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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 4, 1899
tie Piicilic Gommscioi
. Issued Eveiy Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
Hawaiian gazette company
Von IIo" Block, King Street.
A. W. PEARSON.
Business Manager.
Hi RJULWIT I IB SO8
TIME TABLE
From and After Jan. 1, 1809.
STATIONS Daily Daily
'Oatward) ox.Sa.i. Daily ex, 8 m. liaily 1
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M.. KM
Hononla.. 7:10 ll:l5 3:15 5 1
Pearl City. 8t03 3:4 11:40 3:47 5:5"
ivta Mill.. 8:33 1U:U8 1:00 1:C5 fi:l(
Waiarae... lO:Sf! 4:t
Waialaa 11:55 f:4o
Kafcaku 12;?.2 5:15
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Inward) ex. .Sao. DaWv l;tily l-i!ly
A.M. A.M. P.M r.
KAhuka.... 5:3 2:-
Waialaa.... .... 6:10 -;;5'
WAnfle... 7:10 3:W
JEwa Mill.. 5: VI 7:45 1:05 4:ii
irl City. 6:15 S:0.J 1:3 t:5i:
Honolulu.. 6:t0 2:05 f:2fc
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8operirtendent. den. Pas. Tkt. Aet
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.
By the Government Survey, Puolished
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Barometer corrected to 32 F. and
tea level, and after the 1st of February
lor standard gravity of Lat. 45. This
correction is .06 for Honolulu.
TIDES. SUN AND MOON.
New moon on tne 4th at 5:U3 p. m;
The tides and moon pauses axe giv
en in Standard time. The time of
sun and moon rising and setting being
given for all ports in the group are in
Local time, to which the respective
corrections to standard time applica
ble to each different port should be
made.
The Standard time whistle sounds
t 12h. Om. Os. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which is lh. 30m. p. m. of Hawa
iian Standard time.
SIHPPIHQ ItlTELLICHICE.
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU.
Saturday, September 2.
Stmr. Claudine, Freeman, 26 hrs.
from Hilo: 540 sacks potatoes, 100
sacks corn, 10S bdls. hides, 50 head cat
tle, 50 head hogs, 1 horse, 525 pkgs.
sundries.
Am. schr. Eric, Roos, 22 days from
Port Blakeley: lumber to Oahu B. & L.
Co.
Stmr. Kilauea Hou, Mitchell, 18 hrs.
from Kukaiau: 2,800 bags of sugar to
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Schr. Waialua, Moses, from Hanalei
and Kalihiwai: 300 bags rice.
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Kauai: 2
deck passengers, 4 bars iron.
Br. stmr. Miowera, FA. Henning,
from Victoria and Vancouver, August
25: 274 tons general merchandise, 26
passengers. , ' 1
Br. stmr. Carmarthenshire, C. H.
Burch, from Yokohama, August 19:
3,020 bags rice, 500 bags beans, 3,197
cases pickles, 2,285 packages general
merchandise, 601 Japanese laborers, 5
passengers.
Stmr. Helene, W. Welsbarth, from
Mahukona, Kukuihau, Paahau, Papaa
loa and Ookala: 15,000 bags of sugar,
80 head of cattle, 3 passengers.
Stmr. Mokolii, Dower, from Molokai,
Sept. 1: 9 head cattle 94 hides, 4 pas
sengers. Am. stmr. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, 10
days from Yokohama: pass, and mdse.
to H. Hackfeld & Co.
Stmr. Upolu, Henningsen, 18 hrs.
from Kohala. .
Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, S hrs. from
Kaunakakal.
Sunday, September 3.
Stmr. Kilohana, Thompson, 16 hrs.
from Waimea.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, 10 hrs.
from Nawiliwili.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, 12 hrs.
from Kapaa: 375 bags rice.
Stmr. Iwalani, Gregory, 15 hrs. from
Kukuihaele: 5,507 bags of sugar to
F. A. Schaefer & Co.
' Am. schr-yt. Noma, Weaver, 28 days
from Yokohama.
SAILED FROM HONOLULU.
Saturday, September 2.
Stmr. Waialeale, Green, Kilauea.
Stmr. Keauhou, Mosher, Kauai ports.
Br. stmr. Miowera, Hemming, Colo
nies. Stmr. Mikahala, Thompson, Maka
deli. Sunday, September 3.
Am. schr. Esther Buhne, Anderson,
Port Townsend.
Am. stmr. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, San
Francisco.
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DAT. f o i . , r: 5 i j oo?
