesterday, the consideration of tne eighteen months appropriation measure was resumed. The pay of the quar termaster of the National Guard was Increased from $1,800 to $2,!i30. On mo tion of Senator McCandless an item of $4,500 to pay the men of the National Guard while In camp under the United States militia law, was' Inserted. On motion of Senator "Vllcox various Items of the educational appropriation division were reconsidered. The salary of the teachers at the Industrial school IE Is a good, wholesome beer. It I j fL 0 I In a luxury to the taste, but not g to the pocketbook especially so I if It is I IS Rich and poor alike enjoy Its R B line flavor. It Is a good beverage 1 j I to serve to your guests. I rainier eon IIS, ' H AGENTS FOR HAWAII. i PHONE WHITE 1331 1 1 H t r. nnx bit. 1 1 -J! mm - . , Want ads In Star cost nut 25 cents. No. 30 I E Iannis CHAMPION. Former Price $8.75 to close out $6.00. F. H. Ayres Former Prince $10.50 to close out $7.00 This is a rare opportunity to get art- extra good Racket for less than is paid fo: an ordinary one. 1 .IULUM1 HULL UUUi 156 HOTEL STREET Honolulu Iron Works. STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS AND LEA" CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmlthlng. Job Work Exe cuted on Short Notice. W. G. IRIIN & CO. AGENTS FOR Western Sugar Refining Co., San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel phia, Fa. Newell Universal Mill Co. Manufactur ers of National Cane Shredder, Ne York, N. Y. Parafflne Pal..t Company San Francisco Cal. Ohlandt & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sor Francisco, Cal.