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p.m. (a.m. p.m ; a,m. et.-
Hoa. 4 3 19 3.2 y 5ll 9.01 5.41 f l'i'
Toes. 5 y'4i 3.&5 lO.loj 9.41 5.4 b.u! fi.io
Wed. 4 lri 10 31! 10. '-' o.i 6. llj 7.o:
2Mrs 7! 5.0. t 4.4 n.u! li.ty 5 45 ti.u- 7 40
ifrirt. bi 5 4 5 1 1I..5O: 11.50 5.4l 6.0'J
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ISLAND PORTS.
MAHUKONA Arrived. Autr.
schry Helen N. Kimball, II. S. Hansen,
uavs ircm laconm, witn jail cargo
jf lumber to S. C. Wilder Sc Co.. Ltd
jrigt. John D. . Spreckels, E. W. Chris
tiansen, Aug. 1, 12 days from San
Francisco to Hawaii Railway Co., car
go: grain, groceries, machinery and
bricks.
KAHULUI Arrived, Sept. 1, Am
:kt. John Smith. Anderson, from New
castle.
HILO Sailed, Sept. 2. Am. bkt. Ar
cher, Calhoun, San Francisco.
MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail today and
or the next six days are as follows:
ARRIVE.
-teamers From Due
W. G. Hall Kauai Sept. 3
Alam Maui Sept.
viauna Loa Ivona Sept. S
Doric San Francisco Sept. 9
Mokolii Molokai Sept. 9
Lehua Molokai Sept. 9
Claudine Hilo Sept. 9
w. G. Hall Kauai Sept. 10
.vlaiu Mam Sept. 10
Coptic Yokohama Sept. 12
Upolu Kohala Sept. 12
Alameda San Francisco . ...Sept. 13
Mariposa Sydney Sept. 15
Nippon Maru San Francisco .Sept. 19
America Maru Yokohama ...Sept. 19
Rio de Janeiro S. F Sept. 26
DEPART.
steamers for
Mokolii Kaunakakai .. . .
L.ehua Kaunakakai
Maui Maui .
V. G. Hall Kauai
Claudine Hilo
Sails,
. . ,Sept. 4
. . .Sept. 4
. . .Sept.
Sept.
. . .Sept.
. . .Sept.
...Sent.
Australia S. F
oric Yokohama
Mauna Loa Kona
Coptic S. F. . , .
Alameda Sydney
Mariposa S. F
America Maru S. F
Nippon Maru Yokohama .
Rio de Janeiro Yokohama
...Sept. 12
...bept. 12
...Sept. 13
...Sept. 15
...Sept. 19
. . . Sept. 19
. .Sept. 28
PASSENGERS.
Arrived.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr.
Claudine, September 2. Volcano W.
B. Jones, Mrs. J. W. Croxson, W. J.
John, Misses Lizzie Gurney, Clara
CJurney, Ella Dayto, Hva Dayton, May
Weir, Mary Laughlin, Mable Laughlin,
Carrie Howland, Mrs. Mary Graw,
Miss Francis A. Lemmon. Way Ports
ILL. Huston, Geo. F. Deacon, W.
McChesney, Mrs. G. Ruttmann and
child, Wong Yet, wife and 2 children,
Jeo. Catlos, W. Vannatto, J. Vannatto,
R. S. Thurston, Arthur Horner, Mrs.
Mary Brown and child, E. Burke, A.
Enos Jr., E. A. Fraser, A. Enos and
wife, Master J. Enos, Father Mathias,
Mrs. S. A. Green, R. R. Berg, Mrs.
Mary Ailan and girl, W. F. C. Han
son, S. M. Coaukai, Miss E. P. Gay,
F. R. Rosecrans, Miss M. Abbott, Hon.
L. A. Thurston, Master C. Gunn,
Judge G. K. Wilder, Mrs. F. M. Wake
field, L. T. Grant, T. A. Simpson, C.
M. Le Blond, Miss Hattie C. Hapoi,
Miss Sarah Lyman, Clarence Lyman,
Jeo. A. Hapoi, Mrs. J. A. Cruzan, A.
C. Robinson, M. A. Robinson, L. P.
Robinson, Miss L. . Williams, W.
Thompson, Miss E. Moanauli, W. Hy
man, Mrs. Alice Brown, Manl. Luz, S.
P. Woods, R. D. Moller, Ernest Aki
aa, Arthur Akina, Mrs. J. A. Mazorio,
and 7 children, L. A. C. Parish, S.
Achong, C. P. Grinwood and wife,
Misses Lyreh, C. Lyon, Mrs. Kanui Lu
aiaheihei, P. Peck, A. G. Kaulukou,
H. Rice, Misses Bertha Lobenstein,
Estha Lobenstein, A. B. Lobenstein,
C. E. Huston, J. P. Dias, Miss Lydia
Dias, H. Cruzan, Misses E. Rice, Amy
Hill,. R. Chamberlain, A. E. Corder,
Mrs. Tong Ho, C Akona and 3 chil
dren, J. S. McCandtess, H. M. Mott
Smith, M. C. Mott-Smith,W. Wendel,
S. L. K. Kaulukou, D. Morton. Ben
Morton, Mokoli Morton, A. W. Haw-
kinson, A.M. Brown and wife, Mrs. J.
S. Walker, Mrs. W. P. Boyd, Miss K.
Cornwell, Miss G. Macfarlane, and 180
deck.
From Victoria, per stmr. Miowera,
September 2. For Honolulu Misses
Mosser, Sprague, Sears and Gooten, H.
M. Lull, Miss Hardinge, Mrs. Need
ham, Miss Needham, J. Pfatz, F. F.
Davidson, L. Roscoe, Miss A. Bruce,
Mr. and Mrs. Sayres, Miss F. Law-
ence, Mr. and Mrs. Jaques, Miss Car
ter, W. Dickenson, Miss H. Glass, Miss
J. Glass, Mrs. Muir, J. F. Fen-
wick, E. Stewart, J. G. Graham, J.
R. Robertson.
From Yokohama, per stmr. City of
Rio de Janeiro. September 2. For Ho
nolulu S. Minekishi, M. Asakana, G.
D. Clark, C. W. Wing, H. R. Elver
son, F. Williams. For San Francisco
-Cantain R. G. Tate. R.N.. Mrs. W.
G. Dodd, W. Peara Thomas, Mrs.
Thomas, Captain W. J. Russell, Mrs.
Russell, T. R. Smith, F. Narpe, M.
Leopold.
From Waimea, per stmr. Kilohana,
September 3. J. A. Akina, H. M.
Wells, Master Kekahun, Master A.
Abbey.
From Nawiliwili, per stmr. W. G.
Hall, September 3. Judge Chas. Blake,
Sanford Blake. E. A. Moss, N. Bear-
on, J. Spalding, M. Mills, A. Miller,
E. Aiau, J. Logan, H. G. Boswell and
wife, H. Christian, S. Mahelona, E.
Hatfield, G. Kentwell,A. Richards, E.
Deverill. G. Ottman. Chas. Makani, J.
Aka, G. Kamakohi, the Misses M. Mil
ler, K. Christian, M. Lovell, L. Kahei-
makalii, M. Sakuma, M. Kaaloan L.
Charman, M. Jansen, R. Alaiau, E.
Boswell, M. Punohau, Mrs. E. Makio
ka and children, H. Hamano, T. Kel-
ev. P. Deverill, O. H. Wroth, J. Sa
kuma, G. Wella, K. Hanchett, and 59
deck.
From Kukuihaele. per stmr. Iwalani.
Sentember 3. Mr. and Mrs. E. Pierce,
Miss Horner, Master Hardy, Master
Lemke, and 16 deck.
From Kahului and way ports, per
stmr. Maui, September 3. B. K. Kal
wiaea and wife. Miss J. Kawaiaei,
Mrs. H. P. Baldwin and 2 children, W.
H. Camnbell and 3 children, Miss C.
Smith, F. S. Dunn, wire and 2 daugh
ters, Miss Lima, J. B. Alexander, B.
E. Kruger, Masters Bolte (2), J. W. j
Keiki and wife, Miss Drummond, Mrs. I
Allen, Master Allen, A. Kanaliilii, Dr.
von Herff, Mrs. Carley and child, R.
Coan, S. Bowen, N. W. Aluli, T. W.
Gay, Mrs. Ferguson and child, Charley
Healy, J . KirkFand, Miss E. Mtither,
Miss C. Smith, Master Smith; Capt.
H. S. C. Meyer, Miss Meyer, Mrs. Jen
nings, Mrs. H. W. Mist, Miss Freeth,
J.J. Drummond, C. Halvorsen, Chong
Chong and child. Masters Desha (2),
Master D vicht, D. W. Napihaa, C.
Han.-:en and child. Miss Alexander,
Miss Akaian, Rev. S. Kanda. J. W.
Smith, W. J. Lowrie, C. C. Bitting.
Wong Tai Poon, A. Haneberg and
wife, M. McCann and son, and Co deck.
From Ookala, per stmr. Helene, Sep
tember 2. C. Widemann, wife and ser
vant, J. Willcock.
Departed.
For Australia, per stmr. Miowera,
September 2. George Compere, Albert
Koebele.
For Eleele. per stmr. Keauhou, Sep
tember 2. Mrs. Conant, Mrs. Neal,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurkett, Mrs. Ev
ans. For Makaweli, per stmr. Mikahala.
September 2. E. P. Dole, Miss A. Nor
meyer, M. Schlemmer, C. P. Kimberly,
E. G. Conant, Miss Neal, Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Burkett, Mrs. Evans.
1
An Old Resident Dead.
J. H. Brims, one of the oldest resi
dents of these islands, died early this
morning after a short illness, at the
family residence. The deceased has
carried on a cooperage business on
lower Fort street for a number of
years. Besides a wife the late J
H.
Bruns leaves to mourn his loss severa
grown up sons and daughters well
known throughout the islands.
Labor Day Hall.
Everything is in readiness for the La
bor Day ball to be given tonight. The
drillshed has been artistically decor
ated by a corps of workers under Har
ry Zinn. One of the features of the
evening will be a cake-walk, which
will be led by James Post and May
Ashley. The prize cake is a magnifi
cent -work of art, and everybody is
eligible to contest." The music will be
furnished by the Quintette Club. A
cordial welcome awaits everybody who
wishes to attend.
Runaways and 5mashups.
There were three or four runaways
and smash-ups in Palama in the vi
cinity of Dowsett lane Saturday night.
The most serious of these was that of
L. L. McCandless, who was driving in
a brake. This rig was considerably
damaged and Mr. McCandless received
a good shaking-up and several bruises.
BORN.
LINCOLN At Naalehu, Kau, Hawaii,
August 22, 1899, to the wife of L. P.
Lincoln, a daughter.
DIED.
BRUNS In this city, Sept. 4, 1899, J.
H. Bruns, a native of Germany, aged
about 70 years.
At Central Union Church yesterday
morning Rev. Kincaid preached his
first sermon since his vacation. His
subject was "A Present Christ." Rev.
H. A. Cordo occupied the pulpit in the
evening. ,
A. T. Atkinson left by the Rio de
Janeiro for Washington, where he will
confer with the officials in regard to
his recent appointment as superintend
ent of the Hawaiian census.
The baseball game between teams
from E. O. Hall & Son's and T. H. Da
vies & Co. was won by the. latter.
Runs were numerous with errors in
proportion.
The Y. M. C. A. committee confer
ence will take place tomorrow even
ing. ,
NOTICE.
THE FIRM OF A. E. MURPHY &
CO., retiring from the boot and shoe
business, ask for an immediate settle
ment of all outstanding accounts, pre
vious to their being placed in the
hands of a collector.
This is an authorized announcement.
A. E.
MURPHY & CO.,
205 Hotel street.
532S
IV. S. . B. TUCKER.
VOCAL STUDIO.
HIGH SCHOOL GROUNDS, EMMA
Street.
FOUND.
"NEWPORT" BICYCLE, ON KI-
nau street between Miller and Alapai,
with both tires out; owner can have
same by proving- property. Joaquin
Silva, Kinau street. 5328
FOR LEASE.
FIVE ACRES OF LAND AT THE
head of Manoa valley on Government
road; lease for 30 years; suitable for a
country residence. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
No. 310 Fort street.
WANTED.
A YOUNG WOMAN AS HOUSE
maid and waitress; references required.
Apply Advertiser office. 5325
TO LET.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO
let at 351 Beretania street, between
Punchbowl and Alnai st-ets. Inquire.
1324
THE
Favorite
Route
FOR THE
Island
Dcmto
octor Tourists
A Superb Train
Every Day in the Year
VIA THE
UNION PACIFIC.
SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND
TO CHICAGO WITHOUT
CHANGE.
BUFFET SMOKING AND LIBRARY
CARS WITH BARBER SHOP
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
AND OGDFN.
DOUBLE DRAWING ROOM SLEEP
ERS. FREE RECLINING CHAiR CARS.
ORDINARY SLEEPERS.
DINING CARS (A LA CARTE).
ONLY 2 DAYS' TO CHICAGO,
Leaves San Francisco daily at 6 p. m.
Leaves Portland daily at 8 p. m.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Nebraska.
'CHAS. BRBWBK & GOVS
New York Line
Ship 4'St. Katherine" will sail from
New York for Honolulu October 1.
For freight apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO.,
27 Kilby street, Boston,
or CHAS. BREWER & CO., Ltd.,
Honolulu.
Steamer Upolu
Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a
m., touching at Honoipu, Mahukona
Kawaihae and Kona ports, as follows:
LEAVE HONOLULU.
SEPTEMBER 5
SEPTEMBER IP
SEPTEMBER V 2C
OCTOBER
ARRIVE HONOLULU.
SEPTEMBER ' . 1?
EPTEMBER ..." 2?
OCTOBER 4
For freight and passage apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD
AGENTS.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
WHITE MARE WITH BLACK AND
white mane and tail; suitable reward
if returned to
5326 REV. A. V. SOARES.
LEASE FOR SALE.
COTTAGE ON LARGE LOT NEAR
Pauoa Bridge; 11 years to run from
November 1, 1899; price $800; cheaper
than paying rent. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
No. 310 Fort Street.
FOR SALE.
THE STEAMER "KAErA," IN
perfect condition, with chains, anch
ors, etc., complete; carrying capacity
about forty tons. For further partic
ulars Inquire at office of Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., Queen Street.
6250
FOR SALE.
SEVERAL LOTS IN THE KEWALO
Tract, near town, on the installment
plan.
Lots at Kalihl; lots on Young street;
easy terms. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
No. 310 Fort Street.
FOR RENT.
A LARGE HOUSE CENTRALLY
located, suitable for a boarding house
or small hotel, containing 14 rooms
and kitchen, .2 porcelain baths.with hot
and cold water laid, and 2 patent clos
ets; electric light throughout: newly
painted and papered. For further par
ticulars apply to
5325 GEAR, LANSING & CO.
FOR RENT.
! COTTAGE AT WAIKIKI; 4 bed-
rooms, lanal. etc.; possession given
September 15th.
Two cottages near town; 2 bedrooms
each. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
No. 310 Fort Street.
NEW BILL at ORPHEUM THEA
TER tonight
Oceanic Steamship Company;
TIME
The Fin? Passenger Steamera of
This Port as Hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA SEPT. 13
AUSTRALIA SEPT. 27
MARIPOSA OCT. 11
AUSTRALIA OCT. 25
MOANA NOV. 8
AUSTRALIA NOV. 22
ALAEMDA DEC. 6
AUSTRALIA DEC. 20
In COnnfXtlnn With tho ClUInc rf
.. w...u iuv7 jum akcauiits, buu a e -M .
prepared to issue, to intending passenger-, coupon through tickets by ay
idiiructu iruui oaa rxancisco. to ail
New York by any steamship line to
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co
LIMITED
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
acific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
AND
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
DORIC SEPT. 9
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 19
RIO DE JANEIRO SEPT. 26
COPTIC OCT. 6
AMERICA MARU . OCT. 13
CITY OF PEKING OCT. 21
GAELIC OCT. 31
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 8
For general information apply to
1-4. MACKFEL.D &
canadian-australian royal
Mail steamship co.
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY' between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W.. and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fiji), and Brisbane
(Q.), are .
On or about the dates below stated, viz:
FROM VANCOUVER AMD VICTORIA, B.C. j FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE (Q.) AND GUV A
For Suva. Brisbane (Q.) and Sydney: j For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
WARRIMOO SEPT. 29
AOKANGI OCT. 27
MIOWERA NOV. 24
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
The magnificent new service the "Imperial Limited" is now running daily
BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL
Making the run 100 hours without change. The finest Railway service
in the world.
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. i
For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
TTieo. H. Davies & CoM Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
Surreys, Road Carts, Etc.
Also, a new line of
And other carriage supplies.
ALL STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
in: lies.
Sii i eif in
- lips, loin,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
Vtf. W. WRIO
TABLE:
This Line Will Arrive at and Lear
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
AUSTRALIA SEPT. f
MARIPOSA SEPT. li
AUSTRALIA OCT. 1
MOANA OCT. II
AUSTRALIA OCT. 11
ALAMEDA ..NOV. 10
AUSTRALIA NOV. 28
MARIPOSA DEC. 8
AUSTRALIA DEC. 2
V n oKt ctnimaa 4-Vtix A o-an t a I
pc.nts m tne united states, ana iiva
all European Ports.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha!
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
COPTIC SEPT. 12
AMERICA MARU SEPT. 19
CITY OF PEKING SEPT. 29
GAELIC OCT. 7
i HONGKONG MARU ........ OCT. 14
CHINA OHT. S4
DORIC nor ? '
NIPPON MARU NOV! 10
RIO DE JANEIRO NOV. 17
'cd. Agents
X3Zcasroirrj
' AORANGI SEPT. 28
MIOWERA 4. OCT 2f
WARRIMOO NOV. 21
AORANGI DEC. 21
Mauna Ala
A LARGE SHIPMENT
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